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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 4, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition Edited for the Ifomc AND MASON CITY VOL XXXIV STVTS CENTS PER COPI ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORT DAILY TIMES IOWA WEATHER Increasing vloudiness probably lot lowed by showers in west and central portions tonight nnd Wednesday nnd In extreme east portion Wednesday cooler Wednesday In northwest por tion MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY OCT 4 1927 UNITED PKESa AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS RRANO Confessed Cedar Rapids t Slayer Hears Verdict Unmoved CEDAR RAPIDS Oct Three weeks ago today Lyle Messner 14 year old junior high school youth took the lite of Kathleen Forrest C by suffocating her following a crim inal attack Today he begins serving a life sentence at hardlaborin Fort Madison state prison in expiation of the crime Xo trace of emotion was displayed by the youth whenDistrict Judge John T Moffitt before whom ho had changed his plea from not guilty to guilty lato yesterday condemned him to life imprisonment at the completion of the hearing to determine punish mcnt Young Jlessner following his cap ture at Rock Island confessed that on tho night of Sept IS he took the littlegirl into the basement of a vacant liousa next door home here attacked her and then held his hand o vernier face until he heard her Ho then thrust tho body Into a niche In the cellar wall and fled he said not knowing he had killed her Kathleens body was found tie next morning and suspicion was directed at Lyle who been seen in the vacant house Ho had disappeared however and was not arrested until four days later when he appeared in Rock Is land He was returned here after making a partial confession A com plete confession was gained here In which Lyle declared I dont see how T could have done such a horrible i Defense counsel agreed to abandon a plan to seek ah insanity verdict and accept n ifo term for Xyle when the state dropped Its insistence on the death penalty JOKESTERS KILLED WHEN THEY SELECT WRONG PRANK VICTIM CHICAGO Oct slice maker who couldnt fnfce a jofce U belnfj heltl while police investi gate the latal stabbing of two jokesicrs in his little repair shop lost ulRhf William Hiiiz 37 nnd Charles SirovatlMi 27 nro dend Telling loiterers nearby to watch tha lun tlio two entered Uie shoo shop of Joseph Znlenita posing ns officers come tja arrest him on charges of manufacturing alcohol They askcrt foe hush the shoemaker told police Tlioso outside tho shop awaiting he outcome of the joke Baw a snddonScufflo and then Hinz nnd ShmatliR staggered from the shop ami fell dead from knife wounds ZalenUa was arrested CfiFEPATRONS Police Hunt Girl Who Pulled Wild West Stunt in Chicago CHICAGO Oct woman burst Into the Huron restaurant on North Clark street lost night ouenei fire with a revolver wounded men diners nnd then knocking over tables and chairs in her path walked out a back door hailed a cab and driven away Police are looking for Miss Max Ino Allen 2S They believe it she who fired the shots aiming at George Bingenberger a former Ringenberger dived under a table as she entered and was unhurt Har ry Woods a diner fell with a bullet In the abdomen and may die Henri Icckar was shot thru the chin Ringcnbeiger spent the night ria Ing about with one of the poHce squads looking for the woman Ha said he wanted police protection until Miss Allen Is arrested Radio Should Be Used for President Urges Moral De velopment as Well as Mechanical WASHINGTON Oct dio having become a great influence in the world needs to be raised into the realm of beneflcient public serv so that it will promote friend ship and understanding rather tlraii ill will and dissension among nations President Coolidge declared today In an address opening the international radiotelegraph conference Liko every invention which In creases the power of man he said ra dio may be used for good or for evil and hecommended to the conference tile setting aside eo far as possible ot CGctlonal needs so that A broad co operative jjollcy for tho good of all nations using this method of com munication may be adopted Need Moral Development Too The world will not be benefltted by this increase In tho scope of Its pow Jifr Coolidge told the delegates Unless there is corresponding In creasein moral development Your main object will be to raise tills great Industry into the realm of benoflclent public Holding that radio has great prom ise of bringingenlightenmeixt to the dark places ot tho the president declared tho industry rneeds national and International control to tho end that there may most perfect order and the largest possible uniformity in its use and Altho he considered radios main weakness to he Its inability to pro duce permanent records for future consideration the president declared t holds great promise of spreading information to remote sections because ho cost of its installation and main tenance was small in comparison with