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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 11, 1930, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home VOL XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRES SERVICE EDITION Critics See Small Navy Fraziers Proposal Has Merit Says Stewart By CHARLES P STEWAKT ASHINGTON June is something to be said for a scheme of Senat or Lynn J Frai zier in compari son with the Lon don naval treaty which the senate is being urged by President Hoover to ratify in a hurry The North Da kota senator proj poses an amend ment making warfare uncon stitutional It sounds ridici f D T J lVp u u r indorses iMistxiNAJlUiVAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SEKVIUK JvJQ 10 FORTY DIE IN FLAMING SEA Com REPUBLICANS WISCONSIN A ii A i imiftn USLIQUOR POLL by Brookhart ulous on the face of it How can we make any other country pay any ittention to our constitutional amendment All the same if we adopt it and follow it up bv scrap ping our whole national fighting machine ashore and afloat at least tt will be a consistent performance uitrapacifistic but it will hang together Which is more than can be claim ed An armament limitation agree ment guaranteed to give 113 parity with the British if we spend a bil lion building a type of ship our navy lias no use the op tion of sinking into third place iniongthe worlds sea the fact that equality with the greatest of them while saving a lot of money is what our diplomals have been promising to us THERE is no joker in Senator A Fraziers idea anyway Quite a sizable one is concealed in the treaty brot back from London by Secretaries of State and the Navy Stimsou and Adams Ambas sador Dwight W Morrow and Sen ators David A Reed and Joe Rob there is anything jocular about a solid brass ingot enclosed Fu one thin layer of goldleaf slight ly peeled in places where sundry critics have picked at it TsuverUieess it was an artistic originally It was so clever that even the most skeptical W Johnson of Platform Attacks Chain Stores I QSHKOSH demand Wls June 11 that congress act im to obtain a national ad mediately visory prohibition poll and that nomination as legislation be enacted to curtail and sive to him regulate activities of chain organ izations were included in the plat form presented to the state conser vative republican convention here Have Plenty to Say ASHINGTON June 11 rTi The nomination of Hanford MacNider of Iowa as minister to Canada was reported to the senate withoutrecommendation todav by the senate foreign relations com mittee after Senator Brookhart re publican Iowa objected to the personally often Mr4ider Nomination PASSENGER VESSEL RAMS OIL TANKER VICTIMS CHICAGO REPORTER is SLAIN today The customary plank indorsing the national administration of the party and the presidilil was absent from the platform Suggest Four Iuus Such an objection from a senator from the state of a nominee usual ly goes a long way in the senate and just what will result from 1 iJ I tional prohibition referendum and to Wisconsins repeal of its enforce ment statute in J928 the platform asked congress to take prompt action on this question to the end lhat this matter be no longer the subject of national controversy The platform committee sug gested four regulatory and licensing laws for nonresident chain stores and Indorsed the 1929 law for dou ble liability in bank holdimr com panies Nonresident chain stores typify absenteeism the platform read like i undermine community life California mterest and welfare and have and California hardly j takc no ecmitabe proportion of thc Brookharfs complaint against Mac iVider was problematical Some sen ators believed it would al least block action at this session Brookhart and MacNider are both republicans but bitter political foes Each supported President MacNider eectC nr knew what to make of it at first The foreign relations committee ok the position that it would leave s personally offensive r is a former assistant secretary of war and past cc mandcr of the American Legion Brookhart confined his remarks today to saying the nomination was personally offensive 1 will have plenty to say wncn i the nomination is considered he added f I think there are other objec lions SHARP CENSURE STIRS MANHUNT M perls finally accomplished ever community obligations Takingtheir inspiration financing and ownership from sources outside the state they form a monopoly of the field of merchandising distribution manu I and banking piuuuuuon ana gOGUS tho this tiling may be all credits all pointing to a indications arp thai ennntn tnHon ra tation of wealth wholly unworthy of American confidence idications are that the senate unless strenuous opposition is made will accept it It is an administration offering Kohler Is Indorsed thats one consideration Proadmin i