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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 14, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWAS NEWSPAPER i Final Edition Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES FIVE CENTO PER COPY PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY SEPT 14 1927 UNITEDPRESS AND INTER NATION AT NEWS IOWA WEATHER Generally falltonight and Thurs day not quito so warm in extrems west portion tonight and in west and north portions Thursday NO 291 JV V Survival of Rubber Boat APPROVED IN MANILA Breaks of Loss 1 NOCJTALES Sept i i the Nogales I said that thousands reliiKecs were cowering on i tylgh grouml overlooking Tniles of Mexicos coast line they fled tiio inidillo ot last week from Iiurrl pane and tidal waves in ninny years TOKYO Sept hun dred persons are dead and 700 houses destroyed in Kuma moto prefecture Island of Klushitt In consequence ot yesterdays typhoon and tidal wave reports to the Japan ese home office In Xagvisaki and Kan auawa prefectures there were casualties but numerous houses were Inundated and damaged The tail of the typhoon struck Tokyo this morning several thousand houses in the lowlying sections were flooded Thirty children were Injured when the roof or a schoolhouse was blown off r Houses Submerged The western part of Kiushiu Island around Ariake bay appears to have been hit the worst by yesterdays typhoon and tidal wave At KojlmlMachi a 10 foot tJdal wave swept in submerging about houses and destroying half that number At the tidal wave washed some hundreds of houses fron their foundations thoroor e stffiSferseuIn i ICUnianpto City Nagasaki Omula and i but tho casualties are un known Yokoli ia also was hit by a storm this morning A number ot houses were damaged and several persons in LASTED 3 DAYS XOGALES Sept Tho collapse of communication both by telegraph and railway today kept from the world details ot the whole sale death and destruction believed to have been dealt out by a storm which for three days last week lashed a thousand miles of the coast of the west coast ot Mexico Meagre reports said that death toll In Salina Cruz and Manzanillo both important west coast seaports was enormous Salina Cruz port town ot the eg Oaxaca according to dispatches from Guaymas felt the full fury of the hurricane Town In Ruins Ths town was Raid to he in ruins arid ft was believed that the loss of life ashore and at sea might run into hundreds Two ships of the National line the Jalisco and the Xavnjoa wore re ported missing and there wero fears for the safety of the fishing fleet which put out from Mnzatlan Rinnloa Latest reports from Macallan n city ot vere that it had escaped great property damage One death was reported Tavaros a port of Sonoivi was said to have been hard hit More Than See Luther College Museum DECORATT Sopt Xorwec Ian American Historical museum at Luther college has been visited by more than persons in Iho last three seasons the visitors being from 22 states Is Only Hope Remaining for Old Glory Aviators Seas Continue 16 Yield Fragments of Lost Plane Ship ping Men Say F urther Search for Flyers Is Useless YORK Sept the faint hope that a small collapsible rubber boat with three daring air ad venturers had survived the storm tossed Atlantic since last Wednesday today remained to searchers for the occupants of the monoplane Old Glory after discovery of the wrecked hulk oC the giant craft GOO miles off Xewfoundlaml Mtth a detailed description ot the recovered wreckage the steamer Kyle wirelessed that it would con tinue the search There was no trace oC the boat tn the wreckage Tlie Kyle indicated the steel fuse lage of Old Glory was shattered either by the force its fall or the blows of the waves No mention was made of the main tank holding 900 gallons of gasoline so this huge prob ably went to the bottom Wings Supports Wrecked The ships undercarriage and left wheel are fairly said the dispatch received by the Xew York Taily Mirror owned ly W R Hearst the flight from Douglas correspondent aboard the backer of liinlr its Kyle But the wings and supports are a tangled mass of stays giving evidence of boistrous weather in this vicinity which may give a cluo to the fate oC the three brave men who accompanied Old Glory to this illfated Aboard the plane when It leftOld Orchard for Rome were Lloyd Borland and James X HtH and their navigator passenger Philip A Payne managing editor of the Mirror The messages told of the recovery of 34 feet of with the Stars and Stripes painted underneath three tanks still containing large supplies of gasoline and the major portions of the undercarriage and the left wheel Shippingmen believe continued search was useless They pointed to the observation of masters of vessels who looked for the plane last week that tho