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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 4, 1928, Mason City, Iowa xo WAS DAILY NEWSPAPER rne AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES yQLTXXXV UNITED PRESS AKH NEWS Envies MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 4 1928 FTVB CENTS PER COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE REPORT NO 284 FRENCHMEN U S BOUND LAND IN MOROCCO ARCTIC JOURNEY OF MAGELLANS IS HEARING END Unable to Find Proof of Norse Settlers 1 QTDNKT N Sept I end of Commander Donald B Mac Millans eleventh venture in tho Arc tic was drawing near today with one of the principal objects ot the explora tion stiU that ever reached Labrador The expedition aboard the schooner put in here yesterday from Nain Labrador for fuel and then pre pared to continue on to Wiscasset from whence It sailed In June 1027 f But altho the explorer brot back no conclusive evidence to confirm tradi tion of early Scandinavian settlers his party did succeed in fixing tha boun daries ot Arctic plant fish and bird 1 i at a line much farther north than had been previously supposed I Has Specimens Included among the specimens aboard the schooner were many va 1 rieties hitherto not thot to exist in those regions u A sttfry of how the wreck oE Hudson Bay companys steamer Bay Rupert had proved the salvation of starving Eskimo settlements of north 1 crn Labrador and oC a visit to Koil f Island in Froblsher flrts attempted settlement of white k pnen in the subArctic were high lights TURN TO PAGE 14 COLUMN B Forest Fires Destroy California Homes FOR HOOVER Will Rogers Says SANTA MONICA Sept They are having Uio air races out bere next week with planes coming from all over America so get your town marked with Its name so an aviator can tell where you are even it nobody else knows and get you a flying Held even It you have to trade your chamber of commerce for it And paint your name even 1C you have to trade your Rotarys Ki wants Lions Tigers Tadpoles Civitans or any other organized form catin lor the paint to do it with So Babe wouldnt meet Hoover Maybe lie thot it was some new pitcher they was bringing Into the league Seo where Stratton got more votes for At Smith again yesterday Yours Copyright When Great Nations Signed Pact to Outlaw War IMMERMANHAS CONTINUE HUNT IN CREEK FOR YOUimODY Drowning Theory Held Correct After Finding Passport Secretary of State Frank R KcllogB nrrivhiB at G ure St Pans I ranee for the siffumg of Briand Kclloge pact to outlaw war Left to right M master ot ceremonies at the Elysees palace Secrctarj Chtappe prefect ot police Pierre do Foiiquiercs KelloBR MncKenzle Kins Canadian premier Mis Kellogg nnd American ambassador to France Myron T arge Vole Expected in Wis consins Primary Election MILWAUKEE Sept six weeks campaign particularly rjvigorous as it pertained to the three gubernatorial contest promised bring out an unusually large vote the Wisconsin primary election to Predictians were that the total i vote would reach L Gov Fred Zimmerman seeking a term has found stern cam competition from Representa ive Joseph B Beck progressive re publican and Walter J Kohler 1 manufacturer running as a conser ivatlve Both democrats and republicans were nominating state tickets as well candidates for United States sena congress and the legislature Senator Hobert If LaFollette the U S senator from Wiscon 1 ttVsln was seeking tho republican nomination for a full sixyear term He wag opposed by George W Meade ji i of Wisconsin Rapids manufac turer and capitalist M K Rellly Fond Du Lac attorney who served in congress from 19121D24 was the democratic candidate for the I senate Workers searching the body ot Wong Koon were preparing at 2 oclock Tuesday afternoon to immttR tlm limberclogged flume Inside the old Parker mill in an ef fort to release tho water liackeil above the dam Tlio workers were joined in the search Tuesday morning by three former fellowworkers of Koons George chef at the Park Inn Cafe ami the Clump brothers of Hie Chinese laundry IEF the part of local police hat the muddy depths of Willow creek still hold the body of Wong BEL tl HOOVER IS TO TALKATNEWARK G 0 P Nominee Planning First Address in Doubt ful East By JAMBS L WEST Associated Press Stall Writer WASHINGTON Hflrbertmoover tion third preparedaddress of the campaign which wilt bedelivered at Newark N probably the latter part of the next week This will be the first appearance ot the republican presidential candidate In tho east upon which section some of his advisors believe he should con centrate during the next month with addresses in New York home of bib democratic opponent Boston and other cities However Hoover has Hindu no com mitments beyond his Newark speech which will be given in the center of GIANTS TAKE FIRST GAME 9 TO 4 HOMER GIVES ROBINS WIN PHILADELPHIA Sept The Giants took the first game of a doublchcader from the Phillies today 9 to 4 New York 020 100 IS 1 Philadelphia 000 003 8 0 Ilubbel and Hogsm King Ferguson and Davis Home Run Brings Victory BOSTON Sept home BrookljTi Becond man gave the Bobtns a 3 to 2 victory over the Braves In the first game of a double header today Brooklyn 200 000 35 0 Boston 7 0 Vance and Deberry Greenfield Cooncy and Taylor HOOVER GIVEN