hat of other methods of commuuica ion Schlee and Brock Are Back in Detroit DETROIT Oct F Schlee and William S Brock who hopped off from Harbor Grace N Aug 7 on a globe circlingflight which was abandoned atTokyo re turned home today They landed In their plane Prido of Detroit at Ford airport at 3 oclock this afternoon completing a hop from St Louis AUNT HET By Robert Quillen J3iiy aint got much religion He just goes around lookin an talidn pious so lie cnn cut a big figure in tlio church with out payin PRESIDENT LAUDS WORK OF RED CROSS Claim Secretary Would Boost Boulder Bill to Gain Support WASHJIsGTOK Oct tical gossip concerning tho republican presidential nomination next year came to the forefront In the national capital simultaneously with confer ences tho partys national commit teb on tho 1828 conventions plans The opinions and reports on t the presidential outlook in tha how ever did not emanate from the mem bers of the national committtee Chairman William M Butler who Germain Plane Heads for Azores on Flight to TjireeMotored Junkers HydroPlane in Command of Frederick LooseActress May Be Pas sender onboard Air Liner NORDERNET Germany Oct new to span the Atlantic ocean by air began today with the departure of the D1230 a threemotored Junkers hydroairplane for tho United States by way of the Azores The piano in command of Frederick Loose one of the crew ot tho Junkers plane Bcemen during the unsuccessful transAtlantic attempt in August took off at p in after a start ot about 150 yards and headed in a westerly direction with the Azores as its destination Tie greatest secrecy surrounded tho final preparations for the hopoff tnd it was impossible to learn whether Lily Viennese actress was on board ns had been reported Only tho members of the crew and the backers of the entf prise were permitted in the airdrome and on tho pierfrom which the pilottrtook boats for the E1230 anchorage The plane altho bound for the Azores may land at Vigo Spain or Lis bon and then later proceed to Harbor Grace Newfoundland had called the committee together de clined to comment on whether he re garded President Coolidges statement of I do not chooso to run as def initely excluding him from the pres idential field In the prognostications and opinions on tho candidate the names of Hoover and Hushes pre dominated Report Political Meeting a dozen committeemen yes terday Mr Butler listed three more party loaders to conCer to day Tho conferences liava to deal with canvassing the partys af fairs and discussing the possibilities Cor the convention city Mr Butler announced that he would continue the conferences all this week A report of a political traj3o In volvingSecretary Hoover was a sen sational feature of one politicians views on tho presidential outlook Chairman Madden ot the house appro priations committee revealing It said the report had reached him that Mr Hoover had agreed to support the Boulder Canyon dam bill In return for a promise by Senator Johnson of California for that states vote in the convention The secretary declined to comment but his friends recalled lie had en dofsed Lho SwingJohnson Boulder Dam bilr at the last congress before the presidents noted statement Hughes Hoover in Two Pennsylvaniaus former Gov ernor Sproul and Senator Reed both agreed tho president had eliminated and mentioned Hughes nnd Hoover as possessing considerable strength in their state Among the cities being considered or the convention were Minneapolis Chicago Cleveland Detroit Kansas City San Francisco Philadelphia At antic City Miami York San Antonio and Memphis No decision Will bo made Butler announced untfl tho committee meets In December The plane D1230 which took oft on an attempt to opon the Atlantic east to west is a thrccsmotored hydroairplane Originally a 12 passenger Junkers plane it was remodeled and equipped with pontoons at Norderney The route was planned to take the plane by way of Vigo Spain to the From tho Azores the plane will go to either Newfoundland or Her muda and thence to the United States Izaak Waltonites Demand Board Prevent Building of Power Plant DES MOINES Oct zens of Fort Dodge and the Izaak Walton league today entered tho fight against tho granting of a state permit to allow a Cedar Rapids power com pany to erect p dam and power plant on tho Des Molnea river near Italo at a meeting hold of conservation WASHINGTON Oct voting hia speech last night before ihe annual meeting ot thoAmerican Red Cross almost exclusively to the recent Mississippi valley flood Presi dent Coolidge declared that wo pro pose to solve the problem ot flood control so thaFsuch a situation may never again have to be In the he added we shall advance our system ot inland This was the extent of which the president discussed future mental policy with regard to the flood problem He made no direct reference to probable congressional action and avoided specific predictions as to what should bo done New Lessons Out of the affliction and suffering caused by tho Mississippi flood Mr Coolldgo believes new lessons of san itation and