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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 8, 1927, Mason City, Iowa NORTH IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIREREPORT MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPT 8 1927 DAILY TIMES IOWA WEATHER Mostly cloudy tonight and Friday probably showers cooler in northwest portion tonight and in west portion Friday UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 286 Fiswick Says Strike Is Not to Be Settled by Less Pay CHICAGO Sept Xo wage reduction wil be considered as a basis for of the mine tieup in the central competitive district Harry Fishwick president ot the Illinois United Mine Workers reiterated to day as he prepared to enter a confer ice with mine operators TliB he said lias brot untold hardships to miners and their families but they never were more determined hcpe to settle this thru some other arrangement Vtlian reducing i Eice Miller speaking for the Illinois Coal association was hope of a settlement difficulties which have kept mines closed ali summer was stated that miners are ready to make concessions relative to reducing costs thru savings in labor and the use at he said they have some definite plan 1 shall be glad to know what it is We xTyarit to open our miMes under a con tract enabling us to compete with non unlon Gonfereos for todays meeting were cHosen yesterday at a joint meeting ot Operators and miners Any plan agreed jpon would be referred to the general of operators and miners f accepted it probably would form the basis of settling the dispute thru L central competitive field World Aviation Backers Join Move to Prevent Further Ocean Flights Relatives of Brock and Schlee Want Globe Circling Trip Authorities on Two Con tinents Dem and Check YORK Sept international demand for a check on spectacular airplane stunt flighty followed today in the wajko ot the dis appearance within the last year of IS transoceanic flyers and tho death of seven men in overseas flight preparations Statements of aviation authorities in this country and in Italy and press comment in ISngland and Germany deprecated the feasibility of long distance overwater hops and contained protests against allowing aviators to fly into foolhardy adventures The reaction against spectacular flying became evident when six men and one woman were lost in the DoIetransPacific derby and was emphasized with the disappearance of the monoplane Old Glory in the north Atlantic yesterday Guggenheim Protests Protests have been heard from the Guggenheim fund for the promotion of aironautics weather authorities here and in England newspapers in some of the leading cities of the world from William Hearst backer ot the Glory flight and of the Golden Eagle in winch two men dis appeared 111 the Dole derby and from friends and relatives of William S Brock and Edward F Schlee who ace a hop across the Pacific before the end their around the world Harry Guggenheim president of the Guggenheim fund said Lindbergh was not stunt flyinpr because he was blaz inj a new trail but come or those who followed him were stunt dying and aviation would be at least as well oft it they had never The way that future stunts will be stopned is by the public itself It is the only way that progress will uot be stopped For we must not for get that the spectacular of today is the commonplace of tomorrow The federal government should have greater authority than it now has to be exercised thru the depart ment of commerce to see that every airplane is licensed The mere fact of s nonstop flirht from America to Eu rope especially he said demonstrates nothing except the ad courage of the flyers since similar long flights have already been made over land showing their possi Berlin Jnins In Protest Berlin newspapers said so many promising lives are jeopardized by toolhardy sporting that the time has come to abandon the TURN TO PAGE 22 Sept Miss Margaret Bureti lett IVedhesday night for Ash Tvhereshe will teach school next yeiir On the she expects to spend a veck in Portsmouth Ohio slie taught during the past years OF HEAT IPOL1CE HOLD IN CHICAGO HILLS FRIEND Cities of MidWest Swelter j Little Rock Youth Is Being in PostSeason Samuel P Haglund Helped Ofganize Three of Towns Banks STVEA Sept funeral ot Samuel Peter Haglund tool place atthe Harrison township cemetery this afternoon in the First Methodist church Mr Haglund was born in Hasen county Rniiiland Sweden on Sept 13 JS51 He came to this country in ISfiS and resided in Xew York City until ISSO at which time he moved to the middle west and hot a farm near Swca City He was one o the very early landseekers in this part of the state