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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 27, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home COMP HARLON E R Q MEM ART T OF IOWA Up NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NE1GHBOKS EDITION VOL XXXVI FIVE CENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY SEPT 27 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO Bread Cost t New Issue Huddleston Dons His War Paint for Battle JONES WINS CROWN t medi T will be r made in the zed by Sheriff he prii nesdayj 313 be3 jph of umber n the By CHAIOES P STEWART ASHINGTON Sept 27 CPA George Huddles ton of Alabama has donned his war paint on ac count of the price of bread What is there about bread that causes it to be harped on to the virtual e x c 1 u sion of every other foodstuff In times of fam ine it always is for bread that i the populace clamors not for any rival staple When folk are too far gone to clamor it is for bread they beg They want their daily bread And yet in the most literal sense man does not live by bread alone He requires a balanced diet Isnt the price of nearly everything he eats high Why complain especially of the priceof bread answers Congressman D Huddleston is a symbol It sells by the onepound loaf a unit which its easy to visualize To make the consumer realize what a rakeoff he has paid to some pro fiteerby the time a peck of pota v toes has appeared on his table is not so simple Yes todays cost of almost every necessary and luxury of life is ex orbitant but it is difficult to make the average individual see it with out a concrete illustration He is so completely sold to the idea that his is high as to be wellnigh im pervious to the idea that his living costs are higher To prove to him that he pays a several hundred per cent profit on each loaf oft bread he buys is a mat Turn lo rase Column MESSlONS Dawes Predicts End Be Changed fey Bishops Veteran Pastor Honored ByJTHOMAS P SHATTER DAVENPORT Sept er the Tipper Iowa conference will be permitted to change Us time of meeting1 to June instead of Sep tember was referred today to the hoard of bishops in whose power lies the authority for such a change The conference voted in favor of the change of time This request will probably be acted upon by the hishops at their meeting juNovem ber There were two high spots in the session yesterday The presenta tion of a gift to the Rev DeWitt Clinton and wife in honor of his 50 years in the active ministry of the church and the address of Bishop Titus Lowee in receiving four young ministers into full membership in the conference Financial Report Given Following a semicentennial ad dress by the Rev Mr Clinton tbe Rev Thomas P Potter presented to Mrs Clinton on behalf of the conference a bouquet of roses and to her honored huaband 50 in gold the gift of members of the confer cnce Dr Clintons father was a member of this body for 28 years His son John D has served in the conference for 14 years making a total of 92 years of effective serv fice on the part of this group alone Raymond Bachellor Ernest A1 slen Donald Artman and G W Mc Tnrn fo Fflfffl K Column SAYS NEW ERA WILL BEGIN NOT LATER THAN 31 Ambassador Is Guest of Honor in City of Ireland BELFAST Northern Ireland Sept 27 Dawes speaking as guest of jionor at an official luncheon at the city hall today predicted the end of the cur rent world wide industrial and trade depression by the summer or fall of next year The business fool of 1929 was he who had no fear he said The ambassadors address was an analysis of present worldwide in dustrial and trade depression its cause and its probable duration General Dawes said he would not fall into the common error of trav elers of discussing questions of lo cal industry but that in Belfast which is a center of world wide bus iness he could properly discuss the present worldwide depression since as nearly everywhere else it is hav ing its serious local effect Change Is in Attitude Excerpts from the ambassadors address follow A world depression in business isdue always to sudden change hi the attitude of the worlds peoples This changed attitude is often ex jplained in different ing the result of diverse causes in cluding unwisenational policies un due speculation overproductionuu derconsumption and political or social upheavals These however are more the ef fects of this change of general at titude than the cause of it It is often easier to conclude that one caatastropheor error in business the cause of the following one rath er than both originate from one underlying cause In the United States for in stance as well as elsewhere a major depression in business has al ways Jeen preceded by a few months before a stock panic induced by overspeculation Manyjiave as sumed that the collapse of the stock market caused the later de pression Many have assumed too that this correct forecasting of bus iness trends by stock speculators is Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Sept 27 Mr Hoover is doing something that if I was touting him I dont believa I would let him do He is going into three or four states where the coming election ia very hot and going to speech es Not politi c a 1 speeches but nevertheless