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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 15, 1930, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas f f XXXVI FIVB CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE PFTV THWA rmrTTPgrtA MAbON CITY IOWA THURSDAY MAY 15 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL 0 Edited for the Home EDITION NO 187 New Tariff Affects All Senate to Fight Over London Treaty Next By CHAHLES P SlEWART ASHINGTON May 15 Hov the tariff figh ends between now and coii gross adjourn ment will mak great dea more differenc to the averag American than the outcome o the ar gument over the reach ed at the recen naval conference in London The cost of liv ing jobs and con siderations de pent on tariffrates Issues of future peace or war in the course of the next 50 or 75 years mny depend on the answer to the naval nueotion that is to sav they might if in strict confidence the whole controvedsy were not percent bunk However the effects of whatever Is done in connection with the naval matter will cot begin to be felt in side throe or four weeks as fects of the final settlement of the longdrawnout struggle over the HawleySmooth tariff bill will COR all that as a crossword puz zle the naval bargain up at the London conference in the last three months does haue its points of interest It will be worth watching to see how it works ttsslf out Presumably it does not mean much of anything As soon as it became apparent as the London negotiations progressed thft nothing could possibly be ac complished in direction of naval Turn lo page 1 column 1 t INDICT2FOR HARRIS KILLING Campbell and Sonderleiter to Be Brot to Trial Im mediately DES MOINBS MayIS men were under indictmentx today forthe killing of Jack Harris here of April 28 in a bootleg gers war Clarence Campbell Chi cago andKenneth SondeTsilter of Des Moines held in the county jail without bond were named in true bills voted The case is expected to be tried at once Tho pair may be tried sep arately or jointly depending upon the decision of their attorneys Jimmy Dickerson and William Dushoff the latter a brother of Harris are free on bonds on charges of assault with intent to commit murder in connection wilh the wounding of Campbell who last an eye during the shooting Their case are under investigation by the grand jury Lord Derby Offers His Estate for Sale LIVERPOOL England May 15 that Knowlsey and estate the ancestral home of the Earls of Derby thru five turies has been placed in the mar ket for sale has created astonish ment and some sadness in the dis trict The estate comprises 2500 acres of wooded land pastures and lakes The hall has been as possibly suitable for a sanatorium Heavy taxation and threatened bur dens of taxation are said to haxe Induced Lord Derby to part with his principal w AUNT HET By Robert Quillen 411 Men an women is differ ent an so is young an old but they all wear the same look p punctured vanity they see the prnofs o their new photograph WAR NICARAGUA T lalt Woman Leaders Raid on Salt Depot FOLLOWERS ARE SURROUNDED BY NATIVE POLICE Gandhis Successor De clares She Wont Turn Back PvHARASAAN India May 15 this forenoon nipped in the bud Mrs Sarojini Naidus pro jector civil disobedience leadership by surrounding her large party of volunteers as they started to raid the salt depot here Mrs Naidu told police she would not turn back She directed her fol lowers to squat in the road The police action indicated the governments determination to practice firm methods against the said raids Mrs Naidu has assembled her followers early in the morning vol unteers flocking to the Xenee just outside this town Plans New Salt Raids BOMBAY India May 15 The British government took ex treme precautions today to event the raid of Indian nation alists under Mrs Sarojini Naidu on thesalt depots at Dharsaana Orders were issued prohibiting as sembly of more than four persons in the vicinity of the salt depots which tho privately owner are Htate operated The entire police force or Jalalpur was said to have Jieen removed to the threatened point L One years simple imprisonment was assessed Mrs Lakshmipathi widely known social worker of Madras the first woman to be tak Jtv intdcustody by the government since the civil disobedience cam paignbegan Her offense was lead ng a demonstration against the salt aws at Vedaranyam Arc Instigating Revolt There were renewed disturbing reports today from the northwest frontier where communists were said to be subsidizing the AllIndia