SLOANSUPPORT General Motors President Says He Has Always Been for Nominee Sept P SloanY president ot General Mo tora corporation is out for Herbert The GlobeGazette Offers a Booklet on Fitting Dresses Simple methods ot making your clothes fit right are described and Illustrated clearly in this new bulle tin How to alter patterns how to fit necks shoulders and sleeves Garments already made can be made to fit and you can make cer tain of correct fitting In future dresses The simple clear instruc tions In this fully illus trated are of great value whether you make your own clothes or buy them ready made Our Washington information bu reau will send you a copy of this 30page booklet telllnsr how correct ly to fit dresaes and blouses for 4 cents In coin or stamps to cover postage and handling Use the coupon below Koon 16 yearold Chinese youth who disappeared last Saturday after leav ing his clothes on a ledge at the site of the old Parker Mill was strengthen ed Tuesday morning with the discov ery of Koons passport In hia room at 27 12 First street southeast Various rumors concerning alleged statements by Koon that someone is going to kill and that he was going to leave prompted the Investigation All oC Koons clothes some cigarets and passports were found In the room which his landlady stated he had not occupied since Fri day night Renewing Efforts The opinion was expressed by his countrymen in the Chinese hand laun dry that Koon would not have left the city without his passports Believing that their efforts had not been mis directed the local police and volun teers who had been dragging and prob ing tho creek bed for the past days renewed their efforts Tuesday morning n Fully a score of dynamite charges t off aboveand below the dam Mon day failed to raise the body Officers Leo Hisacher nnd Hnroid Wolfe cx iloring the creek for two miles below TURN TO PAGE 14 COLUMN 7 the great northern New Jersey dustrial district and will deal largely with labor The nominee touched on this subject briefly in his acceptance address and is expected to elaborate particularly upon tho question of the use of injunctions In labor disputes In his address at Stamford univer sity on Aug 11 Hoover said the re publican party stood for the curtail ment of the excessive use of the In Marathoners Finish After Men Members at Des Moines Sleep Past Rest Period CALL SENT FOR MORE MEN TO PROTECT HOMES Residence of Jackie Coogan in Path of Flames SAX FRANCISCO Sept Two torcst fires one in northern California and tile other in the ex treme southern part of the state con tinued to burn out ot control today harrasslng ranchers forestry officials and tired fire fighters Believed to have been throttled after a long battle the fire which sent its withering blast over several thou sand acres In the Pine Valley section near San Diego burst anew lust night covering another acres and de fying efforts of fighters on u four mile front After 22 summer homes were de stroyed weary men battling desper ately saved the pretentious home ot Jackie Coogan youthful mollon pic ture star Last night lie flames were reported southeast ot the Coogan ranch Joseph B Elliott supervisor ot the Cleveland national forest sent a call to San Diego for 150 men In the northern part of the sUile noar Mount Shasta a force of 450 men hauling water over a rough country in an effort to suppress a fire which SIXJAN JK Tile president of General Motors corporation above lias announcer his support ot ho republican nominee Jlio former chairman of the finance committee of the company John 1 Uaskob is dem ocratic national chairman already has laid waste acres of brush and timber land and was re ported out ot bounds The fores junction in labor He added that the republican platform also in dorsed tho principle of collective bar gaining and freedom In labor nego tiations The republican standard is expected to deal more fully with the tariff question in his Newark speech He intended to discuss this subject at West Branch during his home coming reception there last month but finally decided to reserve it for hia next public utterance DES MOINES Sept Footsore and weary the men mem bers oC the four couples remaining In the Hes Moines marathon dance put an end to the lonjj hop early this morning at the end of 7S7 hours by sleeping past the regular hourly rest leriotl Still fired with determination 01 rom hahit the four women members of tlic octet returned to the fioor for the seven hundred ninety eighth Frederic J Haskin Director The Mason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau D C I inclose herewith 4 cents In coin or stamps for a copy of the booklet FITTING DRESSES Street City Stale A slaierrient candidacy was issued by Sloan yester day six weeks after John J Haskob resigned as chairman of the finance committee Ot the corporation when he bccnmo chairman of the democratic national committee and almost four weeks after a leave of absence ns chairman of tho boflrd of directors was granted Pierre S elu Pont later publicly announced Ills support to Governor Smith In his statement Sloan said he had always been for Hoover and made a pubic indorsement now because many ot ills friends had been questioning him as to his His indorsement for Hoover was made he said because he believed the