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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 24, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER Mostly fair tonight and Tuesday Slightly warmer Tuesday in extreme north portion AND MASON CITY i DAILY TIMES VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPQUT NORTH IOWAS Final Edition Edited Tor tUo r MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY OCT UNITED PIIESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE 13 Critic Says Idahoan Is Endangering Success of Movement WASHINGTON Oct AV on a farm relief program was postponed today by the group of western republican senators organized in tlie in terest of legislation for the west uhtiladditional senators from that territory arrived here After a two hour conference the six independent republicans com posing the group issued VL state ment denying any disagreement as to plans and purposes for an agricultural program but added that as to details we will en deavqr to reacii conclusions when more of our friends are WASHINGTON Oct With the purposes of one of its mem bers vigorously challenged iy Gov ernor MeMullen Nebraska the sen ates new combine of western inde pendent republi cans was called together today in an attempt to re move its differ ences on farm leg islation The Xebras kans att4olc em bodied in a state ment issued at was di reeled at Senator Borah of Idaho n leader In the te m bloig McM ullen j g party in the comingpolitical campaign and the agriculturalprq sram as well by a widely prqpa gandizod move to gain control o western delegates to the national con vention The farm states lie declared are now in a better position to obtain the legislation they desire than they have been in yearsand to accept seriously the program which senator Borah seems to be heading would throwing this chance Citing what he termed Borahs rec HERES HOW THOSE MYSTERIOUS RUMORS GET THEIR START CHICAGO Oct group of innocent bystanders gath ered today as Fireman John Cos groves tolled with srappllng hooks in tho Chicago river Hes look ing for a said the first by stander Hes looking for a said tho second bystander to tho third Its a Hes looking for a girls said the third bystander to the fourth Her fellow threw her Hes lookingfor the body of a girl whose fellow threw her said the fourth bystander to the fifth She left a was the fellow asked the fifthbystander of Fjreman Cosgrovo x It was Fireman Harry Kam replied the industrious Mr Cosgrove I hopesomebody pours glue in his Ana who was the beautiful maiden persisted the fifth by stander maiden asked Mr Cos grove still fishing Im looking for my helmet Hammersrcen knocked It off when we came down here on a fire last Thinking Machine to Do Higher Mathematics Lindy Back From Tour Is Seeking Rest u TransAtlantic Flyer Says He Has No Political NEW YORK Oct at the starting point of his flight to world fame and his mile tour ot An electrical machine with i mechanical mind lliat solves involved mathematical problems foo complex for Iiuiuiin brnin has been perfected at the Massachusetts Institute of TcchnoloKy linsion by Dr Vnmievar liush professor of electric power transmission mid a stuff of rencarch workers Or Bush is showii adjusting the mech anism the machine whirli is called a inteRra tlie country Col Charles A Lind bergh rested today without revealing definite plans for the future I I have no ho said Im going to rest a few clays and then j make a short visit to Michigan After that I frankly dont Tanned bright eyed and smiling the lone eagle swooped down out of sky over Mitchell field and landed jMaj Gen J T Dickman U S Army Of Temblor Described as One J Worst in Recent Years ord pt indifference to agricultural I11 llls Spirit of St Louis at oclock yesterday afternoon ono mbiuto in needs Mr McMullen predicted that should the Idahoan bo successful it would be at the expense of support which normally would be thrown to former Governor Lowden or some other western candldte loyal to the cause of with a result ing division of opposition and a pos sible opportunity for the republican reactionaries to dictate the nomina tion oC their choice with little diffi culty Toward other members of the bloc Gov McMullen was more kindly dis posed They he sals have demon strated that they want to see effec tive farm legislation In addition to Borah the group in cludes Norrig of Nebraska Tts choice for the presidency Nye and Frazier of North Dakota and Brookhart of Iowa Their differences on farm legis lation have arisen from tbo equaliza tion fee of tha vetoed McNaryHnugen advance of the time of an appointment made on July 20 when he started a tour that brat him before people in 82 cities ot the 48 states of the union Wants In Drop Two thousand persons including Harry Guggenheim president of the Guggenheim fund for the promo tion of aeronautics under aus pices of which Col Lindbergh made his tour greeted him as he arrived here from Philadelphia The flyer said he had no immediate plans but only a desiro to drop out of the public view for a In the few moments ho failed to talk of his plane Col Lindbergh spiked reports that he would