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Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette September 10, 1927

Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 10, 1927, Mason City, Iowa NORTH IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES IOWA WEATHER Generally fair nnd continued warm tonight and Sunday VOL XXXIV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE MjPORT MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY SEPT 10 1927 UNITED PRESSAND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 288 LEGION Grand Jury Indicts AVE N Y ffi B ftn Bli I War Memories Revived as Ship Is Convoyed Out to Sea NEW YORK Sept Sioux City band and the Fort Dodge Druin Corps sounding off from the top deck the white star Hner Celtic bearing the Iowa delegation to tiie Paris convention slit out into the Hudson river and began its ocean voyage The lowans were sharing the phip with smaller delegations from Ohio and other states a huppy company NEW TORK Sept time memories were revived today on the steamship Ceviathan pride oC the American merchant marine which after seizure from Germany during the war helped transport two million young Americans to France to light Seventeen hundred doughboys 10 years ago bound for the American Legion convention in Paris enjoyed palatial accommodations aboard ship in contrast to their close quarters in when Men crowded the vessel on each trip to France Returns to France in Style Today there was no sailor standing at their elbows with the constant ad monition You cant stand there sol The onetime little older and returning to France in style The wartime note however was not lacking The which guided the boys safely overseas again ivas on tlic job Arrangements were 1C years ago made to have MayorDuvall and Attorney Face Charges Indictments Grew Out of Charges Made by Stephenson INDIANAPOLIS Sept From a prison cell where the former grand dragon of the Indiana Ku Klus Klan is serving a life sentence for murder the finger of alleged political corruption hag been pointed at In dianas chief executive at the mayor of Indianapolis and at two other prom inent political figures of the state Indictment of Gov Ed Jackson Mayor John L Duvall George V Cot tin chairman the Marion county Indianapolis republican committee and Robert I Marsh formerly a law partner of the governors was ths culmination ot an investigation started by revelations ot the former high Los a govern souvenir of the circle over Destroyers Ambrose ligiitslilp to pick iip thesiaht liner nndescort her until aunset tonight Even thesubmarine watch of war time days was revived only this time instead of hostile submarines the watchers scan the sea for a trace of j the missing monoplane Old Glory and its crew Pcrshing pn Board Sailing today also was their war time chief Cien John J Perehing who declared he had the same faith in the Legionnaires conduct in France as lie had In them when as soldiers them into battler With the arrival of the Leviathan the flagship of the Second A E shipssailing from other ports the total of Legionnaires in Paris for the convention is expected to reach There fire now members in Europe and more on the high seas and ready to The convention opens Sept 15 nearly a year ago D C Stephenson klansman now in prison at Michigan City Under the indictments returned late yesterday by a county grand Jury Gov Jackson Coffin and Marsh are charged with conspiracy to com mit a felony and with attempted brib ery Mayor Duvall was indicted der the corrupt practices act Jackson la Second Gov Jackson is tho second succes sive Indiana chief executive to face criminal charges His predecessor Warren T McCray was paroled only a few days ago from the federal prison where he was eent for conspiracy to use the mails to defraud JlcCrsys name too figured promi nently in the present charges Gov Jackson Marsh Coffin and Stephen son are charged in the Indictments having offered the then Gov McCray If he would nams James E ilcDonald prosecutor for Marion county Jackson at the time was secretary of state and McCray was under indict menl The alleged bribe also was said to have included an offer of immunity from prosecution The grand jury in its report yester day also efforts were mad to intimidate McCray so that he would not reveal an attempt had been made to bribe him The threat of interfer ence with plans for his parole from prison were