health have been learned so that the catastrophe may prove a blessing In The land ot the flooded area he add ed has been enriched by deposits of river mud tho farmers have been sup plied with a better quality of seed and their buildings havebscn replaced with new structures than the old These will he declared Complimenting thosti most actively concerned with relief for tho flood suf ferers the president mentioned specif ically theservices of Secretary Hoover James Fciser acting chair man of the Red Cross and Major Gen ral luclwin chief ot army onpjineors The story In one ot tho fine chap TITON TO PAGE IT Exchange Bank of Walker Is Closed TTALKER Oct State bank here railed to open ts doors today when the directors ordered It closed to protect depositors Withdrawals have been steady it was said since the Walker Savings hank tho only other bank here closed duringtho summer A reorganization IB expected The brinks capital was surplus Wade Begins Federal Court in Council Bluffs BLUFFS Oct Judge Martin J opened the Oc tober term of the federal court hero to day with a number ft criminal cases appearing first on the docket Tiie other officers ol the court are in at tendance Will Rogers FIRST NATIONS t STUDIOS BURBANK Oct our papers quote n sarcastic from a British paper about our Legion boysT visit to London say ing weve had enough of this Yan kee flnff waving Now that was only ono paper said that Thats like England saying Americas form of government is all cock pyrd just because they had mad in the papers where t had said It was Yours WILL ROGERS P S T will feel theres some thins missing when I visit Ten nessee next time Monkey business might have gained Governor Poay national prominence lut a real human being made him three times governor of Tennessee with the state board here State Senator Cavanaush ot Fort Dodffe a member of thu Tzaalc Walton leagife representing citizens of Fort Dodge made a vigorous plea that tho board confer with the state executive council nnd ladgo a protest against the granting of the permit on conservation grounds Polution from wastes of the pro posed power plant Senator Cava naugh said would destroy fish life below the dam and make the water inflt for other USCE Harry Blier secretary of the league 3rand Junction lodged a protest on Ihe part of the league and citizens of Boone who say that tho flam would limit tho supply ot water there Dr Henry Albert etato health com missJoner was called into the meeting1 and offered tho assistance of hia de partmont in fighting pollution oiS streams Ho declared tiiat the state Piggly Wiggly Stock Is Total Loss in Early Morning Blaze Oct twostory brick occupied by the Piggly WiSSy storo here was destroyed by firo early this mcrnlng No estimate of the loss has been made altho it is certain loss of the building anti stock will run into several thousand dollars Tho fire which started at about oclock last night was discov ered by Paul Grandgeorge Janitor who was sleeping in the storo build ing He gave the alarm and the entire firo department equipment ivas brot out to fight the flames which were not brot under control until about 3 oclock this morning Tho stock in tho basement ruined and that on the first floor was damaged by snaoko ant water Apart ments on the second floor wers like wise burned together with their con ents Thefiro started In the basement of ho buildingIn the furnaco room Tho oss to the building owned by S B Mathlas Is partly covered Visits in Nora Springs NORA SPRINGS Oct department was about to take Richard Lever of Osago visited over trome measures against industrial weekend with her aunt Mrs Dr companies In many parts or the state who have made a practice of dumping untreaLed in lowvi streams Mexico Asks Big Sum for Families of Kleins Slayers SPPJNGFII3LD Oct been made on the United States by tho Mexican govern inent for to Indemnify the families of Bernardo Roa and Roberlj Torrez convicted murderers of Dep uty Warden Peter Klein of the Illi mis penitentiaiT Governor Len SmaJJ was advised here today by the Unllid States claimsagent Torrez was hanged but Roa Is at largr Birney at Nora Springs Ilnin Stops Silo Fllllm GOODKLL Oct rain again has stopped the silo filling and tho roiil work the new grade wes of town being almost Impossible Two Business Places m Goodell Are Robbed Oct garage and a drug store wero broken Into here last night and a email quantity of prop erty From the garage the thieves got a tire severalinncr tubes some tools and clothing In the drug store they got several fountain pens and some candy Officers hero have no clews to the robberies except a footprint seen in tho drug store Burnt matches were found in each place which tho thlevns had usod to light their way around Man Arnsierl ST LOUIS Oct William fiievers was sentenced by Federal Tudgo Farls Monday to three months in jail nnd fined upon Ms plea of guilty to interstate transportation of thn TunncyDompficy fight pictures Last summer ho admitted bringing Lhe DemnscyShnrkey fight films Into Missouri and was rined SHOO Inas miioh ns ho pleaded guilty to