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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 20, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS MEWSPAIER 0 Final Edition Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES IOWA WEATHER Fair with Wednesday fair and nut So cool I VOL XXXIV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS L1SASED WIKB REPORT MASON CifYrfOWA 20 1927 UNITED PRESS AXD IXTERMATIONA L NVJWS NO 296 I Democratic Chiefs Fear Dirth of Strong Dry Candidates Sept for a conference oC dry rtemo icrats by Edwin T Meredith today Xiultled spice to the presidential poUti pol started boiling by W G Mc lAdooy announcement that he would ot run Uliilo Meredith hasbeen a sup porter of McAdoo was making his sea 11 rom York Senator Reed ot S Missouri aspirant Cor the democratic Bnornination was making a speech at jHutcninson on farm relief On the republican Bide there were comments by leaders as to whether Coolidge would run Meredith expressed fear that unless 90 strong dry progressive democrat Kshould be In the Held tha nomination go to Governor Smith of New York by default Baker Is Possibility deprecating his POten j tialities ie named as likely selections JjNewton D Baker Senator Thomas I Walsh of Montana Senator Joseph ITJRobinson of Arkansas Keyrcscnt Tative Cordcll Hull of Tonnesee nnri Daniel C Boper oC Texas Meredith expressed the belief that P nator Reed of Missouri and Clover nitchlc ot Maryland would he ttn acceptable to the dry democrats for J the same reason which debars Cover IJnor Smith from Merediths favor That is their stand on the prohibition qucs Is time for tho dry democrats call a conference discuss piat nii and Meredith said ml T expect to see such a confer within none wiiTty Tlie most in the platform should lie farm find prohibition ho added urs i that t democrats llio re blican r ore of en orccmenof liquor laws and its work relief Democrat I am personally for the selection of drydemocrat iml feel that tlie se iclion ot any other type foredooms lilie parly to he added hotli McAdoo and Meredllh in GovHinor Smith who is liere seemed tutpcrttjrhed over IIP nuest for his opponent In the next Tils sole comment on Ihe was I am not at till in terested In the comings or goinps of the petitlemen from California ami visitor from the south whose pres ence in New York was also ns politically significant wasCol Patrick H Calahan a dry leafier of k ville and a prominent layman Senator Moses republican or New at reiterated HEAVIER FROST REPORTS BOOST CORN ABOVE CHICAGO Sept pects ot heavier Irost tonislit than ast night threatenlff serious damage to tho countrjs corn crop led tn sensational fresh advances in corn val ues today Trading developed into a big broad affair toward the last and the price of December delivery in particular made a swift ascent to well above a bushel scoring an extreme jump of a bushel compared with yester days finish New Appointee Is Per sonal Friend of President WASHINGTON Sept definite decision to appoint Dwighl In excited trading the corn market losed at almost the top figures Morrovr as ambassador clo reached today with net gains ranging from GiffTVic a bushel The climax was reached after announcement was received that the weataer bureau at Sioux City Iowa said frost tonight would bo heavier than last night This announcement came on top of indications that frost would spread eastward tonight thru northern and central Illinois and would also affect Wisconsin Minnesota the Dalvotas and Nebraska The rapid advance of corn prices to day forced into operation many stand ing orders to stop losses at various fixed limits Another outstanding ef fect was to turn tlie wheat market from weakness tu strength and to lift prices for rye and oath as well Provisions also roso to a extent owing to the advance of corn 5 fticoc r WaSli