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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 10, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home VOL XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY HOME EDITION ASSOCIATED PKESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY MAY 10 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 183 Likes A Fight Welcome Op position of u S Chamber By CHAULES P STEWART May man Alexander Legge of the federal farm board gave a harsh grow of satisfaction and hung up his phone The U S chamber of com merce represent ing all the coun trys biggest business inter ests had just adopted resolu tions denouncing operation of the agricultural mar keting act by virtue of which the farm board functions and demand ing reductiou in the latters status from one of the most powerful ad ministrative bodies in America to the caliber of a mere information bureau It was a scouts report of this development that Chairman Legge had been listening He smiled When the earths face puckered In an elemental grin and the Rockies were uplifted the effect consider ably magnified of coursed must have been somewhat similar to the expression which passed transiently over Alexander Legges craggy fea tures I mean to say that even Chairman Legges smile looks like something to be reckoned with in terms of dy and other high and as if it might not yield to iuem either very easily f what weve needed E said Chairman Legge of the 1 TJ S chamber of commerces resolu tfons Some good strong opposition Now we shall begin to get real solidarity into the farmers LE TEXAS Senator Office Ransacked Stance and surmising it to be a tin io Page a Column S CLUB AGAIN Officers Visit Roadhouse Second Time in Three Days CHICAGO May 10 Capones Cotton club in Cicero was raided early today for the second time in three days The squad of prohibition agents who made the raid arrested Percy Haller manager of the night club after he had knocked from the hand of oue of the agents a glass containing what appeared to be a highball The agent had picked it up from the table of a guest and was seeking by taste and smell to determine if it contained liquor The club was filled when the agents arrived and began moving from table to table searching for liouor Haller was at liberty on bond fol lowing his arrest during the pre vious raid Coo Collcgn Kcad III CEDAR RAPIDS May10 Wl President H M Gacje of Coe col lege is confined to his home with a slight attack of blood poisoning in his right foot Doctors do uot consider his case serious altho they have ordered that he be confined to his bed SENATE 0 K ON ROBERTS STILL IS UNCERTAINTY Opposition Grows on Nominees Stand on Liquor Question WASHINGTON May 10 The confidence of the administration that Owen J Roberts will prove ceptable to the1 senate as an asso ciate justice of the supreme court was undiminished today by a threat of opposition based upon the pro hibition issue The regular republican group was enthusiastic over the presidents choice and the nomination was wel comed too by the leaders of the successful fight against the confir mation of Judge John J Parker whose rejection opened the way for the Roberts appointment Outcome Unknown But from the south came a pro test that in delivering an address in 1B23 Roberts denounced the eigh teenth amendment Senator Shep pard democrat Texas one of tne authors of the amendment said that was enough for him and that he would oppose he announced he had been reliably informed that Roberts had denied making the assertions attributed to him and that he Sheppard would withhold judgment pending a study ase with the nbmina tloihs of Chief Justice Hughes and of Parker When first submitted to the senate confirmation seemed likely by an overwhelming vote But re calling that the tremendous contro versies over Hughes and Parker de veloped from just such small be ginnings observers here were hesi tant In predicting the outcome Against Amendment The prohibition question as ap plied to the Roberts nomination goes back to the time when his name was before the senate for con firmation as special government prosecutor in the oil scandal cases Turn tn Ill BO 2 Coliuim Former Secretary of Interior Suffering From Nervous Trouble CHICAGO May 10 O West former secretary of the in terior is recovering from a nervous breakdown suffered his friends said because of ovferexertion in the recent Illinois political campaign Mr West was known as a support er of Senator Charles S Dencen who was benten for rcnominalion by Ruth Hanna McCormick ALDERMAN IS AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Most everybody there tliot it was Joes oldest boy but I never can tell whether its the oldest one lickered up or the idiot one actin natural Widow Then Tries to Take Her Own Life Both in Hospital MINNEAPOLIS May 10 woman shot and critically wounded Alderman J Russell Sheffield today then shot herself in the abdomen Sheffield and the woman Mrs Marie Riley 31 a widow were re ported death at hospitals to wK they were taken Sheffield shot twice said he and the woman returned from a party early