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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 7, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWAS Final Edition Edited ror HIP Home AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES XXXIV FIVE CENTS PER COPY IOWA WEATHER Mostly cloudy tonight Thurs day with probable showers not mucn chango In temperature ASSOCIATEDPRESS MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY SEPT 7 1927 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE JQ 285 JOHNGARLING iNDSANOTHER LEGOFFLIGHT Brocks Plane Reaches Rangoon on Flight Round World Iowa Legionnaires Leave for jo Mine Chiefs Meet to End Coal Strike Union Officials and Owners Expected to Terminate Long Shutdown BULLETIN HAHROR rilArK V F 1 CHICAGO Sept c TPV stances pointing to an early settle Sept llOJal mont of the Illinois coal miners strike arrived here 8t being watched today as repre sentatives of both tile miners and coal operators gathered for a joint conference aimed at ending the sum merlong1 shutdown eastern standard time By ASSOCIATED PRESS Sir John Carling hop ped off for the transAtlantic flight from Harbor Grace Newfoundland lo London at a eastern standard time The Royal Windsor Wind sor to Windsor Eng land stailed just before clay iiglitifrom Old Orchard Maine for Harbor Grace Pride of Detroit reached Rangoon Burma a I irvlhe afternoon Bur ruese time on the round he world flight The Columbias flight from England to New York was postponed until tomorrow V The flying Whale at Cor unna Spain set tomorrow for resumption or its the Atlantic HAJTBOR GRACE sept plane Ciirllng if hopped airport hero at a today eastern itandnrd tteie took tbe aircasilv Just before the taUe oft thermos jars of coffee were put aboard The Carllng flyers had received request last nierht from Phil Wood they await the arrived of Wood and Duke Schiller on the plane Royal TVindsor before starting across trie Atlantic but they decided that in order to be sure of favorable weather it would be beter to make the start this mornins lully Is Carllng Pilot Preparations were mads at the air to refuel the Royal Windsor which was expected toreach here from Old Orchard Majne tnls afternoon Cjtptain Torry Tully Is pilot of the Carllng and Lieut James Mcdcalf the navigator The plane on Its first attempt to hop from Ont was forced back by bad weather On the second attempt sho reached a point estimated by the tivldtors as MAY BE AMBASSADOR Despite denials from both groups that an agreement already had been reached and that the session today was a cut and dried affair it wus learnecT that preparations for reopen ing are already under way at some mines Rice Miller president ot the Illinois operators and one of the main figures here for the ioint conference Is known to have broken the seal of his Hliis boro mine and started cleaning up in dicating that he expects an early settlement In addition it was learned that all engineers and electricians of the Chi cago Wilmingtonand Franklin Coal company operating two mines In southern Illinois went on duty yester day Side tracks adjacent mines are being filled with The Burlington railroad ordered 100 men employed in the Bcardstown shops who were aid off when the strike became effective to return to work today The Illinois strike involves miners and more than515 shafts most of which have been idle since Aiirli 1 when the Jacksonville agreement ex ENDS HIS LIFE AFTERQUARREL Correctionville Farmer Ac cused of Attacking Another CQRRECTIONVILLE Sept Llojd Peck garage employe to day In a serious condition as the result of an attack by William Wei Ivatsuji Dehuchi vice minister oi foreign affairs Is expected to succeed Tsuneo JIatsudaira as Jap anese ambassador to Status It Malsudaira Japans envoy is reported will gu to tho United Ambassador London as Past Week Has Been Great Ail tolowa Qorn Re port it IN Special Train Is Held While Davenport Band Catches Up CHICAGO Sept Iowas second contingent of Singing Legion naires waved goodbye to Chicago to day after a one night stop on the way to the American Legion conven tion it Paris Fully lio delegates a third of them women paraded tho loop district this morning before