National congress agitation and to je instigating revolt among the ribesmen some of whom are re ported wearing the hammer and sickle badge of the Soviets Defection of the clan of Tochi Wazirs who hitherto always re mained loyal to the British rule and who cordially aided the British n the Mahsud rebellion is causing much worry here They have risen n arms against the British alleged y at the instigation of AllIndia National congress agents in the pay if communists Three Arrested as Rioters SHOLAPUR Bombay May 15 arrests were made today in connection with last weeks rioting here They brot the total taken into custody thus far to eight J E B Hotson home member of he Bombay government arrived lere last night and made a tour of he city which is now quiet He conferred with the commanding of ficer regarding conditions KOHJBliAI IS HEARING END Final Arguments Delivered by Defense Jurors Get Judges Questions SEBOYGAN Wis May 15 Defense attorneys today delivered inal arguments before the jury learing the ouster suit against1 Gov Walter J Kohler as the case rap dly drew ft a close It was expected the case would reach the jury this afternoon Overrruling defense pleas for a directed verdict of acquittal by fhc court circuit judge Gustavo Gahra ordered that the jury return a ial verdict hinged upon o eight questions propounded by he court After 10 jurors concur on ins vers the judge may render a timi ng or may rule upon motions like y to be presented the defense or prosecution to have the answers of he jurors set aside Injuries Prove Ffital LYONS Nebr May 15 irokcn neck suffered when an nu omobile upset on a graveled road ctwcen here ami Wallill Nebr rc nltcd in the death today of Ger aldinc Davin 17 Iowa Business Men Indorse Legge Policy DES MOINES May 15 UP Protests against the attitude the United States chamber of cpm merce has taken with regard to the federal farm board continued to be made by businessmens organiza tions turnout Iowa today All Jiave expressed confidence in Chairman Alexander Leggeand the federal farm board The commercial club of West Branch boyhood home of President Hoover was one of the organiza tions to raise its voice in protest against the United States chamber today Stand With President It expressed itself on in favor of standing solidly behind President Hoover and the federal farm board believing that the United States chamber of commerce has rebuked not only every farmer in Iowa and of the nation but their action is an affront to all our people who de pend upon agriculture as their basic support The Webster City businessmens association adopted a similar reso lution today It called the national chambers stand on the federal farm board a short sighted action inimical to agriculture A dozen or more otherIowa busi ness organizations have takensim ilar action Trie Spencer commercial club and the Greater Council Bluffs association both adopted reso lutions of censure against the na tional body and calling ujoti it to rescind its recent action Condemnatory The recently organized farm land division off the Iowa Associa tion of RealEstate Boards issued a statement of condemnation in which Jf charged thatthenatiohalcham ber was making an attempt to destroy in the federal farm board and commended Chair man Legge and the other members of the board for the courageous manner in which they have under taken the work and the sincerity of purpose which their activities liave disclosed Among other Iowa organizations to adopt similar resolutions are chambers of commerce or business mens clubs at Shenandoah whose chamber voted to resign its mem Dership in the United States 3erRed Oak Dehison Carroll Boone Davenport Des Moines and Storm Lake LOCATE TRAMP RUM STEAMER Coastguard Captures Vessel With 5000 Cases of Liquor Aboard GREEN BAY Wis May 15 The tramp steamer Ansterberg with 5000 cases of Canadian beer and ale aboard was captured late yesterday by a crew of the Plum Island coastguard station as it at tempted to run into Green Bay from Lake Michigan Capt M A Jackson of the Plum Island station sighted the ship which had been painted black late yesteday afternoon It was running at top speed A coastguard cullcr gave chase nnd soon overhauled the tramp steamer as it was attempting to run the straits into Green Bay at the tip of the Door county penin caught in rum traffic once beforehand was con fiscated by United States customs agents and libeled a Canadian port Last summer coastguardsmen learned the ship was secretly put under steam and slipped its moor ings