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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 28, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER Tartly cloudy to cloudy tonight anl Saturday probably rain Satutfiay in west portion cooler tonight in ami extreme oast portions AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES NORTH IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition Edited lor Uie VOL XXXV FrVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASONCITY IOWA FRIDAY OCT UNITED PRESS AKD INTERNATIONA1 NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 17 M Louisiana Butcher Thot to Have Killed Women in Fit of Jealousy NEW ORLEANS Oct search of land and sea was under wni today for Henry Moity former Nev Iberia butcher shop proprieto mid erstwhile commercial artist who drinkcraned and in a J alleges to have killled liis wife atv is brothers wire yesterday by club ing them over the head and thot acking their bodies to pieces with huge knife Radio reports received today fron three ot seven ships rctiuretoa t search their holds and question tlioi personnel in the hope that Moil would bo located said no trace th fugitive was found Similar report were received trom officers adja cent towns and states who were nslce to be on the lookout Moity Is wanted for killing h wife Jlrs Theresa Alfano Moity 2r 1 the mother othis throechildren an f Mrs Leona Lee Jloity 2S his brother losephs witc also the mother of three The hollies were foundin trunks face down with the severed heads and lower limbs placed around top of the torsos With the body of his wife the slay lett his weapon a knife two feet and two inches used in hacking sugar cane stalks The bodies were found by Insurance agents called lo the sceneby the ngro scrubwoman Who found traces of blood Joseph Moity surrendered to police vesterday afternoon and expressed the j lhe aim lana White House Has No Help tor Admiral ooliclge Prefers to Stand Back of His Secretarys Decision Oct P Magruder must loolt elsewhere than to the while house foi assistance in his disagreement with Lhe navy department which origi nating in criticism of naval admin istration has resulted in his remova commandant of the fourth naval J district President Coolidge has denied thc Rogers Makes Record Air Trip Loss Between and Man Burned in Blaze Fire caused by an explosion of gaso line In a garaae at the Jacob li DecU er and Sons Packing plant shortly Ijefore noon Friday did between nut damage Two trucks admirals application far revocation of Emerson Deckers Xasli car and about the order detaching him from his post a which the and has refused to grant him a per Konal interview on the subject choos ing rather to leave the case in the hands ot Secretary Wilbur This wits announced by Mr Wilburfollowing tho conference yesterday at the white house However members of congress keenly alert to the Magrudcr situation have expressed varying views Sena tor Oddie Nevada ranking republican on tho naval committee declares Mngruder lias done the national de fense a serious injury Representa tive McClintic Oklahoma a demo cratie member of the house naval com mittee asserts the admiral should be given a vote ot tlinnks by the com mittee Itself Ilepreycntatlve Britten republican Illinois a big navy man and member cars were housed were destroyed bj the flames Albert AUIrich who was working1 In garage at the time the flames burst out was burned on Uie ot the house committee believes Masruder went off half cocked ami instead of doing the navy a service lie probably has hurt it in the eyes of the public He however hands and face He was taken to Park hospital where his burns were dressed 4 of Hose Laid It was reported at the Becker plant that some cleaning work was being done in the garage when a Ford truck owned by the company was driven in Gasoline winch had been put into an open container Cor use in the clean ins work was ignited by heat from UK truck it is believed Tho fire department was called im mediately but thc flames spread nip idly Cork which was stored on the ecpnd floor of thc building was dam by tlie fJums Theblaze war under control within a half after the arrival ot the city fire