toH t Jensen Plane isi3owii Lion Is Disgusted Stunt Flyer Lands on Moun tainside Passenger Unhurt PHOENIX Sept Martin Jensen ocean flyer il lempt nt n nonstop flight from tan Dirfjo to Xew York with a full grown lion as L passenger ended in a forced I landing1 on nn Arixona mountainsldo I to Mexico to take the place oC James R Sheffield recently resigned has been reached by President Coolittee Tho prospective ambassador who will retiveas a business partner of T Morgan to accept tho appoint ment has lonff been a personal friend oC tTfo president Consulted Few Associates The choice was madeby Mr Coo lldgo personally and there were indi catious that Inhis deterrnlnation to seek the aid of his friend in the tangled and delicate Mexican prob lem tho president consulted only a few associates To Mr Morrow will fall the task of piecing over an Interna tional relationship worn thin tj months oC controversy It is no secret that 31 r has come to regard tho i question oi Mexico as of the most trouhlesonic problems of his administration and his friends believe it is UJs hope to enlist every personal aid at hts dis posal to put ilfixicaiiAiiierican rcla tioiis on a KtaTle basis before he leaves thowhlte In tVio opinion of tho president the major difficulty with Mexico hinges on a direct issue whether American property in that country is to bo con fiscated under the new Mexican land and oil laws To this ciuestlon he feels that Mr Morrow Is no stranger Morrow Is HERBERT HOOVER AT HIS DESK El War Time Leaders Hold Center of Stage i at Convention j By VV HALL i PAHlS Sopl mil lion Frenchmen lined six miles of paved slvcols huru yesterday and applauded owa delegation ho Aincrij an Legion rOHveiilion ind the Davenport womens rill team Tho spectacle ofi he women carrying muskets vas to ihe Frenohiuon ml he Davonporl nonlingnnl cored a distinct hit Herbert lloovcr serrefary o commerce nnd prospective candidate for th republican uoniiiindon for president as lie appears at liis lesU inthis depart of cojnnicrcn the rights of proijcrty owners tindj he has been for 1I years one of the in the international banking house of J P Morgan and company which has a vast and farflung con tact with the question of American investments abroad With congress out of session Mr Morrows selection becomes effective rested totlny at Apache 123 jut his own pleasure nltlio If lie con miles north of here while plans were j in office Konato confirmation will be ultimately necessary Tho government has obtained the Mexican sanction of the selection The post has iicnu vacatit Fincn Sheffield resigned last July IsyPJoaserJ Mr Morrow isa lawyer learned inBody Will Not CoUVCnC Until being made extract the lions from the wrecked plane Jensen who had been missing sine yesterday at i iancli near Apache Lodge after a three dny liilco from 1 be scene of bis plane lie left Ibc iloiT unharmed by the abrupt landing but somewhat thirsty and with growing hunger The lion n novice al flying np peared distrusted with his linlleC ToolldKe would not run j Jensens story telephoned here said inrl he professed to see a welldefined toward Herbert Hoover out Xew Knpland j Siiarso Sees Opponent American holds the op view j With his uncanny political insight nost Jlr Coolidgo oivfl that he does not have to exert nseif in order to Bet the nomina u f But I believe he will be linsen and that the nomination will vi hrot to him on the proverbial silver In Sonnlrir Reed who has figured prominently at times as a possible nominee attacked the tar T statutes affecting personal lioor and the McNaryHiurren farm re TlRN TO PAfiK It Jfrn Jensen lett the plane In which she had been searching for her hus band at Yitma and hurried to join him They later may fly to ihe site of Jen sens fall to determine what damage was done A motor trucl I Detroit Man Is Off for Bismarck Two Class