enter the political field or join the depart ment of commerce Absolutely he salil afi lie was told of reports he might enter politics modltles be taxedto form a fund for tlie purpose of surplus crops Borah is determinedly opposed to tho feo provision and Xorris Xye and ITrazIer favor it while Brookhart is to agree on a compromise Fairmont Man Sentenced to Year on Liquor Charge FAIRMONT Oct Ilendrlcks of this city was sentenced one year In jail for selling liquor to minors Friday by Judge Haycrnft AUNT HET By Robert Quilleii know myself what Im going to do Ill announce Ctuil in a blue worsted suit over which Jio wore a leather pilots coat tho flyer seemed to be in perfect health as his bright eyes flashed fn his tanned face I never felt better In my he said Piano in Fine Shape Usually the Colonel shifted tho con versation from himself to the merits of the plane that has carried him thru 53 hours of Hying since he left San Diego previous to his hop to Paris The Spirit of St Louis ia In Cine he snid But this looks like time to do it so Im going overhauled It isnt destined for a museum yet Eventually but not Undo tloii is careless bu il doesnt imiliep so much His whiskers is gravy i Begin Move to Improve Road at Emmons Minn KMMOXS Oct was taken the latter part of last week to see what could be done to get tho state lino road into condition around Silver Lake eliminating curver and turns County commission ers endorsing the move to improve the road New Hampton Sheriff Destroys Moonshine XEW HAMPTON Oct gal lons ot moonshine taken from the Fred Kolthoff farm southwest of New Hampton In a raid early this summer Was destroyed by SherlfffC A and Duality M IJ Hewitt early this week The had been held HF evidence until Mr IColthofC entered n plea of guilty in district court recently and was fined PETERSBURG Alaska Oit earthquake shock of two minutes duration shook at a toiiny brealdug several windims Other damage was reported just outsVrc the city DENVER Out earthquake described as immense was reported on the at Regis college here at a a today Tlie Rev Father Forstall observer reported at a that the seis mograph was still recording tho tem blor and that from his observations the North American continent was the scene of the earthquake Ho said tlio shocks recorded were the most violent in my 25 years ol Felt at Cleveland CLEVELAND Ohio Oct An earth tremor of nnsuai intensity was reported today at a by tlie Rev Father Odenbach oC John Carroll university Father Oileiibach estimated the dis turbance to be centered in Central or WASHINGTON Oct AP Major GeneralJoseph T Dickman 70 veteran American army officer is dead as a result of a heart attack suffnred at bis home here yesterday Tho general apparently wns in good j health Saturday when friends with whom ho chatted at tho Army and Navy club said ho seemed Mi fine j spirits I Ho was commander of tho third vision of the American army tho World war and parttctr many major engagements Genoia Dickman who wasborn in 7 DEATHS Two Flyers Burned Others Killed as Parachutes Fail to Open NEW YORK Oct Air and Ilracliuto accidents in the Wied BtatcK Vestfrflay took seven lives and resulted In injuries to four Til lapnit Hie airship was burned ut Mayor Promises Bonfire of Jainted Histories on Lake Shore CHICAGO Oct Tho mayoral mop swished about the public library and offices of the board of edu cation today seeking proBritish dint The president ot the American Li brary association Carl B Roden who also Is head librarian of tbo Chicago library has offered his assistance in Mayor Thompsons effort tt rid tho library of books belittling Americas past performances It the mayor is Interested only in books ho may regard as proBritish tho library is little concerned Mr Rodcn said be cause few texi books arc kept on the library shelves If however tho may or objects to anything proBritish or there is much fuel for the big bonfire which Mayor Thomp son has promised on tho lake snore Have Many British Hooks There are thousands of volumes It was pointed out which were gifts of Queen Victoria and numerous British writers to help rebuild the library fol lowing the Chicago fire There are the books containing Itmlyard Kiplings peevish criticism of the United States Mrs Troloppessneers at American men and nnd American notebook whleii ij far from flattering U J Sport Herrmann a library trustee and tho mayors chosen agent in cleaning out the library called a TURN TO PAGE CALLED DOWN SENATOR SIMEON FESS Few recent tvcnls in Iho polticnl life nl Washington have tho WiiKKiiiK us lid tliu culling down uilministcrcd to Siimifor Shnomi Fcss liy President Cuoldlgc The Ohio senator had been falliing rather loud ly mill freiiiienfly about tho party Iho president for an other term anil Mr Conlidgo took gravn exception u ho procedure Sen ator Fcss was tin first admit that ho had linen tnulled in u rnllior short milliner liy he preaidonl Dayton Ohio famous illto The fcouth Ainevicn NEW YORK iii Oct 24 An was mmuuH aa a cuv airy leader lie graduated from j crew Wls rcscuc1 Point in JSSI Me was retired at the aviators were burned to death time of his death Lincoln when their plane