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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 5, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                IOWA WEATHER Fair tonight and probably Sunday coaler in extreme south portion tonight AND MASON CITY DAILY VOL XXXV FTVH CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRB REPORT MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY NOV NORTH IOWAS NEWSPAPER Final Edition fe Edited for Hie Horned UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICEl NO 24 j COOLIDGE BALLOONIST IS y Gapt Gray Believed to Have Gone to Height of SCOTT FIELD Nov Hawthorne C Gray reached an altitude of feet nt p m yesterday if wrote in his log found witli his body liear Sparta today Scott Field officials were This alti tude if Authenticated would es tablish a new worlds record SPARTA Nov Capt Hawthorne C Gray who set out from Scott Field Belleville yes terday seeking a world record for free was killed in a crash near here Identity oi the aeronaut was estab by papers in his pockets The balloon boro the number Members of a rescue party formed after a farmer reported that a bal loon hearing the body of a man had been found in a about six miles from here brot the body to Sparta They said they were positive of the identification frommilitary airships from Scott were understood here to bo waiting for clear weather to make the trip here Captain Gray had not been heard from since morning shortly after he had ascended He was last sighted by four airships escort ing hjm when he was aver Mount Ver non and was then headed In this general direction The winds at the time were said to have a 50 mile velo cltyatthe height of feet at Which lils balloon was flying The balloon drifting aimlessly was seen about o oclock yesterday after noon by a to seize one of the ropes burt missed It Following it over the mountains lie came upon the balloon lodged In a and the basket In another tree about 10feetdistant Xot suspecting that any one was In the bag he made J no report of the incident until to ll day Cause of the death was but belief was expressed at the un dertaklng establishment of Quarles and Hunter that be either had died ot heart trouble or of gas He was a gas mask when the body y was found and it appeared that ho had been dead since yesterday Jury Tampering Is Traced to Hogue Pleads for Help in Strike Area Red Cross Refuses Aid for Families of Miners in Southern Iowa BES MOINES Nov state Iowa is rich enough to sec to it that 300 families in Appanoose and Monroe counties destitute as a result oC the long mine tieup receive sufficient aid director of the budget Hogue said today attev it was learned that the Hed Cross could not take care of the relief work at this time Director Hogue said he did not think a special session oC the legisla ture would DO necessary to cope with the situation but that agencies other than the Red Cross would 1o able to supply necessary relief He suggested the overseers of the poor and county school superinten dents nnd tho Salvation Army as likely to bo able to meet tho situa tion Altho no official announcement Hampton District Court Is Adjourned to Monday HAMPTON Nov E Franklin county district court which has been In session this week was adjourned until next Monday afternoon Judge T G Garf icld has called the ease of William Law as tho first to be tried Law was arrested on charge of con nection with shooting afafuseveral weeks ago Several divorces were granted VV H SIcKee who la now located In California cited for contempt of court In failure to pay alimony to Mrs P MeKee who was granted a divorce from him several months ago Plan New Bridge Across Missouri at Keokuk Soon KEOKUK Kov state high way commission engineers In confer ence with the local chamber of com merce assured officials of that body that a new bridge will be constructed across tho Dea Moines river hero to connect with tho Missouri road on federal highway It was stated the project has already i teen taken up with the Missouri com f mission The approximate cost of the new be AUNT HET By Roherl Quillen Pa nint got nolhiu against that Smith woman except one time sho come in unexpected when I had him turned over my Jap fixin his wus mado by tho state Red Cross it Is understood that the Red Cross national organization feels that If one situation this Is taken over by the Red Cross there wouIJ be hun dreds of others resulting from labor difficulties developing from time to time thrnout the country that would have to have similar attention The present funds of the Red Cross organization It was stated aro not