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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 10, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS NK Final Edition Edited for Hie llotnc IOWA WEATHER rarity cloudy to cloudy tonight Tuesday unsettled at times warmer in south and central portions tonlsHt cooler tonight in northwest ana nurtli centra portions AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES VOL XXXV ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA UNITED PitKSd AND XJITVS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 1 JAILED FOR MURDER Supreme Court Cancels Irs Teapot Lease Will Rogers CaFies Troops Believed to Have Put Down Most of Rebels Oct advices o tho Nogales IFrrald oday report the oxeculion jinar Jaliipn stale of Vent Cruz of General Paulino Fontea fninipr director oC lie national railways of Alrxko together with riffeen his followers All wero accused of fiimenlini rebellion MHXICO CITY Oct Mexicos revolt launched as a nation wide uprising entered UK second week today with only one rebel band ot oonj nonce In tho field ami that hunted thru tho hills of Aera Cruz hy over1 wbehniiiK federal forces Francisco Serrano and many of iiis supporters have been captured executed undei President Calles campaign for stern suppression of the Insurrection Hon Arnulfo named as the otber chief in tha yevolt with Oen Hoctor AlmniUi and their little army of nnt mori3 than men are pur Buing what the government declares is a forlorn hope Avoid Decisive Bttftle and Almada have ma jieuvered their slender forces cleverly avoiding decisive battle with tha nu merous federal reports eay them Military men say It is possible they nay prolong their activities for months dividing their followers Into Sjsrnall bands which can evade pursuil in the wildmountainous country of Tera Cruz Others believe GonieK and Almada are seeking to Breach tho coast and thus escape Icav jr their followers to disperse i military liere Jand tHo depaititre of former President L Obregon for his horns In Sonora have convinced in the capital that the revolt has to all purposes ended Small groups of armed men In other states have increases their activities taking advantage the withdrawal oC federal troops tor tha operations against the GomeKAlmada army Intt it is stated that are moro prop erly classed as bandits than rebels One band of i0 is reported to have sacked the town of San in FuebU state Another in Hidalgo state is said to carried off the payroll tho payroll or the Tepcji cotton mills sacked several stores and fled to the mountains be fore the arrival of tho troops Four Generals Hunted Four generals oE division havo been fadded to tho list of those wanted by the government as Insurrectionists Ttiey nra JVuis Tacinto Tro vino Oaareo Castro and Francisco jbosio Robelo Anioimr those arrested in tho jjov ornmcnts campaign for the apprc i henslon of those allowedly implicated In outhreafc are Dr Antonion Her rejon JjOpetf director of tbe Mexico j city hospital and five others re I ported to havo been active in support Ins neneral in bis picsidential u Puebla ndvices say ron Cordoba has been caplmed an a rebel iy Orders fruconfiscation of ihe piop erty ot Oomez and Almada have been Issued tho newspapers say whili similar orders in the rases of other j rebels are pipparid Oct This is to my friend Arthur Bris bane Xow Arthur here 1s the proposi tion You keep saying Coolitlge wont run I have always said he wonld jSTot because he wanted to but because he has to Xow I am not Sor a moment conceited enough to think my opinion is as good as yours on any subject but you writ ers crtn write one way and believe another but no man beta ono way and Jjelieves another the only way to back an opinion Is by some deeds or some money not ui editorial Ho 1 will bet you that he runs no ifs about it 1 bet he runs you bet IIB doesnt the winner to give the to charity perferably to