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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 29, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas AILY Kdited for the Home VOL XXXVI CTVE CENTS PBH OOP ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED VVIKB SEKV1CK HOME EDITION Old Guard Not Dead Tariff Fight Shows Strength of Group By CHARLES P STEWAHT March 29 CPA The o 1 gruard in the tl S senate no only neve yieldsit canno safely be consid ered dead unt mortification ac tually sets in Six or seve weeks ago vii tually all expert agreed that th old guardsmen could hardly sur Vive the1 licking they had taken thruout the whole tarif fight now in conference Game i to the last the veterans themselves were about ready to admit their i they had to perish they meant to do it gloriously with their bo6taTon Now look at them Besides being as alive as need be they have won the tariff fight in all its marn es sentials What a lesson for the young in such devotion to th heroic principle No surrender traded remalM to be TO go back to genesis The agrarians yowlins that the tariff which was such juky beefsteak for manufacturingwas prussic acid to agriculture The farmers complained that they had topay like sixty for everything they wave compelled to buy because made monopolists out of the folk they were forced to buy from but that they had to sell for what they could get 1 rasPrincipally to rescue agri luitnre from this called last extra session of congress I DEAD inasmuch as they already Were Turn Jo Page 8 Column 1 AUStmlAVOTE IS WET VICTORY Prohibition Poll Gives Drys Small End of Count March that the orjoonents of the prohibi would be The votes thus far gave those who voted no or the 255872 those who voted yes or the drvs polled 1SS025 The wets were fJS mgm every district but one lesterdays vote was the first in Jie history of the state of K SUCh a has been taken campaign was greatlv intensified during the closingVeeks and debate was widespread 1 The name of the United States Uigured prominently in pronatrnnrla 1 Which flooded every corner or he jjstate and every effort was ex Ihaustcd in the most intensive and 5 most widely talked of poll ever held Jm victoria Caraway and Garner Both Join in Scoring President March 29 concerted attack was directed at the record of the Hoover admin stration last night by three demo cratic congressional leaders Issuing statements or speakln bv they charged the president vitn lack of leadership asserted he administration had utteny col apsed and assailed the record of congress since Mr Hoover became president Thru the democratic national ommittee statements were issued y Senator Caraway of Arkansas nd Representative Garner of Texas he democratic leader in the house vhile Representative Byrns of Ten essee delivered an address ovei he National Broadcasting corn any chain in reply to a recent stin arly delivered speech by Senator ess of Ohio defending the admin tration Either Smile or Grieve Caraway seized upon a recen lessage from tlie president to th lame state republican conventio n which the chief executive sal hat the administration record jus VI SNOW WRECKS ROOF tflS people acd said made on doubt whether to smile or grieve The senator asserted that if Mr Hoovei is not aware of the utter collate of the administration both legislative and administrative he only intelligent person who is The farmers will be in a bad with the legislative achievements of this administration which hag to its credit only the so ca nd farm relief and tariff bills f Whicl1 Promises the slightest relief to oppressed ngricul asserted that there been a congress in the last hnS that has not done better than the present one listing as its accomplishments the passage of farm relief congressional reappor Jonment and tax reduction legis Names Chief Achievement At this time he said it ap pears that the crowning achicive Turn to Papo 8 Column To Put on Play OSAGE March Amer ican Legion will put on a threeact comedy Tommy April 3 and 4 Im the Seminary gymnasium ROSS Russell a member of the Legion is coaching the actors AUNT HET By Robert Quillen CAUSES SLAYING One Woman Dead Another Near Death and Two Hurt in Tennessee i IM to smoke like men remind me o little boys Give em about one more year an be J showin off how far they lean spit J March 29 woman was dead another was believed fatally wounded and persons were In a hos pital today sufferingfrom gunshot wounds as a result of a vUrft by Raymond Stone 27 to the home of his estranged wife yesterday btone shot to death Mrs Stones hfM Jeff polndeite so and then shot and wounded his wife Roxie 23 and her father Jctl 0 M grabbed Stones pistol and shot t Poindexter struck Stone with an ax after lie had been shot Jeff Poindexter received a bullet in the shoulder Little hone was held out for Mrs Stones re condition is criti cal stone began shooting when he was ordered out of the Poindexter farm home near here He said his wife filed divorce papers against hirn two months ago and he in tended to ask her to return home Former Detective of Des Moines Not Held on Charge DES MOINES March 28 Charges of tissaultwith intent t commit murder which were file againstWillard J Aiken forme city detective were ignored by th Polk county grand jury in its re Jort yesterdaj to Judge Thompson Ihe charges grew out of an alter ation Aiken had with George Dar and a grocery clerk which re suited in the latter being shot in the At his preliminary hearing Aiken clairnec the revolver was discharged by accident He was dis missed from he police force after a civil service hearing LEISSRlGQUITS MOTOR COMPANY Cedar Rapids Man to Be Manager of Ford Organ ization Here The announcement was made Sat urday that A A Leissriug of the Le1Ssring Motor company here had disposed of his holdings in the com pany and that the local Ford sales and