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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 19, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER Generally fair tonight and Thurs day slightly warmer tonight in cast portion AND MASON CITY NORTH IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition EtlHed for IBe VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE MASONdTY IOWA WEDNESDAY OCT 19 1927 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NBWsluPPLBilENTAt SERVICE Americas Average Man Is in New Republican Group Is in Doubt as to Stand of Lowden WASU1XGTOX Oct JvM newly formed group nonorganiza fhrlffi ton senators from the west fcyuDu is standing by Senator Norris of Xe pllldi bfaska as Us presidential nominee and while ready to listen to the cause t of Frank O Lowden Illinois wants i more information from him as to his Un1 views on western problems j Senator Kye of North Dakota one of the five senators now belonging to the Xorris cluster made this clear in sPeec1 here last night before the chamber of commerce in 11 lie asked Mr Lowden to clarify j115 Position regarding the interests of J the west The North Dakota senator said he jllS Mid not wish to embarrass tlje candi cjdacy of Mr Lowden or to eliminate him from its considerations but he thot it possible that Lowden miglil pf soon see fit to clarify his i While the governor of Illinois lias ad tvoeated the MeXaryHaugen bill Sen ator Nye declared that mere enact Hient of this measure is not going to 1 save agriculture Tl West Should Biwilc Movement With these thots in he added I would assume that you could S I understand why there are many of us 111 Uwho would insist upon tho candidacy i J for the presidency one like Senator jjf1 anil why we feel that the west tla ought to encourage in whatever way can such a Meanwhile this insurgent group Which includes Senator Borah of Ift C t r lijldaho Brookhart of g und Jrazier tf1 ls bu tfworklnp out is f m iilzation lee proTTSion which met thr disapproval of President Coolidge and LVvot Senator Borah as well f adt However the ranks oE the newly jli organized bloc arc not increasing El r IHcnator McJtaster oC South Dakota niaihas been here but altho not opposet II tl0 tner vlews nas not been in center I group yet Others from Ulfthe west are looking on warily Such jj ty administration stalwarts as Senator li I Kmoot of Utah yre giving tlie faction yno consideration Selection of a presidential candidate rpjhas appeared to be a stumbling block some of those who might join the flOO movement There is a feelingamong tnat Senator his own III Vvovcls llaslittlechance of getting tLleiJtbe Gin Issue Is Men faejl Senator McMnster says he wnnhl be to campaign for either Senator auMNorris or Senator Borah but without candidate ho says the peo neilVle allt to vote f01 d mrln wno V Mieliave can obtain the nomination Jli jCiyartds that the issue is not men but a relief Some members of the group declare privately their hope that C Senator Proprietor of OneMan Clothing Store Chosen for Unusual Honor by Magazine Writer After National Search Worth Paving to Be Done at Lowest Cost Ever Paid in Iowa Oct con struction contracts totalling for piivlnif graveling and bridge and culvert construction ill 22 Iowi counties wert awarded yester day and today by the state highway commission in the largest contract let ting of its history Contracts for paving miles at if cost of in Monroe Worlh Henry Jones Lucas Cedar Ularke and Fayeltc counties prisml the bull of those awarded The largest contract went to A F Johnson Construction company of Minneirpolis for paving miles oC primary No It in Fayette county from Vyest Union south to the Bu chanan county lino for The price a square yard was approximately a mile Million Dollar Joli The Harrison Knginecring company of Kansas City will pave miles I of U S No lil in Tones county be tween the Linn and Dubiuiue county lines for a yard or a total of approximately H mile The contract involves a large amount of grading and some i rock excavation and installation oC YORK Oct proprietor of a oneman clothingstore in Fort Madison has been chosen Americas average man by Wil liam S Dutton writing in theAm erican magazine Xoilheia leader nor laggard in the affairs of his town Roy L Gray the average nominee has an average education lives in an averagehome on an average street drives an aver ige car and is the head of a family of our which is the average