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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 3, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER tonight and Friday not much change in temperature AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES VOL XXXV CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT NORTH IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition for Hie Home JMASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE JUROR UNDER FIRE MidWest Leaders iri St Louis Fail to Name Candidate St LOUIS Nov Sparing none who oppose the Mc NaryHauepn farm relief bill agricul tural leaders from south west and cen tral staleR Closed their two day moet ins here vwlth threats of a third party I nn attack on the administration and a statement of their wants from the P approaching session of congress ThcjMeft in their wake a set of res olutions endbrsing the McXaiyJTausen bill and attacking amons others Sen lUpra Borah of Idaho Reed of Mis Bptiri of Ohio and Bruce of Mary land as opponentsto farm Discussing presidential possibilities jfrcfely the farm leaders named none their choice althd the name of for RUTHS HAPPY ON OTHER SIDE Edward J Kulwell leather worker Dole Flight Winner May Be Selected to Fly With Dawn NEW YORK Nov Mrs Frances Wilson Grayson amphibian niononlane Dawn waited or a pilot to guide it in its fourth I forCopenhagen a new entry In the transAtlantic air adventure ap ipeared in the person ot Col Arthur O jGoebel ivlnner of the Dolo derby from i Californiato Honolulu i Gocbel who hud been men Plauded frequently inthe discussions Favorite son and forlorn hope real ions with a rtidates should bo avoided the cm rondnctor am a newspaper tlons said so that agriculture mAer of mistrial settle upon candidates with a chance of nomination Blame for the failure of farm rclicl legislation was laid at the door of President Coblidge who vetoed the McNaryHaugen Ctiticlsm of Secretary ot Agriculture Jardine as n thepresident was also heard nLthe cpnventlon Suggestions of a new party while notmentioned in the resolutions came fromCharles P Truax director TI n f i of Ohio who said polltlMayOl Thompson Replies tO j efforts to engU D i issues Injunction Preventing Clmnibcrlaln as pilot because his par T 1 1 f T three enginesand be JL VCtil JU LL L JLHohis own designs Gives Radio Bea Big Bill Relates CKl pLirties have been formed on issues less vital than the ignoring of de 5 tnahds for faim jelieE legislation I Traux thefarmers to jobk with suspicion on any farm re lief plans formulated by the adinini four were presented by njonllnatps L committee headed by Governor o f irulien of Nebraska of his plan to fly to Europe in a mulU motored plane to be directed by radio beacons located along his route pos slblyin Xewfoundland and Ireland He said the plane would carry two or built according icons Crciffi i Ascribing the success ot his Pacific flights to the help of radio beacons Coloney Goebel said the latest inv provements in this regard would be placed At his disposal by Capt Ed wards director of signal corps opera itions at Wright Dayton i Mrs Grayson denied she liad made Bonfire ANOTHER Xov JBhactment of a railroad consolidation measure as part of the farm relief pro Bramwas advocated tocliiy by SenatoV Brookhart of Town a statement issued in behalf of the group of wes tern independent republican senators The farm he said can nol be solved by the mere enactment TURN TO PAGE 2i tioipatioiiln any flight would make It an undertaking She emphasized that any trip would beto advance replied to asuit for an 9ause of women in aviation iiiijiiictioii him or hfssutir to me with nf from destroying proBritish j P the Chicago public librarj wiiii the remark I can burn the inn I forth in reply which will national flight by be riled in Ihe form of a demurrer insisted the only aitman before Circuit Judge lislicr today iTvns considering for tiie place was were the following jBevnt Balchen Fokkcr test flyer and Citizens do not have the riglit to ijncolilot of Commander Byrds America restricted use of books in the public Balchcn Cnnsirtcis Offer Balchen said hewas considering fhe she said to take I the Dawn and