held before McCray the true bill said His Trial Up Monday Mayor puvall was indicted on vir tually the same charges as were con talned in an affidavit filed against the prosecuting attorney sev eral weeks ago and on which he Is scheduled to go to trial Monday The indictment charges the mayor promised William P diamipolis politician Armitage the right In to Fairmont Physicians to Con struct Building Costing name men to city positions in return for political support in the primary and election of 1925 which put Duvah into office A note written in Stephensons cell and secreted out of the prison into the hands ot Thomas M Adams pub lisher of xtho Vincchnes Commercial started the investigations Stephensons charges were that LAST MESSAGE FROM REDFERN With 8 Holes to Go Title Holder Looks Like Sure Winner CHICAGO Sept alter Hageii had little difficulty In main taining a goodly lead up to the final round of the western open golf cham pionship today as liebroke par by one stroke on the fourth course of Olympia Fields and added a fino M to his 1G7 for the first two rounds for a total of 206 Most of the players who were six or seven strokes behind the defending champion at the start of todays rounds played well in todays first round but Hagens excellent score was as good or better and with only 18 holes to go tho Halg seemed as sured ot his fourth western open title In fact he stood an excellent chance of winning it for the second successive time by a score better than his record 178 for the event Hagen played every hole but three this morning In exact par Eddie Held St Louis amateur who stood in second place with 143 by vir tue of a splendid Ob yesterday was o j late stater ns were Chick Evans and Tommy Armour who also had J44 to their credit Art Andrews of Davenport had a card of at noon today and F Springer Marshalltown had n Rene Lacbste Downs Big Bill Tilden in Davis Cup Net Play GRRMANTOWN CRICKET CLUIJ PHILADELPHIA Sept Exhibiting only flashes of the mastery that characterized hia attack of the previous two days Big Bill Tilden American hope in tho Davis cup went down in defeat today before Rene La coste the French score was 63 4C 63 62 Lacostes victory left tho fate of the cup depending on the outcome of Nils Noeltvcdt seaman aboard the steamer Christian Krogli which hits clocUcdiii tlc lower MiBslssippi braved a sharkinfested sen n order to plcl up a incHsnco from Paul Redferiu who oimlci about Hie steamer and aslted for directions when CO miles off tho coast of Yenczu da acconliiiE l he vessels crew Nodtvcill shown above wilh the message iit Nashville leaped into the sea In pick it up Hearing on Disposal of Is Continued Rebecca Clark Estate to Be Tuesday FOREST CITT Sept probate cases have been disposed of I the flftji and final match between Little Bill Johnston and Henri Co ehet Only a miraculous comeback jsmco convened Tuesday morn the californlan It seemed could bJm in intrigue both during antl after thetime he was grand dragon of the kan Mystery in the form of black FAIRMONT Sept j alleged by Stephenson to con hospital is In view tor Fair tain documentary proof of his charges mont to be built inside nf a few the disappearance of star witnesses months at the corner ot Webster and with subsequent country w id e Albian avenue searclies trips w the Indiana state Dr V H Gardner and a physician j prison to interview Stephenson and an behind the move I investigation started hy the United The site was purclmserl from A State senates investigating commit Tuedkf by Palmer Edward for under Senator lani4 Reed of 1 by prevent another French vfctory that would end Americas seven year win ning streak and take premier tennis honors overseas Tllcton cracked under the strain of trying to carry virtually tho entire burden of defense Victor twice pre viously found it impossible to lift his same to top notch for the third day in a row npalnst such opposition as It would have taken Tilden nt bis best to overcome Renes superlative steadiness craft and control but Rip Bill was far from tho form ho hart shown in downing Cocbet and in loadinjr the doubles vic tory with Frank Hunter yesterday JOLIETGIR lnf The collrt la with a concerning determination of tiisposal ot the Rebecca Clark estate The estate amounts to between and and one of the points of contention concerns a trust ftmtl of which sons allege their mother turned over lo them three years ago No taxes