large enough to widen the scope of its activities to such an extent It was also stated that the labor organi zations themselves likely would not approve of such action ILLINOIS 7 HAWKEYES 0 Hawkeye Gridders Hold Visitors in Early Part of Game BULLETIN IOWA FIELD Nov The E CLASH Colorado Soldiers Fail to Keep 500 Strikers Oil Mine Property AVALSJDNBURO Nov police officers dispatched to the southern Colorado coal fields to day wielded pickhandles pistol butts and flats in a clash with striking min ers and their sympathizers at the Dedwind Canon Mines of the Colorado Fuel Iron company The 15 state policemen aided by company gruards were unsuccessful in their attempt to keep between and 500 strikers off the mine property but prevented the invaders from hold ing a mags meeting Mrs Grayson Sails to Confer With Aviatrix NEW YORK Nov Frances Wilson who three unsuccessful attempts to fly across ho Atlantic ocean sailed for Denmark early today on tlio 1ner ifa Jestic Before sailing she said a decision Illini scored a touchdown against the Iowa eleven here today late in the second period It was Hie first counter of the game goal was kicked Score Illinois 7 Iowa 0 IOWA CITY Nov the Iowa line had hraced twice under lie very shadow of its goal posls the Illini eleven a few moinenls before the fin al gun of the first hall pushed the hall over for a touchdown and added the extra point Once Iowa the Ziippke men for downs on the 3 yard line and again on the 13 yard line In the early part of the game the Hawkeyes forced the play into the Illinois terri tory arid made a real threatTjy reachingthe 26 yard line to lose ihc hall on down Coach Ingwersen of Iowa made numerous line substitu tions to strengthen the defense against the Illinois hacks There were few passes at tempted in the first half FIRST PERIOD Iowa won the toss and chose to de fend the north goal Novak kicked off for Illinois to Glassgoiv wiio received the ball on the 29 yard line Glassgow cut thru tackle for 8 yards Olassgow made it first down on Iowas 40 yard line Arinil bucked center for 3 yards Pignatelli added four yards Olasegow broke thru center for five yards and another first down on the Illinois 47 yard line Tho stands were in an up roar and the band played Therell be a hot time in the old town Armil made 2 yards thru right tackle DArnbrossio stopping It Hug gcrty was hurl on the play and Iowa took time out Haggerty stayed In the game GlusE ffoiv made a yardoff tho Illinois left tackle Illinois Ames Minnesota Notre 1st the Iowa left tackle for 9 yards s was directing her plays at the Michigan Chicago left side the Iowa line On a criss cross play Capt Nelson broke thru and stopped Timm after a I yard gain The quarter ended with Illinois in possession of tho ball on tlio Iowa 26 yard line period Iowa 0 Illi nois 0 SECOND PERIOD Timm circled the Iowa right end for 34 yards and a first down on tho Iowa Il yard line Stills went 2 yards thru tackle DAmbrosIo added 3 more on a line buck The bull was on tho Iowa 7 yard line DAmuroslo was replaced by Humbert at fullback for Illinois Humbert cracked the right sldo of Iowas line for 3 yards Timm failed to make tho necessary 2 yards for a first down and Iowa took the ball on her 3 yard line Cooley for Cuhel at right end tor Iowa Cooley punted behind his own goal line to the Iowa 38 yard line Steunsy replaced French at left half for Illi nois Humbert broke thru he Iowa right guard for 13 yards and a first down on Iowas 25 yard line Humbert re peated for 7 more Humbert was stopped by Cooley for no gain Steussys puss was Incomplete after several players had juggled the ball en their fingers Steussy passed again but it was knocked down by Pignatelli Iowa took the ball on her IS yard line Fuhr nmn replaced Boberts at right guard for Iowa Glassgow was smeared for nogain Pignatelli lost 2 yards when several Illinois linemen brokethru Cooley punted out of bounds en Iowas 43 yard line Mills made a yard on a lino smash Humbert broke thru center for 5 yards Humbert added two more thru the line Humbert made it first down with a 3 yard gain thru center plac ing the ball on the Iowa 32 yard line Drills broke thru center for I yards Humbert plowed thru tho center of Iowas line for a first down on luwas 21 yard line Strictllne replaced Fuhr man at right guard for Iowa Timm FIRST PERIOD Harvard 0 Icnii 0 Northwestern 0 Purdue 0 Wisconsin 7 Grinncll 2 SECOND Penn 3 Harvard fl Identity ef Midnight Prowler at Farm Will Soon Be Solved Officers Say TIPTON Nov mys tery surrounding tho phantom gl who succeeded In driving the family of Arnold Alberts from ila farm borne to town