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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 29, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                NEWSPAPER Final Edition Edited for Hie Home AND MASON CITY VOL XXXIV FIVE CENTS PER COPX ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPT 29 1927 PAILY TIMES IOWA WEATHER Unsettled with showers this after noon and probably tonight also Iocs thunderstorms in east portion some what cooler hi northwest portion to night iMiday partly cloudy ami cooler in southeast nostion UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 304 SHATTERED REMAINS OF TRANSATLANTIC PLANE MILWAUKEE YOUTH HAS THRIFT HABIT BUT LANDS IN JAIL Coolidge and Calles to Mark Opening of New Telephone Line WASHINGTON Sept American republics witness anotser evidence ot the worward march of in ternational communication today when President Coolidge and President Calles formally open tha Ions distance telephone line between Washington Rnd Mexico City witn a personal con versation Traversing farms randies rivers ind deserts ths voice of Mr Coolidge will be heard by Hie Mexican presi dent at tha national palace late this afternoon and in return Mr Calles epeaklnsf in Spanish will extend the felicitations to theAmerican people thru President Coolidgewso speaks from the hall of the Americas in the PahAmerican Union building1 Speak Two Languages Neither will understand ths other because Mr Coolidge speaks no Span ish and tha Mexican executive scarcely any English but the conver cation interpreted at both terminals nevertheless retains its primary sig nificance of further demonstrating the remarkable progress which recent times have given to international com munication Both at Mexico City and Wasliini ton n distinguished company will hear the two presidents converse Promptly at oclock this after noon after Walter S Clifford presi dent of the American Telephone anc Telegraph company has given a brief account of the evolution of long dis lance tolephpney Mr Coolidge wil lick up to hear tse Span from the h Folio we d by a fo r mildiscourse terms Mr Coolldsespeaking first with an im mediate reply from President Calles Both presidents will lie spared the slight delays ot making connections since Director F S Howe of the Pan American union plans to preside at the telephoneuntil the lines are cleared Diplomats on Wire When the Mexican executive com rletes his conversation with Mr Coo lldge acting Secretary YVilbur J Carr of the American state department wil converse with Genaro Estrada Mex lean acting minister of foreign affairs followed by Ambassador Tellez a Washington and Arthur Schoenfield American charge naffairs at Mexico City An additional aspect will ba lent tn the occasion by tho playing oE the Mexican national anthem here by th United States army band and the re turn complement the Mexican na ttonal band playing the Star Hpangled Banner On the platform with President Coo lldce were places for officials of the American Telephone and Telegrnpl company which in conjunction witl the International Telephone and Tele graph corporation lias built the cti cult to Mexico City The line also con several other important citie Bf the republic to the south In Washington about 300 invita tlons have been Isimed ind for eac iruest a separate set ot head phone Kill bo provided so that all presen may hear what goes on MILWAUKEE Sept Jingling Kite a savings bank Leonard Anderson 19 wns picked up on the street here last night by police It took four officers half an hour o Irish Mm and assayed Seven hundred nickels 414 pen nies 10 dimes one automatic pistol one harmonica one watch one box of cartridges and a quantity of poker chips Anderstfii who said he was a homeless orphan admitted having burglarized n poo hall at Menomi nee police said This takes aload off An derson remarked as he was led tc a cell NASHUA Sept persons escaped death here this morning when hey jumped from their automobile after It bad stalled on the Illinois raihvay tracks in the path ot an oirconiing freight tram The car was driven by Alert Stev ens Hantord With him were Mrs Jessie West Mason and Miss tes ot Hayfield Accordingto Mr Stevens he was startled by the cry oC the women In the rear as he approached the tracks warning him of the train He ipplied the hrake and the clutch simultaneously and the engine stop ped tho car nkidding on to the Stevens jumped from thecar and helped the women out just engine carried his Dodge sedan down the track for 50 feet Mills Red Cross Plans Childrens Clinic LAKE MILLS Sept local Pletl Cross society hns n pranged to hold a childrens clinic at the Lake Mills high school next Wednesday and Thursday at which time all the grafle children up to thotenth grade may he examined resrardingr their health oC charge The doctors dentists and occnlists nC our city will cooperate in the examinations AUNT HEX By Robert Quillcn ahrt picly llmf gives Pa IhaL sanctified iir on Sunday mornin Its jnsl because Jin Jmd a Jjath ou Salurdfiy Negro Pupils Cause Exodus in Gary H S Students Issue Ultimatum to Board Regarding Co Attendance GARY Sept Hisses anil boos grcelcii William A Wori superintendent of