stormy sharkinfested waters would prevent tho survival of the strongest ventilation lifeboat Sight Piste ot Wreckage The seas continued to yield frag ments ot information concerning the fate oC other recent aerial expeditions that evidently ended in tragedy The latest camo from the Pacific where wreckage painted a bright yellow like that of the Golden Eagle the Dole flight was sighted Sept 1 by sailors aboard the fishing schooner William H Smith Ignorant ot tha transPacific flight and its tragic features tho seamen thot the wreckage merely a piece of driftwood and did not pick it up They sighted it about miles cast ot the Aleutian Islands at a spot which the piano might have reached 1C it had been blown oft Its course thru tho action ot wind and tide The Golden ISagle was piloted In the race to Honolulu by Tack TV Frost ot Xew York with Gordon Scott as LaCrosse Deputy Sheriff Killed in Jail Break Try TUNNEY UNWORRIED ABOUT TRAINING IS AIRPLANE PASSENGER CHICAGO Sept Daily News saiil today that Gene Tunaey heavyweight champion gave lie Korcst nnfl Chicago the slip to day when he soared awny in fin air plane hountlfor Colomin Lake some 300 miles distant He hrul heen viHitinj at the homo of Mr nml Mrs William Kolloy of Lvko Forest and thrlr son Gordon nccomyinniert tlio champion They were bound said a butlei1 who an svvDietl the telephone at Hie Kelley residence for the hunting lodjje Uin Kclleys jit Colemln Tunney and Younp Kelley planned to have a day fit the lodfCQ and re turn this evening Tlio champion did not wish to train in hot weather i unidentified person at the lley home later said over the cle phono that Tunney had not left in he plane AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen Ive known some out door workers Hint was rough mi wicked JinL all ilie nfisly sneakin kind o mcanoss is done Leader of Raiders Is Taken After Fight in Jail Office CROSSK Sept A deputy sheriff was shot dead by a fellow officer another deputy was wounded and the masked leader of an attempted delivery of prisoners was shot and captured when guns blazed at the county jail last night The dead deputy is Hubert Slants whoitlso was county clerk He mistaken for one of tho members ot tho band that attempted tho deliv ery and was shot down by Herman city policeman whose com mand to halt Ktaats Ignored D 1 Khmdcr another Deputy was wounded in the arm by a shot from the revolver of Lawrence Allen who captained the unsuccessful raid on the jail Allen was slightly wounded and was captured In a corn field nearby The suspicions of officers were aroused earlier in the evening by ro ccipt of a telephone call which said that federal officers were bringing in several prisoners Wnen two motor cars filled with men drew lip at the jail and Allen masked stepped into the joil the sheriffs force opened fire Allen recently was released from the jail He said he had been offered to effect the lelease of Robert Holt held on several rohlery charges Mother Speaks of Beloved Now Held for Her Murder in Will OTTAWA Sept Harry Hill tho beloved son of Mrs Klisui Hills last will and testament today found himself the principal ben eficiary of the mother he is charged with having slain Hill in jail here trial I learned yesterday that his mother had t j becuiethert him a farm and i United Slates bonds treasury notes land real estate mortgages valued j lesser grants complete an j estate ot The bequests were made hlesg In endearing terms contrast ins with Mrs Hills letters threaten ing disinheritance written shortly fere her death The will was marie Oct S fl2n two weeks prior to the divorce which separated her from Dr H C Hill who was given by the terms of the will The will center of a search since Mrs Jlills body was found buried in the basement of her home was in the possession of Thurlow G Kssington t former slate senator who hurried i back from Kurape upon learning of I Hills dealh as ho remembered the will filed in his office Hills attorneys are challenging at tempts by he prosecution lo send the accused youth to thi electric chair on i a case circumstantial Dows Has 2 New Rubies BOWS Sept anrl Mrs 10 arc the parents of a baby girl born at the Tlllswortb hospital at Iowa Falls Mr anrl Mrs Oscar Johnson are the parents of a baby boy BUREAU CLAIMS Forecast for Drop in Tem perature Is Made For Iowa DBS MOINBS Sept lief from the prolonged period of CO degree temperatures that has made Iowa one of the hottest places in the United States during the past week nns forecast today by the local wcnth cr bureau Predictions for Bomewhat cooler temperatures tonight in the extreme western portion of tho state and in the central and northern portions to morrow should mean the breaking up oc the heat wave by tho end of the week observers said No rain is yet In sight Reports ot many deaths and of