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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 2, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS NElVSiAPEK Final Edition Edited For the Home AND MASON CITY VOL XXXIV FIVE CENTS PER COPT ASSOCIATED ERESS LEASED WIKEREPORT IOWA WEATHER Generally fair tonipht and Satur day somewhat cooler in extreme portion tonight UXITED NRWS SUPPLEMENTAlT SERVICE NO 281 OCEAN FLIGHTS SEEN AT GLANCE is BYSMALLFIRE Fog Sends Sister Ship Sir John Carling to Land in Field BULLETIN BAGDAD Senl Pride of Detroit round j the world plane arrived nt Bagdad at p m ST Sept L Wind sor ivlll not lie able in hop off he five oclock this afternoon oniitjr to newly discovered dam age to the tail skid Pilot Scliiller iveiit io Montreal Rhortly before noon obtain cw pnrts of the tail sliiil XYiNpSOK Sept Themonoplane Royal Windsor en route to Windsor Castle here was forced down in a field tweeri St Johns and St Jeans last night and tuvuilert an opportune ity today to take for Britain ac cording to word received here by Justus Miller backer flight Mr Sillier who received a tele phone call frtim YUuke pilot oC the plane shortly after it was I forced down a friction fire mid hlanedid no damage but that Ihe i skirl was loosened by the landing country blacksmith repaired the the ship was made ready jtor the hop off Stayed in Fa rill House PhiJ x neiti Pressed the would encounter little iifficulty gettinp away today The BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS IiK BOtJRGET Fraiice Glvon anil Pierre Corbu hopped oft fop New YoiIs hi the biplane Blue Bird nt a toflay Paris time and returned because of fog CARIBOU monoplane Carlinp with Capt Terry Tiilly nnrt Liout JamcR Medcalf about 7 oclock last night ensteni daylight time was forced down by fog in the township of Washburh near Caribou on a from London to London EUR ST JOHNS mono plane Royal Windsor piloted by Schiller and Phil Wood was forced down about 0 oclock last night eastern daylight time in a flisht from Windsor to Wind sor Eng OTTAWA monoplane Sf Raphael carrying Princess Capt Leslie Hamilton and Col Frederick F a flight from Upavon In Ottawa is missinff S Brock nnd d Edward F Srhlee obtained peiinission to fly over Turkey in a hop from Con stiintinople to BaRdud on their romu the world flight in the inonn lilnne Pride of Detroit SAYIHAT Chicago Man Puts Guards at His Home Sacco Sympathizers Demand Under Penalty of Death lii m iliisna 1 m an Offa c has surrounded his For est iTome with armed guards police said today following receipt of ied provides several smooth tineat oCdoath before Saturday night lurfaced ground fitted for an emerr unless is paid to the extortion recalcitrant lists delay the Tlie enpy rumvavand only ivinfls were expected to last strong were htowJng but a study of weather maps here there would be milder tyeather today Schiller was undecid das to whether a stop would be made nt Harbor Grace Newfbunrt Iniid f weather prevails ho missive demanding the money wan signed a Saoco and Vanzetti K to attempt would be made tofly direct from St Johns lo Wind sor Castle BROCK AND SCHLEE LEAVE FOR BAGDAD rk turned the letter over tiostoffice inspectors i suppose the letter came from a crazy he was quoted bythe Hernht ami Kxaminer ns saying but I firu taking reasonable piecautions I have established a day and night giuirtl at my residence anrt liave em ploycfl n personal Ifrxlyguarri IncS ricntally I dont mind admitting titat I am carvying a pistoL Commission Attempted to Make It Blanket Rule Claim Mrs HelenSchultz Brewer head of the Red Ball Transportation company returned to Mason City Thursday eve ning with her husband Don C Brewer following the hearing at which she was found guilty of contempt of court at Des Moines The whole cause ofthe second hearing on the contempt charge was the fact that the commerce council conceived Ihe idea oC making tlie in junction issued by Judge Lester Thompson broad enough to cover all ticket the bus stated Friday morning Immediately after the hearing Monday when our case was dismissed the commerce council sent lit inspec