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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 6, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER Partly cloudy tonight and Satur daycontinued mild temperature AND MASON CITY VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT DAILY TIMES 3U UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONA1 Troubles of War Are Forgotten as Yank Flyer Arrives Nlcaraffua Jan 6 from peon to president today took delight in honor Ing the Lone Bagla amazed above all else at the youth of the alr adventur Therecent fighting and bombing of rebels by marine corps planes did not dampen the thoss who came to join with Managua In honoring the ambassador of good will All Idea of revolution and politics laid aside and one main item on Lindberghs program today was a din ner in his honor by Gen Emlliano Chamorra whom the United States refused to recognize as a presidential aspirant Gets Early Before the Spirit of St Louis touched the ground Lindbergh had learned that he was welcome As he circled about getting the feol Of the ground fora landing he saw ftho great airfield of more than 100 acres beneath him marked with flags end banners and beautifully decorated A huge sign in block letters stood but clearly It read Hepubllca de Nlc araugua to the Republic of Tho crowd burst Into cheers as the Spirit of St Louis appeared The shout There He was picked tip by all the small children who sour red about the field or tugged to get away from their parents Modishly gowned forgot the dust of tho sunbaked field and fine clothes joined In the sprint to be near the plane when It Oil Magnate Preparing to Marry Ward President of Marland Oi Had Adopted Girl When She Was NEW YORK Jan ro mance of a 53 year old magnate and his 28 year old ward wasdisclosed to flay with announcement that the would marry within a month E Marland president of the Marland OJ1 company and one of the wealthiest oil men of the southwest adopted Lydla Miller Roberts whet she was 16 years At the same time he and his wife adopted her brother George three years younger His wife died In June 1926 It was the devotion of his foster daughter after the death of his wife said Mr Marland that convinced him that he wanted her for his wife Word of the approaching marriage however came as a surprisa to the young womans mother airs George F Roberts She refused to discuss details of the adoption of her eon and daughter and said she knew nothing of the wedding plans Mr Matland said that the wedding would take place In the brides Phila delphia home NORTH NEWSPAPER Final Edition Edited for the Horned SUPPLEMENTAL BERVICB NO ect Smith to Officer Slain ih Nicaragua and His ComrV 3j of St Lou isTiorj add grace W the band played tSe Star Spangled Banner apci 04 the familiar cry ot Viva Lindbergh rose it was evident that another Central American country hadtaken this tall smiling youth Into its heart Vivo los Estados Unldos they cried aa Dr Dana G Munro Ameri can charge greeted the flyer and pre sented him to officials Hughitt President of Northwestern Dies CHICAGO Jan Hughitt formore than half a century a conspicuous figuro in American rail road history died today at his home In Lake Forest following a stroke of ap opl exy y es terd ay Mr years old had years as theifVMc6icommitteeof the Chlcag and railway And fo more than 50 years hud been identifle with the history of that system Ho was active and at his desk up until yesterday lieutcnant the O Hattield commander of United StateT nnrinTn n CrilBm I G Ohioan Scheduled to Die for Muscat in e Resident Had Attempted to Stir Up Fire MU3CATINE Jan Eliza Kemptner 85 was burned to i death early today wiien night clothing became ignited as she at tempted to stir up tho fire In a stove in her apartment here She had resided alone Mr and Mrs Mark Conaway who reside In the same building called the fire department Mrs Kemptner was found dead when firemen fought their way thru the flames in an attempt to rescue her Aredale Town Hall on Fire During Board Session AREDALE Jan 8 While the echool board was holding a business In the town hall tho building fire from a defective flue The llames were breaking thru roof when chemicals were brot Tho fire was soon out The loss will amount to about which was covered by in surance