r ins temperatures which are making this month the hottest September In weather bureau history came from all parts bt the west central states Only four cities reported their temperature as being under CO Agrees Eight deaths were reported here Tho mercury touched 05 degrees equalling record for S tember established in 1900 Many Illinois Iowa Indiana and Missouri schools were closed dua to the intense heat officially was the hot test spot in the United States yes terday the mercury rising to an even 100 degrees Federal weather bureau reports forecast rain for western hut this relief IB not expected to alle viate suffering in the lower region ot the Great Lakes before Friday FREIGHT MEN Desire for Better Living Con ditions Is Given as Reason CHICAGO Sept de sire for better standards of living In creased wago levels in other indus tries and prosperous condition of the railroads in general were advanced as yesterday by attorneys for tho brothrhoorl of railway clerks and freight handlers of the Chicago and Northwestern railway who are Keeking in increase in wages of 15 cents hour Sallronfl officials at the hearing be fore an arbitration board have argued that such an increasa for em ployes would raise tho payroll ot the company by a year The railroad in flrgruing for a de crease Instead of an increase argued today that clerks now arerelatively better paid than other railway em Public sentiment argued railroad at torneys demanded decreased trans portation costs Instead of Increases The union has been given a weclc to present its case SEARCH STARTED Worth County Farmer Who Ignores Court Examined NORTHYTOOD Sept O Stein the Worth county farmer wno would rather remain in Jail than keep his cattle and hoga penned up BO aa not to run over the neighbors crops has been from the psycho pathic hospital at Iowa City and has been pronounced of Bound Ho was taken thcro Monday by Sheriff A E Wclneth and John of tlio mnjorlty party of lie The trip was made after the Worth Philippine legislature have placcil the sfnmp of approval on Maj Gen Frank Slclnfyrc above has been rec ommended for the post nf Krrcrnor general of tho Philippines McTnfyrc in cliief ot tho bureau of insulnr nf fnirs of the nrniy Prolonged Heat Wave Puts Big Part of Crop Be yond Frost Danger 1 Tha most rapid progreA ever made by lowa corn during September as a re sult ot the prolonged 90degree heat wave has advanced the maturity of the crop and increased the percentage that is safe from frost local weather ureau and department of agricul ture officials report The volume of total yield ot the corn has not been increased by the hot says Leslie Carl chief of the bureau However the crop fe front of crop estimates heat is making the the danger of a kill ng frost Perhaps half tho corn in central lowa is safe front frost From 5n to fiO per cent of the total acreage will bo free from frost dan ger on Sept 30 Mr Carl estimates This Would bo an Improvement of from ID to IS per cent over tho esti mates of crop reporters at tho first this month If all OC he lowit corn is to mature says Mr Carl the first killing frost would have to be delayed until Oct 20 While the general result ot tho hot weather has been lo hasten most of tile Iowa corn to safety In some places a lack1 of moisture combined with ex cessive heat Is damaging the crop says Hood cliicC ot Hie weather bureau here Some the Inte corn on light soils is firing as county sanity commission had shown reluctance about passing on the tion ot Steina sanity Commission Couldnt Agree One of the members of the commis sion Dr L G Hewitt has examined Stein who is In custody of ths sher iff but did not make any announce mcnt of his findings There waa no formal meeting of tro commission tho tho case waa freelj discussed among the members Accordingly Sheriff Weieneth tool Stein to Iowa City where University doctors gave him a thoro examinaticn No evidence of insanity waa found they reported County officers therefore nra Ui against it again for Stein reneatedlj has said that ho will not furnish tfce bond offered him by the for cbjrk for not complying with the order to keep his stock penned up after many Worth county neighbors of Steinf had made several complaints It wns expoctcd tho farmer rive tho bond and return to his wo but ho Bays ho will remain In the county jail indefinitely He has Jhoro approximately tvo weeks He refuses to take a bath or shave It is reported that Stein stated that he had not had his shoes ofC since hn Ins put in a week ago Friday result of too rapid drying JSfittmates on tho daily gain to the during tiie period ot hot temperntures cnnnot made at this The farmers to he be said exact probably accurately Mr Cni1 iiave not gained any money from thoir corn during the bent wave since the potential increase In value was in the rrop such