today and quarreled afteren tering Mrs Rileys home She seized a revolver and ordered him into thc back yard saying Its time for you to say your prayers M C Band Fund Reaches Total But More Is Needed if Roads Refuse Low Rate The Mohawk band is going to Flint That wag guaranteed Saturday when new contributions to the band fund raised the total to more than The original objective was based on an assumption that a specially reduced fare could be had Up to 3 oclock Saturday after noon authorization for this had not been received j Thus if it is necessary to pay the customary special train fare instead of the onefareforbothways which had been anticipated it may be necessary to add at least to the present total Ona of the most appreciated gifts in the new increment was one for from the union musi cians of the city carrying with it as it did the gracious goodwill of i that group j It iT hoped that announcement concerning this can be made Mon day Hero is the list of contribu tors as it has been added to since the last report Previously reported G C Bagley 100 Jacob E Decker Sons 300 Hanfdril vTyiacNtcIer 100 100 100 100 100 30 100 1 rt I r V 10 GOLD STAR MOTHERS SAIL States Cement11 Mason CltyvBriclf and Tilo Peoples Gas and Elcctrfo First National Bank J Koffron Herman Kuudson B C Way Liiko D Miller ThompsonDenn company F T McLaughlin W S WiIcox Mason City Federation of flluslclann A L Willson Garrctt Chapman Parltcr Brothers Auto Laun dry Gilrtncp C St Glass Hormnnson Brothers Sherman Yclland Northwest Savings Bank Dr C M Crnbb Highway Oil company C A Snook Jr ODY OF BURNED EVERY CABINET DESK AND RLE IS BROKEN INTO Personal Correspondence of Califorman Is Read WASHINGTON Miy 10 office of Senator Johnson re publican of California in the cap itol building was ransacked last 1 Lhen committed suicide night and the files of his personal Neighbors found the bodies The EGRO IS TAKEN HOWLING Mother Kills 3 Children Then Herself CHICAGO May 10 Al bino De Porre two months a widow slew her three children today and correspondence rifled Every destf cabinet and letter file in the office was broken into Cap itol and city police began an inves tigation the fourth of its kind ou Capitol Hill in recent days Aroused Senator Johnson The evidence is conclusive thai my private and personal correspon dence was sought and read So far as Senator Johnson could learn at first nothing was taken Crom his office Detectives found several nmrits which they said indicated the mar auder wore gloves woman slashed the throat oC her eldest daughter shot a boy aged and a daughter 11 and then cut her own throat and shot herself Poverty and grief over tha death of her husband and father arc Uiot to have driven tho woman to the act which wiped out the family SEEK TO PREVENT INDIAN RIOTING 3 Blocks Destroyed After Burning Courthouse BULLETIN AUSTIN Texas Miiy 10 T to the adjutant sen oral this morning indicated an I ho ri ties hud tin riot situa tion at Sliermuii well in hund It was considered unlikely that additional troops would he sent Probability Ujis expressed by state officials that a court of In quiry would litenlivened in Sherman to investigate the firing on government troops by members of the mob Whether tho federal government will be asked to convene tho mqulsitor iixl body expected to be de termined Mothers Day Sunday will find more than 00 Gold Star mothers on hoard the liner America enrouto to Hie graves of their sonn who died in tho World war Vnul W Chapman president of the TJnltcd StatofCIirios jrold star Helen Williamson of West Palm Beach prior to the sailing Capt George W Fried of the Ifnrr is shovtn in the wnter with Mrs K M nraeTr CHERMAN Texas May 10 reign of terror by a raging mob which burned and wrecked three blocks of Negro buildings after kill ing a Negro who had attacked a The senator observed today a Unusual PrPiaiiTinTu Talron white woman was ended here to ne pickeduppersona letters which Precautions wilh Uie avrjval 300 adtl had been extracted from the files DV British for Week lioiial National Guardsmen who and left lying outside that somei C J rv promptly arrested alleged lead bodys ears are tingling if these kna ViUlCt era ot the riot were read j I Tllc lroops commanded by Col After examination capital of BOMBAY India May 10 1 avvrcllce McGee and Col L S reported that the cleaner of protective measures Lawrence u Mckee ana L fa PASTOR ACCUSES FOUR BISHOPS M CAMetesM Qualify in 4 Davidson arrived shortly nftcr Undue Political Activity Track Events Charged Against Church Dignitaries GRINN7ELL May Ma son City high school tracksters Kenney and lloore qualified for the IVT finals in the twentythird annual WASHINGTON Ga May 10 tTi jntcrscholaslic meet by j place usually closely guarded j is nn event which eve un Only recently Senator McKellar normal circumstances carrier J democrat Tennessee reported to iL tle of disturbances the senate that his office had been ransacked Senator Smoot repub lican Utah and Brock democrat Tennessee reported 70 Men Kefieveci The stragglers of the mob which 10 Grand total He took flight but both shots j tetaries HOOVER REACHES