used by the census bureau lie is a church member who does not attend services regularly His les n radio music run from cur rent jazz lo light classical composi tions and he believes tlie movies to 30 not as bad as they are refuted to be Tlie younger generation does alarm liim He has an average In terest in matters which do not direct y affect his home or his business XimCommitfal on Trohibitiim A parly man in national politics lie is independent on local issues His attiludo on prohibition is noicom mittal because lie believes neither wets nor drys are giving him uccurato in formation on the issue He is a mem ber of the chamber of commerce the llotnry club the Elks and the Odd Fellows Most of he says I am in terested in my home And next conies by business because my home depends upon lie likes to read the current maguincs better than anything else or of tlie governor of Iowa ho rend from beginning to end Kmls Nulionwiilu Search The choice of itr Gray to wear the title bestowed upun him ended a na tionwide search in which Mr Dutton I used a map a weather ibnit ami the I census report dividing the number i oC cities and towns in the country into its population to find that Fort Madison was the average town in pop ulation location and cllmale Once Fort Madison was selected its citizens were asked to choose from amongthemselves tlie man who best represented the average The city found that is a iiltlo bit oC all of us in Royal Knjoys TJfc Widi Ftuuily FORT MADISON Oet Americas average happy with his family and his small business would rather have his children fol low in his footsteps than rise to posi tions of wealth and power Ho Roy j Ciray of Fort Madison who has been selected as the average American is content to enjoy the Imp pinnoss of a normal existence rather than attempt lo conauev life achieve The future of his children is undo Arms Sent to Strike Area Is Denied Oct Striking Colorado coal miners affili ated witli the Industrial Workers of the World today faced an ultimatum from state and county authorities that ail pickets would be arrested because yesterdays strike call was illcsnl Altho opproximatcly miners responded to the I W W strike or der only part of the stales coal fields were seriously affected thus far Vnilod mine workers altho in the minority in most fields continued U cided but Mr Ciray wants them to be denouneo the movement and a Icinpted to carry on their usual riu tiOK Cliiini JOO Per Ccnl T Ur leaders declared liw walkout virtually 100 percent effective and i in tho boulder district north here bul this was disputed by mine offi Hevcral mines in tho youthen Prefers Ifis Average Town Perhaps they will go to college lie as no objection to higher education but says that whether they win go is a question for lime lo sattle Announcement nf liis selection as the average man was received in oil part oC the state wore reported oper ating with about half oC the regular Torres of 17 pickets in the Trinidad Another Trip to Europe Is in Prospect New Plane Factories Hop to Top of World on List of Years Events NEW YORK Oct ation today advanced a New Years program calculated to surpass tho un precedented achievements oC the sea son now drawing1 Co a close Jhiit program includes A transAtlantic flight by Clarence D Chamberlin in a hugeBellanca plane capable oC transporting 0 per sons Building new factories by Charles A Jevine and Anthony If O Fokker Manufacture by Levinc oC planer ranging from a priced to 1 multimotored typo ocean travel fVn air expedition into the Arctic under command oC General Nobil member of the crew oc the Norgc Iromofo Acromruticiil Research Promotion of new aeronautical n search by a fund created by Harry C Guggenheim These projects collided with other already outlined for IMS were xisei as the basis for predictions that tin new season would bring into eclipse a year that has seen the shatteringo almost every aviation record Xcvino ho would soon star district liy sheriff 1 Marty marked the first actjoiiof to prevent the spread oC the move ment The pickets wore held without artjescalo production oC planes of 1 TlKX TO PACK charge Hut officers said they would but he roads the advertisements first of which ended so disastrously for square yard or a total Plane in tlie ocean I approximately a mile miles of U K 35 in Henry from Ml Pleasant to tho DCS lies county line for a square I totalling approxi j matoly a mile 8Milc Stretch in Contracts call for paving miles