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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 25, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                lU 3 L 0 N E R HIS M AR OEPT OF IOWA UOINES I EDIT THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL MOUTH 1OWANS NEIGHBORS VOL XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA MQNpAY AUGUSTj5193g UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SEKVIUUJ NQ 274 Not Eager to Interfere Regulars Will Not Try to Oppose Norris Aug 25 CPA President Hoo vers evident opinion that Sen ator Norris is not a republican at all is under standable True republi cans do not all have to think just alike all the time Even a regular may kick over the party traces occasionally without serious ly impairing his E rating for ortho doxy I Illustratively Senator Borah fre I quently lias disagreed with the president To be sure he doubtless has fretted the white house exceed ingly by doing so Still it never has betrayed any signs of any feeling that he had cut loose entirely from the G O P organization DISPARITY LONG MOTHER OF PRINCESS Other Industries Havej Not Tried to Take Advantage DE1 MOINES Aug the economic ills of the farmer B wj i couid not be cured by additional legI It is the Bneral impreMion to reiterated here today Washington that the executive by Alexande Lefge of tnc fcdcrai farm board speaking at the state Eton docs not feel that way about Senator Norris AS previously remarked this dif ference is comprehensible Regardless of the annoyance which Senator Borah must have caused the president in several in stances since then the fact remains that he probably was the most ef fective single plugger in Mr Hoo vers favor during the 1928 cam paign and there isno reason to be TLlim to 8 column 4 fair The existing disparity between agriculture and the other industries has been a fact for many years past declared Mr Legge and it is my belief that this dispar ity has existed for a longer time than is generally recognized Dur ing the period during w hi c h steadily advanc ing prices of farm land gave the farmer an in direct gain or profit this dis parity in the ev ery day earnings of agriculture as compared to other industries was not recognized It was only fair that the farmer should gain by the in creasing value of farm property as this increase was due in a large measure to the results of his own HAMPTON Aug A effortg to improve the property and PTON MAN HOOTS SELF TARIFF CHAIRMAN Tho Duchess of York who has hsid n second daughter born to her it historic Clnmis Castle In Forfarshirc Scotland The in fant girl fourth in line for the throne of England idthe first possible royal heir to he born in Scotland in more than 300 years Honeywell 8H Had Been Suffering III Health Headon Collision Near Estherville Causes Death 1ESSE DULL 233 Fourteenth J street southeast is dead and Mrs Dull and thsir niece Beverly Jane Stout who was riding with them are in an Estherville hospital fol lowing a headone collision with a car driven by Ward C Sovereign Cresco near Estherville at 1 oclock Sunday afternoon Mr Dull received scalp wounds and a slight fracture of the skull none of which were sufficient to have caused his death Estherville physi cians btate It is believed that the shock of the accident was the cause of his death rather than his in juries Still Unconscious Mrs Dull is still unconscious i the Coleman hospital in Esthervill and is in serious condition Th baby Beverly Jane while painfull injured is not believed in seriou condition She is the daughter o Roscoe Stout and had been in tl home of her uncle and aunt for som time All of the occupants of the So erelgn car were Injured Both of Mr Sovereigns legs were fractured and he was severely bruised Mrs Sov ereign received severe bruises and wounds as did the third occupant of their car Mrs Ramsey Xray pic President of Peru Resigns and Flees Aboard Cruiser LIMA Peru Aug 25 Augusto B Leguia who has ruled Peru under a virtual dictatorship for 11 years resigned today and fled toward Panama aboard the cruiser Grau The presidents resignation is the outgrowth of a revolutionary move ment begun in the department of Arequipa last week This revolt headed by Lieut Col Sanchez Cerro was joined by the military forces and soon spread to other districts of southern Peru A new military cabinet has been sworn in with General Sarmiento named minister war as president of the council Other members are Col Eulogio Castillo Colonel Mon tagne Colonel Lopez Naval Captain Giocochca Colonel Yancz and Rear Admiral Bielich The distribution of porlfolios was not made known 4asocolcil Prcsn Photo Henry P Fletcher of 1enn sylvnniu wns named chairman of the new tariff commission by President Hoover N i tu 80 committed suicide thereby enhance its value tionevvcii ou at the home of his daughter Mrs C E Rupe