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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 22, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                1 IOWA WEATHER Fair tonight and Sunday slightly cooler Sunday and In northwest por tion tonight AND MASON CITY VOii XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY OCT 22 1927 WIND AGAI NORTH IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition Edited for the Home18 PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE 12 CARDINAL ODONNELL DIES ATCARUNGFORD i AgedjPrince of Catholic Church Had Been III Several Weeks DUBLIN Ireland Oct Cardinal ODonnell primal oC Ireland died shortly beloro nocu today at Carlingford where ho ha1 been ill several weeks suffering Iron double pneumonia Bonfires blazed on the hills of Uor egal on the night of Dec 14 They marked tho elevation on that day to tho cardinnlate of Patrick ODonnell Archbishop Armagh who from a Donegal cottage had arisen to the rank of Prince of the church He succeeded Cardinal LOKUB who died in 1324 The history of his family was for the history of Donegal From the thirtonth to the seventeenth cen turies ruled In Done gal and no other princely nous produced as many able men Cardinal OEonnell was born in Kilralne Glen ties county Donegal in 1S5G Once Youngest Bishop For some years he was tho youngcbt Wallop in the church having been ap pointed Bishop of Raphoe by Pope Leo XIII when JIB was 32 He hud previously been a professor of theei ogy in Patricks college May no qtii Baphoe covers the county of Done gal and the young bishop had a dio cese liable to poverty and largely He was himself a fluent speaker of Irish and won the of his people by hla devotion to Cardinal ODonncll aged priihateof rolaud sucftmibed at his home at Carjingford after an illness ot ninny weeks all a reservei for which only a bishop couldgive solution That might mean a Journey ot 40 miles to Letterkenny and there was a dlsagreeabl interview in pros pect for the penitenfnioonshiner Con sequently within five years poteen disappeared from the Supported Home Rule Cardinal OJDonncIl was an ardent supporter of the home rule movement and the trusted adviser ot the Irlsiv parliamentary lealders from Parntll to Hedmond Conciliatory in method with economic and financial knowledge he was an Important force In Irish poiv tlca his prominence In the homo rul4 movement being marked by his selec tion as chairman of national con vention In 1897 AIRPLANE WILL DROPjAMPLES Northwestern Distributing Company to Visit Three TV wns Saturday H VJ Hockenbcrry and George lowers or tho Northwestern Distrib uting company are leaving at 4 Saturday afternoon for an air plane tour of Mills Forcet City end Leland for tho purpose of dis tributing samples of feed Tho feed men will BO ns tha pas sengers of Sam Oclsel of the Mason Airways the plane being piloted by Sam Gels el v Samples of feed will bo dropped by parachutes In each of the three towns to ho visited Theae samples will con jain gifts in the form of coupons each of which entitles the finder to a sack of feed free One Dead Several Hurt in Hunti CARDINAL DEAD President Is on Alert for FarmAld Bill Gooliclge Hopes for Measure His Administration Can Approve WASHINGTON Oct With the problem of agricultural re lief already causing dissenalonamonE tha recently organized bloc of hide gndent republican senates frpju the vijat President Cbolidge while not ready to discuss ajiev farm relief bill Is studying tho situation carefully and is hopeful that a measure the ad ministration can approve may bo en acted at the coining sessioii cf con ARE HELD MINNESOTA LEADS 190 H jflb AFTER HOLDUP SATURDAY Two Women Two Men One an ExConvict Taken by Police Efficient work on tho part of the Mason City pulico department resulted in the arrest of an exconvict from the Fort Leavenworth penitentiary ono other man and two ilason young womenwho are implicated in an attack and holdup on the City Limits road early Saturday morning George Farniakls of the cosmopoli tan Billiard parlor and Vic Ltndstrom wero victims of tho attack TJhoso who are being held in jail pending hearings on charges growing out of the holdup are James who told police that ho was released from the federal penitentiary April 20 1924 Ed Bates who has been em ployed at a local jraruffo for a short time Mrs Gladys Tevis and Mrs Mary Manning residents of JIason City Head Badly lialtered head was badly bat tered and he had otherinjuries when he