I He was a farmer until ISSO He I jtlien gave up active farmiiiK and cnj jtered the mercantile business He second store in city Ffwhiehls now the oldest building Tno years after coining to Iowa he ras manled to Miss Augusta Andei on and to this union were born three isons and one daughter His wife passed away on Sept Mr Jiaglund is survived by three sons one one brother Jat Nprwick and one sister who lives on the old homestead in Mr Haslund in his active life was Instrumental in the organization of the throe banks InSiren City rfhrl was first president of Savings Sept men died here following prostrations and countless thousands yesterday as a postseasonal wave blanketed middlewestern ami Great Lake states The mercury rose to SC in Chicago three degrees less than the previous days recordbreaking S3 Oklahomrf City hiffh tem perature ot 94 and Evansville and Wichita reported 32 While city dwellers fussed and fumed in an atmosphere that was hot and farmers were jubilant predictions continued warm weather most cf the states in Uie com belt met with their unanimous approval Due to tfi unusually lale planting nnd continued inclement weather thruout the summer the corn crop is from three to five works behind its nnrmnl srowtb but with HIP wriillioi of the past few days the crop is ox poctcd to mature rapidly HET By Robert Quillen Folks dont never go crazy about religion if they get out an practice it in stead of studyin about it so Closed Osage Bank Pays Another Dividend OSACIE Sept defunct Mitchell County Savings bank which was closed a year ago in October paid another dividend of in per cent Afon day This makes a 70per cent divi dent that has been paid in all Ashes of Brother of Osage Women Received OSAGE Sept urn contain inp the ashes pC the late John aiier was sent to Osage Sept fi for burial Mr Whitaker was a brother of Mrs E Owen Will Rogers BURBAXK Sept good people of Dakota offered to give Calvin a farm It he would live on it I wouldnt advise you tp give those people too much credit for generosity There is not a farmer in any Stale in the west that wouldnt he fflad to grive him a farm If he will paint it fix up on the fences and keep up tlie scries of mortgages that are on it and if you think Coo lidge aint smart you just him not take it Yours JIOGEHS P wasnt a philan thropist that made him that offer that was some comedian Questioned in Murder Case STREATOR Robert Honoytititt ot Rock who left SUealor about the same time as Harry Hill was taken into custody by police early today fov questioning in connection with the In vestigation 0 iii0 staying of Hills mother Honeycutt returned here From Chi cago and appeared scryuised to learn that officers wished to question him He was understood to have been only a casual acquaintance Hills The two young men however at the Plumb hotel nt the Aug 12 and lo Mrs Hill is believed to have been slain about that lime States attorney Russell Hanson was notified at Ottawa at Honeycutts detention and immediately started far Ktreator to conduct tlie questioning1 RUINTRACKS Cloudburst in Benton Coun ty Causes Some Crop Damage CEDAR RAPIDS Sept clolidburst early today at Blairstown Benton county washed out a section oC ha Northwestern railroads oast bound track ft nil is believed to have done considerable tiamnge to farms in thp vicinity The ruin sent the Iowa river out of its banks Tlailroad tiaffitf main tained by boing roijtcd over uost of the Xartluvestern m n i n I i n e which re m a i n e d Intact Blairs town was out of communi ca tion with the rost of the world with telephone wires down Belmond People Still in Bed After Accident BELMOND Sept and Mrs T A Davenport and granddaughter Kuth are still confined to their beds following an auto accident which oc curred Tuesday night north of GoodeJI when their car was struck by a car driven Becker of Ruth was unconscious until the folio wins day Mr Davenport has two frac tured ribs and bruises Mrs Daven port is recovering from shock and inJnor bruises Mr Davenport Is man of the Belmond Telephone com pany An executive s one who knows what should be done and Jets George do it JNlarlison DcmnrraC Geneva Delegate Claims Big Powers Direct Policies GENEVA Sept re volt of the little states against what is characterized as the great power domination of the league of nations was renewed in the assembly meeting today when It was learned that the Polish plan to outlaw war had been whittled down over night into socalled Platonic idealism C J Hambro president tho Nor wegian chamber of deputies put the powers the league and the world leaders on the griddle this morning He declared that his whole cabinet wasdisappointed in the failure of the