Former Bootlegger likely to Be Committed to Hospital CINCINNATI Ohio Jan B Electing to carry out the remain der his fight for freedom from the state hospital for Hie Insane George Remus accompanied bv Attorney Charles Elston planned to leave here for after noon by automobile CINCINNATI Jan Georgs Remus the former Chicago awyer who became the king ot boot was denied a writ of habeas corpus today and his hops ot evading punishment for tho murder of his wife turned to an appeal from th probate court order which found hlr Insane and directed commitment t the state hospital for the criminal in Sana at Lima Tho decision was hahded down ts Judge Charles a Bell of the court o common pleas Ha granted Charles H Elaton coun sel for Hemus time to perfect an ap peal to tho court of appeals which prevented immediate removal of He mus to the Lima institution on Jan his last avenue of escape closed Floyd Hewitt 17 today calmly face death In the electric chair at Ohi penitentiary for the slaying of Mrs FredBrown and her 5 year old so at Conneaut Ohio Hewitt will ba the youngest murder to bo electrocuted in Ohio In 3S90 Cleveland youth one month youngei than Hewitt was hanged The youths last chance for conimu tation of his sentence to life Imprison ment was lost when Governor Dona hey yesterday announced his refusa of clemency The board followinga hearing found no grounds for Inter Hewitts attorneys and rela tlves contended he was feeble minded Hewitt confessed to the slaying of Brown and her son at the 3rown home ho was an ooba lonal visitor He clubbed Mrs Brown o death because she repulsed his ad ances hs said and then killed the oy In an attempt to conceal his Hewitt seemed unmoved when told f his fato I have nothing to vas hiB only remark He immediately became occupied with things his ell His execution has been set for omo time tonight AUNT HEX By Robert Guillen I aint scared to open a Ytelegram but I like to set A while an try to figure out Whos for m 42 30 32 GlobeGazette weather figures 24 hour period ending at 730 a Frldny Maximum Minimum At a m Altho it is less than a week since the mercury in the GlobeGazettes govrnment thermometers was des cending to subterranean depths each night the Is back in complete control of the weather This was evidenced Thursday night when the tern perature recorded was only 2 degrees beneath the freezing mark That sounds like October The Thursday maximum of 42 was highest reachl since Nov 29 Friday dawned clear tho sun reappeared on the scene at schedule tlma nnd the south wind was doing its stuff Tanunry Is show ing Ha very best side AtI oclock the temperature had reached 45 degrees with prospects for an additional degree or two rise PEACE PACT Few Details Left to Be Com pleted Before Plan Is Ready PARIS Jan cir cles believe that the FrancoAmerican arbitration treaty with a denunoie tlon of aggressive war In Its preamble can ba signed very shortly There Is fulfaccord on the principles of tho treaty between tho two coun tries and it remains only to polish the ext of the treaty BO that Frances eague of nations obligations and the American Afonroe doctrine can Da prop erly recognized These points are be ng discussed in exchanges ot cabled lotes and no real difficulties In adjust ng them ara foreseen The French reply accepts the Ameri can proposal that tho eventual agree ment instead of being restricted to th United States and France alone oa extended to embrace at least the ma or European countries and as many mere as would bo willing to subscribe it 3 Lake Mills Boys Fighting With U S Marines in Nicaragua LAKE MILLS Jan Lake Mills boys are at the scene of fight ing In Nicaragua where the United S suppie The three boys areRichard Tlibm son son of Mr and Mrs P A Thorn son Hans Telgen son of Mr and Mr John Telgen and Birak Dctra son o TVlr and Mrs M M Detra who no reside at Mason City Clifford Godtland son of Carl God land of this city recently returned I the states from Nicaragua Mr Thompson wrote to his parent here just recently stating that ho wa nbcut to leave tho marine base a Managua for the hills where San dino and his forces have their strong The four boys Joined the during tiie summer of 1525 marine owa Murder Defendant Says He Lay on Floor of Car During Shooting IOWA CITY Jan sfntea case against Joseph Kin ney