sclinols toilay when he warned pupils or JSmerson lifgh sclioo that they be ex pelledJot Hie semester unless they ended Hieii1 slrike called be cause of lie presence of neffriies in their classes anil returned to morrow GAHV Sept set of conditions under which the striking students of Kmerson high school are ready to return to which they deserted Monday was iu tlio hands of the board oC education today Should Hie school board decide to comply with tha demands drafted by the students committee the strikers agree to return to classes tomorrow morning The first condition is that all negro students in the school be segregate at one corner of the classroom anc he served nt a separate section ot the school cafeteria It was the enroll ment of a score of negro students a I Emerson high that precipitated the strike Another condition is all strlk ers be excused from making up scuoo work lost because of the strike The school board is asked in anoth er condition to make no further trans fer of negro students to Emerson Negroes now atvKmtrson should he eliminated from enrollment at the school as rapidly as possible The students1 committee in its com munication to the board also urged the proposed nilnegro high school be con structert at once Emerson has approximately students o f whom are in higl school The strike has been conducted in an orderly way and the police alihn prepared for emergencies have had little trouble This plioto shows a section of one of the wings of Old Glory transallantic monoplane which plungeil hit the sea off Newfoundland with its pilots Lloyil Bertaucl anil J 1 Hill and iiassenKer Philip Faynn In the plinfo it is being transferred at St Johns X from tlio S S to Ihn S S Silver City for ihiimienl lo New Inilt The American flngr painted nil the wing may still bo plainly seen Willis Beach Held As Accessory Cannot Be Located HAMMOXTOX N Sept state trooper Is stationed on guard today at tho homeof Mrs I liendahl in South Ylneland where she has remained since her release on hail asa material witness to the shooting ot her husband Dr A William Llllicndnlil Placed nt the house at tho direction oC ChieC Hudson Yiiieland the troop is under orders to wnlch the house constantlyand to follow Mrs IJlllendalil wherever she may go Search for Willis Beach South Vineland poultry raiser charged with aiding in tho slaying spreud to four stales today Detectives disclosed that they hud found new witnesses evidence might prove import ant in the solution of the mystery Tho doctor was shot while motoring with his wife Sept 13 Mr and Mrs George Cavalier told investigators that while picking cran berries near where the physician was ylatn they heard a voice ring out in the stillness about the time Hie shoot Volunteer in Foreign Legion Must Serve His Enlistment PARIS Sept Don nergue today signed a pardon for Bennett J Doty American who hart served part of an eightyear prison orm for desertion from the French Legion while on active serv ce in Syria last year Homo was in Memphis will ho under war minister orders to rejoin the first regiment of tile Foreign Legion at SidBelAhbes Algeria He has 1 months to servo on his original fiveyear enlistment under he name Gilbert It Is understood that he left the prison this morning enroute to Mar seilles wliencn ho will leave on the first available transport for Algeria to begin serving the remainder oC erilislment The war ministry It Is reported felt that while a pardon could he al lowed under the circumstances any release from his enlistment outh would lend to have a had effect on llsciplineand that he must fulfill his contract Ten Persons Injured in Arkansas Tornado Buildings Are Wrecked Sept Ten persons wero injured ono lirnbnbly fatally in a tornado which struck hero today cutting a path thru the village Only 10 buildings remained intact when the storm passed FORT SMITH Sept village of Rudy 12 miles north of Fort Smith was swept today by a tornado which is reported to have razed 12 dwellings anil a school house without causing any fatalities or ser ious injuries according to meagre re ports received here Railroad Official Blames Liquor Laws for Wreck Increases NEUr YORK Sent Xow York World today Quotes T M Gibbons general attorney for the Xew York New Haven and Hartford rail road as saying hat railroad PJ lives Jrivc In many instances reversed Ihcir attitude on prohibition and now its actual on ralhond employes Increase of accidents by apjj proximalnly 411 per cent since the ad vent oC theISth amendment contrib uted to ihis change Mr Olbbons Is Minted as saying in an address before HO lawyers at a luncheon in the club Piece of U Plane Is Brot From New foundland NEW YORK Red Cross liner Xcrissa docked at Brooklyn today from Newfoundland with wreckage ot the monoplane Old Glory which was lost at sea with her threeman crew while attempting a nonstop flight from Old Orchard to Rome Tho wreckage all that was ever found of the piano consisted of 3 feet of tho wing to which was at tached part of the fuselage It was salvaged several hundred miles east of Newfoundland by the search steamer Kyle and transferred to the Ncrisso at St Johns N F The men lost wilh Old Glory were Lloyd Ecrland and Tames D