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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 1, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                NORTH IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition Edited for UIP Home AND MASON CITY VOL XXXIV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT DAILY TIMES MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCT IOWA WEATHER Mostly cloudy tonight and Sunday probable occasional rain slightly cool er Sunday In southeast portion UNITED PRB33 ASP INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 306 Chicago Mayor Would Permit Use of Own Name on Ballot CHICAGO Oct Hale Thompson mayor oC Chicago will permit the uso of his name on theIllinois presidential preference bal lot next spring it in doing so he can former Gov Frank O Low tons obtaining control of tha states republican delegation If It appears there is any danger ot Lowdens name being the only one on the ballot and of the delegations polng to him by default Ill consent the use of my narp4 to prevent he said Are Old Political Foes MftyorThompson and the former governor are political foes of several years standing The mayor In his talk with rretrspapermen gave two reasons for his hostility Me spoke rC Lowdens former con nection with the railroads thru the Pullman company of which he was once general counsel and to the man ner in which Lowden campaign funds were used In the preconvention presi dential campaign 100 I dont think Lowden in Washing ton would help waterways or flood tho mayor said I dont tonsiuev Lowden a good man to repre sent Illinois In tho presidential Mr JUowcten himself altho promi nently mentioned for the republican nomination for president has stead fastedly refused to commit himself as to his intentions only answer to repeated questions by numerous dele gations that have visited htm and urged candidacy has been that IB never knew any man to run from the Ratlibone Off IJsl Mayor during his talk with reporters was asked if he would Irad his support to the candidacy of Mrs Ruth Hanna McCormick for the republican nomination oC congress manatlargc I have had several interesting talks with Mrs the mayor and she stands for our princi ples of America first flood control waterway development and farm re arc uncompromisingly opposed lo tho incumbent hugc Henry Tiulhboue Ho put him self outside the party am can stay there are however friendly to ward our other congressmanatlarge Richard Stalin G SCORES FIRST PERIOD Wisconsin 0 Cornell 0 Iowa State 0 Newaaka 0 V ot Pennsylvania 20 Swarth more 0 Navy 0 Davis Blkins 0 Northwestern 20 South Dakota t Marquette 7 Lawrence 0 Yale 0 Bovrdoin 0 Harvard 0 Vermont 0 Boston College 2 Duko 0 SECOND PERIOD Colgate 13 St Lawrence b Ohio State 19 Wittenberg 0 Brown 7 Albright 0 Syracuse 6 William Svary 0 FINAL v Kentucky Wesleyan 13 Morris Harroj0 Ames Nebraska MEMORIAL STADIUM LINCOLN Oct a drizzling rain IaJinff out of low hanging clouds the Nebraska Cornhushers and tiie Iowa State opened the 3927 foot ball season for both teams hero to day A colorful crowd of per sons wearing varicolorcd slickers and holding bright umbrellas was In the stadium at the stnrfc of the game American Girl Had Been Scheduled to Takeoff at 2 OClock ROOSEVELT FIELD N Oct postponement of the start of their proposed monstop flight to Paris was decided upon to nay by Ruth Ktdor Lakeland jvJfitrix and Haldeman her ropilot and navigator after they had groomed their monoplane American iirl for a takeoff about 2 oclock this afternoon Miss Elder said that adverse weath conditions on the Atlantic where stornTx havo racing for several caused the postponement Visits Gomloll Friends Del and Mrs Huka are enjoying a visit from tVilliam 73uka who lives in Wisconsin Mo livtl here for several years French Trade Reply to U S Is Received Document Will Reach Wash ington Today Guards Against Publicity PARIS Oct re ply to the latest American memoran dum regarding the tariff question has been handed to Sheldon Whltehouse Ihe charge daffaires and will be for warded to Washington today The agreement between Mr White house in behalf of and M BokanowKki representing the French government was that nothing would be allowed to reach the public as to the climucter of the reply until It has been received in Washington The reason for this It is said was that some embarrassment was caused both theFrench and American govern ments by the published summaries of previous notes on fthe matter translation ot the reply had not been completed at noon today and the process of coding it was still to be carried out Consequently it is ex pected that the note will hardly be available at tho state department In Washington before Monday morning Sole Passenger on Train Injured During St Benedict Derailment ALGONA Oct J P Kear ney Los Angeles sole passenger on the M and St was slightly in jured Thursday when the train was derailed nt St Benedict near here Mrs Kearney had been visiting at Elmore and was on her way to Fort Dodge AUNT HET By Hoberl Guillen I Iialc lo sec Juno givin a swell party It just means shell cliargn n lot moro groceries fin Pn wont ever get Iiis Japanese Suggests Importation of Corn to Supplement Feed DBS MOINES Oct Growth and importation of corn rye and oats Into China to supplement rice