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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 27, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition Edited for Hie Deme VOL XXXIV FIVE CENTS PER COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE AND MASON CITY REPORT MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPT 27 DAILY TIMES IOWA WEATHER Mostly cloudy tonight and flay Probably rain in portion Warmer n west portion Wednesday HUNT VNIXBD PRESS AND HTOJBRNATIONAL NEWS N07S02 cores of Lives Believed Property Loss Expected to Reach Millions in Record Flood LONDOX Sept of lives are believed to have been los In Alpina floods which inundated th of Liechtenstein tha eas era section of Switzerland and th uppor Trentino Italy after tremend cus rains over tho weekend Especially affected are those va teys whose waters join tha Rhin above lake Constance while the uppe Rhine Itsolf is amazingly swollen anc the lake Is 15 feet above normal The actual total fatalities are un known and cannot be reliably com piited until ths communications brok en by the flood ara restored Downpours Subside Latest reports say tho situation ihiprovinig somewhat the downpours beginning to subside A sudden drop In temperature In the mountain re Sions has checked ths melting ot tlv show which largely contributed to the floods Liechtenstein which with an area ot 6S square miles is one ot the small est prlncipalilles in the world was almost overwhelmed by the Jnunria worst feature of tha flood in that region was the collapse of a foot concrete dam on tho Liech tensteinSwiss border allowing the of the Rhine to sweep ovei the tnw principality v fcro under several yet ofwaterand Eome ot ths Inhabl tants caught by the rushfns torrent before they could escape to themoun tainsides are believed to have per ished Ths Lelchtenstein government has appealed to Ha neighbors lor quick aid Will Ro Millions Ths property damage there will run Into ths millions Tens of thousands ofcattle were drowned Many places known the world over as tourist resorts have shared in the suttering notably in the uppor Engadlne region of Switzerland There has been much damage nt St Morltz Pontreslna and Innsburclt where the gas and electric lighting systems are paralyzed nnd bridges washed away Train service on some railroads has stopped and on others Is being diverted around the flood region The authorities everywhere are tnk Ine energelio relief measures mobil izing troopn nnd boatmen to carry help to tho distressed NEW BOARD MEMBER Anxiety Increases Over Fate of German Flyer BASRA Sept tlcty increasing here over the fate ft Lieut Otto Goennecke German aviator and his two companions who were dua to arrive here Saturday night from Angora Turkey Inquir ies for news of the flyers hnvo been lent out In nil directions Roy A Young above Minneapolis ias just been appointed a member ho federal reserve board by Presl uent Coolldgo to succeed D R Cris singer resigned Young is governor of the federal reserve bank at Minne ipolis Blue Auto Is New Clue to Automobile Said to Have Been Seen Day Wealthy Doctor Was Killed HAMMOXTOX N Sept blue sedan which is alleged o have sped out Into the road near vhcre Dr A AVilliam Lilliendahl re ired physician was alain on Sept 15 oday claimed Hie attention of inves igators oC the killing The car was said by the authorities o answer the description of one owned y TVjllis Beach Vlnekind poultry aiser and a friend of the Lilliendahls vho Is free on as a ma erial witness Jt was reported to ave boon seen shortly before noon ho the killing by three men rom Pa The three who were described by uthorities ns a business man his haiiffeur and a friend were driving owards Hammonlon they told police Frank JTarrold chief of Atlantic Uity said tiie three men IM Kliown Beachs automobile ml wouJdalso face were uestionrd by William Hudson chief f police of Vineland Beach nd Mrs Jjillicndahl reside Hudson earned of their story Sunday when icy talked to a detective nt the scene f tlie slaying Party Leaders in State Have Plans in Shape for Delegation DES MOIXES Sept turn from the east of Edwin T Mere dith presidential possibility at the entJ of the week will flnft his friends n the democratic party in Iowa ten atively organized to carry out his leas for n state delegation to the next democratic national convention composed of men nnd women favor ngr a dry candidate closely allied with a farm relief program Since the recent announcement ot William G McAdoo that he will not e n party candidate for tho presi dential office friends of Otr Mere dith have been quietly perfecting an organization In Iowa Their campaign plan is awaiting his Approval Tho Meredith followers seek the of such party leaders as Claude R porter a former party can iidate for States senator barley Sheldon of Ames Charles Husj on former mayor of Cedar Bapids F