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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 19, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                NOIITH IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition Edited for fhp Home VOL XXXIV FIVE CENTS HER COPT AND MASON CITY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON IOWA WEATHER fair tonight nnd not much vlinngc in SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 295 Des Moines Racer Next to Check In Trio Is Overdue V BULLETIN CLEVELAND Sept C W Meyers of Detroit first to get away from the airport nt Rellefonte in the national air derby landed at the Cleveland air port He is listed as entry 36 flylii a 10 Leslie Miller Des Moines it his Eaghjrock plane entered as No 41 was second to land at ilames Chnries Richmond also flying nn Easrleroclc en try Xo 32 swooned down on the field a few seconds later Meyers went into lie air lieaii tt westward at p m Miller V nndjCharles took off sinuiltaneous for the west Sept 2C light commercial All the others Had the flying field here on toward their west 23 thnt completed the forced down on the way rain and others cx tiouble glerock piloted by G Ellis aria A J Qiiinbr Sited ivord that their Qulnby would par Ehe transcontinental Tew York to Spokane letter was receiveil Ifftffgijcn the flyer xvas hi rSjSnis on his way to New JPV fljinR a Waco ma Inline III Mr Quinby Springs youth one of the 26 flyers icessful takeoffs this Roosevelt Field New smith of Tacoma and the Tiilotcd by L F Hughes Wheeling W The Waco10 piloted by K C Dake Pittsburgh landed at Ha had IT forced down at Hlghbrldge K hd had broken a wheel in trying to B off again He left the field at 34 p m 26 Start Long Flight ROOSEVELT FIELD X Sept I 26 ENTRANTS IN AIR DERBY WHO TOOK OFF TODAY ROOSEVELT FIELD N Sept The 26 pilots the mcins numbers on the sides of tne ships anil fhclr planes entered in todays class B race of the XewYorli to Spokane air licrby arc 32 T S Charles Richmond Eaglerock 334E Fleet Hartford Hess Bluebird 34 A M Banks Philadel phia Pitcalrn Flcelwing n T Qiiinby Rocli Is land Waco10 C Mayers Detroit WocoIO V L Roberts Fargo N JMonocoupe C B McMahan Miles City American Eagle 40 Tex Lagrone Kansas City 41 Leslie Miller DCS Moines Eagleroclc G Smith T a c o m a Eaglerock 43 R IS Johnson Missoula Swalloir 44 A Litzcnbergcr IVaco10 H E Campbell Long i Island X Eajjlerock A Dillon Waco10 48 L F Iliiglics Wheeling W Waco10 49 E Deiimer Tnrrjtowji H Bradford Travelair K R LliBcr Madison X Travelair JI If Median Yakinia Eaglerock R W Camwell OUIa lioma City Travelair J F Sidunvski R E Dnke Pittsburgii Waco S Darius Chicago Amer ican Eagle 60 E G Knapp Jpsilanti WaciJfl 63 Jack Aslicroft Towanda Waco10 NBlacli Chicago Land Commercial Routes For Flyers In National Air Derbies NMUIR RACES END OF DERBIES V SPOKANE Wash whirli 1urPosc ot ho KaHonnl Air Derby association of Spokane Fleming of Spokane contestnnts on their arrial at Ihe SpolL Stock Market Recovers Early Losses Following Releases i ANY DENIES GOILT OF WAR Searching Planes Fail to Find Jensen With Movie Stunt Animal YORK Scpl Distribution of enormous buying orders in the last hour of tradinj caused a reversal of llm stock market trend today early declines of li ti IS points largely re trieved unilcr the spur of nrtivc for both accounls LOS AXGELES Sept Tlio monoplane ot Martin Jensen oil Dole flight fame transporting the mo XEW YORK Sept tion picture lion Leo on nonstop i bull movement on the New night from San Diego to Xew Exchange which has carried 1 Bllll was unaccounted for scores of issuesto levels i sponsors tho in tho last tew weeks received a ter iHindenburg Says Country Can Prove Case Before RLIX Sept Allys challenge to licr late enemies Motion Picture company two days nnd j half txftcr it left the coast city Jensen wasi reported by any as hrtvingr been seen last just etore noon Friday less than two hours after tlie hopotf j He had expected to arrive In Xewj topheavy vpecnlativo position York at noon Saturday The company Leaders Seek to Halt Move for Al Smith McAdoo and Meredith Are Believed Working to Keep 1 Governor Out NEW YORK Sept idential political gossip wan sizzling In light New York today rial