republican nominee was tile man best titled to carry on the Coolidge poli cies under whose administration this country has had its greatest prosper ity nig an advoCxite of prohibition Sloan added Having been Intimately connected with Industrial problems for many years I am thoroly convinced that pro hibition has Increased our national ef ficiency has added to the purchasing power of tlie people and Riven us an advantage In our competition for for trade troled in another day The McCIoud River Lumber com TRIO HOPED TO REACH N Y IN 40HOUR FLIGHT American Firm Is Sent Word to Arrange for Reception k BULLETIN CABABLANCA Mo rocco Sept The yellow Canary Bird plane which hopped with Jean Rene Lefcvre and Armond Lotti from Le Bonrget field near Paris this morning landed here at p in today The plane started on what was believed here to be an attempt at a non stop flight to New York STATICDELAYS DETAILS OF TWO FLYERSMIESCUE Hassell and Cramer Are NEW YORK Sept pt pany yesterday closed itg activitie nnd sent its employes to combat th blaze nenr Mount Shasta and a minor one in the vicinity of Yreka Kast of Bakersficld Democrat Hot Springs the blaze which had eaten Its way over acres was reported under control Come Home jubliclty firm at Giliespia and Kusterer received a cable from their Paris representative today announcing that the French plane Canary Bird was headed for Mftclicl Field L and expected to make tlio nonstop flight in about 40 hours Dispatches rom Le Bourgct had Indicated that ho plane might go either to New York or South America Aasoiant Ijcfovro and the cable read left Paris time Assolnnt carrying letter for you Anticipating 40 hours flylnit or more Please make recBpthm arrangements at Mltchel A Iho flyers had lean managers ot tha flight MISW Ims hour of semisomnambulism and the to find cotitest PENROSEBACKS SMITH CAMPAIGN Relative of Dead Senator Deserts Republicans for New Yorker WASHINGTON Sept Announcement was made today at the office of Henry C Hanshrough for mer republican senator from North Dakota that Spencer Penrose of Colo rado would support Governor Smith for president and that it was hoped that Richard Quay of Pennsylvania would take a similar attitude Penrose Is a brother of the late Sen ator Boles Penrose long a power in Pennsylvania republican political af fairs Quay Is a son of tho late Sen ator Matthew Quay of Pennsylvania who also was a staunch republican Penrose wrote that ho was opposed to Hoovers prohibition stand Quay said he was glad to be In the same political boat with Hansbrongh who recently announced his opposition to Hoover ROBINSON IN SMITHDEFENSE Assails Foes of Governor in Campaign Thru Texas Jty HAIYTEB CIIAMRIJX Associated Press Staff Writer ROBINSON SPKCIAIi CAR KN TO CISCO Texas Sept opened his campaign with nn attack upon those assailing Governor Smiths personal and re ligious records Senator Ttohinson moved onward today from Dallas to Cisco another Texas city for his sec ond address in his drive for the vfce presidency on the democratic ticket While lie has not announced the sub ject of his address tobe delivered at S p m tonight he has indicated he might enter into a discussion of the qualifications of the democratic stand ard bearer for the presidency Mr Robinson Is known to have pre pared a speech on this subject nnd is believed In this to have touched again tiio attitude of the New York gover nor on tho relationship between state and church Afcr delivering a prepared address on tho democratic partys position Toward Inhor in Unllns yesterday Mr Itoblnsnn clewed with a brief review of the governors record In New iork stale themselves deserted declared a draw Will Divide Prize Money The men snored in concert having agreed to end the 33 day old trek and divide tho prize money With the official word that that was all and they would get 315 each for their efforts Die women readily sec onded the action their partners Hopping oft at 8 p Aug 2 lions with 2S other couples the four surviving duos shuffled with varying degree oC terpsichoroan thru 4r of each succeeding hour devoting the remaining IS minutes to seeking Morpheus Day by day the competitors slept away until four days ago only the finalists were left To hurry the finale they actually danced thru 15 periods daily inntead of only two pei hour as required by the rules even that failed to get quiek enough re suits wherefore the sleeping agree ment Claim lie Record The last sleepers are Morris Sapcr stein of Newark N and Florence Meyers PCS Moines Sherman Porter ofDes nnd Pauline Butterton ot Audubon Nick Pappas DCS Moines featherweight boxer and Evelyn Nor man of DCS Moines and Herman Car lisle and Lovysa Thompson both of Des Moines They claim the record under the rules used here the only marathon exceeding the local time that in Mil waukee having had 20 minute real periods every hour JOHN COOLIDGE IS ON WAY EAST Mans for Future of Presi dents Son Still Care fully Guarded SUPERIOR Sept jnce to every man comes the time he nust start the quest for his estiny The time had come tor John oolidge today Somewhere enroute to the east leckonlng with opportunities Uie son the nations president was apced ng toward the beginning of a career Uways to youth this time of life has meant the commencement of high acl always to parents