they are in those states But even if he talks on the evils of CaliNev why it will be construed as po litical Funny Jthing about us wewill listen to any old shyster pollti vise us But we just wont trust any of our presidents when we think they are trying to tell us who to elect Yours WILL ROGERS GREAT ASSEMBLAGE OF CATHOLIC DIGNITARIES MANY LIVES ARE LOST 2 BODIES WASHED ASHORE Three Men Are Lashed to at his ild teflan school ke on itton jficlal of Industrial DepressionlTAKES VICTIM BY COUNT 7 IN EAST Is Found but stays Shore Of Wins Tourney in Years Playing Here Is the assembly of Catholic dignitaries sinco the Euclaristlc Congress in Chicago ered at Omaha for tho National Eucharistic congress Tn thn front row are Rishon Joseph Rummer with books in of New York now bishop ol Omaha ami at his riRht is Archbishop Pletro Fuma soni Bionrli papal delegate to tho congress St Louis Is Jubilant To 1st Hfil 2nrt 3rd Final 1Iowa CONNEATJT Ohio Sept 27 I wreckage the plane in which Pilot Willard Parker and his passenger William J McNulty Co lumbus Ohio salt manufacturer disappeared early Wednesday was found scattered along the Lake Erie shoreline three miles west of here early today No bodies were found The plane had fallen in the lake and the wreckage washed ashore The wreckage was identified by manufacturers numbers It was discovered by W D Dimick of Con neaut after airplane pilots and others searched for two days Parker and McNulty took off from Cleveland municipal airport at a m Wednesday saying they were going to Buffalo and to Miffiinburg Pa They never reach ed either place WAR SLAYS 83 YEAR OLD SIRE re Former Aviator Accuses Father of Flirting E if AUNT HET By Robert Quillen That fire at the movie was a false alarm an nobody was hurt except the women that got splinters in their feet because they was too scared to put their shoes back on Turn lo Paso K Column 35 DETECTIVES WILL LOSE JOBS Alcock Plans Determined Ef fort to Avoid Gang Espionage CHICAGO Sept 27 Capone censorship of the police department had riled Police Com missioner Alcock to determined ac tion today Thirtyfive members of the de tective bureau will be removed and the bureau reorganized the com missioner said in an effort to check wholesale gang espionage within the police ranks The commissioner particularly wants to know how his confidential list of gangsters to be hunted down as vagrants got from the detective bureau to a room at the Carleton hotel occupied by a Capone bonds man The list was found by federal agents in a raid Thursday He wants to know too the mean ing of the pencilled crosses in front of eight names on the confidential list The eight names were of well known workers in the ranks of Al Capone Especially perplexing how ever waa the fact that copies of the list when compared at police head quarters showed the eight names had been omitted I The explanation at the detective bureau Is that the police officer who put down the original list of names one found by the federal raid later made his copies from memory after realizing that the original had disappeared Commis sioner Alcock however wants to know why In copying from mem ory the police officer left olf the same names as those designated by crosses on the list the federal men found in the possession of the Ca pone bondsman Impossible 27 men both be lieved to be alive were taken from the wreckage of the barge Salvor by coastguards today under the command ol Capt William Preston ol Grand Ha ven Sept 27 vMichigan went mad yesterday raging and pounding upon its east ern shores gulping down two boats possibly three and takingan un determined number of lives The stone cargoed barge Salvor sank off Muskegon Mich with coastguard boats standing by balked in rescue by the angry waters The twomaster Our Son last of the canvaspowered pulp boats sank 20 miles off Ludington Mich Lashed to Derrick The steel hulled motor carrier North Shore Milwaukee bound from Benton Harbor Mich with a cargo of grapes was many hours overdue early today She may have put Into some other port Coast guardsmen however fear she may have gone down Five men and a woman were aboard Eight men are believed to have lost their lives in the sinking of the Salvor Two bodies were washed ashore late yesterday Three men lashed to the derrick which pro truded above water after the barge had gone down could hardly have survived the smashing waves Three others are missing Swam to Shore Coastguardsmen hoped with abatement of the gale today to re move the men from the derrick An off shore wind and high rolling seas prevented rescuers reaching the derrick during the night A search of the sand duned shores was begun today for the three miss There was some hope they WJiistles and Sirens Shriek to Herald Victory ST LOUIS Sept 27 Louis hasnt reached that extreme sophistication where it takes its baseball pennants with a yawn For three even years 1926 1928 rthe Cardinals have reigned supreme in the Na tional league but the clinching of the third championship was tho occasion for a celebration nearly aa noisy as the one four years ago when a 38 year pennant famine ended Starting immediately after old Jess Haines had knuckle balled the last Pittsburgh Pirate batter into