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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 26, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                H A K L 0 I HI S WEM OCPT OF T c M O I IOWA F S I North Iowas Edited for the Home NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH 1OWANS NEIGHBORS HOME EDITION VOL XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY ISSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVicK MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY SEPT 26 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICES NO 302 j Insurgents Are Victors Win in All Battles With Members of Old Guard MRS LAURITZEN VERDICT Sept 26 CPA that the nominations all have been made one fact stands but in bold re lief Every republi can candidate who was fought for having op posed white house policies won a place on the G p P ticket Without a single exception wherever the regulars tried ter triumphed To be sure some of them may be defeated in November but if so it will be by democrats The series of stand pat reverses wound up with the worst one of all Wisconsin where the governor ship was at stake The others were senatorial con tests A LPHABETICALLY Idaho heads the list Attho Senator Borah was a most Hoover presidential cam paigner in 1928 and still calls himself a regular he has done his ONE KILLED AND SEVERAL HURT STATE DELUGED I Wire Service Disrupted by Hail Near Fort Madison TWO NORRISES AT NEBRASKA CAMPAIGN QUIZ ES MOINES Sept 26 today was repairing the damage done by a series of terrific wind storms which last night swept sec tions of the state wrecking prop erty injuring several persons and causing one death T Vermillion 80 Summitt vuic was fatally injured when a twister picked up the barn in which r iU himself a regular he has done his had taken refuge from the storm best in congress against every im carried it go rods At Council portant administration policy since o L Lawrence 32 was the present white house tenants in injured and James I auguration Idaho republicans renominated him almost unanimously L J DICK IvlNSON the Iowa G O Ps sen atorial choice certainly is a regular tho quite a liberal one However Gov John Hammil whom Dickinson beat for the nom ination professed to be a better reg ti 5 Column S V MJRTHWOOD GAS TANKEXPLODES Blaze Near Huge Bulk Gas Tank Worries Volunteer Fire Fighters NORTHWOOD Sept fire believed to have started from a bolt of lightning destroyed the shed a pump and lie delivery tank wagon i of the Standard Oil companylast night before it could be controlled by local firemen The loss amounts to several thousand dollars Because of the nearness of the huge bulk tank the firemen were placed under considerable worry by the blaze The electric system was damaged by the storm and the fire alarm failed A call was put in to Albert Lea additional equipment which however was not used The tank an the delivery wagon exploded but many residents in Northwood unaware of the blaze believed the detonation to be thunder was crincmiy mjuitvj JNCI 44 was hurt when lightning struck a building on which they wcre work Worked Thru Night Other persons injured included Earl Jones who suffered severe cuts when wind broke the glass in a car he was driving between Lamoni ana David City Miss Margaret Hise 181 University of Iowa Coed was knocked to the sidewalk by a fallj ing tree at Iowa City but escaped Several persons were hurtAnone I of them Seriously atrMbntrose I The storms which were in sev eral communities accompanied by rain and hail disrupted wire service in some parts tf the state Most of the lines were in operation today however after repair crews had worked thru the night Had Heavy Hall Basements of business houses and of the University of Iowa buildings were flooded as three miniature MEETING IN 1931 IS CALLED HOPE OF COMMITTEE I Disarmament Is Subject of Discussion at Washington Sept 26 dis 1 vJ armament committee of th league of nations assembly toda declinsd to direct that a general dis armament conference be called i 1931 While defeating the German pro posal to authorize the council to ca 1 a general disarmament conferenc in the year 3931 the committee d I cided to say in its report that th assembly expressed the desire that the conference be held befo the end of next year GROUP TO MEET RamllMY REIK 11H Will Rogers BEVEULY HILLS Gal Sept all our interests at tracted to Russian activities this week I was jok ingMr Bris bane about me having been there and him not Last night I got a cute let ter from him which said Y ears ago European art ists were kidding an American artist for painting scenes in Eur ope and yet he had never been theic He replied wel Leonardo de Vinci painted a pretty fair picture of the Lords Supper and he didnt even hav a ticket tn it He is serious about this Russia He thinks they are going to ge somewhere Well anyhow the got our congress scared an