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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 13, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition for the Home AND MASON CITY VOL XXXIV FIVK CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT 13 1927 DAILY TIMES IOWA WEATHER Fair and continued warm tonight and Wednesday TERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 290 Chicago With 92 Has Hottest Sept 12 in History DES Iowas MOINES Sept record brealdnc latesummer REBUILT NOSE SENDS WIFE ON DIVORCE HUNT OF PLANE heat wave shows no signs of abating The Treatlier bureau today forecasi continued fair weather anil High tem perature for tonight and Wednesday 1esterdRys temperatures ranged from 98 Practically all of the stato experienced the hottest Sept 12 on record Boone Iowa Falls Marshallfuwn and Burlington Dodpie reported 98 Fort and Albia Des Moines Cedar Rapids Davenport Iowa City Carroll Esthervillc Atlan tic and Clarmda 96 Creston and Ln nioni 95 Charles City Dubuque and KeoUulc 84 Altn Forest City and DC corali 93 nnd Sioux City and In trood 92 Des Moines schools will close again this afternoon it was decided after ihe weather bureau predicted temper aturca In the upper nineties DES ilOIXES Sept Tlueo heat prostrations were report ed in Icma yesterday when the tem peratures ranged in the high nineties over most of tho a 99 at Boono and Albia the high mark C J Christensen Council Bluffs grocer Boss Christy Sioux City fill ing station attendant and employedIn the construction of the CHICAGO Sept lost by a nose and the domestic eam of Fanny Brire and Jules Nicky Arnstein has a booking in he Chicago divorce court The love of lier husband failed to bridge lier reconstructed nose the comedienne1 complained in a divorce suit filed against Arnstein who was ently released from a federal peni Lentiary where ho was sent as braine of a New York bond robbery An Inferiority complex that devel oped In after plastic surgery had served to beautify his wife sent him forth to find happiness elsewhere according to the bill leading to charges of infidelity He says that now that I am beau tiful I am not the same sighed tlie star He used to enjoy laughing at my noso before I had it fixed so I suppose maybe the opera tion did make him But she still loves him and always she much as when he was the Mbn Homme the sons she crooned before the footlights while he sat in his prison cell at Leaven worth Hills Story Is Unshaken by Officers Questioning at Place Where Mother Was Found Fails to Vas re ported ina serlouscondttion Davenport and temperatures Waterloo reported 96 and 97 which equalled the summers hottest days No Relief In Sight CHICAGO Sept The midwest stewed and sweltered today under a heat wave swept by hot south west winds from the great central plains of the Platle Arkansas and Missouri river valleys No immediate relict was promised by the days forecast ot fair and warmer nor did the Chicago weath erman see a possibility ot lower tem peratures for two or three days to come Iowa cities generally have reported temperatures of niore than 90 degrees fof five days while Chicago with a 02 hottest OTTAWA Sept Hans for the defense of Harry Hill Streatef youth accused of matrlcidu went forward today after county officials had failed In their first efforts to obtain a coufessioi rom young Hill by a grilling at the cene of the crime The prosecution will play curds until the grand jury meets Oct states attorney Russell O Han sen said Hills story was unshaken when he as taken to the basement of the Hill liome at Strcator early yesterday and questioned for more than an hour Standing over the shallow basemsnt grave in which his mothers body had been found Hill denied with consid erable heat tho charge that he had slain her and told the states attor Shipping of U S Goods Delayed Pending New Agreement TAR1S Sept The French foreign office sent word to the American Embassy this af ternoon that iHo government would have its reply on the tar Ht question ready some timeMo PARIS Sept of American goods coming under tin new French tariffs are expressing rtis may as specific information on th new rates becomes known and th American embassy is receiving inquir ies from bnth French and America firms in all commercial centers c France Theso business men declare tha lines of trade built itp with the dc of permanence will bo destroyed un ess they can have immediate relie The tenor of their representations that orders already taken for early d ivories of American goods cannot no 0 filled unless the Importers rul themselves as the new duties som times exceed the selling price Itself One house whoso selling price on a bestos brake linings is 36 francs kilogram nowvmuat pay 43francs itilpsram instead of francs oldrate while some oC the new mln mum duties exceed the old maximu REMINDING THE BOYS OF 1917 BUT DIFFERENT Members o the American Legion and their families going from New Tork on the Leviathan for the Legion convention in Paris recall tho sailing of the vessel 10 yenrs ago as a transport taking thousands from Holwken contrast to this happy scene of September 1927 Rescue Ship Spots