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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 25, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                PITTSCON II i S MEM A ART DEPT OF IOWA MOIMES 1A North Iowas ILYEAI Edited for the Home THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA THURSDAY SEPT 25 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 301 MCCARTHY THRU WITH CUBS Maas Talks on Rumors BeerMaking Permit Not Possible by October 1 CHARLES P STEWART ASHINGTON Sept 25 CPA o n g ressmau Melvin J Maas of M i n n e sota may really be lieve what he as serted in a speech in St Paul re cently that G O P leaders de liberately started rumors to see how the public would react to them that four per cent beer making is to be permitted to start about Oct 1 Or maybe Maas said it to see how the G O P leaders would react to his assertion It is a fact that such rumors have been in circulation for several weeks Queries concerning them have been inlying from all direc tions rL the Washington offices of the Association Against the Pro hibition Amendment and associa tion official admit having sus pected the very thing that Repre sentative Maas so flatfootedly states However they were far from sure of it If Maas has more definite information than they have they would like to be told THE Minnesota congressmans ex planation of the rumors has had one noticeable efCect has served to concentrate attention upon a number of little incidents Turn to Inge 4 Column 1 Wheat Sales Attempt to Foment TO FINISH SEASON AS LEADER WAUL IS BOUND TO GRAND JURY 100 Gallons Alcohol Seized for 10 Miles James Waul Sioux Falls S Dak who was arrested in possession of 100 gallons of alcohol late Wednes day afternoon after a 10 mile chase preliminary hearing and was bound to the federal grand jury by United States Commissioner Stan ley L Haynes Thursday morning Waul is charged with illegal trans portation of intoxicating liquor and his bond was fixed at 51000 which he was unable to furnish Waul was fined and costs several weeks ago in Mason City on a charge of carrying a loaded rifle in a motor vehicle He was arrested by federal agents at that time Wednesday afternoon Federal Agent R C Reko and State Agent P J Griffin saw Waul driving an auto on Highway No 0 Agent Reko recognized Waul and Waul in turn recognized Agent Reko At once Waul started driving his car at a high rate of speed Agent Reko and State Agent Griffin turned their car around and began chasing Waul at a rate of from 65 to 70 miles anhour Finally they succeeded in pocketing Waul aloni the road and he stopped near Hanlontown Waul then offered no resistance to arrest One hundred gallons of alcohol were found in the rear of the Ford driven by Waul This car was reg istered in the name of Mrs Kenzel Dubuque The car is being held and the liquor was turned over to Sher iff G E Cress PART OF GREAT SCHEME CLAIMS FORMER OFFICER Russians Are Starved to Further Policy of Soviet NEW YORK Sept 25 New York Times today quotes Basil W Delgass former vice pres ident of the Amtorg Trading cor poration as sayingthe dumping of wheat andother commodities is a fixed policy of the soviet govern ment designed to foment revolution in other countries Delgass recently was declared an outlaw by the soviet government and his property confiscated be cause he refused to go to Moscow and explain his resignation from the Amtorg the soviet commercial agency in this country Under U S Price Russia he said presents the extraordinary spectacle of a coun try being starved and impoverished by a government pursuing the fan tastic policy of depriving its own people of the things they desperate ly need in order to dump them abroad at cheap prices as a means of creating disorganization discon tent and revolution in other coun tries Ttiere is also aniSher Un policy namely that of obtaining capital for the soviet industrializa tion plan Colonel Douglas Sanday a mem ber of the produce exchange told that information obtained by him from England indicated Rus sia has 80000000 bushels of wheat to sell equal in quality to United States winter wheat which is being offered at 12 cents a bushel under the Americna price Expect Big Surplus The World quotes Aaron Sapiro an authority on commodities and marketing as saying he believes the Soviets are planning a billion bushel crop for the coming year which they can produce at 50 cents a bushel at Black Sea ports as com pared with the American production cost of upward of 80 cents He said he nad reason to believe that Russia was figuring that the United States next spring would have a surplus of at least 200000 000 bushels which together with the huge Russian crop would de piess prices greatly The short sales in his opinion were made to make money for the AllRussian Textile Syndicate which expects the price to be down as a result of the huge Russian crop and to be able to cover at u large profit RAIL CHIEF BY AIDE ATTORNEYS GIVE FINAL PLEAS IN SLANDER ACTION Lauritzen Case Nearly Ready for Decision by Jury AyfRS VENICE Casten Jury Returns Vote of Parents of