after making four nocturnal visits to the place will be authorities said today Arnold wlese a hired man was questioned by County Attorney Mar on C Hamiel today Hamiel mado no statement except to say that tho mystery would be cleared up Thesheriff and several friends guarded the Albert home last night nut the phantom did not appear Wlese said he thot he saw a man about midnight but it was a false alarm It was reported today that Wieso s ho only man who has ever seen the midnight prowler is to whetheranother transAtlantic flight attempt will be made this will depend on a conference in Den mark with Mrs Aage Ancker of AI den S nnd Copenhagen her part ner in the ownership of the amphib an plane JDawn PrittzwitzGaffron Is Named U S DitpJomat BEIiLIN Kov polntment of Dr Frederich Wilhehn von IrittzwitzGaffron as German am bassador to the United States was of ricially announced this morninc Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLK Xov Is just tickled to death over the new Ford plan But I was just a little disappointed In It I thot sure after his waiting nil this time that he was going to em away Courst renting cm aint bnd I bet you the next time some other concern gets to crowding him ho will give em to us i hereby put in my order for the first Hint lights in California I thlnlc I will get two or three I always did ivant to gu out in the morning ami choose my oar TourH WILL V for the birthdny grfutinsf I trying to keep it itulct Copyright 1927 Armll lost a yard when the j 5 yards thru Iowas right gunrd Illinois line broke thru na he attempted j In a triple pass behind tho line Humbert cracked thru for C yards on the Iowa 10 yard line It was first down Humbert broke thru for D yards placing the ball on tho Iowa 1 yard line Humbert cracked the center of tho Iowa lino and scored a o pass Armll punted 47 yards across the Illinois Illinois scrimmaged from Its own 20 ynrd line Hills ran around the Iowa left end for 7 yards Stewart broke thru the right side of tho for S yards and first down The ball was on the Illinois 35 yard line Stewart made four yards thru center OXeU for Haggeity at left half for Iowa Jlills went for a yard around right end Stewart was thrown for a 3 yard Ions by Pignatelli Jlills got off a short punt of SO yards that was downed on the Iowa S3 yard line by Iignatelli Pignatelli made 3 yards off left tackle Armil Jmrdleil the center of the line for 4 yards The bull was 01 Iowas 10 yard line Armll punted short the ball rolling out of Ijounds on tho Illini S yard line Stewart buclted center for 3 yards On uriKS cross play MIs made 4 Mills punted 70 yards out oi j bounds on tho Illlnr 35 yard line Illinois was playing against the Schultz replaced Muegge at left tackle for Illinois and G Grange for it end DAmbrosIo look Stewarts place in tho brickfield Glntisgow broke thru for 4 yards Armil hit center for another yard to Glassgow for 3 yards Tho ball was on Illinois 27 yard line Armll made a scant yard thru center and Illinois tool the ball on downs on herown 26 yard line JJAmbrosio brokeloose for 16 yards but Illinois was penalized for crawling It was first down for Illi nois on her 37 yard line Iowa called time ont IVAmhrOKio broke thru for another yards for i first down on Iowas line DAmbrosIo made f more thru Yeggo fur rit left gunrd fur The Kill was on the luwa IS yard llnp Iowa penalized S yards for riu Inylng the ganu 3 arid a first down on the Iowa touchdown Xowack kicked the goal from placement Score Illinois 7 Iowa 0 U OF DAME SOUTH Notre Dame eleven wan lead Ing tho University of Minnesota 1 to 0 as the first period ended here today Kockno confounded the expert Kiiessers by starting tho first team line and Chevlgny second strinfi backfieW t6ok Minnesotas kickoff nnd returned the ball Ho yards to his lino After making a first down fumbled in mldfield Minnesota recovering Xotro Uarne drew a 15 yarj penalty making It tho Gophers ball on the Irish JO yard Jinu Two were Niemiec made five around end and then Wynne fumbled Min ncsotn recovering on the Irish 35yard line Sheriff Says No One Has Been Taken for Slay ing of Woman Nov or theslayer of Mrs Mc strangled and suffocated In ier homo at recently continued today with tho authorities aakingno announcement of their pro cess Sheriff F r Kennedy denied a report that a suspect had been ar rested Tho funeral of Mrs McKltrlck was Held hero this afternoon with burial Kwingle Dr D I Bcrgcr of th University of nnbiujno officiated Mrs V 0 Coin a daughter nnrl Mrs Anthony Wagner a grand daughter both of AJtoona were named to administer her estate Franklin County Doctors Hold Clinic at