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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 12, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas for Me Home ri T i 0 v E Fl HIS MUM a ART OCPT Of lOrtA M01MES I J OL XXX VI tTVE C CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE T1IK rEUSlAlEU THAI MAIiKS ALL NOUTH lOWANS N UIUUUUKS HOME EDITION Balance Is Delicate Progressives to Be Big Factor in Campaign MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY JULY 12 1SSO UNITED PEPSI SEUI ADMITS K Would By CHAKLES P STEWART A S H I N G T O N July 12 CPA r o g r essivc isrn bulks formid ably i n this years campaign Especially Is this true of the fights for senate seals because the sen ate balance al ready is so deli cate Congress ad journment found the senate pro gressives badly flattened Yet for awhile the betting was good that they the whole standpat Northwestern States program And so they would if a lot of democrats with whom they were allied had not deserted them What made it worse all but a mere nucleus of progressives bolted also When the alliance collapsed THE standpatters policy is to fol low up their advantage by trouncing all the progressives they can at the polls in the autumu On the other hand the 100 per i cent progressives realize that with a very little more strength they 1 would have thrown a crimp into standpatism They will try to hang Jon and gain just this little bit more next November If they can SENATE STUDIES SITUATION LEFT BY HOOVER ACT Morris Proposes Senate Ratify Treaty With Reservation TTTASHINGTON July 12 W the end of its first week of cie women New Mark Is Set for High Flying Girls Ruth Alexander Tops Former Record of 20000 Feet SAN DIEGO Cal July 12 An unconscious girl slumped in the cockpit of a tiny monoplane as it soared five miles above Lindbergh field was believed today to have achieved a new altitude record for Tumbles to Death AUTOIST SHOOTS CHICAGOS WELCOME TO BYRD back man more age it they will come belligerently than ever Standpatism versus progres siveism is not an issue in nil the states but in the states where it is an issue it is the capital one USE the term progressiveism in its todays generallyaccepted political effect as a dis tinct party label Otherwise inter preted it becomes confusing For example Senator Capper of Kansas once told me that he con siders himself a progressive Sena tors to whom I would confine the Turn in Inue 4 Column 4 WALTER FLUENT DIES SUDDENLY Charles City Insurance Man Taken Following Minor Operation CHARLES CITY July Walter Fluent prominent business man here died this morning in Ma son City following an operation for the removal of his tonsils Mr Fluent had conuducted an in surance business here for many years and was connected with var ious civic enterprises in the town He had not been well for about one year and this spring went to Texas for about six weeks to recuperate He is survived by Mrs Fluent three sons and one daughter Jeanne The sons are Wayne Carlyle and James Mrs Fluent and Jeanne left for Madison Wis Monday and fu ncrnl arrangements have not been announced bate on the London naval treaty the senate today studied the situ ation created by President Hoovers refusal to submit documents bear ing on the negotiation of the pact It found itself confronted with the first reservation to be offered and there was a general belief this was attracting substantial support Some members saw it as the issue upon which the opposition will wage its fight for rejection of the treaty or postponement of a vote until fall Borah Withholds Judgment The reservation proposed by Sen ator Norris independent republican Nebraska would have the senate ratify the treaty with the distinct and implicit undersanding it is not modified by any documents ex traneous to itself and that it is ac companicd by no collateral secret understandings i Advocates of the treaty were riij vided in their attitude toward tlu Norris proposal Some insisted it he approved Others indicated they would votelfor it if the preamble telling of the presidents refusal to produce the documents is elimin ated Jrthnson on Warpath Senator Reed republican Penn sylvania a member of the delega tion to London was outspoken in his opposition Chairman Borah of the foreign relations committee withheld judgment pending study of the question The reservation waa proposed i late yesterday shortly after Mr j Hoovers message declining to give over the papers had been read to the senate The presidents action was vigor ously assailed by Senator Johnson republican California He called upon the senate for action that would be more than denunciation The treaty debate will be resumed on Monday The planes instruments showed that the pilot Ruth Alexander had bettered by G600 feet her mark nf 20000 feet set July 4 In relating her experience of yes terday the girl said she became un conscious when the altimeter showed 22000 feet her plane continuing to climb more than 4000 feet before u hit the ceiling The last thing I noted was feet said Miss Alexander My Turn I 3 Cnliimn HINT LAXITY OF MDONALD HIS TESTIMONY 38 MEMBER OF DES Cause of Plunge Fa tal to Cement Work Desires to Right Wrong er Is Unknown