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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 16, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home ffOL XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY HOME EDITION ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOAVA MONDAY JUNE 16 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE 214 Is Reed Too Old Capitol Hears Mis sourian Eyes 1932 t Race CHICAGO POLICE fc J By CHAKLES P STEWAUT A S H I N G T O N June 16 CPAl as It is inter preted here of exSenator James A Reeds can didacy for the democratic pres idential nomina tion in 1932 ex ploded in ington of a Sun day morning re1 cently with ail j the emphasis of I one of the larg estsized political shells ever man ufactnred a n tl planked from ail J C 1 if 1000mile range gun right into j LeadeiS LO Defend Mea QUITS Sides in Morrow Race RESIGNATION OF Legge Teague Reported BUSINESS NEEDS TARIFF HOOVER WILL SIGN BILL tlie micJst of the national capital i To ssiy that il was unexpected is I Sot alone to express it Jy It is scarcely to express it in Rny sense whatever When the Missourian was turned down cold at Houston two years ago Ws own party bosses and also the G OP bosses took it for granted Ti that he was out of the white boiist ij permanently More they took it for granted that he knew it he recognized he was dis taledited aswellas the I last person any of them ever im jagined they would hear from again l1 was Jim Reed except occasionally perhaps from retirement and in a strictly private capacity one thing the exsenator from sure Thruout Middle West WASHINGTON Jimp 16 tff President Curtis today signed the tariff hill for imme diate transmission to the white house where President Hoover expected to affix hts signa ture later in the day or inmor rmv June 16 Pi President Hoover will sign the tariff bill He regards such action as essen tial to prompt business recovery Any inequitable rates the measure Missouri is entirely too old to j may contain he says can seriously considered presidentialj reeled thru the new flexible provi Just supposing for the sake of argument that he could be nomina ted and and elected he would he i ipast his seventyfirst birthday be With the return of normal coudii tions he foresees a continued exi pansion of export trade Foreign complaints against certain rates he the date for his inauguration balieves can be satisfied thru annli or three years beyond the age rf the oldest man ever previously to take the presidential oith of office cation to the tariff commission Analyzes Bill The chief executive sees in tho Altho 1laudius II Huston of Tennessee still refuses to re sign from the chairmanship cf the republican party Washing ton rumors insist that Walter William Head and Ihi cugo hanker ahovo has heen approved by President Hoover for the position anil will got tho post following Hit congressional elections sfi Henry Harrison and he I rlle cnief txecutive sees in tho j T 7 J died only a month later He would flexible clause a much needed pro K Pi Mvu srressive arlvnnc giving great I1VC I O older on inauguration day than i gressive advance i I anv of his predecessors on quitting of taking the tariff away from T ki tN wfiite house i politics lobbying and log rolling f I WT He regards the bill too as the S JWmrg was verging on his 80a when fulfillment of the republican partys H i pledge to protect the markets of agI 1 T1 11 C C ricultme and Ihc wages of laboi j Local Man was verging out Germany sets no pre for this country AND May there not be something to i ules trike a popular chord here too in and of hisown requests for a limj ited revision the customs schei to this savage old Missourlans defi j knee of Father Time himself with his resounding trumpet call to Ttirn In 1nRC in Oiltimn 41 All this Mr Hoover made clear in a statement issued for publics Tun lo IUBP ft Column 3 j AIR TRAVELER Report Clarion Represented DAVENPORT June 16 I fortyfourth animal convention of the Iowa Bankers association opened j rrere today with sin estimated at j tendance of lr00 j Thirty members and two guest i speakers were scheduled for the ini 1 tial program that of the state con ferencc of county association offi wilh still more profitable Favorably by Committee Early Confirmation of Board Members Expected WASHINGTON June IS 1 The senate agriculture committee today approved the renomiuatioi of Alexander Legge as chairman of the farm board and C C Teague as the member representing fruit