depart ment Two loads of hose were liiifl Council Names Official While Controller is Taking Office INDIANAPOLIS Oct ot Indianapolis retired last nisbt commenting over the fact thnc for the first time in the citys liialcry wo men claimed to be its mayor liey avvoku today to find that the wo men still claimed to be mayor but Inn ono of claimants bav n eliminated anil another substi tuted During a short interim the uily hail Thomas R Prcsfon of the Kumllton liunk ClnitlaunoKn Tenii iinsident of America iidilieis afisoiiation tnectins In lions Ion Texas Mason City lias lictit rep would tolerate flcei congress never of any Tmval g that he rntemtuirirtnrifs Ma fore the committee for a presentation from the mains and two re Iiiid from the city mains dav that the anfi Mrs Jay Deckers oflr which was hi thegaragewhen the fire started was before cm because of ract thai It was Florida Aviators Collide Feet Above Pensacola PliXSACOIA Oct Two navy officers were instantly killed today wliea thriv scout planes midair and fell feet In the heart of the city The flyers Went F Fraw ey and Jjieut T McCord were rcmovedfrom the wreckage daugli on the housetops on which the planes fell At the air station officials said an iiuiuiry hud been instituted to deter mine the cause oC the crash The planes were flyingin formation who they collided it a height oC aboin teet officers said One ot the planes fell on a saras while the other crashed thru the side oC a small house injuring a negr woman Both Frnwley McCord wer married anfl resided here with Ihei families ployes of the department yesterday Secretary said department i had tried faithfully to conform President CoolirtKCs policy of economy nd that ho felt congress would lie isposed to grant the navy such rea ouablo apuropriations as will he lecessary for the needed increase In he For the first time in he dded the fleet is ready for action it a moments notice Tlie officers to uan a wartime fleet arc available the vessels of the fleet are adeiiuatoly equipped now as to be capable of ex lansiou nud ot practically instant ear enoushto the doo to be i oiled the arrival of the noun hour watched lhe firefighters finish their work The sarnse was 2GO feet Ions so feet wide and two stories high The second story of the frame structure was used for storage purposes Is first woman Jilaudc B llnvall appointed recently ns cltv controller by her husband John L who elected mayor two years ato The new claimant to the mayors lice is Ira M olmes prominent al who announced ut oclocJ tills morninp that Dtivall had mailei bis resignation as mayor to the cuv clerk at noon yesterday Mrs Duvall as city controller iinilei the law became mayor Mrs Unvall Holmes sain immediately appointed him as city controller and then she hcvsflf resigned Holmes as city con troller succeeded to the mayoralty AVhv Duvalls resignation kepi resented at tho meeting hy W d C who is tlie Jowa reprcsenta five on lie cxncutlvo couucil th association Mrs nnglpy murto Hi I rip too This photo of Will TtoRcrs fnmous slar and his pilot was taken following Ttogers round Iviji from California New Vork and return inan airmtiiV plane in 81 hours Ho Icpiirtcd Jrnm Hur bnnk on a Tuesday morning nnd returned on a Friday aftenioou and tune d n niijht fi half ilny in thana train jouriAeyuiu The vounrl leas ll M nli NEBBASKANT8 DIE FOR Former Resident of Greene Laid 16 Rest Green Peas FeeI Spring Time Inclinations and Make Second Crop D15S JIOIXES Oct itoses and grcci peas in late Octobei have been brot to Jowa by the Intent ind perhaps last heat wave of the year as temperatures continued at lear midsummer readiojjs virtu illy all of tiie state A rose bloomed in the garden nf I7 C Miilcr nt Ames yesterday Hie re weather Federal Agents Arrest 3 in C R After Months of Effort CUD An RAPIDS Oct A j rum rintf said to have been the bis1 gest in Iowa wns believed last niglit when three men who boast ed of running Cedar and bnyinp police protection were arrest ed by federal prohibition agents Lincoln Man Is Found Guilty Twice of Killing Wife Oct IYank Sharp twice convicted of kill ing his wlft today by Judge aiieplierd to die in the olectric ihnir Feb 33 A district court jury last week