In feeding an increasing popula tion there will be recommended by Dr Issa Taniinura special food com missioner for Tokio upon his return to Japan Dr Tanimura was here yesterday as the guest of 12 T Meredith for mer secretary of agriculture Hefavors the substitution ot corn for rice on the Japanese diet Will Rogers HOLLYWOOD Oct Coolldge Just talked to the presi dent of Mexico over the phone Everything was pleasant and fine but wait until Mexico opena their mail tomorrow morning and gets its daily noto from Kellogg 1ou read about the disaster in St Louis and what the IJcd Cross did No matter what happens or where it goes to happen they are tho first there Thats why every body in America shcjuld belong to Yours WILL ST LOUIS TORNADO TAKES HEAVY DEATH TOLL Eiglilytlireo wero killed and COO injured by the terrific twister that atruck St Louis causing a property damage estimated at This exclusive Central Press teleplioto a view of the Columbia school and Greek church completely wrecked by the force of tho storm An nren of six square was laid waste Water Is Standing Over Tracks in Southeastern Iowa KEOKUK Oct on railroad tracks tied up train traC CIc here this morning following a rise six feet In the Mississippi river due to heavy rains north ot here Reports from Fort Madison were that seven and a half inches of rain fell there The green buy district near there reported ten inches of rain Call bureau reports here were iiS Inch rainfall Five washouts wero reported by Burlington railroad officials between Fort Madison and Burlington and water stood over the tracks south of here v Houorts 11 Iiirhes of Rain FOKT MADISON Oct More than 31 inchesof rain tho heaviest in more than twenty years fell here last night and early this morning crippling train service Hood ing oellarsantl damagingnewly paved roads Train service on theBurlington route north and south oC here was halted until noon by washouts and 1 washout last night at Lomax de layed Santa lR service temporarily At the Santa Fe shops linre 200 men given an enforced vacation Cellars here were filled with water and considerable damage to new pav ing was reported Estherville Police Are Still Without Clews to Attacker ESTHERVILLE several descriptions fivnishod looa police the officers have been unable to find any trace of the man who has attacked 10 young women here dur ing the last week His attacks all mado in the same manner have aroused the community Xone of the morons victims was in jured for the screams of tho young women always frightened him away Several homes have been watched decoys have walked the streets and clews have been run down but al to no avail of Agreement Is in Hands Operators Committee for Decision CHICAGO Oct Il linois miners committee today accept ed the proposal of a suhcommltttec of miners and operators to settEethe six months tieup of mining activities in Illinois The operators committee still was considering tbo proposal and will reach a decision during the day Tho proposal accepted by the miners was that all return to work under tho Jacksonville agreement to which the operators have objected and that all disputes over wages and working conditions be presented to a joint com mission composed of tlin president and vice president of tho operators organization and tho minors union this committee lo report to full joint scale committee next February 7 the report to form a basis for ad justment of Ihe entire dispute Tho proposal accepted by tho miners today similar to one which was re jected by operators two weeks agn when a confercnco was broken off except that tho oC the commissioned different Nocturnal Visitor Is Near Death Following Shoot ing CHARITOX Oct Hooper was perhaps fatally wounded last night when shot by Lou Denton after he is alleged to have prowled around Dentons house hero and tried to a window Tho bullet passed thru Hoopers body and hospital attendants re ported that he has small chanco for recovery Denton has been arrested pending an Ke said he warned Hooper before shooting Hooper who hod been paroled to his father T M Hooper after being arrested for bootlegging was said by police to have been drinking He was found two blocks from the sceno of tho shooting Test Case to Establish Juris diction Will Be Filed at Boone DES MOINES Oct test suit attacking tho jurisdiction of the state highway commission to lay out and establish new roads will be filed in tho district court of Boono county within a few days Anton Paulson a prospective plaintiff declared here Mr Paulson will havo as copetition Heaps David Conn anil Kmma Hurless who will seek a re straining order against the commis sion prohibiting further work on seven mllea a new road In Boono county authorized by the commission It is tho contention of Paulson thai tho state highway laws do not vest tha commission with power lo des ignate highways but gives it jurisdic tion only over road improvement and construction ot highways after they tiave been established by county boards of supervisors Tho sevenmilo airetch of road which furnishes the basis for tho pro posed suit is a part of the Lincoln highway voted by the commission to straighten tho established highway Tho complainants say it cuts diagon ally across tho farms of several of them After KWing fly out changes Ilio orthography o luck nnrt spells