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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 25, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY FINAU EDITION VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY FEBRUARY 25 1929 UNJTED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 119 PROWLER SHOOTS AT DEMPSEY fc ill J I 1 I f 0 kat f II I I Lindy Is at Morrow Home Immediate Marriage Hinted COUPLE MIGHT COME BACK TO U S BY PLANE Embassy and Colonel Are Silent on Approach ing Wedding Plans NORTH IOWAS OFFICIAL REPRESENTATIVES AT INAUGURAL T41EXICO Ciir Feb 25 Willie those who knew Iccpt silent those did not know TVondcreQ today 1C Col Charles A Lindbergh and his fi ancee Miss Anno Morrow would not be maiTiea while he is in Mexico and fly tiacli together to the United States Arrival of the tall young aviator here yesterday at sundown and his Precipitate departure tor the Morrow country home at Cuernavaca set in motion a veritable Hood of specula tion Some said that Cuernavaca set in Idyllic fashion in the mountains 40 miles from Mexico City having served as scene of the courtship of the two was to 6e also their wedding place It was even suggested that Colonel i Lindbergh flew here in a four passen I gar plane because he expected to have 1 a on his trip back and pethaps need some extra room additional baggage 1Icar Denfals ero vas no positive informa such was the intentions of thed pair neither were there olonel Lindbergh Himself reticent aa to Jere last night lals at the United States em fcarrled reticence even further were rctiised arlniisslon to the bulldingr and were toTcl that Colonel Lindbergh waa not there altho they had seen Iilm enter a few moments be fore A whispered message from his fian CQC awaited tlic aviator at Valbuena field lie landed In Hcu oE the young lady herself She had leCt Sat urday with her mother her sister EllE ahetlj and her father Ambassador Morrow Satnrfay for Ctiernnvaca un aware it fa believed that the week end was to bring hor a A laconic telegram received from Colonel Lindbergh at the embassy yes Yterdaymorning announced he was leaving Easle Pass Texas and would arrive in Mexico City n the afternoon Arrival at p m p m E S T actually was much later than was anticipated Him 11 Hours It took the nviator 11 hours antl 13 minutes to fly approximately 700 miles between J3agle Pass and Valbu ena field His tardiness had given rise i TURN TO PAGE 8 COLUMN 3 STANLEY B SMITH Osnge MRS C A KNUTSON Clear GOV JOHN HAMMILL Britt C J Decorali H V Oclwciu I K GILES Wuvcrly North Iowa will be largely represented in Washington March 4 when Iowas first native son will ascend to the nations highest office Pictured above are a lew oC those from this territory who will have an official status as Iowa spokesmen at the event Most them will bo accompanied ly husband or wife as the case may be Arrangements for the trip were made at a recent meeting in Des Moines of specially selected persons from all parts oC the state7There be two or three special cars for lowans one originating at lies Moines another at Cedar Rapids and another at Weat Branch The Knutaons at Clear Lalie wilt leave from Des Moines According to the schedule the train bearing the Iowa representatives Tvlll leave from Des Moiriea nextSatiirdayfarenoon arriving in Washing ton late Sunday afiernoon A stop of an hour at Harpers Kerry is just about the only halt provided by the schedule Tho return trip will begin afternoon following the inaugural ceremonies Monday with arrival in Des Moines slated for Friday night At the Des Moines conference on arrangements a general ot 11 was selected ono from each congressional district Stanley Smith oC Qsage was chosen from the fourth district Those 11 named four sub committees music transportation publicity and legislative H V lloyer of Oelwein publisher of the Register was made chairman of piibHcity jVIrs Knutson was put on tho music committee and Mies AnnaStiUwell of Waukon was placed on tho legislativecommittee The Knutsons Mr Smith Mr Giles Mr lloyer ana the Hammills make the trip by train but Mr and Mrs Welter Deeorah expect to go direct to Wasliinglon having made early Governor HtimtnlU ot ISiHt of course will be head oC the Iowa delegation which will probably include several hundred with the additions to be re ceivedalong the route and in Washington All of the north lovam in the Inaugural contingent have been active In republican circles and their appointment by Governor Ilainmlll camo as recognition ot this Mi Giles merchant nt Waverly an active Hoover worker in the campaign last Wr Welsei president oE tho Winncslileli County Slnte bank has