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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 30, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home EDITION VOL XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY y ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SBRVU3B MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY APRIL 30 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERV1UE NO 174 Resent Fish Plan Philippines D o nt Want All the Reds By CHARLES I STEWART ASHINGTON April 30 CPA a 11 the reds in the country on an is land somewhere and leaving them there to be radi cal among them selves to their hearts content has been sug gested plenty of hith erto the island seldom if ever has been even approximately in dicated The no tion appears to have been little abstract thot in CHALLENGED Jones Favors Special Session to Aid Enforcement INDUSTRY FAILS t more than an vague When Representative Hamilton Fish Jr of New York mentioned the idea recently specifically in connection with some island in the Philippines it made all the differ ence in the world Tt actually began to sound Ifke u practical proposed with n degree of geographical definite ness TN fact it sounded practical enough to involve Representative Fish in a heated discussion with the Philip pines congressional delegates who were prompt to object to any Turn D Iiijie 2 Ciilunin INDIA JJWEV CENSOR REPORTS Two Full Days Pass Without Any Trouble Being Reported is being at the sourceTof British cen sprs two full days have passed iTjujthout a breach of the peace in India Closing to visitors of Khyber Pass outlet from India to Afghan istan was unexplained but was re garded as a precautionary act adopted for the protection of Pesha war which is but 11 miles distant Closing Newspapers A surprise attack was made Mon day on the artillery magazine at Barrackpore which may have been intended as a repttition of the Chit tagongincident but it was unsuc cessful One Calcutta report said a sentry was shot in the leg by raid ers whose connection with the In dian nationalist cause was uncer tain Growing opposition among the na tive press developed to the govern ments security requirements for papers coming under tlie censorship This amounted to 50000 rupees or about S1SOOO Mahatma Gandhi leader of the civil disobedience cam paign advised that the owners of the papers submit to confiscation before they complied with the ordi nance Cotton Shipping Stopped A committee representing var ious Indian newspapers in Delhi de cided that after tomorrow no papers would be published until further no tice News organizations were re quested to discontinue theirservices There was a reflex of the anti British agitation yesterdayat Man chester where the chamber of com merce received cables from Delhi and Bombay warning shippers and manufacturers of cotton against possible cancellation of orders orre fusal to accept consignments shipped SOLDIERS RULE PRISON EXPECT NO MORE RIOTS 1000 Men Detailed to Duty to Keep Prison ers in Check pOLUMBUS Ohio April 30 The iron hand of the militia ruled Ohio penitentiary today after more than a week of tumult cli maxed yesterday when National Guardsmen entered the prison to put down the mutiny that followed the death of 320 convicts in the fire a week ago Monday With nearly 1000 National Guardsmen led by Col Robert Haubrich detailed to duty inside and outside the prison walls the situation has been quiet since prison guards rained bullets into the prisoners ranks and ended an at tack on tlie barred doors white city the idle house An atmosphere of tensity still was evident however and the re volting convicts idle since the fire apparently had not entirely aban doned their passive resistance movement by which they hoped to Chicago r nsoners NAVAL DELEGATES COME BACK WITH TREATY HOOVER is T FIVE MEASURES Four of tlie members of the United States Initiation 1n tlm naval conference iim shown in this Associated 1russ Ictapliotn as they arrived in New York on ilm They urr left to right Secretary of the Navy Charles Fnincls Adams Secretary ot State Henry Stimson Senator Joseph T Kohitison and Ambassador Morrow Dry Leader gress Should Take Action April W Senator Jones Washington mil itant dry leader urged president Hoover today to call a special ses sion of congress in the event thai adjournment is taken before tho chief executives law enforcement program has been acted upon at Turkish Border Claim MARDINE Turkey April 30 T j report that Colonel Lawrence famous British Asiatic undercover I I man is at Revanduz a town near I the Turkish frontier in the desert region between Iraq and Persia 1ms j aroused considerable speculation in lhe Turkish press i Is he planning an uprising in Persia or Turkey scaroheads de mand and the press goes on to as sert that the Turkish government is carefully watching the colonels whereabouts and doings I The proximity of to Turkeys Kurdish provinces sent of I Sheik Saids revolt and home of still unruly tribes explains Turkish nervousness regarding the reported The senator after a morning Presence of the author of Revolt in Terence at the white house said the i Ulc Desert who according to president should insist on action on i pinion is author of his sub Ins law enforCLinent recommendn lions which uerc reemphasized in a special message to congress two days ago Jones is author of lhe five andten