returning to thoir special train Another group left Chicago laft night Sioux City Fort Dodge andDavcn porl were represented in the dclcga tloji ivhlch departed for the cast at noon The Monuhan Post band from Sioux City the drum and bugle corps from Fart Dodge ami the Auxiliary drill corps from Davenport all in uni form thru downtown streets nging the Iowa Corn Commander G DecUcr French Dav onport had charge of the official train Mrs Virginia Bedell Spirit Lake tod the auxiliary women dele Rates for the most part were dressed knickers wore tin bMs and car ried drill rifles Both tlie hand and drum corps were composed o1 moro than 50 members while the womens drill corps con sisted oC Jli marchers The special train was held up a few minutes SPOT SET TO DROP NUNGESSER WREATH MEW YORK Sept Tlie bitter Irony fate was seen today in a message dropped into tha sen from tho monoplane Old Glory a few hours before ships picked up the SOS message that told the planea distress When Old Glory left tho Maine coast yesterday It carried to be dropped into the sea off New foundland a wreath in honor oC the memory of Nvingesser and Coll French aviators who attempted tha perilous westward passage nnd wore never hoard from A message attached to the wreath read Nunffesser nnd Col Ton showed tho way We Bertaurl and Hill and Payne Presumably the wreath and mes Eij5G were dropped according to plan about midnight and unly a few hours later was heard the grim SOS whlcn Indicated that per haps tho flyers were indeed fol lowingr the way ot Nunjresser and Coll in a manner they hud never meant Silas II Htrawn of Chicago la the jnowly elected president of the Amer ican Har association which met At KuCfalo X Y 22 ARE KILLED IN HINDU RIOTS Injured List 100 i When Procession Is I Attacked NAGPLR British India Sent A people arc stated by mer 20yearold late yestet day Wcimer said by officers to have DES S1OINKS Sept The 1asL week one of the wannest of the crop season did much to further fowas prospects for a corn ciop Kays I Die weekly report nf tho niid jcrop Imrcitt ot the Iowa department t agriculture About half the corn is reported to be In the roasting car stase almost 0 per cent is well dented while a fourth of the acreage is retarded as to and needs rain Reports from bureau correspondents indicate that with normal weather conditions S per cent of the corn will be safe from frost by Sept 0 lf per cctit by Sept 30 SS per conl by Oct heen temporarily crazed by litmor hanscd himself in the barn at his home four miles northwest ot here after eludingofficers Peck and Wefmcr quarreled on streets recently officers learned tho Peck dcchuffd he knew of no per cent by Oct Tiie well beyond Prince Edward island butson for the attack yesterday nncounterea such heavy fogthat they feared could not locate Grace where they had arranged to stop new supply of Landed In Hay Field They flew back over Xew Bruns wick and finding clear In Aroostock county Maine landed in a hay field in the town last Thursday nierht oC Washburn Tho flyers went to the nearby large town of Caribou in the heart of Maines great potato growing region There they waited for favorable weather reports until Monday when they flew to Harbor Grace Monday plane narrowly escaped destruction when a lantern set barrel or gasoline na In borers were icf uellng the The plane was pulled awny from he Mexican Killed by Chicago Police 3 Bystanders Wounded 15 and s average date of the first Uilllncr frost is Oct ranging from Wept 15 to Oct 15 across tbe scarcity of rain has seriously dc itcnoratcd pastures an cuns Condittons aic for theiieil ot wounds fourth crop of alfalfa and for secdj doCedar Rtver Replenished Death Toll in Real Estate Shooting Scrape Now Totals Four Sept fourth deatii from a shooting which ts a to a conference over S500 real estate transaction in a law ofUco on 44th struct just off Fifth avenue yesterday occurred to day when Robert McCIrorily flyear old Eta go manager died in hospital His death wis duo to injuries re ceived when lie was struck by the BeautifulCity Scenes Sept orful American Legion parade an nually the spectacular event of tho national convention this year will pass thru the most beautlfu scones