Since then its whereabouts remained a mystery From Sturgeon bay to Chicago along the Michigan Wisconsin and Illinois shores coastguardmen have combed the lake for the ship since Tuesday Hyde to Visit Iowa June 2 IOWA CITYMay 15 M Hyde secretary of agriculture will return to the University of owa Tune 2 forthe thirtieth anni versary of his graduation it was announced today His class will hold reunion during commencement vee1 CAGLES MARRIAGE REVEALED Asaocirttcd Piess rhnto Records in Orotna La court royqalert that Red Armv football star and Marlon Munford HaJlc of New Roads La were married Aug 25 1928 resulting in the commandintr officer at West Point requesting the resignation ot tho famed football star In accord anco with one of the Institutions strictest rules FIVE OPPOSE GOV NOMAD Cover d Senator to Be PORTLAND Ore May 15 CP The Oregon electorate tomorrow willnominate a governor a United States senator representatives in congress from three districts two state supremo court justices arid state senators Governor A W Norblad will face five republican opponents and four democratic candidates in his fight for reelection The republicans arc J E Bonnet Henry Corbett lharles Hall John A Jeffry and state senator George W Joseph The democrats are A F Bailey A C Hough Ed S Pipe and George R Wilbur Prohibition and public ownership of were the campaign Is sues with Hough candidate for overnor L B Sandblast re publican candidate for representa tive in congress from the third Ore on district favoring modification thru government control of liquor United States Senator Charles L McNary republican will be op posed by one democrat Elton Wat Itins Portland for reelection CHINAS DICTUM ALARMS TOKYO Vessels Causes Uneasiness Mn Japan TOKY O May 15 c Jap a neseTgovernment it became known today takesa serious view of an order issued I byChinas nationalist government at Nanking directing the commander of the Manchuriaa sea force tohalt all vessels enter ing or leaving Tientsin in order to prevent arms and munitions from reaching the northern military al liance which has rebelled against the Nanking regime It was learned from authoritative sources that Tokyo intends soon Lo reply to Nanking alleging that such action would infringe on Japa nese rights under international law and warning that over incidents arising from the order would create a serious situation Nankings notification issued last Tuesday which it is understood WHS handed to representatives of all the powers said that Nanking had in structed Admiral Shen HungLieh a subordinate of Gov ChangHsuoh Liang of Manchuria to base his squardon atTsingtao Scouts Pass Tests in Mitchell County Will Next Be in Mason City OSAGE May Lund of St Ansgar Richard May Bob Christiansen Hubert and Wilbert Wallingford passed the preliminary examination before the Boy Scout Board of Review and next go to the court of honor in Mason City in or der to be made second class scouts 3upt G H Sawyer the Rev P T Solem and Dr G L Horton are members of the board of review HOLD ATTORNEY IN FRAUD CASE Thayer Lawyer Arrested for Using Mails in Ring Purchases CRESTON May 15 T Gibson Thayer attorney was ar rested today by A L Bourkdep uty United States marshal on a charge of using the mails tq de fiaud The warrant was issued on information contained in an indict ment returnedby the federal grand jury at Des Moines April Gibson is charged with ordering diamond rings at Kansas City nnd Ohicago from a mail order houst1 mder the name of 1 w Griggs Bond was set at 52500 Santa Clans takes himself off af er Christmas hut the renl live rabbit you buy for Ihc kid on Kasl er becomes a Louis GlnlinDemocrat 2 ADMIRALS IN DISPUTE LONDON TREATY Pratt Supports Pact But Jones Offers Criti cism WASHINGTON May 15 Two grey haired admirals of he American navy each with up vards of a half century of distin guished service behind him dis agreed pointedly today over the merits of the naval treaty London Sounding the first note of protest rom any official quarter Rear Ad miral Hilary P Jones long an out standing figure among navy men old the senate foreign relations committee that he not only dis agreed with many of the decisions of the London conference but thot a Jifferent settlement would have been entirely possible Pratt Thinks Its O K At the time Admiral Wil iam V Pratt commander of the oattle fleet was advising the senate naval committee that the treaty suited him that he was satisfied to have fewer eight inch gun cruisers than ttie navy previously had asked and that in