Governor Kohler who recently was acquitted of corruption charges in connection with his 1928 cam paign was unanimously indorsed by the state convention for rcnomina tion and reelection Harry Dahl La Crosse was unan imously nominated for lieutenant governor illiam L Pieplow Mil waukee was the unanimous choice for secretary of state After Governor Kohler had made istration senators and senators who prfcr not to admit that they are Turn tii THRO 2 Column Chicago Police Scored for Activity in Lingle Killing CHICAGO June 11 lash of villifying editorials the threat of expose and shakeup in thc police department spurred agencies of the law to a feverish manhunt to day for the slayer of Alfred Jake LingIe police reporter of the Chi cago Tribune Unr I lin Public opinion was fused at while UK I K11 fl K 11 lleatl demanding an end of the riign I Ul ll UUfinU of organism and its hired t murderers Chief of Detectives John Pelzer Bates and Horack i stege Promised a complete roundup XI TT nof every known ganster bv niglit Not on University s Ath fal1 REPLACE 3 ON Men Women and Children Hurl Them selves Into Blazing Ocean Intense Heat Melts Radio Antennae si 11 l P OSTOM lime stricken oil tnnker lirhev ml Klaming oil spurting from the depths of a to have been Ihe Pinthis of Kail River odny was lliot to hve claimed the lives of more than 10 persons aboard ml ship umi the assoriger liner Fairfax outbound from Boston when they collided in bay lasl night r1RCliy 1Hlulr Miat flt person on the At least a score of he Fairfaxs passengers ami counted for while Ihe Pint his mvrried crew nf Ml rrow were unac BISHOPAPPEARS BEFORE LOBBY PROBERS AGAIN Still Refuses to Answer Queries From Anybody letic Council CASTEN TRIAL SET FOR JULY of Romelda Casten iitiu intxMv v cvi vun niiiutJ IJUUllCa his speech of acceptance and had tion of the names of the members been given a tremendous ovation the convention adjourned at 1225 oclock p rn to Be Tried for Murder in Winneshiek C 7 o DECORAH June llThe board tOCKS O td c j of supervisors of Winneshiek county Mrs Walter Casten who is to be tried July 7 on a charge of poison ing her 13 year old daughter His associates will be Attorney E P Shea of Decorah and E H Rstay of West Union Seventyfive new jurors have been drawn making 100 wait ing to be called at the July term of court AUNT NET By Robert Quillen uff KN Maybe doin without children gives Emmie Mae time to develop her higher nature but Id rather not develop mine if it takes so much bridge playin New Rebound Toward End NEW YORK June 11 ili Stock prices crashed before a new bear onslaught on the stock exchange to day recording the most severe dn IOWA CITY 1une II members of the hoard in control of University of Iowa athletics who were in the center of the Hawkeye differences with the Western con ference last year have been removed from the board While no official announcement of their removal was made publica in the new university catalog today revealed that Prof Louis Pelzer VV H Bates and H C Horack had been replaced Peizer wns the Iowa member of the Big Ten faculty committee at the lime Iowa was suspended from the conference and he was a central figure during much of the contro versy Bates is university secretary and wns an exofficio member and Hor ack representative of the college of law is leaving the university to be come professor of law at Duke uni versity next fall Professor Polzer has been re placed by Prof Henning Larscn as the representative of the college of The press wounded by the bullet that slew Lingle with one voice called for lawful retribution and the knell of the day of blood Duly ISir Oleus An ancient revolver with a bei erased and a sillc glove fur a f left hand the tales of excited wit nesses these were the clewsthese and theories unnumbered but the lash of city council threats and an aroused public opinion drove the authorities to search every avenue and alley of the brothelinfested un derworld question every hoodlum and habitue of the bootlegging gaming vice haunts For once they departed from the practice of telling the public the course of their in vestigations pursuingtheir various trails in secret The Evening Pout professed to have learned that a killer brot from the east was Lingles assassin That a prominent gang leader at odds with the newspaperman hired his Almvit is shoun r nilrnls MomJny m Trf Uf tho burly of Alfred lake llnjrle Chiemro Trih ffornmm while on his way to thWiisbingto t veteran neivsmnii is shown vengeance Itemise lingl knew dines since December but bears i i liberal arts Bates is succeeded by were driven to cover in the final few minutes of trading and sharp ral lies substantially reduced the lossci in the more nctivc issues The ticker fell more than ID min utes behind trading which threw the bears into confused retreat They fell over each other