of Oxforil on trial for tho murder of Milo Sleznb Daraboo rum ninncr wns rested this morning with the conclusion tf ROBBERY Employe of N Y Company Caused Acts N Y Governor Hints There Is No Chance to Save Defendants NEW YORK Jan Hope of Mrs Ruth Sjnder for postonomont of tho date of her cx uction on Jan 12 was apparently dashed again today when it was nnnonccii that argument on a mo tion for a jury trial iti tho suit brot against her by the Prudential Life Insurance company wns ad journed until Jim 13 Edgar HnzlBton of Mrs Snyders counsel made tho application for jury trial am it wns considered possible that the Tnto of Mrs Snjders execution might bo post poned in the event that Supremo Court Justice Levy ruled that sho would bo needed us a witness NEW YORK Jan marks by Governor Smith at the clem ency hearing for Mrs Ruth Snydei and Henry Judd Gray today were In erpreted by newspapes oa Indicating 10 would not override the decision of be courts that the two must die he electric chair week Meanwhile a now note was undur vay in supremo court which offered possibilities that the execution of Mrs Snyder might ba postponed Edgar Hazelton of her counsel filed application for a Jury trial ot the ult HIS MEN AMBUSHED Col Louis illicit com mander of tho American marines in Nionrafrun reports cnsualltlcs sustained in ambush and hiittlo cross examination Frank Smith of Sheriff ial Roach Announces Separation From Wife LOS ANGELES Jan loach film today annouvd hat he and his wife tho former Mar arct Nichols of the screen had ted but that he had every hope that IE separation would be IOWA CITY JaVi ation of tho states first degree mur der case against Joe Klnney Oxford for the kllllngof Milo Slezak Baraboo rum runner entered tho third day today Klnney purchased SO 45 calibre cartridges on Nov 19 the day Slezak was shot down on a road near here while transferring a load of alcohol to Klnneys car according to testi mony of L J Hasan Wililamsburc hardware dealer The testimony Kinney gave at the coroners Inquest that he lay on the floor of his car aa threo men staitcd to hijack him and Slezak of tho alco hol when the latter was shot wns ad mitted as evidence for the stall NEW YOH1C Jan Erdrelch 20 year old coftege student was in jail today while detectives In vestigated charges that he stol from his employers so that he might complete hia education Since Nov 30 last police said Erd rolch systematically forged checks of he New York Merchandise company vhero he had worked since boyhooa vinnlng promotion by his Intelligence nd application The poverty of Tils amlly ha said drove him to grand arceny as the solution of his prob ems His salary his employers saJd JI8 a week Nina bank acocunts totaling about were opened with the stolon loney the youth confessed He gave In cash to tho detectives who rrested hint as ho sat In a classroom t New York university last night In ddition to the money obtained with d checks detectives asserted rdrelch collected lesser sums he tele raplied supposodly to company sales men In nearby towns but which he col lectccJ himself under aliases Searly all tho money stolen wns re covered Erdrelch had not even hot n new suit of clthes spending the little money he iicsd to pay tor tho first courses ot what ho planned to be n complete education McMillan Charged With Murder Facing First Court Action LOS ANGELES Jan iharles M McMillan charged Jn a grand jury Indictment with the mur der of Mrs Amelia Appleby widow or a Chicago inventor faced arraign ment today before Superior Judge Car 03 Hardy Meanwhile deputy sheriffs contir tied their the cose by penlng three belonging f Mrs Appleby The jury nfter hcariny 10 evidence against Dr McAHJInji esterday despite denials of guilty bj he 57 year old physician Indicted 1m on a murder charge IS THREATENED Clarence Saunders Mem phis Gets Letter Fore telling Disaster MEMPHIS A letter threatening disaster to you and your family unless he left In old 100 bills at a spot under a rail road trestle tonight was received today by Clarence Saunders chain grocery store magnate It was signed The Three This la the only we shall give read the warned Snnnders not to notify the police as wo dont Intend to take any Tho letter written on a typewriter concluded with these words written In capital letters Dont fall If you