anyway and was waiting a betterment of for Killer Odar Falls Sept 8 Year Old Country School Pupil Not Expected to Survive Injuries NASHUA Sept Waltc e 8 year old daughter ot Mrs Arthur IVnito livinc a mile north ot hero on No 218 linR in a serious con dition In n WavciIy hospital as a re sult of being struck by a car In tront of her home yesterday afternoon Tho child this morning was still unconscious and doctors snid tlint ahc had slight hope for recovery duo to internal Injuries Tho automobile which struck the little filrl was drivni by KlmeiSpood lini 18 Nnsluiii The girl waa belns hrot home from school The accident happened as the ffirl was walking behind her school Will Rogers FIRST NATIONAL STUDIO BURBAXK Sept want to lie the first to offer the Coo lidscs a summer home Its located at Claremore OkU Oklahoma is a doubtful state That is it is doubtful if it is al lowed to stay In tho union if it dont mend its political ways We have the ranch house scveencd to keep the fish out We have had ninny as fish in one ro deo there Wo will guarantee him a wild west show anrl Indian war dance twice a day If a farmer mentions relief in hiK presence he will he shot at sunrise Remember this offer is for either next summer or the fuur following Yours Congressman at large KOCSERS Copyright 1 Raymond Hill 13 Year 6ld Junior High Student Has Been Gone 3 Days BELMOMD Sept the 13 year old son of Mr and Mrs Arthur Hill of this city has been missins from his home since Monday morning Jate yesterday afternoon he had not been found but his parents were on ft search In order to find him The only clew they had was that he had liot a ticket for Clarion The youth left a note In his tablet at school which told his classmate that his parents would he sorry and Hint no policeman could ever find him Being an excellent student In the junior high school herotrouble at his j Lome seems to be the only cause of his disappearance Airs drove to Cedar and teachers car after taking th oil there to enter Iho daughter Amy State Teachers TKc following enter Colum hlji college at Duhuquo this week Arthur Kalbnch Vcrn Wolf Cervis Pkzen Paul KInney Green and Delphino Rroivn stopped in front of Miss Helen Maloy the teacher had Hie home the teacher had Childs Body Is Located in Vacant House Daughter of James Forrest Assaulted Police Have No Clews CEDAR RAPIDS Sept The body ot Kathleen Forrest year old daughter ol Mr and Mrs James Forrest was found In tha base nent ot a vacant housea few doors rom her home today She had issaulted and murdered No traco of the murderer has been ound by police Tho child was last seen shortly af ter 6 oclock last night when she asked her mother for a banana Upon being told to wait until cupper time she returned outside to play Searched All Night When she failed to appear a search was started by her parents police neighbors and deputy sheriffs hunted during the night When found In the vacant bouse bj one of tho searchers tho childs head covered by an old hat was a ot bruises Thero is no clew to the slayer The body was found by C H Saw yer who had moved from tho vacant house Sept 1 Ho had heard of th disappearance nnd went there to search tho place In the kitchen was found a bloodstained hat No Instru ment was found and It is tho belli ot officers that tho childs head battered against tho wall of the cellar No Strangers Seen No strangers were Been In th neighborhood during the day Th section of the city where the Porres homo Is locates is thickly populated rhildnv stree saw no one not a resident of munity during the afternoon How fho slayer gained access to tho vacant house has not been explainer 9 nil doors were found locked Jifldren In tho neighborhood1 BnW that n window In tho basement had been open daringthe day but this was closed when tho body was found Every detective In the city has been issigned to tho case distance to Pacific Islands Constitutes Half Way s Across Ocean TOKYO Sept F chlee and William 8 Brock pilots t tha tha world monoplane ride of Detroit today announced hey expected to hop off near hera tor tlrtway Islands nearly halt way cross the Pacific Friday This was a reiteration of the Rtate nent made previously by the flyers at mura whore they were held up two ays by bad weather They arrived t Kasumlganra near here today aft r a COO mile trip from Omllra Tho projected fllglit to tha Midway leans a hop of miles Japanese Warn Flyers Midway Is only a coral formation of few square miles In area Japanese viators believe the attempt would and there has been a if protest againsttheir disposition to ontlnue and Schlee aro endeavoring to ireak the round the world record ot 18ii days They are now tn their nineteenth day and have covered but miles of their coursa having nore than miles mostly by wa cr befora them Once at Midway this flyers would