Done Moonev and THE body of GmnL J years of age 540 Fourth street LjlllirWi northeast was found early Ktitnr S day morning after he had evidently i fallen 90 feet from the roof of the storage building of the Northwest ern Stales Portland witness DALTIJIORE July 12 D MacDonald recantina who declare he perjured himself in testimony which sent Tom Mooney and Warren 1C Billings to prison in California Cor life was refused his freedom on t writ of habeas corpus today and ordered held pending re ceipt of advices from California uu he cement happened to com fall is How not known His body was found L2fet from the edge of the building Ac cording to Dr E Long cointy coroner the fuel that his bodv was Commander Richard Jtvril south pole hero was i heros welcome of tinfirst order on his visit to Kriilav llvrd came west he sftul to properly salutehis companions on thepolar cxpedi tion Ho to SI Louis iliis morning BOYS SOUGHT IN FRESNO KILLING Orangemen Appeal for Support of Strickland BKLFAST Northern Ireland July 12 speech at every Orange demonstration commemor ating the two hundred and fortieth anniversary of the battle of the Boyne today in Ulster called on the British government to support Lord Strickland premier of Malta in his stand against the bishops Viscount Craigavon said at En niskillen that his entire sympathies lay with the Maltese premier Tempest of Type Breaks on Head of Tribune Lawyer July 12 A tempest of type broke today over the head of Charles F Rathbun mem ber of the Tribunes legal firm who is directing the inquiry into the Jake Lingle murder j Publication yesterday by the i News of a letter hintingthat I better results would be obtained in I the investigation if It were in charge of someone without connection with any newspaper brot denials by the reputed signatures that they had signed the letter Among the signatures carried by the Daily News were Albert R Brunker executive chairman of the Civic Safety commission Frank 1 Loesch president of the crime com mission and Augustus Peabody president of the Citizens associa tion Make General Denial These three civic leaders last night made general denial that they GOLF EXTRA Final results of the national open golf tourna ment at Interlachen will be given in an extra edition of the GlobeGazette Saturday evening It is expected that the edition will reach the streets at about 7 oclock This information is given for those who may wish to have the golf news hot off the wire rather than wait for the Sunday papers THREE FARMERS KANSAS IS STILL CONFESS THEFTi Clarksville and Greene Men Legge Remains on Board Face Sentence in Floyd Tells Publishers To thorities Sought in connection with efforts of the Mooney defence league to ob lain pardons for the two men Mei Donald was taken into custody here after being recognized by a neigh bor He was held on a nominal charge of investigation Issues Statement After his arrest lie issued a state ment thru an attorney in which he said T John McDonald aged 58 year residing in Baltimore city testified 1 as a witness for the state of Califor nin versus Thomas Mooney and i Warren K Billings 1 never saw i I Mooney until taken to the Hall of 1 Justice In San Francisco and was I told by an officer that this is Mboney pointing Him out to me My testimony in the various cases I was untrue and false I desire to i undo the wrong done by me in sehd ing Mooney to prison regardless of Turn to rnec 2 CiiCunm n Attic I not next to the building served In indicate that he did not Call direct ly off the edge Mrs Brewer said her husband complained of a headache before he went to work Friday night and that he may have walked on the roof of the building to cool off The roof was dark and since there was no railing around it he may have 2 M ISED RAIN RESCUE IOWA ITS HEAT County Toll of Dead Reaches 33 Forecast Says Cooler T c C f DES MOINES Jiill2 Ott four day death toll from heat I of 33 persons and hundreds of bead of livestock Iowa today looked for ward ea a Is Result of Co hati made suggestion by letter to States Attorney Sivanson a against Timi In Inzo I i AUNT MET By Robert Quillen If Its havin amall families hat makes modern children so ornery Youve got to have half a dozen to practice on before you learn how to raise em Operative Move Squabble 12 TviByrd to Dedicate St In n nH hi u Louis Landing Field FRESNO Cal July Willie Maglio 23 was held and his younger half brother Joseph Egileo was being sought here today as au thorities probed the death of A L Matignon 33 shot while seeking the signature of the boys mother Mrs Angela Egileo to a coopera tive grrape contract sponsored by the federal farm board The shooting occurred as Matig non Wilbur Berry 33 another grape campaign worker and 10 other persons visited the Egileo home last night and sought to per suade Mrs Egileo to join the co operative movement She previous ly had refused to sign The campaigners said they had been peacefully discussing he con j tract and were leaving the place I when shots came from the ranch i house Matignon fell mortally I wounded Berry received bullets in the arm and chest and a shot struck Mrs Egileo in the elbow and side Mrs Egileo and Berry appar ently were not seriously wounded