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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 3, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                fITH 10 WAS DAILY NEWSPAPER EDITED rue MoMf AND MASON CITY SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA MONDAY SEPTEMBER 3 1928 FINAL EDITION CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED RRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT NO 283 DRAG STREAM FOR BODY OF CHINESE YOUTH BORAH TO BEGIN HIS FIGHT FOR G 0 P Standard Bearer Spends Quiet Holiday at Home By JAMES L WEST Associated Press Siaft Writer WASHINGTON Sept almost everyone else Berber iiuover today observed Labor day by abstaining from work with the inten tion ot spending the holiday very quietly with his family and a friends at home The weekend letup in his drive fo the presidency gave the republica candidate opportunity to review th work thus far done and to study som of the suggestions which came to hin In his recent conferences with part leaders from various sections of th country Plans Fishing Trip Before leaving Wednesday c Thursday for several days of fishir on Chesapeake bay Hoover will mei with a number of those entruste with carrying a major share of tl burden ot national campaign speak ing and will give his personal atten tion to an accumulation of mail Among those who are to call at the nominees headquarters is Senator Borah of Idaho who Is to begin his tour at tjig Hoover Iri v yaded the east tor the delivery oC his iirat address In that section The Idaho senator ranked among the leading independents in the sen ate has made no engagement beyond that at Detroit on Sept 10 but he said today he would speak in both the east nnd the west I am going to see Mr Hoover while I lie said but I sluill personally arrange my speaking llln will Mention Proliiliidim Asked it hewould talk about prohi bition In the east Borah said he most assurredly would He also will dis cuss farm relief and other issues Other senate leaders upon whom the republican organization Is relying to carry the party message to the voters Include Johnson of California Brook hart of Iowa and McNary ot Oregon all Identified with the independent group Watson of Indiana Capper of Kansas and Fess of Ohio f 1 WBraiW Missing Rockfora Aviators Safe at Mt Evans Says Labor Day Finds Miners Unshaken Prohibition Defeated by Australian STONEY Australia Sept Prohibition was defeated by more than two to one in the new South Wales referendum Saturday Voting compulsory The count showe in favor ot prohibition and agnlnst it Fight Is Still for Right to Official Proclaims INDIANAPOLIS Sept Despite what has been done by the powers of oppression to break the pirit of the miners the United Mine Workers America still holds its banners aloft unsullied and unbeat John Lewis International president of the mine workers de clared today in his annual Labor day statement His statement in part read In the year that lias passed since last Labor day It has become more dif ficult than ever before foV men en gaged In to earn a living for themselves families Story ot Loyalty Powerful influences set to work long ago to bring about this situation Thru the use ot every known imple ment ot industrial warfare honorable and dishonorable benign and brutal they unceasingly have endeavored to degrade the miners ot this country destroy their manhood corrupt their citizenship starve their families and throw them out of their homesin ord er to pauperize these tollers and them to the will ot the coal operators lonehanded the miners have met the barbaric enemy on the ricldT6f industliil bailie and mide the tight for selfpreservation In nil the history o industry there is no pase that tells a more stirring story ot loyalty to principle and liberty is on It cannot stop j until the workers of this land have won their right to live and enjoy the things that belong to them This conflict is historymaking in its im portance Know How lo FRlt In spiteot all that has been done y the powers of oppression to break lie spirit ot the miners in spite of all hat has been done with cruet force o compel these men to surrender hemselves into poverty and degrada ion the United Mine Workers of Am irlca still hold Its banners aloft un ullied and unbeaten The of American know how to fight and hey do not hesitate to fight even It they must fight alone Thats the true nirit of trade unionuini Hall the new year of labor la ibr so carry on and conduct its af airs as to make it a year of greatest irogross in the firm establishment o he great fundamental principles upon which trade unionism is WRECKS CAUSE OFSIXJEATHS Three Persons Killed As Trains The GlobeGazette Offers Readers Book on