A Men Die BULLETIN CHICAGO Sept No 16 in the national class A air derby crashed here today when it ran out of gasoline bucking istrongheadwinds The pi lot Louis F Royal of Flint i and Joseph Pptten a er escaped injury mVtGIlT A limn friiin of Coolitlue lwisit iiiieriiation al banker lias hccn nanieil ambassador la Mexico tu lako the place of James H Sheffield resigned On behalC of the president It said that the white iiouse wng much pleased that Mr would make tlie sacrifices necessary for him to ac cnse has been cnlcrcd from Los Ange les to rescue Jensens flight halted suddenly when n tree top stopped the piano In time to prevent his a can yon wall which suddenly confronted him T didnt have time to think of what might happen while the phnio was rolling over on the t reo Xoi oven if tlie broken nncl the lion hod rolled in with me but he seenis to hnvo taken cire of himself I in the cayo while wo were tumbling about and if he didnt like it hrdidnt make any roar about Jensen said cept the post Mr Coolidge il was eaid regarded Morrow as won derfully equipped to undertake the mission to Mexico which the presi dent as one of the most im portant in diplomatic service carrying ai While the appointment lias not yet Regular Date in December WASHINGTON Sopt definite dDiMsion against a special Bes sion of in advance of its regular Docemliermecting1 dato has been Vtviohetl by FYesulPHt Uooliriffo All of tho inforiiiiition roaohitiR president Js said lo indicate that tho flood PII ualinn be haiullccl nt tho session as Jiy convnriinK in advance I finiUs on hnnd aro adonuato Secretary J luover hns reported to of tha skimtion cm til after 1 it was sind onKin atudyinpr the flood prevention i plans will fitul it diffiuuH tu grt ill m j then riatnrnd si ucliis conijiilod for congress iu act upon even IDcccm United States Forces in New Brush With Native Bandit Troops AVASHINfiTON I Ono AmcnoHii marine and one mem her of the national gnarrl ile paraue headed liy he Mona ian post hand ciiamiiion of the TJO gion tho Iowa delosntion led iy tho Fort drum corps Ten thousand policemen wilh fixed ayonets lined thecourse on tlie look ut for troublo from communist sym latliizcrs lut all was quiet Today was a national holiday and i ha crowds surpassed anything seen nere feince tho armisticecelebration rho crowds on the streets cheered the narchinp Legionnaires and the LeKion men sent back lusty answers for their French hosts President Eoumbrguo ot France re ceived the Iowa delegation 100 strong and Harold Brainevd Fort Dodgo war horo presented tho French executive tho Iowa 11 ag the gift of Gov John Hammill of Ionn j Are Chief Fiirnrps PAIiUS EU TROCA13EIIO PARIS Sept John J Porshing and Marshal Focli dominant figure together In tho stirring war day or If years today brot tho Americnr to tl feet time and time ngnin In speec at tho second day American Legion session In the historic Palais lu Troc idoro X ofiicial tabulations air derby from ho was firs to municipal air port n Jl 2fl liyinc u leavl in H o ed and a second marine was ro fatally wounded in a fight yesterday between a detachment or 20 marines rind 5 native forco of about 110 members o BULLETIN CHICAGO Sept x Two messengers First Xationnl Bank Hi if weve held up by MX inuu armed with shotguns and robbed of which they were taking to another bank Officials of the bank later announced that the loot amounted to consist ing of in negotiable bonds in smallbills and in checks Jury The Uvn striking milltnry leaders TI if t who for tlie first time 1 their 1 1 rocis forgot in y oxnetituile svoro A t4L S Against Boy took off jnst ono minute bLiur JHllci Dca Molnus hnulod ui la dying HuiriL ov Paul ami was in Llin Ilcitii Si Vaul J uC Ijy ianiLion tiCiiolc t Kuun yoi A I 1 luokd nul cfl isain iLt iru Mllltr I itt tlash im iJiynuivoU N Uioit next iLUr Ueld aii iilvaniage oC