and vegetables Since committee action unanimous early senate confirma tion is expected Senator McNary the committee chairman said he would seek sen ate consideration late today or to morrow Legge and Teague have been serving since the board was mimed by President Hoover Neither was called before the committee Both nominations wore con firmed by the senate last yesir after exlcnded inquiry by the agriculture committee FORMER FRENCH MINISTER DIES Lucien Klotz Once Power i in Financial World i Succumbs PARIS June IB woman from across the hall and his valet of 20 years today watched over the body of Lucien JClotz French war time minister of finance who died j yesterday discredited and In reduced circumstances J rive Death came at the age of i2 while Klotz who signed the treaty of Versailles was being shaved WIND AND RAIN Wet TAKE LIVES HFeatvr THREE IOWANS I High Water Damage to i Stock and Crops Reported MOINER June Hi lV U lodsiy wsis recovering A i i no 3 JUFWARK N J June 16 lV Enlivened by two declarations from the white house of neutrality si contest for the republican seiisi torisil race which has altrncted wide attention will be decided al the j polls tomorrow The candidates are Ambassador Dwight W Morrow former Senator j Joseph S Frelinghtivsen smd Ecprc lowsi sentutive Franklin D Fort from i The issue of the campaign has weekend rnin suul windstorms that i been prohibition Ambsisssulor Mor cost Uiree lives did extensive dam nnv advocating repeal of the eight age to property and crops raised enth amendmcnl si ml return lo sisile i control of liquor Irnffic lreliiigliuy seu stsmding for modification under federal control imd Fort running on si dry platform with the bucking of the stale AntiSaloon league simi olher dry orgsiaizulions Tliiuxor Xu Sides Prompted by published state ments tliat Sensilor David Baird Jr hsid said in a speech that President Hooverwas intensely interested in RUSSELL READY SIEGE DEMOTED Commissioner Admits Incapacity to Cope With Crime Steel Goes to Neiv Lcnv Grain Falls j rivers beyond their banks anil lom i poririly crippled railroads Yesterday the bodies of Cecila j Nolan Winterset Mrs Leo Hastings Dsivenporl and Al bert Deheek of Indisinola were recovered from the watersof South liver in which they had lost their i lives Ssiturday The three with Mrs Franl Nichoils svnd Ron Gcrsild 18 j had gone lo see Ihc flooded river Tm pounded waters were released when s embsuikmenl gsive wsiy trapping them and cutting off retreat Mrs CHICAGO linn in iffHio tnuli county Krsuul jurv stepiieil into the Hue of hsitlio sigilinst lawlessness today UK Iho heads of the Chieiigo police dopsirlmrnt ipiil imilrr fire Chief hislie Denis J iiiiyle of hieriniinai enurt di fwtcd the Junegriuid jurv to oonciuct a hriiiid iuvcsiigalina f the criuio siliisitiiiu hrnt In si liiacl by the claying of a iHMVspaper reporter i week suul the rvsignatiiui Iliissoll as pnlioe Iliiumissiir uid Jnlm Junn ll F Russell suiiioiinocil his i nstliou today sis coniiuissionor of ivi Mr Murnnv elected to lie liy severe Miblic senate tlie following slalcmcnt uas nf his cnmhirl depni Uuetr Nicholls wns savcrj by her husband I dav iriHuctl from the whitc house yestnr ailc fiiluic of the pcilico tci i nncl ncrakl swam tn safely Crops Uusliid Crops in the South river vulley 11 sheil nway or covered with I sUL Bridges were wrecked and road ways made impassable Some farm erti losl stock Between Truro New Virginia NEW YORK luno HVi Ktrone bankinc support cushioned hut failed lo check n headlong deI a bvidfe carried away lite Burlington tracks were washed and dine in shnre prices in todays ot TiincinrTn iTinn rino stock t Vet in which some 200 issues plunged to new low levels for undermined Trains on the DCS lUoinesKansas City division of the Chicago Great Western were re Pittsburgh Has Third Daring I Daylight Holdup i in Week PITTSBURGH lime Hi fT Bandits obtained S2300 from a bank messenger today in the third daring daylight robbery here within a week Two bsuidits held up John B ir messenger of the Soulh horlly after for a bank in the downtown district i One robber covered Stanff with a revolver and the other seized a satchel containingthe money leaped into an automobile and sped away SAftfl D r i f J I ers wttn slill more protitanlc UUU rersons jreet LlOOd hsmk administration and operation Will Flyers at First Stopping Place the theme of an afternoon of shop talk 11 Hills Trust company s 11 he left the institution fc Go To Michigan NORA