McConnell of Bloomfleld S lilt and Harry 13vans ot Des Mollies Mr Meredith probably will n the city for R week after bis re urn and then go Legion Salutes Unknown Soldier of France I iIS KILLING Dubuque Man Burned to Death in Building DUBUQUE Sept Harry Fjptcher 66 a gardener was burned to death last night when he was trapped in R burning building hy a fire caused by a gasoline explosion found that three dogs had perished with him AUNT HET By Robert Quillen A oujalil o have a few babies if only in cfp from sjxiiJin Jicr husband with so much KILLING GIRL Youth Says Shotgun Was Discharged While Two Children Played YOniv Sept A startling development In the Investi gation ot the murder ot Tyearold An Bclina Constanzo developed in the ar rest torlny of William Saltarelll 10 year old who was ualrt hy police to have confessed killing the girl with a shotgun Binggio Arsenlo C2 Tvaa arrested after Angelinas body had been discov ered and was held in homicide court for a further hearing Police said Saltarelli told them that he had knocked over tho shot gun while playing In the Constanzo apart j ment and that It was discharged while the muzzlo pointed toward the girl Will Rogers Says BEVERLY HILLS Sept 27 Jim Heed lays prohibition will not ho the Issue with the democrats and usual Jim is right How arc you gjDing to make nn issue of it Tho drys want it in HIP constitution and its in there The want a drink and they sot it Ho whats all Hie argument iliout CopyrlRlit fans on Connects Barrett With Slaying Wife and Her Sister ST Sept nnounced today that Art Wicky lanson brot hero today from Chicago ad confessed that he killed James arrett here last month after the itter had slain Mrs her istcr Hanson arrested jn a raid In Chica o Jaat week was returned to St Paul nder heavy guard this morning nnd romptly questioned by authorities here Tiieir announcement that he had confessed waa made at noon Ilia confession police said waa that he drove the car In which he nnd Bar rett went to the iattera homo In a fashionable residential district here the night ot Aug S but did not know Barrett planned to kill his wife nnd Lillian Kooser here sister Jljiuson claimed he ahot Barrett In selfdefense after they iiat fled from tha lattors home nnd ho connected BanBit with a series ot murders In tlie St Paul underworld and the slay ing of two policemen here lii Febru ary IMG Mason City GlobeGazette Offers a Guide to Correct Speech and Writing Which Is correct I acquired a habit or I contracted a habit They both look nllke or they look alike They fought with one another or they fought ftmong one another Tlie reason is obvious or the rea son Is apparent Tills is an actual fact or this IB a fact i I am stopping with friends or I am staying with friends Tha expressions above are used every day Check those you be lieve correct and then send for The Word Book and see how ac curate your knowledge of words Is This booklet deals with words we mispronounce words we misspell and words we misuse It is a con cise guide to correct speech and writing and should be In every home school and office Use the coupon Frederic T Hnsltin Director Tho Mason Oily GlobeGruefic Infoi illation Bureau D C Tcnclofle Herewith SIX KXTS in stamps or coin for a copy of lie WORD Xnme Street Stain 5 tlier leaders ot tho A K F nro shown at the tomU ot Hm Vnlmown Arr rteTriom L M n Boldle Veht 71 who marched undnr the Court Says Alleged Criminal Must Be Tried by Jury OMAHA Sept 27 Uphold ing tha right of a person to trial by Coolidge to Discuss Philippine Questions With Native Delegation WASHINGTON Sept Deflnlto announcement was made at tha white house today that President Coolidga would receive Manuel Quezon president of the Philippine senate and other Fhlllplnos who had asked for a conference here thru resident Commissioner to discuss Insular matters jury when criminal acts1 nre Involved Federal Judge Woodtough has ruled that portion of the prohibition act which allows personal Injunctions to bo unconstilutionai Tiie opinion given yesterday wan In inswer to a petition filed last August which charged Fred Cunningham of Scolts Eiiiff witli five offenses against the prohibition lawa involvl ng transportation possession nnd soliciting of orders for whisky A personal injunction was nslced which would havo made it possible Cor I 1ody of Montgomery Judge to send Cunningham to Jail05 va3 lnS riuc downward for contempt of court nt any time tlia 1anlc ot Willow creek under he leapt or carried iny liquor i viaduct it First street southwest Judge YVocdroiigh held tiint the nt hout 1 oclock p m The ot trial by jury i Fourth Child Born to Wife of Mussolini Italian Dictator Will Be Baptized Romano Tomorrow Sept 27 Donna Mussolini of tile Italian premier gave birth to a son today at her homo tho Villa Cnrnena near F orli The boy will be baptised Romano to morrow at a ceremony in the