Dress Fitting Homemade a n d readymade clothes may just as well fit correct ly and you can make them do so This new authentic booklet com pletely illustrated shows how to plan and cut new dresses so that they will fit and how to alter mis fitting garments Fifty1 common errors In fitting shown with methods of correcting them How to fit neck shoulders armholes sleeves hips bust and all other parts of the dress No two figures are exactly alike and to fit clothes correctly you must know how to use patterns and ad just them information bu reau has just obtained a limited supply o these very useful txpk lets by expert government author Hies and will send you L copy for 4 cents postageand handling cust Use the coifpon Frederic J Hasliin Director The Mason City ilobeGnzetfe Information Bnreuu Washington D C I inclose herewith 4 cents In coin or slanips for a copy of Hie booklet FITTING DRESSES ANH BLOUSES Street Cliy Slate s Strike Cars j at Crossings I BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS I A UTOMOBILE accidents In Iowa over the weekend resulted in the death ot six persons with Injuries to 15 others Two of the Injured are re ported in critical condition Tfic dead Frank J Rodders 33 Rockwell Fcni Kodgcrs 314 Rockwell Frank Tracey 22 Carroll Harry He Ment 5 Slouv City Milton Brooks S3 Council UluEis Oneyearold child Crum Bedford Mis Lium fn i ieilous condl tion following the acciddnt near Bed ford Saturday in which her baby was killed The automobile in which they were riding driven by Mrs ArchVc McCoun turned over twice and Mrs McCouii andtha the daughter of George Halter received slight bruises Three accidents occurred early Sun day in the vicinity of Carroll F L Rodgcra his wife and two daughters were driving from Ilockwell City to Des Moiues when their car was struck TURN TO PAGE 10 COLUMN 7 FRENCH CABINET MEMBER KILLED Bokanowski Air Minister Meets Death in Plane Crash PARIS Sept sudden nose dive of an airplane and its crash in flames have robbed France of her youngest cabinet member Maurice Bokanowski minister of corn mcrce and aviation Four others Gabriel Hanin pilot I Jean Vidal mechanic Henri Willlns radio operator and Edouard Lefranc general secretary of an airplane com pany also perished in the crash near Toul Just previous the plane Bokanowivski while chatting with Gen Du Pcrray snd Captain Houbprt said newspapermen Insinuato that 1 never fly that I all possible pre cautions even when I approach a piano standing still Ton he continued as he jumped into the cabin of tho plnne an airplane trip has no terrors for Five minutes later lie was Premier Poincarc is expected to de cree that tlie minister died in the performance of ministerial BANDIT MURDERS CHICAGO MAN Witness to Previous Slaying Shot to Death in Garage CHICAGO Sept ban dits sun sighted by eyes that peered thru horn rimmed glasses got Al ircrt Pratt 10 early today Ue was shot to death liy one of three men who burst into the garage it which Pratt was employed and jerking him from a chair snarled ioure the guy we John Brown negro garage attend ant who was chatting with Pratt when the men entered snatched a pistol fioin ft desk drawer as Pratt foil and fired at the trio One oC them dropped His compan ions picked hint up and nil three es caped In an automobile One of the gunmen was identified as the man who nhot and seriously wounded Patrolman Walter Iloder near the same garage Saturday Prntt and Brown were witnesses of that at Flyers Taken Off Ice Floe in Greenland Airmen Had Walked for Two Weeks Thru Unexplored Country NEW YORK Sept Missing two weeks in the Arctic Bert Hassell and Parker Cramer American dyers were safe Lodny at Mount ISvanu Greenland the second stop on their projected flight from BocliCord to Stockholm Sweden While the world was becoming con vinced tljat they had Buffered the fate oC other aviators who perished daring the Atlantic they were making theft way over a 50 mile stretch o icy Greenland waste RAIN SWOLLEN STREAM MAKES WORK DIFFICULT Hunt Starts After Boys Clothes Were Found Word of the rescue of flyers came to the New York Times via its radio station in a dispatch from Prof H Hoobs leader of the University of Michigan Greenland expedition Members of the expedition which has a base at Mount Kvans brot the air BULLETIN Charges of dynamite were ex ploded iu the wafeiabove tKe 1arKcr mill dam shortly before iionn Monday in hopes that this would n ill in the recovery ot the body of Coon WOMB The explo sion hrot no results up to oclock ILLOW CREEK in its rainswollen depths is believed to hold the secret oC the disappearance of Coon Wong 16yearold local Chi nese youth whose clothing was found on the ledge of the dam at the old Parker Mill Sunday morning