tors to follow nil our busses in an efort to get some technical violation on us Getting rumors that they were out ivo immediately lowered all othe excursion rates we had including those between Nevada Colo and Hnbbard Covered Ames Rates Only When we were cited for contempt and appeared Monday ths injunction as literally taken was made to cover only the rates between Ames and Des Moines bonil Vnlcli the judgore quired pending further deliberation on he matter was posted by Mr and Mrs Brewer 25 minutes after the judges decision it was stated Judge Thompson ordered Mrs Brewer held until the next term of court under bond Ht Have her until 2 p to furnish the bond and show proof that she is now comply ing with the terms of the injunction or go to jail LTnder the law Judge Thompson could have sentenced bet to pay a fine of from Jl to and to CONSTANTINOPLE Turkey Sept American round tht vorld plane Pride of nelroit hoppcrt at orclock this morning Thealrmen William P Brock and Etii ward n hoped to reavli Bajr Contracts Awarded lOt dad about miles from Ccnstaiv by in Ihe afternoon The Pride of Detroit was held here Riore than a day by regulations re consent Ihe general staff af ngora for the flight over Turkish erritory Official permission was received late last niffjit and this morning like a bird1 freed from bondage the plane Parted from the Yeshilkeuy airdrome wared over the gray minarets of Stomboulo and soon was but an or inse splash in the mist over the goldj s n horn company of Albert The plane faced a difficult rtrossins sivfn tlie with a if the mountains of Asia Minor and i for l ln e desertregions of Aleppo Syria viit weather reports he hoped to reach Bagdad J lie rak before dark agronomy They were to make a rietaur of ISfi alao lel nlles around Ihe Flack Sea const to jjrolv UllllJ T i the work iflfie at Lsnud struction of Projects Costing AMRS Sept for an and rfn Rgroiiomy building for Ihp Iowa State college Iiave leen awarded it was announced yesterday The inseetary to be used liy the en f i Iowa insects and rodents will cost rtsy Jn jail Mrs Brewer was charged at the violating a temporary re order issued liy Judge hearing for the second time within a we els of straining Thompson Nov J5 The specific charge was that she sold tickets over her lines between Nevada Colo and DCS Moines at reduced without obtaining permission from the board of railroad commissioners Finds Her I think this llille woman is guilty ot violating tlie Judge Thompson said at lie conclusion of thfl evidence late yesterday afternoon Tho pcnelty for such an offence is nominal however that it means practically nolhinp 1ni going to compel Mrs Brewer to furnish a bund 11 f and to show evidence that Mic is now complying with my former TO PACir 15 MISSING OVER OCEAN WASTES ing Sealchine parlies are heinc organized to hunt for the missing monoplane Sf Raphael shown above c rincBss LinrtnstcmWertheim passenger nnd pilots Capt Leslie Hamilton left inset and Col F F Min it The plaiin loft Upavon for hifnivn Canartii and la now morn than 24 iiomsovordue arry chln The Rev A E Fish Is to Assume Congregational Pastorate Sunday OSAGE Sept Rev Fish iiewJy appointed minister A E the Congregational church Jjeie will be installed Sunday In a series of serv ices lastingthruout the day Prof Sawyer and Ihe Ttev B B Frye of the M B church and the Rev 73 Huelstcr of the Congrega tional church Blkhart take part in the services The Hcv liuel flter vns formerlyof Mason City and is a speaker of considerable note The Rev J Richmond Morgan pas tor ot the First Congregational church of Waterloo will bt the main speaker of the evening chosen for the He Is the minister stain sermon before the conference of CongreRa tional churches next year nt Amps He will spenk on TJie Pulpil and the Among other speakers expected to i hero are Alvn B Loyejoy well tnown attorney ot Waterloo Bon Swisher and Georgo Pike both Wat rloo lawyers Roper Lcavitt ot Cedar Falls and a number nf others Belrhond Girl Injured in Auto Collision Near Goodell on Road No 1 5 Kepi 2 onj granddaughter oc Mr and T the the Van Davenport oC ofunconscious