church at Carpena Mother and child are both doing well Premier Mussolini arrived at Cnr penn yesterday In Anticipation of the ovent Pope Is Pleased AHho tho Premier had expressed desire that no special should occur on the birth of bin child rejoicing was shown at tlie evenl turnout Italy nnd many dispalehes friends and admirers have been ent lo the premier and his wife con aining good wishes for little Kornauo King Victor upon being notified by the premier of tiie birth sent bis congratulations to Ills cousin which Is tile relationship icriutred by Mussolini thru his decora tion with the order ot the highest decoration In Italy Pops Pius being informed bv Cardinal Gaspare oC the event ex pressed his pleasure o news bat Donna Rachele Guldi Mussolini was to become a mother foi the fourth time was not generallj known until a few weeks ago Villa Carpena near the mices birthplace was closed so tightly to TURN TO PAGE President Hopes Some Good May Come From Admirals Published Article WASHINGTON Sept CoolidRB lias found some jfiod criticism in the current maga Ine article of Hoar Admiral Thomas Mnpruder but does not asree with conclusion that tho navy is over is assured by ho constitution and hat an injunc tion relatingsolely to the commission of personal acts and not affecting pro WOODROUGH RULING DOES NOT APPLY IN DISTRICT COURTS The ruling of Judge WooilroiiRh applies only to cases in tho federal court and will hnve no hcarinpr on Iho district court cases in Ccrrn Gordo or other Iowa counties ac cording to County Attorney Jloe1 Thompson who has used tlie In junction weapon with agrpresive ness to curb the activities of liquor violators Our supremo court has held that a man found Kiiilty for con tempt of court in violation ot n Ikiuor Injunction can bo sent to Jail but not to tho penitentiary bnslnn Jiis opinion on the provision ot the Iowa statute similar to the one from which Judge WoDdrough based his said Mr Thompson Tho Iowa supreme court held however that a man to be sent to the penitentiary must be tried by a jury discovery was made by MOme school i I A bottlo containinga small amount i of denatured alcohol was found ncar body Mr Allen a blacksmith living near tho viaduct said lhat he saw Mr Montgomery cutting thru his yard about oclock p ni Mnmlny Is supposed Unit tho man died jKoinniinio during Monday night Mr Montgomery was released from j Ilia jail Saturday night where lie had been placed to sober up Thn dead man hart Ijppn employed wns said at tlie white house that the presidents chief desire is to build up a navy lo tho needs of tho nation u ml not to reduce expenditures but to money appropriated In tho most efficient way lie nalil to lie without Inforiua iion as to whether Ilm navy actually is over officered but believes It well lo have plenty of officers on hand In view of the length or time required to train It was said that Mr Oonlldse not consider that maintenance of n Largo staff of officers In AVasiiington IM or luuih consMiueiKB nnlijas they livo nothing to do AH to ihe polnlM raised1by Admiral MiiKiiiIei in his Kaiiirdny Krening Post irticlc thn nresKlont was repre sented as some of Ilm nffi i suggestions would be helpful jn increasing thp efficiency of I Ho navy that others were worthy of in lie also was said lo ht or the opinion the article was written hy Dr C W fady veterinarian off a sincere desire lo improvecon and on for several years Ko hart In Ihe navy and ho ivonM he era brothers at Tewell Junction r nil j gratified resulted from Us Ihe body will be taken to that plnee Dr 13 coroner Is making For a while after Admiral Mag aUcmnta to coinmunlcnte with article was published it The body was taken ml Meyer mortuary to ILsriplmcd Weather Man Announces There Is No Danger for Present Sept of cloudy weatlier tonighl nd tomorrow foljmvpd by higher tern eraturen remove any danger to Iowa orn from a litllng frost dining thp ext few days 1P governmenl wither forecast era said today The danger ot frost In over Cnrl t fieed chief of the declared Light MIIOVV that melted as It fell repoiled yeslerday sit Sioux Pity Arnolds Park and I In varden Tcmpmiilmon were nnd cold rains were general iiiruont Iowa Hie minimum were Hi desreea lit Fort ami 17 al In Cold ViijiK MfdillvwiKf KANKAS IMTV fippt VVill Ilia first general frost snapping it ho seilion of tiie impel M Mysterious Telephone Call Asks Probe of Murder NKW von 1C Kept Tiffany vice president of the Air AVays said today that ho tnd his were llioroly larmert toneerning the disappear ance of Richard 1 Reynolds youthful president of the company and tllst the case iiad been placed in the hands of a private detertive ngcncy We did not feel any concern about n absence of Mr he said a MUileiiient until Ihe Monday Mowing our plane Reynolds 21yearold son of the lat K J Reynolds millionaire tohayco and mn of five heirs to the KeynoiVls