have been paid on the holdings in lUe meantime ami discov ery of the fund will probably result in the payment of about in taxes for thn intervening time No report yoi been made by the grand lury Petit day jurors are called for Warm for Tonight and Sunday DBS MOIXES Sept Iliircl ilny of I he latcsnm mer heat wnvo proiuisctl to bring the holiest of tile season ivtlh thr llicnnnniclcr DO prrccs nt 1 p in licrc flic weather bureau reported This exceeds Me mark nt the same hour yesterday and Tlmrs dny wlieii a HCIV rprord of 9 de grees was set mill Cfiunlleil nt Doone for ivniin weather his httc in ho No relirf from flip wave In vveadicr bureau officials sa DRfj MOIMOS Sopt Little reKet from Iho heat wave is re FARM AID PLAN President Sticks to Edu cation and Forgets Politics BROOKINGS S Sept toward Washington from the agricultural northwest President Coolldge stopped off in this city toelay to dedicate tho Lincoln memorial library at the South Dako ta state college with an address ele voted ahnpst wholly to education and marked by the absence of any refer1 once to tho farm relief fight or any other controversial problem Politicians who had confidently pre dicted that Mr Coolldgo In speaking at an agricultural college ceremony take the opportunity to out line the farm relief plans the ael ministratlon were disappointed for the president swung tho trend of his speecharound toward the spiritual value of education and a eulogy of the part played by Abraham Lincoln in this direction Wo have been excessively busy seeking for information that could be turned to practical advantage in the matter of dollars and cents rather than for that wisdom which would gulele us thru Mr Coolldge said Our higher educational Institutions have turned their thots especially tn the sciences and our secondary school to vocational training How poorand and live we should be without these advan tages can ho at once seen hy the most casualObservation of those nations among which they have been neglect ed Object to Kaiso IKttcr Men This is by no means all that Is to be expected from American education and American Institutions I can not conceive that the object of Abraham Lincoln was merely to Instruct men TUTUS TO PAGE 13 Gor grand Ell UiifUsou Indiana jury charges ns n face result of charges made from prison hy D C Stcplicnsnu former Ku Klux Klan chief whn is scrvine n life term fir murder With Jackson the indictment names ho mayor of Indianapolis nni other noted Indiana politicians 15 BALLOONS Tues1 portefl in Iho weekend forecasts with j fair weather ond continued wnrnuh i for today am Sunday predicted and When two try to live more 71 in sR1 than one they both look Boontl yesterday equalled Tlmrn sin State Journal several days ago The proposed new building will have n frontage of 150 feet and will be three stories high Missouri were among the highlights of the long Xone of the Indicted rncn would make any statement following their arrest and release on bond i A U N T rH E Uy Robert Ouillen I aint got nolhiii against Amys ptirty lillli husband but Id like lo see him take a chew of tobacco sonicfime just lo see if it would kill Iiind Season Closed SYVKA CITY Sept bum season cluscrt night Tho band has been one of tlie j best that the city has ever had A K Tweetcn was1 the director and j been olettefl to lead again next ysuv rj Will Rogers BURBA NK Sept Just want to aak one rjuestion and when I Bet It answered it will re lieve mo and perhaps others A flyer was going from New York to Frisoo where H is all over Itnd you never see them do it with a hydroplane where they can land only on tho water Then why is it they take a land plane across the ocean Xo one has disappeared yet over walcr on a hydroplane yours ROUEflS Cnprrlglit Miss America of 1927 Is Blonde Unbobbed High School Student ATLANTIC CITY N Sept blonde bluecyetl unbobbed high school jirl of IG today reigned as Queen of American the title of America of Fiom a fitId of 72 aspirants who represented 37 states in the annual Atlantic City pageant Miss lander of Jollct Miss was chosen to succeed Miss Nornia Smallwood brunette from who had held the throne as Miss America of Miss Dallas Miss nnnsome IS of won second place thousand persons jammed tho ballroom of the million dollar pier last niKht as the selection of Miss Illinois was announced The new rjueen attired in her royaf robesami wenring her crown greeted her sub