any case the American delegation at London got the beat it could Both admirals were naval arl London but Jones Jeft be foie the conference ended becaus of Illness and he came to the cprii mitlee table today leaning heavily on a cane Great Britain Jones said always had tried to Keat down the Ameri can strengthen the eightinch cruis ers most desired by the navy and Turn to Page IS Column 4 200 KILLED BY CHINESE REDS in Property Is Looted in Town Near Hankow HANKOWChina May 15 UP Two hundred persons today were reported killed and 500000 worlli of property looted by Reds at tacking Simakow a town of the Han river 40 miles from Hankow The Reds burned the town Tbr garrison fought bravely but wai overwhelmed Hanchwan across the river from Simakow today was surrounded by 3000 attackers well equipped with machine guns One of Armours30 Day Elevators Is Destroyed by Fire CHICAGO May 15 of the thirtyday elevator built by the late Philip D Armour Hi in his 3898 wheat battle with Jo seph Leiter was destroyed by fire last night with an accompanying property loss estimated at Described by Fire Chief Michael as Chicagos most spec tacular fire in years the blare started with a spontaneous com bustion of grain and for more than ah hour threatened all of Goose In land in Ihc Chicago river Two fire boats helped fight flumes while thousandof people looked nn Arrest House Members to Obtain Vote WASHINGTON May 15 minor agricultural bill was the cause last night of a filibuster in the usually wellregulated house and th2 arrest of absentee among them Speaker for the purpose of obtaininga quorum Vigorous opposition to the meas ure carried the days session well into the evening and then it was discovered that the chamber could neither take action on the bill nor adjourn for want of the necessary Allison High School Play Will Be May 22 ALLISON May senior class play Crooks For a Month vill be given May 22 at the Legion iall The leading parts are taken jy Bernice Brauer and Wayne Hag arty Others taking parls are iath Emerson Mary Busch Phyllis 3abcock Kermit Roelf Bob Zierl Virgil Shcpard and Claude Steven son Miss Helen Hamilton is tlieir coach najority of the membership Arrested by Dozen Those present however could to have the absentees arrested nd conducted to the chamber by he sergcanlatarms and this they roceedcd todo Representative Til on of Connecticut the republican eadcr who was in the chair signed rders of arrest by the dozen Among the first to beescorted nto the chamber was Speaker ongworth and others followed But hen a new difficulty arose Those already in attendance had gone without dinner and about 60 of hem took advantage of trie interim while the arrests were being made to visit the house restaurant VVootlu Filibusters To the restaurant went the scr geantatarms and bis staff and a general roundup of members fol lowed Finally enough were m Hi chamber to conduct business A mo lion was put and carried that tU bill m dispute be taken nous adjourned For six hours Representative Wood of Indianaii and Stafford t Wisconsin both republicans fil busterert against the bill and ex hausted every parliamentary mean of preventing passage They opposed it na a measure disapproved by the president and the farm board nnc contended that the foreign service MARINES BEGIN NEW OFFENSIVE AGAINST REBELS Several Encounters Al ready Have Brot Bandit Losses JWJANAGUA Nicaragua May 15 1V1 Slates marines and the marinaofficed national guard have recommenced intensive activity in northern Nicaragua against groups described in an official state ment as bandits In six encounters between May 5 and May 12 1C ban dits were killed Commander General Douglas Mc Dougal of the Nicaraguan national guard and a colonel of marines in an official report of the encounters said that all ihc men killed wore red hat bands as their only insignia He said he did not believe there was any central leader to the mililary opposition licport Sandino Buck An investigation is being made of mconflrmed rumors that Augustino andlna former selfexiled insur gent chief has returned to Nica agua from Meiida Yucatan by vay of Salvador and is now direct ng another insurgent force The cabinet meeting Tuesday continued for 60 days the state of siege in the northern department of Matagalpa Chontales Jinoiega Esteli and the Segovias Tho first encounter on May 5 took place at Naranjo near the Hon duran border Two banditR were of the department of commerce wns letter fitted to carry out the pro cct that the bill contemplated Three Thot Drowned