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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 22, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition IOWA WEATHER Partly cloudy tonight and Friday not much change In temperature fiost probable tonltjht Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES ASSOCZATBB CNTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE Stinson Schiller to Provide Climax for Air Derby ROOSEVELT WELD NEW TORK Sept lacty of Ixminx returned R few minutes afterMs second talie nff for Spokane today mid was un conscious from ctisoline fumes when his plane reached the field NEW YORK Sept men In two huge monoplanes todaj presumably were speeding westward over s new nonstop transcontinonta nir trail frith tame a share in flh don In prize money and Spokane as their goal Their coursa lay over mile from Roosevelt field X Y where they took in the last and most exacting of the Spokane air derby races If the airmen were on schedule they Spanned the eastern states yesterday and last passed over lie mid rtle west durinp the night and headed for the vast Rocky Mountain terri tory Their trail was across hills and val leys in the east plains in the middle west and mountains nearer the Pa cine coast It was 400 miles longer than the ocean Jump bf UndberKh Chamherlin and Byrd and 100 miles shorter than tho course of the Dole transPacific flyers Dimes Are Rival pilots in the nonstop derby event1 were Edward Stinson consid ered one of the countrys greatest l flyers and C A who Tibandoned a projected trans Atlantic flight They were flying 1kjprvost both designed built by Stlhson Both carried 400 gallons of gasoline Altho nothing hadbeen heard from them during the early of their race no alarm was felt as they had planned to avoid largecities in fol lowing a route that would provide the distance They expected to pass about 40 south of Buffalo Stinson plan ned to fly over Canada reentering tho UnitedStates about 100 miles north of Detroit find continuing 60 i miles north of St Paul close to Bis marck X nnrt directly west to Spokane Schiller expected to follow n course a little south of Stlnsons route Spafford Is Named as Convention Will Inspect Battlefields Mrs Irene W alb ridge Is Selected President of Auxiliary BULLETIN PAIHS Sept 1H27 Legion convention nf he American Legionadjourned nt m today as the bands played Ihe colors nnd badges were presented to the new commander the vice commanders nnd former commander PALAIS DU IROCADKRO PV1US FRANCE Sept Edward K Spufforil of New 1orU City today was unanimously elected national com mander nf lie American Legion Mr Snaffiird was placed in nom nation by the North Carolina dele gation nmt bis mime wns seconded by Washington Tennessee and Virginia James liaftis qf Wnsliingfoii Paul H Younts of North Carolina Kalph T ONeill of Kansas Dan Spurlocli of Louisiana and M Henry of Minnesota were elected vice com manders Tbo Rev Gill Robb Wilson of New Jersey who fought wilh tho LaFny otte Flying Corps before the Umlcd Stalls entered the war nnd then with the A 13 was elected chaplain Auxiliary Elects PAJtIS Sept Irene Mclntyrs N today was elected national president or tha American Legion auxiliary ilrg Walbridge was elected on the a close margin over Mrs Boyce Ficklin of ington for whom thesouth voted solidly on the first ballot Mrs Bessie Stewart Smith oC Chi cago was elected vice president tor he central division the place Lhat Mrs Barcus formerly held Mrs Margaret T Hinderrnan ot pello the third candidate for this 3ost withdrew The vote for Mrs WalfoHdge was of icially announcedns 333 to 251 for Mrs Fickliri The pilotdesigner allowed 30hours tor the flight Flylnsr with Stinson was his chief test pilot Fred Koehler of Detroit Ones under way Stinson planned to devote most of time to navl ratfon while Koehlcr took the stick Two Others Left Behind Schillers companion was JEdwarfl Eohn of St Louis who also was capable of relieving tho pilot ot the ship during the long flight over lakes prairies and mountain ranges Stinson and Schiller left behind them Steve Ijicey of Lomax and Capt L A Tancey bis copilot and navigator who deferred their at tempt at tlio