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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 11, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER Unsettled this afternoon mostly fair tonight and Wednesday colder tonight frost if sky is clear AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES NORTH IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition Edited for the Home VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPT ASSOCIATED PKESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY OCT UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 2 IS AGAIN gro Maniac PLANE IS PUT Seek Release for Woman Willis Beach Two Pleaded Not Guilty to Slaying Trial Is Set for Nov 28 MAYS LANDING N Oct ivere tmderstood today to be contemplating habeas corpus proceedings for the release of Mrs Murgnret Lilliendalil and Willis Beach her alleged admirer who are in the county jail awaiting trial on charges of having murdered the Wom ans husband Dr A William Lillief dahl Their release on bail denied yes terdiiy by Supreme Court Justice Liiithor A Carnpbejl after they had pleaded guilty to slaying tha elderly physician who was shot to death Sept 15 while motoring with his wife on a Icynely road near Hammonton Trial of the defendants was set for Nov 2S Justice Campbells decision came as a shock to the 42yearolct widow who lias maintained that tha doctor was killed by two negro robbers Charac terizing her imprisonment as an out rage she asserted that the authori ties bad followed the easier course ol trying to fasten the guilt on two In nocent They ahould he looking for the two negroes I saw kill my she lidded Tlie result ot this injustice is that Mr Beajli and I lose out liberty and our friends are forced to spend one time reported within 10 miles of I money so wa can fight for our lives Renewed Drive on Peking Is Delayed by Rout of Shansi Troops PEKING Oct reeeivofl today from sfivenil sources confined advices iicre thnt the northern forces have recap tured Shin ChiiiCliivnug IliO miles vnithvvcst of Pelting apparently cuttiiiR nff the Shnnsi troops who hart north ward from that city J PEKING Oct general offensive launched against the Shnnsi province troops by Chang TsoLins Slanchurians ivaa progressing suc cessfully today a spokesman for tlie northern armies I announced He claimed tho capture of Shnnsi soldiers stated that the Man jchurians were malting their chief pffort along tlie Peking railway where they had recaptured Tinpcbow cul ting off the Shfmsi forces previously jTiovins on Paotingfu Tlirea Shansi regimenls were dls Brsand and their cavalry badly shat tered he claimed A Shansi brigadier general and fix regimental command ers were killed Tlio Shansi under Military Governor yen 1lsiKhan recently drive iVpon Peking Striking from wo directions they wero at LAYIN BED Nebraska Woman Feared Somebody Else Would Get Him ON EVE OF OCEAN FLIGHT capital from the northwest The Ankuochun asserted that to consoii and exhaust the Shansi prolonging the siptith Peking on raVrra y to It s rap t u re claimed lastweek by the Shan but never confirmed Tlie dispatch Indicates that they ave been thrown back 40 I Instead of trying to break my story the state should try to find the ne roes Owing to police must employ detectives to find theslayers even tho I am in Jolin Newark a MUlScase investigator who has been rotalned by the Lilllenaaht defense amplified the widows statement My ho said sup ports Sirs IJlliendalils statement as to the death of Dr We will be ablo to prove she is Innocent There is no reason for disbelieving her story that her husband was killed by two negroes or two men whn look erf like negroes Tho prosecution is to have 1 big FAIRBURY Oct A warrant charging Mrs Alice Har vey 46 with tho murder of her bus bund J B Harvey while ho lay asleep in his bed at a last Wednesday was by County At torney A J JDenny today following a written confession by the widow morning Jealousy and fear that another woirfan would get was tho mo tive for the alleged murder Mrs Har vey wrote Ienny told tho Associated Press Killed While Asleep Slie arose shortly shortly before a Wednesda3r procured her husbands revolver and pressing it against his head fired The first pull of the trigger failed to discharge the shell and Mrs Harvey fired again this time sending a bullet thru her husbands brain The confession further recited that for several years Mrs Harvey had en tertained a jealous disposition against her husband Immediately following