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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 1, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                arim IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition Edited for tlip Home IOWA WEATHER Generally fair tonight and Friday warmer east postion Friday AND MASON CITY i XXXIV FIVE CBNJCS fBR COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPT 1 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE 280 LORD CECIL QUITS Canadian Cities Send Pair I on First Race Across Atlantic I By ASSOCIATED PRESS The busiest day in long tlis jtancc air flights drew to a closeWith eight ocean cross jirig planes in Ihe air wailing for a chance lo go up or re jporled down j In addition to he jRaphaei wilh PrincessLoWj as a pass nger and Gapl HamUlon anc Minchin piloting the The Sir John Rioted by Cnpb Terry Tully id Lieut James Medcnlf left London for wilh a slop at Harbor Grace lo veluel Royal Winclsoi which Windsor OnL R behind the other plane bound for kujf around the Constantinople for to conlimtc with Syria Lord Hiibeit Cecil considered the chief British stipporfer uf lie League of Nntions anil an advocate of world lieace niohsures has resigned rum the British cabinet iiimmnciiip that j the cabinets attitude toivurd Hie Lniled Slates in the recent disarma ment is the prime reason I believe a eenoral reduction and llmilatior of armaments ensentlal to the of the Lord Cecil adds t Theater Owners Say They Have Funds to Fight to Finish CHICAGO Sept cagos silver screens remained behiml drawn curtains today as the city i ived into clay ot B movie less week The lockout of union opfera tors affeetintr all tha employes the Chicagro Exhibitors asBociation was no nearer a settlement both Fide agreed The exhibitors issued f his statement Operators Wont BacU Down We have enough money and re sources in our treasury lo carry on SELECTED BY LEV1NE the fight indefinitely until the unions I veteran English Captain ew Torkjtjo Home plane Old Vopre v el f f i 41 d n sr WRll IllExpress Planes are ready to deal with ths exhibitors I Charles A Levine mvnernnvignlor of in R businesslike manner We willjth Columbia In pilot he monoplane nol permit labor leaders to lell us from troydon to serve the Chicago public or what to do with our tremendous invest ments in Thomas Maloy business agent for itha operators paid Our men are not worrying over working They will draw the pay lost during the lockout or wont so back lo their 1obs until they are Bolh rejected an of fer from a representative ot the United States department on labor to arbitrate A new development was the early today of employed at the movie houses who out until their own Former Indiana Governor May Testify in Latest Hoosier Muddle INDIANAPOLIS Sept The career of VVarren T AlcCray which spanned the distance from gro cery clerk to the governorship of In diana and then led to a cell In the fed eral penitentiary at Atlanta entered a new phase today Heleased from prison yeatorday after serving thre years and four months ot a 10year sentencefor using tlio mails to defraud the former gov ernor started at once for his home hers and the wife ho has not seen Riectert bv since cnlellns Atlaiitit penitentiary ORDERED RELEASED Hostilities Follow Mixup at First Base Crowd Takes Part reach the jes A Levine stood theCo in Ijbndoji ready to attempt to record fnr distance in Fonie depending on the fate of 1 ll Rio de IjTlli AleTncIller on confirmation y Now Betaken Frcttn Coast to Coast Hours 1 Sept mercial avialiuli n America advanceu Kicat strides totiaj which many airmen believed placet ic the fore St I must of all nations of the world jlJlWff A report from Para Brazil I Today murker the end of srovern Paui Red fern flyins from Brunswick iment operation of the air mail and also SIOUX ity KitIke to Rio de Janeiro had fallen neai the Amazon lacked Royal Windsor Gets Away f WINDSOR Sept jThe monoplane Windsor bcar HIE Phil Woodand C A Duke Schil jler hopped off from Walkerville field at a eastern standard time today on a nonstop flicjlit with Wind sor as Its objective A wreath bearing4 the