crashed into a cemetery they at tempted to land at an airfield a short distance away Tho bodies were burned bcyonit recognition allho the victims wcro believed to be Carl Carr and Don Ceasel L Brengman am C Eiting me chanics were killed when an airplane crashed against the side of a hill in a heavy fog ncmr Santa Monica Cai J A Dary of Santa Monica pilot and of tho craft was critically In Assistant War Secretary Lands at Cleveland Without Mishap CLliVELAND Hfinford MacXidcr ownrn jured Bernard Albright 20 Detroit a pas enger instantly killed when Che Oct 2 API plane in which be was rifling crashed assistant sncro near Mount Clemens Mich Jtollis tary ot war lying from Wiislririgton VVoodwcnih the pilot was said by to Milwaukee was forcett down here flyingfield officials to have had no today bjmotor trouble fie landed at i Ho escaped with earthquake miles away de scribed as the largest in wns recorded by th seismograph at Foid ham university today Officials there said the temblors were The seismograph recorded the firsi shocks at a eastern standard time Confers South of St Ixnifs ST LOUIS Oct An earthquake believed to have boen centered approximately miles southwest of here and described as the largest here since tlie Montana quake on June 2S was recorded on the seismograph at St Louis nnij versity today Dr Tames B Macelware oglat said the dnake was larger than the Sanla Barbara shock of 0 J923 the Cleveland air port without mishap and expected to take off later in tho day arriving at Milwaukee before eve ning Stillmunkes Poison Theory Is Discounted j TOMA tie credence was given the theory that poisoning preceded tiio burning lo death of Mr nnd Mrs Georgn Still rnunkes at nickardsville recently when no trace ot poison wns found in tlie viscera of Airs Stillmunkos hftor an examination by rsan Wilbur j i Teeters of the University of Iowa col1 lege of pharmacy 1 Tho examination completed Saturj day indicated that the Stillmunkes with their daughter had perished from the fire and not from being I drugged or poisoned RerIiuell Scores i Oct Heart football team clowned the irhow of St Josephs Ciiy on tile ii lr THE GLOBEGAZETTE OFFERS A BOOKLET ON ETIQUET Modern Manners is a 32paso summary of the rules of proper conduct Tdenl for the busy man and woman who want facts about good manners at hand for refer ence Arranged in chanters this book let gives the essentials of useful practical daily needful knowledge about what to tuy and do on vari uns occasions Chapurs on phases of ctiquci from christenings lo funerals This booklet will save many em barrassments and solve many prob lems Our Wellington JnCorninilon bureau will supply any render at a handling and postage charge of 5ix a copy Uso the coupon Frederic J Hashln Director Tho Mason Oily Information Bureau Washington I enclose lierciviffi SIX CIWTS in stamps ftr ruin fnr n copp nt MODERN MAXNHHS Slrecl fit J slight injuries S Los Angeles was killed at Los Angeles and Ken neth Davis a student flyer was killed at Kansas city when their parachutes failed to open after they hncl jumped from airplanes at nn altitude of feet Clarence Hauler IS and Duncan 37 were slightly hurt when their plane ripped thru a fence HnAiKor misjudged ihe distance In bringing his plane down near his home fn Donegal Pa READ DEFENSE GAINS POINT Judge Refuses to Permit Ex amination Testimony in Bankers Trial Merger Plans of Railroads to Be Heard j Great Northern and NortK j ern Pacific Hearing Opens in Minneapolis CRESTDX Oct crnment lost a point gov n the prosecu tlon of Thomas H Read and his sons Klberi A arid Henry Read ort trial on a charge o irregular banking when Judge Thomas C Munger in United States district court today sus tained an objection of the defense to testimony regarding examination made OL a dividend account o the First National bank of Shenandnah of which they were officers The examination ol the account was mado by n bank employe The Rends aro accused of making a false entry In reports of the condl ition of tho bank to the comptroller of the treasury A discrepancy is al legec in tho dividend accounts Mrg Anna McKean who was on the stand when court adjourned Friday was tho witness the government de clares made an examination of the ac count Her testimony on the point and of subsequent conversations with the Reads were disallowed by tiio court Visit in Allison Home ALLISON Oct D K aajrteevo and daughter Elizabeth Cednr Falls visited friends in Allison Satur day Oct AP Tho publics interests will be stressed both by anil op poiienls of tiio proposed untlficatioi of tlio Groat Northern and Northern Pacific railroads it the interstate commerco commission hearing ou the subject opening hero today Homo of tho leadingrailroad attor neys of tbo country as well as couiise for several northwestern states am municipalities camo hero to partici pate in the hearings expected to last several weeks Tho Great Northern and tho North crn Pacific ronils mado application tt tho interstate commerce commission for authority to consolidate tho proiv urtics ns a corporation to b known as the Groat Norlliorn Pacifit railway MliiiItomla Tho new corporation seeks per