estate dis ipeared Ihe morning of Sept Ifi y liflorr a uolds passenger plann ashed In XPVV Jersey wllli a loss of seven lives The fJicl that Mi Reynolds aVilo tnohlle was found in the ths Tiffany staumeni was not virliiMilfirly disliirljinK as we thot it lad proluibly stolen Had Itioiiin Kuengements Wiien we did imi hear from him it lie beginning of the week bark and finind that lie hart lot kepi any of his veelFMid appoint ments We lincMmri llioroly alarmed Thpso failM Mr Tieynolds Rtopfalher 1 Kdrvard Johnson of who cam to Xew York with w U Hubiier of Balllnnjie trustee of Mr Tteynoldt caUite They rtcciflcd to hire a detective agency Mr JSeynolds absence will not operations of tho Ainvaya but we shall of course temporarily hoid up our plans for f CAR IN WATER J XEW YORK Sept expenslvo limousine retriever from ha waters of Island pound n Mysterious telephonerail to police and ho Btory of a Broadway nipti Vliih insteas fruiilfd dotectlves today in lieir srnich for Richard J Reynold IlTRX TO ivo lhat starled Sunday Ilm Hoiky torlnv s t ened grip on mildl Thernionulers slood In Ihirties in Keverjil western stair today following heavy frosts ye in the and northern sola Aliho anow flurries were reporter Ka nnd u lamnge was caused to late snow louej perty is deprivation of liberty in vio lation of the constitution According to the opinion the de fendant denies that any jndfre has he power to try him upon an accusation and asserts his Immunity under article III constitution or tho United States the of all crimes except In cases of Impeachment shall bo by I To my the opinion reads j tho matter does not nrtmlt of flrfcu linetit or debate If Oils defendant n bad reputation a bootlegger let the matter bo Inquired Into a chnrge formulated and a jury of his peers called together But the bill ihcriulty tho it is based upon i section of an net of congress calls upon the Judge to do that thing which Iho constitution Iliat any JudAO shall over do to rv a person for crime and dcprive him if hla liber ty without n Jury lirared that lie might IIK Tor failure lo submit It lo Keerelary j today supported for lieforeiiand hut yeslenlay mlMlewest lhat Would mounuiln was announced at the navy with return of rm nient that would he no flfsrinj eather probably J linnry nctlon about Life Sentence Likely to Be Meted Out to C R Murderer CEDAR RAPID sept plea of guilty and accpptanco of a Messner Bookkeeper Arrested for Calling Firemen From Nearby Department ust cant do murli wny It helped p op Chiefs at Reservation Pledge Aid in Finding Murderer Kept r skill and mining of famous were ialled upon liinB today lo assist in thn search for llrnijfnnl Il Indian alleged slayer of sheriff liarn Afler lie posses bad fallal lo rind llradfoid who Is Hot tA hiding in Hie riicscd wilderness of Big Hear Hollow in one corner of the Indiana inn here K T Mann Indian Tiperiul endeiH ailed thi thiefs InKollier a nri nslert their aid lo Im plen chiefs ipnlttKmnft Inld the wliite men that they disapproved of his that hr Iiad aiTaiKerf and I hey would di all iliey could l liflp captllrp liim Tin lay several India on iniil lo Hig Hollow among Ihem Ileiuy CiLaylinir AVinncUnco scoul is jealous of its fire depart1 Buffalo mont A dairy office eaught fire last night and the bookkeeper Henry Datler tried lo summon thp Blasdell depart ment hut found It had no telephone wntcnco by Mcssner 14 he called Ihe Lnoka year old high sclirui youth Indicted department which responded for the slaying of Kathleen AHerlhe fire had been Is expected when ho Is given formal hearing Monday Yesterday Messner entered a plea of not guilty fitter Judge John T Mof fitt Iiad overruled a demurrer to nf Police that the bookkeeper bad first degree murder iniliclnient and ulhorify to summon the out of motion to have tho chnrge construed company first degree murder I a j the police arrested on a charge of turning In a false alarm hut this charge hiter was changed to malicious mischief It Is tiie conien A henriiiK was pot nllornoys expressed Tho bill should bo dismissed and It s so laity votingMoxsnoi exchange for Oct n and tlie heller Ilial woultf pleini guilty In abandonment by The of Insistence on the death pen ftllniaii al Ilviiionlli PLYMOUTH Kept HH man of Mason Oily preached Sunday morning In the nhsinjp of the rtpv ifialbrotli who was at Cedar Falls at tending the annual conference The Local Weather American Boot Sugar corporation weather for 24 hour period ending at S m Tuesday IS 37 Maximum Minim urn H a in Tlie wind Inrnril direct north TuosiJiiy morning j indtcatiiig t Ibis cold wiive is Kohix la continue i lime I iiili rell houi s I omewhat a Ihcir plants during ilm nighl hut Hie temperature did not go near the free point altlio the vind was rolii POOR PA By Claude Callan My llinsl nn Illltrii r his lias liirrfl   

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