words Xun was placed in the plane the inausumlion of a countrywide system aC air express the express shipments ami the mail lo be carried ir thn same planes tour privately owned airplane companies Beginning today urgent express packages may sent from coast to coast in 3i hours and from Chicago Lo Dallas in less than 12 Besides the main trunk air line Trom New York to San Francisco there will he a dally inline from Bos by the flyers us a memorial to the French flyers who attempted a westward flieht across the Atlantic Xo definite place for the dropping of the wreath been set Wife reaves Afrssmre tan New York to Chicago and I Dallas nnrl a return plane over the They plan to drop It into the ocean tame roule and a connecting line at Salt plyingbetween Hint oily and AnKcleh making connections with plnnps ot the trunk line I InmpameK hi HusmcsK The Air express and mail will y the d lias forget wn written nn Hie Diane with rbnlk by MYs Wood shortly before her husband who will serve as nnvipntor clam to his place Miss Ada Grper nf Ifcault Rte Nfarie Schillers ft presented the fliers with a toy as a flipht mascot The propeller oC he plane which ths numhers CX 1100 was spun Erl Arulligiin Wripht motor performed the same service for pl Charles A JJnrtberfrii and the jy ot Commanrier Ttichard R Byrd they hopped ore on their trans intic flights Several thousands persons who fed the field checied as the plane frde a beautiful take off and attain TO PAGE ID CITY Sent ith a strike threatening to KiouxCitys theaters a last minute agreement between theater owners and motion picture operators was reached last night The new contracts providing a five font an hour pay increase were by oivners nC nine of he 12 theaters affected Union oficials ex pected agreements with of the others theaters anrt instructed tors to remain on duly until an agree ment could he reached The new scale provides tor 95 cents an hour Decatur Men Quit DECATUR Sept j Licinns and motion picture operators severed relations with three of De caturs four largest theaters at mid night Malingers declared the situation to be a lockout the workers called it a walkout One oilier theater an that it bad siRncd an Inde pendent contract and would give per formances Thursday night with union j i Ono oC the other three managers n Inounced hat lie would use nonunion Vein ICuud ho and at the festival fiplI lnt lebtlViU i were presented with nunlber not included been received n runner was tearing down toward first hnsn jn ihe last halt ot thn eighth inning 7ie crashed into the first baseman and knocked the ball from the players hands Tho first baseman did not appre ciate he bump and accotdint to re ports he gave said runner ihe Damn sey treatment This seemed to arouse lha fighting spirit in a majority olj the nnd four or five figbLiJ started In various parts of the field Pilo lip nn 1itclicr I piled up on a pitcher who was from Charles city One of the pitchers friends came in to give a I little assistance and he laid em out with his mighty fist in one two three order it is said Soma members of the crowd which had been watchinp the game felt that they could do a lot to help matters out so they joined the groups Hint Mrs McCray and n fewclose friends planned to nieqt him One of the first things tiie former executive wanted to do was to see his grandchildren One of them now nearly three years old was born after ITcCray entered Atlanta His future he has said re mains to ha worked out i am coming he declared j J 1924 when he began serving a 10year sentence He avowed then he would vindicate lilmself and repay all his friends and associates who fared losses In his own financial col lapse There was a possibility hinted but given no authoritative affirmation tliat he might bs precipitated Into the a Eta Irs so it some nraffers that he might he called as a witness before the Marion county Indianapolis Errand jury now winding up ils In vestigation into charges of political graft and irregularities McCray should he be asked to test ify probably would be questioned about an offer of which It lias been charged was made by present governor Ed Jackson and for