SPRINGS June Ifi j fTlio Rev and Mrs H A j jam daughters Harriet and Louise i i will leave Tuesday for a two weoks vacation at their old home in Mich j ignn HET By Robert QuilJen I start on a diet ever time I hear some insultin remark about fat but I cant stay mad long enough to do no good CRNTERVILLE lime IS 7P The planes in Iowas third good dent officersof county bank liigloy to Speak Gviorgc W Young Clarion presi will air tour alighted at the Center ville air port this morning to receive the greeting of 5000 persons Mayor Parker L Crouch of Des Moines j oT Chi was in the flagship The plsines took off from Moines at intervals after S a lohnny Livingston wsis forced to re turn when his motor missed fire several times He left again with the motor still giving him trouble and headed for Marengo where he i ers groups was to occupy the chair introducing H G Pett of the divi sion of research and stsitistica of csigo and C M Dopier manager of M the bankingdivision of Kdward R mBurl and compsiny Chicago Willis G C Bugley Mason City jresident of the Iowa Bankers will give his annual report at the session Tuesday morning Joseph J Brns on nkers for the wiiciu Of the Davenport bn Serf0rra WIth slldcr m lho i Mayor George C Tank fo city will welcome the visitors To Study Trusts nir show Sid Cleveland of Carroll wiis ready to lestve the Des Moines air j port when a telegram ordered him hack to Carroll to meet a govern Outstanding in the threeday pro inent inspector i grain is the speech Wednesday Stops Tuesday will be at Burlingj morning of Melvin A Traylor presi ton and DeWitt where a show will dent of the First Union Trust and take place Waterloo and Wesley will be visited Wednesday before the plans go to Kmmetsburg for an exhibition Another show will be he at Red Date Thursday after n stop at Sioux City and Grinnell and Otlum wa will he visited Friday Port Dodge and Mason City are on Sat urdays schedule Pilots from all pails of the middle west have en tered the tour which olficiais be lieve will be the most exltniive in the states history More than rc planes Isaged a carnival nt the air port yesterday to warm up foi the lour Iowa Seedsmen to Meet at Iowa State College AMES June 16 short course for seedsmen will he held a I Iowa Stnte college Tuesday Wed Savings bank of Chicago on the Bank for International Payments Traylor was one of three Americans on the board drawing up the hank sigreement Conferences on trusts and invest ments will be held Tuesday Five speeches Tuesday morning will form n short course in investment banking On ho speaking progrnrn are Alfred T Sillier Clifton H Merry Harold K Wood and G I Belt officials of Chicago hanks and j Turn In Ticr 1 Column Kloiclfield Vacation School Closes 50 Students Attended GOLDFIELD June Pres tho veir or longer The decline was oneof he most precipirious since j Sunday because of a washout the November soiling paiiio j near where n mile of truck After a violent drop during the morning the decline was momcu Prolests have been received from supporlcis of Congressman Fot Sang rule of hicaRo the ssiid he hsld prepared otforing his resignsition smd cxScnnlur Krelinghiivsen in re to isivor lo Senator Bairds reporte11 Kussclls retirement statement Several weeks ngo i i riiies with il the demotion of Jonn statement was msuie from lho while SteSo chief of the detective bureau house thai the president IIHS tnkon Ie assigniil today to ciiplaiij no part as between republican can f park police listric idates in New Jcisey or in the pri msiries any other stale That Alcnck In llo In John H Alcock first deputy com slill holds good This is also in aci was expecled to take cord with the expressed wishes L was gone Traffic was resumed last night Several wsishonts were re tho he had only centimes where v1 1 ported on the once he had francs he had kept to of th Rock Islunl the habit of his riays of power of j having his tonsor call instead going to him In J after hsiving reputedly but as the sessinn j each of the candidates Is Wof Caudiilale Supporters of Uiroe cindiJsiteJ claim victory The campaign has been waged on j the prohibit ion issue despile the ef forts of Frelirighiiysen to inject the world cuurt the London nsivsij i iunl pending re IIIUIJ IJllL its LIll I i fc 1 IIILILJ ff toward its close selling pressure lcj lot1r lrcllv utilltv rfnme verpowering snut depressed i i ll It lost heavily in the NewVork stocit i American Telephone n market Klotz iiiffcrecl a collapse crpinyeririff ami I