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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 7, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home XXXVI FIVE CENTS PEK COPY ASSOCIATED PKESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY MAY 7 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NQ 180 4 iY New Era for America Scientist Sees Diff erent Civili zation By CHARLES P STEWART ASHING TON May 7 From the period of confusion and unrest thru which it has been passing since the World war ended is America jus about to emerge into a glorious new era of na civiliza tion Yes confi dently answers Austin H Clark of the soienUfic staff of the Smithsonian in stitution Naturalist bi ologist originator of a brand new theory of the development of life from its primal protoplasm ocean ographer world traveler and author a small library on the most high ly technical subjects discussed in a third of a dozen different lan guages Mr Clark is as versatile a savant as the country has to offer He bases his prediction concern ing Americas future on strictly scientific reasoning Becknvvfis Installed ITARIE8 OF IN Fire Causes Loss But He does not forecast a glorious new international civilization a new American civilization only pOMPARE our situation now he with the position iu which the English found themselves at ths end of approximately the same interval after the Napoleonic Turn to Tage 12 Column Special Representative of Pope Is in Attend ance i By PHILIP HAKHIS Associated Press Stuff Writer I pxUBUQUE May 7 Most Rev Francis Joseph Beckman was formally installed today as the fourth archbishop of the Metropoli tan see of Dubuque in an investiture ceremony of pomp and dignity at tended by an outstanding group of the Catholic clergy in America The solemn ritual of installation took place in historic St Raphaels cathedral thru whose beautiful stained glass windows the suns rays beamed benignly as the Most Rev Pietro FumasoniBiondi personal representative of Pope Pius XI es corted the new archbishop to his throne The old cathedral was thronged to tverflowing crowds lining the street outside as the formal procession emerged fromthe rectory and slow ly marched into the church for the public installation Presented Ftipitl Bulls While in the rectory the new arch bishop the papaljbaTlsto Note COLUMBUS Ohio May 7 Their hearts pierced by bullets from a revolver fired by their mother seven children of Mrs Ethel Geiler 44 lay dead today Friends of Mrs Geiler twice married and the mother of 11 chil dren believed she despaired of her struggle to support them by selling newspapers or was distraught by the bejief that her second husband a Negro woulu soon be released from the slate penitentiary where be is serving a sentence on a statu tory charge Tried lo Ivill Herself Mrs Geiler shot thechildrcn late yesterday and then turned tne gun upon Physicians today said she recover Before the shootings Mrs Geiler look family to a photographer and had a picture taken Then she took them home bathed and tucked them in bed One by one she shot them thru the heart put ting towels over them to prevent powder A loiter addressed to her daugh ter Mildred one of the survivors pave instructions for disposal of the household goods and family trinkets Lots I want lo say Hie letter rlosed but cant think It is all for the best Too Tired to Iivi I I am so tired I cant go on she paid in a letter to the three other living children Dont think too hard of mother for this please I want you to go to church do as you are taught and try to live this down The viqtims were Alice and Alan Yeldem twins 3 years old Wayne Yeldem 7 Byron Yeldem 8 Elea nor Yeldem fl Elaine Yeldem 10 Eldon Geiler ID Building on Lehigh Row Burned Down Flames of Unknown Origin Destroy Structure and Contents Officers Wednesday afternoon were investigating a rumor that there was a buollejr war in con nection with the fire which de stroyed the Cerro Gordo bakery building on Lehigh row Wednes day morning It is understood according to officers that there is a contention between two groups of persons who have been in court in connection with liquor violations DAMAGE estimated at about 512 000 resulted Wednesday morn ing when the 13 B Cimijotti double building on Lehigh row burned to the ground destroying stock belong ing to the Cerro Gordo bakery and grocery and Nick Biskray The Al fred Cardarelli residence which ad joins this structure was also dam aged The Cimijotti building was erected last year to take the place of buildings that burned down The cause or the fjre has not been determined but started THE IMMOVABLE OBJECT WON by the popeaa thenew head of the Catholic church for the province ol Iowa and Nebraska After the procession entered the cathedral the papal bulls were read to the assemblage as a proclamation from the pope following which the Most Rev FumasoniBiondi arose from his gold and white draped throne as papal delegate and escort ed the new archbishop across the sanctuary to the archbishops throne draped in green velvet and up holstered in deep red plush the colors of the new prelate Gave Brief Speech The apostolic delegate spoke briefly laudingthe character and abilities of the new head of the arch diocese and calling on the people to no loyal and devoted to him This was followed by another pro cession as the attending clergy went