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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 13, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                A IOWA WEATHER Generally fair tonight probably frost mostly liglil Friday increasing cloudiness and warmer AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES NORTH IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition Edited for the VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY OCT 13 1927 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO I ti i K K CoOperation Cited as Cause for Better Understanding PITTSBURGH Industrial peace today which a short time since would have seemed almost impossible received the praise of President Coolidge in a today fit the annual observance of Founders day at Carnegie institute Tho better understanding was at tributed by the president to the closer cooperation of the people and a realization by employer and employee of their mutuality of It has brot a great harvest of con he said and a great in crease of effort and efficiency in pro duction In its light the relation be tween employer and employee has been so greatly improved that much of the old friction no longer exists The rattle of the reaper the buzz of the saw the clang ot the anvil the roar ot traffic are all part of a mighty symphony not only of material but oC spiritual progress Lauds AVorl of Carnegie Out of them the nation Is support ing its religious institutions endowing Its colleges furnishing adornments ot architecture rearing its monuments organizing its orchestras and encour aging its the accomplishments of the late Andrew Carnegie vvho found ed thia trade school Mr Coolidge also emphasized his interest in art work tvjjjcli has culminated in the 26th in exhibition here This exhibition was on the presidents program and he declared in his address that it may be that in the spirit which animates the conduct of these exhibitions lies tho germ of a better world Notes Ciiys Progress While it will always be desirable to stimulate and encourage the pro duction of fine paintings it fs even more he said to stimulate encotirage their wide appreciation by tho people It is a fundamental principle or our institutions that freedom educa tion and jyealth are not to be reserved tor Hie few but are to he reached thru equal opportunity which is open to all We have staked America on the po tential capacity of the average citi Lauding the progress made Dy the city of Pittsburgh the president called particular attention to Andrew Mellon his secretary ot treasury and Richard 13 Mellon Pittsburgh whose generosity ho said made possible the art exhibition Men Coulil Face Fuels They stand out as men who are devoting themselves to the service ot Mr Coolidge declared one by remaining as a loader in great financial and industrial enterprises nnd the other by turning his great talents to the administration or pub lie finance as secretary ot tho treas ury ot the United States where his leadership In tho last six years ban been greatly Instrumental ill restoring the economic equilibrium ot the Establishment of this government and of this community have been brot about Mr Coolidgo said by a su premo effort by the making ot sacri fices that reached to life Thesa results he added havo come from men who could face facts and wero willing to grapple with realities from men whoso hands were hardened at the plow whoso faces were black ened at tho Torse whose bodies hnrt been exposed to the fire of hostile AUNT HET By Robert Quillen 1 rlcml know iiow come preachers scold men Yon can on one nn him work his Tool self io ill Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Calif October 13 Dear Will Since you have brot me into the KogersBrlsbane controversy as to whether President Coolidge will run again in spite his definite dec laration that he will not let me1 say I will accept your bet of and moreovr will give you odds of two to one In other words I will wager to that President Coo lidgo will not run In 1928 I have no inside information but I know the racsidcnt to be a truthful honorable gentleman a high minded patriot who wishes to stand and deserves to stand with Wash ington Jefferson Madison Monroe Jackson Cleveland and all the great Americans who havo been unwilling to endanger tho repub lican character of our American In stitution by substituting a dictator ship for a democracy by breaking tho eightyear limitation tho more than two term restriction estab lished by tho father ot our country Moreover the people have shown their devotion to