late Saturday afternoon i j i m if f oTinf Deflation Sets in However when they set aside P F Rupe late sauircmy jiowevei The aged man had been suffering lhese mdirect gains my judgment is ill health and lately had been that the lack of current earnings the lack of current wouW firm or corporation were very small L HP Ulelii from ill health and lately had been extremely melancholy and despond He had been around the house all llrm day and late in the afternoon refor a considerable time prior to thc tired to his room Upon hearing a World war shot Mrs Rape rushed to his room Following the Inflation that took where she found her father lying lace during the war period this sii unon the floor death having been Decame immediately acute instantaneous said Mr Legge At the same time Mr Honeywell had been a resthe continued the period of drastic dent of Hampton for the past three deflation set in and instead of the years coming here from Kansas mcreasing value of real estate the to reside at the Rupe home nnd owncr was faced with a sharp Funeral services were held at the deciine from which lower level there HersheyBoyle funeral home Sunhas becn but a Biight recovery Three Bandits Held for Murder of College Youth tures are being taken of all of those in the accident in order to discover 12 Posses Aid in Hunt foi Stolen Child Search River Bottom for Abductor of Girl 10 VALPARAISO Idd Aug 25 OT Hundreds oC grim determined men thrashed thru the Kankakec river bottoms today looking for FOR WORLD COURT Canadian Bandit Kills Two Immigration Officers river farm laborer and the 10 year old pirl he kidnaped hoping to find her ft fir ft finrtfl 25 Jrltii day afternoon at 3 oclock and the body was taken to Oketo Kans for burial Hc is survived by one dauglv ter Mrs Pearl Rupe Hampton anc a brother living at Stanford Kans Pastor and Editor Exchange Services in Minnesota Town LEA Minn Aug Even exchange is no robbery is an axiom that can be used by edi tors and ministers as well as otnerF C H Willson editor of the Aiaen Advance yesterday vocalized His editorials from the pulpit of the Methodist church in place of the Rev Mr Genhardt who is on a va cation On the preachers return he will edit the Advance while Mr Wilson is away on hia vacation I UliCll UUL In meeting the changed condi tions the handicap of agriculture as compared to other industries brot about a storm of protest from the agricultural classes in some cases accompanied by a great deal of bit terness and feeling that somebody Bad manipulated them out of their rightful position in the business structure of the country Not Duo to Others JCareful consideration of the sub ject leads to the conclusion that this CLEVELAND Aug 25 L Three alleged members of a rob berv gang were charged by po ce today with murder of Miller Wlk son 21 year old Princeton univer sity senior who was shot to death early today when the gang held up a party of 40 guests in a fashion able Shaker heights residence here Police Lieut Fred Clarke said two of the arrested men Mike Bell Ib and his brother Angelo 20 con fessed their prrt in the holdup ixnd shooting and that they named the third man arrested Rosa Valone 18 as the engineer of the plot lur ing of the fatal shot was admitted bv Angelo Clarke said The Bell brothers each was wounded in a leg apparently by their own gun fire as they fled from members of the party and from po the extent of their injuries Brot to Hospital The Pontiac coi Dull seemed to be oui uj the time of the accident accounts Claude of the wreck from Estberville re relay d f t criri nc Driven by MrJ Siv M form home Sat FORT FRANCIS Ont Aug 25 Two United States immigra tion inspectors were killed yeste day on a Canadian national passe eer train near Brno Ont by a year old bandit who later w trapped in a farmhouse and mo tally wounded The victims were Inspectors Laurence Botcs 30 customs officer for Ranier Ont and Inspector Law rence Jones inspector for road Ont The bandit was Emerick Frenette of Fort Francis He died last night In an Emo hospital The shooting was described today by Conductor George E Ireland of the train He met the bandit m the between two coaches Ive just killed one man find it dont do as I say youll be the second the bandit told him trying to conceal handcuffs which dangled from an arm He had taken thc Crowds Await Two National Air Derbies THEODORE ULRTCIC 30 years of 1 age 421 Seventh street south cast was injured at Chicago Sunday evening when an aerial bomb ex ploded prematurely Ulrick was as sisling in a fireworks exhibition at thc National air races Ulrick entered the employment of the ThcarleDuffield fireworks com pany a month ago Since then he has been traveling tor the company as sisting in fireworks exhibitions the past five years Ulrick lias been traveling about the country and recently returned from the west Previous to that he