service organization would bi under new management Monday L M Schukei nf ri Disgruntled prisoners who refus overturnedduring their throun thru Move to Aid France Isj Approved at White House By MiicKEXXlE Associated Press Staff Writer T ONDON March 2j principles which the American delegation has to guide pos sible United States participation m a suggested consultative agreement lor the benefit of France were said today on the highest authority to nave been fully approvedbv Presi dent Hoover This statement was in answer to press reports from Uie Washington correspondents of English news papers to the effect that the piebi clent was unfavorable to the Amei ican naval delegations open minded attitude towards u consultative pact lilITt Into Ui Ilillll lilM Meantime the British and Vreiich were said in conference circles to have run against formidable dim culties in trying to work out a se curity pact which would be a fore runner of any possible consultative agreement in which the United might participate represented as want h Schukei of Cedar Rapids will become the new manager and the firm will be known Its the Schukei Motor company fo inventory Mr Leissring who hag been here five years has made no announce ment of his plans for the future SCARFlCESENDS HIS REGRETS Gang Leader Has No Desire to Move to South Da 1 Icotas Black Hills March 29 phoniiCapone the well known gangster has sent his regrets Dangerous Visiting PROVIDENCE R I March 29 Lynch 21 barelv escaped deatn by drowning while trying to call on his girl friend He managed to swim to safety follow ing the capsizing of the rowbont in which he was enroute to the house hold witn winch Maude A makes her to the sent his Invitation to the Black iv DIICK HilU of South Dakota extended bv the Ripid City chamber of com merre And Gov W J Bulow who an nounced soon after the invitation was madi public that we dont want Capone or any of his kind in South Dakola need have no fear that the Chicago gangster will invade hh state Tiie Tribune today quoted Oapunp as wiving he appreciated the invi taliv but would save tlic govero the trouble of trying to keep him out l the state as he had no de sir to in the Black Hills Launch Reaches Frisco After Being Held Up by Fog AN FRANCISCO March 29 Fear for the safety of a chap eroned party of 12 young women nissmg all night on the yacht Gul are turned to joy and surprise here today when it wus found that al vcre safe and that they had been accompanied on their adventure bv 2 young men Fog overtook the vessel on a cruiso from Oakland to Paradise ove and they were forced to anchoi n Half Moon bay The girls members of the Calvin lub an organization connected vitu the First Presbyterian church f Berkeley set out yesterday for a rtuse down the coast to Half Moon ay On the return trip yesterday af crnoon they ran into a htfavy fog ff Point Monlara that forced them o put back to Half Moon bay The arty camped on the beach all night nd returned to San Francisco this morning all safe well and happy They did not realize their outing ad caused so much concern Meanwhile another ships mishap irned out to be less serious than it rst feared The crew of 3g of the npanese tanker Rhine Mam which ent aground off Point Sur UO miles south of bore were brot to San Francisco this moniin anl landed The schooner Cliirciuoni whirl was beached off the Presidio in the bay here last night wns still ground this morning but the crew wns in no clanger Cleveland Chemist and Bigamous Bride Wont Be Crematec VIENNA March 29 lllCon trnry to their dying wish the bodie of Dr Ernst Watzl Cleveland chem isl and inventor and his bigumou bride Mrs Mary MacGramilmi were not cremated together Al the lust minute in uncle o Mary MacGraiuilmn received i cable from her mother Mrs Kv Hovnrlh of Cleveland saying tha cremation was offensive to her re hgious sentiments Watzl shot Mrs MacGranahan and then killed himself in a hole icre Sundny IN TRIAL South Dakota Man Being Tried for Murder of His Mother uajLmR S Dalc March 20 T Whether stains found in and near the granary wliere the slate claims Mrs Anton Lapkc was killed last Dec 11 were made by human blood and what light they cast on the slaying today occupied the atten tion of the jury trying Alphonse Lapke 30 charged with his moth ers murder Expert testimony was presented by the state in an effort to prove that the purported bloodspots were made when the slain farm womans body was moved from the granary to the straw pile where it was found two days later Alphonse displayed no emotion yesterday when clothing taken his mothers body was identified in court by Donald McCullen under taker and introduced as state ex hibits security pact which would provide for material assistance in the event Great Britain was represented as unwilling to undertake any more military commitments Efforts to reconcile these views have been reported fruitless thus far and French headquarters dis played onaldctttljle pessimism to day tho the negotiators arc still working on the problem Oetails Sent o Hoovr The principles of the American clegatioi concerning possible consultative pact are understood to have been cabled to Preside Hoover by Secretary of Stale Stim son and it is said that tlie presldeu replied approving The cardinal principle is that t consultative agreement if enterei ntoby the United States wouh inlong other limitations expressly confine the American undertakings lo peaceful measures and cxclnd coercive actioi The American delegates intend to keep other details of the principle ecret since Secretary Stimson is M feel lhat tlleir Premature nibhcation would be unwise How Fur Will u S iii LONDON March 20 D11U inng behind every move in the fiv lower naval conference negotia lons now is the ciuestion of just low far the United States will go WRIGHT DIES AS RESULT OF FIRE IN FARM HOME Kerosene Poured