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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 10, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home HARLON E R IS MEM ART QF MO 1NES 1 A THE NEWSPAPER THA I MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIC1HBOKS HOME EDITION VOL XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 10 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 288 nontl tslda nont htereJ Vif rock spo otatioi read w ight nns 1 leaded You are You he maci lie skysi You nd the ben You Eian anj Tine wb More Probes Are Planned Detective Agencies to Be Next Thinks Stewart By CHARLES P STEWART ARGENTINA LEADERS HELD pns oft Thd m rf IhJ ha tally d g I lists Pa FricX he slump Lg steel i 1 Hund rpm pesu In fiv kn will TherJ lats ThJ FrWhel legst And w v u fcoiithim Sept 10 CPA detec tive agencies and their customers are threatened with a drastic overhauling when gress meets next winter or if there is not time for a thoro in quiry before ad journment early in March then soon after the s e v e n tysecond congress assem blies Senator Burton K Wheeler has been urging such a probe1 for sev eral years Standpat lawmakers have op posed it hitherto Probably their at titude would have been friendlier had they believed that the Montana senator sought only to fix responsi bility for the attempt during hisat tack on justice department abuses under Attorney General Harry M Daugherty to frame him upon crim inal charges with perjured testi no right minded conserv ative approved that any more than it was approved by Wheelers fellow radicals What did make the stand patters balky was their suspicion that Wheeler meant to offer evi dence indicating certain big indus tries widespread employment of privatelyhired sleuths against la bors interests This was a con troversy they did not want started TTOWEVER no group is quicker than the senatorial group to re tent espionage when there are sighs that the senators themselves are being spied on A remarkable solidarity exists among senators SenatoiWheeler found plenty of supporters among his legislative brethren even those who disagreed with him utterly oh political him Maurice Cahill Cedar Rapids Heads Legion ft wnetl ecomes j f To Lto lose1 Iripples j This tid of it RISE Thera jth Tutn Jo 4 Column efmitely cat auj d a fores i ear and ow the i spanded LINGLEUSPECT WILL SURRENDER Red Forsythe Identified as Killer Asks Four Conditions absolut 1 to play ing to ir Casso cle for v ITTLE the Ca on ooms in jrnia 36 ground a unbeliey ar fordes of r j But wi boms for tinct whel trating it vay These i Lgea whic loyment jortunities ies new ireater pr Every sher bi jo develop Numbered asting to Comm irt Th mightiest ines a little di CHICAGO Sept 10 James Red Forsythe whose photograph has been tentatively identified as that of the man who slew Jake Lin gle Tribune reporter June 9 has opened negotiations with the states attorneys office for his surrender Forsythe speaking thru an at torney laid down four conditions under which he would give himself up He must have assurance he will not he mauled by police in an ef fort to force a confession from him he must be interviewed only in the presence of his attorney he must be either booked for murder or given his freedom and a clear bill of health within 24 hours and he must not be turned over to Judge John H Lyle who a year ago sentenced him to a year in jail for gun toting a sentence Forsythe never served The states attorney has not agreed to accept Forsythes terms but had taken steps to accomplish his arrest independently Thomas McBride 83 Dies SALEM Ore Sept 10 Thomas A McBride associated jus tice of the Oregon supreme court died last night after an illness of about two weeks He was 83 years old Death was attributed to cere bral embolism 1931 CONVENTION OF SERVICE MEN AT DAVENPORT Mason City and Lawler Community Service Wins Citation OIOUX CITY Sept 10 thousand Iowa Legionnaires con cluded a threeday convention today with election of the followingoffi Maurlce Cahill Cedar Rapids commander Charles S McKins try Waterloo vice comman der William Demlng Esther ville vice commander WUllam Rathke Glenwood vice com mander R J Laird Algona adjutant David Lynch OeUvein finance officer Dr J A Nye Idn Grove historian Dr R C Danley Hamburg sergeantal arms and the Rev Edward Smith Cherokee chaplain Eleven resolutions recommended and presented by the resolutions committee were adopted by the Le gion MacNlder Choice Gets O K Approval of the appointment of Hanford MacNider as minister to Canada conservation of state parks and wild life approval of the com pulsory military trainingat state educational colleges and adoption of the bear ersiri a uniformed body he earned with that tody in out standing among the resolutions Harry Greene of Avoca presented an amendment to the military train ing resolution providing that no change be majie in the present re quirements ior military training at the University of Iowa and Iowa State college at Ames Claude Stan ley Corning chairman of thereso lutions committee submitted the re port Governor John Hammill spoke briefly calling attention to the fact that the people of the United States Will Rogers CAMP RICHARDSON Cal Sept holds the first election every year They hold it for the reason there is an o 1 d saying As goes Maine so goes the country Well they held It a couple oJ d P y s ago and nobodyhas been interested enough in it to a a k how it jw e n t Nobody