held degree murder AH His conviction first trial was ed and remanded by the su The accused were arrayed before Sharp guilty of first for the second time and sentence at the revers Sharps wife was slain with a ham mer in the family car on a highway near Bethany in March 192fl Sharp maintained that she was killed bj bandits whoheld them up Upon imposition of the sentence tho of an ap French Give Big Welcome to American Flyer and CoPilot ROUHGKT Oct S Hulh lllder ami Captair loorso llaldeman landed here mm Bayuiino France at oclock this afternoon crowds had gathered at van iKO points on tlie tops of hangars am elsewhere The spectators spent hours in their uncomfortable positions h order to be sure ot arrival ot Americas RHEENK Oct funeral of Mrs Andrew Lake who dieil at her homo in Tcnarlt Monday held here Wednesday with the TJci T K Small officiating Two William and Iuther Meyers live here onfavms Mrs Lake formeiiy lived at the homes oC her brothers here Federal Commissioner 13 C 1Tti son today and were held for a federal prmid jury They are T D Maloy Sam ffoitman M foycl De II i Tile irrcsts were made by prohibi tion agents ill planf near the last while Maloy sold 100 Billions of alleged alcohol to a ihy a sent pos Inp as n bootieKficr The raid was rected Federal commissioner Glen A Brnnson of Sioux city with II Adaiii neiv district agent iH Des witnessing premiere th air Claude E Negley president of the ity council was as mayor hat body nt a special session yester usteiproceedings afrainst TJUvall not inowlUKthat Duvnll had ilaccd his resignation In the mails he city council in npnoinlinu s mayor iield tbut Duvalls conviction svprnl weeks ago for violation of orrupt practices net barred him from loldiiiR public office Xcsley lato last niiiht appointed rank president of the bdaid of works under THivall as his city Court action many belicvi rill be the only way to clear the nt situation nnd decide who s mayor n the meantime City Treasurer Kdwnnl A Ramsay is refusing to In nny fherits holding up 3 or more payroll to all nmiiloycs WitnessNeec jNot Tell ot Bond Source Evevhart Is Susta led in His Objection to Ans vfei Question v anrTState Superlntv dioilinKstoilaj Slddons from forcingM T vcrhart soninlaw of Albert all to disclose Hie source of the 00 in Ulieity bonds figuring in the assengers Relate Tales of Seeing Sharks Tear ing at Victims lIf JANBIRO Oct AP Latest estimates of Din number who perished in thesinking ot tlio Italian steamship trincepessa MnfiUda place tho victims at 315 TUO JAXEIRO Brazil Oct More than SOO persons many of icin women and children ware still vissins today from the illfated Italian Princlpcssii which ff the Brazilian coast Tuesday night u the midst of harrowing scenes of ufferins and panic Thru the veil ot confusion nnd con advices from tho scene at bB came vnoro orts today when tho Dutch liner Al iona carrying Ml surviyors and the rench liner Formosa 353 here French steamer Mosella anded 30 passengers nnd 22 members thc ships crew at Bahia yesterday thus accounting for OM oC the souls aboard tho stricken Italian steamer liven then1 rescue flfrures variefl the agents oC tho Mafalda at Buenos Alms placing the number saved at 033 while tlie Italian embassy at nio Jan eiro placed tho number at 125 Thru the medley of stories soms ot tliem almost incoherent poured out by tho exhausted mirvlvorB camp stories of brilliant heroism ot nnnle and sutferiitK and terror In tho darkness of Tuesday night Disasters Cause Obscured Tha cause ot tho disaster ob ured in connictinc stories Atleiul St Aiisgnr Funeral GKAFTOX Oct a nuuvi her from here attended the funeral of Carl Mueller at St Wednes day Mueller was a brother oT Mrs William Wilde of this place suit of unseasonably warm during the past two weeks Another rose is in hud From Cherokee county The ring it is said had been under j the surveillance of federal prohibition j asents AUNT HET By Robert Qnillcu Onn niotlern giiIs is so caverroc is h caiisc Ihcy ninl snnrcd flic fiinc aboiil a pclliuoul hntigiit come reports of green peas galbered and of second nips of iaspj berries strawberries and radishes j The heat wave today was its close official at the govennneu wertthir