figured in the public affairs oC this district for a number of years Mr lloyer und Mr Smith attended the Kansas City convention Mrs Knutsons outstanding actvity has been heading up the League Women Voters organization in Iowa BULLET FIRED IN DARK FAILS TO FIND MARK Former Ring Champ Awakened by Intruder m Bedroom MIAMI BEACH Fla Feb 25 unidenti fied prowler entered Jack Dempseys room here about 5 oclock this morning and shot once at the former heavy weight champion the bullet going wide Dempsey made a report of the affair to the po lice late this morning Dcmpsey WHS Bleeping with lloyrl Detroit promoter at the home Harry Moir oix the ocean ront at Miami Beach ho told police He awakened ahout fi a m and saw ic figure of a man silhouetted in n vindow opening to the street Demp ey saiil he tliot theman wius his host mill Fltzsimmonsbeside him called jut Wlint do you want The man at the window replied in I tone Turn OH those lights ami Kd dreasing a supposed accomplice in the Come on in Joe When the man Bnoke Devnpsey salif he leaned from the bed and tho in truder retreated firing onci wildly as he backed out ot tho window Dempsey later was quoted by friends as saying he believed two men intended to kidnap him and hold him IOWA FORECAST Slostly coudj Sfoiiflay niglit niul Tuesday iirohably snow iit ensteiii portion anil In west ern portion somewhat colder Mon riiiy night in southeast and south rentral portions rising tempera ture Tuesday in extreme western portion LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 1 Tiour period ending at S oclock a m Friday llighusl Sunday 29 Above Lowest in Night iJ Alinve At 8 A M Monday 25 Above Snowfall S Indies Precipitation i of an Incli Vac like nerfod eruiiilB at S ocloci A jr Sunday Highest Saturday 51 Above Lowest in Niglit Above ApparentlS fearing that the S or 1 lncil drop in ttie Icrel of tlic snow r suiting from days of meltii weather would be missed the man ordered the spvinUlcrs turned o Sunday night By S oclock Monda morningslightly more than 5 Inche of had fallen and the fall con tinned thru the forenoon The tempo at lire was slightly below the freezin murk EMRTTOEND RIVERASREGIME GROWS REPORT May Seek Audience With King Over Situation OXDOX Feb 25 growing unrest under the dictator hip oE Gen Prinio de Rlhera Spanish remier Tvas re ported from points in paln and along its borders today Information emanating from Madrid vas that in the attitude oC some poli ictanaformerly powerful in Spanish olitlcs conservatives saw the birth f a great antimonarchist movement Two men Mel au fades Alvarez for mer president of the chamber of depu tes and Miguel VaUeneuva Gomez ormer minister were mentioned as efusinc to participate in an mipeal to Cinp Alfonso on the ground that tries would have nothingmore to do with he crown which lias made itself they nyt incompatible their political deal1 Three other men Alviiro lTgueroa s TQgres Count of Komanones Cor ner president oC the council und of the aennte and one oC the most influ ential nen an Spain Augiistin Luque Voca former minister of war and Count Gugallal former presi dent of the congress of deputies are said to be considering a request f or j an audience with1 King Alfonso At this audience they would not de mandthey berecalled to office but merely nsk that they be allowed to see Lo the formation of a sort of reserve flower whloh could take charge o nn 3 Marked Men Sought in Chicago Massacre Probe Solving of Crime Delayed by Inability to Establish Motive CHICAGO Feb men with afinger gone another with a front tooth out a third with hums on his tantallzinEf ross thegang massacre Invcslf ttorml niYairs In the event of an un foreseen accident putting the present regime out of power h in turn appeared in the mur der picture as reconstructed from atones The man with a ffnger missing drove the automobile that carried the kilters to and from the murder ecene The man with tho front tooth out was In the with him was presumably one of the four men who poured ma chine gun shotgun and pistol Into the seven gangsters lined against a wall And the man who was burned may have suffered that injury in an effort several days later to destroy the death cor Nnne Tins Rccn Arrested one of the lEireti In custody There a search under way for Kocco BellanasUo an associate or Kangstcrs who made The Circus cafe a hangout Bcllacnslro has a tin Ser misbing on one hand I can name 50 motives for this crime said David Stansbury in feoC the inquiry for the states attorney but no one stands out an Important enough to be called the probable cause of the murders If we could eliminate all theories but the true one and concentrate on