the shooting she screamed and Mtss Dorothy Gil bert a school girl living with the Har veys came In Neighbors hearing the screams also came Jn nnd fount Harveys body In bed1 with the re volver iayins near Ilia shoulder Oct President coolldge feels that tax re iHnction in tho next session of con IgreEP Phonic be considerably less than Jl Tlio f figure lins been the chamber com 11 Wares of tho United States I Altho no definilo estimate could be today at tlie white as to how far the president thinks tax t to jlow lar i can iconvinced tiif MEXICOAGASN resident Routs Rebels Leaving Obregon Only Candidate Miss Kiith Elder 33 of Lakeanrl nnil Georco HaUlemau lire expecting to fale off lain this afternoon their proposed nonstop flij in Pnris Tlio tako off is to be made from Roosevelt field Ij I The backers of tho firl flyer hnva tried unsuccessfully to iHssunflc her from attempting the flight Confession A corners jury conducted an In 15 it vvas said ho at because oC inneased governmental exponso and tho n port frr reduction of the rintionnl ilrbt thr figures be considerably short of Altho the war IK over it is only paid for it vrns wnkl on bchnir of tho prcsutent who ft was nddfrl fools that nrjcrnnizntEons sorklnpr Inx rrlief chonlcl bend their offorts towards ro duclrtjr governmental expanses in bin tnx reduction can be had only hy the strictest economy In tha presklehts opinion it was re Iterated tlie debt should continue lo be paid ns onfckly ns iiossible It la now nnd the holds tt necessarily in a prnnt hnrcVn on tho country on neooflnL of the in tevcRt Cedar Rapids Man Is Sentenced for Driving Car Which Killed Two CKDAII Oct Fred Drafahl on trial tor manslaugh ter is thn driver oC the automobile in which Iwo men wcro killed several months JIRO pleaded RiiiHy today to chnrgcs of drivinpr an auKntiohilp intoxicated nnd driving wllhoul ho owners consent and wni sen tenced to ono year at harfl labor at tlio Fort Madison penitentiary on each charge Thesentences nre not to run con currently The trial which started ypHterday ended abruptly nt noon after a ron enco between County Attorney Waltrr T Harngrovpr Judge John T nnd Sid Alilner attorney or Drafaiit Barngrover agreed to with 1raw tho manslaughter ciinrpe If would plend Kliilly to the ofh On Mii DrrAfiilil was driving an nutoinobilo whicll crnshrd into a bridge on tlr east of hero killingCarl Hiniili and Joe Mc Donnell vestlgntlon the death described by Tvfra Harvey as suicide and concludefl that the former Rode Island railroad mart camo to hia death by n gunshot wonnii nt tho hands ol a party or parties A sruard was then placed about the Harvey homo where the widow was confined This morning Denny and others asked by Denny to help in tlie in vestigation went to question Mrs Harvey a half hours grilling she broke down nnd signed a confes pion She was placed In the county Jnil to await arraignment Announce Oirls Hirfh Oct ami Mrs William Bohnscn lire thn parents oC 3baby born Thursday mi AUNT HET By Robert Quillen iIJrothQr Ben go I fv on ho licnd wlicn lie was young nil Pa tlirovvrd iL up lo mo otuio vvlicii lie mad lnil 1 pfnvc him hnsh for ciphl days an iic ninl rlonc il GREEN RESENTS 3RD PARTY PLEA lowans Will Hear Cals Farmers Day Speech on Thursday on Radio Chain Oct President Coolidpro will be heard in Iowa Thursday afternoon between 2 and 3 oclock when station WOO here will be a part of the onain of station which will broadcast the farmers day program at the CnrneRie Institute Pittsburgh The president will be the principaJ speaker Labor Federation Plans Fight on Injunction Authority LOS Oct suggestion that American union labor project a third political party in fur thpranco of its flffht the court Injunction drew the vigorous crossfire oc President William Green of the American federation ot labor at Its national convention today Max S Hayes of Clevelaiid fannerlabor candidate for vice dent in 100 made n plea for the formation or ft third political party advocated a convention of liberals farmers ami trade unionists which would demonstrate to thei old Sine bosses that tlify do not own tho workers bods soul and He ftrpued In favor of Tilling tlic jails in order to brine tho court in junction issue squarely fceforc tlie people Hayes is a member of the Intelna tional typographical union Four Men Arrested in Posses sion of Bogus Deeds to Real Estate NORTH PLATTE Oct tiia arrest here ot four men niithoritles belicvo they have un covered a land fraud ficheme extend ing Intoat leant three