which McCray was to name James Boys Relate PushingMan Out of Boat Business Partner of N Y Salesman Implicated in Confession NEW YORK Sept rownlngof a 22 year old youth by wo young companions to permit his Ider business associate to collect In life Insurance was revealed n confessions held by Brooklyn po Warren T McCray former governor ofInrikuia has rained release fvtm thn federal penitentiary in Atlanta affor neivinff three yoarn anc four of 10year sentence Jm posed for using tlie to rtefraucl ca today The concessions Harry Grcenbargr obtained from and Irvins Rviblnzaut 2 Tvera said by police to escribe how Benjamin Goldstein alesman associate to Joseph vitz 4C east side hosiery dealer was bored from a rovrhoat off Coney slana last Friday and left to drown Vuthoritles said Rnblnzahls confess Ion Lefkowltz beneficlarj it the insurance policies with arrang thekilling Rublnzahl Greenborg and Lefko Word of Redfems Land ing Untrue Princess Long Overdue BULLETIN PARA Brazil Sepl report RedfernS plane ffgrocers who sell fuer Brazil hasalcoholic of Mwui hers of Noted Family Takes Place in N Y wore arrested on charges of hornl cide after a 34hour Investigation In luguratert when Samuel1 Goldstein attiar of the dead boy told h suspected foul play after the body wa iound In bay Greenberg detectives declared Rublnfcahl told him before the trio out In tha boat that lis was goingto do something to Benny and I dont want you to say If you Greenberg quoted his companion as saying Ill do tha same to Ho tnen related that aa Goldstein relinquished the oars to exchange places with Bubinzahl RublnzaW j pushed him over the r started tlif Hill bUL shut up when said c would bump me Gresnberjr and Rubtneahl their con fessions said cams anliore and re clared by vices The governor lias telegraphed the authori ties in the interujr to continue the search i By ASSOCIATED PRESS The British monoplane St Raphael and ils flying prin cess Ihis affernoon was fast dropping into the list of miss ing ocean flyers No word had come from H since a British report last night that it was well out from the Atlantic coast on its west ward flight Wireless and light house stations on the Ganadiaa At lantic coast and the Si Lawrence kept special watch last night and all clay withoiit finding a trace of the T T CAL MADE RECORD WOODCHUCK CAPTURE 25 YEARS AGO TODAY Sept js the 25th anniversary o a notable recreational event in th life ot President Coolldgc NEW YORK Sept way learned with surprise today of a second elopment In the family of George M Cohan noted theatrical pro ducer Mary M his ISyearold daughter eloped from the fanilly sum mer home at Spring X yesi Prose1 terday nnd was married nt Elkton to Xell Lltt 20 leader of a Spring Laka hotel orchestra The couple mado the trip In an auto mobile ot a friend and were married j hy Ilio Hev Irwin V Wagner paslor of the Klkton Presbyterian church The elopemnnt was a surprise to members of the Cohan family In 1921 Georgette Cohan a daughter by tlie theatrical producers first wife Kthel Levy now Mrs Claude Gra homeWhite eloped with J William I Souther a member of tho Now York Stock Kxchange who died In 1925 A ported tjielr companion had bien ac cidentally drowned A quarter century ago when he she married William H already congregated and macllellr Inw in be he Xational Ait1 iriTual Aiitransport transport the Hip By Robert Quillcn I know it looks sncakin but Tve snvcr up seven dollars an forly fcnls Iliai Pa don11 know notliin in p Air trnnsport and the Western Air express Officials of lie companies expressed opinion that the npw system pul America well nliead of other countries in rnninieruml aviation IjUropean countries it was acknowl edged had far greater systems of air passenger lines tlinn this country altho notliinp liko the counlrywide nir express service inaugurated licie today but those lines were operated Uvrsely liy government subsidy America on the other hand is now rporalinjr they pointed out a great system of dual tnai ind oppress plane aiul the business is beius run like any other commercial cnterpjisp standinc on ils own financial feet Express company expressed jibe