Mill and Philip Payne managing editor of the New York Dally Mirror ng The supposed to have occuiTtHl votoe called yoo As tho trying to allract Ihe nllention oC some one The search for Beach who was im der bail as a 7naterial witnes In and ivho disappearei shortly before stale troopers arrive at his home to bring him here foi possible identification by the MoriIns ville men extended today lo Is York Pennsylvania Maryland ant Xew Jersey Police received word lha mau nnswering his description hac registered nt n Baltimore hole on Tuesday ESIsou Hedges counsel for Reach asserted lhat his client would be pro ducecl in court but hat he would nol be turned over to the state police ot county authorities and malinger of the flight for limn Randolph its financial Fugitive Indian Gives Up to Nebraska Banker Sept Bradford Indian slayer of Deputy Sheriff William Adams shot to death Sept 2J surrendered today Ho save himself up to John Asbford a local bunker and business man Adamn was killed when be and an other officer cornered tho Indian in a vacant house following his esvape from jail whrro ho had been held pending transfer lo the state peniten tiary Iowa League Protests Join ing Great Northern and Northern Pacific DKS Sept nn informal meetingholt trvday the state board of railroad commissioners deferred action until the early part of next week on a petition of Ihe Iowa traffic league asking the board formally intervene and protest the proposed merger of the Great North ern and NorthernPacific Railway systems in a case now pending be fore the interstate commerce commis sion The hearinjr before the interstate commerce commission on the proposed merger has been set for Oct 21 at Minneapolis Chairman Charles Websler oC the TowTa rail hoard issued a statement in which lie expressed himself as against the mercer I believe it detrimental to the best interests of tbo slate of Iowa to allow Ihe meifffr of two competitive transcontinental lines and I hat it in contrary to public tho state ment said While tlio Great Xortbern rlocs not In Iowa and the Northern Pacific has but If initea ot track In tho state the petition the two companies jointly control about 08 per cent of the stock of the Furlinfjlon and Quincy which oper ates expensively In the stale j OA DV OW i Mile Wind Hits St Louis Several Hurt MasortCity GlobeGazette Offers a Booklet About Mexico Why not bo well informed about Mexico one of tho preat tho day Why not be ableto state accurate facts instead of idle theories when Mexico Why not be able to understand the dispatches from Mexico Oui Information Bii reau lias prepared a plain fact booklet about the republic to the south of ue pivinpr a brief history of Mexico and sotlinfr forth faels about the population states railroads mineral wealth American interests form of government and other basic conditions of Mexico Kvery nptodato American oiiRht to know at least as much about Mexico as this booklet tells Very few know onetenth ot il Your copy may bo obtained thru using coupon below Frederic 1 Director Thci Mason Oily GlobeGazelle Information linrrnu Wnsliiiifilon D C I cijolofe herewith SIX CFCNTS hi stamps nr coin for a copy of the boolilet Name City Slnlo ST LOUIS Sept tor rtlflc riiinstorm accompanied by wind of an 80 mile an hour velocity struck St Louis shortly before 1 p m today injuringmany and causingconsiderable property dam age Twenty ambulancecalls were re ceived Thoentire polico department was ordered out for duty Police expressed fears there had been fatalities Roofs in various lertlona of the uily were torn off and walls of build hiss were caved in Telephone and tclesrraph service was Interrupted Search lilts spread to Vinir oday lor Beach shown nlxive wanted in connection with be innrile f Dp A W Ijlliemlahl at Hammoi on X 1 Operators Preparing to Carry Out Threat to Miners UKS Htpt W for 1J tern1 bombs for finer o y purposes in the Ceiitcr villivMystU snttor of Iowa con troubles nuule fnrtuy lo Jemial H Hallcy in a teliplioms mpssiiRc receive il from Dnif Davis n spnnul deputy sheriff employed by Sheriff Kurt iiHiebonlKiiiKti Vtitervillc con s re Invitations Sent Out for Fake Meeting Boston Reformer Requests World Nations to Attend Dream Convention BOSTOX Sept City otfi iils faced tho to day that without their knowledge 1 countrify states and mitnicliali scattered over tho faco ot the he had heen hivitod to participate Bostons tercentenary celebration BODY OF FLYER Object Seen Floating Ofi Harbor Grace Arouses Dead Hopes IIA11 HO R fiR ACT Newfoundland Kept report tliiii th hculy of a man with a helmet on the head to those worn by nviu tors had been seen floating between Irll Island in Conception Bny nnd this town on Ihe mainland was current tieio today There was no enrly con firmation The slory an lold liftru was tliat two men had reported that while going from the mainland lo Bell Island In a motor boat they had seen the body and had tried to rerover H with heir lioiit hook but that the heavy swell of iie ocean surface prevented this Tho rumor Immediately started spec ulation among tho residents of Har bor Grace us to whether the body might havn linen that of one of the airmen lost on Ihe several nights