planes took ofE on the rivst leg Gibbs McAdoo nn j the crosscountry flight to Spokane j nounced Haturday hn would not be a tills inornlntf Tlie start was candidiitc for the democratic noininnj Ljirtde it eastern standard time j ton was in the city as well as Edwin lind by a the last f tarter PSleredith secretary of nsrlculturc ad left Jin the cabinet of President Wilson tho takeofrs made at one min Democratic newspapers attributed per that he was seen passing ivcr Jactmiba in the San Bernardino mountains and over Dixieland at the eastern foot of the same coastal range His course from there was over the stretches of the Colorado desert and the Arizona semimountain ranges The film company yesterday had seven San Dleso planes searching the Planned course of the lion bearinff Plane but they returned to their base last night after finding no trace of it The company officials did not Indl mjuaiun un o s cato if the planes would be sent outlSteel and Foundation com again today to continue tho all sold down I to nonrly 7 i They said Jensen had food and water rifle jolt today when a flood ot selling orders swept into the market and car ried prices oC many issues down tive to nearly IS points Tho reaction while widely charac terized as a necessary correction ot a topheavy vpecnlativo position Un doubtedly was stimulated by the mark Ing un of be rail money today as a prelude to a more vigorous campaign for tho moral rehabilitation of tho relch in tho eyes of the world Time has not softened the sting o paragraph of tho treaty of Versail les which declares that the war forced on tho nlUetl powers by Ger many nnd her allies and which has been over since denounced from public cent and the calling flnd nulplt hero as an SUSCribe serve shown in last Saturdays clear ing house statement Fears ot sharp increase In brokers loans already at a record high level also was believed to be a factor in the selling movement Xationa Tea broke 13 points Du pout D General Motors old and General Motors U S Cast Iron Pipe Houston U S enough to last about three days if he had been forced down points Small Tornado Does Damage Near Eagle Grove Fields Hurt Tho president in his speech yester day declared that Germany had un sheathed the sword with a pure con science and in selfdefense The mem ory of tho Gcrmansjuho fell fighting for tho freedom of their and the honor of those still living hs said enjoin me hrro and now to declare solemnly Thn accusation that Germany uas responsible for this greatest Officials Believe Boy Did Not Place Body in Hole CEDAR RAPIDS Sept Whilehis 14 year old non wag being arraigned today on a charge of mur der in connection with the slaying last Tuesday evening of Kathleen Forrest 6 year old daughter of Mr ana Mrs Jamea Forrest his father William T C Messner was under police suspicion of having been nn accessory after th fact County Attorney Walter J Barn Drover Chief of Polico Bencsii un newspaper men shortly after tin boys return from Uock Island 111 whore ho was arrested Saturday wero told by Lyle that he had no placed the child in the Uola in the jasement of tlie vacant house where t was found Wednesday morning County Attorney Barngrover who issued a warrant for the nr rest of Mr and Mrs Messner on a charge of conspiracy to obstruct jus Ice and aiding their son to escape leclared last night thnt ho bclievei Messner had found the body oi Kathleen at the foot of tho basemen stairs where Lyle In hia confession said he left It and that he Mr Mess icr had placed the body in the hole Father Seen In H9tisr Mr Messncr two women told police was in the house which is dooi o tlio Meaner borne when they en TlJlW TO PAGE 18 on Parade for Paris Crowds Wounded Frenchmen Head Parade of Yankees in Rain PALAIS TU TROCADERO Paris Sept American Le sion parade headed by a delegation if French war mutilated started frnm the Place Blena at p m Delegations from ftl tho states of tho union begun assembling In the vi cinity of tho Place Dfena shortly be ARE WEL fore 1 oclock as rain started to RUTS ELDER PASSES TESTS Examining Officer Calls Flyer Real American Girl NEW YORK Sept Ruth Elder winsome Dixie aviatrlx vbo insists shs is soine to fly the all wors we hereby repudiate Ger t a fact before Impartia Prove the