incorporate it In an air line between Havana and Key West 1 told lijm the plane wns not 3br and that it bad been built for an shows Halddnian and Miss KIdcr posing Ameriiiiu cnnsnjalc at Ponlu Delcadii Iowciview shows llnhlemaii photos of Miss Huth anil her nnvteitlor Geortrc she library The risht to decid what ptiblica oftel Mrs Grayson hud innde to him hcrescuc of the le aiikeillerciidraclif Top in the iloonvay of the 450 Attend Officers Are Elected in Meetings of Associations Tha largest number ever served at i banquet at tho Hotel Hanford was served Wednesday when J50 members of tha Iowa Buttermakers association the Iowa Creamery Sec retaries and Managers association ind theirwives filled the large dining room at tile hotel A program during which prizes were awarded followed the banciuet and a daiica to music furnished by Tom Wells orchestra concluded the days activity Members of the two associations lield a joint meeting in the Chamber of Commerce rooms Thursday morn Ing Altho many left Wednesday night and Thursday morningr there was a srood the final of tho convention which op ened here Tuesday night Officers RoElectetl Prof C Macy dairy bacteriologist University of Minnesota spoke on Refrigerator Car and Miss Aubln Chlnn ot the dairy council Chicago spoke on Butter at the Thursday morningmeeting Buttermakers ieelectod tha officers who have served during the past year with the exception treasurer at their business meeting Wednesday Frea Hessel Garnavlllo was electee to succeed M P Christiansen Algona Officers reelected nre C R Conwny Garner presidentF IT Harms Ocl president and f T Brun v sows ncemaii and Miss Killer visiting a homo nn a motor tiunV Ponta nclKiulas suburbs Boats Collide in Harbor at Sydney Australia Vessel Sinks Xew Kotlth Wales Xov least nine persons were when the British liner Tahiti collided Tvith a crowded ferryboat in Sydney harbor today while fears were expressed that the number dead would reach 15 tons passed com pletely over the ferry boat which sank within three minutes In a great cloud of steam leaving 180 persons includ ing many children strussIiiiB in the water Scores of boats in tho harbor rushed to the rescue and succeeded in picking tip a great number Nine bodies had been recovered this nfternoon and search was continuing at least eight others missing More than JO persons in a state ot collnpgo wore taken to hospitals i tyouhlut Destroy History Books The mayor has the risht to Investl Igate or cause to be investigated any public institution No Injunction can be issued against tho defendants to restrain tliem from destroying books of tho library because such is their legal privilege The mayor nnd his codefendants aii no intention destroying any j books or having them destroyed I Tho suit for injunction to prevent destruction of library volumes was 1 filed liy Attorney J Kentner 33Iliott I following a threat by library trustee f U J Sport HetTninnn to seize al proTJrilsn texts ami have I horn Atlantic flyinginvolving him ivotild have to wait on his return from Cuba whither he expects to fly soon to de liver a new Fokker plane destined for service In the PanAmerican Airways Mrs Grayson said she would reveal soon an international air scheme which she said might take her to Knrope by boat to perfect liiiniert on tiie lake front by the pub lic hangman America First txisiiiR SujierinteiKienl William McAu weekly day in court on charges of anglicizing American his tories in Chicago schools developed yesterday into another series of dis sertations on the board subject of British propaganda in general There was some specific testimony which sought to show that Mayor Thompsons slogan America First might not have received the full sup port he desired in the schools most of the session however was taken up with testimony aimed at efforts to win American sympathy to A U N T H E T By Hobcrt Oiiillcn One o niy anklus big ger lhan he ofher lint I dont ncvnr think about it except when I pass that gang o lofifcrs at Ihe Manly Doctor Relates EuroDean Exnei WEST INGRIP IARINES SLAY BiVER 60N1CARAGUANS Men Drowned in American Troops Have New 75 Motorists Are Marooned in Western Wyoming by 3Day Blizzard SALf LAKE CITY