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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 3, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                m 8 NORTH IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition Edited Tor Hie Home VOL XXXIV FIVE CENTS PER COP Three Companies Revolt and Fight Against Obregons Race MEXICO CITY Oct Mexico City was perfectly calm mid tranquil this morning witli no outward evidences shown of last nights revolutionary movement affcctinj about 500 soldiers of the rily garrison who marched out of tho city for an undetermined des tination in mutiny The authorities who Imvn from to troops on duty in nnd around he city believe that he revolt which is thot o Ire an outcome of tlie presidential cam paign will be promptly dealt with nnd profess complete confidence tliat Hie government controls the situation MEXICO Oct Three companies of the Mexico City garrison have They left the city late last night taking the field against the government It Is thot they are supporting the movement against reelection offor mer President Obregron led by Gener Bis Serrano and Oofhez whose where Hhouts have not been known since Saturday General Jose Alvarez chief of the presidential staff declared thin morn Ing that the soldiers had been de ceived by their chiefs Apparently all the members of the garrison started to go but when the majority of the men learned they were being led Into n revolt tbcy abandoned their chlefn and returned to barracks who Jeft city did not LABOR LEADERS BEGIN MEETING IN CALIFORNIA FiveDay Week and Court Powers on Program of 1927 Convention IOWA WEATHER Somewhat unsettled tonight and Tuesday not much change In temper ature AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY OCT 3 1927 Police Hunt Slayer of Vpso city rtui not i ceeftJOO he added Their destination upon leaving tho capital was un known Altho agitation has been reported among tbo troops at several points in Mexico General Alvarez asserted that reports received bv tho presidential bureau indicated that quiet prevailed there have been numerous clashes iKlwccn government forces and rebels in recent weeks have hccn ascribed by Mexican military communiques to arousei hy tho governments religious regula x ions and noa of iheni hns involved the revolt of troops as in the present instance fien Arnulfo Comex anil Gen Francisco Serrano mentioned is miss ing from tho capital are both presi dential candidates Jitich lias an nounced himself against the constitu tional amendment recently adopted by he Mexican congress which permits a president to run for reelection after an intervening term has been served by another man This amendment was generally ac cepted as framed to cover the case of General Obregon who is a candidate again for the presidency which he held before the election or the present chief executive Plntarco Ktias Calles IOS AXGEIJSS Oct American Federation of Labor avow ly more healthy than it was last year tackled its various problems here today as JOO delegates and offi cers representing a membership of nearly workers assembled for its 47th annual convention The five day week the Jnjunctive lowers of the courts and the educa tion of working men to the Idea of organized labor were among the mSt ters tentatively scheduled to come under the scrutiny of the delegates Defeat of communism within the ranks was regarded as an accom plished matter as the congress began Is work While two weeks has been set as th enstli ot the convention the del fates will remain in session until n jusiness is cleared away Thus fa there has been no Intimation of an of thepresent officers of the federa tion being opposed for reelection HENRY HORTON IS TENNESSEES Pacific Flyers Awarded Cross REPORT WALKER August Cigaret Tax Amounts to DBS AfOIXES Oct Cig ret taxcollected by R E Johnson treasurer of state in August amounted to willi Tor thcisame mouth a year aco This was a pain over a FKO AuRiist of more than and the laiKest gain for comparative months in tho history of the elgarct tax law In the six years and two months the law has been in effect In cigaret taxeshas been collected AUNT HET By Robert Quillen II ainl no liiclc Io fjet luisbnnd You just Iliul out whnt a nuin likrs Io n SMHcd nlinuL an lluii you praise Claim U S Officials Hiret Detectives to Watch v Mayor in Europe KW YORK Oct that Mayor Tames J Walker was sub jectod to constant espionage durini his