fjte intervals were accomplished with ukllke precision smoothness rUher conditions which had postponrment shortly before the their visit to a desire to head off what the papers termed the growing move ment for Gov Smith of New York Announcement that Frank O Low EAGLR OHOVE Sept tornado did damese a miles northwest ot here Saturday ovc ning at i oclock J iv C 4 D I J TI Ahollt n mio Thor Ihe wind rrost Keporred telegraph and poles snjni stacks were overturned1 cornfields leveled ior considerj distance The storm ot wind ami AGTORJS SUED Iowa in Sudden Temper ature Change rain wns quite severe in this cleared up quickly at the last l6n would vialt Xcvv Tor If shortly wns DEf MOINES Sept unmiEP nute interpreted by newspapers as meaning W not accompany the 10 de Icehouse of tho DCs 400 men and women spoclatllat he would try to offset booms for temperatures aa Destroyed and i and friends of the flyers ceonvledcliarlcs E Hughes ind Herbert J Saturday afternoon ami early Sunday 1cptntcti that a valuable nnd the machines sit the takeoff for the republican Humiliation nnd except on low crnnnit cnD horses were killed Girl Charges Comedy Star Attacked Her During liSi Visit to Wife ncH LOS ANTJELES Sept t picture officials today were ig i report that Wallace Beery v ot tli i iously close to the Tiirlinsr propellers All Joined In a rrneral hand wavlnp as the red flap In hand of Cnptaln Walter Bender nn of the official starters dropped TlRN TO PAGE IS AUNT HET By Robcii Quillen Pride is just ignorance ainl never felt sluck Lip since L seen what a vnc Jjum cleaner could pot out rups I hot was In a recent speech at a republican banquet Representative Hamilton Fish New York advocated Hughes as the nominee anil there has been much newspaper discussion of tho possibility on a Hughes and Hoover ticket William IL Crawford national pub licity director for Lowdeii lias wired 0 republican leaders in each stnte of the country asking Will Mr Coolidue be dratted If nturo of iia degrees nt S p the mercury dropped 10 degrees to 53 by n m yesterday morning bureau lecorcls showed Cooler temperatures ranslnff from a daily maximum of 70 degrees to the for ties at night arc predicted for Iowa Sincetho meterological conditions not whom will the delegates from Busing the extreme heat of last week your state Would they pre changed lirtle possibility of another period of high temperatures is seen by the bureau Fire Destroys House Near Britt Fair Grounds j ter an eastern conservative to awcst j crn liberal Crawford announced today that 17D replies so far received expressed belief that Coolidee would not be the repub lican nominee and GO thnt ho would be On the strength of preferences ex pressed from 10 states Crawford mndc a tabulatioi of convention delegates near the fair grounds was destroyed Lowden far In the lead rlw v as o ncd by Thomas ORomk and occupied by the Dan Gnnoe velt family The origin of the fire is but when discovered about Sept small PT Association Is oclock was a mass of flames The fire department was unable to do more than protect surrounding houses ind j trees Host to Bristow Teachers BRISTOW Sept Parent Teacher association helda reception for the school faculty on Friday at the Christian church to which the general public wns invited A short program was given in which lVncst Urandcn i SHuinr Teaclinrs Honored burg offered thr welcome for thJ Kept town nnd school while the Rev Mr Uawsonl licll n in voiced tie welcome of the tllc ncultv fit tho Kowan Supcrlnti Snger rciponded toldlllpl1 fiiday rvenlnjr ir tlie these in hclinlf of thr tpnch I house A InrRe nmnlicr cn era jnyrd the rjccnflion TO THE SCHOOL CHILDREN OF MASON CITY You will need a copy of the Con stitution the Declaration of Inde pendence and the Articles or Con federation in your study of history and civics The Washington Information Bureau of this paper has printed these three important documents in a handy littlo booklet which will b useful for school work There is no cost except fyur cents in stamps 10 cover return postage and hMtulling Scnd fcr a today md show 11 to joiir teacher IVcdcric J Tlie Mason City GlohcGazetle JnrorinnYion Dfircn u C I enclose herewith four cents In slamps fur a ropy of the CONSTITUTION BOOKM3T i Street