voted only the candidates that was running People aint any more interested in politics than they are in long underwear Both sides have lied to em so often that we dont look on eith er candidate with admiration or With hate We just pity em Yours WILL ROGERS WHEN HOOVER GREETED FRENCH FLYERS BLEASE FAILS IN S C RANSDELL TO LONG President Hoover la shown bestowing the nations official honors upon dipt IMeudonnc Coste and Ueut Maurice BeJlontc the two French flyers who made the first nnnstop flight from Europe to the United States The greatest air heroes of the country participated In ihe ceremonies at Washington Photo shows left to right Julius Henry charge daffaires French embassy Col Charles A Llndberjrh Secretary of Labor James J Davis Coste Vice President Charles Curtis President Hoover C M Young assistant secretaryof commerce for aviation Bellonte Gen John J Pershlng F Truheo Davlson assistant secretary of war for nviation Rear Admlrnl Richard B Byrd and Capt Eddlo Rickcn backer Chinese Offensive Is Begun JEotfeeris Sure of Republican Choice in Michigan WASHINGTON Sept 10 The apparent defeat of Senator Coleman L Blease in South Carolina and the elimmation in Louisiana of Senator Joseph E Ransdell stood out A JUJRS S 1V1 of pij day I turned on ttlme and I If pr Itell me S inebriety L Mrs B AUNT H E T By Robert Quillen No girl with half Sense needs to tlini life without a husband if shell pick out a middleaged widower an hang around him a little still know what exact justice is and reminding the Legionnaires that the deepest concern of the Ameri can citizens should be in the main tenance of a righteous character Hammill for Military Drill Commenting on the action of the convention favoring a continued pol icy of compulsory military training at the University of Iowa and the Tern to Fnpe 4 Column PLAPlERALS OF GAS VICTIMS North Dakota Farmer and 4 Children Die of Silo Fumes HEBRON N Dak Sept 10 T arrangements were beinjr made today for Tony r Neidhardt Hebron farmer and his four chil dren who met death from poisonous fumes generated in refuse at the bottom of a silo Two sons and two daughters of Neidhardt died in a heroic attempt to save their father from the dead ly fumes of methane gas George 24 years old was taken unconscious from the silo hut died Tuesday despite eforts of physicians to save hin life Fred 20 Margaret 20 and Freda 18 and their father 50 years old were drowned in tfie brine of the silo pit after being overcome by the gas The bodies were recovered by a cousin John Neidhardt A R Balke town marshal near ly lost his life in an attempted res cue of the victims and was saved after he had collapsed in the silo by his son years old who entered the death pit twice to tie a rope around his fathers uncon scious form A group outside then drewBalke to safety No inqitest will beheld the cor oner said as the deaths were obvi ously caused by methane or marsh gas generated in cornstalks The gases were released when Neidhardt stirred the refuse as he was clean ing out the pit Hig two sons entered the pit to save their father as Neidhardt col lapsed and tho two daughters met the same fate in attempting to save tho three His widow and two daughters survive Neidhardt today from results f primaries held y e s t e r day i n eight states While the two democrats went under the first to James F Byrnes former r e presentatives and tho latter to Gov Huey P Long Senator James Couzens red sure of re nomination in Michigan Byrnes and Longi by their democratic nom inations were assured election in November Long Is Victorious New Hampshire and Colorado also chose senatorial candidates South Carolina Michigan Vermont Arizona New Hampshire and Colo rado nominated gubernatorial can didates while Washingtons pri mary determined only party choices for the house of representatives As shown by the latest available returns ttie results by states were South Carolina For senator democratic James F Byrnes de feated Cole L Blease For governor democratic Ibra C Blackwood leading OlliiD Johnston by narrow margin Louisiana For senator demo Huey P Long defeated Jo seph B Ransdell Shnw Ahead in West Michigan For senator republi can Senator James Couzens lead ing former Gov Chase S Osborn by substantial majority For governor republican Wilber M Brucker at torney general well ahead of Alex J Groesbeck and Judge Edward J Jeffries Colorado For senator republi can George H Shaw former chair man of states republican commit Turn to 1nKfi 1 Column Hoxsey Wins Right to Use Own Lawyer State Ready to Block Move to Separate Defendants MUSCATINE spt 10 Harry M Hoxsey one of five de fendants the state suit seeks to re strain from operating the Baker Institute without licenses to prac tice medicine today won the right to be represented by separate coun sel Shortly after court openedfor the third day of the hearing H H Bartlett local atttrney announced his appearancefor Hoxsey After Judge C L Ely granted Bartlett the right to nnter the case attorney for Norman Baker owner of the institute said they pro posed to askthe court to separate Hoxsey from the other defendants Assistant r Attorney General Gerald Blake state prosecutor indicated he would oppose the motion John Wiemerslage oC Albin one of the witnesses this morning told of receiving treatment from Hoxsey and Charles Gearing another de fendant Ely Grimm of Van Home and his son Marvin told of treatment giv en their wife and mother who died at the institute while