recent trip to Kurope causstl a stir today As published by both democratic and republican papers without naming the source tliere ports Ihal a watch wiis kept on Mr Walkers activities by order of at undisclosed American ofricia Friends of tho mayor are urging him to ask the state department lo investigate Tlie New York Times and the Now York American say somo a the mayors associates believe that the purpose of theespionage was localise discredit on Tammany Hall of which the mayor nnd Governor Sniitlv ira members aim thus Indirectly discredit thc governor as a presidential candi date While neither the mayor nor any of his companions on lhs trip would dis cuss the matter newspapers nay that somo of those who taeeointwnled Mayor Walker on bis tour asserted they had heard the reports British and French officials were said to have been the first to inform Mayor Walker that ho was being shadowed by private detectives re puledly in the employ of American Reports are that thn mayors friends took up the matter with the Paris olice who sent word to Mr Walker that French detectives had been as signed to watch those who were shadowing him A frameup Is believed bv the mayors friends o have been in the of those directing the reputed espionage Senate Speaker Succeeds Gov Peay Who Dfed Sunday Night NASHVILLE Oct H Morton speaker of tin lennossee stats senate was sworn ir today as governor succeeding Auatii 1eay who died suddenly last night The ceremony by which JUr jjor ton became the 39th chief executive of lennessee was without any formal ty and only a few state officials urn mlimale friends besides Jtrs Uortoi vnd a son 1 w Ifprton were pres Judge Arthur Crownover of the state Court of Appeals u personal friend and former partner of the new governor administered the oath at a m hi Mr Nortons rooms at the Andrew Jackson Horton a Democrat Mr Hollon who was lawyer teacher farmer and banker he became the presiding officer of the senate Is a democrat and bus Pledged himself to carry on the poli cies Governor Peay He Io a native of Alabama and was born In ISlifi The fatal attack cams to Governor Peay yesterday as he was Bletpins Airs Peay the only person present was attracted by his groans Austin Poay was the governor in Tennessee to get three successive terms In the past century and was the first chief executive of Tennessee to die in office lie was born in Chris tian county Kentucky June 1 187CV Signed Evolution Bill Governor Peay attained national prominence by signing a bill passed lj tbo Tennessee legislature of 1325 pro hibiting the teaching of the theory of evolution in public schools He also took an active interest in the legal attl9 which resulted In tho law be ing declared constitutional by the Ten icssee supreme court In his public during 111 rial at Dayton or Prof John T Scopes convicted of violating the Governor Peay upheld the ar rJeut J Mnitlaud nml Ucnt Alliprl F nrs i nonMop flight from San Francisco to Hiiwnii are awarded Ihe distingiushed flylnp cross by Prcslilcnf Wnsliinston The is seen pinning tho cross on EASTERNERS HIT JfIND FOR BEACHES It Jnseasonable Heat Wave Breaks AH Records for October gument ot the fundamentalists in the elisions controversy Son Finds Mrs Sprague in Bed With Both Legs Burned to Crisp AU3OXA Oct A W prasue 55 years olJ died In the Ai ona hospital this morning without egainine I burns consciousness ns a result received Sunday evcnin XKW YORIv Oct anils of residents In the north and middle Atlantic slates went to tho beaches over the weekend to escape an unseasonable bent wavo inat broke all records for October and caused thrco deaths and many prostrations The mark of S7 degrees in New York City three degrees higher than the previous record for October 2 was higher than any temperature re corded last August A crowd estimated at per sons half of them baliiors descended upon Coney Island Thousands went o the Itockaway beaches where they hurried into bath ing suits with nn unanimous disre ard of the ordinance against semi public disrobing when they found most of the bath houses closed Among thoso prostrated was Frllzi Scheff who fainted on the stage near tho end of her performance In Bye I Byo In a theater at New Haven Conn In upstate New York tho mercury ivas in the nineties Si being recorded at Buffalo and 100 at Waterloo The Belieye Another Tragedy Has Been Averted in Michigan District Oct rovery of 2M sticjcs of ilynnmlte In tli wrecked