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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 14, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home HOME EDIT OL XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JUNE 14 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 213 I Brookhart Victory Some See Coup i in Dickinsons I Vote By CHAKLES I STEWAHT i ASHINGTON June sentative L J Dickinsons nom ination for the senate on the Iowa G O P ticket is describ ed in Washing ton by friends of Jowas present socalled republi can senator Col Smith W Brook harl as a thump ing victory for the colonel some even say it makes him abso lute party boss of the state jnjch I beg leave to pjut having been brot up there jjj fancying I understand its psy somewhat wijickinsons primary rival was John Haniniill and part of program if he had won incier Brook 25000 AT SLAIN REPORTERS FUNERAL have my doubts j Ndl Bllgllt Nora Springs Boy Is Killed in Dakota bij to put the skids UK lort so its related being the case it is reason atv to believe that Brookhart put rntiis best licks for Dickinson and Icoiiably considers the representa aiLs triumph a success for himself it maybe rather because it a whaling for Hamrnill than ha ii because he suited NORA SPRINGS few hours after n to the ground with Dickinson jj OWN notion would be is ijot nearly radical iJgh to satisfy the colonel yfiookhart is sufficiently ultra snake even his progres iu the senate gawp at him in sometimes Judging his dozen years record in the ifle of representatives Dickinson Viardly be regarded as classlfy vith any group more advanced the mild economic Jcely as much as the outand Tu In lnsr I Wcial Election Called for Monday on Skelly 1 Proposition HAMPTON June 11The Yoters of this city will go to the on June 16 and decide whether Skelly Oil company shall be Qpcc a franchise to erect and ntiiin a gas plant here New Hampton chamber of acted favorably on this June llrA he had been married to Sliss Louise McAllister at Hawarden Dr Neil A Bright son of Mr and Mrs Fran Bright was killed instantly iu an automo bile accident at White Lake S Dak yesterday afternoon rr Bright was born and grew to man hood in Nora Springs His parents had attended Ihe wedding which was held at the I home of the bride ill Hnwarden A that time of the accielent they were cnroute to Nora Springs and ef forts to reach them to inform them of their sons death failed until they reached here at about 7 oclock ast evening After a brief lunch they started on the return trip to tvardcn whero the body of their sou had been taken Dr Bright bad been graduated from the University of Jowa in During the past year he served as an interne in Detroit in a large hospital and at the lime of his death was building up a practice in Hudson S Dak Details of the accident are un known to Nora Springs ielaives the exception that the car col lided with a road grader near White Lake and lipped over pin ning the doctor who was driving beneath it His bricle escaped unin jured Funeral arrangements have not been announced ThirtyFive Are Held in Cattle Ring Lower Body Speedily Agrees to Senate Changes AVASIIINOTON June II iIl house Unlay adopted Ihe conferincn agreement on Hie lariff hill completing congres sional action The measure mnv gnes lo President Hoover II is ex pelled the chief exeeulive will sign it WASHINGTON June Mli The tariff bill todav awaited onlv FA Tin1 casket containing thr hocly nf Alfred 1 Chicago Tribune reporter sluiii liy gangsters shown hiini riirHcil inlo Our of Sorrows chureli 1nr loinnil services A crowd of 25tint attended the funeral Steck Delays Fight Bandit Got Cold Feet in Gaza Bank WHEAT CORN AND OATS GO TO NEW LOWS CHICAGO June J4 dc the city council ordered that a liveries of wheat corn oats and rye be election should tie the question Sters will vote in the precinct voting places held to usual Burns fnj Death as Fire broke to new bottom level for the season under pressure of sell ing induced chiefly by good weath er conditions in the growing grain belts July wheat sank below for the first time this year I July wheat struck bottom at cents a bushel the lowest pric for wheat futures since Feb 2o when r 1 T1 March contracts were milled at Razes Baltimore riantasvi cents ca The net loss for the day toALTIMORE Tune 14 was to cents Swift one of three brothers T posingthe firm of M J Swift n wheat a bushel Clos GA2A June 14 man of about 30 driving a graysedan was the object of a search tudaj by of ficers in northwest Iowa He wanted in connection with the at tempted robbery of the Farmers I Savings bank yesterday ICntcring the bank shortly before closing time while Cashier C Ohul strom and one customer were in tho bank the bandit ordered the men t lie on the floor He asked where the money was and Chalstrom toll him it was in the vaidt Apparently the man lost his nerve for he fled from the building without trying the vault which was not even locked Chnlatrom started in pursuit of the bandit and a 14 mile chase en sued in which the cashier shot sev eral times with