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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 3, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS NICYVSPAlUR Final for the Home1 AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES IOWA WEATHER Fair tonight and probably Sunday nomcwhat cooler tonight in east ana central portions rislngr temperatures Sunday in northwest portion VOL XXXIV FIVE CENTS PER COPT ASSOCIATED PKESS LEASED TglRB REPORT MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY SEPT 3 1927 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS i 282 ort Princess Plane Has SEARCH Think St Raphael May Have Been Forced Down in Forest BULLETIN KARACHI British India Sept Amer ican roundtheworld mono plane Pride of Detroit piloted by William S Brock and Ed ward F Schlee arrived at Bunder Abbas from at 3 oclock this afternoon In dian time ST JOHNS X Sept received hero that the English trunsAUau tic plane St Raphael had been sighted off Labrador led the government to order all wire less stations lighthouses cus toms and other officials to in stitute a general search and to report immediately if any thirigis discovered to substan tiate thc reports Minister of Fisheries Wind sor who is familiar with Ibe lonely and rugged Labrador Movie War May End forWeekEnd Operators Owners Are Likely to Get Together for Early Shows CHICAGO Sept hopo for movies for at least two of the three laysof the weekend and Labor day holidays was seen today when the Chicago motion picture the ater owners hurriedly gathered for their third conference since midnight Thefirst conference lasted until 3 a and produced nothing After the second tho owners assert ed all negotiations hart been broken off Just what ed to the ering was not revealed Union spokesmen announced that independent theaters not members of the Exhibitors associa MISSING PRINCESS tion would reopen their houses to day tho film distributors having de cided they could not withhold pic tures from theaters which wanted them PLANUIR TRIP Long Island Feminist Says She and Male Pilot Will Fly to Europe NEW YORK Sept 3 AP Un m M the plane descended iin mediately oh reaching the coast the situation of lite flyers would be hopeless 1 He pointed out tlmt the wil dcrness of the interior is in hahiled only by solitary trap pers anda few wandering bands of Indians Colonial SecretaryDennett is directing the government ivivestigaliph of the reports NEW YORK Sept turbulent Atlantic was generally be lieved today to have claimed aa Its awn Englands Princess and her two escorts of thc air Despite rapidly dwindling hope of tho safety oC thc LondonloOttawa iwuncl monoplane St Kuiiliuel with Uie Princess LowensteinWertheim Japt LeslieHamilton nnd Col Fred erick F Mlnchin an extensive search was under way on land and sea Onlj Iwp slender clues had been received i holster the hope oC searchers The Dutch steamer BlHdeiidljk re ported that at 0 a Thursday IGreenwlcli mean time its lookout hail Bighted a white light probably from s plane about 4UO miles east south sast of New York while thc Standard Oil slcamor Tosian Wuey reported sighting a plane at p m fireen ivich mean lime AVcdncsdiiy night miles oft tho Irish coust Doubt While Ughl Hepnrt Doubt that the light sighted by the Dutch steamer was tho St RaiOiucl was expressed In view oC the distance of tho point given from the start of Iheflight and the elapsed time The position given was nearly miles from tho starting poinl and us thc light was sighted only 14 hours after ts start it would have had to travel it a tremendous speed to get there Even Chen its fuel would have been icurly exhausted Tho position indicated by he Mucy TURN TO 12 HE WONT QUIT HIS WAR POST Assistant Secretary nies Published Report He Would Resign WASHINGTON Sept Declaring that he had no Intention of giving up his post aa assistant secre tary of war Hanford MacNider has authorized a categorical denial of a statement appearing in todays Issue ot tho Army and Navy Journal that he haa tenderer his resignation to take effect Dec J Tho assistant secretary also denied that he had any Intention of running for the republican senatorial nomina tion in Iowa his home State He de clared this report was absurd be cause there is no senatorial vacancy there for four or five years I have not declared Maclviders torse denial oC the Army and Navy Journal story He added my stay in Washington will probably be regulated hy my JVTacNldera statement said this was the second time within a month this rumor has