law stringently pen Volstead violators Would Cull Session He told the president that if eon jcct in more than the literary sense STEADY GROWTH SHOWN IN IOWA TO AID FARMER LEGGE RELATES Clash Occurs Over Poli cies of U S Farm Board HlILKTIX WASHINGTON April 80 response tn a clmllcugo by Legge of the farm hniiril fur members of llio Unit ed Mutes Cliiimbir Com merce lo match him dollar for dollar Tor establishment if u private agency to take over lhe work of the farm hoard Julius Uiirues said today he would engage to obtain hack ing from business interests tn mutch every dollar put up by Air Logan lo tnjjHse in n study of the fiirni situation WASHINGTON April SO iIl Speakers representing the gov i eminent and business clashed today I over the federal farm board ami I its policies before the eighteenth an nual meeting o the chamber of commerce of lhe United States Chairman Legge of the board said the chamber had failed to take bring about the removal of Warden Preston B Thomas After Colonel Haubrich had led his men into the prison the staff ot prison guards went lo the outside leaving the soldiers in complete charge Afew dfi the guards had retUnied today V Prison officials were investigating a guards statement thatthe first shot was fired by a convict War den Thomas said the guard whose name was withheld told him that no shooting occurred until a bullet came from the direction of the cell blocks Belief that no further disorder would occur was expressed hy Colonel Hauerich and Warden Thomas Are Quiet as Fire Breaks Out in Jail AUNT HET By Kobeit Quillcn It a wife cant be insult ed its because she loves too much but if a husband is past feelin insulted its be cause hes got so used to it his feelins is numb MIDWEST MEN BACK CHANNEL Representatives of 35 Cities Indorse Proposal for River DUBUQUB April 30 sentatives of 35 cities in Iowa Wis consin Illinois and Minnesota are backing the proposed ninefoot channel for the upper Mississippi river Meeting yesterday in Dubuque they indorsed a resolution to the United States senate to approve the deepening of the upper Mississippi as provided in the pending rivers nnd harbors bill Attention was pointed to the de velopment of the Panama canal the Great Lakes and the Atlantic and Pacific gulf ports The reso lution said Lake ports as a direct consequence of the federal govern ments expenditures in their Inter ests enjoy immense1 advantages in costs of transportation over their inland Mississippi competitors Such discrimination leaves the territory of which the upper Mis sissippi valley is the natural outlet in a less fortunate position as re spects competition than it would have occupied had the federal gov ernment since its foundation never expended a dollar on the improve ment of waterways The resolution called attention to the natural resources of the upper Mississippi valley and said fail treatment Is needed to realize its future development thousand Bridewell prisoners with the Ohio penitentiary tragedy still fresh in mind were aroused early today when fire broke out in the prisons carpenter shop i The flames were extinguished j DL quickly and before any appreciable IvUUlllaUll damage was done Superintendent James Curran said that except for a brief moment of excitement the prisoners made no demonstratiou Several detective squads were sent to the prisonto guard against any attempt at a wholesale jail delivery but Superintendent Curran was able to handle the situation with his available force of guards The carpenter shop is 350 feel from the cell blocks Combustion in a pile of sawdust started the blaze firemen said JUDGE ITRENGTHTH8T TO BE Hotel rn IU 1 Colorado Rum Dealer Is Taken for Ride COLORADO SPRINGS Colo April 30 by police to have been taken for a ride by rival alcohol traffickers Andrew Lombards 50 under federal Indict ment for alleged liquor violations today was found shot to death on a road near Kelker Colo Officers declared the victim had been involved in differences with whisky Interests of Pueblo Colo He was reputed to be wealthy and lived in a pretentious Coloradn Springs home in a fashionable dis trict GENERAL HOXIE DIES IN SOUTH Retired General in U S Army Succumbs After Long Illness MIAMI April 30 Gen Richard L Hoxie 86 United States army retired of Iowa City and Miami veteran of the Civil war and the SpanishAmerican war died last night at his winter home following a long illness Mrs Hoxic was with him when he died After preliminary funeral serv ices in Miami the body will be taken to Washington where military serv ices will be conducted followed by burial in Arlington cemetery General Hoxie close friend and adviser of Henry M Flagler pion eer developer of the Florida east coast first came to Florida in 1873 The son of Joseph and Jacqueline Hoxie he vas born in New York He was educated In Italy and in the State University of Iowa He was graduated from the United States military academy in 1868 He enlisted in the union army when 17 and served In company F first Iowa cavalry In the SpanishAmerican war Genera Hoxic rose to the rank of major He was made a colonel in 1907 and retired as a brigadier gen oral in 1908 Show Way to Demo crats WASHINGTON April 30 The return of Senator Robinson floor leader Jfrom the London con ference was hailird today aa a po tentially decisive factor in the sen ates grim struggle over the nomi nation of Judge John J Parker