be tween Newfoundland and Kuropolhls year which ended in the loss or disap pearance ot tlio plnues tiiiiple Has Baliy Sept lor was horn to Mr and Mrs Molvin Mansel a nil oast of Jj Monday at their home When Soviet Russia hastened to announce Its acceptance and when Germany and Denmark niLide in iiuiries concerning the scope of the af fair officialdom was stirred but the Cull tho potential influx nC honored guests wasnot apparent un til William A Dorchester lamp lighter and sometime Janitor calmly admitted authorship of Ihe in vitatinns Sent Tonr n Day for Years lie told iiuinlrers that every iay for four and a inilC years he wnt out at least four of them in fact figured tiiat tincurrent invitations Louid iiumbor a sioglo few lifiii and it might ln higher Tho Impending celebration was lo Mayor Xichols and other uunicipai heada as well as lo Soviet whoso resolution semi a delegation hero first hrol Ryan and his letters lo light The selfstyled and prcs dent of the world Inaguo of was found In his modest home where wife was busily engaged In try ing to prepare dinner for heir six Ryfln who Is nhont 40 Is a thtn riiiiet sturllous nnd bcspertacled man who has givon himself thetask of lighting he world to n new freedom of peace beauty and Paid AH lie Kills Two months he said I ex tended an invitation to the mayor of Moscow asking him to carry tho me of this grent city lo evrry corner leopening oT some nC Iowas nines on a nununion wJi Ijy mino operators today as Fl itslinot possibility following rejection y the executive committee oC JJistricl of Hie United Mine Workers of erica of a proposal of ihe operators issociation lo neoiiato a settlement of tho present wage dispute or a com ietilivo basis Annulled to the neRolialion pro1 posal uC llir cmclalms which Ihe minors rejected was ihe llneat that If prompt action was not taken ly Ihe union the mines wnuld be opened without the of Ihe Untied Mine Workers While the operators pro posal the minors renewed tlicir offer to meet tho owiurs with the Jackson ville scale of a day as thp of discussion likelihood lhat lllis will Iji Iccptid by the operators is said lo as similar offers prev iously have been declined Vvvail Heaps Heturn neorge president oC J Iowa Coal Operators wxs ill Chicago today and his subordinates said the operators next move would havelo nwait his icturn m Valcutinc scrrplnry of the or gauixatloli doclarrd dncisinu AS to the operators would go Mini their threat to open tho mines on nonunion basis must wilh operators excLMilivo committee on call of Jlcaiis as chairmaTi IYnnk V I3oio mrinher of thn ex ecutive committee was in clined lo Ihn holier tliat theultimat decision will he tnflilrnced by any act ion taken at a forthcoming open ting oC miners and operators in tho Illinois Hold Tho factions In that statft hediiJed to meet wilhout restric tion IM to tile basis of discussion for now wages Will Rogers BEVJORIA HILLS Sept old boy sot dam ascs for kissing his own wife pub licity His defense at tbetrial was that it was mistaken Identity and that the moon drove him to it Cllve him credit for one thlnjf he didnt lay it on to drink Will P B The American Legion Is coming homo from France Some body will have to meet them with donuts and tickets P S Seven governors of states aro In Denver arguing and fussinc over who owns the Colorado river Mexico where the river crocs to ot its own free will aint saying a word Copyright The Local Weather TRAIN KILLS City Dump Superintendent Struck by Special Freight ATLANTIC Kept George Wilkeii 70 superintendent ot Ihe city dump yardn was lolled today when struck by a ppeclnl freight train on Ihe outskirts of town while he was walking tip the Audubon branch The accident wns not discovered by Iho train crow until tho engine had been sidetracked a quarter of ft mile nnrt lin body found drap ig in fjont of thepilot of the engine Tho lop nt Wilkons hnad was cut ofl and his body was batlly mangled A ioronffa jury returned n verdict of death Wilkon is survivorl by his divorced who lives here of Sovirt TliiRHia The fact Is p that he ms seen fit to accept to rejoice Ryan paid the entire cost of pre paring and mailing circulars out nf The lamplighter hap a formidable Flack of correspondence from pprpon ages with whom ho pat himself in touch American Beet Sugar weather figures for 21 hou nt S a m Thursday inn Minimum At 8 n in Ita in fall corpoiation period IB TO Trace The tomporn ture the past 21 hours was charac by small range there licin only a difference of three dojjrcrH be tween tho maximum and minimum The rainfall for yenlrrday should have rend in stead of inches Forest City Station Agent Hurt in Fall FORKST Sept Anderson at tho Minneapolis St raihvay stfttfmi to bo in a serious condition fnllowinp nn accidint of n ago Tie shooting stuiirrols and flimbeil a tree to rolnivo i wolJndcfT Wb about eipbt fcrt frnlii the grond the limb liroke and bfj ttll He way talccn lo the Iriiih hflspilal where fount to brfrariiired Hiwas jmt into i cast but is still and unable to move POOR PA Bv Clftiulc Callan ursi I inn inipalifnl our loliniiir hill im pcoins lo hu Ihe only Iliing thai will move   

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