forward to kneel and kiss the ring of the new archbishop The surplices and cassocks purple robes birettas and other vestments of the clergy added their colors to the gold and white of the pope in which the cathedral was decorated Archbishop Beckman wore the cappa magna of his archbishopric and the robes of his new office The apostolic delegate wore the luxur ious vestments of his office purple trimmed in ermine The installation sermon was preached by the Most Rev John Joseph Glennon archbishopof St Louis and the masf was celebrated by Bishop Edmund C Heelan of Sioux Cityx Mayor Council Attend A banquet for the distinguishec delegation of clergymen concluded the installation ceremonies Mayor William Meiiser of Du buque and the city council attended Turn PHRC 2 Column of the lack ofwater to fight the fire firemen were greatly handi capped A Northwestern switch en gine made three trips to near the scene of the fire to bringwater Mr Cimijotti has S3500 insur ance and has estimated his loss at 54800 The bakery and grocery lock owned by Andrew Sideris vas valued at He has nsurance The bakery equipment as damaged beyond repair and the roccry stock is a total loss Had Just Moved In Nick Biskray moved the grocery lock from a building on Lehigh ow to the west side of the Ciml ottt structure starting work at oclock Tuesday night and inishing at 2 oclock Wednesday norning His fixtures and stock vhich are valued at 51500 were estroyed He has no insurance Alfred Cardarelli had some barber hop equipment and pool tables tored in the Cimijotti building These were destroyed Mr Sirteris aid there had been no fire in the ovens of the bakery since 2 oclock Tuesday afternoon altho this was he part of the building in which the ire started The fire department was called at G oclock Wednesday morning When firemen arrived the rear of the one story frame structurewas a mass of flames No Wnter Available Since no water was available for fighting the fire hand pumps and booster lines were used but were of Turn io Incc 2 Column AUNT MET By Kobett Quillen Iaint never tried to luck Pas shins under the table at a party since the time T missed him an made the preacher drop his upper plate in the fioup KFOR STAN AntiSaloon League Woulc Run Another Candidate Says Resolution NEWARK N J May 7 The antisaloon league of Ncv Jersey has served what is in offtc a notice on Dwight W Morrow tiiri unless ho declares for prohibition In his campaign for the republica senatorial nomination a dry caiuii date will be named After a meeting of the headciuar tcrs committee of tluv at tended by V Scott McBride na tional superintendent of the organi xalion the following rtnternnt wn issued by the Rev Dr James K Shields state superinCondrnt Injuml hv Tractnr ALLISON May Reint a farmer living six miles south r was injured when his trn lor fell back on him throwing hii to tho grnunl He wns taken to Wavcrly lionpitm BRITAIN SURE OF INDIA OUTCOME Government Confident it Can Control Unruly Natives LONDON May 7 ment circles in India were rcpnt sented here today as confident not withstanding widespread rioiirj which has followed arrest of Ma hatma Gandhi that they can con trol the situation there They realize tho probability o further disturbances by mobs nl legcdly aroused by agents of thi AllIndia National congress bu apparently do not expect any con certed revolutionary movement HUC believe Iho mcAsnren already ad opted will iiiffico to iffrp agita tion within safe limits British businessmen in India ar said to share this view Ihe approve of the internment of Gaud hi which many of them 3d vocal ec for a long time prior lo govern ment action they believe that th government should refrain as ia as possible from fore ible measures lest matters he aer gravatcd and Ihn boycif tin fur oign goods and banks be strength cjiod rpHAT ancient question for de bates has been answered Here are two pictures to sub stantiate the contention that when the irresistible force meets an immovable object its the former that suffers most These views were taken on the paved highway south of Janesvilie late Sunday afternoon just after a Jefferson Highway company bus crashed into the cement railing a bridge The front of the ve hicle was demolished as the head on view below shows The big bus hangingon which dropped dowii into a small stream below These two pictures were made available to the GlobeGa zette by Edwin Dethlefs a school man at Thompson who happened by with a camera shortly after the mishap Nobody was injured in the crash Local Men Recuperating at Hospital ayloid May Be Moved Soon Movse Is More Serious HAMPTON May Mason City auto wreck victims E G Morse and Frank Gaylord res ten veil last night and are expected to continue on the way to recovery reports from the Hampton clinic stated today Both are conscious Mr Morse who suffered a frac tured skull still is in danger and will be for several days doctors be ieve No immediate apprehension concerning him is felt however Mr Gaylord Who suffered a concussion of the brain is recovering rapidly and will be taken home in two or more days providing his recupera tion continues Both men were thrown clear of the wrecked ma chine about 35 feet Cur Badly Wrecked The Mason City men were injured when a wheel on the Buick sedan they were driving crumpled as they swerved to pass a car driven by Guy Moore local farmer who had