on Embers in Stove Explodes March Wright about GO died shortly before noon today in the home of a neigh bor Charles Lugg two miles north of town following burns received last night when kerosenewhich he was pouring on a fire exploded Mr Wright was a bachelor and made his home on a farm alone Tha body lins been brot into Osage from the farm and is lying in state in the local undertaking parlors Funeral arrangements have not been made Me Wright had been away from his home for the evening and upon returningut about oclock had found the house cold He found a few embers still glowing in the stove aud poured some kerosene ou them Found Hum The flash which resulted set firo to his clothing mid the furniture in the room Mr Wright ran from the house to the yard Two men noticed the flmnes In the house and went in and easily extinguished them Upon reenter ing the yard however they found Mr Wright lying near the barn Practically all of the clothing was burned from his body with the ex ception of his shoes His burns were physicians in attenfla 1 Si P morning for fKe CIliKlg follow arafio roof collapses in n burying numy cars ng record snowfall Ciiliinui To Attend ng DES MOTIVES March 29 Clmrles Webster member of tlie nwa board of railroad commission rs will attend final hearings on lass freight rales western trunk errUory before Uie interstnlo com nerce commission Washington il lo IOWANS ASKIN Hawkeye Miners Demand Higher Prices for Mined Product DES MOTNES March 29 T A six hour day and an increased rate for coal mined are being asked by Iowa miners J D Smith presi dent ol District 13 United Mine Workers of America said today The miners want the day m jyfTQ HK nnn n99 u I JUUU Institution in St Louis Sub urb Looted of Cash by Pair ST LOUIS Mo March Two men held up the Park Savins Trust company here this morning and escaped in an automobile with The bank in Richmond Heights St Louis suburb was robbed before business hours The bandits gained entrance in some unexpected man ner and made prisoners of four Sir SSJK I fore looting the Institution Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS March 2J My good friend Mr Brisbane Friday morning told you why you should win ter cither in Florida Cali fornia Texas or Mississippi I go even furth er than Arthur 1 recommend the sarne places with the addi tion of Mexico City and Hnno lulu as T hftveWnL HOGRliS papers there that uses my junk Russia ptittingfive million women under arms for the next war Well we got five million that would do it There Is at least that many here who have tried everythingiIse mat men do with the exception of shoul dering a muslicl Votirs WILL MAY BE REELECTED Little Hope Held Out for Selection of De Valera DUBLIN Irish Free State March 2J belief today was that William T Cosgrave for the past eight years president of the Irish free state would be reelected to that which he re signed the dail ei rcann meets next Wednesday Facing the probability of re election Mr CoKgrave made plain that be would not consent to reas Kiime the responsibility govern ment unless the old nge pensions bill amendment on which hia oppo sition defeated him in the dail Thursday in dropped entirely Two candklales will oppose him n the dail Wednesday one of them II fit tIm if t r f Narcotics had been used In ord erjo relieve the accident victims Buffering Mr Wright was taken at once by the two men to the home of Mr and Mrs Charles Lugg where he is being cared for He had lived alone in the house for a number of years Mrs John Pickering a sister livingnorth of town is the only relative Mr Wrlchf has in the community Drunken Father Kills Daughter Then Himself KLAMATH FALLS Ore MarchY 20 Simms and his 15 months old daughter were dead and C V Moody of Klamath Falls car ried a wound in his leg today the1 result of what local sheriffs den uties described as a fathers drunken rage Slmms shot and killed his infant daughter and committed suicide yesterday in a barn on his farm near Malin 25 miles southeasto here after wounding friend of the family the previous1 ii UE LHCITI long a stormy figure in Irish frcc state politics Kamonn De Valera lender of the fianna fail or Irish republicans which are the strong est party in tlie opposition minority The other will he T J OConneJI parliamentary leader of the labor De Valera Is in CMengo His lope of election to head a new Irish free stale ministry was small partlciiJnrly after entrance of oconnell whose labor strength might otherwise have been counted with the republicans IOWA WEATHER Mostly fulr Saturday night a BY DETECTIVE Sioux City Youth Fired at by Officer to Halt Automobile SIOUX CITY March 29 Leonard 18 central high School student son of Mr ami M Harry Barnholtz was fatally shot early this morning when a stolen automobile In which he rldlmr was pursued and overtaken bv De tectjves Lou Miller and Roycillis of the auto theft bureau LOCAL STATISTICS GloncGazetlc weather figures for 2 1 hour period ending at 8 oclock Saturlay morning Maximum Friday 3R Abovo Minimum in Nltflit 26 Abovo At S A M Friday was the fifth day in which ibe Inmperaliire range has boon within a 20 degree zone The blgheFt temperature of this five day period wns degrees and the lowest was 20 Saturday movning the sun wug ngninK off odds against a north west wind and a iycr of clouds WEATHER FORECAST Detective Miller fired two shots in nn effort to halt the progress of the nutomnbile and the second shol nonelrfxtcd the bick of young Barn hcnd lodging In his hrnln He ww taken to n hospital where ho I died or the upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys and the north and central great No general precipitation likely first of week but may occur by middle or close warmer south portion Mondav colder by Tuesday north portion nnd by Wednesday south portion   

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