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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 12, 1930, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Edited for the Home CO HP HAftLON H I S HEM ART OEPT or towA S Up IN ES A THE NEWSPAPER THAI1 MAKES ALL NORTH 1OWANS NEIGHBORS HOME ITION VOL XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 12 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 290 Tempos9 All in Danger Trade Building Not Worse Than Rest Is Claim By CHARLES P STEWART ASHINGTON Sept 12 CPA the fed eral trade com missions tem po turned re The tempor ary buildings slapped up by the government to shelter the al most overnight increase of two or threa hun dred per cent in Uncle S a ms staff of workers in the capital immediately fol lowing Ameri cas entry into the World war all are known in Washington as temr When the federal trade commis sions tempo burned it began to be gossiped that someone must have set it on fire to destroy evidence al ready gathered by the commission against trusts it has been investi gating lytTTTHOUT prejudice to the the W ory that a certain amount of records were lost to the decided satisfaction in all probability of various folk to whose commercial activities they related the only won der is that every tempo in the Dis trict of Columbia has not been wiped out by conflagration long F How a tempo burns may be judged from the fact that altho this one of the federal trade com missions was only two stories high more than 20 firemen were injured trying to fight the flames which consumed it That Is to say a tempo burns at Buch a rate that alert and active Tnra to Column WHEELER BECOMES p i WET Natural Gas to Reach Mason City by Christmas PASTOR READY TO MAKE FIGHT To Oppose Charges Intended to Oust Him From Church COUNCIL BLUFFS Sept 12 The Rev C D Cottingham pas tor of the Methodist church ofGar den Grove today was preparing to fight charges thru which his dis missal from the ministry is sought The charges were to be heard by a special board appointed by Bishop Frederick Lette of Omaha from among delegats to the Des Moines conference of the Methodist church now in session here The board is headed by the Rev Jay Kirkendall of Shenandoah and the Rev E L Stone of Charitort will act for the Rev Mr Cottingham Removal of Mr Cottingham was asked on the charge that he struck a member of his board of trustees W D Smith in the eye during a fist fight at Garden City last week He pleaded guilty when accused of assault and battery in court and was fined 5 COOPERATION NEEDED TO GET RIGHTOFWAY Farmers Will Get Use of Fuel If Lines Cross Land THE Missouri Valley Gas com pany in which the United Light and Power company is a dominant factor is planning to put natural gas into Mason City by Christmas This annoupncement was made Friday by R J Organ and Rex Fowler attorneys for the company who were inMason City to confer with Frank J Hanlon president of the Peoples Gas and Electriccom pany over the project The attorneys who are chiefly concerned over the arrangements for rightofway for the 200 miles of pipeline to be built by the com pany in Iowa stated the line from Texas had been completed as far as Council Bluffs They had with them maps showing projected route thru Iowa as recently rear ranged To Cross Clear Lake A 24 inch pipe will run from Plattsmouth Nebr where the line crosses the Missouri river in a northeasterly direction to Ogden 1IH nn 11 I Will Rogers CAMP RICHARDSON Cal Sept fine old fellow about 73 years old Luke Cos grove who is working here with us after reading G o v ernor Roosevelt of New Yorks statement o n prohibition i n the paper Thursday morn ling said to me Will Governor Roosevelt says he wants to bring back li quor but not the old time saloons Why that was the only thing about the whole business that was worth having Roose velt has got it just backwards We want to bring back the old time saloon with 5cent beer and outlaw the liquor Yours WILL ROGERS British Gunboat Sent to Remove Foreigners HANKOW Sept 12 Red forces today occupied Siangtan im portant Hunanese city 35 miles south of Changsha The British gunboat Tern left Changsha for the occupied city hoping to evacuate foreign mis sionaries stranded there The reds established a soviet gov ernment at Siangtan There have been no reports of disorders thus far Boone county From there the line will be a 20 inch pipe to Mason City The pipe will run approxi mately straight north from Ogden to a point parallel with Fort Dodge and from there it will again take the northeasterly direction to Clear Lake crossing the lake on the grade at Ventura and then east to Mason City In order to hasten the construc tion of this line and to have it reach Mason City by Christmas it was decided this week to start two con struction gangs at Ogden one working southwest building the 24 inch line and the other working north and northeast with the 20 inch line Besides this there is a crew at work at Pacific Junction where the line enters the state Whether the line can be laid in the time planned will depend on the cooperation given by commun ities enroute and particularly by the farmers on whose land right ofway is sought it was explained As no right of eminent domain can be obtained in Iowa so the land can be condemned itis necessary to purchase the rightofway thru the state the attorneys pointed out Gives Him Advantage We feel however that this agreement we sign with