Utah Xov AP A three day blizard along ihe continental divide in western JWyom Inij today left upwards of 75 motorists marooned at Medicine Bow while many tourists were forced to abandon automobiles at othrr points While there were reports that sev eral passengers on a Mississippi While Shooting Ducks CLINTON iVov KisJclien am Eugene OUern both of Clinton were drowned in tlio Mississippi river near Cordova yesterday while hunting ducks overturned hoat an oar nnd contents of the boat along With scvernl dead ducks found floating in the river against a wins dam were mirto ovideiico of tlio tnigcily Discovery oC the drowning wns not made until late yesterday when other hunters found the overlnrnod boat The bodies hurt not been recovered at an eaily hour today between and bus opera Medicine Bow MAXLV Xov 3 G S West ly spoke to the high school xtudonts in llictr weekly assembly Tuesday morning Ho toli7 them many inter esting things pertaining to his trip in European countries Will Rogers FIRST NATIONAL STUDIOS Xov nm hearinjf already from my America Only society Have received sev oral wires collect Everybody is in terested but nobody has sent dues 1 have yet to find ex cuse for any other nation existing at all Tours r received application from two were injuredwhen their machine ov erturned none was believed In a ser ious condition A driver of nnother i bus was burned ami the passengers forced into the snow when the car struck n high wire The pas sengers were taken to Medicine Bow Many pmpons who abandoned auto mobiles at nnd Rock Spriuis arrived horc today Rumors Hint a plnne bearing Mis nldo Johnston of Coopertown to Los Angeles had been lost were dispelled when the ship arrlverl heroj five houiR overdue The pilot said j ho fought headwinds of from 40 to GO I miles an hour from Chicago to Salt Lake anil wns forced once to refuel Mrs Johnston was attempting to keep n dinner engagement in Los Angeles I last night She will continue today crews ncre at work on I in western nnd rnstj m Utnh today in the liopo of reach Ins the molorists nt liow bcfora night Returns to Seattle XfiRA SPRIXOS Xov Ol sra flilfto who hns been spoivriiiRtho with her fnthrr iml xistov in Vori rcturncrl it her os so flint alter mis THE OFFERS READERS BOOK ON DRESS FITTING Homemade and readymade clothes may just as wel fit cor rectly and you can make them do so Tills new authentic booklet completely Illusl rated shows how nmJ cut dres hey will fit md how to rillhiR garments Fifty common errors in fitting with methods of cuneotlng i hem How to fit shoulders nrmholpx slocvcs hips nnd nil otluT of the Xo Urn flgurcfi ari alike nnd tci fit rmrrctly yon know ittic pntlorus and ul tlioin Our iiilorina lion rpjMi hns jusv pnicurril n limited supply of these very usrfuj book lets hy expert sovernmpiit nuthor ind vond you a ropy foincents postage and handling cost the coupon Krrdorio J Iliisliin Thr Cily Glnhrfinzetlc j I ciMlosr lipiewilh CKNTS in Nliinius for i of ilmlinoUlct FlTTINi ORKSSIOS AM Slrilo Brush With Irregulars 2 Guardsmen Slain MANAGUA XicaiRua Xov their search for two nilssinjj marine corps aviators a com bined comtxit patrol of United States marines and nntionnl Rimrdsnien have fought two more engagements with Xlcnraguan iiTOBUlars in which CO of tho guerillas were killed or wounded One marine wns wounded when cut by flylns plnss from homlj hurled hy tho ijnndits nnd twu guardsmen were killed lonihnt palrnls hnvo been srarching die resion ncaili Cliijiotc depart ment of Xiicvn Segovia evor since Second E A Thomas and Scr KCiu Frank Dondel engaged in bomb Ing followers of tho rebel General Au Rusto Snndino craahed in their plane and disappeared early in Otcober Altho no trace of the missing flyers has been discovered hope that they ave still alive continues here and the search for them is being actively pushed by combat patrols in north western Nicaragua There have been frequent encounters between the ban nnd these pntrols The latest encounters between took place about six miles east of Jicaro when the pnlrol encountered guer illas A flerco Imttle onsucil nnd with in tho biiof spnce of ofi nunutCR in of these bnndils iimi been killed or wounded Directors