John A Irwin of Maquoketa a farmer told that a Dr Statler of the institute staff had diagnosed his case on ring worm but that Hoxsey later tolc him Statler had made a mistake andthat Invin was suffering from cancer After paying for what he called a doubletreatment Irwin said he went to the University of Iowa and was cured of ringworm IlKEDfiY New Course Offered at Iowa State for Coaches AMES Sept new major in physical education in combin ation with any other major in the division of industrial science will be offered this fallfor the first time at Iowa State college has been announced by T N Metcalf pro fessor and head of physical educa tion and director of athletics The major is being offered to meet the demand for high school instructors who can teach one of the sciences and handle coaching and physical education at the same time says Professor Metcalf A Markets at a Glance SEPT NEW YORK merchandise utility Issues favored convertibles im prove utilities active and higher Foreign Exchanges Irregular Canadian makes further advance lower spot market European selling CHICAGO better export de mand favorabl weekly report to higher Americas gignntio war debt o hns been reduce by more than onethird In 11 year City Press 45 Suffers Compound Skull Fracture in Accident DECORAH Sept10 Loifts teen 45 Cresco died shortly after ailing from the of a filling tation building which he was mov ng across the road near Ridgeway ato yesterday afternoon Mn Steen suffered a compound racture of the skull and died be ore he could be taken to a hospi al An inquest is scheduled for to ay Mr Steen is survived by his ifo and ono daughter Funeral arrangements have not een announced D ERU REPORTS GROW RELEASE American Was Accused of Intending to Bomb Arequipa WASHINGTON Sept 10 rho State Department wan in ormed officially today that Harold 3 Grow an American naval reserve aviator who was imprisoned by the Peruvian Military JuntaJhas 3een released Fred M Bearing American am bassador to Peru cabled that Grow was expected to reach Lima tomor ow from AreqUipa aboard the steamer Rinac Grow who headed the Peruvian air forces under for mer President Augusto B Leguia bad been charged by the new gov ernment with intention of bomb ing the city of Arequjpa Dearlngalso informed the de partment Charles Sutton an Amer ican irrigation engineer employee by the former government return ed to his home yesterday He sals Harold B Gildred likewise held prisoner also had been released fire Destroys Chinese Homes in Borneo Cit BATIV1A Java Sepl 10 Fire today destroyed the entir Chinese quarter at Pontianak Bor neo Many shops were burned to the ground Damage was estimated at 4000000 guilders about 000 Nationalists Send 400000 Against Reds Troops Go to Attack Armies in West and North SHANGHAI Sept 10 undrcd thousand government roops began a vast offensive today o drive northern alliance rebels out f Honan province Nationalist military dispatches tated 40 divisions were advancing award Chengchow over railroads ast and south of the insurgent base ity Independent advices reported housands oE nationalist soldiers vere moving westward over the laichowTungkwan railroad from Suchow Kiangsu province having jeen withdrawn from Shantung bat lefiekis They were hampered in heir advance westward of Kweiteh n Honan by foods which crippled he railroad Large bodies of nationalist troops ilso moved northward along the DeipingHankow railway but were nt least 100 miles south of Cheng chow Nationalist soldiery in eastern Honan indulged in much lawless ness They occupied many villages forcing peasants to evacuate homes and live in the open Uriburu Is Anxious for CoOperation Expects to Be Active in PanAmerican Union Copyright 1930 all rights reserved by the Associated Press BUENOS AIRESSept 10 President General Jose Evaristo Uriburu told the Associated Press today that close cooperation with the United States and active partic ipation in activities of the pan Am erican union were to be keynote of his administrtion in the Argen tine Stressing especially his desire for riendly intercourse With the Uni ed States General Uriburu de lared I desire my government to stablish friendly and mutually ad vantageous relations with the Uni ed States arid shall name an am lassador to Washington the instant the United States recognizes the new Argentine government Everything to Gain Touching upon the long vacancy n the Argentine embassy at Wash ington General Uriburu said Both nations have everything to gain thru diplomatic economic and com mercial cooperation and much to lose thru political aloofness in matters in which the best Interests of both are involved He declared Chat otiier American republicans could depend upon Ar HEAVY GUARD IS KEEPING ORDER IN BUENOS AIRES Censorship Is Imposed on All Messages Abroad gentmas wholehearted tion in the program ot particija the pan American union but that this gov ernment could not say immediately whether it would be found desirable to resume participation in the league of nations To Start Task The new government he said has set itself to the task of ex haustive study of the entire ques tion of league membership but in the past Argentines inability to see eye to eye with the terms of the treaty of Versailles has been the basis on nonparticipation in the affairs of tho league General Uriburu disclaimed an aspiration to a political career 1 am a military man and a patriot he said have never been a poli tician and I do not intend