Mon day moaning local police officers under the direction of Chief Frank Snntord and volunteers headed by the Petty brothers Frank and w1 men to safety yesterday after picking wcro stm them up in the icy wastes a short distance from the base Flyers Are Not Hurt The flyers were uninjured All hungry having lived on a ration eight tremmfcan iiiiayv TexoeneEtjEff Britt Farmers Auto Stolen Near Tent Show BRITT Sept car belonging to Clarence Smith living southeast of Britt was stolon one nght last The family hfll left the car parked outside i lent Mi Smtli hnd just put on new tires had the engne ovir hauled and It was full of fias Uotii Marshal Xaser and Sheriff llnnson were notified hut as yet no clew has been found to the Identity of the thieved Will Rogers BBVERUT HILLS Sept 3 Calles oE Mexico Issued a very unusual statement He said When my time is up I will get out I wont accept the job of provisional president till one Is elected and I also wont at any future time accept the presidency of In nil our 150 years ot politicians we have never had one say that On their dying bed they believe they will some day get back into office But Ambassador Morrow always told me that this was ft very un usual man this Callea and that he hiid none of tho earmarks of a politician It ho great If Mexico started electing liy the Ijallot In iitcad of by the bullet and us electing by the ballot Instead of ly the bullion Yours i WILL ROGEKS J Copyright HOPE RENEWED FOR AMUNDSEN Sighting of Bonfire Raises Belief Arctic Explorer May Be Safe COPENHAGEN Sept 1 The reported flighting by Norwegian sealers ot a big bonfire In Edge Is land one ot the Spitsbergen group has raised tho rmestion here whethcr Roald Amundsen and his live com panions might not be alive A float from the plane in which they flew to join the Italin rescue work was brbt to Tromsoc Norway on Sat urday lending to the belief that the men had perished The sealers who saw the bonfire fortnight aso were quoted in a dis patch from Tromsoo as expressing a belief that tlin fire might he connected with the missing six men who away in the iialloon part of the after the fatal crash on May 25 Burlington HawkEye Sold Aue Will Start California Snydicate BURLINGTON Sopt Sale ot stock In tlie Burllng ton HawkBye morning newspaper was announced here Saturday night by Mrs Hattic H Southwell and Johiv F n Aue retiring owners The purchasers are 1 Tracy Jarrett associates Harold E Morgan George S Tracy and rtolicrt Getty all of Mrs Scott S Durand Lake Bluff 111 A us will remove to California be announced where lie is organising n syndicate of newspapers Gairctt after a number of years as editor of the HawkEye will become editor and publisher Morgan will be business manager and Getty wiir continue oa managing editor SCREEN ACTOR FREED IN COURT RACEPROGRAM MAIN ATTRACTION City Pauses for Observance oi Labor Day Picnics and Outings Planned Labor day was being observed Mon day in Mason City by picnics tours family gatherings and journeys to other communities The center of attraction locally was tho motorcycle races nnd air oir cus program at the North Iowa fail grounds This scheduled tj Ingin I I oclock Stores as well as the courthouse nnd city hall were closed for the day Practically every Institution In the city ceased its activities for the day to help labor celebrate Coolidge Son Prepares to Leave Brule Mother Sad as John Gets Ready to Leave Family Circle eriouR bed of the rapacious creel vhtch has already taken a toll of one Ifft this season V was accustomed la Shortage of gasoline forced the air men down on the ice arm of Point Sukkerloppcn on Aug 15 Point Suk or evening The clothes which were Cound by other youthful members of the swlmmin1 hole gang were we kcrtoppen is a headland on the showing that they had lain there dur ut 50 tlio Saturday Tarn Is Found Not Guilty of Battery Charges ANGELAS Sept Tom Mix screen cowboy and former Texas ranger hns been vindicated by tho court for using bis fists to reply the wise cracks ot Will Morris soy stnge comedian about the future the silent Tom and his horse Tony In tho talking Mix was acquitted of battery charges in his trial In municipal court after the judge had declared that the western star hrul acted only as any pruden redblooded man would act in tho battle that came early one Sunday morning at the end of n beach house warming party Summing up the evidence in case Judge Wilson concluded that both Morrissey mil his wife MidKlo Miller wore intoxicated at time of the afterparty struggle that the comedian provoked Mix by a vol ey of profanity and that the screen actor had a right to defend hlmsOt from the verbal and fistic attack west coast of Greenland abou miles southwest ot Mt Evans