thats more than our country ha been able to do with em Yours WILL ROGERS were AIUUUCH cloudbursts and hail gave Iowa City a downfall of 539 inches Reports from over the stale showed that the wind storms struck generally late in the afternoon and farly in the evening At Sumrnitt viUe the wind reached its greatest velocity around oclock p m taking the form of two separate Grocer Gcorce W Norrls of Broken Bow Nebr seated at end of table low tMi Says II Dace Plans War Sensational Charge Brot by Belgian Fascists Caused Ger man Unrest Says Senator BRUSSELS Belgium Sept 26 Belgian Senator Louis de FOR PLAINTIFF eliberates Six Hours on Slander Case in Dis trict Court Tiie jury returned a verdict of 51 for Mrs Venice Louritzcn plaintiff in a slander action against Mrs Millie Triplett at oclock Friday afternoon The decision was reached after tho jury had deliberated six hours The verdict was handed to Judge H Kelley by David Olson We are well pleased with the verdict which regard as a complete vindication declared J E Williams attorney for the plaintiff We were not after money but vindication Mrs Lauritzen the plaintiff also expressed satisfaction with the verdict U F Cloigh attorney for the defendant stated he believed tho evidence in the cnse war ranted n verdict for the defen dant Arrested by Federal Men Holding of Guzicks Is Second Stroke in 24 Hours CHICAGO Sept 26 I brothers of the notorious Jack Gusik known as the Capone gangs tossed into i jail by federal agents today BOBBY JONES WINS OVER SWEETSER 98 IN SEMIFINAL PLAY seven miles fifin Keokuk 1 When the detectives seized the TronT Harry Gusik asked What do you want us for seven altbo the region was visited heavy hail storm Buildings Blown Down Montrose hail and ram also MEMON CIUCKET CLUB ABDMORE Pu Sept 26 Bobby crushed Jess Swectser nine and eight Fri day in the semifinals of tho na tional amateur golf champion ship Afternoon curd Sweetser out 545 Jones Out 454 535 STAMTIOR NIGH FOOTBALL WASHINGTON Sept 26 Disarmament again is claiming at tention of the government in stu dies directed at American partici pation in the forthcoming Geneva meeting of the preparatory disarm ament commission Relegated to the background Taftor the ratificationof the Lon don naval1 treatythe subject of armamentreduction has been brot to the fore by the visit of Hugh S Gibson ambassador to Belgium He discussed the question with President Hoover and state depart ment officials on his arrival in Washington He will hold further onferences concerning the com lission session before leaving for Europe The league of nations commis ion is to meet Nov 3 to complete he second part of its sixth session n preparation for a general dis armament conference Its task is the preparation of a formula for worldwide sea land and air dis armament Ambassador Gibson and MACNIDER BACK FORFIRSTVH FROM mm Hospitality Shown by Brouckere president of the aviation commission at Geneva created a sensation during the trial of the youth Fernando de Rosa accused of attempted assassination of Prince Herbert of Piedmont when he de clared himself convinced that th At JYlOnLruse accompanied the high wind Two replied and a half inches of ram tea at oh Haid Havry showing signs Burlington Telephone and telegrapn i youwas vaging wires there and at Fort Madison W Hal y I r l ClcLl cU iiniifiuit tax one of the agents at Central ETaToTboth sides o School at 7 OClock Kickoff at 8 Diamond Lil Held After Peoria Man Is Slain in Her Resort PEORIA Sept 26 Jo j seph Fisher widely known former bartender of Peoria was shot and killed last night at a resortowned by Diamond Lil Guyette a Ne gress Diamond Lil who earned the sobriquet when she had her front teeth filled with a row of diamonds and Clarence Yelm a white man alleged to be her bodyguard were placed under arrest Second Arrest AUNT HET By Robert Quillen reported down At Webster iicrhf snow fell melting asgfastSas it reached the earth Buildings on the and Pat Murphy farms cenuy were destroyed by the vymd which was followed by ram and hail Corn Turn tn Column GALVlAlMlE men Yesterday tne me tire 1 t agents led a raid on the Cirleton parade with Chief Dan H Shire out Inspector Mterin ageni Wabash avenue jn with thc T A nirrr onn significant discovery 1 fire speedster Tl A few minutes after thc jurors started their deliberations they wrote a note to the judge asking for a copy of tbe article in Dec 1 1928 issue of the GlobeGazette which was involved in the lawsuit The judge answered that the news paper article had not be en admitted of A the GlobeGazette could The jurors then heard Mr Norems testimony readby Georgo Blake court reporter and resumed their deliberations Gave Newspaper Item Testimony in tne trial was that Mrs Triplett and two other mem bers of the Rebekah lodge had given the GlobeGazette an itemon Dec first 1 1928 BtatlnS MrsLauritzen had Turn In Tape 2 Column Canadians Pleases Mason Cityan