Wreckage 100 Miles From Spot SOS Was Sent Hope Re vives for Nungesser and Coli BULLETIN ST JOHNS N Sept indicated location of the wreckage of the monoplane Old Glory is more than 3CW miles north of the fishing grounds making it improbable that fishermen may have rescued the three occupants it was pointed out inmarine circles today The Newfoundland fishing fleets ordinarily work south and southeast of here NEW YORK Sept Waterlogged wreckage reported found at three widely separated points at sea today provided clews regarding ten brave adventurers who van ished into Atlantic skies in their great gamble against the deep The North Atlantic began yesterday to yield its secrets concerning the lost monoplane Old Glory and possibly the lost expedition of Nungesser and Ccfli the monoplane St Coolidge Is Considering Possibility of Ordering Investigation of Ocean Flights Raphael which carried Princess LowcnsliinVVcrthcim and tho monoplane Sir John Carling Wreckage of the Old Glory was reported found by the steamship Kyle a rudder and nort of an unidentified piano wore found on the beach near NewQuay Cornwall England and a French finhingr schooner reported having slghtod airplane wreckage three weeks ago 300 miles cast ot ILilifnx S No trace of the flyers was reported The schooner sighted thn wreckage partially submerged 250 miles oft Sable Island a graveyard ot the Atlantic In a report to the French hospital ship Jeanne DArc now at Halifax tho aoliooner ntlvlsedthat tho yesterday experienced the September 12 in Its history Ones Death Reported Only one death from prostration wa reported during tho wave which H C Cox local meteorologist characterized ns most unusual for extent and in tensity for so lato in the Only three readings of less than 00 degrees came out of tho gulf states yesterday Almost every report from the west conical states readied the pnme high mark The upper great lakes district wawiFunfur was injured Saturday evening lhr only portion for which relief j ear flake when he went into the thru wns forecast Davenport Has I8 DAVEXPOUT Sept temperature of 9S degrees at 10 a m ney that continues questioning was a waste of The long conference of defense at torneys yesterday is believed to have dealt with the possibility of a writ of1 habeas corpus for younj Hill Glenville Man Hurt When Car Turns Over Kept ones Plumbing fixtures for exan pie which 159 francs hundred kilograms are novr 70 while the new minimum is 175 franc Tho uniform advice given by the j American embassy to those making representations Is to hold in houses at ports any goods shipped from the United States after Aug which was the last day ot grace un der the French official announcement of Sept fi Cables sent by the em oassy to Washington suggest notifi cation of exporters in thecategories affected not to ship to Franco pend ing some fresh arrangement with the French government Tho French foreign off icehas not yet replied to the renuest of the Amer ican embassy for suspension of the new imports until a commercial treaty can be negotiated between two countries 5 dilrh tr avoid run 111115 iuo I of horses Tho car turned over twine I liadly smashed Mr Fun far team and was is in an today indicated the September heat record of SO degrees here yesterday would be shattered yesterday was the hottest day of the year and sot a new high mark for Sept 12 Sioux City Swelters SIOUX CITY Sept Promises of a great corn crop checrc northwest Iowa as another day ot sweltering weather arrived with no relief In sight Albert IXM hospital A girl from Pottawattamlocounty won the state upellingr championship No Courier AUNT HBT By Robert Guillen youre young ninl go I no business lalkin nl it sex an when youre old youd ralher lalk n lion I vour liver OPERATORSTURN Miners Representatives Fail in Overture to End Strike CHICAGO Sept nois coal operators meeting today turned down a pence proposal offered by miners representatives yesterday and cent a corftmittce of two bade lu confer with the miners committee The operators however submitted n t counter proposal and saio the mines ticup no nearer solution than n VTRck ago Will BURBAKK Sept ney and Dempsey training on golf will draw more than three million dollars If they cnn ever get Bob by lones to fight Walter Hasen It ought to draw six million Tlicre la a lot of suspicion of this fight That Is on account of Tunncy speaking perfect ISngliHh Any tinin an American pcrfecr lOnKllPli he is under suspicion he is up Yours Congfrrssnum Ropers Copyrlsht ExcellentGrowing Weather and Canadian Crop pect Cause Drop CHICAGO Sept ew breaks in wheat and corn val JGS took placo today folloying an un xpcctcd large increase ofAthe oEfickil sstimate of Canadian wheat prcduu ion In a rush of selling iriccs dropped a bushel and corn Leading authorities here said LoUay hat the Canadian government crop report ndicatlng nearly bushels larger production of wheat In Canada this season than luring 1926 about UIG most bearish document lubtishetl in recent years drastic cut of Liverpool tvhcal quotations today a dried impetus to tho sell ins flurry here and heavy buying la collect profits for previous sellers tho