no effect The bank employe gave up the chase ill Hart ley when a front wheel came off his machine posing burlap hag manufaclur Vn was burned to death in a fire xlfch wrecked the interior of the it in east Baltimore today vift a cripple was trapped on third floor Flumes and smoke September rn i cember SlOU1 ii July corn hit bottom cents July oats at Stii i rye like other months in rye closed Absence of Iowa Sol on Holds Up Con firmation WASHINGTON iiuie The nnmimitiim of Manford AlacNiiler to lie minisler lo Can tula is being hrhl in Hit stn ate lit Ihe of Senator Dan Sleek Senator Iondi for eign relations commiltec chiiir miin saiil today Stcck is speak ing ill Diibuquc this and asked hat action nn the mimiiuilinn be tlelerreil until his return Monday or Tnesiluy It is expeclcil Ihe ntuniiuilinn will be called up within a duy or so aflcr hisreturn nltliii itnrah to day ileclineil lo specify a dale liy KADKOKI M IMomKY Stuff Correspoiuliiit NJ MUST DIE U S Marine and Woman Convicted of Murdering Her Husband back police and firemen 1 repeated attempts to rescue tbl light employes including two succeeded in making their way i the building which stood in a I rested section Narrow streets usly hampered the fire fightj at the bottom for the Besides the bearish iiy elfect rains in Canada and auspicious har vest weather southwesl tne pass age of the tariff bill liokd on by some as an insettling element UNT HET By Kobert Quillcn reckon Liza needs a an companion hcin as she is but kcepin her from marryin firint an cloomin her I be a old maid is like a she tiger calin its yotinguns Quintet Arrested After Burg lary of School Building CHICAGO June 14 Five youths arrested last night for bur glary of a school admitted today they were planning to be an organ ized gang of robbers under the lead ership of Alex Siecllic 16 of Omaha The plan had its hirth in Ne braska last summer when the other four youths met Siedlic while on a trip they said They were making headquarters here in a barn The youths are Raymond Ols I yewski 16 Leo Gutruller 1G James Jesse 16 Martin Reardon 15 and Siedlic Matthew Blaner 30 a flunky around the barn is held also because the boys said he received their stolen property Demands Heard for Ouster of Commissioner Russell and Stege CHICAGO June M civic furore touched off by the slay ing of Alfred Jiike Lingle a Tribune reporter veered strongly today against the city adndiustri tion While newspapers renewed HIEII front page editorial attacks on what they termed an alliance between crime and politics strength was gained in the city council by those seeking an investigation of I ho po lice department Collect Huge Toll Alderman Arthur Albert who pressed Mayor William Hale Tlnntip WASHIXCTON June 11While the London naval treaty the tariff bil railroad conolidatiun legisla tion veterans bills and several large departmental bills were awaiting action or under actual consideration at the time Senator Smith W Crooichart took time out for a south ern chautauqua trip The senior fmii senator freely discussed his trip when questioned about it today despite the fact that his office was tarangely reticent while he was on the lecturing tour thru several southern stales ViouldTake Nn Substitute Yes 1 was down srnnli speaking for the he said when asked Sometimes I spoke twice daily Tn fact most of Ihe time I spoke twice a day It seems that down there they have difficulty get ting ttie people to accept substi tutes for me on the chautrmejua pro gram so I feel obliged to double up a times I received excellent recep tions everywhere Questioned concerning Ihe sub jects ofhis lectures Coione hart indicated they were in Ihe mi lure of political and economic hom ilies I told em just what Ive been telling everyone out in Iowa for years he went on Prohibition Sentenced to Prison railroad mergers all sorts of econo l mic and they want to BUliT June 11 C G Kentx lo hear everything you can lell them cal man has been taken to Koitlnhonl those things down there TOMS RIVKR N J June H Cii Lester Undcrdown and Mis Hat tie ftvans were convicted today rf the uiLirder of Kobert Kviins Uu womans husband and were teneed to die in the electric chair The jury made no recommendation for mercy Tim jury brot in a ver dict at this morning It hid deliberated for two hours and a haf last night before being locked up for the night Mrs Kvans anil ilnrlerdown a United States marine attache ai j the Lakchurst N 1 naval air sin tion were indicted wilh two other marines Claude Carinichael aud Madison Chappel for the killing ol Kvans mid his friend Albert Duffy The state charged Mrs Fvans formulated ihc plan ind that tnder dovn with whom she admitted in timacy curried it outThe two men ivere killed in TCvans collage near the air station on May Hi two days after Evans was discharged the navy Chappel and CarmiihaeL who to be tried later testified that Ln derdown offered them SIOCI to off a couple of guys thiit Ilnder doan did the Hclual killing shontiiii Ihe menand beating them with the butt of a riflo the perfunctory approval of the house