do it will be the most brutal crime ever com Saunders met tho challenge with an announcement that he would ndtpay the money but would pay a reward oC for tho arrest of the letter writers Ho has three children Amy Clalr 15 Lcc 2J and Clay 18 ance policies totaling on the life of her husband Albert Snyder for whoBe death sho and Gray woro convicted No Effect on Gray Should Justice Levy decide that Mrs Snyder Is necessary us a witness he may order her execution postponed Tho decision would have no effect on Gray Tho governor at the conclusion of the for a 30day stay Ot execution to per mlt examination ot tho two by psy chiatrists is not expected until next week The governor at the concision of tho loarlng in Albany yesterday did not say whether or not ho would grain clemency but during tho argument ho made several dry remarks indi cating ho did not think very much of this phychoslB stuff and this tw lEht zono Counsel had made much In their ar gument of the assertion that both pri soners were BO emotionally diseased that they were not fully responsible for their acts Wanted New Examination Tho governor was asked to grant thu slay of execution so that practitioner of the new psychiatry might exam Ino the prisoners and see If they wei not inhabitants of a menial twilight zone in which they could dlrttliiguLsIi right from wrong but did not have the will power to keep from doins wrong Governor Smith halted this line u argument finally to Instruct that ho did not consider It pertinent and to order them to got on tho Inl and stay Gray last night received the weii wishes of two doomed men who shook hands with him as they marched past his cell in tho Sing Smg prison death house on their way to tho electric chair Two More They were Charles J Doran 13 bany and Louis Mason 30 Negro Buffalo Bothwere executed for miir dcrs committed during holdups Mrs Snyder who is in another part of the death house did not see the tsvu men Sho was said by prison attend ants however to have displayed ex tremo nervousness when told the ernor had refused Doran clemency Two more and no hope ay she remarked Iowa Doctor and Wife Are Held in Jail Oxford Mills Man Accused of Causing Death of Eva CEDAR RAPIDS Jan Jail here on second degree murder charges Dr Jesso L Cook and his wlfo Oxford Mills today awaited ar raignment in connection with the death last Sept ID of Miss Eva Thompson 10 Oxford Mills following an illegal operation Tho couple was arrested yesterday Sheriff Harley Manchester of countyV ofienttT tfonh Attacks on Handling Nicaraguan Trouble Recurring WASHINGTON Jan APf Two deserters from the United States marines captured by ttie rebB1 General Sandino as they Bought it escapo from tlio Nlcaraguan war ire belloved by some marine officer in Nicaragua to have turned theft military training to account by helping in the instruction of the rebel troops An official report relayed from ront to inarino corps headquarters lore Bald it was beiioved that the two men agreed to teach Sandlnos soV dlers how to shoot under o threat that they themselves would go before t rebel firing squad it they refused Marine intelligence officers said clay thoy had no proof beyond thij report which had come to them front tho marine officers in Nicaragua Familiar With Marino Methods They pointed out however that frj heir recent attacks on the American orces resulting tho mounting list ot American the Sandino roops have shown unusual familiarity vith marino corps methods It was noted hero that recent porls from Nicaragua have env phaslzed that Sandino apparently vas receiving aid ot an unusualntu lira and that tho morale of hla lad been materially advanced Marine losses In recent skirmishes vith the NIcaraguans havo approxii mated proportion tho losses battles of tho WorM war Thla cated stubborn fighting by Bandraoil V roup 1 Jones county and State Agents N gent and Tackey as the culmlnatlo of an investigation which brot to Itgl that the death certificate filed hoi following the slrls death In a loco hospital gavo peritonitis as tho caus with other causes an contributory Tho girl was said lo havo been see at the home of tlio Cooks on Sept 1 several days before she went to th local hospital whero she died latei The body was burled in a rural cem etery near Agate Sept 21 Whits the prisoners maintained