appeared in police court Saturday morning Farmakis received slight In juries on the head and on one hand A heavy soldering iron which was found near Lindstroms car is be lieved to have played an important part In the attack which preceded the robbery Practically every glass in Tvindstroms car was broken out Frnmuup Is Bfipprteil Mason City H West Waterloo owa Minnesota Michigan Ohio Army The president went over the subject this week with Senator Borah of Ida ho a member of the western group who said later that he felt certain Mr Coolldge would leave tho problem to congress father than embody his ideas in an administration bill The rock on which tho westerners iiavo split is the equalization lee pro posed in tho McNaryHaugcn bill which caused much heated contro versy in congress last winter and later the veto oC President Coolidse Senator Norris of Nebraska whom the group has proposed for the presi dency is In favor of the feo and in this ho has the support two other members Xye and Frazier of North Dakota however is determin edly opposed Brookhart of Iowa is willing to go either way and has sug ested a compromise the equalization fee by direct as a means ot providing funds for the marketing of surplus crop A meeting of bloc called for yesterday had to be postponed until today because some members were un able to attend Meanwhile Mr Coplidgcs desire for passasti of a soundfarm mado known at the white house where It was saitl that the president fcelB that his views on farm relief in one of the assailants the women and Crandail and Bates framed on the two men The wom en were to get the men out and their coplotters were to come along and pull the robbery It was believed according to the reports that Farma kls would have a large sum of money on his person Bates it is said wont to the Palmer garage and took a Ford coupe He picked up Crandall and tho two fol lowed Lindstroms car The intended victims showed fight and the beat In up followed Crandall told police that he used nothing but his fists Had Divided Spoils The robbers iupash two diamond rings a watch tain pen and a pencil The watch was stained with blood when it was re covered Crandall and Bates had divided the spoils before they were captured by police and each had about half of the iu cash a toun loot Ills possession Both of the men gave up what they had when confronted by police and admitted that they participated In the robbery it was said Mrs Tovls Mrs Maiming Crandall and Bates were lodged in jail Their caseswere continued until Monday morning when they were called in police court Saturday BO mm a mm BUI Ancient Flivver Wins Derby Race in Record Time GRINNELL Oct an cient flivver with strains of racing tho Drake university cross country derby today by coveting the 50mile course iu 53 minutes better than sixty miles an Victory came in a thrilling finish for tho winner piloted by Roscoo Van Dyke was less than a mjnuto ahead of three competitors won only after R C Herschman who navi puled in 48 minutes becaftse of an especially constructed engine general and tho McNaryHaugen in particular have been clearly forth in his various messages bill set Hillseth Visits Blue Earth BLUE EARTH Oct Ramlen Hillseth who has been around thoworld several timey is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Ole Hfllseth He Is an employe of the United Stales Slipping board AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Sallic neednt put on airs before me if siie is rich I knmvcd Iicr wlicn her couldnt get along without a fine toolh Will Rogers VEGAS Out the greatest kick flying ycsterdiiy t ever had All tbe way across Wyoming we chased wolves and antelopes home for Left Tuesday morning spent one night and halt dfly in York City and back In Beverly yesterday afternoon being away only three nights If you left LOH Ange les on the train the same time T did you wouldnt even arrive there till Saturday morning and boy what pilots those airmail babies are Undbcrgh came from a great Yours IIOOERS P Las Vegas you will hear a lot about when Boulder dam ifi built VVe just flew arouml It Tt certainly HliouW lie built Ttio man that never saw It by air never it LEADING MINEjlCKETS Men Remain in Autos as Feminine Workers Go on Offensive Oct A women leadingn group of male T VT strike huried sionca and other missiles m guards ot the Ideal mine the Colo rado Fuel and Iron company near hero today Tlio women tamuod the guards to start something as they tlielr volleys The men pickets remained in