that could solve this thing In a hurry The apparent care taken by several suspects in arranging air tight alibis TUIZN TO 1AGE 8 COLUMN 3 OTTESON DENIES ALL OF CHARGES Suspended Albert Lea Sheriff Says He Never Mistreated Any Prisoner CHILDREN FIND MOTHER SLAIN Police Hunt for Man Ac quitted of Killing Wom ans Husband ALBERT LEA Minn Feb Wholesale denial was made by re cently suspended Sberiff James Otte Ron of all tlic charges made against htm In his Impeachment hearing hero today Tho former sheriff who was suspended on petition of Albert Lea citizens pending tho outcome of the impeachment took the stand late Saturday afternoon and continued this morning and this afternoon OUesou statci from the stand that his troubles wore the result oE hoot ivbo he taid vvore tryinff to frame him Particular denial was made of the charge lionrd in the courtroom three days previously that the onetime sheriff had mistreated his prisoners amon In em lny P Lu nd berg AI bert Lea electjiclan who has a separ ate damage suit against Otteaon cliarg Ing that the official kicked him and otherwise mistreated him while in jail QttCBon Saturday was the first wit nesR for the defense which is not ex pec tori to complete its testimony for two or three days NATIONS AGREE TO JOIN FORCES IF NEED ARISES Each Would Help Other in Event of War With Germany AMSTERDAM Holland IP ot alleged provisions DES PLAINES III Feb 25 Mrs Rose Vanturella widowed moth er ol three children beaten Lo dcitU at her home last night Two of her children returning from visits with found her body on kitchen floor her head cruslipcl Police started a search for Tony De Foe who was acquitted sty years ago on a charge of shooting tho womans husband Frankt during an argument K Rome folks noney they let j away from dont spend their somebody It Democrat Iowa Kiwanians Are Forced From Special Train by Texas Fire CORPUS CIIRISTI Tex Feb 25 of a Kiwania delegation from Illinos and eastern Iowa fled to safety today when fire tluentencd the special train on which they aro louring Texas A blouk of frame buildings burned near the TexasAmerican railroad sta tion with a loss of about After the visitora had rualtad from Ilia coaches Uio special train Pull ed out of the danger Tho departed for Brownsville nearly an hour behind schedule HenryL Stimson and Wife Guests at Tokyo of a secret FrancoBeipian military I reaty excited considerable discussion n Holland today According to Utretsch Bagblad lead ing provincial paper the convention carnc into its hands by fortuitous cir cmnstn rices and publication was withheld until satisfactory guarantees of ils authenticity were obtained The treaty uns negotiated in at Brus sels I ho paper sayt By the terms of the treaty the two countries would make common cause the event either is at war with Ger nnny or any power assisted by Ger many each placing all its available forces nt the disposal oC the other Mobilization shall be instantaneous und spontaneous without prior consul tation immediately after a cause for invoking the treaty has been estab lished Acts of asgressionare not con fined to tho Rhino frontier but apply to any front IJelsliim la set a minimum of COO000 men Im mobilization while Frances I minimum is placed at 1200 men One article provides that cacli Khali under talte simultaneously a vigorous offen sive compelling Germany to fight at TtKX TO PAOU 8 COLUMN 3 Iowa Woman Dies in Fire at Shanghai Former Ottumwa Resident Burns to Death in Board ingHouse SUANGHAI Feb Ruth CloiiKsing Ottnmwa luwa wite of Iieut John Cluunslng wasburned to death Sunday in a five that de stroyed their boarding house fn I he French concession here Clausstnpr was expected to recover from severe burns received in an at tempt to rescue her Mrs Claussiug viis the only one ot 10 pelsous living at the houso who failed to escape Lloulonant Claussing whose home s at Rawltns JVyo served several Years as a sailor before entering the United SCatos academy In 19J5 He nter was commissioned as ensign the marines and is attached to the fourth U S marines lirrc now The daiissfnps Intiniecl ill nHhinston in IU20 Ijieutenant Cliius sing cnme to Ciiina in liiruiary 1327 and Claussing joitied him in Xo OPEN IN NORTH IOWA DESPITE SNOW All Equipment Put to Use in Battling New Drifts WITH uiiother layer snow lo with nil drift clearing in Isorlli luva was doing its Moiulciy lo Ueep the liiglnvays open and Uio cllkt lines motor lriC Thc blower biionplow started on tlic highway cast of JIciKoii City Slonday morning After tills is cleared tip it will be vised on the north and south rovis Other truck equipment was also put into use where Ihesn could lie ustd to clear