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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 11, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PA Edited for the Home TUB NENVSlAPEK TIJVJ MAliJOS AIl NOKTII IOWANS MilUHKOUS HOME EDITION VOL XXXVI VE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY JULY 11 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NQ 237 Group Is Too High Class9 Crime Commission Is Scientific Study Body I5y CHARLES P STEWART AS H INGT O N July 11 CPA real trouble with President Hoovers a n t i crime commis sion is peculiar It is altogether too high class a commission for its job Its members are Chairman ex Attorney Gener al George W Wickersham ono of the greatest lawyers in the world Newton Baker secretary of war in President Wilsons cabinet Henry D Anderson Richmond Va and Monte Al Lemann of New Orleans deeply versed in corporation legal lore Judges William I Grubb Wil liam S Kenyon and Paul J McCorj mich of the federal bench and of course lawyers par excellence Judge Kenneth Mackintosh of the Washington state supreme court Frank J Loesch another distin guished lawyer and head of Chi cagos crime commission Dean Ros crre Pound of Harvard law school and President Ada L Comstock of Radcliffe college a famous educa tor Henry D Anderson Richmond Va and Monte M Lemann of New Orleans deeply versed in cor poration legal lore Judges William 1 Grubb William S Kenyon and Life of Bank Bandit Is Ended on Colorado Gallows AGAINST PARTY Will Announce Status as Chairman at End of N Session July 11 LB BATH TUBS ARE TO SING IN NOT FOR STORING GASOLINE SAN FRANCISCO July 11 tubs Capt Theodore Trivett local fire prevention hief has pointed out are to sing in and not for gasoline torage Motorists have been reported to the fire prevention bureau as purchasing gasoline during the price war and storing it away in tubs against the day when prices will again become normal WASHINGTON Turning back his party foes for fl 7 J a second time Claudius Huston has j T V 1CT1 111 given word he will announce bis j the republiI T Attack to Quizzed status as chairman of the reputali can national committee time after the senate adjourns This1 was the declaration be made late yesterday to officers of the na tional committee who had an nounced before they went into Kei sion with their chairman that his resignation must be forthcoming To Tulle Later His statement that What I have NATIONS REPLY TO PROPOSAL OF UNITED EUROPE Express Discontent Over Theor Present War Settlements pARIS July 11 tion of European countries with their war settlements and deter mination that nothing must impair the league of nations authority to day became evident as the outstanclj ing reactions to Frances proposal I for a United Slates ot Europe I With replies sent or on the wiy from half of the 26 nations asked rjil Foveon Minister Briand to par SOI aSKU trIJ I f Otina ucipate in discussions for a feelera ASK REDUCED WHEAT ACREAGE Paul J McCormick of the federal to say on that subject will be with bench and of course lawyers Turn In Column held until after the adjournment of the senate was accepted by the re publican chieftains and they imme diately interpreted it as nieanin he then would announce tion his resigna HAS OF LEGGE Wheat Reduction Propo Finish Work in J Kansas AMARILLO Texas July 11 a two day campaign in Kansas expounding the farm boards wheat acreage reduction program Alexander Legge chair man and Arthur M Hyde secre Inry of agriculture today brot their proposals to the Texas panhandle They parted company last night with Gov Clyde M Reed of Kansas after he had sounded his opposition to the curtailment plan at Dodge City The biggest hog Mr Leggc told 1500 southwestern wheat growers in answer to Governor Reed will always lie in the trough Kansas is now in the trough 8 American Girls to Be Presented at Court But Mr Huston emphasised later to newspaper men that 1 have made no promises and he warned them to make interpretations on your own responsibility Joseph R Nutt treasurer and James F Burke counsel heard Hustons words to the newspapermen and they did not challenge them They are among those demandin tirement Fiss Mentioned Twice how Mr Huston has told Unconscious in Pasture LAUREL Nebr July 11 Miss Opal Snyder victim of a bru tal attack at the hands of four men was to be interviewed today by the Cedar county attorney who hopes she will be able to give him clews on which authorities may work in arresting her attackers The physi cian attending her stated her con dition was good and ttat she could talk after having been unconscious or delirious many hours for His Parti in Death Of 4 Treaty Is Denounced by Senator Hale of Maine republican leaders he will not quit under fire They arc beginning to believe him and they are endeavor ing to end speculation and get the party controversy out of the press It was last April not long after Hustons encounter with the senate lobby committee that a group of republicans including two cabinet members Secretary Hyde aul Post master Genera Brown called upon Huston to quit He refused while under fire Tho girl 16 disappeared from her home here Wednesday evening his and when she did not return in a short time her parents Mr and Mrs Clifford Snyder organized a searching party and found the girl hands bound to her knees and gagged in a pasture about two miles from town She had been sub jected to most brutal treatment and was unconscious when found and remained