as an associate justice of tne sunrcme court The outcome of the controversy waa in doubt The opponents of confirmation once highly confident of enough votes to reject the nomi nation were less snnguine Spores men for both sides were of the opinion that a handful of doubtful democratic votes held the balance of power Robinson returned to the senate today to enter the contest at a cru cial moment The belie1 vis nreva lent at the capitol that a good pro portion of the democratic ballots now classed as doubtful would K swung for or against the nominee1 in accordance with the position taken by the party leader The Parker nomination is being determinedly opposed by lahiiiand Negro organizations contending that the jurist has revealed a preju dice against the working man find the Negro race Both protests have had a prominent part in the debate but particularly that of la bor which is based upon Judge Parkers decision as a member of the federal circuit court of appeals upholding the socalled yellow dog contract and restraining tiie unions from soliciting worker who had signed this form of obligation CHICAGO April 30UVJirp Charles Wells who registered at the Palmer House 10 days ago from Minneapolis plunged eight floors to death in an inner court of the hotel today She was about r0 years old The woman leaped or fell from the window of her on the fifteenth floor of the hotel her body dropping to the roof of a sev en story central building should call a special session the day t j after Kine die adjournment is taken j At the same time Senator lonesi I expressed hope that congress would 1 act upon the five measures before I adjournment The presidents five recommenda which he urged congress to act upon in his recent message and Tiirii Isise S Column i KOHLEBS BILLS ARE SCRUTINIZED portion of the Accounts Brot Into pl any constructive action lo improve I 6 Divisions anow Increase me farm situation of 102 Per Cent Over 10 Years Ago H WUBXJll C PKTEKSOX Associated Iress Start Writer DES MOINES April 30 steady population growth being shown by the state of Iowa isrc VPii Inrl in ei iVifnir rtn vealed in a survey 61 census figures so far made public by super visors Whereas In reply Daniel A Millett Denver banker and stockman contended both the farm board and the agri cultural marketing act which cre ated It were part of a fantastic dream ot stabilisation He urged that the act lie repealed The attack and counter attack threw into controversy the previ serenemeeting Middle west ern grain dealers opposing board and others had previously announced Intention of speaking from the floor on board policies 710 census divisions yesterday showed a composite in crease for the decade since of j nfter Legge and Millett had con 77 per cent a survey of 773 divi sions today showed gain of 102 per cent The total population of the 773 Famous Alaskan Guide John Minook Is Buried TANANA Alaska April 30 Mourned by scores of old sour doughs of the Yukon gold rush and later stampedes John Pabloff Mi nook 85 famous guide has been laid to rest in his native Alaska Minook aon of a Russian army officer and a native woman guided hundreds of miners into the Lewis Stewart S Forty Mile Koyukok and Circle mining districts TheBig Minook and Little Minook gold mines were named for him Laguna Beach Probe Is Officially Closed LAGUNA BEACH Col April 30 investigation into the deaths here last Thursday of Mrs Doris Murray Palmer divorcee am Adele Ritchie Post actress of two decades ago and divorced wife of Guy Bales Post actor was cloicd today After Moresby While an attor ney failed to produce letters and diaries of the two women that he said indicated they drew up a sui cide pact Sheriff Sam Jernigan an nounced there was no evidence to doubt the coroners jury verdict of murder and suicide DICKINSON FLAYS HAMMILL SPEECH Challenges Governor to Come Into Southern Iowa BLOCKTON April 30 J Dickinson candidate for the repub lican senatorial nomination in an address prepared for delivery to night praised the record of his fel low congressman Lloyd Thurston of the eighth Iowa district Dickinson referred to an attack Gov John Hammil one of his op ponents made against 10 of the Iowa congressmen at Hawarden for voting in favor of the Hawlcy Smoot tariff bill Why docs not Mr Hammill come into southern Iowa nnd denounce your congressman Mr Thurston as he denounced Mr Thurston in Dickinson asked Why does not Mr Hammill come down here and tell you as he tells the people of northern Iowa that Iowa has been cursed with too much experience and cursed with too much protest in Washington Dickinson repeated his charges that Hammill has no record of ac complishments for agriculture dur ing his six years as governor He reviewed his own service on the agriculture committee in the house of representatives Trial of Wisconsin Governor divisions was i802tir for J920 com pared with teu ears ago The reports represented approxi mately Jmlf of the cities and towns in the state and about 20 per cent of the townships The population so far reported ix approximately 20 per cent of SHEBOYGAN Wis April 30 IT Over repealed objections of he defense a scries of account books the total expected for Iowa carrying personal bills of Gov VValj Three cities of over 10000 so far tor J Kohler were introduced by reported Keokuk Kort Madison the prosecution today in his ouster i Newton have shown an aver