fll cnce following their arrest Sherif Manchester expressed tho belief thn ho had a strong case against them Officials recalled thst Dr Cook wa questioned In connection with the nysterloua disappearance in tho fal of 1S12C of Myrl sizcr Iraquokcta school teacher No trace of the vai shed teacher was found after she dropped from sight nt Marion while supposedly enroule to visit herpar ents In Ml Vernon over tho weekend Plot byPh ane Discovered CONSTANTINOIXK Jan vast plot to return former Crown I rlnco Carol to Rumania by airplane and roestabllsh him in Ills own coun try has been discovered by Turkish police They seized al Icscd to havo boon printed here tho plotters woro sending to the Dobrudja district of Rumania Carol was come to Constantinople and flv trorn licro to Dobriifl 1ji to PreHcnt Play BRITT Jan post No 315 of tho American Legion will prcrcn tho three act musical comedy CUH Ian 0 and 10 at tho high school auditorium Farm Laborers Will Be Guests of English Prince LEICESTER fi farm laborers cnch of worked at least 50 years for his present employers will havo a table near tho Prince of Wales tonight nt a dinner thosprlnce Is giving to MO farmers over whose land ho hunts Will Open Drug Store EMMKTHBUKG Jan A and 1 H Grahnm of Conception June tion havo leased a room In the Kermoro hotel here nnd will open a drug store Feb The GlobeGazette Offers Picture Book Of U S Navy The navy of today described with Pictures of battleships destroyers submarines aircraft auxiliaries and some of tho famous naval vessels of history This new pictorial booklet of new Imvy will IMS a revelation to thousands The facts related will malto clear all this tails of more cruisers non lm to levies scrapping battleships navy bills beforo ou SresR nnrl so on The navy has been almost totally changed since the World war See what it looks Ilka and learn about MIS navies of tho Kreat world powers A SIX cent postage and handling cost brings you the booklet Frederic J Hnsliln Director Tho Mason City InlarnmtlHn litirenu Washington C Icnrlose herewith SIX CENTS In slnmpfl nr roln l nf ho SHIPS OF TUB NRIIIO Street CJIy Stuio eter approach the American lines i LK blow the marino cnll to ing tho men out from their quarters ready for attack Sandino has been pictured as a man glorying in military terms and his men apparently have received aid of a nature to make them moro bold In their operations Uses Homo Made Bomhs Marine reports show that Sandino now has rifles and rounds of small arms ammunition besides tew guns of larger caliber Tha slzo if his fores has never been definitely Ixed tho estimates rangingfrom a nmdred or two by some American ob ervers to more than by his sup Tho favorlto method of attack by amltno In recent skirmishes has bean o shower Americans with homemade ombs filled with broken glass and vire naiJs OFFICIALS UNCERTAIN WASHINGTON Jan eppit that two deserters from Inltcd marines have helped to rain General Knndinoa vebel troops In Mcnrasun reached the navy de mtment thru official channels but Igh offlciuls are uncertain whetheu believe Jt Miijur Cioncral Lejeunp the marins orps commandant saiti that In 10 absence of positivs proof ona way r tho otlior lie was not Inclined to ollevo that any member of tho corns id turned against his former com ides in arms Til other official quarters it wna olntcd out however tint the surtaca1 idicatlons gavo some circumstantial ipport to tho story Sandlnos recent I Uing attacks on tho American1 irces havo been carried out with uii pocted efficiency and In a manner suggest that ho has great familiar y with inarino corps methods Indurations Show Truth hero havo been defections rn tho ranks ot tho marines Is n hy official reports altho the Will Rogers BBVERLY HILLS Jan 6 Everybody Is hopping on to the navy is tho they Purposely And the submarine sunk They bldTno tho navy fnr the bad weather They hlamo the navy for having a sub marine in Iho water at ail The flood happened last year nnd nothing hug been done about it ypt by congress Yet if a boat sinks they think thn navy to havo it lifted to tho sur face by daylight Dont you suppose the navy feels worse about it than wo do Why pick on a mourner would rather sec it not investigated Yours WILT ROGERS Coprichr   

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