when for the to cost f Tnpjger compruiy iiiilding cost riding struck vpn hy Mr AUNT HEt By Robert Quillen Most husbands aiiil gof lo be about They was because nolhin heller Goldfield Man Has Flown Miles in U S Mail Service UROVli Sept J Short of Ciolitfielil near here who is in tlie air mail service lias flown miles durinjrthj past j year arid miles of it was done in the night time It is the outstanding perfonnanee amonp government aviators in the mail service and was performed with out a mishap nC any kind in all kinds of weather Some of the air mall pilots have flown a distance eauivalent to 35 or 16 times around the world The basic pay of the provernment nir mail pilot when he enters the service is a year which ig increased JiTit for every SOft hours in the air until the maximum of Is reached In adYlilioit to this he will receive 5 cents a mile for daylight flying and Id cents a mile for nisht flyliis Belmond was rendered car in which she ivas a Chevrolet sedan dri Becker or a inile and a halt north if here Thursday night on high way 5 in a headmi collision Tlie injured girl was I alien lo Bel inonri Mr IJnnlt of Belmond was Ihe first lo discover the accident which occurred vt midnight He brot the ciHire party to Goodell They were al badly shaken up cut and bruised Dr McBirnie of Belmond drove here and took Ihe Davenports to Belmond Mr and Mrs Davenport togethei with tlKir granddaughter were return ing lo Relniond from Mason Cily ivjicj the crasli came Tiipy had stopped in Garner to attend tho I O O K cele bration ilr is manager of the telephone company at Belmond Kntfrx Iowa tily Hfispital RTILKOX Sept Alhprt went lo Iowa Cily yesterday for another operation j Rogers HARRfSBURf Sepl We certainly me old lady aviator because we cant pronounce either barrel nf her name woni lessen our recep tion or She is the only person we ever of did anything If an oil lady of rim fly across the ocean it certainly ought lo muster up neive enough in the rest of her sex to i niclisrs in the face Win nnrjKRS Irwin Kirkwood Editor of K G Star Is Buried KANSAS CITY Sept Friends and nssociates including newspaper editors prominent In Kan sas and Mfcsouri fathered here yes terday to lay to rest Irwih R Kirk wood late editor o the Kansas City Star who died in Saratoga iV last Monday Funeral services umler the direc tion of the Rev Robert Nelson Spen cer rector of the firnce and Holy Trinity lipiscopal church of which Mr Kirkwood was 1 vestryman wore held at Onk Hall the family lioiue Oak 11 all with the passing of fumily will be aud on its nitn will he erected the William Rockhill Nelson gallery of art Another Injunction May Interfere With DempseyTunney Go WANT CAL TO CHICAGO Sept Petition for an Injunclbn to ston the proposecT VicayySveght oham pionshlp fight hnre Sept 23 was liled today attorneys for Wiifiam Cln menls president of the Chicago Coli siium club which once held Deinp seys contract to fight Harry Wills were turned over to bailiffs for service and notices were to be served today on six defendants Those to be served were George Getz chairman of the mayors com mittee and promoter of the Dempsey tho South Park State Athletic commission and Dcmp sey Floyd Fltzsimmons commissioners tho Chicago Attorney Is Chosen at Buffalo Other Offi cers ReElected BUFFALO N Sept Silas II Strawn of Chicago wad elected president of the American Bar association today John H Voorhecs Sioux Falls B treasurer nncl P Chicago secretary wore roclected Black Hills People Wax En thusiastic About Presi dential Joke RAPID CITY S Sept AP people of the Black Hills want President Coolidge to come and livi amongthem after Its leaves tho house and he lias admitted that thn their generosity be is fully enulppe to become a South Dakota farmer Ho was jokins when he referred In an informal speech at Nisland yestel day to the possibility of his essaying the role of a conntiy gentlemen but those folks who heard him registeret such enthusiasm that It secerned they wanted him to be serious about It 1C gifts are Indicative the Black Hills people are doing their share to the president a farmer For his mthday