resided in Mason City His condition is considered serious by physicians but it is expected that he will recover PILOTS CLIP PYLONS C tt R T I S SREYNOLDS AIR PORT CHICAGO Aug 25 Four speedy closed course races and two cross country derbies flashed before the grandstand to day to make the third day of the tenth annual national air races the most tYmlling oE any in point ot of the wreck Estbemlle worked for the girls first the im veal It is believed that the car had wnu Foslcr Dillner left a inn nfents hc slew veal It is believed that the car had wno roru Dftlnercft slew hit some soft gravel andcrwhed father slelday tn which he into thc new Plymouth sedan riven with tne cmld continucd by Mr Sovereign on the souiii d kiu her the police were hc wanted to go to the road Mr Sovereign o e roa going east and Mr Dull west notified search AH of the injured persons were 12 Posses brot to the Coleman hospital for The a few passengers to roll a me sit a ret ior c into 12 posses I scats away from him and fac L 23 was sitting opposite as the 12 Posses Search 1 whcre there quite a Neighbors friends and police of sleepjng After getting me x counties joined in a search t for mm he made X J 1 or frmn hllll b s the wholesale Associated Ircst Iftnto The name of Kmnlf 15 Kol lotfK former secretary of state hits been presented to tlio loairuo f nut ions us candi date for justice of the world court Turn tn Pace S Column 4 Shot in Head Wilkinson led a group of young men in resisting five ribbers armed with rifles and pistols and was shot in the head after police arrived and Torn In 1ftBC B Column 3 years as driver on truck Johnnie Horn R E Brisbine lert Monday after noon for Estherville had to one apent effotc avoi the i an eing seen Saturday loqking visited the Foster farm for work both of Ma1 Fosters had enough help but he was 01 of the accident mvitcd to dinner After tho ruca victim are in Estherville They left tho parents went to visit Mason City Monday morning bor Qnd Dillner took Betty Jane Funeral arrangements will Be ond two other children to a nearby made when Mrs Dulls condition IE viUagc where he bought them can j rri VIP in Mason entrance of the coach Turn In rnKr 5 asked mae w improved Burial will be in Mason dy Returned to Farm Citv Returned to iarm Mr Dull is survived by his widow whcn they returned to the farm Inaction 3S CaUSB and brothers two in Mason h other two chmren sau DUner B iLIHi City and one in Minneapolis AUNT HET By Robert QuiUen I dont mind bein stout except I cant stand up m the Uth tub without slippin an cant set down without fittin too tight Efforts of Attorneys to Get Removal Are Futile CRESCO Aug S arker confined to the county jail as taken before Justice of the eace N A Blackburn for prelim nary hearing Saturday on a charge first degree murder County Al orney Dale Elwood appeared for he state and W L Barker for the efensc Blackburn ruled that Barker de endant be confined to the county ail and held without bond until a searing before the grand jury At orney for defense held that Bark ers physical condition would not iermit him to be confined to the ail whereupon seven Cresco doc torsGeorge Kessel W A Bock oven JTW Jinderlee C F Snopek C A Plummer W C Hess and W T Daly each individually and col lectively testified that Barker physical condition fully warrant his being confined to tho count jail The doctors each made a person al visit to the county jail and foun it to be in a good clean and san tary condition equal if not hette than the average home and that prisoner could not expect fare an better Will Rogers TAHOE TAVERN Cal Aug 5The Islam women in Jeru aiem have asked their govern ment to take heir veils off and allow tho bride and iridegroom t o each other before mar riage It wont do em any good We dont use em over here But you would think we Big bootlegger in Seattle on trial spoke of some of the deal pulled off at last years boot loggers convention There is on these Chamber of commerce oueht to go out for The Elks o the Shrinerr or the America bankers wouldnt be in with tha I imagine all railroads adver tisini excursions to thc annua booticgRCr convention wher they will Kvc away sample Get busy Claremore Yours WILT ROGERS mo otinii let them out taut pulled Betty Jane back into the car and drove of A note signed by Dillner and found yesterday on the farm said I have planned to do this thing for never had enough of Disturbances in Palestine Nora Springs Mother and Daughter Injured at Algona ALGONA Aug W F Tatem and her daughter Dorothea Nora Springs suffered severe cuts and bruises when thc car in which they were riding collided with that driven by C A Christ Superior three miles west of here Sundaj evening The accident happened when Mr Tatem swerved from behind a string of cars in an attempt to pass Thc Christ car and the Tatem maclun met hendon and cnsiderable dam