the principles of Washington by voting out of office the party and the public men who violated the injunction against for eign entangling alliances and I firmly believe that the public would be equally drastic in their action concerning any public man who thot more of his petty personal am bition than he did of Washingtons patriotic injunction against the dangers of a protracted presidential term Randolph Hearst All right Mr Hearst its s bet I can understand your position Yqu as a want htm to run Neither does any other democrat want him to run But its the republicans that he has to listen to and not the democrats Its not his petty personal ambi its that lie has to run to protect tho party that has kept him in office all his life You suy he will be defeated Now I will outdo you in generosity I will bet you five to one that if he runs he will be elected I base this belief on the grounds of the democrats splitting which Is the surest grounds in the world Especially if a wet is nominated and if a wet is not nominated the wet democrats will go republican so either way they jump JXow when I start collecting W I hope this dont make you short Tho charity which I will devote tho winnings of the last bet to is the upbringing of theRogers offspring so they wont havo to rely on public office for sustenance Arthur gob out of this pretty lucky Yours WILL ROGERS Cdliyrijtlil MEXICOS EXECUTED LEADERS Council Bluffs Station Found to Be Below Requirement DKS MOTNES Oct Complaints filed with tho gasoline tax division of the state treasury against the grado of gasoline being sold in several Iowa cities in which gas wars are in progress today led the inspection bureau of the department ot agriculture and tho treasurers office to launch a statewide investiga tion designated to curb any dumping oC low test gas upon tho Iowa mar ket Samples ot gasoline sold at cut rate stations in Council Bluffs and DCS Moines already have been tested Two stations in Council Bluffs werere garded by Roy Williams of tho gas tiix division and Charles S Yogle of the inspection bureau as falling too far lelow the government standards Orders havo been issued by the in jspection bureau for each agent to sub mit five samples from Ills territory after which the analysis will be pub lished by tho state chemist Iowa has no taw against low test gasoline and there is no legal method by which tho state can prevent dilu tion of gasoline so long as the retailer collects and to the state the re quired tax on the bulk of his stock One of the Council Bluffs samples was estimated hero to show a HO per cent dilution with kerosene Another sample graded slightly better Two were declared satisfactory Iowa Taking Hand in Rail Merger Plan Attorney General Wants Right to Participate in Hearing BUS MOINES Oct stato of lowu thru Attorney General John Fletcher and Assistant Attor ney General Noill Clnrrett today in tervened In tho interstate commerce commission hearing In which it if proposed to merge or unify the urea Northern and Northern Pacific rail way companies Thepetition of intervention filed by the attorney ia a separate proceceling from a petition of intervention filed by tho Iowa board of railroad commis sioners last wcck and does not recite the attitude of the state on the merger proposal but merely states that inter vention is desired for thereason that Iowa has an interest In tho caso In the rail hoard petition interven tion In opposition to tho merger was nsked One member the commission intervened as amiciis curia or friend of tho Tiie petition of the attorney gen oral and his assistant recites that un der the law the attorney general is authorized and direrctcd to Intervene und represent tho stato In any pro ceeding in which the state may have an interest that the new company tho Great Northern Pacific proposes o operate ivitlroads in Iowa and on account thereof the stato nn In tcrest the issues to ho hpnrd and should ho allowed lo appear produce and crosg examine witnesses Former Emmetsburg Woman Freed of Manslaughter Charge at Fairmont FAIRMONT Oct Mildred McMaeken former Emmets burs resident was acquitted here yesterday by a jury on a charge of manslaughter The woman who hnd been held in jail was Immediately given her freedom She with her husband was arrested several days ago as n result of an au tomobllo accident in which the 10 year old son of Mr and Mrs Robert Moldenhauor Revere received in juries from which he later died A similar charge filed against her husband by the Fairmont dismissed last Saturday Mrs Me Macken was driving the car which struck the