Decorah i Girl Who Died of Poison Freed Central Press Telephoto Maxwell C Byers S3 left president of the Western Maryland rail road and Dudley O Gray G2 rightfirst vice president of the line are dead in Baltimore Mel as the result police say of the slaying of Dyers by Gray who then committed suicide Byershad been shot eight times while Gray with In i Ijikota Farm Sold LAKOTA Sept deal has been closed whereby Ferdinand Miller became the owner of the Peter Selvig farm northeast of town The consideration was 5140 an acre AUNT HET By Robert Quillen One o Joes bo i went to college but the oi er one had to learn how to suck cigarcts an varnish his hair right hero at home WAITS FOR 23 TO COME HOME Law Camps on Doorsteps of Public Enemies of Chicago CHICAGO Sept 25 law today sat on the doorsteps of 23 public enemies waiting for them to come home If they do come home they will be arrested as vagrants One hun dred detectives are assigned to the job Al Capone the No 1 man on the list of enemies found his home and his haunts under the laws espionage He was to be taken to jail should he appear either at his I residence or his headquarters hi the Lexington hotel at Michigan avenue and Tweri Second street I His brother Ralph out on bond following conviction for income tax fraud was one of the public enemies who was expected to sur render today He has opened nego tiations with authorities thru an attorney Three of the original 26 enemies already have been booked on the vagrancy warrants issued last week and under which police hope to drive them out of town Miles Devine attorney for Ralph Capone expressed surprise that his client should bo sought as a vag rant explaining that Capone is a big race horse man with nine horses running at the Lincoln fields track WOULD CHANGE DIVORCE LAWS Clear Lake Woman Head o Iowa Womens Clubs Committee DES MOINER Sept 25 Resolutions urging the revision of Iowa laws governing marriage and divorce were placed before the Iowa Federation of Womens Clubs in session here yesterday by Mrs C A Knutson of Clear Lake chairman of the committee on legislation Support of a uniform divorce law was advocated as well as a plan providing for an interval between the issuance of a license and mar riage Under the uniform divorce measure a temporary decree would be issued to be followed by a final decree ayear after Resolutions also were offered in support of the eighteenth amend ment the world court and the Pan American treaty Reports of Miss Alice Spaulding of Sioux City chairman of the amendment committee and Miss HarrietLake and Mrs W H Da vidson of Burlington of the schol arship loan fund were among those presented The latter committee showed it now had a fund of 17007 available for girls seeking a college education PLAN PERMANENT CATHOLIC GROUP Eucharistic Congress Goes Into Final Day of Rites Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal Sept sold some wheat over here but they didnt have any wheat so now our farm board is all ex cited Looks to me like the fel low that should be hot and both ered is the fellows that bought it We never will have any prosperity that is tree from speculation till we pass a law that every time a broker or person sells something he has got to have it sitting there in a bucket or bag or a jug or a case or a rat trap or something de pending on what it is he is sell ing We are continually buying something that we never get from a man that never had it Yours WILL ROGERS OMAHA Nebr Sept 25 the sixth national Bucharistic con gress swung into the third and fin al day of its solemn rites here to day plans were taking definite shape for the organization of a per manent Eucharistic congress com mittee at definite intervals Bishop Joseph W Schrembs of Cleveland Ohio today stated that more than 12 cities are anxious for the next Eucharistic congress and a permanent organization is cer tainly the next step He added that it is planned to hold a national con gress once every five years in the future with a regional conference to be held in different sections of the country in the intervening four years A series of masses for the attend ing clergy business sessions of the Priests Eucharistic league and a procession of the Blessed Sacrament about the grounds of St Cecelias cathedral here were scheduled to mark the closing day of the con gress The Right Rev John J Dunn auxiliary bishop of New York this morning celebrated a solemn pon tificial mass at the cathedral with thousands of nuns and lay women in attendance The Blessed Sacrament procession slated for the afternoon wao ex pected to include at least 50000 marchers LAURITZENS slander action against Mrs Mil lie Triplett was expected to reach the jury some time Thursday eve ning The four attorneys in the case presented their pleas thruout the lay Henry C Curve for the plain tiff opened the argument Thursday morning after Judge C H Kelley md informed the jurors that the odge phase of the case had been withdrawn from their consideration John C Robinson opened for the de fendant and he was followed by R F Clough also defendant coun sel in the