league of nations to agree on mamcnt Settlement The statesmen of a few powers In the league be continued often set tied ciuostipns in private and public discussion in the council afterwards was a mere formality He said that the small nations all are waiting and wondering what the leading nationsare going to do about disarmament One difficulty he remarked la that there are too many diplomats at the league meeting and they are riot in favor of The speaker criticized the big pow ers hepaid was apparent disposition to tJie good jobs OL the league secretariat In a scathing attack on what he declared was the secrecy of the coun cil Mr Hambro charged that a su preme council which really was run ning things and was confined to big had grown up in the league council He said thathe doubted whether this development in the league wns engendering peace thru out the world Hnmhro Wants Change Emphasizing the great interest on the other side of tho in the move to outlaw war Mr Hambro made an appeal that the league should be run in such a way that no great power could long remain outside Another speaker who expressed the belief that the league was being al lowed to drift backward was Premier Voldemaras of Lithuania He pro posed the neutralization of the Baltic states as one means ot guaranteeing the peace of Europe Nicholas Politls oC Greece defended the council MISSION TO EUROPE BONDS STOLEN IN UL FOUND Chicagoans Attempt to Cash Securities 2 Men Are Held CHICAGO Sept five hundred dollars worth of boiids stolen in Cedar Rapids In were Included in tho worth which Albert Blair known as the Ala bama Kid and Ambrose Krier a liab erdaeher attempted to dispose of here 5esterday The men wore arrested wJien they offered q Chicago banker i commis sion of 20 per cent to dispose ol tlie bonds The hanker found the bonds were stolen and notified the police I51air nisi is known ns George S Brings and James Smith Included In the bonds were of Cedar Water company pa per f worth of Penik ft Ford wnrth of Ico com pany all taken in tho burglary of the Jncraham Dixler Mortgrase com pany at Cedar Rapids in D2G Ellen Tiitton Palmyra above an American coed is beins sent by Lawrence coltege of Appleton to the University of Geneva in Switz erland and the University of Paris to study liabjts and customs of European students 1S12X She will report back in ROBBER MAKES AN EXTRA TRIP TO ROB BANK MADISON Sept Unsuccessful in robbing the SoutVi Side Stato bank late yesterday a SGIWr robber tortny met Teller Kay Thurhung jva the this morning and forced him to hand over He escaped from the southern edge of the city in a sednn JMr Thorhangopened the bank nt S a m When he opened a small hall way door before him stood the youn bandit who Wednesday fled from the institution after unsuccessfully hold ing up the toiler Murphy Takes Lead in Western Open Golf Tournament Hawkeye Legion Paris Bound Received by High Officials BY STAfF REPRESENTATIVE Sept which lined historic Pennsylvania vvenue for two miles from the capitol to the Army and Navy building wit nessed tangible proof this forenoon that Iowas claim to fame doesnt rest solely on its tall corn Headed by the national champion band from Sioux City and with two other national champion organizations Davenport Auxiliary drill team ind the Fort Dodge drum and the line of march Iowas major delegation of almost 300 per sons to the American Ijegion convon ion in Paris passed In review before ho summer residents of the national capitol city Received liy Officials At the steps oC the Army anci imildLns overlooking the Washington monument the Hawkeyes were re delved by Secretary ot State Frank KoiloKR actlnjfor President Coolirtge of War Bavins General C P Sunimerall chief ot staff General Hanson E TSly formerly of Independ ence president coHeRe liencra C M McKlnley i for merely of Panora i I of OLYMPIA FIELDS CHICAGO ept of the course kept most scours comparatively high among the early finishers in the first round of the western open golf I championship at Olymphia fields to day altho the weather was perfect Eddie Murphyof Chicago took ratlccl for almost four miles tlmi tho Cicor of tho army and assistant secretary of war in charge ot aviation As tiie camera was doinj its fina clicks rain began to descend and the Towans fell out and made their way back to Union station by taxi and street car to resume tho journey to Xow York at 11 oclock a m They will sail Friday afternoon on the Celtic for Cherburpr Franco State I5eclcer French of Daven port had sent a mcssnfte ahead asking I hat Colonel Hanford MacNider as sistant secretary of war extend the formal greeting to the Hawkeye delc ffation hut MacNidor was at the sta