rillrf hlsrmonts such pivotal issue us U S Steel j 7 Morrows opponents sought tn Hie Milwaukee I msiteria ouT of as and shortly Hftenvard was rlwrgcd wilh issuing had checks He re signed his seat in the senate to es cape criminsil chsirges but after be ing pronounced sane was sentenced lo two years in prison and si fine of 50 francs The sentence was sus pended Shortly afterward his wife di vorced him and he was disbsirreil by the Paris Bar association Dur ing the Isisl years of his life his pur lows in the finnl transactiuns The pace of trading slackened for a lime during Ihc afternoon but was railrosid bridge neru1 Iliohlsind Train ice Hsimporod Considerable damnsc stock was caused by t rsipid rise in Thunder accelerated In a feverish rate ill i the last hour and the ticker reeled j hells wit hunt t fain Off quotations lung the clns SSxW TL Isirgesl luniovcr of the vear The importance of the passage of the Isiriff measure sis a fsictor in the stock market was difficult to determine but the I I on I he Rock Islam I Wheresis early Saturday rsiins haii inuudsited Norlhein lowst south and eastern sections fell the force of chase for the government of Amcrij linen viewed with exlronie disfsivor can war stocks left in France wsis in some inloiniitionsil hunting eirly Kundny Dnvenporl reported ll inuhts of ruin in the hours ending it 7 n appointmeht of a new commissiorier Retirement of thu police came ns no surprise to Hie rity sclls IrcijiMJiit assertions that lu would never tjuil underfire eihis action came upun demand of Alnynr Hale Tl ipson was not known Russell Haiti he would retain hi place in the police department witn his civil service ranis as cuptain In a statement to newspapermen the commissioner admitted he was oman TO ARRAIGN 35 CedarRapdsw IN CATTLE RING Crowded Court Docket Will Delay Trials for Many Months under consicleiiible fire lOWANSREADY TO QUIT CAPITAL Delegation to Leave Brook hart and Steck to Dis cuss Treaty By RADFOIU K MOHLKV Slnff Corresiiondonl WASHINGTON June Jt With Gsis 1 I Csise Those losing nioie the end of a stormy session of coni than fiO included Auburn gress now in sight Rcprcsenlativc house Houston Oil circles where il is fell thai it msiy seriously impair foreign trade Mofing of several lead Railroad Executive to in if slocks as telephoned from the O A l floor of the stock exchange follow OlagC Annual Meeting U H Steel off Gonersil Klectric off Sl7r Atchisou sanfi off SX7f Genera S12 off S2S7 Radio SSTfin off 5312 American ftn KaO off S102fi Consnlidateci Gas off SS25 A tueiican Telephone off SriiiL Losses in pivotal Shares losing to S2J included Vanadium Allied Chemical Peoples KAIRIIKID June Hi Thirtyfive iiuji from five south eastern Iowa counties weru sum moned here today lo answer of conspinicy in connection wilh the sale of catilo rejuesoned Kraile feeding stock but oud usitioiiji convention for Diiliith to affidsivits of the p UUITITH June Hi rli Tlio this month will be held for iluoi days next week when hundreds of viii railroad executives from cities in stoekvirds the United Slates will come here rnUirUxl lust lridsiv the men weiv for the twentysecond annual meet r 1ppenr today for ai taigunient and share rin from V lo Sill while Amencsui Railway Do i he posting of bond sol on slMies ran Horn i2 to sill velopmenl association The conven each loolicitum f some of the higher priced issues re jim uin uednosdav lo on V f ic on ed orded wider ranges Illmc lllni KrMay nw over before the prclimmsiriis if tbo Some telephone company should csise got under way culled animals from herds and the Kansas City CKDAR RAIIDS June Hi An inquest wsis to bo set todsiy into the slnyingby Mrs Louise Raineii of her hnslisind si ilcxicnn rusid laborer yestorclsiy in Hoverly Gormsin irivor ix lh i ab in which the couple woiv ridiujj Iliim fodar Hsipids itported that thr man iijul wnniiin hsid boon ing linring the entire trip As ttuv slopptd frujn llio OMJ Mrs drciv si knit sljishiug nor hiishaiul in llio is good I jnif cutting bis ugidsir vein csius ing instiinl The tllrlo or the fixed upon tho return to Cedar Jlap iis of R A Vorplial Mnn chester holiovcil thai the hcariiu will he Tnosdav or merge with a frigidaire manufac Gilbert N Hangen and other mem rs of the Iowa delegation were preparing this week to return home before smother week psisses leav ing the two sensitors Daniel Steck and Smith Brookhart to struggle with the naval trcsity in special session lure and produce si comfortable hot i