form a society for the advance ment of political knowledge Yours ROGERS P S Have Hearst endorse check Tliero is pueh a thiiiR as a man becoming land and property poor Another P S This whole thing Is not any Joker either When a comedian bets its a serious business Dsage Resident Back From Trip to Norway J OSAGH Oct Tjitrs Kidness re uiHMl Satinday from sjiending tho summer in bis old home in Norway 3lis sister Miss InRcleiv Kiducss came homo with him this being her first trip to America AUNT HET By Robert Qnillcn niv IVilks wis rc air I cliiiiLiiti Hit Ullllc dlllll dfiy MII Siiliinliiv it nfHHln it or Scott Evades Sentence by Ending Life Alleged Murderer Who Had Escaped Noose 7 Times Hangs Self in Cell CHICAGO tlie morgue where they had taken him a simplo eulogy was spoken over Rus sell Scott yesterday by the wife who for three years worked to save him from tbe court sentence to be hang ed hy tha neck until Tho poor were her only words for Scott wlio took his own life by hanging in his jail cell Satuidny nibt Tiie suicide of Russell Soott on the eve of a new effort to snve him from death for a murder three years ago had not been hinted nt before Mrs Scott said In a letter he a week ago Scott spoke feelingly ot his earlier married life and their happi ness together In closing he wrote Please pet down on your knees and ask for my Scoff Seemed Cluerful In her visit with Scott a few hours before his body was found Mrs Scott said her husband seemed more cheer ful and they made plans for re establishing a home for their three children Russell In death bad become toclfiy a subject of interest to many who had evidenced no interest in him alive Coroner Oscar Wolff said he had recoivcd many from ali enists and schools of univer sities for tlie brain of Kcott so that they might seek tlie secret iliat made Scott a then a killer Tlie reriuests probMbly all will lie de nied tiie coroner Indimtod Tbe body j which was found from a I made ot SdHls bell probubly will he tmiied over to his widow 01 iiis father for burial in city in which be touched Hie peak of respectability and promotional suc cess with bis bridge project Got SiH From Fnllier riurinpr bis years of imprisonment years in which he escaped tbe noose seven bns had two untiring j wife and his father Only a few hours before Scott look his own life ihpro came to the jail a money or cler for JlS from the larg est single contribution he had yet been able to make to his son Mrs Scotts labors in her behalf have been continuous and have includci public appearances anfl a public lo nblalu funds for Scotts warfare Miglif Havo Won Chicago Oct Richard nonr serving a life sentence for the murder of Bobby Franks had made bis bet with a newspaper report er that neither he Bernard Grant nor Russell Scott convicted of murder would die on the callows be might have been richer today Conversing with tlie reporter n his coll one day wbilp his own fate was in ricmbt asked What otlds will you Kive me that neither firanl Srolt innmyself jjoes to be pnljows Id hf willinc to bet yon TOO to the ivporteinllxwcTCd I not he ibli In pay if I lost said Ihe mrit er Kilt lie have won irant was to dcntli by a rcll male anil iKcotl lianiiod himself in his iMl Sat Caddy Missing From Noted Course Fear Boy Was Murdered CHICAGO Oct mys tery of tho golt links agitated Chi cagos police minds today as search wna continued for Teddy Franks missing 15 year old caddy The names of Skofcie a few years ago Gene Snrnzon captured the national open Sunset Ridgirind BoboTjinU clubs ran thinout the mys tery Tha Franks boy was reported miss ins after he had been threatened by an older caddy nt Skokie who resented the Intrusion when Franks who usual ly carried bags for players at Suiisst Ridge was hrot over to Skokie by a player who wished his services in practicing for Illinois senior cham pionship Planned o Kim Away Tlie police todny received a report that young Franks bad