declaring that he had no knowledge of Its source or Ho was in Acw York at the time the Journals story was made public and issued his denial thru ills secretary here Tho story in tho Journal did not designate any source for the reported resignation nOr did U assign any rea son for such an action but said that daunted by tho apparently disastrous MncXlder was known to be dissatis outcome of the transocean flying vcnltlod With the budget bureaus treat Miss Mildred Doran andthc mem oC war department esuinatesj Princess nn MacNider had other woman Is preparing to essay a secretaryship flight across the Prior to that Miss 3rancos Wilson Lons Island business woman and feminist announces tlmt she has obtained a new Sllvorsky Amphibian plane in which she and a male navigator and a pilot will fly to Europe Miss GrayHon wlio married and divorced 1 13 Grayson a cousin of Anxiety is telt for Princess Lowen yloinWcrtheim passenger on the monoplane St Raphael piloted by Col FInchin and Capt Hamilton which hus not been heard from since it loft JJpavon on its flight to Ottawa Canada It Is believed the piano fell into the ocean Kcnr Admiral Cary T Grayson ex pects to hoi olf within threeweeks Her associate in the flight la Mrs Aago Ancker wealthy sportswoman and feminist ot Aiken S C the ex pense of the venture are to be borne equally by the women who hnvc formed the AnclcerGrayson aircraft corporation licld assistant since October 1025 lie had been national commander of the American Legion IOWA WOMEN URGE MRS WILSON FOR VICE PRESIDENCY DES MOINES Sept An effort to obtain the nomination Mrs Woodrow Wilson tor vice president will be made by demo cratic Iowa women Mrs E Maulsby vice chairman announced today following tho close of the womens democratic headquarters atrlie lown Stute fair Thedemocratic women arrived at no decision on a presidential candidate Sirs Wilson would grace the Mrs Maulsby said and would fill It capably Jn many ways we feel that it would be most fitting and appropriate that the office should be offered to 3 Persons in Auto Pushed Into Niagara Machine Strikes Victims Car Occupants Plunging Into Deep Gorge NIAGARA Sept today were bending every effort to locate a touringcar which witnesses say shoved three per sons to their death in Die Niagara gorge wiping out an entire family The victims of thc 1JO foot drop yesterday were Prof Floy Desmond Huxley his wife and their 7yearold daughter Kulh all of Cleveland Ohio Huxley was associate professor ot Electrical engineering at case School oE Applied Science Search for the car which is blamed tor the tragedy extended to garages in Niagara Falls Buffalo and inter mediate and adjacent points The automobile bore an Illinois license and was drhcn witnesses said by a stoul man The car did not stop after striking the smaller machine sending it hurt ling thru an Iron fence and down the Niagara gorge precipice to smash it into two parts and drop flaming into thc water iollce here say they bc Illinois car was from Bellc Parade Boxing Racei and Speech by French on Program line will form at armory and floats and cars at lailfOld 1 p will start north Washington to Third street go east to Federal and southto ar ffrjiinds p by Mason City municipal band and address by G Uccker French on lair grandstand 2 p and boxing pro gram at fairgrounds 9 p dance at ar mory State Fair Hits New Record for Attendance Aviator With Plane on Fire Hits Rain Cloud A U N T H E T My liubarl ijuillcn I thought tlml Iruinp I fed was buckin out nl yuid just to be polikiinlil T scon pnrt ill his pants the clog EL PA HO Two uses for utiUct the becn dem by Ijieut rimllio Carranza ol the late Vcnustiaiio Car former president of Mexico who csterdajr made tiie first nonstop fliRht from Mexico City to Jnnrcz Wlille flying over isolated sec tion after bn had covered about hair the milcn from Mexico City i wing of his plane In which 400 Iltreh oC was stored caught fire As Lieut Cnrranza prepitred to parachute he noticed a black cloud a rain storm was ill progress a sliorl distance off his He licnd I for the clour nm j Llie extinguished thc fire i Honored U a in Inarez night the crcntioti of a jilrink named after Col diaries A Lindbergh and himself Carranza called for ice water to drink n toast to thc American flyer Lindbergh not only hern but mine also Haiti the Mex aviator an he drnnl the lea tor lie llun tested the neyv ivink c fts LCI retain the colors of the Mexican white and green Floyd County Crops Ruined During Storm Small Buildings Wrecked CHARGES