belief that thn air express would justify ilsoir commercially from tin very becinninE nnt would prove n hoiin to business wherever time is j money Rates hy Quarter Piunitl j Tlie for tJirj new express serv i ice frnrn 17i in 75 cents T niiar ter pound of nnt more than inches according to liie distaiue th shipment is sent There is a minimum charge nf SI nnd extra chniprrs are i marie for light and bulky paokapes I Uchnically knoun as balloon I Packages cannot be more than pounds in weiciit valued at nmre tlinn nr contain explosives animals will nnt lie ace ptcd Levines New Pilot Is Bound by Contract to Imperial Airways LONDON Sept tern poiary obstacle to Charles A proposed transAtlantic night ap peared today when the imperial alr announced Hint hey had a con tract with Capt w G Hi rich ell fro whom Levine selected to pilot the airplane Columbia and would require from for releasinir llinchcliffe it Is unclcrstoort iijdicatetl that ho thot this HIIIII excessive hat offered to underwrite a insur ance policy on Hinchcliffr The tmporial airways explained that it would thnt amount to rain minther pilot In voplacn Hinch rxprrfcncfi ntirl value nnd punches one the tha rofl that llisU Moxico Anobsirver who stood lt lls timo cnr Tp was from whom slie was divorced their words tiUur said nnd wutclieil the fighlM said thnt the hall field looked like Nicajagua with a bunch of smali hut earnest revo lutions all the sriine time Is Oiofficfal As far as can lie determined there were no serious Injuries Tho Rtuld team won nn umpires do clsion over the Rochford nine It was an unofficial Shell Jtnck Valley bnse ball lengun game and the victory will have nolliinpr to do with the standr ings in the league Maiy Colin n Is the oldest of fioorge Hiimpshire Gnzotteof Sept I folinns three children hy his Keconct 11102 thus records nis success In iwlfo who wis Asnes Xolan ot Bos IioniRly old Kew sportr on She gijiduatnd laijt spring Calvin Coolidgo lias returned from j from Maryniount school a Unthrilic in his annual woodchuck bunt in his at Tnrrytown X Y Sho is live stale Hrbroke the rirorcl musician nnd inherits her fathers tiiviup Jl fine looking and Expect Large Number to Attend Belmond ScHool RKIMOXD Sept for in the Incal high sehnol I has h3pn held the past two days J Hazel V Meal hisft school principal reports a largo high school j enrollment f Will Rogers Kept finished taking scenes here in Washington for a movie of the old stage play lloyts A Texas it was the story oC a man elected lo Washington on bot votes We aro bringing it up lo date by not changing it at all Jn the stage version ho didnt know what lo do ivlien ho got in congress That part is allowed to remain as it is Jle used to play jioker more tlinn legislate Thats left in There was a little diinixlnK among the members that time For correct detail in our modern version that has beep allowprl o remain In Tours for government hy the people Congressman 31 ROGERS Burlington Muscatine Railroad Will Appeal Rail Commission Rule j TJES MOIXRS Sept Burlington Muscatine nnd Xortli western railway is expected to appeal from bo decision of the slate rail marl yesterday fixing the rale on switching at n which compared with a frirmor rain of a cent nnd a half per hundred Hounds One member of he commis sion B M Richardson pave a dissent inp opinion holdins the rate should be Xo decision was fdvcn in the con troversy the Cbicngo Rocl Island and Pacific and the B M arid relative to the request of the Rick Island for permission to cross Ihe R M and X tracks It IE understood the Roclt Island is so xiUis ficd with ihe rats decision that crossing controversy will not he i raised unless theexpected appeal by the B A and X W Is made i Col Lindbergh Leaves Denver for Pierre S Sept Charles A took off at i ja in his of St Louis for j 1 Pierre S his next stop in his ermnlry tnur in Ihp interest of tho advancement of ivtntion THE GLOBEGAZETTE OFFERS RECIPES FOR SUMMER DRINKS Iced tea lemonade and orange jirtce aro the popular summer drinks They are always cooling and TUit there are other long cool drinks of summer time that are anally delicious Try a few rf tbrs following