RAPIDAN CAMP Convicts Working on High ways Stare Curiously at President ORANGE Va May 10 a speedy trip from the white house over almost deserted roads Presi dent Hoover and a small party of friends arrived before noon today at his mountain camp in Virginia High speed was maintained most of the way The trip was broken twice for brief periods by halts on account of road reconstruction As the presidents car paused the several score convicts who were working on the road stared curious ly at the chief executive The party included Associate Jus tice Stone Secretary Wilbur Dr Hubert Work former chairman of the republican national committee Captain Boone white house physi cian Walter Hope assistant secre tary of the treasury and Lawrence Rlchcy one of the presidents sec 5 j Rev Remberg G Smith southern Methodist preacher here today disclosed charges he had made against four bishops of the church because of unwarranted political activities in 1928 He charged Bishop James Cannon Jr Edwin p Mou zon and John M Moore withvio lation of a church rule laid down in Baltimore in 1781 providing equal political rights for Roman Catholic citizens ill line with the constitution of the United States He added Bishop H M DuBose to the list in making charges of politi cal activity in their capacity as bishops but outside the scope of their rights and duties as such He charged that Bishop Cannon during the 1928 presidential campaign worked on an expense account paid by northern republicans Smith cited news reports and claimed to have had personal obser vation of Bishop Cannons actions at at least one meeting which he said refuted the bishops claim in Dallas that his actions ip were those of a private citizen and not as a bishop I was present at an antiSmith proHoover meeting in Macon am heard Bishop Cannon say he was there as a representative of Uie board of temperance and social service of the Methodist Episcopal church south Smith said fired by the widow took effect Then she turned the gun on herself At general hospital where she under went an operation for removal of the bullet Mrs Riley refused to talk Sheffield married is under indict ment on a bribery charge growing out of a city council graft investiga tion 7ulior Reaches Warsaw WARSAW Poland May 10 Adolf Zukor president of the Para moimrFamotisLasky corpora tion today arrived in Warsaw to begin Secretary Hurley who has been suffering with a recurrent stomach ailment met the party at the camp where he had been resting for sev eral days placing in the preliminaries this morning Kenney loafed his way to easy firsts in both hurdle races while Moore took a long and a second in the century to j qualify A heavy rain last night and this morning slowed up thc track anniversary of the grout lnst nioht blasted open a vault in Sepoy mutiny of 1807 and wilh1 Llle courthouse it had burned HinduMoslem antipathiesgreatly j eirlier in the day and then paraded accentuated by reason of Moslem j tlie town with thc bodv of George abstinence from tlie civil disobedi1 Hughes Negro were standing once wns particn lar apprehension Moslem sacrifice around watching the embers of nu merous incendiary fires when the considerably for the qualifying races but clear weather is in sight for the afternoons program 120Yir High fiers Kenney Mason City Still Newton Kittreli West Waterloo Hanson Clinton Preston Daven port Clark Lincoln high Des Moincs Brill Kast Des Moiues Bremcr Roosevelt DCS Moincs Best time 174 by Kenney 100Yard u a 1 i f i e r s Shearer of Holtx of Dysart Hyland of Northwooii Feuher of Grant high Cedar Rap ids Smith of Washington high Cedar Rapids Moore of Mason City Bisom of Newton Rancier neclt of Grant high Cedar Rapiils Best time 307 by Holland of Northwood 220Yiircl Low of cows sacred to thc Hindus con itlditionnl troops arrived They soon sitilled another danger clement scattered The Negro had been im In Sholapur scene of sanguinary Phoned in thc courthouse vault by rioting Wednesday and Thursday ini mels sought to save his life which unofficial cstimnic1 of 10 A quota tif liO nr 70 guardsmen nuraie races r rn o dead and 400 wounded are made nn Dallas win earlier yesterday first in thc fur tOC College Officer Kills Self was issued forbidding nsscm hild hcIPcss l the orgy foly of more than five persons Abbas Tynbji retired high court justice of the native slate of Biirodst who has talien Gandhis place at Students Are Taken to Baltimore by Air PITTSBURGH Pa May 10 Seven planes Carrying students from several universities left here toduy for Baltimore on the Curtiss Wright college air tour The group is made up of two student from each insti tution Represented are Carnegie Institute of Technology Michigan Ohio State Kansas Universtiy the University of Illinois Detroit uni versity and Minnesota Blylho Io Speaker NORA SPRINGS May Lions club held its regular monthly meeting Tuesday evening Mr and Mrs James E Blythe ot Mason City were guests of honor Mr Blythe gave an interesting talk about Granada and incidents pi production of talking films in their travel around the world Mri fiers Martin of Lincoln high Des Moines Lnyden o