jects from her throne beside King TMdie Dowllng musical comedy star I am KO excited that I cant say she said f am so thrilled I shall ny all thru he year ro honor to the title whirh I beir I shall inirry home The Miss Anerica a Mleudir raisa of 120 pounds Her hair in llRht brown and her complexion extremely fair ij 144 RECIPES FOR HOME MADE CANDY You can malte the very best sort of candy at home If you have the rJRlH materials anci right recipes A booklet lias been com piled to aid the homo candy maker with tried and tested recipes for all of the more popularkinds ot cuntly The Information Bureau nf the Mnson City Globe Is sponsor for this newest and most complete collection of candy recipes in popular form Many varieties ot fudge car nmela nougats fruits tatry phoco lates nut candles and others Ill6 directions arc simple but complete A few really fnncy candies nre In cluded for those who enjoy greater variety Use the coupon Krcdcric 1 Hnsliin Director Tlio Allison ility tiWieGnzctto Jnforinalion Ittircau Washington n C I enclose herewith SIX CENTS In or coin for a oopy nf Hie imnlilcl CANDY KK Street record high temperature for late summer when he thermometer I rose I0 09 tleyrces ttie highest marlr for thn second week in September tho iventber bijirau Jjfis kept j records OthiMtempotatiire readings reported here for Friday were Iowa Falls M 07 Des Jloines ami fort Dodge M CLII Ioll IZstlierville and nurlitiKton US ICeoUuk Imvood Atlnntln am Albia Creatoti nnd Forest City Hionx and Tjecorah and Piibuque S5 Nnmo 1 Eight Nations Represented in Gordon Bennett Competition DETROIT winds whose shittiuccurrents slightly in a southeasterly direction markedthe track over which 15 bal loons ot ctfjht nations wrrn to race to rtny In tho Gordon Bennett Interna tional classic Tho trend of the nhcurrents to ward thr Koutlicnst was ropnrdcd no i favorable break for the linllnonlsts If It prcvalla duritix the hou bnlloona rmaln nlofl mnjority of eventually will ho carried thru northern Iowa tonart which should provide for approximate ly 00o miles of land flylne Should slrong west winds develop this lantl distance would be rut because of tiie coiniinratlvc proximity oC tlie Atlantic ocean Uork of Inflniins the balloons pot under way at 4 oclock thin morning al PPCr crtlHl and ihn clown iiiul out tlio Ford nlrport jiounrt crews of Ln linns anil that men were provided prtcli halloon by Etlsel Ford starter Airplane and dirigible irere provided for the amusement of the crowd expected to n timber persons A leg on the Gordon Beiinett trophy will cro to the nation whose entry mivels rhn fnrllipsi from Detroit Prohibition Shakeup Is DueJipJStart Assistant Secretary to Try and Clean Out Dis honest Agents WASHINGTON Sent Declaring that there hay been much improvement in the promotion or KO bricty and ncu thru prohibi 1 ion ht the United States AssJslaiu Secretary Low m an of the treasury has disclosed that a general dismissal nnd combing1 unt of dishonest ana in competent federal agents is in pro gress to attain more complete enforce ment oC the dry Mr Lawman who has been in charge of tho prohibition senvice Cv six weeks charged bribery Is rani pant and there are many wolves in sheeps clothing amovm Itifl iiKcnU hut added the fsorviuo contains ft lot of splendid fearless in on who great ly outnumber Uio aro f tor them s nrl n lot of thorn IfUrly befin lot out all over Uiu dorlarod I owmiin des cribing his campaign HLJJI inst dishon p s t a go n Is S on i n tl n y s m y mi go i Ji thetl slgninc oMorn of Heeii Some Im pro vein ml Tt is claim prohibition wns n complctp PUCCCSH the ussisunt ctary but tlirro mnih improvement 1C mrulfi Kohcr iml tompomtn iti IiT ty a good jrih will hi vn brnn ho EuHoiJ I In riled flooreaweii drinking nt hoteln nnd hanriuotH bpnefits of prohibit ion Tho grrnt IWIPH np Amcricntus dn not Mr Lowmrin asserted I c described ho persons wbo arc boozo ji mm prising fringes of worlfity tlio yn n Police Hold Driver of Car Which Collided at Intersection DA Popl Walter Stcenlioch nnel William license both 20 yemv ef age were killed when their automobile collided with a ma driven by James If Barnei at rt Klrcit intersection late Friday Both were pinned beneath the car which aflir striking Hie Rarner ma chine intu a pole and turned over killed Instantly while jeoje died in fliriT later pcel unhurt ietlicf are holeiint lnnfl ponding an inqu has bctn