in Jlonr5e Lucas t C1 noui O I Q 1 COO sloi Ct J X JL Cl 1 O CO I m i JClat counties at a cost W Cll uf prudins oC six miles Jin 7ioune nnd Chiclcasaxv coimties to ill Xorris will not make the sees no chance oC success that Horali will go forward In their cause ri presidential candidate This however is predicted upon of a farm relief bill whicl igrces with the views ot the Jrtalioan President Accepts Monument L r i AJJ m Addiess at Washington graveling miles Tedar Oierokee Ida Lama countieK constructingIpii cost in SI and and citiverts to Lce Des Moines Co dar Kcott MtiKcatiup Gulhrie Har rison njid counties A slrotch of V f highway OS in Worth county from south Kensell to Xnrth wood miles tiie lowest for bt at rJ H Mans Relative Dies in Algona Hospital 1 SJrUXiAKOTA Oct Simmons j soninlaw R H Eatton died jKli Tuesday mornins at the hospital at VignAlgona after several niontha illness ilBmlal will be made at this place in cemetery on Thursday lie OSUenves his wife and several small chil AUNT HET Jy Robcrl Im glad Pa when lie mccls slrnngcrs at a party I scwccl thai rip in liis pants jusl Icmporary Mrf T scared it would Oct the monument in memory of Sen Gcorgo Gordon from the state otPonnsylvania on lichalf of the government today Piwidtm Coo lauded the victmf ot Gettysburg j jy tlle us a responsible and com successful bid of the Mci one who inspired company of KpiinAfield fidcnrc and coulil he triiKteil averaging a mile ami Tlie monument is in the tmlanicnl I aggicgalinr gardens near tiie Tool ot the The conflict In which lie took sucii j an impcjrtant tiie president said has tong since auay The peace which he loved lias come The reconciliation which he sought is com plete The loyalty to the flag lie Iol lowed is universal Thru his own immortal all or Keiounts CJeiHrals Mrs Grayson Forced to Wait Another Day OLD ORCrIAnD Maine Oct postponement for to day and probable similar outlook for The life of the famous Civil war general was recounted in detail hy Air Coolidge who found in Meade a man of sufficient character to rely on his own judgment and sufficient confidence lo do what hi thot was This Iactor of JleatJcs character the president said was demonstrated strongly when after the winning ol thf Uittle of Gettysburg lie declined lo send his men in pursuit of lie1 IJUSD lie ticlJevcil Ills army ixed altho the hesl military opinion of Ihe moment was that lie erred in rei niainmg behind it is remenilereil that before 1 this icrrific engiigemeiil Mcndc had j been in command of Ilic army three Mr Coolirlge declared speakin of the Gettyshiirs battle Ills victory licnomes Ihc more powerful The more we study me history ofj the war in which he fought the more i General Meade stands out as a responi tomorrow was announced today by Mrs Frances Milson Grayson and her tivo companions who hopfi to fly tc Copenhagen in their big amphibian monoplane Dawn Weather conditions today precluded any possibility of a takeoft and tlie forecast or tomorrow was equally in auspicious Tho cold misty drizzle that prevailed a large part of yesterday was suc ceeded tudav hy a raw fog thai siblo and reliable commander Others may have had more dash tho none surpassed him in courage Miiilc Xo Hopeless Charges He did not engage himself in lead ing hopeless charges Me was rather a general who kept himself siifficienlly informed as to tlie movements of hip enemy and made such preparations and wise disposition of his own troops that hopeless charges were not neces sary U cannot be thiit he a ways won hut he experienced very litlh d flis jiciMttialicy was iuiimlid V in Rogers SALT LAKK UITV Ort I i you arc talking iholU lO grcssing dont ovcilooli this company the NVestern Air ex press One year and a halt ago they started with only 0 pounds of mail today in here packed around me is 5oO pounds We are coming into Salt been six hours from Angeles They have flown milea with only four forced andinjrs nnd no one hurt liriKham Young might have seen more women than I have but I have seen more of Utah today than he ever saw said this country was all settled up Tonight we will MCO how it feels ti fly tl night Yours Six Passengers Unhurt as Stinsons Ship Lands in Hayf ield Oct down in a storm Eddie Ktin sons bigyellow cabined monoplane rested easily in a tiny field today It made a perfect landing last nightaltho a raw northeaster for hours led to grave apprehension that the plane and ils six passengers might serious mishap Btinson