Davenprirt Itiedsel of Clinton Kittreli of Worst Waterloo Assley of Washington high Cedar Rapids Scnson of Clin ton Kenney of Mason City Clark of West Waterloo Best time 287 by Kenney of Mason City 320Yard Holtz of Dysart Henson of Roosevelt high Des Moines Moore of Mason City Fueher of Washington high Cedar Rapids Hyland of North wood Bauman of Newton Flam ming of Davenport Stevenson of West Waterloo Best lime 252 by Holland of Northwood or Century Dnsli COLUMBUS Ohio May 10 George Simpson Ohio State cham pion sprinter won thc 100 yard dash opening event of Ohio States dual meet with the Navy in the slow time of seconds here today Simpson started fast but slowed down at about thc 40 yard mark where McKenzie of Navy passed in Home Widow Is Questioned CEDAR RAPIDS May 10 Two investigations were opened today into the suicide of Capt if violence was given a respite from gruelling hours of battling with the infuriated citijens bent upon re venge upon thc Negro who con the head of the civil disobedience campaign announced that he will i march Monday from Karadi Matvail Turn Column u inv lit VillJL Philip A Payne ot the Coc college I on Thursday military department Captain Payne j uiiivni L i killed himself by shooting late Fri srilt He expects to arri raid the government opcr day pects to arrive with nation Col Bowers Davis of the Coe aist vollmleera at Dharnnana Wed military department conducted one Clucking the le1 important extension of the a one investigalion while Coroner R A JOts lhe ext Vorpahl was attempting to deterj mine whether an inquest would be necessary Colonel Davis talked with Cap tain Paynes widow who told him civil disobedience campaign and which thc government naT warned obviously probably will involve vio vol her husband had made threats to untccrs conflncd themselves tu end his life following family dis1 maltlnff the themselves putes He made such a threat IOWA WEATHER Unsetllcd Saturday and Sunday or Ihunder storius probable cooler Salur iliy nighl In west and ccnlral portions and In north central portion Sunday terday Colonel Davis said she told him but Mrs paid no attcn lion until she heard the shot and saw him stagger from the room into the bathroom where he died Faces Windstorm at Titonka Does Damage tO Farm i hlmSimpson put on steam passing his opponent and coasted to the fin TITONKAMay wind storm early Friday morning did some damage at the Mrs G Boyken farm cast of Titonlta It twisted the ish with about a two yard lead Any constructive thinker can i Polish He was accompanied by two j Blythe will give n talk on trees one tree falling on to a coal cattle barn and blew down some easily realize that prohibition will directors Mothers of tho Worlrl I I house smashing it never prohibit until enforcement en Times Will Rogers Says BEVERLY HILLS Cal May 10 The Ohio convicts arc serv ing pretty tough sentences First they burn em up Now they shoot em while they sleep About the only calamity left to cm outside of somebody poi soning th e i r wTell will be the Ohio legislature Bobby Jones played golf with the Prince of Wales Thursday and said The Prince would be a fine golfer All he needs is some practice Very diplomatically said Bobby We would all be mighty prosperous in this coun try All we need is just some money to practice it with Yours WILL ROGRRS LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGa7cttc weather figures for hour period ending nt 3 oclock Saturday morning Maximum Friday 50 Minimum In Night in At 8 A M Saturday Ci Traco of Ircrlpitutinn Students of meteorology in check i ing over the statistics for this iadio acl an milcensed vvill mnlcc of lhe Radic Convicted FiveYear Sentence ST LOUIS Mo May 10 ili I George W Fcllowcs 33 firsl man i to be convicted under tlie federal short wave broadcasting station to day faced sentencing with a maxi mum penalty of five years imprison ment or a fine or both Fel that on every day save two of the first 10 days there was rain tn varying amounts Early Saturday morning there wns a faint tracf lowos private detective and a during iation recurred in greater amount ing machine salesman admitted operated a short wave length sta tion at his home here but contended the radio act in unconstitutional No harm is being clone by the pre cipitation except that farmers are finding it a bit difficult to gel into their fields for planting operations WEEKS FORECAST Weather outlook for the week be ginning Mortday May 12 For tho upper Mississippi and lower Mis bombs one of black powddr the I souri valleys and the northern and other of dynamite exploded on the central great one south side last night and early j or shower periods tempera Bombs Damage Chicago Buildings CHICAGO May 10 today Five members of thc family of Jack Atkins were thrown from ned when the lesser bomb exploded in front of the Alkinn restaurant early today A much more powerful bomb ox plodcd in front of William Con loy Irs real estate office on the far south side late last nigh Neither Conroy nor Allans coiilii I offer explanations of thc lures mostly near or below normal i   

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