set for Monday The Local Weather American Beet Sugar corporation weather fiputo for hour period ending at S a n fcaluvdny nt na 71 I ra co Kiirncr tlying off fust from poison SimnHaiifMusly will I lit JissisUi secretarys annomifement Cliari president oL tfie American against impure ilinor sued a Riatcnicnt diaivinK that TaU prnhibiion agents overrun t ho roiii Ho alleges the virlimiztng pliynicians aivl nho wevft forrrd lo pny I Html amounting to millions of dollars lo tho fiko asonth Critlrism SPOKANI1 Sept Clarence Tnifi Wilson ficcrt tary of Ilin honiil n pro hi bit 10 n nnd puMic rnornis of tne chmvh lias wJMidrnwn of firrretii ry rccrn L in I br pi oblljil inn on for cement department t lo bnrk all tfie tilings T have said about Socroliiry of the Treasury Andrew Mellon since bis appointment of as sistant scrretnry of Uio trenKury arul loran ns prohibit Eon r IIP Mrl ImrJlHt nifUr decinrrd hfti s al i dun cii rlearst Hires Vessel to Search Seas for His Old BULLETIN HONOLULU Sept Tile reported discovery of the col lor of KopnU Jncltct on the bench near AViifmtinnln today caused searching parties to investigate the possibility it might have be longed tn one of the seven flyers missinK in ho recent Dole race from tho nmln hind to Honolulu Tho collar was shnilinr to hose mi tho Kepnk ilacliels Issued by tlio nnvy to ils flyers HLLLETIN SHANGHAI Tho round the world monoplane Irido ot Detroit arrived hero from Ilotif Ktmg nt p in tonight after a flight of 7BO milcB NEW VORK sept Glory and Sir John tho most recent planes lo try the Atlantic crossing were definitely labeled lost today and Iheir disappearance marked a sharp break In public enthusiasm for longdistance ocean flying Plain indications multiplied during tlie day that the public had had its fill of this type oC adventure and public opinion was mirrored in nu liernus ways Tiie navy recalled Lieut Lawrencft from his leave of absence to y with Itenu Fonck and Fonck ac knowledged that his flight would probably not bo made this year with out Curtin f KoncU Will Altho tho nnvy department cannot officially prevent the Fonck night ths French aco nalcl ho would cancel plans for the present 1C tiiere IB any request or intimation from ths United States government that it would rath er not have mo make the C A Duko Schiller and Phil Wood pilots of the Koyal Windsor told their hackers who had urped abandonment of Ihe that they ould carry on at all costs unlesf wo will not be accused of The plane meanwhile was il Uuiuur Grace aivaltini favor able weather to join the consttil steam er Kyle In I ho north Atlantic search for Old Glory and the Sir John Car llnsr The Kyle was chartered by the Xew York Dally Mirror owned by William Randolph Hearst sponsor of the Old Glory flight Tho American government has asked the Canadian government lo assist in Ihe search for Old Glory and the Canadintl govern ment radio stations have broadcast the position in which the plane was last seen A request for shirs to patrol tho route mapped mil by William S Brock and Inward P firhlec for Ilielr Jour ney from the orient acrosn the Pa cific nn their roundtheworld flight In Ihn of Detroit wns refused by Actinjr Navy Secretary Robinson whn said no ships were available Thn Detroit board of commerce en hlrl Prork and urging them to abandon their IransIaclfle plans President Cnolldge at Rapid City it ho known Hint while he Intends to investigate flying cir runiNtances ivlth the hone of llshinpr greater certainly for them he fan hardly see a government board ullllnffln tahn HIP any triinsAllantic flights Offers The Philadilphla Kveninr Ibr avlnlfnn committee of Ihe lelphia chamber of h Boston airport withdrew of of for the first Phila and fern TO oul no promiso lief tcun In the temperature Minimum At S a m Rainfall The feature ot tho weather this morning was the heavy foK and the change of tin wind from lie southeast i last nicht In to thn north iatlifj thai des If Seonnniy Mellon bad s pite the fact vor Ihe Ililtcd Stairs i weather niiin not marie hctirr t there will be re rarryinc nut Ilir Vrdstrad n POOR PA ftv Cliiude A lifflil shower will our daughter Belly Iiiiiii foinin home tint she aint afraid lo leiue home in n ;

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Publication: Mason City Globe Gazette

Location: Mason City, Iowa

Issue Date: September 10, 1927

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