tion to meet his fellow buddies from tho old liomn state and Insisted upon taking his place in the line of march Stock Joins Marchers Senator Dan Steck who will join he lowans here for the trip to Paris wns it the station too and marched with the crowd Mr MacXider was in charge of tho advance arrange ments and nothing1 was left undone In Chicago Wednesday afternoon the Iowa gang assembled at the B and Fast Moving Electric Car HitsJSwitch Evansville Special Was Traveling 40 Miles ah Hour at Crash EVANSVILLE Sept received by at least 56 persons who were passengers aboard a Dade park race track interurban which crashed thru an open switch into a line ot heavily loaded freight cars last night were beiner checked by railroad officials early today persons were killed In tho wreck and at least five more were in a critical condition The lull extent of the casualties was undetermined because the speed with which the injured persons were treated at the Walker hospital where all the available doctors the city were called to administer first aid No charts were made on the vie ims Coroner Pushes Probe Coroner Max Lowe likewise was nishlng an Investigation of the vreck Otto Lloyd a block light ex pert who had worked on the switch shortly before the accident admitted o several passengers in the car that te had failed to properly throw the switch according to depositions in the of the coroner The car was traveling nt 40 miles in hoiir when it swerved from the main line into the switch and crashed nead on into the box cars Thosa seat ed near the front of the car wero the most seriously Injured Tho mo tonman was killed instantly and two other persons were fatally hurt Not a seat In the wrecked car re mained In position The Jtmses wera tornjoose and twHtea tht floor and the lion frames ware crumpled by the Impact Out ot this mass the passengers were extricated by rescue workers Cars Pelny Ambulances Hundreds oC automobiles returning from tho races it difficult for ambulances to hear the injured away Company officials refused to corn men on stories from thn victims that tho brakes wore unable to stop the car attho at least 61 yards separated it from the box cars when it hit the open switch porary lead with a 71 finished with a par eoinp one above perfect figures on ln hp nine with a 37 lohnnv V1 thft nml crowded thn office windows along the second nine with roll of Xew York official Hoau Brim nir1 ot I he links playing with rotis took Don Xarrfck Canadian Amateur titleholder took 71 on 1 whiln Knimott 1Yonch of Southern Pines X had 75 Rob MacDonald oC Chicago good 72 while his partner Brady of Xew York took 75 Jiudy Knepper Ciiicagon took of march The Iowa sperial loft I promptly and kept uIf arriving here nt oclock this got a Mike I Depositois of Closed Rockford Bank Will Be Given Another DividencJ noCKFOUD Sept First State bank has announced a distrihu lion 20 per cent to holders or three year time certificates This in in con nection with settlement of affairs of closed Kockford State bank The total now paid Is 70 per cent Becomes U S Citizen MEnTDEX Sept Louis Kid Kaplan former feather weight champion ot the world outstanding contender for honors in the Ilshtweitrht class was accepted aciii7on of the United States In urMizatlon court Wednefrlay Kaplan wjm born in Riusia THE GLOBEGAZETTE OFFERS A BOOKLET ON FRAME HOUSES Building permits are never issued for air cnstles Be a real builder Dont JUKI dream nbont that new home riot busy with plans and watch the building take form in wood briuks and mortar Around the home is centered everythingmost worth family pence and deep contentment You can not affoid to be without a home ot your own Our Washington Bureau is ready to ale you in tlie selection oC plans It has for distribution a booklet containing exterior views and floor plans ot 30 frame homes adaptable to any section ot the country Enclose six cents in stamps for return postage and handling In filling out the coupon be sure to write your namfe and address clear ly IYcileric J Haskin Director J Tiie Mason City Glohefinzctto i Information Bureau I VVashhiRlDu II C j T Hiclusc herewith SIX CENTS i in stamps ir ruin for a J ropy of lie booklet KRAME I t HOUSES Street Xamo City Slate I Negro Had Locked Officers in Cell While on In spection Tour Bertaud and Hill Should Have Reached France at Midnight BULLETIN BELFAST Ireland Sept 6 oclock his overling British summer time was understood here to be tlis limit of the time hat the Sir John Car HIIRS Ras supply would last no whatever had been received concerning the whereabouts ol the nlrplnne Hepnrts from various points In Ireland sniil that hi view of weath er conditions there were