transcontinental jump after a nearly disastrous eftort to take off with the racing pair A broken tail skid held Iheir heavy plants to the ground ns It roared down the field before halting on tho brink of the grully In whtch two men were killed In the attempt of Rene JTonck to hop oft for Paris last year RECORDS ARE SET PAIUS Sept nom nation made seconded nnd unani mously confirmed within F minutes Kdwnrd E fapaf ford of Jsow York today took n place apart In the election of national commander of the American Lesion The York department commander of tho Legion was elected without opposition a procedure hiliier to unknown In elections of the organ ization of American World war sol diers Tho election another record Champion Weighs In at and Dempsey at CHICAGO Sept Partly cloudy to cloudy hut no Iai nand a a1 or degrees was the special forecast of weather conditions for tnnlijlilft Tnnney Hempsey heavywelpht clmmpionshii fight Issued today ly Prof Henry 1 Cos veteran head of the Chicago weather bureau Political Observers Eye Ohio would and was nc an indication of excellent CHICAGO Sept Dcmpsey tipped Hie beam at 392 12 pounds this afternoon when he weighed in officially before the State Athletic Commission for tonights 10 round battle with Uena Tnnney This was nearly four pounds loss tbn n the experts figured the ex champion cepled as condition Dr Russell declared his Ihoro exam ination failed to reveal any sign of high blood pressure such as New York medical examiners found In Dcmusey j the day ot the Sharkey fight Oempseys pulse wns GS Tho physician declared the former champion a remarkable specimen in every respect After the weighing In Dempsey In steaaot going back to his iiurrled to the home of a frle be will have dinner about ind until time to go irena Tnnney Leaves for Chiimeo LAKE YfLTjA Sept Tunney the worlds heavy weight champion left his train Ing TO HEAR FIGHT Tiro its t ling way to Oilcago Mason City fight funs may bear a blowbyblow description of the prizefight at the building tonight A spccfal leased wire friuri the ririK slrio will brlriR onntibyroimd from The Iiout is scheduled to start at Mason City tlmo It Is pos sible that the fracns will start enrller Iiowerer The arrival of Jack lUnfl who failert to reach the field from San Diego n time for ths derby wns exalted to uermlt him a chance to epposs La coy m an unofficial race Book review for today We IJvc Ptit Rupert Husrhes A modern hussy taklnpr another IromanV liusbiiiid California discon tented rlcii Times AUNT HET By Robert I know it sounds wicked but Deacon Brown sold me seven rotten rggs once nn it plum spoils Ihe service for me when hes ftskerl to ot Mr Spafford Set It was the first time tlie purple mantle of the highest office in tho gift ot the Legion bad fallen on the shoulders of a New York man Pandemonium which had broken loose at Intervals during tho ronven lion again bad Its fling when the formal but unnecessary announcement of the election was made Received an Ovation Surrounded by tho convention Com mander Spafford received an ovation Jrroater than that tendered even siieb popular heroes and appealing figures as General Pershing Marshal Focb President Doumcrgiic Premier Poin care and the many other distinguished men nnd women who have graced the Legion convention rostrum with then presence Every one was on his feet yelling at the top of his voice an the New York banner was carried to the platform fho Erie county fife and drum corps marched down the aisle to tbo singe seeming to crcale more noise than TURN TO PAOE 20 Will Rogers RAN niKOO Sept bergrh has been welcomed lo fill his various old homes but today I saw a siffh worth remembering H was tho other half of We on tlie field where she was marie Snn Diego can rightfully claim a great credit In the flight hut you cnnt beat Tos Angeles They iiad la get rj on It somehow They claim they raised the pign that the ham sandwiches were made from that took to Paris Tho pigM was raised in Hcllmans ranch ariff cured by Joe Toplitsky Tours WIMj nOGEUS P R In five years this town will have grown tin It reaches Mexico Then It can rifht fully known as the bst city in America uio u Ai ulis nm Simon II