afternoon J E Williams plaintiff attorney was to give the closing argument later Thursday afternoon after which the judge will read his instructions Is Unusual Case This is an unusual case in that the plaintiff herself helped us prove that the statements made by Mrs Triplett were true Mr Clough de clared He called attention to the agree ment by which Mrs Lauritze agreed no longer to associate with Melvin Martin a document pro duced by the defendant as inferring that she guilty of the charges filed against her when she was ousted from the Rebekah lodge at Clear Lake This is as convincing as if she had openly confessed to the crime he declared Her own testimony concerning events the night of Martins arrest also points to her guilt the attor ney said specifying that she ad mitted turning out the light in the house Other witnesses testified no light waq seen He referred to Mrs Lauritzens statement to a sister Rebekah that she felt guilty in putting on the work of the order as one of its offi cers and her remarks to another that she intended to keep Martin and that she would make a better wife than Mrs Martin matters presented in the defendant evidence Could Have Appealed The act of Mrs Lauritzen in filing a lawsuit against Mrs Triplett in September before her case had been tried in the Rebekah lodge indicated there was something wrong the lawyer continued This and other cases were filed only to intimidate these persons and attempt to get them to fail in carrying out their duties he declared That conduct is a psychological confession It was not what an in nocent person would have done She DECORAH Sept 25 and Mrs Walter Casten today stood freed of charges of murder in con nection with the death of their daughter Romelda 14 last Novem ber A jury of 12 men after deliberat ing three hours last night acquitted Mrs Casten its action concluding more than six months of effort to ix the blame for the girls death AT Casten was tried and acquitted on similar charges last April The slate attempted to prove that he girl had been poisoned by her parentsand introduced experts who testified that an autopsy had re vealed poison in the girls stomach Teeters Testified Mrs Castens fate was placed in the hands of the jury at 5 oclock p m yesterday after Judge H E Taylor had instructed the jurors to return a verdct of first degree mur der or acquittal E H Estey West Union special prosecutor had not asked the death Turn to rnco 2 Column 3 CUBS CHANGE PILOTS Markets at a Glance Turn li Puce 2 Column NEW YORK Stocks weak representative shares at weeks lowest Bonds firm rails advance sharp ly Germans improve Curb irregular oil stocks reach new lows Foreign exchanges irregular Dutch in demand Sugar easy European selling Coffee steady trade buying Butter firm CHICAGO Wheat easy good rains Illinois and bearish Nebraska state report Corn barely steady bearish Iowa and Kansas advices Cattle irregular Hogs steady to strong Rites for Slayer of Rail Head to Be Held W COLUMBUS Ohio Sept 25 Funeral services for Dudley G Gray 62 vice president of the Western Maryland railroad who killed him self after fatally shooting M G Byers president of the road at Bal timore willbe held here tomorrow morning The body was brot to Columbus Grays former home today by his widow and several friends Pilot Resigns in Stormy Session With Wrigley CHICAGO Sept 25 Mc Carthy deposed manager of the Cubs resigried today refusing to finish the season as leader oC the ationnl league pennant contenders Rogers Hornsby was placed in im mediate charge of the team as the ubs prepared to battle Cincinnati McCarthy resigned at a confer nce attended by William L Veeck nesident of the Cubs and William Wrigley Jr chairman of the board C directors The conference it was reported vas a stormy one It was McCar hys first meeting with Veeck and Vrigley since their decision was to appoint Hornsby as Me Carthys successor for the 1931 sea son In view of the fact that he was not o be offered a contract for 1031 McCarthy asked to be relieved of any further duties in connection with lha club altho his contract does not expire until Jan 1 It had been assumed by President Veeck that McCarthy would continue as leader until the finish of theseason and thru the w UYWM ed theCubs won the National championship Provision had bean made to ha1 McCarthy continue as manager in the city series with the White Sox starting Oct 1 if the Cubs lost the National league flag Rogers Hornsby below will jit once begin managing tlm Chicago Culis replacing Joe McCarthy top who refuses tn continue with the team because he has not been offered a con tract for next year Cost of Gambling More Than Clara Looked for ENTIRE AUSTRIAN CABINET RESIGNS VIENNA Sept 25 Chancel lor Schober and the entire Austrian cabinet resigned this afternoon The cabinet in recent weeks has developed internal friction as an outgrowth of a conflict over the proposed appointment of Dr Tra fella a fascist to be managing di rector of the state railways The appointment of Dr Trafella was favored by Vice Chancellor Vaugoin while Chancellor opposed H National Tour Planes