before being sciil alor to President Hoover Adopled by the senate il tn IL1 the measure was given undisputed right of way in the other brunch of congress Three hours were set aside for debate today with Ihe last of the many congressional roll cnlls on Ihe bill coming shortly after p m lirccive lllll Mmiilay Ihilike the senate where Ihe re publicans have only a paper ma jority the house is overwhelmingly i republican Hence approval of the i final draft of the measure was re i garded as an absolute certainly President Hoover probably will receive the bulky document Mon cay With the aid of experts he then will begin a study of its pro visions meanwhile sending copies to the treasury and oilier interested depart inents for comment before acting Hoover May Change Administration chiefs in both houses believe Hoover will sign Ihe measure They assert if the presi dent finds himself ilissal isiieii with some of its provisions lie can take advantage of Ihe flexible clause to correct hem As il came before the house fur final vote the measure carried SS7 j increased duties and 2ir decreases j More ban 250 of Ilic increnses arc on agricultural products In addi tion 7fp products on the dutiable list in existing law are translcrred to the free list and 48 items now free are given prol eelion Lumber Irnlcetcd Calculated to raise in revenue based on 1S12S imports an increase of over cus toms receipts of that year the measure carries higher levies on ar and scores of slaple foods from i and delicacies as well as wearing i apparel of al descriptions miner liy DON A IIIK Associated Iress Staff MKFIKLU June M Ii One by one alleged members of a na tionwide cattle swindling ring pre sented themselves today to Sheriff L R Ktansbnry to answer a blanket indictment charging conspiracy to def ra vid By noon of the persons named iu the imlicdnent by the Jef ferson county grand jury had ap peared They were not arraigned but their fingerprints were lakon and the men were permitted to re turn home The arraignment was postponed until Monday by Judge Klmer Dougherly of Otliimwa after appli j cation for reduction of bond had i been made Hund Sel at I The bond of each of the defend ants was set at IJiiOOO and an addi tional bond of sriOOd win fixed against eight of the men on false i prctense charges iu ciumection with the alleged cattle deals The bonds of these hill ei churgcs were to be filed today j Six of the men posletl their bond j but the others awaited the outcome 5 of the application for reducing Ihe amount The ones who furnished the money were John Frank Stevei of j Kailfield H C Baker of Douds I K Williamson nf Fllon and John Carrow and F A Hhynas of Oti tumwii The iudictoieuis returned against I the largest number f persons ever held in Iowa at one time were the outgrowth of two years of investiga tion by county and stnteofficials The complainants who were said lo live in morethan states charged that I hev were snld scrub caltJe which had boon represented as higii grade stock j Delivered Other Animals They testified that answering ad vertisements io farm journals find newspapers they would be shown I high grade feeding stock on smith eat Iowa farms After makin purchases they would lie sent home by separate trains it was ctuirged and later would rinii Hint the ani mals delivered were not the Ihey originally bought Slate agents said that 4fifiiil head of cattle had been shipped into Wa pello Vnu Buren Henry Jelfeisoo and Muscatine counties since tin start of their investigation The ani mals wontrom Texas and the Kan sas City stockyards il was clnimed Mostof Iheslock was shipped to purchasers from Libertyvillc Douds Kldon Fairfielii Austin Suffers Damage Many Persons in Hospitals liy TllK ASSOCIATED Ill ESS A series of tornadoes played leap frog across southern M inncsolu and Wisconsin late Friday urd vlieu they had played themselves out there was n death toll five nn in jury list of mure than three and property damage esliniided at more than Slonooon lroiM persons died near Metioni onie and i man was kilieij nt Randolph Minn Move Ihiii were injured in and near Kiituloph a score were hurt around Meunmoiuo were injured at Kan Claire Wis j foul 01 St Paul pa i rli Minn a will stiiliircd sections til tile ot St Paul cHsnnll ies in ot tie two tates Five An Killed A preliminary estimate placed the damage at KIH Claire and Meiiom nnie at more than at Kan dolph more than SJDOnilU the reg ion around Austin Mint OUi Minn with other dnmngc al St i parl Munson FJlsworlh and the Crose Wis The dcad Charles Wolberi 12 ice company opcrnior near Menomonie Mrs Wolberl S Isolds llaines by Wolbeit Mrs Carl Kaiser in killed on the Wolberl farm William Drappe 45 section man for the Chicago Great Western railroad hilled at Randolph Olhers Infiired The Wisconsin injured list in cluded Clarence JCiise Mr iiri Mrs Theodore verson bert Cirl Kaiser ri Mrs Pavne Mr in urn Eleanor Boarclman is Mother of Girl LOS June 11 i An eightpound girl was burn yes lerdav to flcamir dm actress wife of picture direclnj other child um nut Selma Sales rrnr