at the base of which the Iloolyi expedition had prepared a landing field for the airmen Tlioplane was not damaged For two weeks the airmen traveled over Ihe icy surface and thru wild and un explored country hoping to reach safety A fimokc signal they sent up brot members of the expedition in a motor boat to their rescue as they wandered over the wastes taken across a fjord to Camp Ijloyd three miles from the radio station at Mount Bvansi Forced Off Course Apparently Hassell and Cramer had been forced off their course by adverse weather when they attempted to fly from Cochrane Ontario to Mount Evans a distance of miles on the second leg ot their flight Hopping off from Cochranc in their monoplane Greater Korkford at p eastern standard on A IS the airmen worn sighted over KlKkcnaossct about 200 miles suntli of 1oint Sulikertoppen at n n tho next morning News ot their sighting over Fiskci aesset was not received however until Aug 3 when the Danish giivern ment mfidc public a report from the Greenland administration announcing TUUN TO PAGK 10 COIOIN R rain The supionion sept 3 Prepnmtlons forwhat may ho John Coolidges permanent separation from the home of his parents cast a gloom over the summer white house today and accounted for most of tho activ ity there where bags and trunks were being packed for his Journey east tonight Anticipating with great sorrow the departure of her son on his way to find a job nnd to work out his own Minnesota University Alumni to See Memorial Dedication on Oct 20 MTNNEAPOUS Alumni of the University ot Minncso ta who will como to the campus fir annual Homecoming festivities Oct 2 will be witnesses to an event duled on the customary bill of enter talnmcnt Tho Cyrus Northrop Memorial aud torium which when completed wil cost will be dedicated at cei future Mrs Coolldge watched am helped in uking hla luggage Sad Jit cniJv now ttl the ohliivh services nt Urulc her vyvn had had IOWA FORECAST Generally fair MnniTay nishl and Tuesday Conlimird cool Mon day Dsht bul warmer Tncsdjiy LOCAL STATISTICS wcalhrr foi 21 hour period ending m S oclock m Monday Highest Snnilay M Decrees Ixiwest in Night Degrees At 8 A M 151 Degrees Trace of rain For like period ending at S oclock 1 m Sunday Highest Snliirflny BO Decrees Jrfiwist In Ntglit 4t Degrees Rainfall of an Ineh If September Is serloiwly InlmidinK to live up to Us reputation forturn Ing out a hot first week it will havn to be about the job Ixitorc long Altho Saturday provided a maximum of SO degrees this isnt in the same class with the high points of the days a year ngo this time iJibor day dawned cloudy but by 0 oclock the sun bad made its appearance Ijoys reported their discovery to Mrs C W Damon Tlock Glenn who In tltlUj notified police CouldnCt Lift tiafcs All day Sunday and until 10 oclock In the evening members oC tho police lepartment the Pettybrothers Charles Smith anil other volunteort ittemptcd to find tho body above and jclow the dam An effort was made release the gates of the ton jacks were borrowed from the Northwestern Slates Portland Cement ilant hut the workers were unable to ift the gates Three timbers were finally taken off with little effect on the flood watcra which poured over the masonry arly Monday morning workers re sumed tho search but noun no trace of the liofly Imd boon found several hours Monday morning Frank Petty handling a light skiff like a Canuck rapids held the craft In lie boiling nipifls below Hie iliim while a companion probed with a poe Hut to no avail Last Seen Saturday Wiuis hud hern doing oild jobs aliont town lie had been employed it tho cafe until lust Thurs ilay when he mill Investigation by 1nllce SunrUiy at his rooming plnee 7i First street southeast showed hut ho had not occupied his room Saturday night He was reported by lion Mnitin to have been soon coming from the swimming hole late Saturday after noon llo relatives In Mason City His father mul a halt brother live in Snn Francisco Xoveiiiiicr will Ml the story but yon must wnit cvrn lonfrcito use Imw it I ho it llavenporl Times cmonlts appropriate to the stndlum auditorium drive of several yearn av which mode roiiMtruotion Tlui lilt Mrutturo will iml fn Ishod for another year tlie with tears when will he the day of the told John Taylor the blind of old grads for their special bcivflt Ceremonies will hegin some time pror preacher at the church that after toCeremonies win negm 1 to the game witlrtho ITnlvcr TURN TO PAGE tp COLUMN 7 of Chicago in Memorial stadium AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen Emmie she makes her girls tell her cvcrtliing because its her duty to guard em but its just be cause she loves I i   

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