Sept ex jtremely heavy rain of almost cloud Iburst proportions accompanied by a high wind and some hall caused con siderable damage to crops and small larm buildings near here and around I Floyd and Rudd The hail fall here was slight altho in thc vicinity of Floyd to thc south west farmers reported today that their corn fielilK were flattened Silo Is Itidivi Tver A silo on tlic farm of M A Stewart uthwcst of Floyd wan blown dowi hy the wind A windmill on the fnrm of Clarence Felix three miles from Rudd was wrecked Tho rain started about oclack and lasted for about an hour Persona tills and surrounding towns scribed the rain as a literal slice of Considerable inconvenience and some small damage caused automobile drivers traveling between tlie three towns On the road from Rudd to DES MO1NES Sept Iowas 1S2T state fair established a new record for attendance officials announced after checking the days Kate receipts weather unusual exhibits and care fully planned programs lirotisht 123 031 persons through I lie turnstiles moro than attended in 3825 the best of previous years H was tho greatest and most suc cessful fair Iowa lifts ever satil secretary Arthur R Corey Southern Railway Passenger V Hits Coal Train After Going Thru Switch Yhreo persons were killed and another injured probably fatally when west bound Southern railway passenger train Xo 2 hit an open switch and swung head on Into a Big Four coai train at Francisco Jlinc Xo J Ihlj morning Fourteen other persons mostly pas rangers on the Southern train bounrl Irom Louisville lo ft wsre in jurcd Tho dead Thomas Nelson New Albany engineer on the Southern train Leonard Wilson 44 Princeton final fireman Good N K Anderson Petersburg Big Flulier 10 Petersburg or gineer on the coal Ijviin Injured so seriously that be is expected to die Proposal to Merge Two Synods Discussed xat Lutheran Meeting Sept A proposal for ilirj union or the eran synod of loiVii ivilh that of Ohio jls tho Important Item of business be fore the annual convention of the northern district of the Jowa synod now In session here The vote on the proposition is ex pected to precede adjournment Mon day The synod ot Iowa represents Floyd and also from Floyd to diaries middlpwcFtern states and consists of City many molorists were blown cliDtlils tho ditch t No One Wns Hurt So far aa can be learned today thrre AlgOlian Accidentally were no injuries Drivers were im able to see the road and many of them T SERVICE wcro forced to stop until thc storm had passed Tho rain penetrated to Shot by Boys at Play Is in Senous Condition connections and cars were stalled for man some The rain came it ought to be worth at least Tribune a the electrical of thc time The rainfall in Charles City ac cording to weather bureau officials was Inches all falling in less than an hour In the area eight miles west of Nashua Sftpt tus of Algona salesman fur tliiS John IJlauJ ana Sous company or lington accidentally shot in the head by a a tray bullet fired by boys at tar get practice Tlimartay wan still alive at noon toJfiy but his condition is critical Samp wns driving his car Rogers CHICAGO Sept Just spent the day at Dempseys camp Watched him train lie Is in great shape Ho went oik in 55 and came in In 69 Leo Flynn his syarrinpr partner went out in 4 iincl came In In Looks Mko from wliiit I yaw they will semi in lIynn iunniy iuslcad ot WILL Vours there were several straw out of town when the bullet bit him stacks trees and tmall buildings blown over There was n steady rain with a strong wind for about two hours but no serious re Mexican Road Wont Run Trains Thru Bandit Infested Area Confirmation of reports that Alfred Quimhy American rancher In Nay arit Mexico hail been caplurerl by an outlaw band and released after pay ment of pesos ransom was followed today by dispatches stiting Ihe Southern Pacific of Mexico vaflway would discontinue service in tho hamlit infested area unlcsn out Is Tho Cliiirnhy ranch is only a few from whero bandits i rcceiuly attacked two trninnof tlic I Southern Iauiiic of Mexico road Mrs C Dunn wife ot an ninerlcan j rancher living near Qiiimby unid there were about fifty men In the outlaw baud Indications thfit UKgovernment won 111 take immediate action was seen in tho by army authorities lliiit troops wore being uinvod into tlie heart of Hitbandit country from Hie state of Konora Plans for the big Ijhor day cele bration Monday under the joint ef forts of tho Mason City Labor as Ktmbly and ClausenWorden post ot theAmerican Lesion were