the sec ond offense lie cannot appeal from tho unexpected Imprisonment EXCLUSIVELY FOR OUR READERS The very first printing of the corrected uptodate map ot Europe showing old and new boundaries old and new spellings and latest data on cities areas populations coinage debts transportation com munications has been ob tained for readers of this news paper thru our Washington In formation service It has taken the geographers survcjors and map makers norno time to make this map complete and correct It is now Issued with tho assurance that postal author ities travel agencies business houses and educational authorities have agreed on the map of Europe as It has been altered by the War and subsequent events and deci sions Tho first full color printing on heavy paper 21 by 28 inches now off the presses ot the worlds larg est map printing plant Is ready for our readers at tho nominal post age and handling cost of ten cents Use this coupon Frederic J Ifankln Director Tho Mason City GlobeGazette Informntlon Washington D C T enclose herewith TEN fENTS hi stamps or coin for a of ho NEW MA utmora Street City State Sheriff Forced to Run Gauntlet of Strike Sympathizers DES MOINGS Oct opening of negotiations between Iowa coal miners anil mine operators ia the problem of the operators In the belief of Joe Morris president of District 13 United Mine Workers Mr Morris today his home at Albld awaiting on expected new proposal from tho operators associa tion The operators on the other hanil still had as tho objective of their meet ing here an agreement on a new offer to bo presented to the miners for set tlement of the wngo dispute which has kept most of Iowas union mines closed since April 1 What progress the operators made at their session yesterday could not be learned but they were still consider ing various pinns for settlement todar These plans it was believed hinged largely on n settlement similar to that effected in Illinois Snturdiiy ST Oct county hotbed Ohios mino difficulties since the gen eral suspension of operations last April 1 has become the center of now disturbances Sheriff C C Hardesty however reported the situation wel in hand after tho latest outbreak Disorders hroko out at three mines At Rherif Hardesty and his deputies were threat encd with violence at the Provident a nonunion laborer was beaten and stoned and at the Florence mlno some 50 union pickets who refused to abandon their positions were arrested Tho sheriff said that he and his threo deputies were forced to run gauntlet of men and women union sympathizers ns they wero es corting 30 nonunion workmen to the Webb mine near Sbadyside Wanted Ifen Helenscd Xo one was seriously hurt and no ono attempted Sheriff Hardesty said Tho crowd demanded release of 31 of tiielr number includ ing W T Roberts secretary ot Sub District No 5 United Mino Workers of America Adolpho Pacifico viae president and Ettore Del Guzzo in ternational orgnnizer Tho 11 union men had been given a hearing earlier In tho day at Steubenville on charges ot violating tho federal court Injunc tion restraining them from Interfering with operation of nonunion mines und after they haft been released oni bond they returned To Jail as a pro test against persecution to await their arraignment in federal court Anonunion workman whose name was not learned was Iwaten and stoned by severalmen at the Provident mine near St OlalrsvlMo deputies said Harry and John IrUjrosky irero to the county jail ii cimrgrs of assault with Intent to kill 50 Men A treated Deputy sheriffs United States mar shals union pickets had an endur ance contest thruout the afternoon and night at the Florence mine near Martins Ferry and aome 60 union sympathizers wero arrested charged with violating tho federal Injunction restraining them from interferingwith operations of mines with nonunion men Several hundred union men stood in lino awaiting their turn to take tip the battle The arrests however consisted only of the formality of tnklng names Union sympathizers staged a dem onstration at tho Moonshine mine near resulted In re fusal of 30 nonunion men jto report for work Two men were shot in a similar demonstration there two months ago LOCAL BASEBALL ENTHUSIASTS CAN SEE WORLD SERIES Mason city baseball fans wlH bo able to witness a play by ntay EiucDUnt or the world sories if they Imt watch the miniature diamond bung on tho front of the Globe Gazetto office A leased wiro from tho diamond will bring n plnjby play account of the games to tho operator of the local diamond By a system of he posl tiou of OOTh player Is shown Tho first game will be played Wednesday afternoon beginning at oclock Iowa time Not a single piny that the Tun tcees or Pirates mny mnlio will be ELECTION PLANS Peking Faces New Drive by Shans Forces Late Alliance of Provincial Governor Menaces Chinese City PEKING Oct march on Peking from tho northwest contin uefl today Cavalry attached to Yen HslShans Shansi province army was reported to be approaching tho cit of Sutinlnvnfu which baa been nvacu ated by Marshal Chang TsoLlns Mukdenltes Suanhwafu