auto ruotjlPSWhlIa the women took the of fensive Ten of the women and thirty men were arrested suid brot here Carroll Weeps on Meeting Old Friends YORK Oct Earl Carroll theatrical producer arriving in Pennsylvania station from Atlanta a few minutes before noon toduy broke into tears when be stepped off the Train and found a large gathering of friends waiting to welcome him AVERAGE MAN GREETSMAYOR Fort Madison Man Discrim inates Between Hand CHICAGO Oct it from Americas average exem plified by Hoy L Gray Port Madi son Lee county Iowa the handclasp of Mayor Thompson of Chicago isnt much like the kind Roosevelt had Your mayor shook hands with Gray said writing his impressions of Chicago for the Herald and Examiner whose guest he is whilehere and I noticed ho hasnt the firm grip Roose velt had Roosevelt pumpbandlcd you Your mayor grasps your hand wiggles it lightly then drops it Ho said he was glad to meet me I said I was glad to meet him I said I had heard considerable about him He said he glad o hear that He was smoking a cigar but It didnt look like an average nickle cigar It was too I Hours Lain to Tied The Herald and Examiner Invited Gray to Chicago after bo had been picked in a national survey as Amer icas average The newspaper has been showing him the sights and Gray has been reciprocating with his impressions Gray stayed up threo hours over bedtlmo last night on account of the theater In Tort Madison most everybodys in bed by 10 oclock and the street lights are out But tho loop was bright as over when we turned in at Gray was taken witli the upsand downs of Inevitable elevator rides to get places and meet people It seems to me you arc always ridi ing either up or down in Chicago In Fort Madison we only ride liorlzon tnlly I never sure whether ako off or leave it on In some tliey do and In some they Had S30 Tho 1ort Madison clothing store man wore a 30 blue serge bandme Its 1 two pants he explained and I expect to get a years wear out of y Mr was to put iu another day here but it was rather plain to those with him that be Is far Jfrom con vinced that Chicago is much ahead of Vort Madihon in the important things after all Rank Condition ShoTVu XtnV YOUK Oct actual condition of clearing hiiuae bmkn and trust for the week shows a deficit In vnsurvn of This is a decrease in re serve of compiled with the week before when excess rrsftrvi of AVUH reported t OTHER GAMES FIHST IERIOD Wisconsin 0 Iurduo 0 SECOND PERIOD Ohicago 7 0 Princeton 14 Corjielt 10 Dartmoutii 10 Harvard 0 YALE LEADS ARMY YALE JBOWL NEW HAVEN uUiUS offensive early in Its game with Army withCaldwell bearing the brunt of scored a touchdown when Caldweli passed to Quarrler who was practically unmolested until he was on the goal lino and then the Army hit him too late Caldtvell kicked EOal Tho fighting Yale Bulldog stopped tho subseauent Army advance after Captain Wilson had made a Ilrsl down on his own 10 yard lino Period ended with Yale 7 Army 0 Winterset Publisher Buys Allison Tribune Oct L Rowcu publisher of Winterset has purchased Tho Allison Tribune from A J Kirk Patrick and will assume ownership of Iho business on Mr Kovven with his wife will move here within the next few days The new owner has been eniajcd In tlio newspaper business all hlii life having published papers at IGioxville Earlham frew Market and other points in tho southern part of the state nnd also has been emplojed on Dos Moines newspapers Plans of Mr Klrkpatrlck after ho winds up his affairs are as yet in complete but it is probable that he will engage In tho newspaper liusin elsewhere WEEKLY WEATHER For llio upper nnd lowfr M i nbovo normal most of noelf bJt i prohnhly enlfler toward close niosty Lfair foro part of proUnhly I shower porioJ IfiLtcr pavi THE GLOBEGAZETTE OFFERS A BOOKLET ON MODERN MANNERS No noc make a false impression Tho wortd IK a harsh Judgo and IB perfectly willing to condemn us by outward appearances In the street at tho theater in the res taurant every day people arc Judging what wo do and say They go carrying an Impres sion of It depends upon our manners whether it is a good iuipresslon or a bad impression That is why it Is Important to five attention to the little cour teous observances and socinl for malities that bespeak tho true lady and gentleman nnd nrnko the world a better place to live in The booklet offereii by our Washington bureau tells In a simple direct way how to meet the every day problems of social con duct Kncloso six cents in stamps for your