Feeling has been funning high i against some of the non signers in I the grape growing district here be cause the campaign has been on the verge of failure Last Wednesday two grape growers asked protection from night riders saying attempts 1 were made to force them to sign the agreement Attendance Is Poor WAVERLY July ance has been small and financial prospects so far very discouraging for the 1930 Waverly chautaumia which closes Monday evening There is certain to be a deficit with pres ent estimates ranging from S10 to for each of the 50 guarantors CHARLES CITY July Three farmers accused of stealing 30 guj Ions of gasoline and 50 gallons of lubricating oil from one of the Col Una Company farms near here ure in the Floyd county jail here awaitj ing sentence They have signed i I he figure of speech used s ruoiisners lo I GotoHeii Altho Guilty LOS ANGELES July 1 written confessions AMARILLO Texas July 12 Pi was still the biggesthig i Slipping thru a legal loophole Olio lying in the trough today as far as Sanhuber attic lover was free to day altho convicted of slaving Fred Oesterreich wealthy Alihvau kec manufacturer in his home eight years ago A jury found Sanhubei ST LOUIS July 12 Admiral Richard E Byrd who hits flown across both poles flew into heat parched St Louis today to dedicate Col Charles A Lind berghs home airport LambertSt Louis field and to be acclaimed by the city j Accompanied by several members I of his antarctic expedition the faj mnns explore flew from Chicago and vas escorted to Lambert field by a convoy of 25 planes including army craft from Scott field III Clarksvillc and John Reverts Greene Each of the trio is married They broke into a storelmuse on the farm loaded their truck with the supplies and took it away Tues day evening B F Alhertou deputy sheriff worlced on Ilia case and ob tained the confessions of the men last evening Part of the stolen oil was found in Reverts barn and part of it was found in some woods near ville There also was some of it hidden in Kleinschmidts yard PGERS says BEVERLY HILLS Cal July 12 republicans are trying lo gut rid of the chairman of their nation al committee They cant throw him out be knows when the body JK huried The next time they birc one his contract will have a two weeks cancellation clause in it They thtnn this fellow dont add the proper class to the party The want a man that will lend some money Yours 9 UK KiNiuitl lu WILL BE PAVED Road South Thru Hancock Next on State Schedule GARNER July pre parations arc underway by the Stale Highway commission for paving nine and a fraction mile in Hancoeli county on No in The connection with No IS will be on a line west in Garner from Paponseks shop The paving will go straight south lo within four miles of the south line of Hancock county Work will be strtcd at the south end ns the grading there is in bet ter shape Twelve men of the com mission eight surveyors and four in spectors are on the job in charge of R H Avenell Right of way is paid at the rate of an acre and funds are al lowed for new fences where line fences are taken flown The road passes the German Re form church and comes north tak ing off a slice on the township line and hitting the Mrs Menzo Hed dens farm It is planned to have the road ready for traffic early in All October I left the city Alexander Legge chairman of the federal farm board was concerned And Legge was still chairman of by the the hoards proposal that wheat growers limit acreage yesterday aroused the ire of Max Lon in Lcvand publishers of the Mtchi Kms Beacon The Lcvam brothers called iijjon Mr Legge In retract what they said was an insult to 1850000 Kan twin H and then resign All of which brot forth from Mr Lcggo the statement You may present my cnmpn menti lr Max and Louie and please tell them to go tohell Governor Reed appeared at Kan sas points jointly with Chairman Lcgge and Secretary of Agriculture Hyde during their present tour of the wheat states in the interestof limited production His outspoken opposition to then views Chairman Leggo accused was due to polilicil reasons guilty of manslaughter instead of murtlcr and thereby gave him his liberty Yesterday the court ruled that the verdict must be set usidc on the ground the statute of limitations for manslaughter is three yeut3 For more than 10 years Sanlrj jer had lived in small attics in tin Oosterrcich hern and in Mil waukee is the clandestine sweet heart of Mrs Wnlburgii Oestcr rcich One evening Sanhuher told ill grand jury which indicted him Oes terreich quarreled with his wife Sanhuber testified ha crept from his attic and shot Oesterreich us he feared Mrs Oesterreich waa being1 injured This confession he repudi ated during his trial for murder Sanbubcr left the Oesterreich home five years ago and was mar ried two years ngo under the name of Klein to thunderstorms which promised relief from more than a week of unbroken high tempera tures Cooler weather was forecast fo tonight and Sunday by the govern ment weather bureau which week has recorded the longest per iod of unbroken high in the last decade Only six official station reproted maximum rend ings of less than 100 Frldajy Aah 02 at Duhuque and TO at Decorah the lowest of the