of any city In Ilio world How ard P national commander annoinirjes following the receipt of a cablegram frnm lames F Barton mi ioiv n Paris that definite for the routt havo been made Fittingly the Legionnaires body of iclor 1 Steinberg as it hurl led from the ninth floor to the street Police said that Charles Bern stein dross and waist manufacturer nnl real estate operator the authorities to have been Iciltccl and nore than 100 injured as the result of JinduMoslem rioting here Sunday d Monday An official communiciue states that comimmal trouble broke out Sunday evening when a Mohammedan proces sion came Into conflict with Hindus Sticks and atones were used by tlu combatants and a number ot sma 1V1 dt liii city The riollus occurred yesterday Armed police and troops were callec In 3 ROME FLYERS SEND OUT S 0 S WHEN 500 MILES OVER ATLANTIC Transylvania Searches Sea Where Plane Was Reported in Distress but Finds No Trace of Three Aviators BULLETIN i NEW YOUK Sept hasty search of a 30 mile j area around the estimated spot in the north Atlantic from j which the monoplane Old Glory sent its dramatic S O S shortly herorc dawn today has failed to reveal the plane and its three omipanls The Intnl has then turned to the spot where the plane was lasl sifflited Captain David W Bone master of the GimardAnchor wireless picked up Hie S OS at i eastern slumltird lime quickly estimated the position of Old Glory at he time the S 0 S scut He seal the Tran sylvania ploughing thru rough seas and fresh and circled about Hie spot but saw nothing His account of the search was related in a lersc but graphic account to the Asso rtalcd Press find bis offices here Having searched thearea from which ibc SOS was be icvcd to have been sent Captain Bone then isent his vessel joursing thru tbe seas In the spot where the CuimrdAnchor incLCalifornia sighted the Old Glory then in the air speeding pward Rome at 100 miles an hour at eastern standard lime last night or Greenwich mean lime Cupluin Bone Hie position of Old Gloryat lie lime he SOS was sent as latitude north wcsl some 500 miles easl tiorlhcasl of the lip oi Newloumllimd The linors Lapland and Gannunia also sailing liukcd up Uio SOS and wore ruxrlicipaling in lie gsmernl search NEW TOKK Sept A wireless SOS from the monoplane Old Glory sent out during the early morning hours today when aiie was appar ently soiije IU33 accused the other conferees of swind ling him then drew a revolver and shot Cnarlea Herskovlts 3S real 05 tatc hroUer and Henry Cohen lawyep both of whom CHICAGO Sept identified Mexican killed and throe by y police bullets this afternoon aft API An un was shot and tanders wounded er tho Mexican had brandished a big knife in an apparent effort to rob a mail truck standing in front of the federal building Te police were said to have sought lo disarm the Mexican and he began slashing at them They fired upon him and their bullets felled P Pierce a prohibition agent and D McMnhuu and Joseph Kitlcoden mail yrecs degrees sibove turintil rlur lic ncok brut ane of the warmest wccljs of the yeaithere weie llcav in northern and counties on Sept f and C Sonic c was done by wind and hnii With 20 Carloads of Fish and members of Auxiliarj I form the1 line of march at George Washingtons statue In Place at I p Paris lime Septembei i Kith Tho marchers will proceed down Avenue DIcna to the Arn do Triumpho For Ilio first time that the jsuveinmcnt has allowed liuoptj or an organixation from a fnrciRii country Ui do so Tho American Legion will PJISS thru rtne of the arches of the A re do Triompho tlictt prHoed NORTHWOOD RAIN REGORDSBROKEN Cloudburst Tuesday and Later Showers Total Inches relayed to the Radio Corporation oC America was sent out at SI30 oclock Urcenwlch mean time Beyond the fact that her crew of three adventurous Beitautf James D Hill mul Philin in Ilia grip of some over the trackless wastes of water no details were given Within a few minutes of receipt ot the S O S several ships were undpr full steam towards the estimated of tho plane The Transylvania westward bound appeared to bo nearer finy other ship Tho steamer reported that she was the liner Old Glory than n awny Was 8H Miles from rianc The Transylvania