City he attacked her while she was a guest in his home and that he is the father of her expected chilli Studio officers discounted the re port saying Beery was on location in an inaccessible place In tho higli t Sierra range nnd that it would take some time to get Into communication with him Miss suit alleges tho mo tion picture actor attacked her once while tihe was a guest of Mrs Beery in their Hollywood home last Decem thnt a second attack took i place ivhcn tiio actor drova her home in his automobile The dancer and actress came here recently when the police declared she Iitid Iwcn found near tho Beery home n pistol concealed in 1 handker chief She was arrested later in n hotel after she had fired several shots In stantly charges were filed against her but wero dismissed later subjected to a rigid examination Miss Blder who plans tho Atlantic flight in her Stinson Detroltcr mono plane was said by Major Luther H Rice examining physician to ba a real American She passed the examination with a high rating Attired in tan knickers and a white manniah shirt Miss Elder attracted general admiration at the Hying field fcr hair which she is allowing to 5row long was tied back from her lead with a multicolored ribbon The Town Takes Measures to Prevent Paralysis Sopt forts urn mado for the proven of Jnfiintilo piralysln by and ruinlifatins tho school arc no cason here School boms hiivo boon changed lo hour fnriloion noiotint of the ho monoplane American Girl to s a real American slrl physically tft the opinion of physicians They so pronounced her after examining her preparatory to a solo flight tn order tbat she may quaiifly for a pilots li cense Reports that she did not plan to make the transoceanic flight but was going only as far as Newfoundland and then rpturn heralding a new mo tion picture entitled The American rnct with emphatic denial from Miss KIder She also denied that her CHICAGO Kept j for flyin activities were part of a cigavet nnd n advertising scheme j torneys fw After being plated In n spinning chair by aviation and fall to the great disgust oC thousands of French spectators but tho Legion naires did not aeem to care Never dia ths cafes and the rcs taurnnts in the vicinity oC the Palais Du Trocadcro do such a land ottlcc business Tho Avciuto President Wit son wns chosen by many as an Idea spot and tho delegates from Avansas Michigan Alaska Airginia Soutl Carolina Maryland Iowa New Mex ico Nebraska Utah Missouri Colo radio and Massachusetts were watche by a great crowd of spectators Drain Heads Marchers General lames A grand marshal of the parade In his full mil form of a general or tho American iivmy headed the first sronji of Amcr icnn marchers French Boy Scouts before the statn or LaKiyette handed tho marchers littlo red white and blu flowers to be placed on tlio gravn o the unknown soldier ns tho Legion planed under the nrc do tr omphe Tho French crowd was amused nuzzled by many things in the parade They laugh loudly at the high BOU boots ot nn Ohio drum major nnd ap Plauded tho smart unlCdririH of tb various groups but their comment showed that many thot the varioii state costumes wero some sort o lueer American nrmy uniform weather linnrovert amS xo weather Improver and Pnrisions no content merely occupyingth windows and doorways of thel honsen invaded the streets by oclock It the wonderful crowc o tho jfroat French holidays Fenrcd for Cnnnuiiiisls Tho parade at this time had covered nearly a milo without tlie slightest sign of trouble when suddenly a arose from a little restaurnnt in the ne PoiHsiere Tho crowd which was nt a highlv nervous tension because of fear that the communists might make trouble mado a concerted rush on the res taurant only to find that It was n provincial visitor complaining coffee is rotten Take it FACEBIG SUIT J Hamilton Lewis Files Damage Petition in U S Court Spirit of Enthusiasm Marks First Session in Paris PALAIS DU TKOCADERO PARIS Sept With a tremendous roar of upjiluusa nnd cheers from tho delegates for President Doiimergua Marshal Focli Gen Perahlnjf nncj National Commander Howard 1 Eiav use the ninth convention the Am crlcan Legion wis opened here at oclock morning In the famous Trocadcro President Doumergue heart ot tin French Republic