Hospital Xov Tho Franklin county medical society fs holding n uhcrculosls and heart clinic atthe Wells National Bank to Pay Third Dividend Nov National pay another 10 pur cent dividend tu acconiln to Mr Thompson the receiver in charge It will be the third dividend WEEKLY WEATHER Lutheran hospital today For upper Mississippi and lower Missouri Periods of precipitation principally If in first pnrt ind toward closo of wc wee Kodemeyer of Sheffield Is the presj temporatuirt below normal first part of and Dr E D Allen Is sncrefiry Dr sr of the Dr U lcclc of Moines arc takim part In the clinic A colifgn mnkeu an excel cnt jjrolude but MO many think it running State roiirnaUqnlrpr rc rising about middle of wccg Indiana is lo iiuiM a temple In mem ory of Ilvcry prosnenltvc pol iticlan over there should be mndc to U for one year before Kn Oil Man Involved in Most Serious of His Many Charges WASHINGTON Nov condition of former Secre tary Albert I Fall ill hero of congestion of the lungs continued serious today Ho was very weak and nnalilu lo tulle The 62 year old former cabinet member slept but hiring tho night Ills throat trou bled him considerably His wife anil two laughters re mained nt his bedside today in the hotel where he has lived since iic came here WASHINGTON Nov Called together in sin extraordinary Saturday session a grand jury in th District of Columbia court was asked today to follow thru new avenues the meanderlngs of the private detectives who hovered about tho FallKSinclal oil conspiracy trail Altho there were Indications that some days might elapse befuro the grand jurors reported It already was apparent that the soft tread of these detectives inquiring into thelives of the dozen men and women on tho trial jury had involved Harry F Sinclair the wealthy oil operator in perhaps tha most serious of all tho charge that have been brot against him Kinqi he signed his name to the lease ot th Teapot Dome naval oil reserve Already Mtufo Tho government did not await the report of the grand jury to lay U complaint against a millionaire wli has had more difficulties with the lav in the past few yeara than perhaps lias any of the other wealthy men o bis day It laid against him a barge of con spiracy to lumper with tlio trial jury to stand alongside the other criminal conspiracy to defraud the government in the oil lease and con tempt of the senate Tho grand jury today questioned Chares Holt juror No 12 the last man selected for the KaliSinclair trial Charles G Buddy chief of a corps ot Burns agency detectives who al owed Iho trial Jurors Inquired into their finances nnd It is charged sought to make improper contacts with the talesmen was called upon o tell whom ho reported the informa tion brot in by hia men and If possl lo to Identify their employer Htti Issued Wnrrnni Tho government is so confident hat the employer was Harry F yin clulr who with Albert U Fall former nterlor secrctaVy was Ktnnnlng trial on conspiracy charges arising from heir Teapot Dome tlnil yestcr lay a warrant was Issued for hit ar est tho later it was decided Unit it ihauM not be served before tin giaiul ury neteil A warrant was sworn out alsu tor lenry Mason Uay vice president of he Sinclair exploration company chargeil with having received reports roin the Day surrendered ilmself waived a preliminary cxamin and was held in bond lending the outcome of the grand Jury nvcstlgntlon More definite Information np to Iho lulcnilfy of the client was expected o be hurt on Monday when William f head of the detective agency nnd his son W Sherman Burns are lo go before the firand jury Koberts Wiiiils Hlncliiner Sheldon Clark Sinclair official for whom a subpoena hnn been Issued also will ace tho body early in tho week Monthly Jan It was sot as the date for opening of the second Sinclair trial Owen J Robert of speilal guvnrn ment oil filed a motion ing that If M BJnckmer important but missing witness in the case a gainst Sinclair and Fall be required to sliow causo why ho should not be MRS McKlTKICK Officeis luivo failed to reveal any which would lend them to tlio lilcntity HID sluyer of Mra Eliza beth JIcKitrich 73 year old Zwlti woniiin whuao body was found in her homo A sum variously estimated nt from to is reported inlsshii Library Trustees Refuse to Quit Posts on Request of Big CHICAGO Nov Thompsons America First slogan continued today to reverberate nt home and abroad After tho mayor hud reiterated his demands that members of the Chicago library board who were not In sym pathy with hia Idaus tender their res counsel Samuel Informed JiJm tlio director woro liable to Indictment by a