fears for the safety of the plane Expectations were that Ihe plane irmild reach the wcsfern coast of Ireland at 11 a London time BULLETIN NEW YORK Sent William Randolph Hearst Ilia publisher backer of tho Old Glory flight today offered a reward of to the captain ant crew of tho ship lint finds the missing flyers NEW YORK Sept for the survival of the intrepid crew of tha monoplane Old Glory sank today The time Bet for to spin tho ocean on her way from Old Orchard to Komfl passed with no news of her whereabouts or the fata oC Pllols Lloyd Bertaud and James D Hill and their passenger Philip A Payne managing editor the CAT Sept Collier 22 Chicago ncRio was shot thru the legs hy Sheriff E O Harris yesterday when he reached thru the bars ot his cage and locked Harris and Marshall L X Thompson who were on nn inspection tour into n cell The officers were unarmed hut Harris hrot R revolver upon the commotion The sheriff flint when Collier refused to release them His injuries are not serious Collier who was held to the grand jury on n charge of carrying con icerjied weapons had started to tunnel thru the wall of his cell when Mra I Harris1 attention was attracted by nn1 pounds i Harris and Thompson were search inpr for Ihe digging tools when they were made prisoners Ten Women and Man Iden tify Mitchell as One Who Attacked Them CHICAGO Hopt s original Cat Bandit whn for pinwled the alleys and strnots of I he iionh skin anil lonppd froir plaies to roll wonifii ivas bolieviMl to bo under nrrenl liirlny vhoii 10 women nnl one man Identl led William Milclul as ho man who had ntluckod them Tho Cat lirnrd his robberies sn llwt he would hnve comptelort thorn in to meet ills wife Mrs Helen Mitchell 22 who worked In a and escort her home Tho robberies usually ncciirretl on uesdnya Fridays ami Saturdays ami always before 10 p m These arc the evenings arid that the lime the wife ialr she met Mitchell I never suspected I hat my husband was a bandit until two snld to pollen w wore married six years In St TWO months afro I noticed lie wns musirnlly free ivith his money idmlttPd tho rohbeiies hut promisor he would nover commit another I be Mevod ho was kropincr his The Local Weather American Beet Susar Salesman Thrown Thru Windshield Near Britt BRITT Sept traveling sales man named Coons driving a car with in Knmiclt county number failed o r notice a curve on the A Y P near the Elmer Fisher farm n mile cast of Britt and ran off IMP mart and bumped into a telepone pot thru but was not fter pously hurt company Minimum fR At 8 n in 71 naiufall trare A f 1 e i rainfall sufficient to hrinp the verdant hue to lawns and tn tiinlR plowing easier f a jm e r v ire now continued hot in order ripen the corn wliih has nmv Manl to dent Two nior1 of He was thrown jtype of weather experts av mrst of ihe mm past the danger point of trost POOR PA By Claude Callan My nicer who will be io lomniTow plnys Hie piano shr pave a recital iiiphi at ihe age of Dally MJrrijr Old Glory liSvts Bofrtenux prance before Wednesday midnight eastern standard time uiinp from the fact that she siehtefl 35H miles onst ot St Johns X nt J1 f7 oclock K S Tues day night nnd snn had hpon mak inf ahout 100 miles an hout From St Johns to Iordean x is approxi mutely miles 21 Hours Slurp S O S Tuentyfour hirl elapsed at oclock this morning since liners ploushinp tholiregular trans Atlantic in he darkness of the iaily hours of Wednesday picked up tho despairinpr call O S five hours out of Newfoundland WRHP was thn planes rxJio call Its owner is w U Hearst Search of the tumbling wastes ol heAtlantic SCI miles off the Njw ocmdtand coast had hrot sigrR Mther oC Ihe planr or nf the littll iuhber boat with which tho flyers wert equipped apainst just such an emer jency as seoms to have befallen CiipUun David AV Bone of the Cun irrlAnelior liner Triinsylvanla the nearest the spot who raced hia ship more ban Sil miles to Ihe esti malod last position nC thr plane re ported ioKictfully last nlRhl Trinds TSo Have area without re fiiill JVel tiltle hope nf survival in view of rough at time of casual Hr was procuoillnff on his voy lie aildcrl Captain P r Brown of the Car mania reported strong rain squall ioiisrli lircakins seas and like fnplain Bone considered there was little charce of survival of collap sible boat under present While the Harmania and other ves sels continued to scour Ibe sea Phil Wood and C A Duke Kcblller win hoped to start from Harbor Grace V fnr Windsor announced would turn thehfliRht intn a resrua expedition takinp aboard a full of fuel and starlinp an rxhaustive search the search for Old Glory out TTRN TO PAGE 32
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