schoothouse destroyed by An drew Kohoe Clinton county fariue last spring by two Hinnll boys is pe lieved to Imvo averted another trag edy in this small village Tiie school was dtimolisbrd by dyna mite planted by the farmer while school was in session ibe death ot men women and ind the maiming of many more per son H Tbo dynamite was found and hidden beneath a false the wrecked structure M Ktvinif supervisor of township siiid that workmen now en iloyed In rebuilding the school hav found explosives in smaller amounts on two occasions floor she was attempting to light the re in tbo kitchen stove I 1JC The details ot the accident are im1 city X nown since there was none of theIT 74 degrees higher Well Known Resident l 111 Mrs n year ot Ackley ouccumbs home ahout 9 o clock Sunday night from downtown mily at homo at tho time First intimation of the tragedy ame when Jirs Pprngnes 27 year than the average for Tilly Get V Roosevelt SO a resident of this town for many years died at his home here Sunday evening after an illness of only two days Mr Iloosevelt was down town on his daily walk Friday anil appeared in good health He name to Ackley in 1S76 and up until six years ago he and bis brother Theodore were active in the mill and coal business here T IT J1 Will Rogers JIOLLWOOD Oct Tex Richard sold ringside seats to an event that took place all within reel bow many would be sell around a baseball field to worlds series He would have I hem playing In the center vollvy and seat fin all around the Rockies and jMlcghnnies It sure does good to have an athletic event approach Ing nnri not la have a read about how Hie contestants played golf to get In for it If PitiHbiiigh walks Ruin Oehrivr every timo they em KNuiyriglit I and bea t and found his nTother in bed with both legs burned to u crisp and all her clothing burned from her body Mrs Sprague was unconscious when her son found her She was im mediately removed to the hospital where she died this morning It is presumed that Mrs Snrague was attempting to light the kitchen stove fire with kerosene when It ex ploded setting fire to her clothing Then it is believed the woman ran to the bed in an effort to extinguish the blaze Tins she accomplished but not before she was horribly burned Xo arrangements for tlie funeral have been announced Siie Is survived by her husband who works at night and the son Karl Tbo family lias lived In Algona for many years Muscatine Football Player Dies as Result of Injuries in Practice MUSCATrXK Oct 1 ADTho first fatality traced to football In section in many years occurred when Ifaiold Johnson K 1 school Ji nior died Sunday of Strrptocorous poisoning which resulted from an In jisrcd hip suffered two weeks ao 111 practice He was a member the hit school team I h wound I was lorn open lie name ivjh ratine Il j soon afterward I Mason City GlobeGazette Offers to Its Readers a Booklet on Art In Xcw York City children In Ihe younger classes are taken to the Metropolitan Museum Knowledge of the beautiful is considered a basic part of educa tion And art can begin at home with the simple and inexpensive things A booklet about Art beautifully illustrated and designed to a new and fresh Interest in every thing nrllstic in randy for the cliiid in school or for the grownup be ginning to want to know about pic turns or designs or furnishings or arrangements Prepared by the American Fed eratlon of Arts ict your copy now Enclose four cents in stamps for return postage and handling Frederic J Hnskiu Directnr Tlie Mason City Information Unreal Washington D C I enclose lieriiwilh four ccnls in stamps for i of he A IIT Xame Street City Sin In Promise of Rapid Payments of Insurance Brightens St Louis Prospects ST Oct Hie first in four days and the promise of siwedy Insurance payments brightened tho oullook for St nns wiiore tiomes were damaged or destroyed by Thursdays tornado Tho deatb list uas increased lo SS witli tho tfeath of William Francis Roche Bf who died in a hospital of a fractured skull Buffered when tlie building of the Continental Boiler and Sheet Worfcs of which he was president collapsed in the storm Tho police list of persons reported missing was reduced to three today Those unaccounted for nern William 21 August Kahn and Krrol Thielecke Hi Approximately LOO injured remained in Several were reporled in a critical condition Comparative absence of sightseers from tlie devastated district helped Ihe work of