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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 10, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                1 North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home HOME VOL XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY APRIL 10 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICS NQ Tariff Views Blease Says Protec tion Vicious in Principle By CHAKLES P STEWAUT ASHINGTON April 10 CPA protec tion is vicious in principle said Senator Cotemnn Li I Blease ot South Carolina The Palmetto statesman ex presses all his views with vigor liUs that He had been dis cussing senator ial vote trading on the tariff bill Other lawmakers either deny it the ones who did the trading or else refer to it as perfectly dis graceful these latter are the ones who thot they had the bill beaten only to see it go thru aklting at the last minute as a result of the trades Senator Etease calmly ac cepts such dickering as a matter of be expected as long as the protective tariff system pre vails Are you absolutely a free trader senator I asked Hmmm reflected the South Carolinian apparently taken some what by surprise Possibly not AB SOLUTELY However he did not tarn the idea down flat OENATOR BLEASE at any rate is about as good a specimen as his house of congress has to offer of the very old old school of democ almost extinct I knew all the time he stated that the socalled senate coalition to fight the tariff hill waa an un hoy alliance I waa certain that the progressive bloc as it terms itself simply would make every possible Turn lo Page 4 Column BEING DRAWN Italy France to Sign New Treaty Minus Points of Argument LONDON April 10 conference experts were understood to have been put to work this after noon drafting a five power agree ment which both Foreign Ministers Briand of France and Grand of Italy have tentatively agreed to sign as an outgrowth of American intervention this morning This treaty it was said will in effect as a comprehensive three power pact between the United States Great Britain and Japan but will include numerous points on which all the five powers are agreed and which France and Italy can sign The present plan is that contro versial matters between France and Italy will be left out and the clauses which exclusively affect the other three powers will be so worded that the two Latin countries will not be involved The decision to adopt this pro cedure was reached this morning after Secretary Stlmson had visited Foreign Minister Briand and Hugh S Gibson had conferred with For eign Minister Grandi Briand is also said to be enthusi astic over this solution andGrandi has also indicated tentative willing ness to sign The Italians have rather neen left out of negotiations recently and Grandi is not so con versant with the trend of affairs as are the other delegation chiefs Therefore he naturally wishes to know more about what he is ex pected to sign before he definitely agrees to put his name to it AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen O None our folks cruel except Uncle Edgar killed a mule once and Sister Bet made her boy wear long curls until lie was most ten ARRECT FARIBAULT PASTOR Iowa to Meet Purdue Big 10 Champs Oct 18 LEWIS HURUNG RUM ISSUE AT MRSJCORMICK J Ham Loses No Time in Bringing Question to Fore April 10 tion the hot potato of pohlics has been tossed by James Hamilton Lewis democrat to Gongresswom an Ruth HannaMcCormick as the major issue of their campaign fur election next November to the United States senate Lewis a colonel in the Spanish American war and senate whip in President Wilsons administration cast off 12 years retirement and gained the democratic nomina tion without a single campaign ef fort Mrs McCormick Mark Han nas daughter and widow of the late Senator Medill McCormick thrust aside Senator Charles S Deneen and wrecked his ChicagoCook coun ty organization to head the republi can ticket this fall Shoots Question Immediately Mrs McCormick before returning to Washington yesterday declared it was her opposition to the world court that swamped Deneen under a 200000 plurality Deneen the fourteenth world coiirt senator to raepr defeat in the accepted Mrs McCormicks issue and lost But Lewis too is opposed to the world court in the senate he voted against Wilsons Jeague of nations Lewis shot the question of per sonal liberty to the fore soon after Deneen congratulated Mrs McCor mick on her victory It is an issue from which I shall not allow any or es cape the former senator said Tnlks Personal Liberty In contrast the politicallyminded