tiial i age gain of 2J2 per cent for the None of Lhe items were identi fied other than by exhibit num bers but State Attorney Harold Wilkie said the all were offered to show a connection between the mil lionaire governor nnd his manufac turing plant in the 1028 primary campaign Kohler is charged with spending an excessive sum to gain the nom republican leacfers ination Progressive seek to oust the governor from of fice on charges that he spent more than the legal 51000 to attain of fice in 1328 and that he entered bargains with political and business organizations for support Completes Census PLYMOUTH April 30 Ivan Lantz census enumerator for Falls township has completed his work and is ready to check up Oelwnln Boy Kmtor AMES April Carland Oelwein nnd Charles Chappell Davenport have been elected editor and business manager respectively Report Treatment for Jake Paralysis KANSAS CITY April 30 Treatment for metallic poisoning which already has proved cftective in four cases here today was hailed as a possible cure for jake paraly sis strange malady suffered by hundreds of persons after using Jamaica ginger as a beverage Dr D M Powell an interne in the general hospiUl said four patients had benefited from treatment with sodium thiosulphate The remedy was used in the belief that the par alysis was caused by the presence of metals in the Jamaica ginger Since treatment with sodium thio sulphate one patient has regained the use of his limbs and three others of the 1931 Bomb Iowa State Col were much improved Dr Powell vearbook isairt Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cnl April am a little late but I want to welcome home rhe p ro d i g als They tell me that our par ity pact got back tioiiie They must have not done much over there I nver heard of any of them h e i n g decor ated Its m i st WILL iorns ble to live in England and not be knighted for something They pulled in on the same day as the eclipse Of course wo know when an eclipse is going to happen but nobody knows when one of our wandering del egates will come drifting back home from somewhere Even if we didnt get parity we want to Lhnnk England for giving us the boys back Youni WILL decade Eight cities between fiOOO and 10000 have snown an average increase of 12fi per cent while thir teen cities between 2500 and fiOOO have shown an average growth of The average for all cities over 2 r00 is 113 compared with an aver age decrease for towns of less than total of 17 per cent and for rural townships of 27 per cent Keokuk in 11001 Class KEOKUK April 30 re check of the 1030 census for Keo kuk has placed that city in the 000 class Miss Merla Mitchell dis trict 15 supervisor announced to day Whereas a premilinary announce ment showed Keokuk with 11918 persons by the 1930 count a rc check of lhe figures raised Ine total lo lf092 This is a gain of 669 persons hince 1920 when Keokuk had 14 123 i eluded on Denf Ears At one point Legge departed from his prepared address to suggest that members of the chamber join with him in setting up it private organ ization to do work that the farm board is now doing When there was no reply he added that he would be glad to confer later with mem bers of the chamber on his proposal The intensity of the session was heightened by Secretary Hyde who tho not listed ns a livered a vehement extemporaneous tlefense of the board He contended that much of the opposition to the board resulted from a fat headed self satisfied desire to be content with things us they are The secretary of agriculture was followed by Henry C Weterau pres ident of the New York Mercantile exchange who declared heatedly that his organization had unani mously condemned the agricultural marketing act and that he wras re laying their demand that it he re penled as unfair and unjust to inde pendent business interests Hurt irain Ton Claim Then W C McCabe of Duluth representing the grain trade main lo 2 ohimii Wea VESSEL BEING BROKEN BY SEA Rescue Ships Unable to Re move Crew From Freighter TOKYO April 30 Japan ese freighter Luzon Maru which drifled on lhe rocks near Cape Inufoo Ibaraki Prefecture was breaking up today under the pound1 atior a thunder storm in the eve ing of high seas which foiled the I ninp was next to lhe highest tern IOWA WEATHER Cloudy showers In cant nnd extreme north portions Wednes day night Thursday frnerally fair not much change In tem perature LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending nt 8 oclock Wednesday morning Warmest Tuesday T Coldest in Night 53 At 8 A SI Wednesday Gi lEainfiil 12 of an Inch The maximum temperature reached Tuesday afternoon which turned out to be the mere prepar attempts of rescue ships to remove her crew of 39 The wreck was only a quarter of a mile offshore and the distress signals aboard perature recorded for the month The record breaking 90 maximum on the afternoon of April 10 ex ceded it by 11 degrees Clouds ob displayed by the men scured the sun Wednesday morning the freighter were easily nnd wind out of the south ap seen in nearby villages Fishermen peared to he laden with moisture tried in vain to approach the wreck in small boats A naval plane from the Kasumlgaura base circled over head unable to help Has Incumocifn LAKOTA April Ab bas daughter of Mr and Mrs HU ard Abbas southeast of lown has been ill the past few days with   

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