he waa presented with inrse At Newell he was offered I JO aero form and nt Nislanct ha iresented with n nalr of pure bred hRep which caused htm to 7emark hntthese round out Just what I ined to become a farmer In South The njoffors are ths outgrowth ot numerous invitations which the presi dent has received to make his per manent homa bore nil of which have gained wide circulation In 1hn hills In fad R week aso an unfounded re port nt Mr Coohfpr was negotiating for a South Dakota ranch spread so rapidly that many prominent Rapid City residents swore It was true Dry Officer ts Sought on Booze Charge eaves Note Blaming Politics for His Liquor Activities CHICAGO Sept Altrdd T Pouse who was elected states at orney et county three years go on an ultra dry ticket was ugitiva today from k warrant charg ng liquor law violation Five others have been arrested In nctudinE former Sheriff Efidln genr t f McHeniT county and Fostmas er N P Stellen ot Woodstock The Jthers said to be resort keepers are acob Bicker Stephen Helmer and Justen Two other warrants be sides that naming Poxise also have been Issued I rouse who disappeared Sunday after cashing an salary voucher oft letters saying he would never be back and blamins politics for Impli cating him n a beer runningprotep ion According to the government ogents Im liauor rlngr controlled all protec tion on booze running In the country ind they charged themleslng statea attorney was hoafl ot the conspiracy Postmaster Stellen and tho former ivere accused of having been Ihs collectors for the ring1 Sonny Grotnmes one ot those atll sought under thu warrants was al to have headed tha beer run nera The results of the federal Investlga tlon are to be laid a grand Jur this month and s IflictirVcr namlnsr from 40 to BO persons will b Bought Belief that the missing states a torney might kill himself was pressed by his friends He deeded hi homo to his mother Just before disup pearingand had made a new will Remorse Overtakes Remsen Bandits and They Leave Their Loot SJOUX CMTy Sept Bur Sljirs romclimca a conscience A dispatch lo the Journal from Remseii tells how tlilrvcs apparently remorseful over the theft of iii I bonds fioin thn home or the Rev H 1 Schlier Catholic priest there dropped them in the shrubberysur rounding a grotto on the church Kvounds where they were found liy1 Mrs Jliche Brucker and returned to j thA TtcV Rentier The conscientious burglar however left no Irace of J2dO in cash stolen at I the same time Heart Disease Caused I Boys Death in Water I NKW Sept Heart disease is said 10 have tlv death of 1irvill of this whose body was rocovered from tho Cedar river near Nashua Tuesday isn water was found in the j VVnntx who had been employed in for the past year was homo on it vacation and had none to or an outing at the resort i THE GLOBEGAZETTE OFFERS RECIPES FOR HOTWEATHER DESSERTS Cnn you mako liana nn ran OCR Lurkisli1 ftfloenilnlKtr iiio UiHi Possibly you dont evrn know what are Jhoso ftro umrle coni oranges unZ IniuunR other to make delight fii summer dishes Scipnto IKIH rtonion sliJitrd Hint raw fonds must form tut of the difit in onlor Unit tlio liody miy he The usj nf fruits is iplnaj iitpr inI wtty of insurins a lulaneotl food supply foij Ihe boily TlicTfi arR liundredR nf attvauttve ways in which they miiy lie used Any o C o n i poa d m a y 1 a v o a booklet giving nvor 200 rccipen for serving oranges anrl Jeuiona at tractively hy ihemsclvoa and in combination with other Alt that is necessary is to clii the ninil it and en close four rents in stamps I Frederii J Haskm JHrncdir J i The Mason City OloliefiareUo Ififornififion I herewith four rents J in RtninpN a copy of I In T i OKANfiK AM 10OUI i i f ShRH i X Levine Waits Weather and Woxd of St Raphael Before Starting Flight Sept Clinrles A Iovine lakes off on nn at tempted return flight to America to morrow depend very largely on the weather reports and on news rcsnrtl ing the British monoplnne St Raphel said He and his plot Captain Waller Ufllter are proceeding to this nttcrnoon to superintend the inaitillnlinn nf cntiipmcnt in their plane Ihe Columbia TRIKE