recalled Mrs McCormicks cam paign statement to the AntiSaloon league that I am both personally and politically dry Her late hus band was known as a wet To Lewis the issue is Is the American a free man to use his will subject to just law in governing his life or is he a servant to be direct ed to obey under the penalty of imprisonment and dishonor Then comes the final question said the man whom Champ Clark once dubbed the dandy of the sen ate Shall the American citizen submit to the official corruption that is continued in the enforce ment of the national prohibition law to the personal degradation of himself and home and to the defile Turii tn Puce 4 Cnliimn DICKINSON TALKS IN FLOYD COUNTY Says Business Conditions Will Settle Down After Tariff Is Settled CHARLES CITY April J Dickinson Iowa representative from the tenth district and candidate for United States senator spoke at a mass meeting in the courthouse Wednesday evening There was a representative group of business men and farmers present to hear Mr Dickinson outline his platform and express his views on some of the issues before congress Four essential points were stressed by the speaker one of which was that the federal govern ment had assumed the responsibili to stabilize farm prices by legisla tion and Mr Dickinson expressed confidence in the present program and stated it could be made effec tive if given a trial Wants Tariff Settled According to Mr Dickinson it is now found that with the deflation of the eastern stock exchange that farm values and food products are just as stable as industrial and com mercial concerns He believes that in order to overcome the deflation it will be necessary to build from the agricultural areas and make land values and food pro ducts the economic unit He is con vinced that fluctuations in indus trial and commercial prices will continue to adjust to farm values and that Iowa is in the strongest Turn lo Ingu I Column Contest Will Be Played on Hawks Field TOWA CITY April 10 H 1 Lauer director of athletics at the University of Iowa today an nounced the scheduling of a foot ball game to be played here Oct 18 between Iowa and Purdue 1929 Western conference champions The game win replace one previ ously scheduled with George Wash ington university of Washington Lauer said arrangements had been made with George Washington for a game here in 1931 and a return game at Washington in lf32 as a substitute for the 1B30 contest Lauer made an announcement fol lowing receipt of word from Nelson A Kellogg Purdue director of ath letics that the Boilermakers had arranged their schedule to allow for the game with the Hawkeyes AREDALE DAIRY CATTLE BURNED Farm Blaze on Allen Farm Results in Serious Loss AREDALe April large barn on the dairy farm operated one mile westand a half south of here was deStroyedbyfirevjybich was discovered shortfy light this morning The farm is owned by A B Allen and was oper ated by his son Ray Allen Fourteen head of Holstein cows 10 calves 10 mules two horses and one pony were destroyed in the blaze as well as considerable equipment and 20 tons of hay in the mow of the barn The Aredale fire department was called and succeeded in saving the remainder of the farm buildings The loss will be partly covered by insurance FIVE HELD FOR STORE ROBBERIES Three Men and Two Women Implicated in Holdups OSCEOLA April 10 ting complicity in 20 robberies in southeastern Iowa three men icd gar Smith Leo Patterson and Ern est Dahl will face grand jury trial in Clarke county Bonds have been set at 52000 each but the men could not raise bail Mrs Leo Patterson and Kathleen Smith arealso in the county jail charged with implication in the rob beries No date has been set for their hearing The men have signed confessions admitting they robbed various stores in southeastern Iowa Sheriff John Lewis said The loot totals several thousand dollars officers said GIRL 7 SAVES LIVES OF TWO Sioux City Child Rescues Her Two Sisters From Burning Home SIOUX CITY April 10 small daughters of Mr and Mrs Chris Tan berg Evelyn 4 and Betty Jean 2 owe their lives to the hero ism of their sister Dorothy 7 who rescued them from a fire which de stroyed their home last night While Mrs Tanberg drove the father to work the fire started Jrom a lighted candle Irene n another daughter ran from the house but Dorothy carried the baby to safety and dashed back into the blazing home for Evelyn who still was grasping her baby doll Mr Coolidge lists the acquisition of California as one of the eight important events in United States history And this blow is struck just as Florida is trying to