sion to tulco L on the properties of the Pacific tho Grea XortJiciMi find tho 1ortlam anil Hcattlo railways and to acaulr stock control of tho two norther in order to opcrnle them undei a single management Tlio Spokane Jortland and Seattle railway Is jointli owned by tho two Isortliernn The plan calls for retention b the inerRod corporation of control o tho Burlington railroad which for 3f years lias been held jointly by tho two Northerns It the merger is effected the newroad would be the greates TliBN TO PAGE IS Educational Campaign Is Reach Laymen in Canada U S CHICAGO edu campaign Inteijded to reach laymen ibnjout tho United ind Canada for the general ad vancement of Christianity was start ed ttio North American com j of the laymens missionary movement vith tho fonnnlntion of n program to bring laymen of all de nominations into cooperation with their churches Ur Jfdm C AchiSion pifsidunt of eullfge St fanl been of tiio movement Onvlii It Vmxun Ixinki r in mil y il 1 Will Rogers HOLLYWOOD Oct Dwlght ilorrow is on his way to Mexico to become a diplomat Ills diplomacy started oarly in fact at tlie border when he got on an ar mored train neednt worry about him These Morgan boys generally tako caro of thcmselvcs If the train is held up by ban dits I bet you tlio outlaws come out second best in any financial If the comes to tho worst be will float a loan UIIM tako their guns and horsci as oil lateral These arc anxious honrs for Old Amhorst Cal will stick by his Its too bad hr hasnt KOI n war to send some of them lo If Dwlght KCts away with Mcxirn in good shape T iieroby propos him as first ambassador to Local Weather ORAYSONS Dawn Returns to Beach After 450 Miles of Copenhagen Hop OLD ORCHARD Oct tlueo failures after starting a transAtlantic Jlieht Mrs Frances Wilson Grayson was de termined today to makn another at empt to got to Copenhagen in Monoplane Dawn Tho timo for the next attempt da lends on favorablh weather and tbV ondltion of tho motor which praotl cally failed during Sundays flight nf fcr tho machine had covered ban 4SO miles of UK outward trip Mrs Grayson who is in command of tho expedition ami hag as aida Bnco Ooldshorough navigator and Wllmer Stultz pilot was undaunted by tho successive rovcrsea and delays which liavo been their rato for nearly two months Wont Give Up rians That no abandonment was conterrf plated until weather conditions roaka Much action absolutely Imperative was seen in tho hastily telegraphed iiucsts which recalled T Harold Kirri Uadc Wright motor export and Sikorsky designer of tlia Dawn Klnknde nnd Sikorsky left for York after tho Copenhagen bound chine got under way Tho failure tho loft 6l3B remained a mystery today to Stults pending tho timo when mechanics will liava an opportunity to take Jt down Tho machine liad nearly reached Sablo Island off the tip of Nova Sco tia when suddenly tho motor a terrific jiolpci of smoko poured fitulta de scribed tho difficulty Dump Gas TanJiS Agalri The flyers feared it might blowup Goldbborough jumped to tho gasolins release lever nnd for tho third tima tho piano was saved by tho specrty release ot a part of its load ot futl Twico before when tho big ship seemed headed for tho wavcj in tnho offs hero It was righted by tho quick actingrelease mechanism Freed OL MO gallons oC gasolino tlm piano rose rapidly and fears that had led to tho sending nt a hasty SOS and Iho ninldtjgof plans to land in tho water alongside a nearby steamship wero found to bo prcmatuie lliul Gono 10 Hours Tho Dawn wan headed back on ono and a half and tha return trip mado without incident Tho tako off bad been made In per fect weather and so confident worn the wives oC Goldstjorough and Stultz that they wore busy packing their ef fects for a return on a night train to Now York when they received word that tho big amphibian was returning Tho Dawn hopped off at oclock and cnmo back 10 hours later Tho calculated they had covered S31 miles GlobeGazette weather figures for hour period ending at 7 a m iron iuy Maximum 73 Minimum M At 7 a m II For likn period nilng IL 7 a m Maximum st Minimum JR Tho 21 hour pnr inl cml ing at 7 a in Sundity wns a record brfaker for m ir spects tlio maximum u S3 re irordcfl Saturday afternoon was the highest of ttio month by It degrees and HPrnnd tlm vaimo of irrmi ill is maximum tl a minimum of drrfs M digroos l IM Ih nmmli Unix far ibriv few days In when linn fvn a variaUnn Moiiiay morn ins duwrioii ciMir h wind wns in State Social Workers Meet at Council Bluffs COUNCIL BLUFFS Oct upon increasing the scope of social work to meet a growing de mand In tha state delegated to annual convention of the Iowa stain oonTerence social work gathered hero today for tho opening of tha twoday sessions Kxprxnslon ot activities is necessi tated by an expanding field and in creasing population officers said yesterday Dr A J5 McKInley of lips Moines mado his presidential ad dress and tlio IJev J7 o Williams oC DCS lloines gave a report of the 3327 mission survey POOR PA By Clftiide Gaily n This is my payday an I fiint Ma hasnt pltoiud foimo lo meet sonievvliorf nt   

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