Fens nnd Lofignnrlli fipealtcf of the bouse of reprpsenla fives repubircans Newton D Wilsons secretary of war and Oliio presWwils ti bci Is to Motlior of vrlilch tias sciif efchf ineai to the house POLICE HONT JAIL FUGITIVE DOCTOR IS FINEO William Mosher Makes SuclH G Hall Assessed and cessfui Break From State Prison camp here for Chicago shortly before noon today with a heavy police escort to rest in n Chicago hotel until the hour ot the right tonight Tunneys late but hearty break fast Will I steak nt S interruption Gene hoped to spend ns much of bo nftoraoon and be supplemented by oclock Except for OMAHA Police in eastern Nebraska and west ern Iowa are scouring the country side for William Mosher who escaped I reformatory at Lincoln and who is believed to i im nr i I Costs on Complaint of Dr M E Diggins 2fAP HAMPTON Sept II Tall former chiropractor here 11 reported living in Mnsoil City fined f25 and costs by Justice of staged a holdup near Nebraska City I early todnv Two young coupleswere held up shoruy nftor bymen Digthis bot tbe practice of Dr Mines Cant Be Re opened Under Old Agreement DfiS MOIXKS Kept KigJity members of tbe Iowa coal op erators association in R meeting here yesterday adopted a resolution assert they would stand pat on their scale reduction Iowa mines be emphatic in Aressner Cednr Pnpids high school student in n con fession to police 1ms admitted to the assault and murder of Gyenrnld Kath leen Forrest County Attorney W J against another the railroads are nble to keep tho price ot coat low be said tinder tineat to operators that theii conl will bo bot hi other fields as pns nsloop travel no faste escort had orders to than sfi miles an hour cs arid On lifj way out to fiones cnmp when lliivcd IraccJinff nearly double that Knit n motorcycle cop wns seri ously injured in n fall from his ve TVeiphlnpln nn hour after thn ex chnmpfon ricne Tnnney balanced the scales at pounds three pnundf less tlinn Bempsey but four noiinds more thanhe weighed a year ago when ho won the title Blade Trip in 2 Hours Tha difference In weight was much less than had been anticipated It was urert Tunney would be closer to 1SS and rjempscy around 3G Tho for the champion was first fixed at lilO but finer adjust ment of the scales lopped off halt a pound Tnnney made the 4f mile trip from his Lake Villa training ramp In more than two hours with a police escort During tho trip his handlers said ho kept urslns the driv er to speed It up Arriving at the Illinois Athletic Hub bundled in a heavy sweater nnd lilup overcoat Tun npy appeared unconcerned and chatted with newspaper men before stepping on the scales From the Athletic club the champion taken to the bunpalowj of the rnof of hotel first 1 occupied by President Coolrrtpo where j he vlll rest until called to the field Onp of Ibe men later identified ns Mosher knotrked one of thevictims down and stripped him his suit Will Sec Dempsey Figbl jformant stated entered tbo office i and resorted to abusive language Tbe information has it Hint Ur ordered his visitor out of the office and when Jiil refuser administered n sound boating Tlio local dciclor then swore out a and dav Sept 22 15 B Burenjwarrant which was served by Khrrirr George Dunbar left on STcNames who located Hall In morning to attend the Tttnney fight at Chicago Former Hancock County Man Dies in Illinois Sept Word was ro fcivcd Wednesday morninp oC death ot James Cnrr ot Scales i Mound ill His sons Wilbur and floury of CJaritor have been wilh him the pist 10 days Mr been a prominent land owner in this ronn1 ty HP was sn yrars old and had aufJ ercd with diabetes in Frccport III j Mason City GlobeGazette Offers a Booklet About the Presidents How many school children know the nn men who have been Presi dent of tbe United Stales Do you know them Would you uontheir pictures It yon jaw them Do you know their politics the candidates who opposed them born their relig ion their education whom they married tlio of their time where they are bit ind A handsome new booklet Presi dents of the United with official portraits of them and com plete summaries or facts about thorn been prepared by our Washington Information Bureau A neat