age resulted to each Both wer Fords The Tatem car turned over in tn ditch None of the others in th cars were injured Two Bandits Get BELLE PLAINE Aug 2f Two masked bandits obtained r in the holdup of the G W Presto gasoline service station here car red but she therwisc I not be harmed Markets at a Glance ug 25 Tl The 15commission of the league Oimil I with of nations government in Uics with the dangerous situation m Pales tine a year ago in a report on tlic 1 Jewish Arab disturbances published commission in holding the mandatory power partly respon sible for the fatal disorders of last August stated that the resentment vhich caused the Arabs to permit was due ultimately to the Named as Accessory Before Fact in Slaying of Lingle CHICAGO Aug 25 von PrtnUiua sporting goods deal er today was named us an acces sory before the fact in the1 slaying June 9 of Alfred Jake Lingle Trib une reporter in a warrant issued by Judge John H Lyle at the re quest of police Thru a checkup of numbers on a pistol left beside the body of the slain reporter Von Frnntzius wns identified as the seller of the weapon Police said he told of sell ing the gun with four others to Frank Foster MoranZutaAiello hoodlum who has been identified as the man who dashed from the sub way under Michigan avenue wher Lingle was slain eluded a police I man and escaped Attempt at Murder of Egyptian Premier With Ax Is Nipped on Trai While Gladys ODonnell of Long Beach Cal was speeding toward the airport to win the women s Pa cific class A derby from her own home town J H Livingston of Aurora 111 was winningIlls lourth conlest of the meet sharinghonors the mens dead stick landing event with Freddie Lund of Troy Further to entertain the specta tors while they waited for JVIisa ODonnell to win the womens der v and for Jolui Blum of Scuttle to vin the mens derby from his home town Art Chester of Jolict Ill throttled his Travolnir K up to first place in the 25 mile civilians close 1 nurse event and Capt I rank lawks C S Casey Jones Jimniy ami other famous pilots were clipping the pylons close in Uie civilians free for all Kenneth Canof Detroit entered in the national air races as from YnsiliuiLi Mich suffered a possible fracture of thc skull today when a rlidcr in which lie was giving a demonstration nose dived and crashed Flying at a spend averaging 100A miles an hour Charles S Speed Holman of Minneapolis won the 0 mile civilian free for all race He w a Laird biplane B O Howard Louis finished second Krrett illiams Patterson La third 1liiui Leads Western IJerliy MILWAUKEE Aug 25 olm Blum led the SeattleChicago erbyists into Milwaukee from el A aul Minn today making the ieht in 2OS2r Four other flyers Flowed at short intervals The last Turn to TUKC B Column 3 NEW YORK oils at new lows Bonds Irregular Peruvian ndn at new lows Utilities sag after early firmness Foreign exchanges Irregular Sterling easier easier spot mar ket e Lower diappointing Brazilian markets CHICAGO Wheat Easy increased vlsihl 31comLowcr larger Argentin to lower XCCBSCS w ivo i olitical disappointment which the Vrabs attributed to the parties oncerned in the mandate and pri marily to the British government The Palestine commission found hat the British government has itself unable to prnie the essential for develop ment of a Jewish national home namely security for persona anc property The Palestine commission ex press approval of Great intention of keeping Jewish immi gration proportionate to the coun trys capacity for economic absorp tion CAIRO Egypt Aug 215 T What was believed by nuthoriti to be an attempt to assassinate t Egyptian premier Sulky Pasha w frustrated today A Berbcrine dres cd as a waiter and armed witlt very sharp ax was discovered the corridor of a train outside t compartment in which the pren was traveling from Alexander Cairo and was arrested Judge B F Cummings of Marslialltown Is Dead MARSHALLTOWN Aug 2j Tl F Cuminings CO who resigned last spring as judge of the seven teenth judicial district court died today following an illness of two weeks His widow and a daughter survive IOWA WEATHER Fair untl slightly warmer In south nntnil pnrtUm Monday night Tuesday partly cloudy LOCAL STATISTICS weal her figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Monday morning Miiximuni Sunday Minimum in Niilit At H A M Monday Figures for like period ending at 8 oclock Sunday morning Maximum Saturday Minimum in Niijlit Sundays maximum was the mgh eil recorded since the afternoon of irA lllce temperature per iiaps even a little higher scorned in rospcct Monday when by 10 oclock he mercury had approached the 7D mark Dies In Ottumwa OTTUMWA Aug 25 Fu the Civil war who died Friday New Polish Cabinet Formed by Pilsudski Poland Aug 21 Marshal Joseph Pilsmlski formei a new Polish cnbinet todav whict MoscicUi   

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