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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 23, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas ILY PAI Edited for the Home HA SLOW E R HIS MEM AST DEPT OF if S MO I MES I A i VOL XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 1OVVANS NEIGHBORS HOME T ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY SEPT 23 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE 299 Badger Poll Significant More Important Than Most States Says Stewart By CHARLES P STEWART Sept 23 CPA con sidered Wiscon sins vote cast at Badger states recent primaries for practical purposes the pri maries ars final in Wisconsin for nearly all the Badger folk call themselves re pubicans altho heaven knows there are two mighty different kinds of L probably meant more in more sorts of ways than will be signified by the combined votes of any half dozen of other states to be cast in November To be sure various immediately pending issues doubtless will be more effectively tested here and there elsewhere For example the Illinois outcome promises to be illuminating as to the development cf wetanddry senti being a highly strate gic wetanddry area The New York result may settle a candidate or dish of 1932 presi dential hash things unquestionably are A important Still even presidential candi dacies come and go Prohibition is not a complete platform but only one plank the of drvs is not a prohibition st exclusively The tariff itself reverently as Its devotees regard it is not quite the urntotal of the veriest old Joe Tarn to PSBO 4 Column 2 UTA SLAYERS GUN IS TRACED Weapon Belongs to One of Chicagos 26 Public Enemies CHICAGO Sept 23 gun used in the slaying of Jack Zuta gangster was traced by ballistics experts today to Danny Stanton one of Chicagos 26 public enemies Zuta known as one of ganglands Master minds was shot down as he fed nickels to a slot machine in a resorfnear Delafield Wis Aug 1 The discovery of the ballistics ex perts working directly under acting Police Commissioner Alcock would if accepted cause police to abandon their original theory that Zirta was tilled by members of the Moran Aiello gang of which he was a lead er Dapper Danny Stanton is gen erally aligned with the Al Capone faction The guns used by the four men who slew Zuta were a machine gun an automatic 45 and two 38 caliber revolvers Sixteen slugs were taken from Zutas body and put under the bal listics experts microscopes Yester daythe experts reported that one of the slugs had been fired from a 38 caliber pistol that had belonged to Danny Stanton at one time a gang lead er in his own right is at liberty under bond pending the hearing of vagrancy charges He was the first public enemy to be picked up in the police drive against the enemies Heads CampHre Group ROCKFORD Sept Cor rinne Mitchell was chosen chief ex ecutive of the Campfire Guardians AUNT MET By Robert Quillen Longer skiitshad disad vantages but you can use your petticoat for a hand kerchief without brealdn your back RAILROAD SAIN HELD FOR THEIR PART IN CHILES REBEL ATTEMPT Aviators Identified by Government Minister of Interior SANTIAGO DE CHILA Sept 23 American aviators today were threatened with trial by court martial for their share in the attempted revolution at Con cepcion Sunday against the admin istration of President Col Carlos Ibanez The minister of interior Carlos Froedden at the instruction of the president gave the Associated Press details of their arrest and identi fied them as Edward Orville de Larin and Reed Smith Doyle To Be Sentenced Froedden said they would be held while their action in flying a plane to Concepcion and landing there of five persons who later attempted to initiate a rebellion was investi gated to ascertain if there was pos sible violation of aeronautical code provisions If he said it developed that there also was complicity in the plot to overthrow the government thru causing an uprising of the Chaca buco regiment they will be subject ed to trial by court nmrtial and sen tenced ia accordancewith the cir To Aid in Trial The minister declared they were arrested by authorities at Concep cion even before the five men they carried from somewhere in the Ar gentine to the city were taken and before their purpose was known the authorities considering that the flight entiled violations of the aero nautical regulations A special tribunal will investigate the activities of the two aviators Major Federico Barahona who is a director of the military air service will fly to Concepcion today to aid in their trial The minister in his message reiterated that the coun try was cairn and that the attempt ed revolt was a failure Americans May Be BrojMgCourt Martial Question Mark Turns Back to Denver Due to Mountain Weather DENVER Colo Sept 23 The Question Mark French trans Atlantic plane carrying Dieudonno Coste and Maurice Bellonte re turned to the Denver