turned on the highway before them The accident happened one mile south o town on the pavement With the breaking of the wheel the car is believed to have turned over several times The auto is a mass of twisted metal and is be yond repair The wreckage of the car landed eventually on the pave ment headed toward the north The car driven by Moore was slightly damaged when it was struck by the 73 KILLED IN TEXAS TO School Teachers Save Chil dren as Building Is Carried Away Tex May 7 Death dealing tornado winds are be lieved to have taken a toll of at least 73 lives in widely separated Texas communities injured hun dreds of persons and caused tre mendous property damage News of devastating storms ycs terdny trickled in slowly from shattered villages and towns farm homes and ranches tornadoes followed The scries of other lesser disturbances which in the past week have swept across Oklahoma Texas Nebraska Missouri and into the middlcwest Frost Loses 2fi Starting at Spur and in the Abilene section in West Texas the winds skipped to northeast Texas and down upon McLennan Hill Navarro and Ellia counties Then the swirling storm clouds lifted for more than 200 miles to seek more victims near San Antonio From San Antonio the tornadoes bit deep er into southwest Texas along the border line of Karnes and DeWitt counties Turning again the winds struck in east Texas near Beau mont The little I own nf Frost in Navarro county probably suffered the greatest loss of life and prop erty Twentysix persons were killed and the entire business clis Wants Replacement Value of Assessments to Be Shown Public Demanding that his opponents furnish the public with a bill of par ticulars explaining what they call the replacement value of the state income tax Ed M Smith Winlerset candidate for the republican nom ination as governor declared in an address Tuesday night at the Lin coln school that such a tax would mly incrqase the tax burdens of lowans A fair sized crowd was Rather than pulling what ho bc icved to be an additional lax on the Mr Smith advocated col lecing all taxes which arc now as scssecl and putting teclh in the tax laws so that no taxpayers coulc evade them From Wisconsin This Time Two years ago Mr Smith re called the group now supportini the income tax as an economic cure all went over into Nebraska their gold brick in the shape of banlc guaranty Now the inatrumcn which was held up as the panace for all financial ills has been wipec off books and 65000 de poaitors who thot their money wa guaranteed have only little whit slips of paper to remind them o what has happened This year 111 same lowans have gone into anothe neighboring state for an income tax It has a slightly different polish but its the same gold brick It is easy to ride a hobby horse on election day if a candidate makes a vague offer to relieve taxes charged Mr Smith But what is thrown out as a relief measure is to catch a few votes and build up a machine Has Studied In 1S02 the state legislature rec ognized the need for tax revision Again in 1912 and in 1021 commit tees were appointed to make a study of the tax situation I was named on the latter committee The legis lature has believed the tax burden has not been distributed equally among the people It was easy in early days to tax real estate but now so much money is invested in slocks and other forms of wealth that it is difficult to arrive at a correct estimate As the tax burden increased the legis lature felt the need for a better lax system Mr Smith staled that the com NEW ARCHBISHOP Thn Most Rev Framls Joseph Bnckninn formerly of Lincoln Nclir who in stalled as archbishop of UiR flioircse muceeiltnj the late Archbishop 3 Kcune mittee of which be was a member made the same recommendations as other committees had made These were to determine Turn lo Inge li a means for Is Nominated in South Dakota BULLETIA SIOUX FALLS S Dnlc May 7 republican senulor 1401 of precincts in yos Icrdavs election jravo McMas tcr i58M votes and Danforih lGKi2 For republican governor 140S precincts of jrnvu Miss Ivle Gundnrxnn Trygsdu Unw ell 19791and CSrcon 32rH SIOUX FALLS S Dak May W H McMaster re publican independent and Gnv W J Bulow democrat were nominated for United Stales senator from South Dakota a past now held by McMaster according to unofficial returns today on Tuesdays state primary Miss Gladys Pyle secretary of state was leading a field of five in the republican gubernatorial race Miss Pyle held a plurality of more than 1000 over former Gnv Cart Gunderson who was running sec ond It appeared certain however Uvil neither Miss Pyle nor Gundorsnn would receive the H5 per cent of the total vote necessary for nomination and thrt it would be necessary to decide the nomination in party con vention Dry Candidate Wins Governor Billows running mate on the democratic ticket D A Mc Cullough was leading L 1C Corey Opposition Rallies Two Solons to Defeat Con firmation Picture on Pujre 3 WASHINGTON May 7 senate today rejected 7ohn J irker as an associate justice of e supreme court The vote was to 39 The North Carolina judge missed nfirmation after ten days of de ate on his attitude toward organ cd labor and the negro It is the first supreme court nom ation to be rejected since 1801 The senates decision leaves va tnt the scat of the late Justice inford Senators Are Iairccl Of those not voting it was an ounccd