in that stale until late Thursday It has been reported that the rlrl has said she did not know her at tackers but no one would verify this report tion of European states the French government today announced that it i considered the progress of negotift tions as quite satisfactory M Briand made it known today that be expected every invited na lions response to be in the hand of the foreign office by July 15 and that he would be in a position tn make a full report the league of nations meeting in September Nu Large Obstacles No insurmountable obstacle has been raised by any responding gov ernment it was said in official cir cles today Suchobjection as have been mentioned in replies already received it was argued have always been known to exist in fact it WHS because there are such difficulties j that France undertook the epochal j plan ofa federation of nations and fur that reason M Briand proceeded slowly and carefully in launching1 the idea outlining the plan first anJ leaving details to the future The single really disturbing factor in the preliminary exchanges has been the demand for revision of treaties mentioned by Italy Ger many and Hungary especially It is the factor which has caused the gravest concern among those who are devoted to the idea of the Bur opean federation Allusion This allusion of the three powers i Baclirach From A I1 liuirman AluxmNlor lufl of the Foil end Farm board and Secretary of AjgrieiiHuro Arthur 31 Ilyric luivn inovpd into Texas on thfir tnur of flu1 crowine1 states in a campaign for rfthioiiitf iittrongu to out rtmvn tliiwlicat surplus In Kansas Mr Iuggp and Mr wore opposed in do hut r Governor Krrrt Total of Ten Lives Is Taken by Stifling Heat Becomes Catholic Less Than Hour Before Hanging CANON CITY Colo July 11 K Fleagle has paid with his life for his part in the slaying of four men and the rob bery of the First National bank of Lamar in May 1D2S The gallows trap was sprung on the white haired bandit leader at 003 oclock p m yesterday at the state prison He was pronounced dead by the prison physician JSi minutes later Althu obviously making an effort to appear composed aud calm as walked from his cell to the execu tion chamber Fleagle displayed no indications of a breakdown Until i in the time the black cap was adjustj cd over his head and the noose tight ened around hia neck the desperado maintained his coolness iToinud Catholic Church Fleagle stood firmly on the ce ment floor of the death house as the straps were adjusted around bis under fire rms auusion or uie uuruu 7 Then il was gossiped at the 11 ito their dissatisfaction wth Pnst wmi tol that Huston would quit when O U tL IlLA 12 tO treaties and the economic Battle1 congress adjourned Prcsiden i A meals groxving out nf the conflict Hoover began looking for a succesJ Turn In 1nee Cnliirnn M I J LONDON July 11 rp Eight American girls and women will be 1 presented to Queen Mary tonight in the fourth and last Buckingham palace court of the season King Georges presence at the court was uncertain since it was Leaves Note Stating He felt that the two hour ordeal migtu Doesn t Want to Be bring a recurrence of the rheuma tism which forced his absence from last months court If be Is absent the Prince of Wales probably will deputize for him Tonights function represents the beginning of the end of the London social season which has been one of the most brilliant in years A garderi party at Buckingham palace next week and the cowes regatta the last week in July will cause him to leave London for continental and English coasi resorts AUNT MET By Kobert Quillen The saddest thing in a womans life is that she keeps on lumgfcrin lo be held on her husbands lap after sliu gets so fat it cant bo done Burden CLTDAR LAKE July IIGrant Peet 6G Thursday afternoon lett a note staling lie did not wish to be a further burden to his relatives and went out into the garage of Gracelyn cottage Bayside wheiv he had been making his home and shot himself with a 32 Winchester special Carbine rifle Mrs P R Foster niece of Mr Peet with whom he had been mak ing his home found the note on the stepa of the collage in the evcnivp In the garage she found her uncle still conscious but with the lower part of his face shot away She called Dr A B Phillips nncl Mr Peet was taken in the Ward ambulance to the Park hospjlal in Mason City where he died hours later County Coroner W E Long who also was called in the case stated there was no question but what it was suicide Mr Peet had made his horns with his niece and her son M A Foster with whom he arrived from Buffalo N Y a month ago Mrs Foster had been at work thru out tho day Funeral service arrangements are awaiting word from Mr Pects Glen at Camptown Pa Mr Peet has a brother Charles Pet Doyle Return LONDON July 11 PtSpirit ualists have set the stage for Sir Arthur Conan Doyles reappearance before them during a memorial ser vice to be held Sunday at Laberl hall The authors favorite chair will occupy the center of the platform to the lay eye empty but to his de voteus occupied by the spirit of the man who create Sherlock Holmes and who died Monday Lady Doyit his widow will sit at the left side of the chair a place she always occupied during her husbands public lectures She1 was said today to regard this as tiio last public demonstration that she wouldattend with him AI Lady Doytcs request Franic Hawken secretary tf the spirit memorial service said a demonstration of clairvoyance will be