LOOMS international Union Is Ready to Issue Call When Requested CHICAGO Sept f seeing a movie In Chicago were no brighter today as the lockout declared against union operators continued ef fective In all thealers of tho Chicago Kxhlhifors association Union officials said they were plan ning a genwal strike against nil the aters thruout the county affiliated In rlrcults or by ownership the Chi houses The HeraldExaminer said It had learned that International heads of Ihe unions had agreed to Isnua such a genera strike order whenever the Chi cago unions requested It Two government conciliators JTS terday conferred with both the ex hibitors and the union leaders over arbitration ot tins differences Ths ex hibitors expressed willingness to ar bitrate hut Thomas Reynolds presi dent of the replied There is nothing to White Beam Seen 400 Miles From New York by Sailors BULLETIN ROOSEVELT FIELD N Sept contrary vind which refused to blow rorn the west so long as the nonoplane Old Glorys crew soiifjlit to leave for Home stuf lenly swimq to that direction odny shortly after the airmen md temporarily abandoned ho transAtlantic flight As a result decision reached iarly this morning to turn tiie expedition into a search for he missing Princess Lowen sleinWertheim was partially withdrawn HALIFAX N Sept wireless station at Jape Race N advised Ihe naval dockyard here this afternoon of a message re ceived from the Dutch steam er Blijdendijk stating that 6 a G yesterday the vessel sighteda probably belonging lo an air plane in latitude north longitude wesl light was proceeding The position of n light Iliot o he nn F traveling cnsl steamer Blijcfondijk he about 420 miles cast soiilli nast of New York The time given in lie mns snge 6 a Greenwich time would corre spond lo t a m eastern stan lard lime Th in an white rplaiiB by Ihe It tho light should prove to that it the St Raphael k jgd lie ivaa far south nf that couras and EVCIT Me You keep one Thiies venture Involves Rome cant steal second and foot on Davenport Indicated thil If denied thn opportunity of being tho first to make i nonslop aerial crossing of the from lo west he would5 tltpiiinj a long record flight from Kngland to thn eist President Waves to Lindbergh as Flyer Passes Rapid City RAPID crrr s sept Piosident a So Col Charles A Lindbergh when the flew his Spirit of St Louis i over Cily today on I lie way to i Cheyenne from Pierie I ririliiiff ovoi ilio local liiijh school Building where the presidents nxecu offices anJni inla iiitd liaus The Local Weather probably lost her way ns the steamer Uio lifflit moving iway from planes destination would also b9 tlie first positJva vorrt nf the sincp shs wa elebt 1 Ireland at on Ucdncsday niier Icavhtrs pavon at on thgt Hal Search Planned 1 KEW VORK Kept rteflnfle word meanwhile Is re ceiver of ths fats of monoplane St Rajihapl Ions behind scheduls iu UK flight from to Ot tawa tlie Pokker monoplane Did Glory may sacrifice its chances ot ail Immediate tnlin oft for Roma and hop off Inie todny for Hnrhor Grape New fonndlatid to search nt nca for the overdue British flyers th runway at Roosnvclt FlslU lrenchol In yesterdays heavy down pour dries sufficiently to permit a aivl D I till Ilia nvtnlora tn tho projectni Xew YorkRortie flight will start north lo search until the fnli of th St Raphael is determined or until pro TURN TO PAOE 15 for fiver piiiurr whisllos pri iumuc weather figures for 24 i hour period nndinR at 7 a m todny flfl Minhniini Af 7 n m 58 Its a matter ot history that in the early part of Sep each year Xorih Iowa is vis ited hy a wave of w 1 r m wenllicr month is no to thr 1iile aa a glnncc nt 1 I he nhovo figiircs Inrlicnle Few nil sununfr luive recorded a lemricratuift thin Mt This morning Ihwind wits Klill in Hi sonDi the sun oh in liy t rov i Al k this aUrnoun lh jorririiil Insn I Aniii n licet pliint north of the city jslimvirl Ki Tliio wan n it npiireriahiy wurmir Ihati this I POOR PA Bv Claiulo Callan Mas cruisiioncp is lici1 ilnrns somr Iliin ol HUMP in nils Ilin linllcins in my sliiii iiifurc I fl   

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