submission the old St Louis began etUng off steam Whistles and sirens shrieked the news of the Cardinals victory to the downtown district and a veritable blizzard of paper scraps and ticker tape began sweeping down from office win dows Motor cars crazily decorated with paper streamers and trailing tin cans and old wash tubs streamed thru the streets in noisy procession They snorted along with their cut outs open and the police didnt care In fact it was reported num erous usually stern policemen grinned as if theyd have liked to join in the celebration Everywhere the sentiment bring on the Athletics Strangers told each other well boy we did it But all that was unofficial The official celebration was reserved for today when the victorious red birds will ride thru the streets like con quering heroes Mounted policemen will show the way for the cars carrying the players Two players will ride In each car with a member the reception committee SEYMOUR QUITS CAMPAIGN POST Other Games Tnrn to n Cnlumn North Iowa Collegians Are Elected to Office CEDAR PALLS Sept North Iowa students were made officers in two honorary clubs at the Iowa State Teachers college for the year Murvle Hanawalt Du mont was made secretary of the Theta Alpha Phi fraternity foren sic group and Blanche Oxborrow Humboldt was made secretary of the Social Science club Police Capture Man Who Killed ExWife COUNCIL BLUFFS Sept 27 TI Harry Neeley who last night shot and killed Mrs Lula Daugh erty his divorced wife was cap tured today in a cornfield near the west city Markets at a Glance NEW YORK Stocks weak investment rails re flect liquidation rails and utilities improve short covering holds decline in check Foreign Exchanges Irregular sterling strong CHICAGO liberal Russian of ferings abroad and weakness Liver pool bearish Iowa reports and easv cash markets Claims Innocence of Wrong Act in Nebraska Affair DENVER Col Sept 27 Reverberations of the dual Norris republican senatorial candidacies to day presaged the probable exit of Victor Seymour Lincoln business man from the western political pic ture Seymour lately appointed assist ant vice chairman of the western re publican political campaign yes terday telegraphed his resignation to Senator Frederick Steiwer of Ore gon In his telegram Seymour in sisted that while he was absolutely innocent of any wrong act in con nection with the Nebraska primary controversy he was acting solely from a desire to keep the publicity attending the committee hearings of Senator Gerald P Nye in Nebraska from reflecting on the partys sen atorial committee Whether Seymours resignation would be accepted was not an nounced today but it was the con census of party leaders here that it would be At McCook Nebr Sena tor George Norris said he understood Senators Nye and Porter H Hale of the senate campaign funds investi gating committee had recom mended Seymours removal Seymours name figured in the Nye hearing at Lincoln soon after his arrival here He immediately de nied he knew anything about the candidacy of George W Norris the second a grocer of Broken Bow BTebr whose filing for the nomina tion to the office held by Senator Norris was tirown out because it was made too late The affair is Greek to me Seymour said when he was informed Senator Nye had announced perjury charges would be filed against certain persons as H result of testimony given at the Lin coin hearing Altho declining to comment at length on his resignation pending the return of Senator Steiwer fron Oregon this week Seymour told newspapermen he had acted en tirely on my own volition and with out having consulted any one think I owe it to the party 100 Spectators Hurt When Bleachers Fall COLUMBUS Ohio Sept 27 rT An investigation to determine the cause of the collapse oe bleach er stands at the central high school athletic field here last night icsuH ing in injuries to approximately 300 spectators at a football game was in progress today FIRST PERIOD Michigan 0 Dculson 0 City College of New York 7 Ixmg Island U 0 Albright 0 Connecticut Aggies 0 Army 7 Boston U 0 0 Swarthmore 0 Villanovn 0 Lebanon Valley 0 Carncfrio Tech 14 U ol Buffalo 0 Minnesota 0 South Dakota State 0 SECOND 1EIUOD Lchlgh 6 Ursimts 0 1itt 19 Waynesburg 0 Carnegie 41 TJ of Buffalo 0 Fordiiam 53 Baltimore 0 Colgate 18 St Lawrence 0 Ohio State 13 Mount Union 0 Brown 7 Rhode Island State 0 Providence 6 Kutgcrs 0 Columbia 13 Middlebury 0 New York 0 Hobart 0 Penn State 0 Niagara 0 Septf27 lov affair of a warwarped son wh believed his aged father was ing on with a nurse was blacked out BEER AND WINE FOR HOME USE IS LEGAL ASSERTS WOODCOCK WASHINGTON Sept 27 The citizen who manufactures wine or beer in his home for consumption vith no sales involved was held oday by Prohibition Director Amos W W Woodcock uo be beyond the each of federal enforcement agencies As a matter of law Woodcock ex ilained today in his first pronoun cement on ths point the home man ufacture is liable to punishment iC he liquor he produces is intoxica ting in fact This he said is a point or the jury to decide Practically speaking however he continued evidence to bring the home manufacturer to trial cannot be obtained unless commercial fea tures are involved upon which