removing survivors to new homes This work was hampered i Paris Cities Section Per milting Sliding Scale for Rates WASHIXCiTOX Oct Whilo the most recent French tariff note is viewed by administration offi cials conciliatory and perhaps open ing the wny to settlement of the pres ent dispute text of tile first two nolOH exchanged shows that the French guns have been trained directly on American tariff rates rrom the time fho IriincoOeriuan commercial treaty was signed These notes were made public simul taneously today In Washington und Paris to he followed later by the cur rout chapter in tin Interchange the Knmch note received Saliirday Tho American reply Is now Ijeing formu lated and is expected to Bo forward lain this week Tbo new French note cites the equalization provisions of tho Amerl tariff section 315 an author ity under which treaty negotiations inislit proceed That aullior IXCM adjustment tit rates up or down allow for any difference in Ameri can and foreign production costs of the articles involved lu order to re move the difference when tbo arllcleK aro placed in competition here with American products Wont Reduction The Washington government la pre pared UnitIt make full use of this Kecllon in deal ins with rales against which that country may complain But II will not bind Itself to reduce Ihos rates Any change tn rate will I based on study or production cost Timx 10 PACK 16 r remembered the girl i a costume she used as a waitress and CONDUCTOR SAYS YOUNG MAN LEFT CAR WITH VICTIM Body Is Found in Old Shed Near Girls Home by Boys MIXXEATOLIS Oct Ilco today sought R youns man who alighted from a street car wilh iliss Pearl Ostcn 21 year old college stu dent shortly before she beaten and strangled to death near her borne hero early Sunday man according to the con dltctor of the street car honrded the car wilh the young woman al in Sunday dialled vfith her unlll they readied a street near and then left the car with her payingtheir fares aflc Thocmulmto iierause piano player In o downtown cafe whore slip worked part of 11m time to belli pay her way thru college Defectives promptly arrested a suspect but after looking at the man this noon ihe conductor said he wis lot the womans ram pun on Boys Find Kndy Boys playing hldeaiulseek found her body In a shed not far rrom the point where she left a struct car on her way home noni thn tearoom where she worked part of Iho limo to help pay her way thru college First considered a clow to her an ixsln a bright srarf apparently In strangliig her was her own prop y used ns a distinctive feature of her dress as a tearoom waitress no lien learned today Two Had Quarreled Over Car Son in Jail Tells Questioners Oct quarrel over a f2s automobile wa leiiiff given by Olio Trelsmics to iy as llic reason for bis being lieli n county jnll here in onneclion will dcnlh or hiH ralber August Trelx lies Mo was found by Omaha news ipermeii after local iiuthorities bad lied to take him Young Treismlca said the trouble tarled when bis father look Ihe en Ino from bis car worth about nd put it in bis own slncn then ley had rpianelcil several limes he lid Tbo argument readied Its climax estcrdiiy The son told anlhorities iat his father arose rrom a table in beat of an argument and after oklng a few steps faltered and fell nd that he died a few minutes later Otlon stepmother told the county fiiials that her stepson hit his Tiber with his MSI knocking Im down and lhat tlio force of Ibe It killed him Voujjg denirs tomliinc is father Nashua Police Look for Missing Rockford Man Car Found Parked tho scone of tho crime and another man was taken Inlo cuftodv today when a street car rondllclor said be bait accompanied Iho girl iwlien sho loft ho car an Investigation the negro and the whllo man arrested In tui au tomobile wore declared to linve es talillsTied a complete nllhl and wpre re leased Morris Gets Permission to Enter Negotiations With Operators DKS 3101 NEK Oct glliatimis between Iowa Onion miners nnd coal operators aimed to hasten n settlement of wage difficulties similar to that agreed upon in Illinois Satur day are to be resumed George Heaps president of the Iowa Coal Operators association has etUled n Hireling of SO members to dis cuss the Illinois settlement meeting which he attended J W Morris ot Albla district union president has received permission fiom John president of th 1nited Allno Workers of America to enter negotiations with Urn