given She supports Sir Ar thurs view that clairvoyance is a religious rite Turn tn InKr 2 Otii VANITY GIRLS Death of Hundreds Head of Livestock Caused At 2 oclock Friday afternoon the temperature in Mason City attained Intensity nt D92r degrees and at II oclock tho hour when tlm had hern reached on Ihc prevmis dny the reading oxarlly the same a iiunrtor of a degree higher than Thursdays mark DES MO NEK July 11 OT Stifling heat which has held Iowa in its grip for I be last week lias taken a tol of ten persons dead from beat prostration and has caused the deaths of hundreds of livestock valued at thousands of dollars Reports received today of the deaths of Joseph Mulatto 59 Chel sea fanner Harvey Deal liO Mis souri Valley Harry Bazel 4S Fort Madison contractor ICmil Babbc 40 farm hand near Deninon and Mrs M V Knnnders SO New on brot the death list to ten from j heat prostration alone five persons TALE OF JIMMYS WRECK TURNS OUT TO BE ONLY FISH STORY NEW YORK July 11 tale that MayorJames J Walker was shipwrecked somewhere along the Atlantic coast turned out today to be a fish story Rumors that Barron Coiliers power yacht Florida with the may or aboard was aground sent coast guard craft scooting back and forth yesterday in a search from Mon tauk Point Long Island to New port R I After the search had ended by finding the Florida swinging safely at anchor off the Montauk Yacht club Mayor Walker returned to the Florida to tell of a battle with a shark About 10 miles out a huge sharks fin cut the water within striking distance and Capt Charles Thomp son of the fishing boat Montauk heaved a harpoon The barb found WASHINGTON July 11 President Hoover today re jected the senates recjuest for the secret documents relative to the London naval treaty In a brief and pointed message he said the negotiations had in volved statements to him in confi dence and he could not allow him self In become guilty of a breach of trust 1 have no desire to withhold from Ihc senate any information having even the remotest beating upon the negotiation of the treaty Mr Hoover wrote The message reached the senate the midst of a denunciation ot the treaty by Senator Hale The Maine senators speech was not in terrupted by its reading however Opposition Has Store The corner of the senate chamber where during the tariff debate was installed what Senator Norris called Grundys Store was taken river today by opponents of the naval treaty who moved in two bright yellow miniature gun tur rets One mounted two sixinchcrs and a larger one carrier three eight inch guns Opponents of the London pact are using the wood models to support Turn tn Iline 2 Column Way to Insure Profit WASHINGTON July 31 Convinced that Emmett Peacock May Be Removed to Scene of Officers Slaying having died Wednesday and Thiirs its mark and so did another dnv Several others have drowned Towing the boat at a rapid clip the harpooned shark started for the gulf stream Shark and boat flew thru the wa ter for lf milos before the shark escaped carrying with it the two harpoons seeking relief from the heal 1000 Hnrsis Dcsul Markets at a Glance NEW YORK July 11 traders sell when early buying spends several rail and j utilities at new highs list reacts slightly on realizing Foreign exchanges Irregular Dutch and German strong new Orleans sell Eight Held on Charge of Acting in Indecent Show NEW YORK July 11 Earl Carroll who boasts that thru bii stage doors pass the most beautiful girls in tho world led eight of them thru the portals of Market court today for a bearing on police charges that his latest Vanities is an indecent show Carroll Jimmy Savo comedian and the eight show girls and dancers had to elbow their way thru five hundred gaping spectators gathered in the street and ir the courtroom Hardly had the princi pals taken their seats when the judge ordered attendants to clear the room of all curiosity seekers More than 200 spectators left or were escorted out but standing room was still scant Hot Weather Causes 73 Year Old Omaha Man to End His Life OMAHA July John R living at Dows who was notified lnf immediately Famous Fducutor Dies MINNEAPOLIS July 11 iT Dr Arthur A Law liS one of th founders of the American college of j ada surgeons and for many years a pro fessor of the dnnartmcnt of surgery I mrnt report university of Minnesota died yestcr1 day I steady easier spot market European selling CHICACO Wheat Weak rains parts Can bullish govern Ringwalt 73 retired insurance man and father of Arthur Ringwalt an American vice consul at Shanghai committed suicide at his home here early today after informing his wife that he couldnt stand another day j of such weather Ringwaits body with a bullet thru his heart and a revolver clutched in his hand was found in the basement of his home by a son lack who yesterday returned from the Missouri Valley tennis tourna ment at DCS Moincs with his bride of a week The newlyweds had planned to leave today for a Cana dian honeymoon trip At least 1000 horses were re ported dead by rendering plants thruout the stale which said rbey had received the greatest uuiiibor of calls from farmers in their his tory Plants at Oakland aud Ilar lan refused to accept further calls having been taxed to capacity An equal number of hogs pos sibly a greater number were re ported dead from prostration A rendering plant it Oakland said il had 200 ciircaHKps of hogs and was receiving calls to remove ot tiers hourly An Amescompany had 350 and a DCS Moines plant