to cover and were forced to pay prices well above the levels shown by the law ticker The decline carried prices of some three score prominent issues off to more than and such import ant shares aa U S Steel Bethlehem Steel and New York Central j reached new low levels for the year 1 before the quick rebound at the I close in which several of the pivotal ICharles fiiv Woman issues regained nt least half fhir Vlld1 womarl Chester A Phillips dean of the col lege of commerce and Horacks position is taken by Prof Rollin Perkins also of the college of law Members of the board retained are Dean C C Williams chairman E H Lauer athletic director Dr H L Beye college of medicine Prof Rudolph ICnevci college of pharmacy Dr R A Fenton col lego of dentistry and the three alumni members Rush G Butler of j Chicago W Earl Hall of Mason City and Prof F G Higbee of Iowa i City secretary of the university j nlumni association i will probably kill the killer to seal his lips forever Another city council committee hearing and a front page editorial of thc Chicago Daily News focused CHICAGO SHOWS GAIN OF 650000 0 fl i i i ILIIM 1JIIILLU are f Algona Boy Killed in Collision at Luverne Donald Hulse 15 is Crushed Beneath Wreckaae issues regained at least half their extreme losses A factor in the late rebound was a rumor that the German repara tion bond issues would be offered Receives Broken Bone ALLIHOiN7 June 1 V Holder of Charles City icceivcd tomorrow Shorts felt that with the broken colai bone when the car i not expected to be changed mater ln which she and her husband were j ially by the official enumeration to e offeringof this issue leading bank ers would be likely to support the market in an effort to dissipate the rather general Wall street pessi mism During the afternoon financial circles were flooded with bear pro paganda and bankers and brokers were kept busy denying wild ir responsible and unsettling rumors riding struck loose gravel and overturned The accident happened on No M about one half mile from e be announced at i luncheon of the association of commerce Simultaneous with announcement of the official total whistles of boats automobiles and factories announced is now j were to sound school children fighting for its life in the American were to rise in their seats nnd diet Home And one we heard the other I and Ihe loop andother busines night was Uking a terrible beating districts looked or doli ni New Kvenimr fast Uckor Ulpn ALGONA June 11 Relurnin from a Bible story contest al i Luverne Kpworth league rally in which he was the winner Donald Hulse ir was cruahed beneath tho overturned car in which he had been riding and died 15 minutes after a headon collision between two car loads of Algona residents six miles north of Luverne yesterday evening He died of a fractured skull After the two cars met the two door Ford sedan in which the dead yuulh and several other Algon children were riding turned over Donald was thrown from the car and the wrecked automobile turned over upon him Were Itelliming Home No serious injuries were received by the others in the accident with Ihe exception of Dorothy Sulstrom j Metropolis oeCOnd I wllfl lost one finger when her hand was crushed Bernell Meyers er of the car received a few cuts i Harriett Smith also in the car was uninjured j The car which collided with the Hulse auto was driven by Lyle Runchey and contained another group of Algona children goin to the contest The Hulse car wis re turning early from Luverne and ttv other group had received start from Algona Hiiriiil in Srliiillcr The hoy is the son of the Rev and C V Hulse The Rev Mr Hulse is pastor of the Algona Meth odist church a position which he has held since last fall Donald is survived by his parents and three other brothers and sislers He was born at Holstein Burial will be made in thc ceme tery at Schaller in thc vicinity where the family hnd lived for some time Funeral arrangements have not been announced An inquest will be held by W R Laird cniintv coroner ONE KILLED IN STATION FIGHT Man Under Guard After Shooting 2 Women Hurt Juno 11 iVTi Bishop James Cnnnon Jr at tended the meeting of the senate lobby cnmniillee called todny to de cide what to do nboiit his l ofinure of Ihe investigators but lie re mained adamnnl in refusal to an swer Still supporting himself some what on a crutch the chtirchnum r arrived in the cmumillee room be fore the semilors Last week he had refused to submit voluntarily in further examiimtiou snyiug he would be at hifi office if the coin j jjiitlec wanted in subpoena him ami then walking mil Cunnnn In Audience Chairman iirawuy mid Sennlor Blaine reiuheil the commit I e room mid found Cannon iu the amlienei The meeting was held up icnipoin ily because of the delay or commilleemen Senator Walsh democrat Mon tana was acting chairman of be