incl see if they do nol soon become fnvorites niacklicrry luincli lemnnndr rhubarb punch Red Cross coclitnil fruit tingrr rnminn fruit puticli lemon tm lognn berry punch pineapple julrp riirections for these iliinks are containnfl in thr OranKfi nnd IjCinon TSooirlet which our rnrnrrnalion Bureau lins for distribution Order your copy today Please address your communications to WushlnEton U than to Mason City I lirctlcric J Masliin Director J i The Mason City GlnlicGnzetfe j Inforination Ktireau love for the theater Takes Seat on Dynamite Box Then Touches Off the Explosive w v Sept Seating himself upon n box ot dyna mite Anrty Andrews loiichert a mnlch to tha explosive and blew himsylf to last jilfflit at in the Aniherst Coal The explosion wrecked four rooms nf llio mine clubhouse where Andrews lived roommate entcrinR tho room as Anrlrews lighted the match narrowly escaped denth nflci n futile cfiovt to prevent tlio Riiicirlo nosponilcncy over tho loss of stnlcn from Andrews while 1m slept was believed the cnnno of hta act i n c I enclose herewith four renls in stamps for 1 copv of the t OKAXGF AND LEMON noon Street 7 Xnmo Slate Man Held in Oregon Said to Fit Description of Streator Fugitive STREATOR Sept Authorities bore Joriny wero word from ivbero rt youth said tr fit Ihe description of llaviy 73 Hill sought as Hie slayer of his mother wns lindor arrest as a Corvnllis authorities said thn sus pected youth tallies with the descrip tion of Hill altho slightly shorter than the height Rivcn for fugitive ynuth They said lie Jim ninm of lames Parker and claimed he wns a Chicago metal worker FoiThird Straight Day Persons Attend Des Moines Fair DBS MOINES Sept the third consecutive day and tho fourth time during the exposition the attendance at the fowa state fair yes terday exceeded people Only once last year dirt more than enter tha ground Tim exact count at the turnstiles The appearance of Clarence Cham 1Tlin Ihn which Inspired LONDON Sept the air ministry at 11 a ni jui nuUiin had tieen heard ot the progress of trip monoDlano St Raphael sinca around midnight 7 p eastern riaylirht when an official message h Ilevert from some steamer reported the plans golnp strong The position j was not stated Thn official adder that they hoped to have some news pretty Nelther nor fhe Marconi wireless company had nf Ihn picking up by any ship of such a messase as lolci hy tho air ministry All Niijlit Vigil ST JOHNS N Sept Oawn on the Newfoundland coast hrot no sight or word tho plane St Raphael in which Princess Lowen steinWortheim and her two escorts nre tliefr way across ths north Atlantic A light east wind vras weather was dull and overcast and visibility was low Llphthonse whn acting on orders had kept a cease less viRil thruout nlKlu renewed their cffortR as he hi lanil The cliiiin nf federal lions whicli had bPPn inner PFpn for I lie occafiion rcpiuipd thai no word from tha pinna hurt hopn p this in MselC was regnrdetl ns iiuimiml Rinco the hi was on n coinso tint fra quented by trnnsAtlantic stoamship RaJn Causes Halt in National Doubles Play at Brookline Club Court ns it rnced toward the mnin sepl matches In the national loublcs nnnls touinament at ths Cricket rluh ner post poned today until owins tj hugo oulpouring j Amelia Bingham Veteran Actress Dies in N Y XKW YORK sept Amelia BitiKbam vclorun cliod today her home on lllvcrsidn drive of pnstimnnlH Kim ifi old Miss Binghani managed to sot to lbn window I oiil ivir rlic Jlurl son rivor view she loved Tho effort was almost rjiupji nnd she hrot back t hrr hedsltle I nni afrairi we said lf hrr nnl tbritls nfindied Flor MIM Minn Leslie wns also at inn bcdsido OlobnGazelte woathor figures hour poiiod ending at 7 a m for i to S7 Miniinnm G2 At 7 n m ASfiat a wonrlof ful riy for ripen ing corn And lo o m IDIIST similar Tho wind v ns in ihe outh tho sin wa in full rontvol nf i bo sit uai Trick Krost rnn nriup on in i hut hrcilainly in sijht this POOR By Clnuicle Callan Emnin losl her first liiishainl rnlafhcs said she wore mournin a long limn horniisc it wns becom fn lo slnu ve known It Y   

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