in Ship Collision NEW YORK May 15 iavamiah liner City of Atlanta and the schooner A Kim collided early to day 47 miles off Barnegat W J and three of the schooners crew were believed drowned A wireless message from the Cily of Atlanta said the liner had talten the captain mate and six sailors aboard Police Question 2 Men in Des Moines Slaying Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal May poor U S army suf fered its greatest defeat Tues day It was left humiliated and prostrated o n the field by an o 1 cl ngeworn mothcaten mar riage cerificatc In delving thru o I d historical documents i t was found that Private Red Cagle possessedWILL an incumbrance in the way of a wife So Wednesday the secre tary of war yanked him out of the West Point lineup and sent in 14 single men to replace him No wonder the Navy quit playing them You cant beat boys that are doing it for the wife and kiddies and not for just the glory of the rnmptii This of course will cancel all games by Red after he went matrimony The whole thing looks Hltc an other scheme to discredit tlio prcscnt republican administra tion as Ucd is a Louisiana dem ocrat The moral is if matrimony aids all players like it did him Knutc Rocknes Noire Uanie team must all be bigamists Yours WILL ROCiKKS Gibson Accused in Warrants of GaTs Murder DES MOINES May 15 IV Ctilmiuating a statewide seaich that lasted for three days lw men sought on warrants charging the killing of Evelyn Lee the 9 year old DCS Motnes school girl who was found dead after a criminal nssmiit last Saturday arc in custody police after their arrest Insl Carl McCunc 31 anil Elmer Gib son 3n were arreslcrl shortly allci their relurn to Des Moincs frtiin a weekend trip which they claimed was marie lo do olcl jota Thry were picked up at the home of McCuncs mother Wtncssns lo I5r Callnil Sheriff Park Findley has war rants charging them with the lull ing nf the little girl who was secret ed away on her journey home but they are as yet unserved The war rants were obtained yesterday by the sheriff who announced that he was seeking the pair The men were put thru n grilling by the police shortly after their ar rest but no results of the question Ing have been made public R is understood thai they disavowed any connection with the crime Witnesses wbn assert Ihry saw a machine drive up to the ciirb and watched ils driver invite Evelyn foi 1 ride last Saturday wore called to identify if possible cither of the men L 1 Slrnyer one nf the wit nesses said he could not positively identify thim Tn Hijir Alibis Police confisvMlcfl n psirbnar i I nick owned by McCune anrwcnnp I Turn 1n Ingc Column 11 I jcantureaf ariio emalVjifluantity of atrhs confiscated Oh May 6 a small patrol prepar ing to camp for the njght was am bushed and one guardsman was wounded On the next day occurred tlie action at San Juan when TOO men opened fire from four sides on a marine and contabulary patrol Four juiirds Kjllert Four guards were killed and two voundcd and nil the supplies and one of Ihc pack animals were lost he bandits lost six dead A small patrol on May 8 cup rcd 19 horse saddled dynamite arms ammunition and staple bombs during a fight with another enemy group at Amucayan There were no casualties Two persons were killed in an olber encounter May JO at Agtiauate near Oclotil Both were believed to have been identified as lesser chief tains of the former iasurgent move ment In the Miraflor mountains near Ypli the marines and contub ulary fought with a group of about 21 Six nf the enemy were fouttfl dead in the woods after the fight SuiKlInn Up Again VRRA CRUZ Mexico May li have been receiver here that the Ntcaraguan insuront leader Auguntino Snndino will be found again shortly in He and his aides am supposed to have passed thru here incognito April 23 from the place of cuTcxio in Merldn Yticalan ami Lo ba now in the interior of Guatemala Sfit IOWA WEATHER rrnlisililv sliowors uilh local thunderstorms Thurit Iiy iiijjhl or rlliliiv In west anil nouth portions urn prnlmhly in nortInvest portion Friday jNot much hi temprrnttire LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGnzetle wenther figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Thursday morning Maximum Wednesday 52 Minimum In Night 13 At rf A M Thursdiiv 4fi Rainfall 08 of nn Inch Wednesday nights minimum tem perature WHS next to the lowest recorded thus far in May And it has been 10 days since Mason City has experienced a rainlcss dny Gardeners say the principal need ia for a perind of warm sunshine