make up its mind to go republican right along Journal ONE VOTE FOR MRS McCORMICK 2 ALLIED WITH Mrs Ruth Hanna McCormick victor In tins Illinois republican senatorial primary contest over United States Senator Denccn as sures herself of one vote by casting her hullot nt the city hnl In Bryon III her home Tinkham in New Attack Says Group Tried to fluence U S Foreign Policies April 10 newing his attack upon the Methodist Episcopal church board and the federal council of churches Representative Tinkham republican Massachusetts charged today before the senate lobby committee that the councilattempted to influence con gress on both domestic nnd foreign policies Appearing before the committee for the second day the Massachu setts representatives testimony dealt largely with the federal coun cil He went into detail yesterday on charges against the board of temperance prohibition and public morals asserting that its political activity was indefensible Wants Diinl Investigation Tinkham has urged that both or ganizations be investigated by the lobby committee Chairman Cara way has announced the board and council would be given an oppor tunity to reply to the charges Tinkham said the federal council of churches unlike the Methodist board did not engage in personal contact with members of congress but carried on its activities thru propaganda He repeated testimony of yester day that the council received about one fourth of its money from churches and three fourths from other sources The witness added that in 1928 the contributions from other sources amounted to 5336339 Tinkham demanded that the lobby committee obtain from the council a list of persons who contributed more than S500 in 1926 1927 1928 and 1929 Caraway replied he thot that was a matter of public record but the witness said he not agree All right Caraway answered we ask all organizations who come before us about the contributions Wasnt Recognized Tinkham continued that he had written the council in August Turn In I MARKET MOUNTS AS VOLUME OF SALES INCREASES NEW YORK April 10 stock market started off on a wild bull rampage today as blocks of 5 000 to 35000 shares changed hands at rising prices Initial gains in the leaders ranged from a few cents to 53 a share Total sales in the firs half hour crossed the 1000000 share mark for the first time this year So greut was the volume of trad ing that the ticker was running 22 minutes behind the market at the end of the first hour New peak prices for the year also were registered by Standard Oil of Kansas Public Service of New Jer sey Manhattan Electrical supply Best Co cparltsWfthington Shubert Theaters Oliver Farm Equipment Worthington Pump Corn Products Briggs Manufactur ing Borden company Universal Pipe Chicago and Alton preferred ICreuger and Toll and Tiniken Rol ler Bearing There was nothing in the over night news to explain the sudden revival in bullish enthusiasm It has been apparent for several days however that bear traders wert having difficulty in hammering stocks down with the result that several issues have developed an overextended short interest which was quick to cover on the appear ance of large buying orders Candidate Fires Ques tions at Dickinson and Hammill DBS MOINES April JO INS In an address prepared for de livery from radio station WHO at DCS Moines at 8 oclock this evening and released for publication today Maj Frank J Lund of Webster City reviews his position on the is sues he finds in the senatorial cam paign nnd then lines up his chief op ponents and asks them to answer n series of questions for the enlight enment of the voters Major Lund addresses lumseil aside from the statement of his own platform to the attitude of Gov John Hammill and Congressman L J Dickinson whom he singles out as his opposition altho W O Payne of DCS Motnes and L E Eichelberg of Waterloo also have announced themselves in the sena torial campaign Big Chain Gangs Tticse two candidates he says speakingof HammUl and Dickinson are allied with the big chain gang that have been preying upon agri pujturep Jlabtay banking and busines for 6Sces3ive profitsThey offer ni remedy for the fact that lowii peo pie are receiving only about onehal of their fair share of the nations income but thev go up and down our state proclaiming that we arc in an era of great prosperity ant that there is no unemployment They would put us to sleep will these sweet words Major Lund declares that he slit adheres to the equalization fee prin ciple or the debenture plan as neces sary to make the tariff effective fo agriculture The farm board net if all right as far ns it goes he says