TAKING advantage of the respite he htfs had since assum ing his duties as minister to Can1 TJII i i ada Col Hanford MacNider arrived 7 Ki Iprt and OU in Mason City Friday morning to V ivmcu spend the weekend attending to his TninrPfl in l personal affairs I UIJUIGU m The colonel left Ottawa immedi1 WirVi Inrlia ately after parliament prorogued W IIU maid i aieiy alter Hugs S Wilson minister to Switz nnd thfi fi minigter left for thc zerland have represented the Unit im ial conference at London BOMBAY ed States at past sessions and in He Monlleal Wednesday night teen persons the absence of indications to the I I imur contrary their continued participa tion was anticipated here preparing for war on both sides o the Albanian border as well a along tha Alps The sensational declaration b i the Belgian senator featured th i The pep parade to the stadium dosing testimony for the defens most as lasi i police explained is the Priday night will start from the in the case of the youthful Italian th Uewest word in the argot of the Central school grounds at 7 oclock for nis act of last October Buildings on tne Corner Matthews it was born of the re instead of as was formerly De Brouckere declared on the H Put Murphy farms near Alma fpnnv inaugurated police campaign stated Tbe game is scheduled at 8 Witness stand that during an ot irive well known oclock ficial mission on disarmament he from under threat of Mayor E s selby will give a was able by his personal investiga arreat as vagrants Severe jail short on behalf of the city tion to convince himself that tne sentences may be imposed under the the board W G C Mussolini government was acting as revived vagrancy law under which Bagiey will conclude the formalities he stated oanKster prosecutions are to be of turning on the lights The German nationalists ae made According to arrangements Brouckereadded would not behave The Gusik arrests were the sec whioh were completed Friday noon as they are doing If they did not ond stroke against gangsters with by the raeMters of the junior divis feel themselves supported by the in 24 hours both being by federal ion the Chamber of Commerce fascists men Yesterday the government the fire department will head the I tj fVir I vaturio niifh Ohipf Dan H Shire out Investigate Activities of Two Men Amy is weepin because her girl married a stranger but youve got to swop a windbroke horse to some body that aint never heard himwheeze H J Galvin alias Donahue and Clarence L Coe alias J Jones are being held in the county ail in con nection with an investigation being conducted by Sheriff GE Cress and H G Higtee federal narcotic inspector Officials have made no announcement as to whether or not charges will be filed against the wo men The two were arrested at a local hotel Wednesday morning Officials are investigating their belongings en m an effort to gather evidence con cerning the men Arrest of the men waa made on Mohawk colored discovery 1 fire speedster The school board That was the finding in the room wju follow in She line of march with bv ffonv Tagenti a Capone the members of the junior division J of the Chamber of Commerce next Turn o Pnitn IColumn Markets at a Glance SIX MINISTERS RETIRED BY M E be the first oC the musical organizaI n Til f tions to aprpar followed by two Upper Iowa raSIOr 1CIIS 01 clasps school students rr rres suspicion They were soliciting ad vertising for publications of the Railroad Yardmasters of North Am erica and some of the receipts which they had in their possession were made out to the Yardmasters Benevolent association officers stated Narcotic Inspector Higbce is In vestigating other belongings which the two men had in their posses sion Officials received the first report of the activities of the two men 10 days ago The two then left Mason City but later returned 111V ui in order The high school band will be the first oC the musical organiza tions to apppar followed by classes of school students The AmcricinLegion drum corps followed by two other sections of high school students and thc Sengalcse drum corps will form the second half of the parade The ju vfkRK inior college btuflents under the di NEW rection of Denn S L Rugland have Stocks Irregular leaders again nfid of parade iter new low ground with a review of collegiate cars Bonds Strong U S governments and rails in brisk demand Curb Irregular oils drop to new 1930 low Foreign exchanges easy German unchanged Sugar Lower easier spot mar ket and European selling Coffee higher steady Brazilian markets Butter firm CHICAGO Wheat weak good rains Kansas and weather northwest markets Corn weak bearish Illinois ad vices and disappointing cash de mand Cattle steady hogs uigher SOVIETSELLING MUST BE ENDED CHICAGO Sept 26 of grain futures on the Chicago board of trade by any foreign gov ernment is objectionable and must be ended the directors of the board slated in a resolution adopted to day after