Is now SI miles j course It was due over tho north At Irom tho plane and owing to the prtch panUc shin Inne tills morning The darkness It will be difficult to see Ibc j Iulhs of tho steamers and the Old rend n message from the capi tilory at the time the distress flash lain of the steamer i was received were In an area several tile same lime lie i liundreil miles east of Newfoundland California Carmania and Lapland all i presumably The first messages from the stetim T IIAMITOX Kept The Cc dar 1ivnr at was stocked with 0 carloads of bass pike and crapplcs this week The fish were tnkcn from the Mississippi at Frank UelcH was in charge of dump them and was assisted by C I ISoyalo lo Hie Opera down Avenue do la ripna to Hie Km dn Jtivoli then to TfrtrI do across liie historic bridge to rio la Cite ami disband car tho nf Xotic Dame vcslivnrd bound reported NORTH WOOD Sept auththo K O 8 At least tho Carmania and era tho radio corporation said did not cntic records were broken hy the the Lapland wore believed to be in thieive their positions Kfforts to ob ilcpth of rainfall here Monday night vicinity of oltl Glory alllio rtolfilta were made thru the cor and Tuesday As reported by localfurther away than the Transylvania porationn station at Chatham weather observer Cliailos II Not only were great liners doing thru which the first dishess reports tho fall totals inches The prcjtbch utmost o bear aid to Old worn received from tho ships during tho three hour the navy department steamer also re iifio electrical storm Monday news nf the airplanes plight to receipt ot the Old Glorys S O about S oclock wan all navel vessels of tho Ailnntic floct S A from Captain Bone inchcH Frerinent showers Tuesday It was assumed within 1 short f given out ijy the radio corporation added Inches time would he ploughing toias follows Tlio last lime a rain approached wards tlio monoplane SiHO Urocnwkh Meridian that volume nt Northwnod was on Iroromiibt in I lie minds of nil during May 17 At that time n iMoutlj the hours of anxiety was the tiiestion burst out 1 loplh flf rnln vvhollier JM CiIory had suffered lln ioiiRly stated as from four to seven same fair ns her illslarrfd sister Annual Wave of Thievery Starts at Decorah Dentists Warned TlUN TO 11 born street a half block away AUNT MET By Robert Juillcn I knosved Ilial preacher Pa brot lioinc n niod ernisl belorc got to fcalkin He cliclnl but Jtwo pieces of Will Rogers BRVERLV HILLS Sepl B Wheeler and Marcus died Happened lo know tlicm LOCTV InLlmntcly Cor 20 years Now a nmn has died in the nil the history and outoples lhat tliej generally bestow cnn rirhtly be uiicd on Mnrciis Loov as a man Ho have stood out in a legiti mate business Wheeler will be hard to He madc a strong political party with nothing1 to start out with but a caucus He was to the league what Mussolini is to Italy and what Mr Coollclgc is to the republican party The borit flfflu n man can put ui io wiy if lie our in the uf I lie fiffhl in well I IIIT Kind is out of tiift Yourc Th OM WILI ROriERK 1 DECORA II Sept Dear dental robberies has started Oaeh year mysierious enter flcntaf mill steal all of the goKI i which is on hand for dental purposes No clue has ever been discovered ay to their identity j The office uf O IShile local den tist was robbed last tiunday It suspected that the thief was ncen Icav jing one fif the offices about 4 oclock lie is described as weighing pounds being c feet tall a blue S5rgo suit and having a fad complexion Ft Is thot possible thai the robber who paid Decorali n visit may have hccn driving a with n jifornia license All nro asltrd o watch out for a visit from the j thief Rowan Farmer Injured j in Fall From Tractor ROWAiV Sept Uill Peddle lives Ilowrui mci a sfrious accident Iny with his tractor he runtrul of tlu mricbino nnd was thrown frum ibr Kent and fiomc diHtainrn in the pljwr tie pcriniih anil condlrjjn to bo critiunl THE GLOBEGAZETTE OFFERS A BOOKLET ON REMOVAL OF STAINS Perhaps you do not realize how many difforcn t lands of btains can disfigure peoples clothes It is almott f iinpopHlble for miy one to escape having food stains on clothing lime or other What would you do if you the ink bottle nn an expensive