accurate work invahinhlo for references for any man wom an or child who wishes to be well informed Use tho attached coupon I Frederic J Hasldn Director Tbe Mason City GlobeGazette Information Hiircau Washington C I enclose herewith SIX CENTS in stamps for a copy nf the PR PIS THE NTS OF THE STATES Street Clinpin at tbo home of lives Jtall wns brotto Hampton nnd remained in over Sunday until for his hearing Occupants in Front Seat Un hurt When Engine Hits Rear of Car LAivE fact that all were ir lo fnnl seat of a Ford sedan niifnmobilc saved the lives of Herman Thrum Mrs Tom Xielson nnd her son Carl bcro this morning when the vehicle was struck by Xo Milwaukee pfissongcr train Mr Thrum who is a hired man on the was Inking Mrs Xielson andCarl who was on the tr school to Clear Lake when the occurred ire slated nftei wards that ho saw he train coming but tbot be could get across first It happened that Ihe train ntruck SDAYSTOPLEflD Grand Jury Indicts Youth for Murder and Criminal Assault CEDAR RAPIDS Sept 23 Jle MVssnor H year old Cedar ds youth Indicted on iharses of mnr ler and criminal itsamilt when ar before Judge Atherton B lark In district court today thru hts Ulorneys requester 1hrc3 days In vhich to enter n plen The IM so cmniniied until S n m County Attorney Walter T Barn Rrover stild the boy would bo first nr ned on tbn murder charge The indictments were returned by tbf jsrnnd jury today nllcr a twoday In vesllRalloii of tlie case Jmy Ready In Report CBDAR RAPIDS Sept Return of expected indictments ugninsl Messner M for the slny of r year old IvalhleiinForrest awaited following an that tho ginnt jury to ropnrl after the last witness in Us investigation ot be case Officials declared that on tlie basis of confession Hint ho Attached Ibe child and then her nine days ago they anticipate finding of two indictments charging the youth with first degree murder nnd rape Plans of tho state call for disposal of Ihe case at the present court ces sion A plea of guilty would bring an immediate hearing to fix the degree of punishment to plans A trial dfile during this session will be in event a not guilty plea is en tered demand for fore openingtlio Tlie operators their declaration Hint they could not j Barngiover bns indicated thathe will renew operations unrlor tha penalty for the boy villo wiige ngreement In effect at the lime mines suspended operation Apri Only four operulora tovo left the organization since thai time and an uounccd reopening ot their minus un ler tbe Jacksonville agreement it was slated BlaiuiK Sept IKI IBPS Ural the railroads were rnnslinir tbo Iowa coal industry ixere made by loo 11 Morris president if rlislrictNo 13 United Mines rs ot America yesterday Mr Morris elated that n hundred Inwa mine operators bad signed agree ments to operate their mines undoi tbn union wage scale nnd that others bo operated at a profit manipulating one conl flelc Martial Law Put in Force OverHankow Disturbance Caused by Res cue of Prisoner by Armed Gang HA NKOW China Sept Hmikow was under martial law today wth streets heavily patrolled follow ing a disturbance outside the British concession In which a of armed men rescued a uniformed prisoner be lievcd to lie n comnuinlst lender i The man had been arrested ahoard in tjle nnd men were a Japanese steamer llnc was hern taken thru tho crowded streets by Chineso escort Tbe gang appearing suddenly opened fire at iiolntblani Tbo escort returned Ilio tire ami bullets flew thick nnd rant An 1111 determined number ot were killed or wounded Tbo escaped but several members of he ifong wero arrested ami mnrtfat wan proclaimed In connection with tbo cnso the fnpaneso nulborltics this morning re uoved f0 Chinese soldiers from tin Inpnijeso stejlmor disarmed them ami leld thorn under nrrest pending the of a squad oC Chinese troops tpon tho arrival of Ibe Inter Iron Flyers Await Arrival of Two NonStop Planes SPOKANE Sept who finished In three over land races here watched tha skies day for their less fortunate ivlio were scattered out Lo tha east and south Ten entries remained in trie class A nnd P races from Neiv Vorlc nnd three from the Pacific Coast ilerliy which started from San Fran