to start now After three days in this office I am wondering what there is to public office that makes politicians strive to gain it He declared his government has a single aim to reform the coun trys political structure taking power from the hands of the ele ments which have dominated the nation will be sought for the pro visional government BUENOS AIRES Argentina Sept 10 Perez Colman minister of finance in the Irigoyen cabinet General Moscini former di rector of oil fields General Baldrlch and a number of deputies nupport ing the Irigoyen regime were under arrest today by the provisional government of General Uriburu The new government of the Argentine today adopted the most severe measures to prevent reprisals and counterrevolutionary tactics by friends ofthe ousted administra tion of the resigned president Ipol ito Irigoyen Rule by martial law was tight ened Heavy guards were main tained over the city troops moved thru the streets and fighting planes maneuvered overhead Arms Are Missing A censorship more rigid than has leeri known heretofore was imposed The chief oE the Argentine press advised all foreign cor rspondents that no messages could 3e sent out of the country which had not been approved by author ized censors The prohibition ap plied alike to cable telegraphand telephone The correspondents vyere told that anyone violating the oifder would Jje expelled No sages were accepted The government appeared greatly concerned because quantities of arms were taken from city arsenals1 during the fighting Monday night Irigoyen Is 111 Two military edicts were issued prescribing trial by court martial for anyone found in possession of arms after 6 oclock p m yester day for anyone failing to return within 12 hours any arms belonging to the government Reports that Irigoyen had been placed aboard the warship Eeel grano to be taken to an unan nounced destination were discred ited this morning when it became known that he is still a prisoner in the barracks at La Plata He was said to be in very delicate health Pellegrini Is Head Many persons connected with the deposed administration have been arrested Among the vlatest to be taken Into custody are the former interventor of Mendoza province Orzani and the personnel of his ad Tiim to i 4 Oltimn British Marines Landed to Guard Santo Domingo SANTO DOMINGO Sept10 UP marines and the medical unit of the British cruiser Danae were landed lorlay to assist Domini can authorities The marines will re lieve Dominican troops on guard in the city since the hurricane OTTUMWA BANK LOSES Bandit Quintet Is Reported Seen After Robbery at Brooklyn OTTUMWA Sept 10 in the robbery of the Ottumwa Savings bank yesterday was more than officials said today after a recheck of their records The bank was robbed by five un masked men who forced one em ploye to open the safe after order ing several other employes and cus tomers to lie on the floor The loiis in cash was of ficials said nnd the rest was in bonds and collateral securities Au ditors for the state banking depart ment are now working on the books and expect to have the exact loss computed soon The search for the bandits was centered today at Brooklyn about 75 miles north of here where the bandits were reported seen late yes terday Sheriff Ralph N Baker ant several autos filled with deputies left early todny to scour the coun try near Brooklyn Rewards for the capture and con viction nf thn bandits now total jl including 5500 offered by the city of Ottumwa PALO ALTO 1930 FAIR IS STARTED Livestock Entries Exceed Previous Records as Ex position Begins EMMETSBURG Sept Palo Alto county fair got off to a good start here Tuesday Exhibits iu numbers larger than usual were entered Livestock entries are threetimes greater than ever be fore Entries have closed and judg ing started Wednesday morning Only a few hundred people at tended the first performances of the rodeo Two cars of fresh range stock are expected to arrive Wed nesday and will probably put more ptp into the rodeo show There were no fireworks Tuesday evening Stands on the midway were doing a flourishing business in spite o the small first night crowd A livestock parade in the after noon and fireworks in the evening will be additional features Wednes day The local Rotary club will en tertain the calf club boys at wiener roast on the lake shore Wednesday evening New Jersey Bank Robbed of Men Masked PATERSON N J Sept 10 tasked holdup men entered the Merchants Trust Company shortly1 fter the bank was opened for bust ess today and made off with 00 Bank clerks were herded Into i vault while the robbery was cont mitted Man Killed When Car Smashes Into Train DULUTH Minn Sept 30 One unidentified man was instantl killed and another seriously injure nt 9 am when the automo bile in which they were riding crashed headon into a Duluth Win nipcg and Pacific railroad passen Rfr train at a crossing on the Mille tiunk highway 20 miles north o Duluth The Indian head on the penny seems appropriate enough when you reflect that Indiana own the oil wells and a penny isnt good for anything except gasoline dar Rapids Gazette IOWA WEATHER Partly cloudy or cloudy Wed nesday night and Thursday Possibly Rhoivers In extremis south portion Slightly warmer night in cast cen tral portion LOCAL STATISTICS Weather figures for 24hour period ending at 8 oclock Wednes day morning Maximum RR Minimum in Night 51 At 8 A M Wednesday K2   

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