it has been an hour of acute sadness John Coolidge faced his future 1111 ler circumstances unlike those con ranting most American youths cir cumstances that carried both advan tage and disadvantages As the son of tho president of tlic United States there were many offers presumably open to him On the other hand there was th inevitable publicity accom panying the movements of one whose father guides the destinies of n world power Every effort has been made however to remove as far as posslblo this handicap Ills plans for the immediate future were care fully guarded Other than that lie was going East there was no definite word of how or in what field John Coolidge planned to shape his career YORK Sept the of an ice gap in Greenland two daring adventurers of the air to duy were res tins and tlitnlclns of how to return TioclJloril soon as possible The plane in which Hert Hassell and Parker Cramer had made perilous nonslop flight of some SOO miles from Cochrsine Ontario starting from Itoekfortl was ICO miles away abandoned and perhaps smashed In weather typical ot Greenland the crndlo oC Stalc Details The marvel of radio enabled news of their safely dots progress after afoot two weeka to reach the MYSTERY FLIGHT United States in two minutes But static n iiane which science yet to conquer witlicld details of their struggle of 100 miles by the most pri mitive method ot movement in the Arctic when the most modern had failed them The radio station of the New York Times which received news Sunday of the flyers safely rom tho Univer sity of Michigan Greenland Expedition it Mount EvaiiK could obtain hut fragmentary messages Monday iiel managed to tet word thru that his plane was about 100 miles from the camp of the expedition which resound he flyers Tlic plane wan un damaged when the flyers sUirtetl their trek to tho camp hut heavy winds soon afterward Indicated to Hassel the possibility that the Greater Rock ford might be smashed lie made inquiries about boat con TURN TO PAGE 11 COLUMN 7 Who remembers the good old days when you could go inlo a meat mar ket and order twenty cents worth of without using an apologetic Signal EMMY MILBUfcN FOR THOUGHT SHE WULb FIND story THE LITTLE IN THE THURSDAY SEPT 6 31 Planes Entered in CoasttoCoast Race Starting on Wednesday ROOSEVELT FiivLD N Sept 4 of more than planes tlio national trans continental air races starting tomor row were on the They were mostly planes entered in class A largest of the three divisions in point of numbers which will he the first to Ret away starting at Ti a m tomorrow Two other proiips elass H and part of class C start Thursday at 4 a m The nonstop race for planes In Class C Rets under way Sept 12 Nonstop craft must have room for at least a pilot and a pas senger Prizes tolaiintr will he awarded In the three divisions Clarence Chnmberlin was a late en try in Class A Col Art Clochel and Harry Tucker who recently set the nonstop fllsht record from lo coast are favored to win tho non stop race IOWA FORECAST Mostly fair Tuesday night ami Slowly rising temper STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for i hour period endini il 8 oclock a in Tuesday Highest Degrees Ixiwest ill Night ID Degrees At 8 A M Tuesday HI Degrees Monday nights minimum was tho lowest temperature recorded in Xorth Iowa for several months If there was frost however It missed the of the GlobeGazettes official weather observer There was an uncommonly heavy dew The wind Tuewlny morn ing had shifted from northwest into the southwest and this along with a bright sun was an augury of warmer weather Just ahead BOURGET France Sept destination shrouJed in mystery three Frenchmen sped to ward the southwest today In a bright yellow monoplane the Canary Bird on a transAtlantic flight Whether their destination was New York or South America remained tu be sein After a succession of postponements and false starts duo to tlio more of less volatile temperaments of hrr pilots flying Berffoaitts lran hint and Rene Lefrevre the French army the Canary Bird slipped out of cage this morning and the mys tery began Armand their backer accompanied them Commandant Weiss Mm superior officer said they were going to the Azores and If the weather favorable they wottlil head for Halifax Claim Goal Is Rio Chlof Pilot Painnrd of tho Bernard company which built tlio plane nn nounced after the takeoff that tlio fly ers because of adverse winds over tlm Atlantic were going over a course of some milcH to Rio they would BO by of Dakar gencgal ami Pernambnco in an at tempt to carry off the prlzn offered for the first nonstop flight from Paris to Kio Janeiro Commandant Weiss nald If thn wind was unfavorable at tho Azores piano would probably go down to Dakar presumably for a Jump acrosn tlio Atlantic from there allho tlia feat was never In their plans before The Canary took off at It developed good speed pilots of the military escort pianos said when they returned to Paris They had in tended to follow tlio transAtlantic fly ers to tinsea lnit turned back SO miles from Bourgct because they TURN TO PACK II COLUMN 1 AUNT HET By Robert Quillen I reckon we ought to of brot the preacher home foi dinner but I felt like Id burn up if I didnt get home an get 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