wesither phone booth Iife en of GRAIN SLUMPS CHICAGO June Hi iIV All grain prices wore driven lo fresh bottom levels today both July and September delivery of wheat sink Members of the delegsition expect ing under the dollar line the house to adjourn by SsUurday Home of them plan to leave before hat day however in order either Wheat futures dropped from to 31 cents a burbel under the weak closing prices of Saturday WILL RPGER5 BOSTON lij Been the group presented themselves lo Sheriff Isino Stmii for fingti firiulinj mid photographing hour of tluv from other towns provided Ihirr bond jxiiding argument for ho re duction and two others ohsirged with suldilioiisil counts of false ire tenses posted bond on esteh chsirge sissiinst Ihem Tiie other HI were set free on their promise to appciir today for arraignnient Aulhorilies were faced with n possibility of proseeulion extending WeaJ to return home to begin laying rly tnucliing hillom sit nrs plans for the election or j Ond finishing only a fisiction better to put in some vacationing licks September wheat crossed the neaday and Thursday Instnictors j byterian Bible chool which opened will include local professors and Dr June 1 has closed a Lwo weeks E A Hollowell of the forage crops session The average attendance office of the United States departj was SO ranging in age from to ment of agriculture One hundred i years The school was under the fifty men are expected to attend leadership of the Rev and Mrs R McCracken Miss Francis Kabele When one congressman calls nnj Clare Warner and Mrs James L other a liar the public knowa that Darland j it was only a little more gas than j Miss Betty J Keith music in usual turned Times j structor of the Fagle Grove school I 1nion had charge of the music fore doing so Stormiest Session in Voiirs They left behind them si session which has been one of the storm iest in many years It witnessed first a fight over the farm relief bill The controversy over he bill however was only the beginningof a battle which has taken many different directions since that time The tariff contest reached the debating stage just after the farm Sept dollar line to OS cenls Persistently good weather in the spring wheat belt has been a weakening factor nttrui humillatin in t1 for scvernl days and to this was added today the grow ing fear that foreign countries would retaliate against the new cf n their pictures taken on If nnv iodv in tariff bv raising si barrier i ing at the pictures in the papers lo over several months mid possible day of some woman that killed a I years should each of the men elect lot of big game in India I wish the humane society would take up GPI thing Afler killing a poor dumb nnimnl you sire nut allowed to si I on it lo have your picture niadc to a wild animal I believe they got the same old stuffed lion and elephant stnd tiger over there Ihsit they all nave bill was disposed of in the special i lts r fccl on futures session II was only this week that hcnt fric wcrc the bill went to the president nearly1 uj an pre a year and a half since its birth Its voyage thru the house was Turn tn i olunm ngainsl grain from the United Slates The break in slock niarkel prices too had its efccl on grain futures i lV I hasnt had an offer to deliver one of the baccstlaiirestt e addresses to some college graduating class must he pretty low down Your i December Corn lost from 1 Ts to 2Lc bushel July finishing at 7t to o I and c lost lo I cent I Hit MiNuibl 3ynllEiu Inc to stand separate trial A crowded court docket already makes il prob oclock sunday alle that the cases will not come Suti to trisil for some time they Franklin Wool Pool Shipped to Capital HAMPTON June Ifi Nearly nine tons of wool contributed by Franklin county fanners mem bers of the Franklin county Wool Growers sissociation IIHS been shipped to Dei Moines Tlir who made tip the wool pool reside in sill psirts of Franklin county and the wool which they hrol here for ship ping made up a total of 7S pounds l JOWA WEATHER night ami Tuo ilsiv Slightly cooler In Iho os Irrini simthrast portlnn Mon LOCAL STATISTICS 1 e fignv for 21 hour period ending n ortork Monday nmrning Maiiiioiuoi Siiinlay Hri TJniiinm in At H A M Mnnilay ll Figures for like period rndmf morning urday HO hi Night Two rainless days in June Tim an event considering Ihc fact Ihat in Iho first II days of me nth the average rsiiufall t day wsi slightly in excess of a half inch i   

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