the farm er is one of every advantage to him said Mr Organ We take nothing from him and we give him something that will enhance the value of his property The attorneys explained that in the agreement with the farmer the company will agree to build a tap on the pipeline on each farm and install a meter so the farmer have the advantages of natural gas on his place at the same rate paid at the nearest community using it Besides paying a nominal amount to the farmer for going thru the land the company agrees to put up fences that may have been taken down and to leave everything in the condition in which it was found In ARGENTINA WILL KEEP PRESIDENT UNDER ITS RULE ister Denies Reports of Landing Him at Montevideo BUENOS AIRES Argentina Sept 12 UP Sanchez Soronda min MAN KILLED BY ENGINE BURIED NOT IDENTIFIED Fingerprints Are Made of Victim Run Over by Train body of an unidentified man who was instantly killed Thurs day afternoon when tye was run over by a train south of Mason City was buried in Elmwood cemetery at 10 oclock Friday morning Finger prints were made of the dead mau in an effort to establish his identi ty Southbound passenger train No 2 on the Minneapolis and St Louis railroad ran into the man three and onehalf miles south ofMason City near Cameron Thursday afternoon The train passed over his body sev ering it at the waist Members of the crew stated the man appeared to step directly in front of the train The crew has been asked by Dr W E Long cor oner to make sworn statements concerning thd accident Near Section Gang Tho passenger train stopped and the body was left incharge of the foreman of a section gang which waaiworkingjjiii the vicinity of tap reached Rockwell nEwSsof the accidentwas wired to Mason City Dr Long was notified of the acci dent by the foreman of the section crew He went to the scene of the accident but was unable to establish the mans identity A deposit book on a Chicago bank HEADS LEAGUE FrancoItalian Tonnage Agreement Is Predicted Long Naval Is Seen as Solution By Many djsocfated Press Phvto Nicholas Titulescu of Ru maniawas elected president of league of nations assembly at Geneva Switzerland ister of the interior today informed the Associated Press that former President Irtgoyen is under arrest on board the cruiser Belgrano and has not been permitted to leave Ar gentina jurisdiction The interior minister interviewed by the correspondent denied reports that Irigoyen would be transferred to a steamer from the Belgrano or landed at Montevideo The minister said the cruiser is still in Argentine water about two hours from La Plata awaiting or ders He went aboard the cruiser at La Plata yesterday shortly before noon Since his fall from power he had re mained in the seventh infantry bar racks there STATE OF IOWA RESTS ITS CASE AGAINST BAKER was found on the mans person The name was obliterated since the book was in a pocket near where the train passed over him The last de posit Dr Long discovered was made three years ago A pocket Turn to rase 4 Column V AUNT MET By Robert Quillen Of course the best folks ought to have the most chil dren but you cant tell which families really is best until you see whether their is rotten Turn to 4 Column HUGE CROWDS AT BUFFALO CENTER Annual Celebration Draws RecordBreaking At tendance BUFFALO CENTER Sept One of the largest crowds ever to attend a Buffalo day celebration here was in evidence yesterday when the annual buffalo sandwiches were distributed bv local businessmen An allday program of sports and entertainment was provided by the businessmen and visitors were at tracted to the event from all parts of Wmnebago and surrounding counties Senator George Patterson Burt was the main speaker of the day The evening was completed with a dance Concession stands were crowded thrucut the day and were still doing a flourishing business long after 12 oclock FLYERS WILL GO ONTOUR MONDAY Coste and Bellonte to Fly Over 100 Cities in 30 States NEW YORK Sept 12 Dieudonne Coste and Maurice Bel lonteFrench transAtlantic flyers will start Monday upon a 15000 mile goodwill tour across the country during which they will fly over 100 cities in 30 states Their itinerary will take them up New England to Boston thence westward across the northern part of the country to Seattle down the Pacific coast and eastward over a southern route The trip will require 25 days Stops will be made in 29 of the larger cities overnight or for lunch Negro Is Executed for White Womans Death HUNTSVILLE Texan Sept 12 Lee Washington Negro was executed at the state peniten tiary here at a m today for the murder of a white woman Luz Aroos Mexican sentenced to die in the electric chair early today was granted a weeks stay by governor Dan Moody nt Was Paralyzed by Clinic Medicine BAGDAD RIOTS 12 ARE KILLED New AngloIrak Treaty Thot to Be Cause of Kurds Dissatisfaction BAGDAD Irak Sept 12 Dissatisfaction of Kurds with the New AngloIrak treaty led yester day to rioting outside the govern ment offices at Sulaimani in which 13 persons were killed and 35 in jured Kurds armed with revolvers dag gers and sticks blockaded the gov ernment offices and attacked police and soldiers called to drive them away The dead included one Irak soldier The Kurds haye been prominent in the opposition to the new treaty ever since itwas negotiated last August Last month they refused to vote at a general election as a re sult of the dissatisfaction Great Britpin