it Kkill y Mason City GlobeGazette Offers the Constitution Booklet to School Children You will need a copy of the Con stitution the Declaration of Inde pendence and the Articles of Con federation In your study of hlstory and civics Tho Washington Information Bu reau ot this paper has printed theso three important documents in a handy little booklet which will be very useful for school work There is no cost except four cents in stamps to cover return postage and handling Send for a copy today and show it lo your teacher Frederic J Haskin Director The Mason City GlobeGazette Information Itnrenti Washington C I enclose herewith four rents in stamps for a copy of the CON STITUTION BOOKLET Name Street State y s BOAT Coolidge Authorizes Naval Vessel to Proceed to Near Hawaii WASHINGTON Oct sending of a naval vessel to Johnson Island 750 miles southwest ot the Hawaiian islands to renew the search for tho Golden Eagle one of the planes lost In tho Dole San Francisco to Honolulu Air Derby was authorized today by President Cooiidgc A sea going tug probably will bo used Authority to renew the search for tho Golden Eagle one of the plnncs lost in tho attempt to reach Hawaii was given by thopresident after a conference at the white IIOURR with Secretary Wilbur and Admiral Ehcrle chief ot naval operators It is understood that the dispatch ot a vessel lo Johnson Island wan be ing ordered at tho request of ttio Kan Francisco Kxamincr which sponsored the Golden Kagie The piano which was oneof those taking off from the Oakland airport Aug 1C was piloted by Jack Frost j with Gordon facott as navigator Another plane competing In the raee never reached its goal with its throe passengers Including Mildred Doran a Michigan school lonelier whlln the Pallas Spirit piloted by Capt William 1 Krwln which wet out tit look for the two lost planes flashed an SOS nix hundred miles from tho mninlnnd and not been heard from Hincc Soviets Claim One Time Leader Is Traitor to Ruling Party MOSCOW Oct Trotsky once allpowerful war min ister ot the Soviets has again felt tho weight dlsclpllna for hla out spoken opposition to tho Stalin and liucharfn group vcontroiing the com munist party and the communist or third intcrnation Shorn of governmental posts demoted m the Russian communist party for his attacks on tho control ing group in tho post he has been expelled from tho executive body of tho international together with M Vuyovlch one of his chief aides expulsion was unanimously voted by the presidium or controllng organism of tho international Charges Are Cited Trotzky ana Voyovich tho resolu tion said could no longer bo allowed to servo on tho executive body be causo of their violent struggle against tho organization by means ot underground printing plants coupled with organizingillegal centers and Intuiting malicious slander ngalnst Soviet Russia In view of the previous warnings given the resolution said to refrain further from disciplinary measures would be dangerous ana Impossible It was necessary to counteract the uu dermlning activities f the opposition 1st rebels in ordertopreserve unitj in tho ranks The action came after tho expulsion of 14 persons including several Red army workers from the ranks of tho communist party Thursday Defendants Are Defiant Thcso persons were accused of car rying on insidious oppositionist propa ganda maintaininga secret printing plant circulating secret party docu ments In bulk holding consplratory conferences and working with a num ber of intellectual bourgois violently opposed to tho central executive com mittee Trotzky and Vtiyovich summoned before the disciplinary committee ox lircssod open defiance the former war minister saying Bureaucratic rtlsclpllno Is founded m false political precepts and offers no weapon for unity but for disorgan zatlon and Should Mayor John L Duvall of Indianapolis step down or be removed from hla office his wife now city controller will succeed him Buvall appointed hla wife controller after he was found guilty of violating the cor rupt practice act during tho 1925 elec tion Should Jlrs Duvnll succeed her husband ulie will bo the citys first woman mayor WSUI to Cut Out Sending Games on Air Announcement Arouses Pro test Among Radio Fans Here Announcement mado from WSUI University of Iowa broadcasting Eta tion that football and liasketbal Barnes will not bo radiocast from tha station until a sellout is recorded from the ticket ottlce bfot down a lieiiigTo fcipiottscs IfViciuy aim Saturday morning Hundreds of faces of radio fans mingled expressions of sadness and anger following the announcement from the station FrI ty night A request was mado by the an nouncer that those who caro to do so send in communications expressing their opinions on tlio order abolishing the broadcasting of games Jinny alumni and others who arc Interested in tho university already linns sent cards or letters expressing regret Tho reason given for the action Is that the athletic council of tho school iels that tlio broadcasting of the amcs cuts down attendance and re iuces tho Income from athletics ludging from the manner In which the innouncemcnt was mado those In charge ot tbo station favor contlnu ne tho broadcasting A number of alumni hero expressed the opinion Saturday morning that n wssiblo increase in ticket sales as a of the