is Sf iniics from Pelting on the Any doubt as to the alliance of Yen HsiShan military governor ofEhans nroijucu with tlio liominehun Komlntang ban been removed as hi troops raised the Ifoumlntang flag over the towns occupied Chihll province during their advance on Knlgan Tho Koumlncbun la peoples army headed the national by Feng Yu llsiang formerly known ns tho Chris tian Tho Komintang ia the political body of the southern Chinese or nationalists who cro fighting igalnst Chang Poking gov Chlneso reports say Yen HslShan was reluctant to clash Chang TsoLIn but that his hand was forced it n conference at TaiYuanfu on Sept M at which his subordinates support ed the envoys of Feng YuHslang and Tung nationalist comman ier in demandingan antiMtikdeti Minneapolis Banker Sworn In as Successor to Crissinger WASJ11XC1TONT Oct A Young of MInmvipolis was desig nated today by President CoolUlgo as governor of the federal reserve board Selection of Mr as gover nor was announced a few hours after ho had been sworti in aa a member of he hoard Ho formerly was governor of the Minneapolis Federal Reserve bank As governor of tho reserve board ho suc ceeds D R Crlsslnger of Ohio who resigned recently Cable Communications Between U S and Mexico Censored BULLETIN MEXICO CITY Ocl Francisco Ser rano one of the alleged lead ers of the revolt against the Mexican to gther with 13 of his followers lias been captured summarily onurt martialled and executed BULLETIN GAliVESTON Texas Oct A censorship of all communica tion hotween Mexico and tho UnSteil States was put into effect Monday by tho Mexican government the Galvci ton cable office announced today Thn supervision oC messases covers those filed hoth wnys Advices that Hie censorship was in effect eami from lie Mexico lily Telephone lanes Out LAREDO Oct tor tho safety of several San Antonio business men who uccomiianlea by tho counsel general Mexico Alt janilro Carrlllo left for Monterey yesterday to attend the inauguration of Governor Aaron Saens was ex pressed hero today when telephone officials announced that Hnus with Monterey were out oC order nnd re ports of tltolr arrival in that city were lacking Adding anxiety to thu situation the regular passenger train from Mexico CJty to the eral houra behJInu scheJufc A censorship situation New Methodist Pastor at Nora Springs Arrives NORA SPRINGS Oct Rov Crumb new M K minister reached Nora Springs Saturday and preached Sunday morning and evening lie comes here from Laporte City Ills wife and Swo children arc expected to come today HERB PENNOCK STAR YANKEEMOUNDSMAN JN PRACTICE PITTSBURGH Oct 4 Ponnock sjnr Tanltoo south paw ruptured blood VCHSC in his left leg today Vhcn he struck by a lino drivn during practice at Forbes Field The ball hit him just above the knee T5r Schocll ot Kt Petersburg a Yankee fan who wns nearby m examined said the injury may not keep Pennock out of the series Pennock who has lost orbrs series pump Iind Roriinlimis unless on hy Miller Hugglns Yankee man into shelter The Local Weather In Moxico is reported to havebeen placed by the federal government Tourists arrivinghere today by auto mohilo from thn Interior reported they wero closely searched in Ncuvo Laredo II Women Arrested NOG ALES Oct ports to tho Nopales Herald today said hat police of Mexico City yesterday took into custody 29 socially prom nent citizens among them 12 women on charges of being implicated in the movement there Possession of arms nnd ammunition also was charged against them Ten of tho women wore freed last night but the remaining 3D persons vcro held incommunicado and without wnds Tho police charge them with having icon leaders of the national liberators irmy a semireligious oiitlroclectlon arty the reports said Revolt Is Sprcadiim MEXICO crrr Oct Mexicos latest revolt assumed noiv iRniflcanco today with admission by resident Csillcs that troops not onlj irtinlcil In tho capital but also nt oneon in tho state or Coahulln vlth an attempted outbreak at Vcra Crux The movempni is larccl by tho president to bo hcruhv by Gen Francisco Serrano nnd Arnulfo Gomez preslileniial candi dates and opponents of the rceloution program of former President Obregnn wlioui they of dominating tho present government and desiring u perpetuate his rule of Mexico Torrcnn Revolt Put Down President Calies claims that the Tnr rton revolt allegedly ordered by Gen Serrano was put down afteia tlirc hour battle AH trio rebellious officers were cap tured and the soldiers constituting n battalion wero disarmed and are lie ing courtninrtiallcd TheAttempted risingnf two vetl PACK M American Sipar corporation weather figures for 24 hour period onding at R a Tuesday Slnxinuim Mhilmtmi 35 At 8 n m W Rainfall 12 The thermom eter sank again last night nnd went almost to the front line It wont bo Ifing now until the frosl will be on the pumpkin and the the tat tor are brot POOR PA By Claude Callan When our daughter Bet ty calls TDC a good sport I know shes gcttiii ready for run to lot her do somr thin she   

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