exercises a mandate over Irak which is supposed to end with acceptance of the country as a member of the league of nations Citizens of the country claim that the treaty does not afford Irak a sufficient degree of independence Plymouth School Children Conduct Zinnia Exhibits PLYMOUTH Sept 12 The children of the grades enjoyed a zin nia flower exhibit at the school Tuesday aftcrniin Page Reynolds received first prize of 51 and Vern Dvorak received second prize of 50 cents Markets at a Glance NEW YORK farm imple ment issues sold U S govern ments improved American Cyan amid E touches new low Foreign Scan dinavians sag better spot situ ation Brazilian sup port CHICAGO bearish foreign re porta favorable crop ad vicca to higher MUSCATINE Sept 12 state of Iowa rested its case against Norman Baker Harry Hox sey and three of their associates in the Baker institute which it seeks to restrain from further oper ation after bearing testimony by the two principal defendants today Attorneys for the defense asked for a recess to prepare their mo tions but did not indicate what their nature would be Harry Hoxsey taking the stand today to testify against his former coworker de clared he had seen Baker give med icine to a man named Webb Had Trouble at Institute The patient Hoxsey said had had some trouble at the Baker institute and was in a local rooming house when Hoxsey and Baker visited him Hoxsey said Baker poured out a dose of medicinefor Webb and gave him a bottle of it Baker said ac cording to Hoxseys testimony that he wanted to show Webb his spirit of humanity by giving him the medicine free in return for the trouble he had with it On another occasion Hoxsey said Baker personally weakened the medicine which had been used for injections into the hand of a man named Schmitt whose hand had becomanumb as a result of the first treatment Told to Watch Hoxsey said Baker told him to watch closelyand see if any more of them are paralyzed Baker then was placed on the stand by the state to establish the ownership and publication of a magazine called TNT Baker dis claimed any responsibility for ad vertisements in the magazine called Cancer Is Curable or stories about cures He said he did not edit the magazine or write any articles Ifor it altho his name appeared as edi tor and business manager Motions for dismissal of the state action filed separately by attor neys for Hoxseyand Baker yester day were to be argued before Judge C L Ely after the noon recess New Filling Station Started in Sheffield SHEFFIELD Sept has started on the filling station which is being built by the MidCon tinent Petroleum company on tha corner north of the hotel The foun dation for the building his been put in and the workmen are now wait ing for material to finish the struc ture which will be built of Sheffield brick GENEVA Sept 12 ment of FrancoItalian naval ton nage difficulties at least by a long naval holiday was predicted by per sons in authority at the league of nations assembly today It was said today that the ab sence of the Italian Foreign Min ister Grandi who took his departure suddenly on Wednesday had some thing to do with bartering over the Tunis and Tripolitan questions thnt have been engaging attention here It was understood on good au thority that some sort of definite offer had been made hy either France or Italy and that a definite reply could be expected shortly Holiday Is Solution That a long naval holiday may je the accepted solution was the opinion put forth by persons in close touch with both delegations in the league assembly The league council today decidec the last remaining dfiense force o French and Belgian troops shouh be withdrawn from the Saar dlstric within the next three months The contention of France ha been that a force of 250 men was necessary to guarantee security o railway transportation in the Saa district When the Saar commissio agreed to guarantee the securlt of the railwaya Aristide Brland yielded to German requests Henderson Pica Backed BERLIN Sept 12 en ergetic plea for disarmament made before the assembly of the league of rations by British Foreign Sec retary Arthur Henderson yesterday has found hearty Indorsement in German official circles and the press CRISIS IN PANAMA CALLS DRY LAW FAILURE WANTS STATE CONTROL Montana Senator Does Not Favor Return of Old Saloon IKES AND VETS JOIN IN PICNIC Rice Lake Outing Club to Be Scene of Annual Gathering Sunday LAKE MILLS Sept Izaak Walton league members and American Legionnaires will as semble at the Rice Lake outing club in force Sunday afternoon for their big annual picnic The state park nearby will provide quarters for ihe overflow crowd anticipated accord ing to Archie Nelson Lake Mills lawyer one of the committeemen in charge of arrangements Senators O E Gunderson of Forest City and George Patterson of Burt and Representatives S R Torgeaon of Joice and H N Hanson of Leland will be present for parts on the speaking program Announce ment of the principal speaker had not been made Friday morning A baseball game between Lake Mills and Emmons Minn ancient diamond rivals will be played dur ing the afternoon ana there will be golf for those arriving in the fore noon A newly overhaule cuiinet is expected to avert a political crisis in the government of the Republic of Panama President Florencio H Arosemeno ahove has sworn In three new min isters to replace a trio that re signed Senator Robinson Gets Arkansas Indorsement