ace a mile pap oC water to Hono uln anfl then mora miles to San They must fly to Har or Grace N to complete their itinerary ROYAL WINDSOR IS TAKEN HOME Secretary Said to Favor For mer Cabinet Officer for President WASHINGTON Sept iVhilo he has not decided to support my republican candidate at this time iccrelary Mellon was said today it ho treasury to favor Charles E lughes from a personal point of iew It was added however this rtid lot necessarily mean he would he lie lind Mr Hughes should tho latter loclaro himself a candidate At a special press conference called it the sncretnrys office It was do ilared that Mr Mellon regarded President Coolidge as definitely nut oi the field thru his statement in Black IHIIs that he did not choose to run In Tho secretary It was asserted in tended to hold hlmsfllf nloof from pru impnicn Mr attitude was s a result of slnrioK from Pittsburgh just stopped flip utir when little Jnnojthnt ho would support Mr got out and started around tho rear Orphan Has iraiulHoii ORCHARD Sept and MIB lames Morse received word Friday the lilrth of a pound grandson at Hit homo nf thrir son Morse and wife at Council Bluffa THE BOOK OF DOG LORE Contains history and description of leading breeds of dogs prepared by experts in the United States 5e partment of Agriculture Forty six pages fully illustrated booklet com plete and authentic may he secured thru our Washington Information Bureau for four cents In stamps Cor return postage and handling LTso the coupon Frederic J Hnskin Director Mason City GInlieGnzctto i Information Unreaii t Washington D C J I enclose herewith four i In stamps for a topv of the i Iioolilel rtUKKDS OF IJOttS of Miss Maloys automobile Apparently she did not sco the ap proach of the Speeclling auto She was knocker down nml run over jspccdllng immediately stopped and took the girl to tho Waverly hospital Kpeedling Kays that he saw the girl behind the car for some distance but thot that she wasnot going to crosa the road The girls father Arthur AVaite died a week ago today in the same hos pital nfter being 111 but a day His funeral was held Saturday Street Nnnio City Slate iis former cabinet associate nomination for Itinrliina Hnmn Has Guests Sept and Mrs Frank Vanderhoef anrl family of Rarragoo are visiting nl the Vanderlioef homoIn Rurchlnal Find Man Held in C R Never Worked in Huntington Postoffice X TT sept Postnl officers ho said today thru tiny K nrreslfvi In tVtlar Ravi Ids with drf inndiiiir Iho pmcrnnipnL had novor IIP on run nrotorl with tlip FIunniiKton poKloffirc So fur thcfr records re veal Cuiliss 1ms nrvrr hrrn oni pioypfl t hr nfficp Irpufiuipnt in Mother In fiarnrr Sopt Wnllrr Joslfii iviio Is i flic t ura I onfTinrpr in1 U 1 iv if j c s i i i n y t 111 P 11 o n i o uf lils mother Mvs Minnie Jostcn The Local Weather KArCYBQR GRACE X JC fflTpt 14 monoplane Hoyal Wind sor in which Phil Wood and C A Duko Schiller had hoped to make a rnnsAUrtntfc crossing hopped oft from oclock eastern standard timo this morningfor home Windsor Ontario The disippointci flyers had resolutely to their original n the face of adverse circumstances were only dissuaded from their course y the pica nf friends and the direct orders ot their financial backers eared that any attempt tn span ths turbulent Atlantic so In tho son wTould add now names tn the Rrnw ng list ot aviators who have perished n tho venture As a farewell tribute to their ow Canadians Captain Terry Tully ind Lieut James ot the ill monoplane Sir John Carling the tVindsor flyers dropped n wreath over the harbor before heading out on their coursp That rolirso was to takn them alonj ho south coast to Port AUK Basques TOO distant thence to Caps Hay Cabot Strait to North Sydney X and down tho coast to OH Or chard from whence if tha weather continues propitious they vill continue on to Windsor without stopping Leonard Cline Writer Admits Killing Irwin IIAjE Sept t Leonard Cline novelist anl newspaperman today entered B plea r guilt to a chargeof mnnalniitAtrr Siowing out of the staying last May of his friend IVUfred Irwin Clinfl originally was charged with murder mrl a Jury for trial wns completed vcslordny after 1IH veniremen had been examined Tho charpo waa changed and tho plea entered as evl1 lence was about to bo token American Beet Sugar corporation weather figures for 21 hour period endinR at 8 a m Wednesday 1 ji Maximum C4 Minlmnn 7R The Ihermome MINP to Hi Tues day while rm the rriiTespoiidiiiK ila te last year the cily heat was turner on Can yon im turning ex ii n The wind switcher frnni southeast to Isirjiiirht snnih while nil point l lie fact thai this nisei will lie I a hot clay POOR PA BY Claud n Gallon ied out when llinl nniglilior look me Cor i lillln ride in Iine is n strain lo r ill 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