buL he feels that it lacks the vital fee principle He criticizes the federal reserve act under which he declares the farmer is discriminated against in credit matters takes issue with his opponents on utilities affairs anJ denounces the new tariff act and the transportation act Farm of Special Privilege On the subject of tariff Major Lund said i part The tariff system as now exem plified in the Grundys and Smoots is but a form of special privilege extracting uncounted millions from the pocketbooks of the consumers of the land I consider the Hawley tariff bill now in the legislative monstrosity of the era If Governor Hammill has made his position plain upon the tariff I have not heard or read of it and 1 charge that Congressman Dickin son when he voted for that Czaris tic rule putting the Hawley tariff bill upon its passage in the bouse and when he voted for the Hawley BOOTLEG WAR BREAKS IDE AD Sioux Cityan Admits Shoot ing Yankton Man Dur ing Argument SIOUX CITY April 10 Charles T Huntley of Yankton S Dak is dead and Walter Peterson of Sioux City is in a hospital with a bullet wound in his back follow ing what police claim is an outbreak of bootleg warfare here Mike Herman of Sioux City is said by police to have admitted shooting Huntley after an argument in front of Hermans home Peterson told police he was shot by hijackers His injuries are not serious hospital at tendants said HITS 182 MILES AN HOUR Motor Trouble Prevents Fur ther Attempts to Break Record OCKAN SIKKDWAY DAV TONA IJICACJT Fla April III motor trouble to day thwarted Ihn nttcmpt of Kayc Don ISritish nicer to csUihllsh a IIPXV worlds auto mobile spend record Hi made tnnr runs aver tfic course nl lop sprnd of ISi miles an dour and hen towed his gliinl ma chine to the garage uill the announcement tlmt he would lilt attempts tomorrow OCEAN SPEEDWAY DAYTON A BEACH Fla April 30 Don British automobile racer brut his Silver Bullet machine to the ocean speedway here shortly before noon today for a series of test runs to determine if conditions of the beach were satisfactory for his nt emn 10 brc k the w Md hoiir Promptly nt a m Don be gan his first lest run The powerful car held Its course well The trial officially was timed at Ifi27n miles an hnur Over the one kilometer his speed was 18271i I Tur iilmtin Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLrt Ciil April this big gUint Italian fight Tuesday night They take lhfa countrys census by his knockouts He fought a little black pickanin ny w e i g hing only 202 named Mr Neil Clisby substitute dea con of the Afri can M fC church south of Riverside CulWILL ROGKRS Mr Camera received 20 thou sand bucks for this slumming with the clergyman for 3 minutes and 40 seconds Mr Clisby re ceived transportation from the ring Clisby hit the giant twice Once be jumped in the air and hit him on the knees and again he upperciit him in his falling arches The Right Reverend Mr Clisbys repertoire of sermons will henceforth eliminate tin parable of David receiving a de cision over Goliath Yours WILL Coolidge Is Insisting He WillNotRun NEW YORK April 10 ner President Calvin Coolidge in a copyrighted article in the May issue f Hearsts International and Cos nopolilan writes that he has no in tention of returning to public life The former president gives his lews on prohibition the tariff laying the market the suggestion that he run for senator the talk of another term mid minding ones own business When I left Washington I left ublic office Mr Coolidge says H is an incomprehensible relief and I have no intention of returning to it If I were in the senate he adds it would not be agreeable to many of my colleagues and with nil my desires to be helpful It would prob ably oftentimes be an embarrass ment to the administration To have a former president in Washington exercising political power would re sult in all kinds of uncomfortable complications Only the necessity of serving in some national crisis so great as to subordinate all other considerations would warrant it Nor he says further do I have any sympathy with those who are discussing again making me presi dent The service that I could give to the people in that office I feel is done Mr Coolidge discusses prohi bition at some 1ength and In con nectlon therewith the editor of th prominent ach tence Considering that peopl have differed most radically on th best method of rqgulating the sail of liquor for generations it is no likely to be settled for a long timi lo come TREATED KINDLY Bandit Kidnap Victim Even Taught Captors How to Play Poker SAN ANGELO Tcx April 10 T J 15 Bristow San Angelo oil and