commiUee when the smitlieri i Methodist bishop refused lo answer questions about his antiSmith aci tivities in ia28 He contends Canj non was in contempt of he senate Tho bishop sat today al the etui of a press table I am here of my own volition he told a reporter I will nnt anse Aboard Ihe big passenger liner fccnos of wildest confusion succeed ed Ihe shock of the crash Men and women believing the ship doomed hurled themselves into the sea only to perish amidst the raging oil which poured from the Umhor iu sill directions Others were burned in their berths by the white heat of the fire which scorched the port side of ihe ship The flumes whiuh swept both nnifl melted their nidio antennae and tempomrily eiuled possibility uf summoning aid The tanker from stem to stem settled slowly into thc water plunging trum sight i liU minutes after the crash The Fairfax H Merchants and Transportation company ship bound out of Boston for Nor folk Va with a list of 1 Tl and fi crew of TS drove her bnw into the port side of the tanker be fore watchmen ahoird the steam ship could do little mure than shout a warning IS Missing mi Before the shipn broke apart the tnnker loaded with oil burst flumes Binning oil poureii out upon the surface of the and swept by the enveloped the fore part of the Fairfix The tanker sanli within 20 riiin utes currying with her her eulin crew which seamen said probably numbered at leusl 111 men Kighlecii of the pnsscngeiH and crew of the liiirffix were misNini when n roll was trilled later Sev enil were seen to jump overboard as the flames swept upward and it is believed all of the missing perished in thc seii of blazing oil Al least I were injured Melted Antennae It wns p m c S T whon the crash occurred barely Iwo hours after the Fairfax had left her pier and crept down the harbor Thc steamship Gloucester of the same follower nut throe Tin in Pi in a HOBART Okli June 11 While their wives engaged fight a Kiowa county deputy iff nnd the operator of a filling KUi tion being raided for liquor shot it oul at Roosevelt Okliu W H Humble tho deputy is deiul gunshot wounds anil Snm Allen the filling station mnn is under guard in tho comity jail Largest City of Nation CHICAGO June II go second city of the nation opened n cilywide celebration of census day todaywith n prelim inary announcement of it population of approximately 33n3fiOn a gain of JsiOOOO or 21 per cent These figures made public ly Joseph K Vesely cluiirniiin of the census advisory committee were ROGERS NEW YORK June II Just nnrk from Washington Had H chat with President Hoover Hes lookin RESOLUTION MAY CONDEMN HOOVER Senate Plans Action Against Presidents Refusal of Treaty Data WASHINGTON June 11 V The senate foreign relations com mittee todny considered n resolu tion taking except ion to the admin istrations refusal to deliver In il Ionfictsntiiil documents mi the ne gotiation of Hi London navnl treaty While its tuxl was uol made pub lic it was known to assert as a principle that the somite because of its constitutional powers in the ratification of treaties is entitled to receive all Iv i i fine and in awful good humor Had under discussion Senator Black rlcmoeril bama who had been counted il the pleasure ofkeeping Senator Dave Reed waiting till Mr Hoover and Ala F went over nil the different prop J ositioiiii Diive will vnte for the tariff He is only waiting be begged About a week from Satur day Mr Hoover is going lo let off for good behavior about of bin handicaps but going to keep of the worst ones in and make me listen to Senator Johnson during those crisp Washington days of July Yours those in favnr or rsi ificalion was Ihe author of tho resolution He Chairman Borah and Senator MOSPH republican New Hampshire were designated to redrnfl Ihe measure Debate on the resolution was ex pected at todays committee meet ing with a vote on its adoption or rejection tomorrow The trouble about having dial phones and mechanical is that you cant lifi the receiver and make some wice crack like What number do I call in gel Dailv Inuan IOWA WEATHER Alustly eliindy probably show ers in IMS and renlral iliiesilay night anil Thursday Somewhat wanner In sciutheiisl iiul smith irntral Tlllirsilav LOCAL STATISTICS weather figures for IM hour prfiirjii ending at S oVlock Wediinsrja y morning Maximum Tuesday sii VHniiiiiiiii in Til At X A M Kainfall 47 The highly loenl Iliaractri tf stimiucr rains was demons rated again Tuesday evening Whiit Mason City was being soaked hv ti rain whiih left mure ihan n qiiai lei ot an inrl m no iolRrazrUs rain ginige he locality just t yond Ihe beet sugar latnry mu I h of I lie cily rcrcived drops nol enough to grciiind Tlic preeip is approaehing the dawned clr from the south again nly a few the pilaijoii ttal mrb mark ar with
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