states nnd In volvine possibly more than Those nrrestcrt hy federal author ities gave their names ns Edwin T Morrison Omaha lawyer and former partner of the late United States ntor John Thurston Charles Acker of Kansas City Guy Weir Crookston nnd Roy I Wilkinson Shelton Xob When searched the men wero found to have Iorged deeds and bogus ob stracts to between and OCC worth land in three Nebraska counties Government authorities said they did not know how much the fraud would amount to as there was no way to determine definitely liow much if nny had been sold by agents oC tho operatives but they believed it might run into several hundred thou sand dollars The four men arrested hero were ar raigned before the United Slates com miRsioner hero Inst night nnd bound over to the federal court nt Omaha for trial Car Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS CALIF Oct 11 the United States chamber of commene has advised Mr Mellon how to divide up tile governments four hundred million surplus They dont tell him how to enforce pro hibition or any of those hard things Put tho minute there Is money to he split mi they nre there with the fiiiggeations p you didnt Irnpnen to rend their firct proposal to Mellon it that their moinbeiH should get f the IDf million Another P hear from Fonn Ho is ahvnyn a couple ot clays 1ite with Um news Yours Newton Delegates Are First to Arrive for KiwanisConvention ICKARXB1 Oct Harry Sprinkle and Edward P Mam herg of TCnwton were the first delegates to arrive here today for the annual Kiwanis club lowaVebraska district convention The Newton delegation Immediately ortrnnizcd a campaign to land I he IftES convention for Xewton An far as is known no other Nebraska or Iowa City is In the race hut Sprinkle and Mainiborp nro taking no chances Moro than fjlfj are exppctrd to for the sessions irhicii opon fidiilonsvlllc fiarncc Kohlipil Oct Garnso at entered and two balloon tires nnti P rinjintily of lubricntinpr oil worn alien Tlio IlilPves enlotod jv a window in tho rear of the building Mason City GlobeGazette Offers to Its Readers an Automobile Road Book The pleasure of that automobile Irip you are contemplating this inll will depend on whether or not you so over the rtght roads Thore will ho all the difference between smooth BOinfi and bumps between macadam and sand between beau tifully Hcenery nnd drab between good hotels and bad Let our Washington Information Bureau aid yon in planning your It lias for distribution an axitomohile road book which gives insignia and descriptions of the principal highways of tho United States It contains an auto trail map lists the various state parks nnd camp sites and is full of prac tical and useful aueessllons for the camper nnd autolst Kend for your copy today En close four cents In stamps for re turn postage and handling PORT GRAFT IMJtELECtlON Indiana Officials Probin Claims of Illegal Stu dent Voting BLOOMINGTON Oct If cli are true lias found its way into campus elections at Indiana univer sity Student politicians hrvva been aroused over revelations by tho Dally Student Campus newspaper of corruption In connection with the elections oC class officers Inst wee Prompt action by university authori ties however eliminated Alleged Il legal tickets and camlidales nnd the elections wero conducted on a more or iflss Icffltimato Imsls altlio one election official estimated Unit dur ing polling hours in tho junior class election nearly half of those voting wero membars of tiio Confined to The corruption was confined to miller class elections accordinffto formation appearing In Tho Student which outlined the situation this way Nine oC the I2 nignnturrs on T nnm mating petition filed in the sophomore j election wero forpories Tiie nominee for sophomore proslJmedialcly nl dent was expelled from school two owners who days Iwforo the election while the nominco for treasurer never entered tlie university Check of university credits of nil andidates revealed thnt a nominee for senior treasurer was not n mem er of lie ncnior class a nominee for Junior prrsidpnt WHS not a junior and a nominee for dent was not a sophomore fiof Falto Signalurca Reveval person havingobtniiuMl 1C signatures to n proposrl Plato of freshman officers proceeded to eras MEXICO CITY Ocl Vith the same dramatic swiftness vith which It started the military re lias been crushed leaving the Calles government absolute master oE he situation in Mexico nnd General Obrejron the only presidential candi date In the field lo succeed