municipal air port at a m C S T The plane had started for Salt Lake City at a m Coste said the weather over thci Continental Divide was so rough he was forced back He said he would not attempt to take off for Salt Lake again until tomorrow morning Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal Sept of those P T Barnum Metropolitan opera companies direct from New York City is mak ing its usual pilgrimage thru the buckwheat belt and stop ped o v e r in Frisco to send out the femala members dry and sing on a guarantee butnot necessarily on key Then they are slumming by here to give our music lovers for social sake a chance to see fat 50 year old people make love to each other in an unintelligible tongue Well if you think rivalry is dead between these two art cen ters read this in our morning sheets All the opera singers are saving their best efforts for Los Angeles next week They didnt cut loose in San Francis co at all last week Yours WILL ROGERS MRS LAURITZEN TESTIFIES SHE WAS WRONGED Denies She Committed Crime Alleged by Rebekahs TESTIMONY to show that Mrs Triplett defendant In Mrs Venice Laurltzens 52500 slander action only carried out her duty as a member of the Rebekah lodge in taking part in ousting proceedings and that there was no malicious circulation of statements concerning the character of Mrs Lauritzen wag presented by wit nesses for the defendant in the trial of the case in the district court before Judge C H Kelley Tuesday The plaintifl who alleges that Mrs Triplett published and caused to he circulated defamatory and false statements about her moral character rested her case shortly after the midforenoon recess Mrs Lauritzen having been the final witness In her testimony Mrs Lauritzen stated she did not com mit any act of which she was charged as being unbecoming a Re bekah Rcbchah Members Present In the presentation of the plain tiff evidence the secret records and rules and regulations of the Rebekah order were placed in evi Tum to Fage 5 Column Stedman Only Civil War Vet in Congress Is Dead Soldier Who Served With Lee Was in 90th Year WASHINGTON Sept UP Representative Charles Manley Stedman of North Carolina the only Civil war veteran in congress died today in his ninetieth year Of the host of southerners who after laying aside the gray ofLees battalions went to congress to serve tho nation from which they had fought to secede Major Sted man remained longafter the last one of his one time comrades and foes in arms had passed from the roll calls of the house and senate Elected when nearly 70 years of age to the sixtysecond congress as a democrat from the fifth North Carolina district his period of con tinuous service extended for a num ber of years after the death of Rep resentative Isaac R Sherwood of Ohio the last of the army in to hold a seat in the houae Upon the death of Uncle Joe Cannon in 1024 he became the old cat member of the house in point A35OCIATEP PRESS CHARLES M STEDMAN of age and upon hia reelection in 1828 to the seventyfirst congress ho became one of the oldest in point ol service DELVES INTO FINANCIAL PAST OF GROCER Says Namesakes Filing Was Not in Good Faith T INCOLN Nebr Sept 23 Political skeletons rattled in Nebraska yesterday as Senator Gerald P Nye North Dakota chairman of the campaign funds investigating committee dug back into the recent republican senator ial campaign And when the day ended George W Norris Enid Okla the former Broken Bow Nebr grocer candi date for Senator George W Norris1 toga had undergone a period of verbal research at the hands of the veteran solon Delved in Motives Assuming the role of questioner where Senator Nye left off Sen ator Norris delved into the per sonal affairs of his namesakeop ponent until his j queries aroused a storm of protest from the grocers attorney He first dug Into the Okla t homa Mians f Inaa affairs elicit ing from him the information that he had not paid his attorney his fee for represent GERALO NYE ing him before two tribunals seeking to establish the validity of the belated Norris numbertwo filing which was sub sequently ruled out and then he delved into the motives back of that filing in the senatorial contest Didnt Answer Just how can you say your fil ing in the senatorial contest was in good faith when both of us would have been erased from the picture if both names had been permitted to stay on the ballot Senator Norris queried To this his erstwhile opponent replied I explained that this morning but this answer only aroused the veteran senator to say You didnt explain that this morn ing and whats more you cant ex plain only filed in an at tempt to eliminate us both from he race NATIONAL TOUR ENTERS KANSAS 18 Flyers Leave Peaks of Colorado for Western Plains COLORADO SPRINGS Colo Sept 23 itinerary of the national air tour led today from the peaks of Colorado to the plains of Kansas With Garden City the first ob jective of their thirteenth day