buvcau predicted in fore fasting somewhat cooler weather and Hie eventual return to normal condi tions nenr the close of a year marked by weather extremes and oddities Again new records for j late October were yester day when temperatures in tbo eighties j were reroided Keokuk reported the maximum willi Sii decrees while atj Des Moines nnd Davenport dm mei1 euiV touebod Sl is not as havint any on farm Crops Tlie hisl inoistiiye of indnalure corn has been reduced and farmers lime had ideal conditions for field work for months Plans for last nights raid began early in October when a dry agent was sent here from Jjos Moines lo imporconale a bootleg ger in order to make a purchase from the riiiR THE GLOBEGAZETTE OFFERS TO ITS READERS AN ART BOOKLET What can nrf ilo for you It can uponnew vistas Airplanes Are Sent to Colorado Mine Fields let airplanes fit lhe Colorado national Ljnmd were dispatched today to the roiil in soutlieru The planes wrre sent at the command Of Gov AdiiniK marking itary move in thc stnlo in quelling povsible Tluplanes will inake Iheir lioadquarlerrt at juellfo and cirele sections of Hie strilve area whec rouble is lltfely to break out Will Rogers I liked Senator Curtis an nouncement in lhe papers better than miy presidential ones ire have had Ilo said he would accept H if hiwas elected but tint lie would not accept Hie nomination unless he was elected I think that is i must straight forward nnd elearyiiihtrd decision If mure men would nut run for of fice unless ilioy can get cm we would iinve fewer and poli ties would improve a thousand pel cent T strung for Charley because hes an mjun and lie is rlnsi cunUKli Oklohoma In uinlciHisind tlu problems Yours tor vomnn The plane nVrivcd an hour befote i wan Good Good were Miss first words on landinK Then Immed lately KIC repeated them in trench Bon Tres Bon Miss Elder was nearly crushed hy enthusiastic admirers who insisted on pulling her out of tho plane The Kirl flier appeared stunned by the magnitude and wnrmth of the re eeption I surely did not expect slio told the Associated Press as slio was heinB carriorl on tliej shouMnrs of aviation fans tn liio fice ot Commandiinl Uenvoico chief 1 f lhe fieliT et me fix up my she torn by that tho shp explosion while others In foiKh with the It can reveal more beauty in na lire It can nnl you past If can Rive you a ihiirminir en vironment It can malie you a better citizen It rim bring you into association with tho groat Finally it run provide you with a source nf unlolil pleasure The Art Booklet tells in nn in teresting manner how these things can bo brought about Send for your copy today Jnirfo Jon cents in stamps for return post atfo and handling Frederic 1 HnsUin Director The Jliison City Inrormallon Iliirenu I I enclose lurcwilh four ciiils hi slampH for n of Altl1 XlllllR Street Cily Slain GIRL ADMIT KILLING Attorney Says Defendant Wife Was to Have Brot New Charge SV Ocl rrosecutins Attorney Charles I Tafl I1 of tincintuiti niinoiinced hen toilay ho had evidence that Jcnncc Kenius inilliontiire boot ledger Uillcil liis wife IniOBcne slie infcnocd to testify in her divorce suit tliat Remus ninnlcreil an Indiana slicrif in Oct Henry iliorner of the probate court today Is nucd an order for the opening ot a deposit box held In the name Mrs I A Holmes believed to have 1 an alias of Jmogenn Holmes Teapot Dome oil conspiracy trial Kverliiirt Inid ileclined to answer a uestion regarding tho source of tho on tljo piomul that such tesll nony would tend to incriminate him ind that the constitution gave him he to refuse The soninlaw of the former stsero ary of the interior was thc man from vluun the government had hoped to vroduro tho connecting link between he bonds and Harry Sinclair esseo of Teapot TJom and eorirfend mt with lall benefit the liovprnmeni charges most of the jontln were used after thc wealthy oil mcinlor hat come into possession Of llio oil reserve in AVynmjjifi Owen r Roberts hud contended that nverhart was without a constitution il right to decline to answer the ques tion sinco the statute limitation had expired as to tlie only chargetlie povornnient could bring against him of accessory nrter tho Jus tice Siddons