been seen in Chicago bo bad intended to go to Texas to caddy In a tournament munIng away from linnie tn lighten the hnidPii of his mother who working to send him to school Arthur Gumbo Orsi J7 year old Slvukie caddy was hooked for uttering tlireats after he had been held two days liy county highway police Skokie club members furnished bond and bo was released It you dont keep away from here j youll youvsolf down irttlio bis jhole at Orsl ivas said by two fellow caddies to have told Franks Orsi was arrested and taken to teobuLink There he said Take me over lo the hii pond and f think Ill be able tn show you where be Tulire 1mul At l ho a clayholu fHl feet deep however Mis Franks heeanii WASHINGTON Oct P r 10 Ap Tlle Sl1 prcme court lodny set nside Harry F Sincliuvs lease on flic Irnpol tjoine naval oil reserve in Wyoming The coiitLs opinion in Ihe cuse whiph nrguccl bcfoto Ihc sum mer rrcess road by T u jne j orK Associalo Jnslico linllnr fl1Bhl uis Ue in the Us PlTpCl WHS lo alldonne Losles and Jirix I firm Incision ol I lie e tlf Ulc MghUi einniil eouiL Flyers Expect to Make Senegal City on First Jump j UOl KGluT Fiance Oct A by bad weather Iron I tbe IViiistiiXcu OlIDlC Tluy off at uYlock hupI line Ihe and l lnalc Hl i Irnclon Ihe ground avviy id nnd crjss the hollh Niunl on ihe const anil to Ibe sibuvc The ronrt holil hat the tonpot domes IOLIKC irn cniitfollcct Itstc ilctLsion in tlie liu hrol iJohony involving Robbers Enter Thru Front Window Break Safe Suspect Held One nf the largest robberies history or Mnunn Cily occurred late Sal inday niyht or early Sunday imnn iiK Ilio Goods store imercd and robbed of he iwiiii nnd in and and cnfll am a checkup Monday iimniing slmwid wnriii merchandise mainly nf hosiery riinl slufs was The rnltbcry was mil inoil un til I nVInck M m snmlay uiien Rnh erf lIiili a n employ it Ihc inmi to ibe the wiiim tile f mpty tinSIHC into MhciL at Jtio laneivu j i umltry fancier her alliRCil admirer hnvr been held in jail j a miim if svoi Ttiplane In at 1 X on warrants istrs lias sevoval ibaryinic mnnlcr in wilbj Suspect Is llilil bio IOUK distunci flisbts tiitallins 1 UK dcinli Mrs hus h0 WO miles ivith various i band Dr A MillKini 1C m if I i I ruse easily aflir a run ot 1 SIII1 ards tired ml X V irrlcd UH 1kld twice ilis1 iisyi HARRY F siNOiAtu m1 uLty DC liunds from Iho Sinclnir interests in connect ion with the loasmK1 Illslice tlie ridio thit ill wai Butler declared the evidence showed us a faithless and i I 1x C r C1 wh llil thai tlie company WKimrml in Now York purchase oil nnt C which the A nf 1 11 1 S O Q S S 1 O 11 Iv iT LT bond transaction arose was for no legitimate aviators uilli French noMbles wnvedl Ulmi i h The Teapot Dome lenso made by Fall was demninced by tbe court as larewell tn the mm whose s having been hy fraud and corruption rxpccied for an S VlCWS Lcail lo hii imvn The dccisiiin ends tlie civil litigation the niival oil innil sravioo C p he rilled in LIVI the tv Ill I 7IIII tiiiumti iif nrt 1 carries abftu t Toil of newspapers nnd mail including twn small pack uses addressed d presiiUmt de Alvcurj Oct 111 liiipnlar r iir sriMiunal stni i ii Emmetsburg Resident Found 111 Health Death of Mother 1 thot if t told you where you find him youd let mo he pleaded Tbo police used liooKy Inn faited to find a body They planned to Ovsi afrain today but 3 Laird said be doubled whether Orsi was involved In I bo Franks boys May Have Keen Slain Police who were at first skeptical of a murder theory started their search after mure than 11 down other caddies ihe hoys mother and Severn I others Teddy was one ot tlie most popular caddies working tho Skukic JHobo link and Sunset 3 Jo re reived larger than many of the other boys be police were told which may have aroused jealousy a certain element of tiie caddies Hanging From Top of Cell Door Quam laborer banned himself in tho county jail sometime after midnight just a short time