Guiles Disastrously defeated In a pitched ntte in the hills of Western Vern 2ni7 Generals Arnulfo Oonipx nnd foctor Alma wero beinghunted toda by tho victorious troops under general virlory came nftcr a BX lour battle ending in the ot letwecn fitlO and Him rebels the killing of no anil the wounding of TOO Tho revolution is absolutely ended t was announced by General Alvarez chief of the presidential Ktaff Column is Uhe GomezAltnada column ot no1 morp tluin men was tlie last re maining Iebel force of nny in thr country the government declared HE members today ivere either lend wrounded captured or scattered ovei tho countryside In iwos or throes The two lenders with bodyguards ot no more than men each would eithe e quickly captured the nnthoritfe or would degenerate Into men bandits hidinR In the the other principal leader of th revolt was ntlegcdly bnscd nonreelection opposition to th TlKN TO PAGE IB rmored Pressed Into Riot Service One Man Is Near Death as Result of Birmingham Shooting BinMiXGHAM Out man lay at tho point oC death today and 14 others wero wounded wliils the body of Charlie Plnkatoii crazed negro who late yesterday run amuclc to terrorize the negro was in tho morgue literally perforated with bullets from Ilia gnna of more than 100 polfce officers Appnrcntly losing Ills mliul when George KMthoff a city sanitation of icer lUlcmnted to Inspect liU Ice ream atand Plnltston slashed tlio in pectora throat and fled to a nrnrby louse where ha barricaded himself nd toolc his Bland at a window with a shotgun 50 Policemen Summoned Deputy Sheriff Sam Williams nr vlni n few minutes later to arrest ON RUNWAY FOR INSTAN1JTART Weather Reports Given as Fair for New Atlaiiti ic Try ROOSEVELT FIELD N 1 J I ne Oci can Girl was The Ameri loacled with he wa6 met by a liarfce which tool effect in his abdo A riot cnll brot morB tUnn 60 jolicoinen who endeavored to dislodge the negro with n bunage from ma chine guns pistols and rifles KallInK In this nn armored wai Irlven alonrslde tbo nngros utroriR lold nnd five tear bombn toJSPd with n Meanwhile sight policemen dropped under the fire of the negro In addi tion six parsons In a crowd that clopr gert the nbouL UIK house were wounded by Jitray shots Williams taken lo a hoapHnl where physicians hold aliglit hupe his recovery With the ftiTlviU of old HT Out Oilies motion piclllro theaters under polico Kiiardg and nil ions between sirikiiip thealc employes and owners had been broke off by tlie owners following the lioml of two tilcatfiM yeslorday Ono woiimn wns injured nnd Mfl patrons were driven in panic lo In street when a boml exploded in thr Forrost tluater here durins a per formance Inst iiiRht Tlio Uicaler nt Minneapolis also was damaged hy n dynamite liomb The LOKIIU was unoccupied at Ihp tlmo of Ihn explosion except for Hie Jnniior who wan not Injured A conference Iietwonn Hifl strike which was to hnvr litlctMi placo today was cancelled im nfler llie hoinhln ly tin d 11 hnl the roof of an lionse where thru a window they could Pink aton slnfrRprlnp wHliln enlly nlmost overcome by the log oC tear gas Afoli Trniuiiies Body Plnln officer Sandr fer opened fiie on tilts ncKJo wlio stasgored out ot range AL Illo Instant n or detwiivcs mid po Ifra rushed the room nnd flnlfslon fell under a volley of builds A riot wns narrowly nverled tiff of ficers wore removing Hio liody from thfhousn Kevrrul hundred membern ot the mob rampbtt Iink Etons boiiy They were driven off however and Ibrbody talen o polirf under iirnvy Biinrd int transferred lo a mortuary BELGIAN PRINCE gasoline and ready for her i ransAllnntic hop shortly aller 3 oclock this afternoon Ruth Elder and her pilot George Hnldeman were waii ing foi1 a southwesterly wind to shift west for a takeoff The plane was pulled up the mound at the east end of the Held hut if no west came by 4 oclock tlie aviators saii Ihcy would take it to the other end of lite field and attempt ft lakenff into he southeasterly breeze The flight was scheduled to begin at i oclock hut due to delays in gelling the ship ready n could not he made at that lime NKW YORK Oct ISIder on her trnnaAtlnntlr flielil farornble wrath lie woniiirr Imreaii reported to diiy lrnr n distance of fiOfl or no irilcs lliR wesithor Is not favnraltU lint lliis irill not be n ilniiEcrouB handiiiiii Ori ibu NewlfiinullRiid banks iiorlhwostnrly wiiuln which will KllltL It I Cannon Boom Salutes News Is Announced to Waiting Populace Iherc WIIB a low nrpmetir over ft IOC milftntciL ill iiiWocean wjiero