away the snow that foil duiinj the night ami Mnmlay munnng Most Konils Jassnljtc AU of tile pviiuary viKids in ihis Si jtiuii wore passable Alondiiy moriiiim1 with exception of Xn I from tast five miles and pnssilily the liisiv IJinileM City ami KouU ford il was stated al tile eoniinlssion office Tua jtloivs for ransom until after StrJbUnsr fight The men returned to tho Moir home n half hourafter their flashed tho Hglitti of their nuto inobflc on tho houyu and trove DcniDscy said iul Klusjmmons it they tlid not follow the intruder be tJiey ure unirmcrf no lights on the Kroimds Thov rllil not telephone jiolico Jit tliiit linn localise it would IKIVR Ijocii incissniy to po tlnu ii ilooiwjiy in Hi illrocttuti from which prowler ntil his sup Feb i Hen ry I Stlnison governorgeneral of the Plitlippinea and Mrs Stimson ar rived hero today from Manila enroute lo tho Unilert Slates where Colonel Stimson is expected to accept a post In the cabinet oC Herbert Hoover They were guests at government house today A reception ami dinner were oti their program for the even ing SfuAent KillrcT IOWA FALIR Kcb Rtalfi renca Milan I 4H patient in the University of Iowa hospital killeit lie jumped or ToU from n Lliird 3toiy window Saturday GlobeGazette Will Give Fight Returns A blow by blow account of iho ShnrkcyStrlbUng fight at Miami Jlrnch 111 bo prHcn by the GlobeGaztitte in tlio Chamber oC Commerce auditorium at i p in Wednesday The report will come by Associated Press IKIHUC wire wer vice Heportw from Mlnmi will Hlarl to como over tinwirf ill about p in MARSHAL FOGH GROWS WORSE New Pulmonary Congestion Causing Grave Concern to Doctors PA 111 K Feb 2o of MnrJilial Foch aa a matter of ffravc concern lo his thin morning It was known that v new spot ot pulmonary consestion Imd ai pcarod 011 ono of tlin marshals lungs While tlio marahnl was able to take sonip nourishment tills morning It was learned ho spent a restless nlfflit His temnerainre rose to 100 anil Ills pulse to 9i Ills doctors And Haven lore visited liim tills morninf aiui Kiiid a roiiBUlliitlon or four wouM bo lielil Inior loiluy Will Rogers XKVC YOilK WB seem to elcbratu birthday for Is so we can revive Hie argument as lo what he hart lo aay nbout pn tangltninls with ICurope livery niiikcs him say Just what that speaker wants him to any Cool Idge snys It was Jetferson that made thft wise crack nnt messing with out siders So it looks like added to nil his other accomplishments WILL ROGERS Washington a diplomat A diplomat is one lhat savs sumo thing that IK equally misunderstood by both sldea and never clear to either By the way did you notice thnt everybody that jipoke on the father of our countrys birthday ivus a republican You would think the democrats were a stepson Yours Cupyrluhl 19201 starting from taoli iu oC Hie nt ter srrctfli were at work SunJiiy A ntnnbiM1 of local auiiists found the loose snow Monday morning nearly had as a blockade several having hail their cars stuck liy KCtting out of the TVUX TO IAfJK S COMMN 2 BOOZE RUNNERS GET HEAVY FINE Women Caught With Car load of Alcohol Try to Bribe Sheriff GARXKU Vt Uiriio Now bergor of Sioux K JJak am Darn thy HrooUs of Sioux City ruin runnora riMoaLed hy SheiUf K on tin rui wunt from Gar ner Friday wore fukou hifnrn Tudi M U Kapler at nnl Ciued and rusts guilty to the posse sfou ami tntiif fiortation nC II gal lons of the nearly new OIK inobih they were driving also One of thewonirn Mrvytnj y ffun at the tiino of tltc acrest flrtd thry oCfcretl tho sheriff anil his deputy Itruee Orr a Ijriho of to be al lowed to RO unmolrsied When the rntnriiod to nor ifter pivinjr liPir fine they wen met by tho younpor brotlicr of ono of JUDGE REFUSES ARREST ORDERS Special Prosecutors Wish for Warrants in Wiscon sin Are Denied MAO1SOX Ufs KeK W ludur S I Schcln of Dane county Kiuudor cnurt todny denied ill IN joquost of Arthur It TJnrry special prnpecutur j for criminal leading j progressive ropnUllciins for ullcrieil j of ihe conupt pnictiuow ULI fn liarry appoint ml hy ilio jmttfe lo hold t folin Due inln rejoin mended crlmlna pMisecullon uf Nlale of floors Licul Gov lenry 1 Hibei Sect otary of State Theodore Dannnann und Al trrney Join lifjynolds and of Congressman U insuccCFslul candidate for tbn nrtorJul nonunatJon tlio Cnpitnl Tlnivs Madison Kanuifl SlFman In charge uf tinjoint proRvesriivo cam pnlfn und Hicliarcl Henry lee Xcw York luu ycr th e woinjiii and driven awny in a Cuci T rar AUNT HET By Robert Guillen I v I dont like to criticize a prayer but Heaven must get tired of hcarin okl man Ezra tellin tales on the yoongei generation   

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