Leave for Springfield KANSAS CITY Knns Sept 25 18 planes in the national nir tour took off here beginning at 10 a m today and headed for Springfield III the luncheon stop Actress Finds 50 Cent Pieces Cost LOS ANGELES Sept 25 Clara Bow filmdoms redhead has broken a two days silence to ans wer assertions that she stopped pay ment on checks for after offering them in payment of gambling losses at n Nevada hotel The actress statement read in part While T was at Lake Tahoe Mr Will Rogers invited Rex Bell my secretary Miss Devoe and myself to dinner I did not know the hotel was a gambling place until after we reached there After we had din ner Mr Rogers went to one of the gambling tables and naturally wo went with him I began to play a little at a game called twentyone which they call there black jack They gave me fifty cent pieces to play with and I signed some checks in blank telling the dealei to fill in the amount of 50 cent pieces he had given me There were four checks Owed Them It now seems they claim these 50 cent pieces represented what they call chips and they pu enough In the checks to amount to that When the checks reached m Rain Falls During Night in Southern and Central Iowa DES MOTNES Sept 20 Southern and central Iowa received substantial rainfalls during the night the government weather bu reau reported today The heaviest fall was at Creston where 206 inch es had fallen by T a m today The extreme western northern and eastern portions received but light showers altho the bureau fore cast additional precipitation today A severe hail storm occurred here this morning but lasted only a few minutes The stones were as large as good sized marbles tiitler Acknowledges No Guilt for Start of War bank they called me and said the checks had a slip on them asking he bank to wire fate of these checks This attracted the attention of my banker and I found out for the first time this gambling house claimed I had lost and owed them nearly so I told the bank not to pay the checks If these people think they havp an honest claim against me I will gladly receive any legal document they serve on me or they can pres ent them to my attorney Mr W I Gilbert Will Introduced Her The repudiation of the checks was called to the attention of B P Schulberg Paramount studio of ficial by James McKay owner of the hotel McKay said Will Rogers film humorist had introduced the actress at his hotel Prior to Miss Bows statment is sued late last night Oklahomas contribution to the films was the only person concerned willing to dis cuss the assertions of McKay He denied intoducing the actress Introducing Clara Bow to any body he saidr is like introducing Hoover to the senate Clara and her boy friend Rex Bell film actor were going to dinner one night and I asked them to be my guests The Turn It Inur 2 Column H T EIPSIC Germany Sept 25 Adolf Hitler fascist generalis simo today declared that just as soon as the Get man fascists by legal means have captured political power in Germany they will tear asunder the treaty of neces sary by meas looked upon by the world as illegal His sensational announcement ot purpose was made at the trial of three relchsvvehr officers to which he had been summoned as a witness The national socialists do not re gard the international agreements as law but as something forced upon us hesaid Germany is gagged by ihe peace treaties We do not acknowledge our guilt in the war especially not the guilt of fu ture generali ns When we shall op pose tliesc treaties by every possible means we shnll find ourselves in the midst of revolution Shall Oppose Treaties We shall oppose these treaties both diplomatically and by com pletely evading them That may be looked upon iy the world as an il legal method but we will not em ploy it until the party has been vic torious After two or three more elections our party will be in the majority The nationalist socialist move ment will pursue its aims within the state with mnans prescribed by the constitution The constitution how ever presented only the method and not the final erd We will make our party ile decisive fuctor by means of the law making bodies hu nt the movement that our party bar Turn 1o 2 roltlrmi Two Passengers and Pilot Die in Crash MOOSEJAW Sask Sept 25 UP passengers and a pilotwere killed when a Western Canada Air way mail plane crashed today with in a few feet of the beacon light at Southesk Alberta The dead are G McDonald and J C Gibson both of Calgary and Pilot Pat Holden IOWA WEATHER Unsettled Thursday night and Friday Rain prohahlc Muclr cooler Friday in southeast por tion LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Thursday morning Maximum Wednesday 87 Minimum In Night i0 At 8 A SI Thursday 55 After the mercury had touched the same high mark as on the pre vious day H northwest wind sprang up Wednesday afternoon and there was a rapid drop in the tempera ture to a minimum of 50 early Thursday morning Dispatches told of snow in Winnipeg and Mason Citys weather Thursday appears to have originated in that region   

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