witli his vene K Itarnelcow have met wife Baron lia German aviator 7liitip T Fred Koehler two of his factory me chanics They were driven to Framingham where they took a train to Boston Ktijison Detroit mamifaeturer was on the last lap of an mile tour undertaken to promote interest in air ports lie made his landing about in the evening but the apparent failure of any of tlie parly to notify friends or airdrome authorities in Eos ton caused an extensive search to be started and resultedin many anxious moments until tlie big ship was finally located Judge Included Other Mines in Protecting Order From Union Men Oct HI Federal court protection against mem bers of tho United Mine Workers in terfering witli efforts to operate on i nonunion basis granted to five additional coal mining companies orating hi Jefferson and Holmont counties Ohio by district Judge lien son W Huugh today liidgo Jlough extended an lion hitherto issued to foilcoal min ing companies operating id counties to inclndo ho flcr aiirlilionn companies operating minutes Tlie companies granted federal lection today wore the Central Coal company Ihe Youthioglieny am Ohio Coal company the Wheeling and Krte nnd Mining com pany and the Unilefl States Coal ing company all of Cleveland and the southern district for distribution to strikers were denied by T W representatives and scouted by auth orities Thestrikers insisted the movement would he carried out peace fully Ciial Trains Canceled A check ill the Walsenlmrtf district in southern where the waliamt was considered tho most ef fective showed 81 miners or the normal 1oree of were idle In llio iria regarded as an I W W stroiiKliold one mine eloseii liLLk of nrderw two were operating with full forces and two percent The sharp decline production caused th In Denver Kit CIrando Western railroad to cancel three coal rains that serve that daily irst Assistant Secretary r of Interior Relates Lease Procedure Oct hetaking ol testimony was begun oday in the criminal conspiracy trial f Harry F Sinclair and Albert B all with a promiso by counsel tor littclau tiiat there would uo no enco to show tho wealthy oil lor had any connection with the Con inenlal Trading company of Canada thru whom Fall is accused ut irtvliigreceived a large batch of rty bonds after the leasing of eapot Dome naval oil reserve to lair Moreover tho two women nud ID nen tho case were told that Sinclair never hail a bond ompany hail and that he Kissed i bond the company possessed is tho government contends in tha ndictmcnt charging conspiracy In the case ot the reserve Tt will be made clear Sinclair never tad anything to do with a bond oE tiio lescriplion given Viy tiie ieclared Martin Littleton Vork lhat ho never passed a rond to Fall or any one in behalf oC arc going to ask yoti to gn ong us paiienlly to tho enif and then we are goingto ask you to return n verdict of not Littleton told the jurors Ir Cflfainj address Stand liim to to look Yanks in Nicaragua Engag in Fierce Fight With Outlaw Gang MANAGUA Oct After severe fighting With a force of HOO outlaws who suddenly closed in on them a patrol oC JO American marines ami constabulary escaped from irreg ulars operating in Ibe Nuevo Scrgovio department Wixlyseven irregulars were killed wounded and four members of tho constabulary wore killed In tho battle Tho fighting occurred when the Inect to penetrate bandit in search of two marine corps second Ivieut K A Thomas nnd Krank K Dowdell who were last seen running from their wrorkrd plann near Qnllnli On small patrol led by Private Jacob Treen passmp thru the brush en sased in a fierce fight witli tho ban dits killinK four of them Tho patrol finally managed lo cut its way out but lost horses innles rations blankets and a compass in ho encoun ter The report of the fighting sent hero hy tho commanders of the patrol J T OShea commanding Gamhria Colleries company of Toledo CLARION Oct C Platt lit gin Grove banker former president Some persons have their morning of the defunct Citizens State bank and evening exercises Others there was found not guilty of the j n 11 lit lining Jl C Plaff Faolff firnvp Tu Detachment at licaro and Lieut J B AI i i Z M i two instances which Absolved ot built by Clarion Jury Remodeled Albert Lea Theater Is Reopened milk Monies Triliune Proposal to Throw Over Sys tem Is Beaten by Two to One PORTLAND Oct Maine has chosen to retain the direct prima iy fiy a vote ot nearly lo one ti slate Jn a special election