stopping oC tho broad casting would be moro than offset by ho ill feeling that might be arouBcd on account ot tho action Robbers Make Good Escape With Taken From Hotel Owner CJIICACiO Oct intcli was carved In tho gun ot Chi cago banditry today when robbers hot and killed George Miller 32 101150 detective in tho second floor of tho Spencer hotel mul then flcI with 5700 taken from tho hotel owner David Spencer Tho robbers loungcrl In lobby chairs as Miller and Spencer entered Spencer carrying a money bag At tho command to throw lip his hands tbo detective drew Algona Police Search Banks of River for Missing Hurt Resident ALC30XA Oct other efforts laving failed police hero are search ng tho banks the Iowa river here Tor Frank FHcitinger Burt resident vho wag last seen here on Monday Altho county authorities and local lotice havo followed a myriad of clows n tho last few flays nothing has been seen or heard oC the Burt youth who carno here with a friend Monday Titonka Child Hurt While Playing at Home oapon whereupon tho bandits pistol I year old son of Mr and Mrs blazed Altho shot five times Miller opened fire with his gun and a trial of lilood later found on tho stairway and a lilood soaked cap on tho street showed at least one ol the bullets had found n mark Hospitals wero beingchecked today for posslblo traco of tho wounded holdup man tho 3 Oin fractured leg while In the yard of tho rich received a he wan playing viiu family home near Titonkn The exact manner of receiving the injury Is not known Ills parents heard tho boys cries and rushed to assistance It is believed that ho fell from a tree The child is in a local hospital Heavy Windstorm Wrecks 20 Derricks in Oil Field SHREVKPORT Ocl A heavy windstorm followed by rain demolished 20 moro derricks in tho Ilno Island oil field about 2fi miles north of here yesterday Ono derrick was demolished in tho Homer field Tjcarby WEATHER NEXT WEEK j IVir the nnd lower Missouri vallejh Mostly fair at begin ning and close of woclc probably shower period middle days tempera mostly iviMago cx colder toward cly The Local Weather American Beet Sugar corporation figures for 21 hour period ending at S a in Saturday Maximum Minimum 8 a m 51 Ha in fall Trace Weather cotidl appear some wiiat mare like abln ioliy altbo clouds euiUin to obstruct the s it M ft h I n Tho wind was In iho northeast Adds to Discomfort of Homeless 300 Are in Hospitals ST LOUIS Oct 000 relief workers enlisted under tha Red Cross today started a systematic irogram for aiding families In 9G blocks shown by a survey to have icen affected by Thursdays tornado vhlch killed S3 persons and Injured moro than in St Louis and vl inlty Revisions tho death list showed everal duplications Jesse Roberts ne of those reported killed wan ound to be alive Tho Hed cross survey revealed ap jroximately persona wero in of immediate shelter which was irovidcd Tho section most in need of relief was shown to be thedistrict etween Easton avenue as far north 13 Fairground park tho district be tween Whlttier street on tho west Grand boulevard on tha cast and another section north and east ot fairground park extending thru the lydo park tiroa 300 in Hospitals AToro than 300 Injured wero etlll in lospltals today and more than 800 others have received medical treat ment Estimates of the property loss still varied widely but E E Christopher building commissioner placed the minimum nl A heavy rain today increased tha discomfort of many families who be cause ot the mild weather had chosen to remain In their shattered homes temporarily The water poured IrTro unroofed houses and did further damago to un protected furniture and bedding Later it Is expected police nnd city building authorities will roqulro occu panta to leavo many houses which aro in a dangerous state Heavily loaded vans yesterday and today carried fur nituro from wrecked houses for thosi who had somo other place of abode ivallable nations Distributed Five thousand rations consisting oC sandwiches coffeo and milk were dis tributed last night In five moving can teens A haso of food supply has cen rstabilshcd in tho basement ot Moolah temple Tho only unidentified ntorm victim s a woman whoso body is at the city morguo Mrs William Fornotf today report ed to police sho believed her husband vas burled in tho wreckageof their ionic She said fibo had not aeon ilncG the storm All other persona eported to tho police ns missing havo been accounted for DEATH LIST 83 ST LOUIS Oct 1 sts oC tornado victims rcchecked to lay Indicated the number oP injured voulil almost double yesterdays and reach The dead num S3 with the certainty that this number too would mount hlglier Irawing its Increase from tho injured ist nnd possibly tho debris yet to be cached Houso to houso canvasses gave 00 as the approximate number of iHiildingn destroyed or damaged It vas tliifi In rgo number that gave pauso to tho counters who last night computed tho injured between 550 and 00 Collapse of that many buildings t was pointed out would Indicate a number of victims That morn than n million dollars vorth oC automobiles wero destroyed TURN TO PAGE 13 POOR PA By Claude Callan 31 r a Ma mi mo Imvcnl done anything for either cliingh tnr n long finie su Ihcy hulli think prclly well of   

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