after be been on rin intoxication Caused Suicide of A Nelson Belief S A Oct the death of bis nniilier and his own ill health are believed tn have caused tho suicido hero Sunday Anton Nelson 40 hunter ami lKniTint smallscale farmer charge Lho prisoner was fauud irom tbe top ot the cell dimr hy tho took his life with a revcilvcr sheriff this viien lie went to the prisoner liis Qnam tied nnc end of a towel round his neck niil hail attached the oilier to tbe tup of tbe cell door in Ibe evening Qnam had been warned to oit tin sneels due tn bis condition lioivevrr heattemplcd to en and his body was round slumped in a Kobeits immediately notified JJi Ken ncdy wlio made a brief anil called Coroner William K Ijmti ind Sheriff U U lin came here from Mason ity nt unci which parked in front oC tile homo of InnitiL Alter this attempt was nb three Inurths oC the pianos were taken for Ihe first uiv hi ad biua as recline 11 iil nilisl in lb incut is Ir tltit yiviii iinlv to 11 J3 fthe ih Alter Death of Minne v SOta lOUth Aliiiu tin r tbt snrb a lilltiv ill bis rum proposals ii An effort was made hy tint officers McMaclaii airaiuniil IJ n Anilersrm i Sa t nn a manslii i niui a half biothir oC the dead man who I was bmiml in1 hiinsc is for nrvtr LfIitty court hctr Mis ii A jn 11 ij inn iinii Xolsnil is said to have relatives in Meni I ppear Infore tin jury i tlini inn Inosday mnrniliu j Slrttfs Two Injured in Plane PAPER SAYS PIRATES ARE SOLD TO WENTZ FOR THREE MILLION f yesterday Kane pilot escaped with slight bruises YCtKIv Ocl Xow York Kvcninj Unit riarnoy HrryftLss has sold lie Iitts ImrKli Iirafcs d Lew Oliltillnma oil magnate Tlir for tlie PiHs burKh liascball Mode was said Nelson a bachelor lived by himI idd wilb Dm MnldLnhiiuer maibinr J ill self on a tract of land lie I injuring tile buy auri his ninlhrr inn r ii niisid cliickcns had a garden liapppil MoldeiHianer is si in in ihe hospital inin hunted nnd did ippair woii nn Kims luro but iL is slic ill ilnpis fur lit is nlleed t Oct persons were killed yesterday when 1 their automobile was struck by an j easthound Milwaukee passenger train j at n blind crossing a mile west of here The dead are Bert Hider 22 of Si Sourney Michael Woltring 21 and his brotlier 21 The automobile a pcdan ivan de molislieri nnd lodged under the driver derailing tlie irnin Tbe bodies cairicd more than 100 yards were badly mangled A cur obstructs the view up the tracks at flic and tbe auto mobile was beinK driven at a rain of speed accoiilins I tivi chil dren lilaine Johnson Ifi and bis sister Doiis 13 who were eyo Neilhcr the iunibe nerr were held cuni nor ban not indicated whciher an woiild be held The Local Weather who wis with in was an be a ivdunlion if the taxpsi held u lie KiMini jury Sll1lttllnt Ll I tiif from TlltX TO iACI Id violated a slate law whirl the j fni spocd nf to 2 miles voar of i Iliom at inuiscctions there isjihc ivi of lOU lrpt of Iln I crossing in each Vmerlcan Beet Sugar corpori weather figures for M hour endinfi at S a m Sunday leg Ol llCI1 proposnd ilMllSj u jSeventh Victim Is II 07 At 8 a for hiiur period ending at f a m i Monday Mavimnm Minimnii ili Balkan States Feel Five Earthquake Shocks in tbe heels of snooks Sal In P T Howard P bavage Is D J r AT 1 Fakcn From Wreckage Heceived by Monarch nJJii I Oct Ol WiSCOnSin MlllS nnlionnl f imaii I rfir ol Ibe Aimrira n amf hi 10 AP Crnslied and innnulcil b linn tbe body of the seventh viciim ni ancl Al R m in and nMicr Indian of tbc Balkans sbnnk this mwn i f K MHidcnlly here IliplJiis morning the collapse of Allcnd Slirinr neen In the j others Tlie pomilation pauie i or Mm last three days ha turned to did not dare reenter homes j f south l whirh v ni I Ii to In IlkSliriln run vinl inn held tlKii POOR PA PiV Clliiudc Callfin MM siiys Mini iiiiiiis In siimil MI nlliii IUVrr cuinrs ul llisl sinknows niir suns ill linllli   

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