had rinnr Has iO Boono county was estimated lu have GO dead hordes Sioux county j LOO Hamilton county TOO Linn I county 75 Scott county 21 Greene i county SO Jasper comity fiO Hum boldt county Union county Page county IfiO and Pollawatla mic county 100 Cattle judging by the number which rendering plants have been called upon to remove have not suffered as greatly Nearly all com panies reported comparatively few cows dead from the boat Most of ile horses were reported to have died in the fields and fanr em taking heed have descried day and invaded their fields in the da and invaded their fields in the late afternoon working late into the night Sydney Body Resolves Against Tariff Raises SYDNEY Australia July 11 Pi The Sydney chamber of com merce today passed a resolution pro testing against the increase in cus toms tariff and internal taxation announced in the budget Tlie resolution urged the federal government to consult leading busi nessmen and financiers before pro ceeding with further legislation along these linef CEDAR RAPIDS July 11 Emmetl Peacock of Anaruosa hold here as a suspect in the slaying or Sheriff Fred Sweet and Marihil Aaron of Washington Iowa I may be taken to that city late lo an increase nij j postage rates is the only feasible c Peacocks at T Uornev said J B Risden of public utlty out of the red posj L investhftun al officials are preparing to press inlormet todav lhc p their advocacy of a lugher charge mJRht tvkeu Lo it could not bo learned whoihor charges would be filed George Mcr risoii Washington county attorney said in a long distance conversation he knew nothing of the imwo Ray Koott operative of the stale bureau conferred with Peacock last night but would make no com ment It was understood however that the state lias not yet com plettd its investigation of tiI prints found on the slayers car OGERS Says CITY SWELTERING Mason City is sweltering with the heat but only two prostrations have been reported K O Myli 22 years of age a clerk at the Ideal Sand aud Gravel company was overcome while at work in the office Friday morning He was taken to Park bosi pilal for where his con dition is not believed soriouv Henry Smith 2fl years of age Twentyninth street southwest i BKVKRLY HILLS Cal July 11 Lindberghs have always known they would call the baby Charles Augustus But what has held them up all this time was whether to use the Jr on the end or not So they finally decided to use it The picture shows him sleeping with his eyesshut and his mouth wide open so he dont take after his father He slept with his eyes open and his mouth shut Was with Flo Ziegfcld this morn ing The present show in our old follies theater the New Amster dam was raided by the police yes terday He says show business is getting pretty tough when you for carrying first class mail Wbeu Postmaster General Browu submits his annual report to con gress in December the enactment uf legislation authorizing the in crease is to be his most urgent rec ommendation The postmaster be lieves a rale of 2i rents an ounce on first class mail would balance the departments budget for the present Assistant Post master General Tilton generally regarded as the nancial expert of the dupnrtmcnl said today an increase in the rau i on letter mail is the only solution of the deficit problem Last years postal deficit amount ed to sriOOOnono Tillon estimates i it will runover SKO000000 this year The present loss in handling j the mails is now a charge against the general funds of the treasury Brown and Tilton are of the ion the postotfice department j a public utility should he selfsup i porting the cost of operation to be borne by those it serves rather than Uie tax paying public 2 MllRlARE KILLED IN FIRE Three Buildings Destroyed at South Dakota Gold Mine IOWA WEATHER Prolxibly fair ind cnntiiiiird warm Friday ivrnl Satur LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazplte wratbcr figures fur 21 hour period ending at 8 oclock Friday morning Maximum Thursday fl Minimum in Nigbl 78 At H A M Friday Sf Nut since Juno has North Iowa experienced such a tempera ture as was recorded Thursday on tbo instruments The maximum of reached at about 3 oclock was j degrees above the high mark of the previous day which was the summers heat rec ord until Friday ciune along The June 30 heat mark in In the previous year nn Sept I a reading of 100 was recorded These are the two highest readings of re cent years At noon Friday the mercury had touched the OS degree mark with every indication present thnt 100 would be reached by midafternoon At I oclock the temperature was 90 degrees oven equaling the four have to guarantee ticket n raid with each Turn In r ohimn il LICAD S Dak July H T Two miners were killed in the fire which destroyed three buildings at the Homestake gold mine here lato last night it was learned this morning Alec W Kaston and Charles H Wcllman 2 were the miners killed It was reported that they were being drawn to the surface but were trapped in their cage when the engineer at the top of the shaft established Thursday bad to run from the flames J Early placed the dami age to the Homcstake mine at near The mine in the northern Black Hills is the largest I producer of gold in the United Statew i 1 The building destroyed were the Ellison hoist at the top of the I largest shaft the pressure room i and I ho dry room where the minor I i I change their clothes 1 HV j Ivu   

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