completed by members the committee at a meeting Friday nlslit At this meeting thc reports of the subcommittees indicated that every thing would be in readiness for the parade thc address by G Decker French Iowa department command er oC the American and thc boxing and the racing programat the North Iowa fairgrounds Start With Parade The daya observance wiH start wlH it parade who are to mj will form in line at the armory a oclock Tile floats will form 01 federal avenue north oC the Hole Man ford Automobiles that are to take par 111 tho parade will form on Third struct northeast facing west toward Fedora avenue The parade will be In charge ot Con who will be marshal of thc day with Koy n Johnson as chiefof R n bo ciilc of tho first division John Gallagher of the second and T R Holman the third Police to De Escorts First In tho order ot marcli of the parade will be four policemen fol lowed by Mr Holblg and his chief of Then will come the hand while the car following tho band will be Commander French th speaker William Tohnson president ot the Mason City Labor assembly the Very P S OConnor ann P Courshon and George Legionnaires and members of the citj council Mayor K R ficlby Commissioners II M Knudson and K C Esllck anrl City Mannedr K Hopkins will rtdo In another car This will be followc TTJRN TO PAGE I Vermilion High Court Judge Dies Veteran Jurist Succumbs at Hospital After 10 Day Illness BES MOIXES Sept Weakened by it sydcleii relapse as lie appeared to bo recoveringfrom an ness oE 10 days Justice Charles W Vermilion of CcntervWo member ol the lown fiupi me court bench died at a hospital hero at oclock last night The justice who was 61 years had spent a quarter of a century aa jiiOffO in district anil supreme nou nil was ncaring I ho close of hi oxirth year as Iowa supremo justice Justice Vermilion was bvot to the lospltal here for nn operation ivheij n attack of Iddnoy trouble nasumeI crlous proportions at his home in Cen crrlllc Complications Arose follow thc operation and until OP hreo clays ago IUH family had st ressed confidence lie would recover W Born in FLYER HOPED TO ported I I Horses 2 Colts Lost When New Barn Burns BLUB KARTM Kept Eleven horses and two colts belonging to Richard Buggy livlnrr on a fnrm near hoic weio imrncd when the new barn nil the farm Wiis destroyed by a fire of Iwo buu dred of oats were burmd Tbu Blue Earth sinrl Klmorc firf coin panies responded lo calls but were un able to save the struclurf for Biff Swim TORONTO Sept Coulcy of Long Deach who fi nanced i fellow citizen Kyle aril In hia entry in Ibe Lake Ontario marathon swim staled Friday that he proposed organizing another swim marathon to be held In Lake Klsinore for a prize of WEEKLY WEATHER MiBHisMpp andIowir valleys of oasioriul showers Iciiifnraturtv nbove seasonal normal first of follower by con siderably cooler by Tbmsdrty Advertising Men of Three Stales Will Meet on Board Ship sola Kikotn and Montana ac vcrtisin men wilt hold a convention afloat vessels of the Xordiern Na visit tion company on Superior to 11 Can the various business and sr in iho Ctnlra Northwesl bf cuorliriatul nn a wmfi wliilo plan in advciiis WCStV Uill b lufori oiunfiilioii Lr tlic illstrlcl of th IntPiTiaiiomil AiKrriiHiug Assf Iialirm loiin of Miniuaiioiis iliPtriit rhiiirmaii announcou THE GLOBEGAZETTE OFFERS BOOKLET ON HOUSECLEANING Helpful hints for housewives Viomon can not he blamed for dread In tbo disagreeable task of hoiispcleaninp and any suggestions which will lighten this necessary labor should I9 welcome Tim government has sludled Mils problem of home and em bodied Ibe results of its study In a comprehensive booklet This booklet gives complete list of desirable cleaning tools nml tells about the proper materials to It about the crire of refrigerators stoves and all kimls of kitchen utensils It also tolls how to get UI of 1 musehold suei as bedbugs cickruuclics ami moths This is n government publication and our Information Bureau will secure a copy for any of our read ers who fills out and mails tho coupon below enclosing four cenU hi slumps for return pontage am handling He sure to write your iinmo and address clearly on tho lines of the coupon ami mail it di rect lo jj FrciJeric 1 Tliu Alnsoii City jlnficCiiiictto Information Iturrau I enclose herewith four cents in stamps for a copy of the HOOKMjT i SI reel t Justice Vermilion from a fam ly long pronilnerif in Appanooso county Ho was hovn at Centorvllle NTov 6 1S60 the son oC tho late Vermilion Ho studied at De Pauw university