copy Frederic J llaskln Director Tlio Mnson City GlobeGazette Information liumui WdHblitKtan C Icnrlosc herewith CENTS In stamps or coin for a copy of the booklet on MODERN MANN KItS Xnme Streel City IN FIRST HALF Forward Pass Attack Is Means of Early Lead in Scoring BULLETIN MEMORIAL STADIUM Min neapolis Octi scored another touchdown in he second period making the score Minnesota 19 Iowa 0 MEMORIAL S T A D I U M MINNEAPOLIS Ocl University oi Minnesota eleven was leading Iho Iowa gridders here in the First pe riod this afternoon 13 to 0 Joesling went thru his fight iuard for Minnesotas first ounter Almqiiists try for goal was partly The second touchdown came a few mihutes later when loaded Hovde who raced 35 yards thru iowa ucklcrs across the line AlrnquisL flien drop kicked for the poiul making the score Minnesota 13 Iowa 0 FIRST PERIOD Captain won tho toss and choose to kick off Joestint Uicked to Iowa on its own 20 yard line and It was returned to Iowas 25 yard line by Glassgow ilaeder was hurl and Minnesota took time out Iowa was defending the west It was first down on her own 25 yard line Macder resumed play On the first play from scrimmage Arrnll went around right end for Ive yards but an Iowa pen alty 15 yards for holding put the ball on tho 10 yard line Cuhel made two yards off right tackle and Cube punted lo Ahiinuist on Iowas 38 yard line nnd ho returned Itto lawiiH 33 yard line where it was first down for Minnesota Almriulstfailed to gain thru left tackle and Tocstintf went thru right tachlo for 5 yards AhnquiHt went off bis left tacklefor 4 yards Iowa was penalized 5 ynrilH it vns first down for off sido and Minnesota on Iowas 23 yard line Ahmiulsl made two off right tackle Jlovde on a wide end run picked up four yards but Minnesota was penalized 15 yards for holding and it was second down for Minnesota on Iowas 3G yard line tossed a forward pass to Tanner who was downed on Iowas ChapinYouth Succumbs to Shot Wounds L e e E s s 1 i n g e r Receives Charge in Knee Near HAMPTON Oct first fatality In this vicinity duo to the pheasant hunting season occurred this morningwhen Leo Esslinger 27 hapin died in a local hospital a result of injuries received yesterday aCternoon when a gun was accidental ly discharged near Sheffield Mr EsFilinger was shot In the knee y a gun in the hands cilCford De Moss was attempting lo put tho gun together near that about 4 oclock Friday after noon Tio two men willi Mrs Do Moss at ho wheel were driving east of Shef iekl when they tlio side of the road Mrs Do AIoss stopped HID car and icr husband hurriedly attempted to ut tlio piece together getting out of ho machine at the same time Mr Ksslingor was right behind him and letorc Do MOHS reached the ground the gun was dischargctl Kssllnger WIK taken to Hampton but died In the hospital Microat 5 oclock tills morning He survived by his parents Mr and Mrs Edwin ISsislinger a sister Mrs Frank Birdwell all oC Ciiapin Boys Hurl at Thompson THOMPSON Oct uuntera in this vicinity prowling over tho farm oi Frank lUlby so frightened a teaun of horses in a field that they ran away the 1i shghtly by stray AlROiia Hunters I7ijareil ALGONA Oct Bochcs Alpona shot in tho Iefs and liaymurid Kaed of Whlttemoro shot in tho iout with shotguns here as the jihoasnnL open yesterday Bockes was riddled with shot from the waist down to bis boots but the shot only penetrated a short distance and tho wound is not considered dan gerous Heed was fixing his yun when It went ofi and part the chrtrge look ffect in his foot Harris Hunter Ilnrf WIUTTEMGHE Oct E Mansmith Harris was shot by a yun hands QL Richard after a hunting party had left an automo bile here yesterday A party of 12 men had cornc from Arnolds park and the men were Just beginning the walk to tlie fields when ManKinith who was behind Hope received the charge of tho gun In his legs He was brot to a hospitnl in inofe and is expected to recover Merle SnuLh 5L7 KotttU W venue Ijrot to 1tirk Saturday morning following a hunting accident He was shnl tho foot 23 yard line Joestlng hit his tackle for eight yards putting tlic ball on Iowas 15 yard line and Iowa took titno out It was fourth down with nbout yard to go JocstlngIiit liis right tackle for first doyn on Iowas If yard line Hovde lost 3 yards when tho Iowa Hno brolo thru on an at tempted left cud run Hovdo wen around Towns loft end for an 11 yard run to Iowas 2 yard line Joesting went thru his right guard for Minnesotas first touchdown mak ing n 2 plunge and