however Kvcr barts position Tn mnkintr his derision after n long argument by counsel yesterdny and today Justice Sidclons said It might bfi thnt the answer to The question would disclose to government counsel for thc first time that Kverhort was in fact a coconspirator I cnnnot be satisfied in my own mind that an answer to the question mifcht not load to peril for the wit the ioiivt said nod f shall sus jtain objectionto the said that flic shin simply foundered in from four to five hours when water swept into her thru a break In R screw shaft hold Some still haunted by the terror oC thc night told sceinfT shcirlCF tearing at thn bodies of victims hut other survivors scoffed at this tie clarlnp they had seen lio nharls Captain Simon Guli veteran com mander ot tho sunUeu vessel went down with tbo ship That much np peared certain altho reports as to iunv lie died varied Ono group of pnss CURITS said Ihut ho eommittctl suicide Another that ho had Iwen onsulfcd in Hie sea crying Viva as the waters swept over iho hridgo from which n had directed rescue opera tions With him died his radio opera tor locked in the radio room and at his post until tbo end came Many of the survivors declared that tho lifeboats of tho Piincliiessa Ma lalda wore In bad rendition and that some of them shipped water whiln were swamped by the crowds them as tUcy were lowered The Italian embassy denied that the life saving apparatus was faulty isKuiuK a statement statins tliat thc lifeboats had a capacity for Hampton Legion Building Fund Gets Increase Young Man Arrested by Nebraska Officers No Charges Filed Miss Violet Johnson 17 who lived wllli her uncle John lleyal oC fitiiAfl Jate yesterday f smoilierins to ilcatli her new born baby Tuesday nifrlit Fred liraun 21 living near Pliocnlx nn inland town north ot Atkimen wlio Is to have been inlimnc with ttirl aiui who wnx when lhe child was born is in Holt county jail here have as yd been filV against him tounty Attorney Cronin and Shiriff Ieler nifty to take several cither yount men Into custody fileiiville Woman III Ort naiilc JriiiVtner WIP tiiUe hehosjiiliil ill Albeyt whe for iippendicilis was formed Tueyday inorniujr She i ing as well as can lie expected Hemus recently by her husband Geoifje ncmus in Cincinnati Ohio Tho order was issued upon petition of the public administrator B Coffin and the request was con curred in by Harry M Pritzker rep In a deposition made Mrs asserted that Mrs Remus had shoVn her a vast iViantity of money secnritirs jewelry nnd unset games The attorneys hoped part of the possessions would be found in snfety box Ocl local building fund is 5200 ahead result of action taken at a rocert mooting halt of the siod milplus tothe Sacred Ihe I persons while only places were needed and lliat they had been inspected in Genoa Ueforo tho PrinolpOKsa sailed for South America Survivors Pnilan Crews All tho survivors were lavish in I heir praise of the crews of the rescue ships Many of the sailors aboard the Allienii jumped into tbo sea riskini their lives in order to save the victims floundering amonp the dehria ahrl eallinK for help 1C il had not been for flic Kpofd with which tlin Albena nd Fnrmosn had answered thn fran tic S O S ot tho passnnserr id the disaster would have ysjumod trlshtfnl proportions Tho horror ot Tuenriay nifflit waif reflected in 11m of many of those who iverc lrinlel today One woman lost her seven months old son on bond for the new building according to ieporls Local Weather Robber Victim Left on Railway Is Run Over by Omaba Train OMAHA Oel lei roliMnj Arthur S VSnairight liidilup iniii him nnconsrlo on t trade here when killed by a fast freight liir lrnni a short ilisiann bolh thc ershieer nnd fireman saw tlie mnn but e unable lu sljp In time TCRX TO PAGE iiiidKircnnun licfii virtually vaniiiiixb looked lik Ill Ihillienlh clear day Tlmfs a mark ture I Khool ill was Ili Ibnt if far lihovv Ulu Iin October figures fur bnur ptruni IliiliniT at 7 a m Jiiday Maximum SI Minimum A I 7 a in 1I Ill Oitnber i harm of to Im bnikin lridiiy lilit tic luuds had cl Kiid U llu ti ii e decrees Iwn lavs lm liilure POOR PA Bv Claude Callan   

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