Vote to Close Emmetsburg Bank Olco Resolution Ailopled 1 Krngel Giilnnvillo wns elected president of the Iowa Cream ery Secretaries and Managers asso ciation Henry La Franz Hudson wns elected vicepresident to succeed Sam Maland Huxlev Henry TVar gowsky Boyden was named a new member of the board of directors Bruce Mnquoketa wns re clocted to the board or directors The secretary and treasurer of this asso iiition wore to bo elected by the board of directors Among the important resolutions adopted hy the Secretaries and Mana gers association was one resolving that the association urso and petition the committees of congress before whom hearings on the matter of re pealing tho federal tax on margarlnd come seriously to consider the disas trous economic effect on the dairy in dustry thru the repeal or modification ot the present regulations Resolutions Reported TIi9 reportof tlio resolutions com mittee which adopted follows The Town Creamery Secretaries and TlRN TO PAGE 33 STATE TEACHERS BEGIN SESSIONS Mason Cityan Heads Organ ization Beginning Meet ing in Des Moines 3KS MOIXES Xov hvcry subject In the curriculum of the modern school was duo for con sideration in the 70 some m Expect New Trial to Be Next January Washington Merchant Denies Any Connection With Irregularities WASHINGTON Nov i atmosphereof calm which con trasted sharply with the tense excite ment of tho last two days of the Fall Sinclair oil conspiracy trial the gov ernment today proceeded to Iny before 3 grand jury tho evidence which led up to the dramatic termination of the effort to place the Teapot Dome case In the hands of jury With charges thatBurua detectives n the employ of Harry F Sinclair had attempted to gain contact with jurors ana that one of the jurors had boast ed that he expected material gain from a verdict in the case the gov irnmcnt liad already placed testimony before the inquisitorial body in afft davitform Turns to Leads Today as a result of new leads de veloped In the case the prosecution turned temporally from its plan to have all of the jurors whose dismissal was ordered yesterday appear for questioning and turned to others in cluding Mark B Thompson oC New Mexico one ol the counsel for Albert B Fall whose lease of the naval oil reserve to Sinclair brot about indict ment of the two men Thompson said his appearance had to do with a personal telephone call to Baniel Jackson an assistant at torney general Neither the Fall at torney nor Mr Tackson would ijrv further than to say the call was pefi sonal declaring that to do so would be in disregard of court procedure Mr Jackson was not called saidat his office tlmt the telephone conversation had nothing to do with the oil case Mnsori Iternllpd After Thompson had left the grand Jury room A Mason Way vice presi dent of the Sinclair Exploration com pany and to whom the government charges the Burns detectives made re ports on jurors activities was re called It was indicated that ho would later taken before a Justice of tho sit reme court of tiie district ot Colum bia to repeat Ills refusal of yesterday lo unswer questions on tho ground that to do so might incriminate him Such 1 procedure would in tho ordi nary coui50 call far action against TURN TO PARE r SMALL CHILD IS INJUREDBYCAR Betty Melott at Hospital in Serious Condition After Accident Hotly MrIott I Mr ind Mip V C Melon IOUS Ilvclftli street northnnst is in Park hospital in a semiconscious condition us the result of an accident which occurred in front of her home about noon Thursday It was reported nt the hos pital that hn is suffering from n bad concussion or n fracture of tho skull The child was struck bya driv en by r C Tiindle Betty was com ing home and had started to cross the street when the car knocked her to thfi pavement Mrs Melott saw the accident Trindlo iushod thn child to hs lms Estimated Thot to Have Been Motive in Slaying DUBfQUE Nov I Kennedy has asked the aid ot state fingerprint experts 1n investigat ing the Klnying of Mrs Elizabeth Me Kltrick 73 old who was found toad in her home at Zwlngls yestci MifaildMJj Mrs came to her dsatli thru airansulatlon nnd suffocation Jt was decided nt post mortem examina tion last night A chemical