highs 101 Is Reported Estheivillc Inwooc and Cclar Rapids each reported HH for Fri day a high temperature that brut previously beou reported for numer ous other stations The number of horses dead from the heat estimated conservatively at 1000 yesterday was augmented today by a report from two render ing plants at Cherokee which re ported 100 killed since Monday G Karlson Enters Plea of Self n r Defense MOINES July 12 M sell a Kailbon n today admit ted to police that he shot and killed Harry Ogilvie 17 former police captain when Ogilvie jumped on the running hoard of his automobile He pleaded self defense Police said they found several empty beer bottles inid imp not Ma filled with home brewed beer in the rear of Karlsons car Karlson told police be luul been ridingwith two and re lirvnlng home when be noticed an automobile following i Story Corroborated This was corroiioraled by Mr and Mrs Raymond L Campbell witn whom Ogilvie was riding They said they followed Karlsous car nt Ogilvies request for about a half hour after the car nearly rammed the Campbell machine twice Karlson said he pulled into the alley near his home and when Ogilvie came up he heard the offi cer shout something he did not un derstand He said he reared a hold up and sped away He sped around I the block got a gun trom his home and returned to his car Jumped In Seat i He claimed Ogilvie jumped in the 1 scat beside him and Degun cursing j and beating him He hit me two or j three over the head before1 i shot him J meant to aim at him to j disable him Karlson said Ogilvie u utility member of the police department was not in uni form when he was slain Karlson j said he did not realize ho was an j officer Campbell police said had nearly i choked Karlson into imconsclous j ness when they arrived The statement that Ogilvie start ed to beat Karlson was corroborated by Mrs Gretchen Haines who saw the while sitting on her porch Wea IOWA WEATHER Partly rlnmly Saturday night Jinrt Suniluy ivccpt profialily Ihumlorshowirs Saturday uf Icrnoou or Saturday Cooler Snliirday night except in past inrtiftn cooler Sunday in mcl ccntnil portions LOCAL STATISTICS llnbpGazctte weather figures for hour period ending at S oclock Saturday morning hogs also were Many cattle and prostrated there The Iowa death list swelled yes terday with the reporting of IS Maximum Fridav Minimum in Nljrht At 8 A M Sntunliiy 83 Turn to J Cnlumn Defeat Phillies in First Game Markets at a Glance PHILADELPHIA July 12 Tf Tbe Cincimmli Reds won the first game of a douhlchcader with the Phillies today D to r Solid hitting mingled with crors gave the Kcds the victory Cincinnati 000 lu 2 Philly 001 000 fl 2 Bcnto and Gooch Collins Klliott nnd Davis NEW YORK n T iir i Boys Watching Workmen on ia points n A n i Bonds Kig Are Burned to Death July 12 radio rallies morr OWENSBORO Ky July 12 lli Three boys were dead and five men were in a hospital today suffering from serious burns as a result of an oil well fire on a farm 20 miles south of Owensboro last night James Crowe 12 and Mult Crowe 11 brothers and Elmer Fuqun l were watching workmen repair a rig after an oil well was brot in on the farm of Tlnmnan j rp r Crowe father of the Crowe boys i by LommuniSt 1 IOOpS The well cnught ire and burned1 i them to death Five men were badly high grade rails strong Curb Firm transAmerica wean on proposed dividend cut Foreign exchanges Steady Brazilian documents up 23 points weekend cover ing Sugar Holiday Coffee Holiday Chinese City Attacked Wheat Steady eign buying Fasy increased from Iowa Cat tie Steady Hogs Steady improved for offerings Altho the weather man was talk ing in terms of less intcnsrj tem perature Saturday morning thJ breaking of the licat wave that hns held North Towa in its grip for an entire week luul not put in an ap pearance Saturday forenoon Tho nights minimum was 2 degrees higher than on Thursday night and the S oclock temperature Saturday morning was within 2 degrees of tlv mark recorded at this hour on tlu1 two preceding mornings The one important difference was a brisk breeze Moving air ulwiiys gives the impression of being oonl At 1 oclock Saturday attermon tliu temperature in Mnsim City P2 which was 7 degrees lower Uian nt a corresponding hour thn previ ous day A refreshing breeze wan present and a thin Inycr of clniKii served to lake some of Ilio effec tiveness out of the hot sun WEEKS FORECAST For the upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys and tho nrfilhcrn central great plains Tem peratures normal or lower begin ning of weeli followed by warmer not much precipitation likely SHANGHAI July 12 munists attacked Shansi Hupah province said reports from that area today and fighting was going on in the citv burned They were James Mit tingly truck driver and Harold Cornell part owner of the rig both of Whitcsville Ky neither ex pected lo liveTliiirmnn Crowe Chinese i farmer A I nell VVhitesville Cliulinpin Mulcts Debut BUKNOS A IRKS July 12 Fcodor Chalinpin Russian bassu made his debut here last night at the Colon theater as Roris Gotlunoff in the OfMra by that name Critics and Fred Corj nnd public acclaimed his perform jancc   

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