Moldenhauer machine 7 Swea City Motorists Are Arrested and Fined SWRA CITY Oct mo torists failed to stop at tho boulevard slop sign placed at the main street crossing and were taken before Mayor Dye and fined SI each The stop sign was placed at tho main street in tersection for the purpose ot avoid ing accidents on the main street Tho council at its last meeting voted to hire a traffic officer to patrol tho streets and arrest violators of this ordinance The traffic officer hired for one month for a trial ami T PL Hanifan was given the job This Is tho first traffic officer ever to be hired in this cltjv Hore nrotwo of Hie executed lendersof Mexicos latest revqlt ivliej they enjoyed poiver of office in the southern republic Oii the is Gcu Miguel A PrraUu who was formerly a director of the Mexican Militnrj College On Hie lysfit ig mi Jie upueureit wliaiiSecretary of war anfi rihvy under the Obrcgon regime He seen wliilo deiivpring an oration Father and Mother Found in House Daughter Suc cumbs Later DUBCQUB Oct by firo in their home last night Mr and Mrs George Stillmunkes ot Riekardsvllle were killed and their 12 yeaiold daughter Natrona fatally injured In their home at JUckards ville 15 miles north of here The bodies of Me and Mrs Still munkes were badly burned but it if not known whether they were burned to death or suffocated by fumes from an overheated furnace or lantern ex plosion Their daughter escaped but died in a local hospital today Ralph Dupont a hired man sleep ing on the second floor escaped The family moved to Hickardsville Oct 1 from Sherrills Mound anil op erated n mercliandise The Local Weather American Beet Sugar corporation weather figures lor 2 hour period ending at 8 a in Thursday Maximum Minimum At S a in Kniufnll With the jii 38 Oi wind during onoufih tho on still in tiic north Mason City anrl Xorth Iowa residents arc ex pecting snow any time now The fine that fell intcrmittcnlly felt cold occasions lo be Mason City GlobeGazette Offers to Its Readers a Copy of the Game Laws for 192728 You must know the same laws it you hunt at all Whether you hunt rabbits birds or mountain lions you must learn when and where they may ho nhot or trapped and how big a bag you are permitted v To keep out of trouble you must Icnow the IcKnl provisions In every Ktnlo covering licenses seasons and export game All of these points are covered In a ICpago booklet issued by the De partment of Agriculture Every sportsman should have a copy of this booklet so that he may keep within the laws This Is a government publication nnd our Washington Information Bureau will obtain a copy for any reader who fills nit and malls the coupon below Enclose four cents in stamps for return postage and handling and be sure to write your name and address clearly ODonnell Aged Primate Suffering From Pneu monia BELFAST Ireland Oct Patrick Cardinal ODonnell of Ireland who is suffering from pneu monia at Carllngford nad a scvevi attack this morning His condition was reported as extremely gravo Tho attack at 4 a followed two similar seizures during the nlehL These were announced in a mcdiua bulletin issued at Carlingford at mid night saying Cardinal ODonneil hns had two very severe attacks His condition if Today was the seventh rtny of th Cardinals illness lie in 71 years old Group Is Organizing to Back Agricultural Aid Candidate WASHINGTON Oct While disclaiming any feeling ot rea concern republican old guard leaders concede they are closely observing de velopments in the conferences of sen ate insurgents now In progress here They are especially Interested In what this group composed entirely o senators from the far west may d with respect to tho presidential sltua lion whether they will get behint Norris of Nebraska In tho preaidentia primaries ov support of 111 nois or fail to como to any agree mont as to a candidate Tho regular party leaders aro no undertaking to discount the Influence tho could wield in tho nex national convention should they b able to go thero with a candidate hav ing a sizeable block ot delegates They ave doubtful however that nn insurgent movement will meet witl thesuccess even in the large ogrlcu tural states that some of the director ot tho movement now hope lor Leaders Aro Doubtful This doubt is predicted upon the en Txwden by party leat in several of those states the be lief that several others will send to th convention delegations pledged t favorite sons or upon other factors Irrespective of whether tho Insur gents can agreo upon a candidate fo tho nomination their movement ready has brot conciliatory expression