thvtjy having dropiietl eigclit ui bin ad tana between tit Paul and Vargo and itu one Meyers said passed Miller near nrhan ivaa furced Meyers plane passing directly pverf MlUaff machine Sides Clcnrer CHICAGO Sept sides and the tany uC greeted in the trans continental air dcily today aa ihcy aftor hours of thru cold rains Tfro planea oC ilio Lfroup whicli took ofC 1ioni Roose velt Field siivo up the vac ft here nftor Lho chilly siiul LcrriCio Ucalwiula irom Kryiin C thru stopping in longer than lleyera K T Quin by uf nj tno convention thin morning1 but when tlioy wcro tbo dominating fiffiircs to Tht American loft fit ion at Muingua a Irport of tho fiKht to tho sttitc incnt today drrlarntj tlio handits said to have lost tho tof has wniokoil cl in iniblii and alwo Dipped he HI ill rnfusos to a dLftnitely put on the official or tp ilow liiinyelf to he hiVscd by mic it said at tie white in mibli Alt of which HCCHIS con house that Mr aiorrow is rctiiinp iui Kails Kcrorrf mediately from hts firm and was r pected by Mr Coolidffc to assume new post in a very short time AUNT HET Bv Roberi Ouillcn iiuvur kicked a cat but nice an that lime I slep on Us lai I uas Itiinkin alioul the drnnilsirc JJlakn ipd by ho Says BUVERLEV 1I1ILH Kept 20 Tunney and Domnscy are lut tins JP on their training just RO t holes OH tlie links instead oi their previous strenuous S OH Wednesday and Thursday they will Just rto n little liffht put tins and a couple of simple tionnaircH Amon Carter Invited me to tuo fisflit Ijut I would rather ami see them fisht next year that ho the third and mnybcfor the clmnipionslilp I hope wo can hear tho shooting over tho radio from Chicago that clay P poor fellow that flew ivilli the is lost Movie coin pan irs ninst have their if it lakes Hrimthody elses life Copyrifilil Cool Weather and Intense Interest Fortell Good Balioting Coc CLIXTOX Sept A woiiUirr aJil healed interest a today in Clintons eial elcotion to decide docks be erected to accommodate Lhj recently niupru raced barge service on jthe Upper Mississippi The aetion held at the ol the Clinton Chamber of Commerce mri i nmnher of shippers proposes that a j department of municipal docks be ex to docks for the of tho upper river barge line a subsidiary of the in j land waterways corporation i During the opposition has Idevclopeif upon the ccnlention that the navigability of the upper riv er lins not yet been demonstrated lo the extent oC assuring an t j service warrnntinK the f docks The wol at the started a man duor has often STUDY THE THREE GREATEST AMERICAN DOCUMENTS There are lhror documents cvory Amoricn n shcKitd le of prnclaiinoil on luly 4 JTTtJ iho Articles of CruiTederation providing a Tnion of the States rind the Constitution of the United States which is the htffhcst law of the land A thorn undrrHtandiutf of ihe Ins Lory and Ciuvernmerit OL this cuuu try is not a knowl edge of those thifo historic prjpi Our nirKlors arc offered a able containing1 Llnce Ior your copy of this in structive booklet today Jil out and mail tho coupjtt below ing1 4 cents in fir return losloye and handling your name and address cloarJy J Irrdcno J Itusltin Director t i The Cliy i T Information Hiirriu I D C I F rnolnse hcrmwith four rents T In for i rony of the T 5 CONSTITUTION BOOKLET i I Nanifc tStute Icillcd anil wountlotj A rilief column of tuiirinos and rnnsUiJiulary la on tae to the sconn uT the flyht at Tcl pancort from Junlilo Xuovo to prevent a Hocoiid attack Tim din pa loli said banditH lial at laelCqd tho Rfirrison tf town al 1 a I JliL1 unti H n in wlinn thry Tho Snl vvoll arnicil with rifles inafhino wnnp hant and dyna mite A vpon from n inarinu officer snitl iifil I ho nntional a 3 on oilier rjcciipionp put n splcnflld Ho far ns so the fight yesterday nppearcil havo been the inoKt wince the Ocatal battle in ivhiivli tho XiruniKunn