that the following were laired For confirmation Republicans Moses Phipps Nor 5cck Goff and Gruncly Democrats Smith King and Against confirmation Republicans McNary Robison Brookhart Glenn and McMaster Democrats Thomas oE Oklahoma George and Hcflin With 80 voting and 1G paired the entire membership of the senate was accounted for Including the pairs the senate stood 34 republicans and 13 demo crats for confirmation and 22 re publicans 26 democrats and one farmer labor against FOB CONFIRMATION Republicans Allen Bairci Bing ham Dale Fcss Gillett Goldsbor oiigh Gould Greene Hale Hastings Halficld Hefoert Jones Kean Keyes McCullovgh Metcalf Oddic Patterson Reed Shortridge Smoot Sullivan Thomas of Idaho Town send Walcott Waterman and Wat Democrats Blease Broussard Glass Harrison Overman Ranadell Simmons Steck Stephens and Tnro to Col inn n car before leaving the Forest Fires Thru highway Have Bud Bruises Mr Morse is the owner of a wholesale produce business in Ma son City and Mr Gaylord is pro prietor of the Hotel Hanford They were returning from the state con vention of the Rotary club in Mar shalltown when the accident hap pened Altho the men suffered no other broken bones than the skull in juries attending say thai their bodies are covered with bruis es and contusions Jay E Decker and Joe Hayncs who were behind Mr Morse and Mr Gaylord upon arriving in Hampton assisted in caring for them Mrs Morse and Mrs Gaylord left for Hampton as non aa they Icarned of the accident Tuesday I noon East Still Raging NEW YORK May pite the three day hatIes waged by thousand forest and brush fires were still burning on mnny fronts thruout tbp drough parched eastern states In New Jersey where but two of the worst fires were out or under control state autlrities and Red Cross agencies turned their atten tion to supplying food and shelter for families in iho fire wept areas New York fire wardens and vol unteers still were tiglitin forest and brush fires in a score of places and conservation department offi cials said Ihe fire wns now more serious than at avy tinn I nio year Stage Arranged for Reception Honoring Music Prize Winners Preparations were proceeding rapidly Wednesday for the commun ity reception W be held at the armory Friday night beginning at S oclock under the sponsorship of the American Legion and honoring the high school musical organizations their coaches who last week brot renown to Mason City at the Iowa City tournament The completed program would be ready for announcement Thursday according to Commander Nels Malm The high school musicians themselves including the state championship band will play a prominent part in the program There will no charge for ad mittance and it is hoped according to those in charge that the roccp Uon will be participated in principal ly by iidulLs cliilurcn of the cily having an opportunity previous ly to hear the various organizations Turn tn OlllllMU Total 39 AGAINST CONFIRMATION Republicans Blaine Borah Cap per CouKcni Cutting Deneen Fra xier Howell Johnson LnFollette Morris Nye Pine Robinson of In diana Schall Stiwer and Vanden bcrg17 Farmer 1 Democrats Ashurst Barklcy Black Bratton Brook Caraway Connally Copelancl Dill Harris Hawcs Hayden Kendrick McKel lar Pittnian Robinson of Arkan sas Sheppard Trammell Tydings Wagner Walsh of Mass Walsh of Mont and Total 41 Krcnrd Contest WASHINGTON May 7 The contest in the senate against Judge John J Parker of North Carolina Turn I IiiKo 2 Column Is Krcovoring CLARION May O Turl who has been seriously ill the past twoweeks with pneumonia is grad ually improving He conducts a real estate office here Severe Earthquake Felt in St Louis ST LOUIS May 7 earth quake of rather severe intensity was recorded in city this morn ing The first shock was recorded at a m C S T and fol lowed by two other shocks the most severe one at n m Seismo graph experts said the earthquake wnn in western Siberia south of Toblsk Will Rogers BEVERLY KILLS Cal May 7 The supreme court of tht United States Monday prohibit ed the sale ot anything in which liquor might be licll or transported in buttles barrets buck ets g o u r d s flasks corks labels b o x e s nails and bur lap sacks Can t sell any of IKHiKRS but ynu can sell Ihe vhcat and corn that its supposed to be made with In othrr vords ac cording to the decision you arc allowed to make but not allowcii to have anything to hold it in You see its on account of deci sions like I his is why they got to be careful the type of men they put on the supreme bench Yours WILL KOliffKS IOWA WEATHER Alostly cloudyItnin Wednes day nigiil unrt probably in nnrlh nast portion Thursday morning Cooler Wednesday night much iionlir in nnrlhcast portion Brisk to strong winds Wednes day afternoon and Wednesday night LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 21 hour period ending at 8 oclock Wednesday morning Maximum Tuesday 8V Minimum in Night At 8 A M Wednesday til Itiilnfall 87 of an Inch Rain has been recorded on all but two of the first seven days of May The 87 of an inch which descended in the afternoon and nf an inch in the the total to 147 inches Wednesday morning the wind was from tha southeast and clouds obscured thfl sun By midforenoon however tha sun had broken thru and appeared lo have belter than an even chance for gaining an ascendancy   

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