HOT SPRINGS Ark Sept 12 Joe T Robinson was endorsed unanimously by the state democratic convention here today for the democratic nomination for president in 1032 Estherville News to Become Daily Paper New Building Erected ESTHERVILLE Sept therville is to have a daily newspa per beginning Oct 1 Announce ment was made of the new daily today by Decmer Lee editor of the Estherville News The News he stated will be housed in a new building which is now nearing com pletion A new Duplex press has arrived and is ready for installation The Associated Press full wire service will be used in the new daily Mr Lee stated The news will reach the Estherville office thru the medium of electric printers The Estherville News was pur chased by Mr Lee three years ago A year and a half ago he purchased a new press and published an eight column paper instead of a six col umn sheet Mr Lee who is the son of Judge and Mrs Nels J Lee has been one of the outstanding weekly editors of north Iowa in spite of his youth He is a graduate of the University of Chicago and was employed by the Chicago Tribune before purchasing the News The staff of the News will be increased considerably 15000 ATTEND PALO ALTO FAIR Vote Favors Purchase of Fairgrounds Rodeo Is Providing Thrills EMMETSBURG Sept tendance for the three days of the Palo Alto county fair using a free gate system was estimated last night at something more than 15000 persona This is the largest attendance the fair has ever had it is believed A vote is being taken at the fair grounds on the proposal that the grounds be made the permanent property of the fair association Thus far the vote has been five to one in favor of the proposition The grounds are now owned privately and are rented each year for the exposition The Adams company rodeo is providing thrills for the crowds with their demonstrations of the gentle nrt of bulldogging broncho riding and fancy shooting Bud Mer rill one of the performers received a broken collar bone yesterday while subduing a long horn steer and is in a local hospital Pat Griffen one of the perform ers with the show is a former Palo Alto county man and was born near Emmetsburg 18 Flyers Arrive at Davenport on Their Air Tour of Nation DAVENPORT Sept 12 18 planes participating in the sixth annual national air tour arrived at Cram field here at headed by John Livingston piloting a Waco The ships were to take off at 2 p m for Wausau after tak ing dinner at the local hangar WASHINGTONSept 12 Senator Burton K Wheeler Montana democrat ranked among the drys in congress issued a state ment today saying he had come to the opinion that national prohibi tion is a failure and that each state should be left to regulate the liquor traffic as a ma jority of its citi zena deem advis able His statement follows I voted for prohi b i t i o n in Montana because felt that the Id saloon was a I urse to the American people and I wanted to do away with it In the old days the breweries in BURTON many instances owned the fixtures Lhe buildings and the license and in many Instances controlled local politics I am no more in favor of the saloon no more in favor of the sale of liquor today than I was before but under prohibition you have in many cities more diyea land easies where they are openly selling rotten whisky than you had in the old days Today in many communi ties the bootlegger is becoming a greater political power and has more influence than the old time saloon keeper as evidenced by the fact that he is able to reach many of our higher officials He is gen erally a much lower type of citizen He has had a frightful corrupting influence upon our social moral and political life In view of the fact that this ad ministration and the previous ad ministrations have apparently been helpless in stamping out the evil I am reluctantly forced to the opinion that national prohibition is a failure and that each state should be left to regulate the liquor traffic as a ma jority of its citizens deem advis able Law Not Mentioned COLUMBUS Ohio Sept 12 Without the semblance of a fight over the prohibition question the republican state platform conven tion today adopted the platform submitted by its resolutions com mittee The platform did not men tion specifically the liquor question but called for enforcement of all laws Several prominent republicans threatened to take the prohibition question to the floor of the conven tion when the resolutions committee refused to incorporate any mention of it in the platform However when the committee presented its report to the conven tion no one offered protest and the platform was adopted without a roll call Then the convention adjourned Prominent Iowa Attorney Dies LE MARS Sept 12 M Zink pioneer resident of Le Mars and widely known attorney of northwestern Iowa died Thursday Mr Zink ha practiced law here years IOWA WEATHER Probably locnl showcrn and thunderstorms Fridny night und Saturday oxtrnmo west par tionn probably fair Saturday somewhat cooler Saturday and in extrcmo northwest portion Friday night LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Friday morning Maximum Thursday 89 Minimum in Night 59 At 8 AM Friday 73 A maximum record for the month was established Thursday in Mason City when the mercury in the Globe Gazettes weather shelter mounted to 89 This is 1 degree higher than any reading recorded since the last day of August
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