Chicago whont market failed to develop any quick sustained power to rally Simultaneous weakness of the cor market vas due largely to sympathy with tho action of wheat but was result of continued fine weather for maturing the corn crop Many orders to stop losses both in and corn ivere automatical forced into operation and cmlrltnitei to bring about a semidemoralized cou lition in rach of tho leading grains In some qwartors here today a ells position was evinced to question th acnuracj of tho Canadian wheat cro figures but this disposition was no roffectpcj to any great In the tlon of the market Exports however willed attontion to tho Canadian off rrinl rtfureM on oats which fhow a tro Tnonrtous increase in tile face of al most unanimous reports from fiold ohsorvrrs nnd frnn tho Ca nnd Ian tradn that rrop hnrf suffered heavily nnrl in many sections compete Ions RUSSIA WILL EXECUTE SPY Goyer Held in Leningrad for Sending Information to British LENINGRAD Russia Sept Goycr said to have been an international spy since 1916 has been sentenced to death by shooting as reputed head ot a group of 26 per sons charged with espionage inRus sia In behalf of the British intelligence service Bight others ot Ihe group were on domned to death 13 were given prison terms ranging from six months lo eight years and the four others were acquitted The prisoners were accused of for warding reports in invisible Ink thru the Finnish consulate hero to a Brltls representative in Finland giving data on the Soviet navy Including plans ot battleships and submarines Special have Identified Goycr aa of Dutch Tile dispatches quoted him as ic court that he was truclcd Ivy Captain Efriyic ofj lie British iulcllinciKe HiuVifo itj WASHINGTON Sept The ordering ot a thoro investigation of transAtlantic flights Is under con sideration by President Coolidge Mr Coolldse feels that any one or all three of the aviation secretaries in the war navy or commerce depart ments might very well conduct an inquiry into the recent disastrous flights for the purpose of obtaining Information on which to base recom mendations for government supervi sion He reels the government has offered its assistance in every way possible in the flights so far attempted The extent to which the government should participate in transoceanic flying is one of the things which the president would like to determine in an Investigation While ho has not ordered a formal Is believed tho white house views which wero made known toilny will set in motion the three assistant secretaries at to remain in Leuiugratl Eagle Grove Man Is Struck by Train Woolstock Crossing KACHrE GROVE Sept James wolllcnown farmer at Troy township a few miles Eoutli oC here iVas tnjlirod Mondny afternoon a crossing near when Ihe truck he was drivingwan struck by itlin afternoon passenger trnln on the 100JO DEATH Pride of Detroit Narrowly Misses Japanese Tidal Wave Damage Douglas Mur a newspaper man of St Johns nn board the steamer Kyle sent the following message from thoiyhlp which had been chartered by the New York Daily Mirror to search for the Old Giory ul HT because Britisli were so to occupy the STILL WORK TO ABANBONFLIGHTj Wheeling W Unable to Get Girl to Quit i WHEELING W Sept Whether Miss Ruth KUler andi icorge Hnldoman abandon their i proposed New York to Paris flight i may be determined here today their arrival from Portsmouth where their plane was for cert down i night from lack of fuel while route from Tampa I J D Merrtman flpokesman for Wheeling bankers sponsoring the flight declared last night Hint nil ef forts to persuaded them to give up their plans thus failed His announcement cnmo after it was learned representatives of the Na tional Air Derby association of Spo kane had appealed to her to enter New YorkSpokane race Sept 21 Instead Mr Elder planned to leave here Thursday in the monoplane Ameri can Girl for Flanse volt Field New York and to hop off from there aa soon as weather conditions per fXorthwcstern Jle was hrot to a local hospital and sidfr from an injured arm and a had tsash in the aide of the head Jt in thot will not prove aerl tlint his injuries I OUS Visil In lllinnJH PLY MOUTH Kept inl Mrs M Mucker nic visiting rea lives In Illinois Tlicy made the trip j in Mason City Globe Gazette Offers to Its Readers a Booklet on School Lunches With the opening of the schools comes the problem of the school lunch Growing children have spe needs in tho way of food Even when they cat nil of their menls at liomc it la no easy matter to see Hint they nre properly fed and When they oat part of meals at school the difficulty is far great er The nueBtlons of Iiealthfulness cleanliness and attractiveness in the preparation of school lunch are covered in the Government hook let School launches which this Bureau offers for distribution Send for your copy today Fill out the attached coupon nnd en pJosB four cents in stamps for re turn postaRC and handling Frederic J Hasliin Director The Mason City GlnhcGazelle Information Bureau Wasliincton O C I enclose herewith four cents in stamps for a ropy of the booklet SCHOOL PUNCHES TOKYO Japan Sept More than 100 persons were drowned and