operators on tho basis of the Illinois Previously the miners Kcale commit tee had been forbidden hy national or der to discuss with operators any wage basis other than the Jacksonville agreement One Obstacle taamtt The only point in the Illinois agree ment that loometl as a possible ob stacle tbo miners officials here said wax tho HMpulnllciii tlmt the report of tho wugo scale commission Io ba submitted next February should be como the basis of the ensuing wags This would It was pointed out peem to bind the and operators to the decision ot Uiis commission cm a new scale and place the settle ment outside the jurisdlcUo or unions international policy commis sion International officers however ineitta in each state nnrt If the oper ators and miners tbo various states disposed to make separate agree ments tnkinp Into account the differ ent prodnclion costs no union now stand In tlie cod nrs of that pro YOUTH ADMITS MURDER OF TEACHER Oct 3 AP George Varo 211 of Barnesboro wns n Jnll today the confessed slayer po said of Rose iTycarold sclmol teacher whose Mle aniua reok bridLro yesterday i the I dont iro was p Several letters alleged to icen written hy raro In which n o for vhicli bo niiva Hose and in n tenea to fctdim Of TO P AOFO II Milwaukee Railways Improvement Plans Approved by Court CHICAGO Oct Tames H today au honznd receivers for the fhicigo lihvaukce St Paul railroad to pro wl with replacement nnd betterment fork to more than The sum Io be spent includes 000 or laying rails including new tracks el ween Th Hedge and Ottiimwa on Clinton nnd Sioux Falls S Chester and Wisconsin Kap 1s and at Creel Minn Morn than will also iuit for drilling 1 well nnd tnstnil 1S machinery nt ibe nlaislnp ot the roundhouse at Sa nni for a machine shop at Ottumwa In EXPECT NO CHANGE IN PRICE JUST NOW CHICAGO Oct iff of Illinois soft coal mines closed months because or wage differ cnces will not reflect niiy npprecia bio ebanse In the price of coal to tho consumer opera tors believe Louis Jr Smith treasurer of tlio ooat operators expressed Ihu opinion there would bn littlo In retail iauso of the prices largely great Kinplus sloclin Oet Pollen officials re are anxiously a waiting word of tlie whereabouts of Car uealthy siorksnian of Roclcfonl ubciso new coupe stood on the street I street here for a week He was las I seen here a week ago by friends who becoming anxious as to his f rly notified tiie police of ibe car which has been parked with tho win flows thruout the weeks rain His overcoat and n few personal ef are In the car nnd the fact that the lirv was cft hn The Local Weather were on hand when the strlko starl ed Sevonlytwo thousand miners affected by Iho agreement reached committee representingopera tors and union miners late Saturday which provides for payment of same scale the men received when tho mines closed April J last That tho Jacksonville wage seals no cord nml it was tlie onernlors refusal to renew that rule and tlio miners to Accept less that preclpl ated Um closing or the shnftH Sees Xflv Ilasis fur pence Saturdays settlement while nnnllca hlo only in Hi riidingFeb 7 I2S Is believetl operators nml union leaders alike to provjde tha basis for amicable solution of and working condition or wage and working eondifinn differences there afler A new nnd set of working conditions to be effected leidaln thru the agency of a Joint iwnmitlre It was the proviso for later read jualment thai moved the they o resume operations at thij aoksoiivijjp scalp thsr have Insisted is too high lo TURN TO W POOR PA By Claude Callan bolh by rain arid xwrirms i grave doubts as safely uf persons who entered thc lornndo nitnlries at the office lias been shipped point The number of families affected by Ihe storm is now estimated by the Red Cross at of whom somewhat iess than onethird will require now homes Approximately 500 families been moved to new homes of rations from fond trurks continue today If the egg cracking contest why Iry the same Greene Resident Is Held for Wife Beating American Root Sugar corporation weather figures for 11 hour period end ing at 8 a m Monday Maximum Minimum in At H n m ir It li in fa II trace figures 1M hour perind j ending tit S a in Sunday Maximum 57 Minimum At X a m in H still seems fir 11It for Old Srd ot 5fc H ovVrVu M trfrli jitrv fur Imvinf t T l l br will Tribune year old cl 11 i whirl Jmaj mean Improvement   

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