cisco C W Uolnian St Paul Bal iough CliicaffOj ami N Carrier Srm Uane were unofficially declared win ners oC first second and bird places In the clnss A derby teirtay Three planes were believed fo he sim htnoirig for Spokane In his event Kiftoon started John od rarne 1n fourlh nnd behind him came R K Molinp 111 for tho clnss A derby first second fourth and firth Mejers Wins in H Ot the 2fi pifntH who slnfted New York Monday in the class B del V tlio unofficial were In he C Meyers Detroit Leslie Miller PCS Moines nnd 1 S Charles Richmond respective ly KUKOUR lettLiifr Tarrytown cnnio in third but on the basis o elapsed limn sot fourtlv ImotticTa llae H Ilmery Bradford was fifth Five contestants In this race wen to start from iilssoula todjy at a m nineivere forced out early are thiril from ported but believed Prizes announced KO are first third f fourth ilo nrose nnd a Japan iax bnyonptlfirt In ilio u and this was nTnchiiie Kun flrlnjr In wns killed nnd vounded Tbn situation Liter was restored lormal sentry wns lie fired followed licli one n few lo tlio rear end of the car and cut off a section of it and pushed the front a distance of 30 feel fut for minor Injuries suffered hy the ben no ono wns hurt Theodore Jensen a brotherinlaw of Tom Xiclson wns killed in a simi Ohio Couple Asks Hospital to Produce Boy Baby Sept oif bnhy Kmith was in the balance this siftcrnonn ns bearing gnt under ivrty in common picas Judge Carl Y court Begins First Leg of Australian Flight for the class 8 O second MOO nnd fifth plnnex gnlcrod Hie Han Fran okaiie Vncific Coast clijis drrliy nnd tho iinorriilnl winners ivei innounced ns first x Armeies second Schocll hair 1Viinrisvo third Ijrccsc San Jriin Cisco Prizes were lirsl sfCJlul tliird Nnn Slop Plnnes Awailed C TJ Ahoniccn wns rinicednd first prize In Ilio Picir coastdprliy rlnss D rncn from NVxt camp 15 Warrru lianrisco San Franulsco nnd Willey Los Angeles Hie other three planes tornd in race were still unic porled Tlie nirivnl rt Duke Schiller au1 Rdivard 13ohn in their Royal nnd liddio Stinson nmtFred their the nonstop from New York was scheduled as til feature of Ibe air meet program to day Jumping airplan slunting and niilitnry maneuvers both formation nnd by way of teFtlni the many fJKbllng craft also were u tlie program Sept Iredericlv A Austrnlinn aviator r look off from lies field at Wyn ndolte i n near e a fJMri n tocbiv HlttPPf Will Hn bound nl uunei win uo ueir cbiijign Uu first fllghl fioni IJe troit to Wellinsion NVw Xealand n licfK Pluebird single pus plane Captain made n perfect takeoff under full Ho expected to innd at Ford field a m ire will remain In Chicago n day o bavo his pin no thoroly lu before starting his westward nisht New Bus Line Permitted by Rail Commissioners Kept hoard of Its motor carriers division today firirnleil rerlificntes to I r G Hill o for tho operation or a pas senger bus lino between renlervllle nnd Bloomfield nnd lo Thomas vr for a similar line between Kfiirflrld and AVaslilmrfnn r seven years ago by n Xo 4 Driller fouplr Hns rtnby sept aiui S ff are Ibn imronlK n baby boy on n habeas corpus action Mr nnd Mrs Kmith maintain that i baby girl which Mrs Hmith nurses in Failview hospital is not the child srhc Rave birth to one month todny but flue substituted in piaco of the lioy doctors and nurses told her bad been born to her Tlie suit nska Hint the pri luce a boy in plnrc or the pivl 1nd pitnl attndnnis on hand lo The Local Weather to Jury Late Today IVlflT PODCiK Sept Tlie fate nf rieorgR Ritlner wilh the slaying of George Podge Rambler In go to Hie jury late today Pirml arguments by ptatn and de fense nnd Hie judges rbargn nro all Hint today bcforo the jurors receive tlio cnfie Knters Nurses Trnlnine HO WAX Sept Keith left Itoiidny for Fort where HIP will outer nurses trninln in Snint hospital American Reet fiKllres for 21 hour period ending at S n m todny Minium m T At S a m II willl hn jtunifl il t n li e son t Invest t n d n y l J r ll I uie I tcMify nr be Injiiring opened POOR PA Claude Gallan f know I wasnt bad when 1 wns young becnus I remember cuvyin he lififl nn wiMiin liko   

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