yestcrdav rejected a referendum seeking a rr turn to ihe cnuciis anil ronventiar system oC nominating for public office Althn an active campaign had been tnrriedon for weeks to bring about i repeal of the primary law elec tion biot only approximately voters The normal of tho stato is n the neighborhood of Newspapers received few calls inquir ing to Ibe rcHiilt rit Ihc pollinjr The cities regarded as the main slay of the repeal forces for Ihc part voted lo retain the primary Wisconsin Woman i Orcluirrl Ocl I j Ierrin of Coiuiirln s of lier hrotherinhi w nnd Hick Tenins TEACH CHILDREN ETIQUETTE RULES Good manners are an manners a lifelong handicap Tills is one reason why children should have the advantage oC early train ing in the practice of the little that rub oft many of the sharp edftos of daily Tho easiest and best way to teach the children manners is to seta Rood example yourself Maybe you had better brush up on a few points Tho etiriuotto booklet which our Bureau IM JUKI what you need for this purpose Send in your name and address six cents in stamps and a copy will bfi forwarded promptly charpe oC the state making hanking a false report to department by n Frederic J Ilnskin Dircclor The Cily Information Rurfiiii WashiriRlon n C I enclose herewith SIX CENTS in stamps or coin for a copy of Din tmohJct NKRS 5 Slrnct j j jury in district court hero last night The case which has been in pro gress of trinl here for several days was si vcn to the jury at 1 oclock Tuesday alternonn and the verdict was returned at 1 last night Two other indictments nre pending the former KnRlc Grove bank er It could not ho learned this morn tni whether prosecution would b pushed on these ALBERT Oct The new Broadway theater that has been undergoing repairs and remodel ing all summer opened yesterday after noon Another performance was given in 1ho evening Thrs new tlientcr cost nearly to remodel The Tapnprcr Construrrtjon company did the work after the1 reserves and he suggested Dr Mendenhall of the geo logical survey who was Fall told llio ho was sorry he had designed Menelenhall but gave no reason Finnoy iclentiriot a chart up tlio in tha departhieut lrill rind his ns slsLants under oil la nils were placed under Finney Who did on naval oil lease for tho department up to the time tlie cliart was asked the exception of all ccpt this oneand naval oil No 1 in California Klk I passed on liic Finiiey replied Did this lease ever come to you Allornpy Kxplaius Visit Oct API Harry F Sinclair iirst aiproaclicil Albert 11 Fall regardingtho lease of the Teapot IJomu naval oil reacrvo durinir his colebratecl visit lo tlic tlien Interior scnrotarya New Mexico ranch in 1921 Martin W LiL lleton counsel for tho wealthy oil op rratnr declared before tiic jury hearing tho Criminal conauirticy case o Uvo men s his opening statement lo the jury of two women ami ten men which was hegun ycslcrriay Mr Littleton said that during the latter part of that visit Sinclair asked Fall if he intended to lease naval No 3 Teapot Fall replied thnt ho was an investigation made and that so far as he was concerned ho would no determination about a lease until tho investigation was attorney asserted Sinclair went to see Fall about Indian land leases In Oaklahoma continued tho purpose ot tho visit was not to take up tho lease of Tea pot Tomo that Sinclair filially ob tained lo tho charge that the two men conspired tofielhcr against HR government and that Fall had Local Weather TO PA Northwood Man Is Unhurt as Auto Is Wrecked Near Cresco CKKHCO Oct N liau sen Xorlhwooil representative from Jibe fonrlh Iowa district In congress escaped injury near hero about ID oclock this morning when Ihe auto mobile in which ho was riilinc turned jovcr in a tiitch ind was destroyed hy f iir Mr WIH driving o tfi an ciiKnKOinont Tho wreck wan ciuiscd a blowout tho nn n a siui fmthe lire is known hrre fjitim to fnwn liirrcl aiLnlher a irUniriliiic anil tiHi tinned cm his to Wniikun weather fipnrcs for 21 iiour period ending it 7 a m tochc1 iraximuni il Minimum tl At 7 a m 30 If one ciiiid sub mergf Ihe tiiot j t just arounrj the corner lies winter with ils and coal j lulls it won Id nt j lio ilinicnlt to ard atit umn such as Iowa ttieso hoicest time of I ho year I lid full duly IJnlKUt llin wa on V M llic j wilii POOR PA Rv Mil mad rit iliiiurr I pfil up mrl uiik of IHOJII silo Inld lei frivn llic cniii   

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