consideration of the prob lem arising from the short selling wheat by the soviet government Conference at Davenport By THI5 REV T P SHAFFER DAVENPORT Sept mln isters of the Upper Iowa conferenc were today granted the retired re lation by vote of the conference E G Hunt Maquoketa H C Wi cox Brandon John Gammons Ear ville C C Casper Rhodes Rollo F i6 killed and 50 i jc Atii iiiwuti T i i Hiirin n f II lit and plans to leave again for Can person Panval acla Sunday evening in order to be Vrnm Rombav back in Ottawa the first of the witha week to attend a reception being p and and trying to given by the national headquarters smuu iiuun personnel of the Canadian Legion for Mrs MacNider and himself I to open Shortly after this Col L R La 15 persona and injuring Fleche dominion president of the r Canadian Legion will accompany Colonel MacNider to the national Mfg Thomas A Edigon A good convention of the American Legion nomcmaker mugt have executive at Boston ability be a good purchasing agent Have Procured House economist and somewhat of a We are so enthusiastic about the fc WQrd about bridge hospitality and kindness of the Can fl adian people that we have procured l a house which we expect to move 1 said the colonel Since their arrival in Canada the MacNider family has been living at Chateau Laurier the large national Canadian railroad hotel at the Can adian capital The two oldest sons Tom and Jack are attending school and are enjoying their experiences WET PLATFORM DRAWN IN N Y Nomination of Candidates Is Main Business of Republicans ALBANY N Y Sept 26 F H Tuttle United States district attorney of New York City and advocate of re peal of the eighteenth amend ment was nominated for gover nor today by tho New York re publican state convention m I illlU 111 U CUJVJlllfe ALBANY N Y Sept 26 immensely the father admitted By a vote of 733 to 258 the New ralller proudly York republican state convention inI The first cold weather I have corporatedlT its purty platform to come jn contact with since going to lay a plank trilling for the repeal of I was when I arrived in Ma he eighteenth amendment There was no dsnate on the prop osition Members of the dry minor ity themselves with hav ing their opposition placed on the convention record The roll cal on the repeal plank was taken tncler a special rule which permitted the convention to adopt unanimously the rest of the platform before taking up the pro hibition plark After adoption of the Hurlburt Toledo Tarn a DeWitt Clinton Dr Clinton has served this con ference for 50 years and will preach asemicentennial sermon Friday The other retiring pastors have served for lesser periods but most of them for 40 or more years Each man apoke briefly when his name Turn rnKf 2 Cnlnmn At any rate wo believe France would havo acted morn effectively in the matter it it hart chuckled Mr Hearst out instead of chucking him out Greenville Piedmont platform the conventim recessed until after noon when nomination of candidates for state offices was the order of business United States Attorney Charles H Tuttle of New York was con ceded the nomination for governor on the first nallot General James H Harbor was slated to make the nominating speech for Mr luttle Sentence Fovgecl Check Casher to Reformatory SHKNANDOAH Sept 26 D L Hinshaw Topeka Kans was sen tenced to 15 years in the state re formatory at Anamosn today for cashing forged checks son City he said callingattention to the fact that the lattitude of Ottawa is approximately the same as northern Iowa and southern Minnesota Honored Service Men The colonel then touched on the discussion which had followed the wearing of his army uniform when he presented himself to the gover nor general of Canada and declared Turn lo Z Culumn GRAIN BUYERS TAKE DAY OFF CHICAGO Sept 26 buyers appeared to be on a holiday today and with the volume of trad ing the smallest in some time wheai prices tilted down to the lowes levels in a quarter of a century Re ncwed reports of Russian export were a bearish factor December wheat touched SO cents a bushel on the rtcclinc an the closing prices 2 to cert lower than yesterday wcre near Hi days minimum IOWA WEATHER Generally fair Friday nfgtfir and Saturday except unsettled Friday in tho east por lion Cooler Friday nifftit IntHo cast portion Possibly light t Friday night if tho titles nro clear Somewhat wnrmorr Saturday afternoon LOCAL STATISTICS GIobeGazeUe weather 4 hour period ending at 8 oclock riday mornirg Maximum Thursday Minimum in Night 43 At 8 A M Friday 43 Rainfall 168 Inches After an afternoon of periodical showers the rain set in in earnest at around 5 oclock Thursday after noon and coitinued without much respite all nisrht accompanied by a strong and chilly wind from the northwest The 8 oclock tempera Lure Friday morning was within 3 degrees of the chilliest recorded since last spun   

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