i e TAXI DRIVER hicago IClcoiated n M per cen population gain while police vainly hunteo for Jake Lingles issis sin There has long been a suspicion that Chicago is more interested in miantity than uunlity Lincoln Star Five New York Restaurants Yield Large Amount of Booze Resident of Burl Is remetcrv Officials lo Meet BOONE June M an nual convention of the Iowa cem etery Association is to be held htre June 25 and Six hundred d le I gales are expected Madison to the state penitentiary following a sentence passed by Judge Davidson at KmmelKbnrg He was charged with larceny and en tered a pleaof guilty to a charge of breaking and entering the Trainer slaughter house at Burt Allan Hoover al Uhilc House i WASHINGTON June 14 1v 1 Allen Hoover arrived today to spcnl I the weekend wilh his president father and most of next week HI the presidential camp in Virguiii j with Hoover who is convalesc ing there from an injury Hes Imler tnnl raet Brookharl is under contract to a well known chautnuqii firm and does not receive a fee for individual lec tures it was indicated It could not be learned what sum the Contract calls for He said today it gave con siderable leeway as to when he chooses to speak and thus fitted in well with his congressional duties When Brookhart returned one of his earliest actions was the placing in the record of certain affidavits regarding allcgeri lupior parties in Tllrll olumn Ask Receivership for Check er Cab Company of Chicago CHICAGO June II With po lice standing guard to prevent dis order more than IOIK Checker laxicab drivers signed a petition asking a federal receivership for tb Checker Taxicab company at a masr meeting at 2 oclock this morning The Checker Taxicab company i headed by Robert McLaughlin whose brother TCngenc Reel I Me Laughlin with a record well known to police was victim found last Saturday The drivers have been disturbnci by rumors Hint the company officials were plan ning o sell out lit eastern inter ests At the meeting this morning tlu1 driveis were seeking to blockthe proposal of company officials tn re organise the taxicab company on n basis which the drivers say is un fair The petition will be taken be fore Federal Judge James H Wil kcison With the resumption of fighting normal conditions in China hiv been Ore BOSTON June M Kveryhoily says Why dont we get more fine high typed met in the senate Well New Jersey goes on national exhibition 1 saw with own eyes in Mexico the way Morrow pulled us out of a terrible situation by re placing politics with national honor and diplomacy with common sense I honestly believe he is the mot competent man I ever met And awfully human Few slules ever have such a chance It New Jersey turns him down they just revert back lo their usual oblivion Any miiu to run against him would have In have mure egotism Ilian state pride Youri UcNiurht Inc P S 1 guess this German boy is a fine young man Rut the condi i tion the boxing game is in it doe seeru ralher appropriate that its champion should be named Smelling We know of no sport wilh a greater XKW YORK June 14 ili A group of prohibition agenis from Washington raided five in West Korlyfiflh street shortly before midnight and seized so HUM h lirpior that one of tin agenis p i marked it must be the veleM block in the lnitvd Slates The raids on the live iliiees lo cated between eighth anil ninth ie enues in th miiltmvn them iienl district weie made The asenls armed with crow Oars and sledgehammers paired off and at a signal knocked at Hie iioor nut told the doormen to open m the doors would be knocked down Xo lorec was needed Sixteen persons including piopn dors manager waiters and were arrested on information pre viously obtained llumretis of per sons dining in Hie viinons place were ordered to leave MnvinL v J to i art the lirjuor to a wnIChouse FxConvict Is iacing Death Sentence tof j Murder of California Cal June 1 iP I Clareme L King eceonvie today fnved a defilli for Hie slay ing ill Februai v of sweet heart Mrs Minnie McCoy whose body was lound Vietdnd H redond log The superior ccmrl jury in fm ing him ycsterdae nuide no roeommerKlHt inii for clemcne1 IOWA WEATHER clinuly Saturday LUid r UniMihr to S 1111 i nMiinn i r SiiTiirdiiy night in llir smilhritst i nd rrinr rust pnrl Slightly runlcr Sunirrljy niilil in tinMMilhfiist LOCAL STATISTICS Cubef weal her figures for 1M liour period ending at s oclock Satunlay morning Minimum in Night At X A M Siitiiitluf 1 Junes riintiII tola cj hfr peg Fi iciay and I n I illL f be lay JS precipitation wns reeo I llobe tes la ill g I lie nigh a o even ineli rain feil Tin grand I iu June now stands at II his pace half of llu n i1 night mil it in the am m md i halt of I tins far 7nT inchiS is uiiiinliiined I he hist month the record l 12 SI inches established in he benlen in WEEKS FORECAST her outlook for the veei pining June Hi lnr the Upper M lower eatt beg i V0ec lowed Ijy mostly fnir wenilier n erute T eui peiiltliriS exrept lil variii Ijegiiuiuig of eek nver treon soulh puriiiui   

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