the score was Minnesota 6 loira 0 Almcjulsts drop kick try for a goal i was partly blocked and it went wide Iowa kicked off to Minnesota lToestlng getting the brill on his 5 yard I lino and returning iv to Minnesota 125 yard line Barnbarl failed to gain and Minnesota was off side putting tho ball on Minnesotas 20 yard n tu tor first down Barnhnrt kicked to who reefIvor the ball on his own 47 yard line and returned it to Minnesota1 47 yard linn a six yard return rilassgow hit left tackle for 5 yards Armil went off tackle for four yards It third down and ouo yard to go Armil hit right guard for first down on Minnesotas XI yard line Glassgoty tried Minnesotas right end but was spilled for a yard lass On a forward formation the I lino broko thru hlurkinK who could not throw and he fumbled Hanson rticovrrint for Minnesota on Iowas 37 jMrd lhie On the first play inssrrl a short forward pass to whc raced 1S yards thru laiktir for a touchdown Almiiulst ornp kicked for tho citra point Tim score Minnesota Imva II whih out lifter pheusuuts with sevoral companions A RIMJ in tho huntls of L companion Wits when tho uompanioji thru the Herb icTmer shot in tinUeatl hy a con t pan io n whiln hnntiiiK near Osatfo It is tliot Unit he noi tiruiKvi ously injured Plane Lands on Water After Navigator Re leases Fuel OLD ORCHARD Oct 12 Pilot Wihiior Stiiltz witlx whom tho final decision oil the flight of llio Sikorsky plane the Dawn rests tills fificrnociii set early tomorrow morning the earliest dato for iinuther attempt to fret awny on ocean flifilit If wo went Ittlo this nftcr lie said we would not only hsivo two iiigljtts of Hying but for tho first 10 hours mostly in tho cltirlt 1 would have o tnUo tlm ship at almost as low altitude as I liart ORCHARD Oct 22 Wo just couldnt fly down tlip wind explained Mrs Frances W Orayson tho Long Island aviatrlx who hopes to bo tho first woman to fly1 across tho Atlantic ocean as tho Amphibian plane tho Dawn taxied out tho water and up tha beach hero today after a sec ond falso start this week for Copen hagen Tile return decision was made when tho piano reached a point two miles beyond Capo Elizabeth lightship a miles east of here It was not more than two feet above the water and making nearly Iliii miles an hour It was estimated by Pilot Stultz Navigator Brico Goldsborough pulled tho valve wires releasing 2150 gallons of gaso line and thus gained aHiliKlo to ra turn to tho beach Tho possibility o another takeoff this afternoon seemed remote niter a conference on tho beach between Mrs Grayson Pilot Sttiltz and Igor Hikorsky builder of the plane Of course if conditions are atao utely right and this plaml is still in erfect shape as we think she la wu could not afford to mLvs such an op said Mrs Grayson But icltlier Iiiot btulu nor myself like he idea of two nigiits oC The explanation of how the ship vas able to fly about 12 miles before L was turned back was given by Pilot Stultz Tiia wind was stronger 50 feet vo the surface than it was near the ocean he said We would riso mtll the tail Kiml had freshened to i point whero H forced us down We hen woulil drop until only a few feet rum tho water and sometimes I thor wo would hit it Then with diminished vind we would catch and climbagain knew we could nut keep that Proves nt Ship In landing on tho water and cruis tig about for 10 minutes the yawn still having a gross weight of about pounds proved the stauaclineRs if its boat A few drops of spray worked In past tho sheathing of on window but tho interior remained liiitiR and dry It was yesterday that tho piano carried ci gallons of gasoline instead of tho 850 odd which lecmed necessary for the flight Mrs Craysou totlay said it was probable that this extra supply would unt bo rnlimilml which would lighten the ship by more thtm 400 pounds Aged Winneshiek County Pioneer Dies at Decorah DECORA IT Oct Xnls Iadness 8 pianrer of Winneshielv dier at her homo hi this after a few days illness She leaves a husband and nino children to mourn her loss Four children preceded hci in uVath Iuncial will lie held Mon lay Local Weather Well Known Horseman of Decorah Dies Suddenly DlXOEtAU Oct i2 fllK known horafiman here tliet at his homo on Kast Mam street ddenly from ryioptexy Mr VVells s r8 years of and loaves a fo lo mourn liis loss ilay GazeUe went ho r figures for period ending at 7 u tdalur is a I th murk aul uuMitii finn vilh i wind nit of minimum must folks ilAVllll   

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