being graduated In 1SSO from tho Unl trsity of Michigan lie then turned to Centervllle and entered his Icilhcrs law office there llo served as county attorney an when his father died Vermilion with college classmate H E Valentine founder tho law firm of Vermilion Valentine and continued to practices until he way appointed to thc bfcl by Governor Leslie M in I For the next 21 years Ver millon remained a member of district bench On Nov 15 1023 h was Appointed by Gov Xathan E K dull to fill the vacancy on th fowa supremo court bench caused b thc death of Justice Silas M Weaver Had One Daughlcr rustics Vermilion was married to Claro Klolsa BiJdln of Cintervlllc in 17 and is survived by widow and one daughter Mrs 13 Simmon of Albiri both of whom were with him during htn final fllncKS The vacancy oti ho supreme bench will bo filled by appointment by Gov llammili Tho man selected by tho Iowa ex ecutive lo Vermilion will serve until tlie election next year when tbc vnters will choose a justice lo fill out tlie remainder of the Vor millon term which runs until Dec SI IM2 BY 10 TONIGHT Unnamed Wealthy Ca nadian Paid to Make Trip HULLETIN LONDON Sept A messfuje picked up by the Devizes radio station from apt F T Courtneys tvans Atlanlic flying bout this after noon said he was maUinrj for as there was loo imitli head wind lo con tinue on toward Hie Azores HULLETIN LONDON SopL wireless message picked up t Qucssant Island France rom the trawler Oiaric and olaycd by tlie lauds end ra lio station says Ihe trawler ighled a gray airplane iri atiludo north nnd longi west at m a eastern daylight Uric flying al a height of ibout 200 meters about 650 bound south KELLY MENTIONED Judge C K Kclley of Charles City who will open court hero morning is one of Ihosr whose names are discussed tnformrilly TIM possible recipients ot Ibe gubernatorial np poinlmont to fill Ihe vacancy by tho death nf Jlirlgu Cliarlrs Vermilion court justice Fri day night Others mentioned nrr Abe Kpohuk H I Wag ner Sigourney Homer A Ful ler Mount Ayr and Iirrlgo Pophani John Hnmmlll described Imlgp Vermilion ns a grpnl jm whose death wblrii SPPIIIK untimVly has resultPd in a lo Ibe people of lown In rlnp imp we prosump Dau P will announce that he doesnt to ILUcn lo thp Renntn anolher four ToIucs Tribune The position given by iht trawler is about 270 miles soulhwesl of Capt Courtneys starting point Plymouth PLYMOUTH Sept 1VT Courtney began deferred Atlantic Illght at oclock tills induing a m eastern day Uffht Lime hia Immediate destination belnff Horta Azores about miles distant which he hoped to reach by At TJorta ho will refuel fly to New foundland and tben Xeiv York He Is accompanied by JJeut Downer as navigator and R ensineer There wan also a passenger aboard described by air force officials as a Canadian millionaire who Is said IP have paid pounds about for a seat in lite plane He Is aboiil G5 j ears of age Tlie British airman mode two un successful attempts 0 leave the watei in Ills flying boat tho whale but he could not rise because of lack of wind On tho third attempt thcplane gatlv ored a speed of about SO miles an hour when a fresh brcezo caushl the winga nml the Whale scntly look tlie air Ho headed her almost directly south towards Eddystono llghtboum amid tho cheera of the crowd gath ered at tho Royal Air force seaplane base and was lost to view within n few minutes Wife Gnodlijc Mrs Courtney nrrlverl at the alt station shortly bcforo midnight and remained to walch her husbands last rnlnuto nrepa rat ions the sca plano finally took orr she clapped her nlw excitedly and cheered Iier bus hand prubahly loudpr than any ot the olhcr sDOulatjra she remained ing her handlimhlef until the plane was out of Rlfilil Captain Courtney nn Irishman by birth bocamo Interested In aviation luring tho Kuropean war and sought flyer with the Royal Air was rejected because ha a placu as force but wore lie did Kct into th nir In an auxll lary belns wounded In in nlr over Frnncf Subte lUcrilly ho tested Hnglish plancn li 1LIIX TO PAGE 12 The Local Weather weather figures hour ending at 7 a m for to Maximum 32 Minimum A i 7 n m ar Uainfiill i2 One of tho hinl est rains of the Nirally and it amntinled to a cloudburst al most in K I o y ii county drKOcnd rd late Friday af ternoon The pre feet tiulf an niarby and fall y a pt iOL wris liub this in It will POOR PA By Uallftn r so ure My uoultiirl if il t car and a lolh In look I he wu1 an has in Im of pleas   

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