mining operator was held for ransom for nearly a month be fore he was freed by Mexican ban dits the kidnapers showed him every consideration gave him the host of their food and promised protection if he returned to the vicinity to operate his mineral prop erties Details of Brislows imprisonment in a mountain fastness of Western Mexico and of his subsequent re lease after his son Gordon Ohio Bristow paid a ransom were printed today in the San Angeto MorningTimes Taught Bandits Iolcer The mine operator was released yesterday near Ahuacatlnn Nayarit After payment of S1r00 ransom Bristow wna placed astride a donkey and escorted by a messenger to the village where his son and other members of the rescue party were waiting Tn return for their friendliness Bristow said be taught the bandits how to play poker On several occasions when his captors got drunk his life was in danger but each time he was pro tected by the chieftain Crux Del sraclo During his entire captivity Bristow said he slept at Delgados side Celebrated llelcase When ransom negotiations were ended his captors celebrated with n party Turkeys were killed wine was procured mid prepared Then an Briatow left his captors allshook hands with him and told him if he would return to the moun tains to work his mining property they would see he was protected Altho tired and unkempt with H months growth of beard Rristv showed no sign of physical hard ship He told of his experiences before lepving Ahuacatlan for Tepic where he will make a statement to Mexi csn military authorities and rest several days before starting for his home here Large Hara Iturni FRFDERICKSRURG April 10 The barn on the farm occupied oy William Schutts Sr near Fred urtchxburg burned down about oclock yesterday afternoon Othoi buildings caught fire but the oam age wns confined to the barn ToUI damages have not bceu determined I DIEHL ACCUSED OF HAVING RUM IN HIS BAGGAGE Minister With Four Others Is Held in St Paul I PAUL April 10 A man who said he was a minister of Minn and four others to lay faced liquor law violation charges as Uie result of a raid on a imll downtown hotel here Those arrested in the raid which vas made by federal prohibition igcnls gave their mimes as the William F Diehl pastor of the St Lucas Fvangelical church Fari iuilL Henry W Yeskc and Albert E Kallsen proprietors uf the hotel Ueoige Kerwin and U Ballaru Maurice SJilverumn assistant pro libition administrator for the north west district said Diehl would be charged with possession of liquor The others will face various charges of sale possession and conspiracy Silverman said a flask of liquor was found in the clergymans grip Questioned at the jail about this the Rev Diehl referred ail inquiries to his attorney who declined to comment At Faribault it was said the Rev Mr Diehl had gone to St Paul on business and that he would not returned for several days Hud Resigned 1astorutc April 10 The Ray SViUiam P Duehi rtrT rested In St Paul in a on a hotel there last night resigned his pastorate here in January and planned to leave May 1 church exe cutives said today The Rev Duehl came here from Browntown Wis members of the family said no pluns for the future had been made IOWAN IS HURT IN GUN BATTLE Cedar Rapids Youth Ex changes Shots With Officers SLEEPY EYE Minn April 10 iV Dickson who said he was from Cedar Rupids Iowa was in a hospital today suffering from bul let wounds received in a gunfight last night with officers Police had attempted to arrest him after a complaint he was driving his auto mobile recklessly After exchanging shots with Chief of Police John Youngman and two other officers Dickson darted be tween two store buildings The fire department was called but Dickson surrendered as the members pre pared to deluge him with a stream of water Dickson received bullet wounds in the right leg and arm Chief Youngman was uncertain what charges will be filed IOWA Piirtly irloudy Thursday night anil lrliluy 1mnlhly sliolvcrs fn northeast portion Thursday night mid in soutluiiM and trcniR rust portions Krldnv LOCAL STATISTICS ilobcGfuette wenllier figures for hour period ending at 8 oclock Thursday morning Maximum 7K Minimum In Night 71 At 8 A M UVdrirsday CU The scasnns record for warmth was equaled Wednesday nfttrnoon when the temperature was 78 de grees nnd the nights minimum was one of the highest ton Thursday opened warmer than any previous day of 1930 and at oclock in the afternoon the mercury at the American Beet sugar plant north of the city had climbed to 88 degrees for n new seasons record   

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