many rvro missing victims of a typhoon and tidal wavewhich Inun tlatecl villages in tho neighborhood of tho city of ICnmamoto on islamlH of says dispatches receiver by Aslhl The scene of tho storm was re portbrt near Omura where theAmcri can plane the De troit 1s waiting to take off on itn next hop to the Knsumiffaura naval station near Tokyo Omura is about 22 miles northwest of Kutnamotn and is about 10 miles northeast of Nagasaki which re ported In previous dispatches to have been in tho path of the typhoon I n n n I i iila i nn TOKYO round iho world monoplane Prido of T7V troil was not believed to have harmrrl by HIM typhoon and ticlnl wavn which thn Island of Kiushiti tndav according to dispatches from The monoplane Is at Omura only n few mHos southeast of Iho storm scnne The Nagasaki advices said the plane probably would hop oft for Kasumt guara near Tokyo nt 8 oclock tomor ou morning arriving probably ibout 3 p m Located wreck of Old Glory latitude north longitude west at p m Xo fiigTis of crew Particulars After its fall the Old Glory evident had been washed by the waves to a position 300 miles northwest of the one it occupied whon it broadcast its ap peal for help and Us position as five hours exit of Newfoundland Tho wreckage was found about fiOO miles east of Newfoundland In nn area that hnd not been traversed by the four ocean linera that joined in the search that the Islands are of coral sand dif ficult for a plane to tako off and aJso called to dispatches from the islands yeaterdny no fuel for the plane arrived thoro WEATHER DELAYS ROUND WORLD FLYERS TOKYO Sept able today na a menace to tho hopes of iho American roundtheworkl fly era William S Brock and lid word Snhleo to circle tho gloho iti loss than record timo of 28 ami onehalf dayn With approximately ton days left In which to sot a now retrord the flyers rcmrumd stranded at Omura on IhG roast of tlio Japanese irchlpclngo they worn forcert down fiumlny whiltj eiiroule from tihanglinl to Tokyo After thnir second attempt to com plete ths COO mile flight to Tokyo yes terday in their monoplano Prldo of Detroit Japanesenaval officers at Street 1 f Name Cily STEAL AND RIDETO CITY Bandits Force Contractor to Drive Them From Detroit to Chicago CHICAGO Sept W C Marschner Detroit contractor and foiilrtcr reportcti to Chicago police lev clay aftpr liciiiR robbed ot J20 mid a ROM wntfth ly two men who lieli him np last niphr While hp uaa in n linllilinp In Octroii Ihpy Corned hini LO hrlnff thorn to Clilcauo in iiN car rn sotncr tn tako voi for a lotlfr siifl llu toiil him after Ihoy colilicil Uiirf Alter nrriviilKIn Cdirnpo Marsch nor Fnicl tho mn lolil him to pot fair or tht cnr nrul walk fivo hloclis nnrl thoii romp hairic UP saM ho jlinyrd in found Iho car ami bqth mon had their escape made Omura announced that weather obser EmmOHS HuntCiS Hope vatlons Indicated they could not hope r 1 rv 1 c tor Vjood Duck oeason Hampton Gardner Dies After Being Overcome by Heat While at Work Sept seiv cea will he held Wednesday afternoon it 2 oclock for Lewis Christensen who cited at the Hampton hospital Monday morning after nn illness of three weeks nfler beinpr overcome with tho lieat while nt work i Mr Chilslensen horii In Denj mark in March 1860 nnd was married on Aug 7 1835 to Miss Hansine Mad sen who survives him To them born five children throe of whom survive their Victor at home Christ of Newton and Miss Lnhi I lines of Hampton Two children died In infancy He also loaves one brother In Can ada and two sisters In Denmark was a gardener and florist antl had been employed at the ICarl nursery for some time Interment will ho made in the Hami ton ccmetory to hop off before early tomorrow Japanese Adrl Warnings Wiiils the aviators apparently re mained firm in their Intention to com pleto the hazardous flight across tho Pacific Japaneso flyers added warn ings to those of friends in America In an effort to delay them from contin uing by piano further than Tokyo The Japanese airmen rojrard the pro prjsed flight to the tiny midway islands miles over landless ocean from Tokyo na suicidal They pointed nut Sept hunters bellwo that duck hunting will bo good this fait at Bear and Statn Lino lakes There has been a number of ducks at the all sum mer with plenty of Iced The season open Sept 16 for duck and prairie chicken shootinR The Local Weather merican Beet Sugar corporation figures Tor 21 hours period ending nt S n m Tuesday of Sfiilcs on fOiif Jonvnry Cl span Missouris famous imiios Imvn boon to luaicmala in help 1M IlayiunkM uiis sinnary clovolop a niiulorn favin The Itoldfl out no cos TIT church i ba r North Iowa corn fjnnnrinxf IV onrloavnri 1 ing Indications added a set of harness twining in its race with Jack Frost Maximum 95 Minimum 70 At 8 a m 76 Monday cause ho thermometer to seek new ele vations r I s I n b than Fridays temperature the bent wavo roarhefl Ql Thft a t o r m a n prom iso ff relief I nit growers arc rejoc rft rhnt the corn POOR PA By Glmidfi Gallan Junior lolrl ft fib today an1 Ma says its the second one shes ciuiphl him in since my sislcrs children were   

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