of flying about the continent the 18 contestants groomed their planes for a 10 a m takeoff Wichita Kans was designated as the over night stop The 75mile jaunt from Denver to Colorado Springs yesterday left unchanged the standings of the en trants H L Russell of Detroit contin ued to hold the lead John Living ston Aurora 111 winner of last years tour was second Art Davis Lansing Mich Alma Rubens Wants to Divorce Screen Actor NEW YORK Sept 23 Rubens motion picture actress plans to seek a divorce from Rich ard Cortez screen actor She said the suit to be filed In Los Angeles would charge deser tion She declared Cortez abandoned her a year ag5 when she was ill but began to show attention to her again when her popularity in creased She is now in New York rehearsing for a vaudeville act Hornsby Will Direct Cubs COUPLE PROMISED Here is one of the first photos of lohn T iioskob Jr student at enfrincerinR school of Yale university shown with his fiancee Miss IMJn erva Aaronsnn secretary for a Now Haven Conn brokerage house They are to be nmrrlcil next snring Rnsknh Sr has promised them a 82000000 trust fund on their wedding luy CHILD STRUCK Adela Rowan 7 Stacyville Struck While Crossing Street STACYVILLE Sept Rowan 7 daughter of Mr and Mrs Ned Rowan received a bad scalp wound a skull fracture and one leg broken in two places above the knee when she was struck by the car driven by Floyd Olson Charles City in front of St Johns school here at noon yesterday School had been dismissed and the girl was crossing the street Mr DIson attempted to avoid hitting her and swerved to one side mowing off a row of hitching posts along the street The child was taken to the local hospital where hopes are held for tier recovery Markets at a Glance NEW YORK Stocks irregular many oils ano coppers at new 1930 lows Bonds firm rails advance Ger man republics recover Curb irregular some leading stocks register small gains Foreign exchanges irregular erman mark strong Sugar easy port spot demand Brazilian sup port Butter unsettled CHICAGO Wheat weak weak forign mar kets and bearish weather forecast Corn weak bearish Kansas state report and weak southwest mar kets Cattle steady to strong Hogs lower Dempsey Injured in Automobile Accident NEW ORLEANS Sept 23 Jack Dempsey former heavyweight champion was injured here today by an automobile while returning from a reception given in his honor at the Roosevelt hotel CONGRESS HEARS PAPAL MESSAGE Thousands Flock to Opening of Holy Meeting at Omaha OMAHA Sept 23 holy eucharist around which all Catho lic faith is centered was the object of solemn adoration and devotion hero today us unestimatcd thou sands flocked here for impressive ly colorful opening of the sixth na tional eucharistic congress The eyes Catholic America were turned toward St Cecelia1 cathedral hero thin morning as Archbishop Pietro FumasoniBion di papal delegate to United States lifted up the host atthe elevation of a solemn pontifical votive mass and repeated the words in Latin This is my body signifying the presence of Jesus Christ in the eu charist lowan Gives Sermon At the solemn opening service of the three day congress Archbishop FumnsoniBiond read to the assem bled thousands dignitarien clergy and laity a personal letter of greet ing from his holiness Pope Pius XI reigning pontiff of the Catho lic church The sermon at the opening mass wag delivered by Archbishop Fran cis J L Beckman of Dubuque In the cathedral at the opening of the mass were bishops and arch bishops from every section of the United States garbed in their fer rnilo or robes of cardinal red bun dreda of priests and abbots and more thousands than the massive building could seat Fiends for Educators If all the priests who take part in tho congresn at Omaha the popes later read in part stir up one another to follow those holy ex hortations and examples in such wise that later they will strive to cArry into effect with greater en ergy day by day what is resolved in their sessions then beyond doubt the congress will have a happy out come and be fruitful in abundance Archbishop Beckmnn In his ser mon made a plea to the Jesus Christ of the ciichnrist for guid ance for all legislators for those in charffo of education and for those in the homes of the land World Series Loss Is Thot rreat Factor McCarthy Has Had Chance Wrigley Believes CHICAGO Sept 23 The ribune in a copyrighted story said oday that William Wrigley Jr lub owner had announced that Rogers Hornsby would be appointed 0 manage the Chicago Cubs Na tional league champions for the eason of 1931 and possibly longer There has been no misunder standing with Joo McCarthy the Jresent manager Wrigley was quoted as saying We simply de cided to make a change and as proof of jmy friendship and respect for Joe I will do all I can to as sist him in getting another major league position To Silence Rumors It may be true that we will be worse offif the change is