from tbo delegated leaders ot th party in the senate They declare there aro a number of questions 01 which they are In agreement with th insurgents Adverting to the matter of Increase tariff protection for farm products o the west which has been stressed b TUHN TO PAGE 23 Frederic J Ilasliin Director The Mason City GlobeGazette Information Rurrau Washington C I eiioloso herewith four ccnfs in stamps for n copy of the GAME BOOKLET Niiinc SI Cily Stale Safe and Sane Flyer Is Forced to Wait for Another Day OLD ORCHARD Oct stiff southerly n stead ily falling rain thick weather and rough sea combined this morning to postpone probably for another day tho projected AnuMicatoCopenhascn flight of Mrs Frances Grnyson and her two companions In their big Sikorsky amphibian monoplane Thrro was thu bnrc possibility tbnl the flyers might leave at dusk when low lido eliali havo widened the nar row beach runwaj but It wns only a possibility Tho piano stood fueled and ready provisioned for the flight while the aviators and their companions chaffed at tho delays The aviators havo been awaiti clear weather sinco early last month Mrs fJrayson has consistently refused to take a neediest chance It must he a safe and sane flight or none at all she has announced JRnin Delays Frenchmen SAIXT LOUIS Senegal Oct Costes was again forced to postpone his hopoff for Port Xatal Brazil today in his plane j the JvungesscrColi The of the flying field made a takeoff In advisable j Aniiiferilnni Hop Fails i Oct P The Keinkel D1220 whirh i left Rruusbufiltcl his morning foi i Amsterdam cnrouto to Iho Lnilrd Htalcs by of tho Aznc hinder it Wilhclmshnx en for furihcr ropnirs I Wllhelmshavfii Is about C mil west of Soldiers Surrender After De ceit of General Is Revealed NOfJALES Ocl official rrpnrls lo the Nogalcs Hcnild said Unit Gcu Herlor Al nmilu jillejid iiislipaior of tiio recent Mexican revolution ami aiili lo Armilfo fugitive m candidate has been raptured government troops in thn slate ot Vera Cruz MEXICO crrr Oct Gen Aruulfo Gomez rebel leader sought by tho government in Vera Cruz state Is accompanied only by mountaineers according to otflcers leading the GOO surrendered soldiers of Gen Hector Almadas column who have arrived at Jalapa capital of the Ktntc Xo soldiers remained with Gomez after the defeat of his followers by federal force in western Vera Cruz on Sunday they declared They claim they were ordered to leave the Mexico City garrison by Gen Alnindn who told them Gen Roberto Ccjiuio had revolted in state and should be fought Almndns deceit wan not revealed they asserted until airplanes flying over the mountain region near Perote where they wero intrenched dropped printed sheets reminding the soldier of their duty Thereupon they dc cidcd to surrender During Sundays combat at Ayau liunlulco tho soldiers did not fight ac cording to the officers but withdrew toward Cosautlnn The rebel generals with tbo mountaineers overtook them nnd bfipt strict vigilance until night fall when the soldiers decided to ro sumc their march fighting the pur suing mountaineers iiiHil they readier Cnrautlan Twentyfive soldiers over como by fatigue were captured by the Sneers and wero bclicvod t imvo been executed Relatives o Flyers Happy at Good NeWs Announcement Ends Long Vigil for Mrs Elder Plan Celebration LAKELAND Oct oy unrestrained marked the recep Jon by their home town ot tho Asso ciated Press dispatches announcing hat JtiBB Ruth Elder and Georgn laldernan had landed safely in the Americal Girl at sea Hundreds of persons gathered In ront of the office of tho Lakeland Jedger broke into a deafening roar of npplauso as the announcer rcurt the flash of the safety of the Lakeland flyeri T J father of the co pilot and navigator of tho American was in tho Ledger office when iheflash came Ho was too overcome or a few seconds to make any com ment Father Certain I knew they would no were his first words Then he broke Into broad grin I knew they woulc do lie repeated The Haldeman family vvere confl dent all the time both Mrs Haldeman and her husband asserting George will null Plans for a celebration over the flyers safety were begun at once Mayor Rodgers issuing aproclamation calling for a mass meeting ot citizens tonight Civic leaders were called into conference wtlh the mayor to dls cuss the celebration Family IB Overjoyed ANISTON Oct Sobs choked the voice of Mrs Elder hero today as she gave thanks thCit had befallen her odven tmbus iCHt Atlantic aviatrlx The girl flyers p rents sisters and brothers wero gathtred In a loca newspaper office anxiously waiting