gniml Jury Mayor Thompson charged tho di rectors with iwtnltlinz tlio salo of i pamphlet fur 1 cents in the Uruiy TIio booklet In question recommends a reading which tho mayor con tends in Their sale tlio mayor warned was In violation oC the law Tho directors continued to ignore his demands for James M Brady hotel and theater owner of Sarnln a visitor in hlcngo declared that a large percent age of Canadians wore supporting Thompson in his campaign against roBriiisU propaganda Tho northeastern Ohio teachers as sociation meeting in Cleveland drew up n demanding that poli keep their hands off the nub ll KCllOOls From big business came a warning that Thompsons campaign American exports while iron London denial was of rcitrun tesdmoiiy concerning British of tho American i a trial session of Wllllum Tho mayor Is seeking o Andrew is supenntonilnnt of public Des Moines Man Heads Iowa Insurance Company KEOlCLMc Nov C of has hoeii prOKldrnt of tlio eomprjiiy fill tiu of William Uwin lr rormoidiicDr at railroads of Urn nnd judged in contempt for Jo ap pear lit tho reciint triil after served in Prance Jtistlco Slddons took this action under advlacmcnt of Jllacirnrrs at torneys TriCity Symphony to Open Season on Sunday HOCK ISLAND Nuv Tho trlcity nympiiony onhrstra with a membership oC M rnusieiuns crulled from Ihi of all clticu will open itn 12th senxun Sunday nflrrnocn lir Hock Inland Ludwlg Uecktr at Augusta cul under the direitlun fisilrcs fol liunr period ending at a m Vaiiiriiiiy At a in to that JUKI any of its old t i in liie w man minimum of fnwa Friday night hj tcrniiiialtiri lourbeil 2 ilcgroi ant at oVlork Saturday rournlnf t had only iviui VIS u fur Lu in thinking ahum lllu HIGH OFFICIAL Breaking Dams Swollen Rivers May Cost Many Lives in East NEW BEDFORD NOT pnrsmiB including Uent Gov S Ilolliatcr Jnclison ot Arormont lost their lives In Darre in tho Hood there a radio message from tiie Barre Times to the Associated Tress anil iilclted up hero by amateur station toilny said Sfifi NEW VORK Nor Appreiieiislon increased today over tho fata ot tho floodawepfe i city of Moiitpcllcr from which nn direct won lias heeu rccolvedy sinco n nrief Associated Presn wireless last nlRht Tlio Capllai reservoir is reported to1 imvo given way with mmorefl loss ot life WASHINGTON Kov S Atty Gen Sargent said today he hail received word that his homo at LutJi low had been Inundated hy tils cw England floods 1 The Attorney Generals report ho said thru Boston Ha was lh formed that hia wifo nnd grandchild who are in Ijinllow arc safe having gone to higher ground with other idcrits of tho place Tho report Bald that the flood alaii iiad done considerable damageabout President Coolidges ancestvU home at Plymouth but those familiar wita the lay of tho land there nellevo the Coolldge house la on too high ground to bo reached by the rising waters Ireslilci6 Summons PJnncs Nor President Coolldgo has orflered seveial army planes to fly from Boston over tho New JSngland flood area In the hope of obtaining Information la to tho extent ot the disaster there Mr CooUdsi also has directed Sec retary Davis of tho war department of Vermont to ascertain if tlm govern ment can be ot any aid to the states 11 meeting relief demands Neither tho president nor Attorney Sargent whoso homes nt Plymouth and Liullow were in flood area had any detailed In ormation on tho situation Ircsiilent Greatly Concerned Tho president was represented ae leing greatly concerned over the re ports and expects tho aviators to back information which will lolp him to formulate any plans of ra ief should they bo necessary Under direction oC tho president var department also instructed Maj en Preston Brown conimrviider of ho corps area at Boston to exert every effort to ascertain tho extent if tho flood and to direct necessary ellef moasurcs Uavls said after 1 call t tho white house that it trouM ifl entirely with Oen Brown ag to tow many niiplanos ehould bo flown tiin flood zone If It in found ary to srnd relief nupplifis or iu1 tiie army headquarters at Boston vlll furnish tliein of raves IjMt Nov message from Barro Vermont licked ur at 2 a ni today by enant O Donald Meservo ot thio own operating amateur station 1FL laid that there wero reports of heavy oss of lifo from the flood In Mont Cller but that they had not yet been onfirrned Tiie briff message said nothing of oss of lifi in IJarro and gave no fnr drttalls A from Newport at 1 in told of the drowning TWIN TO IAfiE 15 POOR PA By Claude Callan buys wife raisoil rral poor an him hfijin Miitkin up for it us M 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