a search warrant can be issued Sayre 83 oC a real estate concern was dead a bullet In the back another in the chest The son Svdney who was thrice shot dowu in his plane during the World war was held for the murder I killed him said the formet second lieutenant ol the air corps is my confession written three days ago And I intended too to kill the nurse Miss Alma Mother Is Invalid Police had arrived in time to pre vent that Sydney 37 years old was still in the apartment office beside his fathers body whpw pfflcers reached the place Miss Zschaechner hadJTijEn nurse for Rockwell Sayres wife for night years she said Mrs Sayre is an in valid Sydney Sayre a University of Chicago graduate who told police Turn o PoBB 5 Column CHARGESlLOT AGAINST BOARD Nye Says American Groups Are Operating in Foreign Markets WASHINGTON Sept 27 Senator Nye republican North Da kota charged today that boards of trade and chambers of commerci had been operating in foreign mar kets in a conspiracy to depress to discredit MERION CRICKET CLUB ARD MORE Pa Sept 27 by Jones swamped Gene HomanBr8 and 7 today in the finals of theU S amateur championship thereby completing his unparalled grand slam in golf for 1930 A wildly cheering and controllable gallery of upwards of 10000 spectators saw Jones add the classic amateur crown to his previ ous triumphs this year in the Brit ish open the British amateur and American open It was his fifth United States amateur and thirteenth national lampionship triumph These are Iso records The fourth triumph by Jones was lie easiest of any of the previous iree he scored this year to com lete his record shattering sweep f all the golfing honors in sight He won the medal for the lowest qualifying score 142 which tiedthe ecord and then swept thru five successive matches He was seldom n danger of being down to any op ponent much less defeated Jones lost only three of holes played with Romans ono asJA result of being stymied and the others as a result of birdies by the New Jersey youth on the seven teenth and twentyseventh hotei The quadruple champii after 18 holes and tygocond seven more holes some erratic work by the Georgians putter Bobby played thruout as tlio it was just a good workout as a matter of fact that was all it turned out to be icern sked The is no fflca ipprr load tion aded ruck any 3liv fact laid the and it hat had 3m BO mt lied on Die ime ako m the seven seventh ipion was If up I up at the tven 1 iat j holes due TtTr If Running summary of lones Homans match will bo found on tlio sports page Whittemore Electricity r Change Being Completed WHITTEMORE Sept rep resentative ot the Fairbanks MotSe company is here from Omaha yeek assisting to arrange the chinery at the local light plant paratory to changing from direct to alternating current m 3tt Wea IOWA WEATHER 1 farm prices in order the farm board Clinton Youth Dies of Accidental Shot CLINTON Sept 27 ence Ryberg 17yearold son of Mr and Mrs Carl Ryberg of Clinton died early today In the Jane Lamb hospital here of an accidental re volver shot wound just below the heart Young Ryberg with three com panions were engaged In cleaning the weapon last night at his home when it became discharged The German nyers landed in the harbor swarmed over Wall street and captured tnc city hall All ex actly as predicted by our nervous patriots in New York er The North Dakotan said he would call upon Chairman Leggeof the farm board to inquire into Bhia As a result of the recent dis closure of the soiling of wheat in the American market In futures ex changes by the soviet Nye predict ed a determined effort would be made in the next session to curb the operations of the grain exchanges in future dealings He also predicted that as a re sult of the depressed prices of farm products a movement would be re vised in congress for incorporation of the equalization fee principal of farm relief as a part of the new farm marketing act Says Autoist Crossed Street Against Signal DES MOINES Sept 27 Mrs Daisy Wolcott of Claririda was severely cut and bruised when struck by an automobile driven by Mrs E O Cline of Corning today Mrs Clinc told police Mrs Wolcott crossed the street against the signal lights Fair Saturday nightand day little change in hire frost Saturday Mostly light LOCAL GlobeGazeUe weather figured for 24 hour period ending atS oclock Saturday morning v Maximum Kriduy 55 z Minimum in Nlglif At 8 A M Saturday 41 Rainfall 05 of an Inch North Iowa beheld its first frplt of the sieason Saturday morningsIt accompanied n temperature of 535 in Mason City and one of 33 atthe beet Eagar plant north of thecity It occurred in spite of a brefeze which prevailed thruout the night It was not what would be called a killingfrost altho hayfever suffer ers believe it was sufficient to ban ish their plague j WEEKS FORECAST Weather outlook for the week bej ginning Monday Sept 28 For the upper Mississippi and lower Misr sour valleys and the northern and central great plains Some indica tions of showers near beginning of the week and probably another shower period by middle or close rising temperature first of the week probably followed by cooler towards close i A fe   

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