ehicT fan i ditin roported to liavft lost rral humhcd of his followers in An at the Rtaffc Mayor J a n 1 1 kr r of and imannounccd ami hal jtj j speaker JL close Hcrrux drcsHlns tho assembled Tagiont at Insislent demand Icrsliinp Kuril ftpcal Tho two military loaders spoke with cool and unruffled voices llioir 5pceehcn roferrnip to the heroin of tho war and causing tho dole Tinx TO PAGR 14 Noted Lutheran Pastor to Resign for Teaching Position in Seminary ALBKfiT CtTV ficpt Dr A T IjUmlholm who IKIH been of the Iowa Conference of tho Jjitthornn Angus tana ay nod for tho past five years retire nt the completion of a two day meeting1 of the synod here to hecomo profrssor in tho theological seminary at Ilock Is Inni7 111 Tin annun rOTtfer PI wont Into ami native with Kov O K aia of Lly ls m tn union marke Officials Expect Indictment Youths Father Is Released CKUAR HAPIDS Kent hcforo a graiul jury thiti afternoon in tho caseoC Jjyio 14 con slayer oC Gycarold Kathleen Korrest County Attorney UoLc Iskitid nn the tour it t both having ind troublo as well ta municipal airport ieal with ongino tho elernoiup rilut lie Miller of Des i runtiiuied in tlie toad of the otasn G ships lanlinr iu 8t Paul at A minutcy Ijuforr O W Meyers of I followed him closely from 7jnth Look off shortly after 1 r oclock N xvhcrrihe minutrstoj schedulod Class A i luso on the tails o tho 0 tho larger A shJnt Tho land from f wan No lloieil by H nf at II I Ho added that ho rxpcetud ati iiultct nicnt ehurrjmy murder bo returned bcloro adjuurtmuiiit to uUjht in ovont hy isaid youth he truth of last County A ttorney rn Drover unlay Indicated that ho nMl jury to indict tlie youth and thv ycprniod Jjfie and uaso talte is usual course thru thoj F courts j wno failed to tako of i And ho Th on t h Iio T s men nt that tim1 TToly mm tu union niaihrd tho inff of tho synod1 conferenceTha tnepn ratory addrcnu was tc Ilcv i A Osfergron veteran tor residing Tho oonfirfincr sermon s by he Uov I1 O Bersel vice president of tie confuinnrr Plan to Fly to United States by Way of Orient The Local Weather TO n Germany Sept American OLlo icnnnn aviiij weather COLOfiNK A I loi1 who rOHUiitly suvo up his plan to j miikc n flislit to the Untied Slates stnrtcil on a Ma tjince flitrljt in tlio H in this Illo plan it to fly i to ihc TFnitcd KLateH by wsiyof the Orionl itKilciiih lonp 111 liCtwrcii Ifo a riinnlnK Ktnrt af nlout nil tlicn took Die nir in j i if nnd Mun firvt stop tho lie K if as Ileialil Susir hour piriod TiitSilay Miiiiiniim Al S i in Tin trr iiolow Llio poini iuriiiK ihf iilyh and liunrliCls of j tilN I Baijicrrovur had intended to arraign 1 Cleveland in Mcssner today oil ruo InfnriiiatJon noancml 10 lind in accept a pica of guilty and present the j UStiinony to thn court i order tha I I planes of the of to ijO in HI Iaal im our inislit Ire j iiirrproncy rM 1 am not told fOr the TiarnDrover said lo Hie boyH last tliat ho hid ilio body of the sirt Into 1 hole in tlie Jlis original story was tiint the iioay of the Rirl had lieen left at tiin foot of the cellar Lyo that his father hail no connection thr crime unfl im pressed autliorities that lie tht1 truth Ijy nocnratoly tlie place where thn body was fntind Tho nuhor Milliain Messncr released last night Iriit BarnKrovor tlie IH alleged rf the pllns jlny from nliip said torlay Jury connection body that IA ivitii Ihe hiding that of t body thermomelover an earifer he hail left the body ar he foot e cellar steps in vivnnt lioufe told oiTiiTis hat lie draped the lo Ilichole tn the uall It founrl after he phirod hand tier face and attacked lirr When lie placed Hie think the f did vaUI Plymouth Minor is Inr friiid 1 Ihe Alrn i rilone POOR PA Py Callnn Aunt Jenny tloiVL Iry to imjoy lifo She just uvay ntiikia1 things to IIR iTmimlMMrfl he is   

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