were fcont soirMi fog mill nnd loillls rover of 1 Vic IdW iKirom cfer arm in millocean lint Iherc s no ire x oi II Kuili KMer Kiyridi aviri n IrMlay Liiat would hop off on nonstop licht fatIs at t oclock Ibis afternoon uilt Capl leorKo I ldma mi as ami navlentur HS IMtlcr wiiO that fair weatbi dVVl nt Iho Local were considcrril almost Ideal Her plane The iian will not tiio mnund that iva lined on olher transAtlanl ir but will takeoff cm tlie run way The fueled plane wis n hiing Itulli Miss and provlsitmrd iir tills forenoon fnr Jliglit llaldemaun we Frederic J iiasltin Director The Mason City GlobeCaretle lufiirniatirm Bureau Washington D C I enclose four cents in stamps for n ropy of the ACTOMOIilMC FtOOK Street Slnln Belgium Oct ninpr of cnliiioii 11 boominK of minion todnv they wero too busy trying In protcctj niinminccd to th oanrr pnpuhitlpn ol our properly lo cugaKe i any fur the birlh oC a ilaiiRhlrr tr tiinr negol tious Vnion louilors dpnlcd nny cornier Crown Prince Leopold of friniess Astriil niece of King tiott ivifli cither Twin Cities strike whirlij niitne sliirlcil Bliorlly tlie toilny Hill b movie ticnp lias contimifld unintorj IngchorR ruptcd ncSlbPr sido relrenting from its striutl Thn trouble started with the de mnnrls for p siv day week f Ilin lillle pvlncesf Klixiiliflh Astrltl of lIolRliiiu Tho Iirand Dllcliosn ol will ait as irodmotlicr As tlic cannon IHRJM boomint at n the entire population ot keii for liiti flight to nlart had beon discouraged by the adverse reports for the past few nnd had pUinnod to call the flight nf if condltioiiH ilid not improve before 38 Snlurdny iraldenia nn unld tho weather fof far from perfect but Rt as can be expected any time tbiF shortly nfier the to atari lOlder motored to thn Garden City lintel for u short nlocp nn The American Girl from Cur llss fitId to i ho famous transAtlantic ruruvny at tlooPCXelt field A slight wind was blowing from the nnd tho names of nominees and substli lute n different slate without consult ing Hie signers of the petition Charges and countercharges wero hnried One faction numbered several men who hold important positions In campus dramatic organizations and it was claimed that cocds pnrticular ly had been told that unless they sup ported this faction their chances of becomingmembers of the VanId club or of being chosen for the cast i of tho Jordan river revue would b injured ln hands When tlio owiifi refusid lo meet I heir refiiicsf Ihr iHtjiSf hiinds struck They wero fol lowed ly I he operators nnd muslriana who ileclnrrrt sympathy strikes Tlie movie IIOIIMS for the most part liavo been nperatinpr I lie HtriUo and it had been hoped thnt to ilnys coufercnre would result la a compromise Firemen Win Fight to Resuscitate Woman CHICAGO Ocl working In relays for II hours pump ing oxygen Into thn lungs ot Mrs Kosc Young 31 ovoriome by gas were believed lo havo won a victory today when she hnd recovned suf ficiently to bo removed to a hospital Young pnpanng dinner yesterday when she sal down In a racking chair and foil aslrep A pot n veKflribleH boiler nvrr and extinguish ed tho Her fnlber found hr apparently The Local Weather FRENCHMEN FINISH FIRST LEG OF TRIP Sugar corporation weath er figures for 1M hour period ending at S a m Tucsdny which luid Ijccn awniling tin hnpjiy event vvitll minRlcd foolings of find joy rouniod the wilh livpalhkHs oxpectamy The almont avnliblfi sisn of dlsap pointinont which when Ilio gunf oiuled at I hirtli a n Rirl was promptly smothered and chrers rose in tlie Hlreds A male heir hail been fervenlly event that would have been oiBiialincd by 1 salute of KUIIS Both Princess Astrid anil her child wero reported doing well Princes AstrkTs mother Princess Inscborsr Sweden and the Kinc and Queen o Belgium were present when the child was born in conformity with regula tions calling for tho official rrlirica lion ot birth ST ScncKni Oct Oosles ami Limit Joseph Lo BriT arrhfd here This mornins In lielr lirerjuet biplaiis TCIIN TO PAGE 16 70 II Ifi s Itu Minimum A K n ni Mruuiiy sr ninnili one of the finest lnys this fall The wind wiiicli was in the south Mun diy lias tin ntcl In Body of Russell Scott Removed to Windsor OnL CHICAGO i farlliody uf IIussM Hid sluyir Iill in bis juil cfil On al the I 11 Tllf I Siiotf id himself by hiinsins nimbly luifi fnr i i i i i w u i frrjui perhaps llierc is more wet r hlus tery ueat her in store own b Io unieldn riivl POOR PA By Claude Callfin hns   

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