table cover spilled medicine on your best suit ruined a gown paint stains or scorched the new est linen All of tilings happen every day JSut there a remedy for every blemish you may get oit your clothing and household linens These artall listcd in a 30piige booklet with illustrations which this Bureau for distribution Fill out the attached coupon nnd enclose four cents in stamps for return postage and handling your name and address clearly Frederic 1 Muslim Director Tlie Mason Cify GlobeGazette Informalum Itureuu Washington C I enclose herewith four cents In stamps for a ropv nf the STAINS 1 Stacyville Woman Burned in Gas Fire STAcVVILLE Sept Nick May was burned on IUT face neck ami arms Tuesday morning when her bouso raueht fire from a gasoline stove at Tho bonso was dam Tigivl only in theKitchen and liie loss is covered by insiiramp inches Tho rain will help pastures some or tho late potatoes ami make plow ing easier But It was a great detri ment to the opening day of the Worth county fair were limited for there was not much Intermission between show the PI Raphael effort to fly I fie iho Atlantic with aboard Is Hnpn rrii TYcsh in mnmorv lost recently In westward course ie ago l time Po sition latitude north longitude west Have altered course 15U dreroesi in search or Old Glory Her K O S Indicates position nbout nnrth iveit tvestcrly and sea Signed era TJecauso of the Inclement f he Dallas Kpirll whieb nevrr was weather the time limit for entries was heard from after sending out an H O S extended to 9 n Wednesday Shrrfinlil I Ins Raby Kepi Aits Floyd Kdgington anmiunce the blrlh if a baby hoy horn September 1 Ifrulics at Clirticnfor Kept 7 Florence Molchkiss began hrr duties Monday in the stjliool Hog Cholera Reported in Chickasaw County HAMPTON Sept holera in this county is showing ibc effcetr of the hot summer and tbe firs quent winds according to county vet erinarians The disease i4 now break The Local Weather ing out among the hogs on numerous Iarms near New Hampton The latest portion of he conmy to be nffceted I Hint southwest uf New Hampton I Tho best preventive according tn doctors and Lcport mi shoitagG in scrum heLe on her flight over Ilio Pacific San lpranciso to Honolulu There was hope however foi1 Glory in the faet that she carried a collapsible rubber boat which could I if1 inriatecl ivern eondit ifins lut hud linppencd to tho greal siher and gold plane which slarlcil nut Kit proudly nn the first air voyage to Iho Italian nipital wan riroblema tlcal whether sho had boon foivcd ti tho inhospitable nr whether she Ilving llv tripplil i enly bo n ami two pilot Dnrhncss Hinders ncsoiie I The Transylvania reported that tho 1 planes signals were very strong a too was tbe Linic r S i TJio raptrifn nC flio in a mcssngR lo Independent wireless nt n m standard tlmcl inid Hhnl Ii1 that hour he was S3 miles from the Old j Riven by the Old Glory nml 1 n full speed Me sali the nlsht was exlrenuly was itf moon and lie would be cvpcrletxei dailc nnrt thfip roared dlffkuliy it I lie The position 1 TCISN nr TO the plane ns II It j Atlantic Liners iRush to AnicvkKti Ficct Supar roiporniion figures iKnr period ending al S a Maximum 78 Minimum fit At 8 n m f7 Preripilnlidii K Hie wind Uritt Man Iiijtirnl RRITT Sept I received a painful injury Thuisfiny wliilo uorkinr thr bridge lie His left hand was It may bp ncrossarvto nrn pulate part nf the finders BABE RUTH CLOUTS OUT HIS 48TH IS 3AHEADOFGEHRIG litltlrj HHril a mil nvrr Icfl lirld fnr his IHtli hoimcini of liir SCMMIII in tin inning of HIP Yankees ullli Him ton Inilny Tlip rap plnrrd liulM Ihrrn in fronl nf I YORK Sept 7 Rarlin Corporation nf Ameriea at 4 oclock eastern standard tlmo mornltiB announced receipt of a radio from the steamer Cnimania saying the iad nn s O S eall from the ne Tbe sleamer nlrri icported an S O fi from tbo mono piano hound from Old Orehnrd tL the adio in uounied Roth Irtimr from Kunipr on Ibis ma was fun liavfliu fltllfl Tor YnrU Sat nid Thr fiv lioiiiiii for o dork hrip rtyiiii Sliip If Old ClrilJ llUoVVrd ut l III POOR PA Uiillan r Junior iilay n Ma i Iliiil iiilly lry us siok lccidMl to Irnvul the liy niis   

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