made Themove may not be popular with the fans McCarthy was given frei rein in the buying of players and believe we have a great team Me Carthy has had five years to prov this so I dont think there is any thing unusual about not erigagin himafter a stretch such as that planned he added to of fer Hornsby a contract a few day after the season closes We didn want to embarrass McCarthy Nov thatall sorts of rumors are flying around the matter probably will be taken up immediately Wants World Series Hornsby regarded as one of the greatest infieldern ever developed las been out of the game most of his year with injuries His play last season was held by many to have Turn to Pago ft Column MRS CASTEN IS HEARD IN COURT Defense Attorneys Place Defendant on Stand in Decorah Trial DECORAH Sept 23 Mrs Walter Casten today testified in her own behalf in her trial on a charge of poisoning her daughter Romelda 14 She related the details of rent ng their farm home and arranging to move to Decorah She then told of events on Nov 23 the day Romelda died she said she and Mr Caaten had eaten an early breakfast as they were to ake a load of furniture to their lew home in Decorah When they eft she said Romelda waved to them from the porch Mrs Casten also described how she and her husband found their daughter dead on the kitchen floot when they returned in the evening Mr and Mrs John Mullaney neighbors of the Castens told of seeing them that day They testifiec they saw nothing unusual in their actions Mr Casten who was acquitted on a similar charge several months ago was on the stand at noon ad journment The defense expected to complete the taking of testimony this afternoon IODIES OF F ice President Is Thot to Have Killed His Superior BALTIMORE Sept 23 well C Byers president of the iVestern Maryland Railway corn any was forintl sliot cleat and Diicl ey G Gray vice president serlous y wounded in the railway executive fficcs today shortly after employes card sound ol firing The doorsrf the presidents office were locked Police advanced r ten ative theory of murder and suicirtc ifter discarding the initial exnlanu ion that the two had locked them eleves inthe room nnd engaged in gun battle On thefloor wuro found both men Byers dead from p bullet wound thru the heart ami Gray un onscious from one bullet wound in he back and one in the chest Two other superficial wounds were on Byers body Taken to Hospital On the floor beside Gray was an automatic pistol with five explod ed shells A clerk was taken to a hospital suffering from severe cuts received when he broke the glass a doov to gain entrance to the executive office Sight of him with blood streaming from his arm at first led to the report that a third man had been involved in the shooting This theory was dispelled with the arrival of Patrolman Arthur H Block who forced one doorrand found othersInto the office lacked IMtlo Hope Held Detectives saia they learned the two had Been ntodtls over litiga tion in which the company was en gaged Gray was rushed to a hospital and placed immediately on an op eratingtable in an effort to save lis life after last rites had been performed by a priest Physicians leld little hope the vice president could recover the tivo bullets have assed dangerously close to his isart The police made im effort at the lospital to question the wounded survivor but he was semiconscious Briand Plan Studied in Secret Discussion GENEVA Sept 23 pean representatives in the league of nations met this afternoon to constitute themselves as a special ommittee for the study of Aris Ide Briands project for a federa ion of European states The meeting was behind closed doors LIPTON OFFERED 50 POUND TROPHY Silver May Substitute for Highly Prized Yacht Mug SALT LAKE CITY Utfth Sept 23 Thomas Lipton un successful seeker after Americas yachting cup may carry a 50pound silver substitute for the highly prized mug back to Great Britain Theoron H Tracey vice president of the national league for stabiliz ing prosperity last night announced he had telegraphed an offer of 50 pounds of siiver to Mayor James Walker of New York City oice Planning Street Carnival for Sept 26 JOICE Sept community f Joics is planning a street carnival o be held Friday evening to raise funds for tiie Joice independent school Sfie IOWA WEATHER Cloudy nnd unsettled Tues day night and Wednesday cooler Wednesday ind in ex tremn west portions Tucsduv night LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazettes weather figures for 24hour period ending at 8 oclock Tuesday morning Maximum Monday Minimum In Night Gt At 8 A M Tuesday 71 Monday was a genuinely warm day with a maximum only 5 de grees below the high point of the month and n minimum which ap proached within one degree of the months minimum mark Tuesday forenoon the sky was overcast and rain became one of the possibilities of the situation   

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