for reports of their daughters prog ress across the Atlantic in the plan American Girl Thruout tho night they eat In their little home not daring to sleep Anxiety was written on the faces o all I knew Hiith would be found tho mother exclaimed when she was told of Ruths landing beside the Dutch tanker Barendrecht The fath er standing aside turned his head and wiped away a tear Smiles on tho faces of the brothers and sisters replaced the troubled ex pressions which plainly have shown their misgivings during the last few clays Mrs IlnldPinim Informal NEW YORK Oct ormed by tho Associated Press that ier husband and Ruth Rider wero afe after a landing at sen Mrs George rlnldormin Raid 3roken Oil Line Feed Is Cause of Halt All Are Safe PARIS Oct Ruth Elders dream of be ing the first woman to cross the Atlantic by air las ended somewhere out in the wastes of the Atlan tic but she and her copilot Capt George Haldeman are safe and sound aboard the steamship Barendrecht Landed by S S Bnren drccht Avilh broken oil line llolli Haldeinnn nnd I Okcy Rulh The world was anxiously awailing word of her after more than 40 hours in the air andwas beginningto despair of her safety when just as hope was fast slipping a radio message from her was receiv ed at the Paris office of the Associated Press today The position the lanAinn liful been made was not given nor was tha hour of the rescue apt John Adams Publisher of Baltimore Sun Dies From tho snips and her route It Is believed that Elders plane the American Girl probably wns picked up between lino nnd miles west ot France prob ably a few hundred miles north of the Azores Was In Air M Hours It Is presumed here that the piano was In the rilr 30 hours or more nurt kept to a fairly direct eastward line getting Into trouble soon after turn ing northeast towards the coast nt France Miss 1lldcrs message arrived at p French time and at oclock tonight no word ha 1 come from her For more than ni hour no oije in Paris outside of office of the Associated Press knjw of hor position but the message shn sent to tho Associated Press thru the air apparently had been picked up and garbled for a group of wild ports aoon were about Paris Oh thank you no much I knew they would bo ail Mrs Hnldoman and tho backers ot tho flight IT E Cornell and T H VfcCardle nil expressed great relief iiul joy that tho flyers were safe Tho oil line breaking In tho sort oC had hick that might happen In any iight I Mr Cornell OC course they will bedisappointed that they didnt ninko It and HO aro we but are glad that they aro Mrs Halrtemnn hnd hocn cheerful ind confident thruout the long tense Indianapolis Mayor Con tinues to Hold His Office Oct Altho formally sentenced lo rlnys In jail and disbarred from public office for tour yenrs from Xov 2 1025 for violation of the corrupt practices act Mayor John still held his office today insisting hoj would continue to do sn until the I state supremo court has ruled on his appeal from conviction Special Judge Cnsiua C Shirley overruled a motion for a ncvjtrial wns at liberty on a bond He was convicted by a jury on Sept 2D ot having promised William II local politician tho priv ilege of naming throe city officials for and Aimilages support Mi tho La Bourget where she had been xlously awaited since dawn Ship Was Miles Out NEW YORK Oct steamship Barendrecht la a Butch tanker owned by tho P H Van Onl meren company ot Rotterdam accord ing n local steamship companies Tho Krulio Corporation ot America intd the vessel was hound from Valen ii Spain to KoUerdmi nnd appar ontly has since left the latter port for Hnytown Texsis Her position was given ns approxi mately miles at Iho present time Turns Gloom o Toy PARIS Oct of thn safety of Miss Ruth Elder darini woman air pilot and her companion tvlator Capt Georgo came to turn gloom to joy when growing anxiety wns causing a conviction that tho American Girl had gone to Join tho other missing transoceanic planes which curried their brave occupants to unmarked graves In the Atlantic When the word crime that the craft njrule i successful landingat RCJ Its maximum time limit In the air waa TURN TO PAGI5 22 mayoralty Fornn sentencing or tho mayor yesterday was In brlncr i rlimax to iho demands by vrniniiH ivio nnd business orqriMivci tions ibat Mnyor Oct 1Vrtilr Mini Injnrril liiiii Ilislui fur fiflffii ITiKTl dt 1 theHaltimnrv Kun died Midj njs iruiy t lirnri iraiihfn hfrs car POOR PA By Claude Callan Holly loxviilmvii for n week iii Ihci nohmly lull ultiinii in Ihfi nlljrf so she rdl   

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