examlna tlon of her viscera wns being made A search for money In tha houjij was continued today Was Worth Afraid of banks Airs McKitdrtJc kept her money in her big housein the center of tlio village oC Zwingle Altho she had a number of children and grandchildren she Jived alone Most her properly valued in cess of was tied up in real estate and farm lands Sheriff Kennedy without definite clues believes that the crime was committed sometime Tuesday night by a person who was lamllfai1 with Mrs McKltricks eccentricities Tho sheriff found that only oils room had been ransacked The mat tress where the victim is thot to kept her money was torn open by of fleers and after a thoro search only f was found Five hundred dol lars in a bundle ot bills was behind a chest of drawers and the rest round In fivesacks one within another be hind a was in gold Is Missing DUBUQUE Nov TliB slayer of Mrs Elizabeth years old Zwingle and tho estimated believed to have been token the killer today iveio the objects souprht by Dnbiiquo county officers Altho is bclicvoil to have been kept in the house by Mrs Mc only wis fmntd by nf fleers ntter n thoro search Unlf of TITRX TO PARK 1Z Nov Farm TniM ind Savings bnnk here was Ilnurd ihis innvning by onleiof tiic board of Tho decision to close reached nt n spccinl meet Ing oC tiie hoard today Depleted re serves is as the reason This leaves Kinmolshnri with one bank the National bank Decorah Aviation Fans Make Plans for Airport void pohtmasier of is lead nt hegnn liere flome ho establishment of a rrMt Itr is assisted in Or A F and ing ihe time icrii Y oonnncmity t Ills pfforla liy tlio Or recently related lir fjiniiihoiof rninmrrce that a n lift of fields hiid hern looked o The ot obtaining in In comi hrro fo alt in tu The educational council meeting ntl which reports on tho years research I work was to he presented to the enchers was the first of the opening i session today j The eleclrol body which transacts convention has its first Inter in the day and will con oludf its biislncs toivorrow iilht President F T Vnscy of Mason Cily no Importnnl Issues would come before the body An expression In support of Super intendent William McAndrew who faces ouster proceedings in the Chi cago school controversy is expected President said We are In fav or oC keeping school nffnirs out of politics nnd will do anything we can to show that we nrestanding back of he snid Mr McAndrew himself will ndrliess GREENE STORE Furnace Explosion Sends Flames Thru Building in Short Time ORKEXK Nov Rlururr and company clothing storn iicro wns destroyed by fire this morn ing resulting in u loss estimated at Tlio firo started when tho exploded shortly after Diilo Crecden oiio of the more employes shoveled some real into it it T oclock when tho establishment was opened Ho ciimn up tho steps followed by the smoke ind fin men which spread nhortly aCionvnrrts to nit parts of tin building Tho fire department made valiant efforts to save tho structure but suc ceeded In keeping fhn flames from spreading to other buildings Tho nnulpment was moved out ot the office next door until tho ftnoiia Ono fireman Glen Ilardman wns ovarcomo by smoko and had to Pin cod jn the care of a physician The store bad just received its win ter stock oC merchandise and heavily stocked nt the lime ot ti fire Koth tho siorn nnd however weio hHinvcd to been covered by Local Weather CilolieGazottft winiher figures fnr I bom period ending at 73 m Maximum Minimum At n It Is thjt a frvv motorlfils trouble with frozen for th the convention Satindny mornlns but It is not expected he will speak of the situation In which he Is cbnrped insiihordlnntlon and haiborinR of pranrltisli sentiments to At Ihe first Rcneral session tonight irHdent Vnsoy will address the aehers on Xext nnd Rulli Onrn second of the rllon or i ovnnlno A r a h I i n morning hut no occn for it Thurs mornliiB jr nnso the niircuvj laclcji n couple do iii O ulf mark The iiMxinuim day in pile of n only rxacily thesame on Ibn previniif day Tlmrsdiiy lout 01 Tho south POOR PA Hy Clanclr iillan I Hs gOutl f 111 lllC ntlly OI1P fnniily thnls ijnon oy 11 helps ntc in   

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