was the susst ol honor Members of the cabinet sen ators deputies and leaders In the mii itnry navnl and diplomatic life of France occupied tho platform Everywhere there was n spirit ot enthusiasm HIIRO reflectors threw their light on Uio gathering remark le for KB color The Marseillaise 1 nd the Btar Spangled Banner shared lionoru as played by various bands while Mar shal Focli sitting General Per Khlnga left bowed his npprcclntion of tho spontaneous outburst which reeted his appearance Business Session Hricf The business ponlun opening Kcssion WHS exceedingly brief A reports hastily adopted anil orders worn given tlie committee chairmen for the af ternoons parade Suddenly on a sign from Command or Savage tlie vast asscmbiage arose and the strains of There is No Healh1 throbbed thru the bnlldinp Then camo o in Tlie great auditorium ot tho Trocadoro had been profusely decor ated with American and French flags and pennants ntivined The pint form was a picture in sold and crim son with tho national departmental and Btato bannerti ot ihe Lesion form inga background Legion hands appeared in uniform Tho famous Rec and While Stetsons played national melodies My Old Kentucky and Dixie ieIng with Over There nnd La for the applause ot tho Le gionnaires after the national antheuvH ot Franco and tho Lrmted States hnj icon player several times Cooliclgo Sends Greeting A message from President Coolidgo o tho LcBlonnalres by virelcss an hour before the convcn ion openerj wns road nnd greeted with thunderous applause AVhon Lnuis Mailn the French ninlstcr ot pensions wns introduced omeono In the gnllery shouted Loni ivo Sacco nnd The out urst sounded very lonely and was ulckly drowned in cheers while the isturher wns ejected Tho incident ustcad of a ruffle in the on husiasm of ihe meeting ralhrr In ii Thomas fiivcs Welcome Thr if as tlelu by luliiin M Tluimns fln c iltu in IJnitcdi Mutes district cuuVl liore partnicnt rommniidr of rranrr formni tor f Hamilton Lewis on coni in part trlUt thnt you n iul your ilies will i most behtilf of tho Baltimore Jiuitcrlnc Um inour nnd company Sivift mid com Profitable time in France panj Wilson and company and iid concerns thrunut country Woman Is Burned to Death Starting With Aid of Kerosene Fire j uc 1 has become known as the nuth IIA Ribbon and scores of young gfrls ivere seen wearing them The aviatrlx said her husband Lyle Womack of Lakeland bad nr in New York but she refused to livulffo where he wns staying or ISLAXD Vettcr 1D vhcn and had arrived f Milan was burned to death thla morning when clothes became iSnitPd as she was starting a fire in Hie kiuilien stove with the aid of kero wne Her husband CO was seriously Iniruetl in trying to save her thot fur those who wore un thnjabte tn bo present with us here nn I express the hope that the Paris cnn vcntlon will bo a o In his reply Conimnnder i the more members of tho Legion now in Paris I Kipatest pcaroiime or will In Ihe Jilstoiy of the ivurld We 110 profoundly touihed bv i i ivords of lie we are Imppy to be licre upmi your j vltation len years after the flrst Anicr TLRN TO IAOr Will Rogers HOLLYWOOD Sept At tlio prize fight in Chicago tho usual Chicago will prevail Guns instead of cloves Chicngo lias of fered free ammunition to all out or town visitors Lindbergh is coming here tomor row Ho Is the one man in the world that I would stand on 1 soap box on a corner and try to pet n icek at I got my box and my cor ner picked out Yours WILL P S T scr where my tood friend W Ci AIcAdoo lias foiloivcil Ooolldgon rxamplc and announced ho is eligible for tho draft Two draft horses may pull njinlnsi oali other at the next election 1917 The Local Weather American Sugar corporation j nr figures for 2 hour period ending nt i S 1 MT Sunday i Maximum flj Jlinlinnni 18 At 8 a in i Sunday 53 Kahifiill ir I figures for 24 hour period Hiding it S a m Monday 17 Mill im n m 7 At S a m Monday The Icmpornture came perilously ncir the line lust night but evidently not near enough lo do damageeven to tbo nost tender of hniiHo plants POOR PA Fly Claude CaUiin Ma wanted Hcllys beau to Ihink we didnt have anything extra for dinner hut tlie childrens rejoicin give it away   

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