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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 10, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                HAftLON E R H f S MEM ART OEPT OF IOWA OES MOINES I 4 North Iowas Edited for the Home THE NEWSPAPEU 1HA I MAKES ALL NORTH 1OWANS NEIGHBORS EDITION VOL XXXVI FTVE RENTS PER COPY ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE MASON CITY IOWA FRIDAY OCT 10 1930 UNITED PRESS ANDCNTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 314 COLUMBIA LANDS ON ISLAND Claims His Side Ignored Nye States Case in Illinois Campaign Probe By CHARLES P STEWART ASHINGTON Oct 10 CPA Chairman Ger ald P Nye of senates commit tee on expendi t u r e s by this years candidates for the upper house of congress does not com plain so much that he has been fouled tho he has been he says re peatedly a n d murderously in his fight with R e p re s entative Ruth Hanna Mc Cormick over the cost of the latters campaign for a toga That every wallop the Illinois woman has landed on him has been vociferously acclaimed by the audi ence as strictly according to Queens bury whereas his own defense work he never has had a chance to take the offensive has been ignored is what makes the North Dakota solon holler VJOMINATED by theSucker State republicans away hackearly in April Mrs McCormick was not a bit financially secretive She filed a statement before the senate investigating committee had had time to ask for it showing that she had spent 525257230 on her pri mary activities Later a few inquiries revealed an additional item not paid out of the candidates individual pocket but contributed by her friends which she had forgotten to include However there was no mys tery about that either its omission was a mere inadvertence Her at tention called to it Mrs McCbrmick admitted it immediately sV of the serin fund cpmini flfeeJTNy e Spolw of J31978640 as quite a large considerably more than a senate seat pays in salary in 30 years I heard him mention this myself Maybe it reached Mrs McCormicks ears Anyway Nye relates that she seemed to him in a belligerent mood on his arrival in Chicago to inquire officially into the uses made of the Turn lo 1nge 2 Cotnmn Boone Selected for 1931 Baptist Convention G B CEDAR RAPIDS NEW PRESIDENT Delegates Override Re commendation of Sioux City the recommenda tion of the committee the Iowa Baptist convention in its business session Friday morning selected Boone for the 1931 meeting The committee headed by Dr F G Codd of Davenport had recommended the convention go to Sioux City Invitations for next years con vention came from Muscatine as well as from Sioux City and Boone In presenting his report Dr Codd showed a large map of Iowa indi cating cities where the convention had met the past 11 years This map showed most gatherings in the past decade had been held in the eastern half of Iowa and only once on the west border at which time it had met at Council Bluffs Pleads for Boone Following the report the Rev H C Rice of Boone rose to plead for Boone It had been 31 years since the convention was held there he COLUMBIAS PILOT SIOUX CITY FIRE SETTER HUNTED Pyrpmariiac Fires Parochial School Endangering 150 Lives SIOUX CITY Oct 10 and detectives today continued their search for the man they termed the pyromania who yes terday fired the Blessed Sacrament parochial school endangering the lives children and several nuns Developments today included a discussion that a guard be placed about the school and the convent of the Blessed Sacrament on which incetfdiary attempts were made Wednesday night and conclusions by police that one man set both fires and last May attacked one of the nuns and robbed her in the con vent yard Clews were lacking this morning however It was determined that the blaze started at the altar in the chapel that comprises the first floor of the school No suspects were held AUNT HET By Robert Quillen FellovrshJrt nanfjuelH banquetY W C A building ToastmnsterT O McClelland SpiritualsSt Johns BapUat quartet sleJnterg AddressW C Colcman banquetChurch of Christ Tonatmlslre5SMrs F Asquith Address Mrs Moor Ladles vocal trtoMrs C E Gllman Mrs Ray Sloan Mrs A C Ilagerman Toast program Speakers to tie announced SoloMrs Roger Kirk Joint session will be held when Dr W Dearing president Oakland City college Oakland City Ind will deliver the ad rtress Adjournment of the convention YOUNG PEOPLES COTVENTION SATURDAY MORNING OCT 31 Theme the Churcli In the Kingdom Enterprise President Holland Presiding Duncan Howard Vernon Minneapolis Minn helpful conferences 1 CabinetHolland EaslInRer 2 Devotional Ltfe Commission Beulahree Simons 3 Commission J Hervey Shults 4 Service Commission Marian Cassaday 5 FeltowEhlp Commission Max Burke 6 Special Problems of Y P So clcttes fn Use of Commission Plan The Rev H C Rice serviceMax Burke P Dearing Oakland City Tnd SATURDAY AFTERNOON OCT 11 Proildent Holland Ens r Presiding serviceMRX Burke of B Y P U of A Marian Cassnday Ruby JohRnn ren Donald Duncan and H C Rice seselon Howard Vernon of officers in charge of llaaon City B Y P U SATURDAY EVENING OCT II Sponsored hy Mason City n Y PU s JasephC Ronhlns City B Y P U Capt J ErroH Boyd Can adian war flyer pilot of the transAtlantic plane Columbia PEASANTS SHOT MTHEY1IAVE la10 I didnt know Doctor Jim wasnt gettin no practice until I heard him tellin how he cespised the narrow minded trash in this town said while it had been held at Sioux City in 1919 A spirited discussion followed during which the Rtv Simmons formerly of Waverly now retired declared enthusiastically that the local association had given the best account of itself at the con ventions After the vote on Dr Doddg re port failed a vote for Boone carriec with a large plurality The conven tion adopted the other phases of the report that the Rev Jewel L Pickett of Mason City give the an nual sermon and that it accept th invitation of the Iowa Baptist asso elation in the extreme southeastern section of the state to hold the 1934 gathering there aa a part of a gi gantic observance of the centennia of the founding of the Baptis church in Iowa Sherman President George B Sherman Cedar Ra pids was elected president OUie officers named were the Rev F G Codd Davenport first vice presi dent the Rev R B Davidson Ames second vice president th I Rev I J Brame Indlanola record ing secretary and J H Cochram Des Moines treasurer Members at large whose term expire in 1933 were also namci They were Henry K Peterson Council Bluffs F R Sage Wash Turn lo Inffe 2 Column 0 Mexicans Die in Trap Set by Religious Enemies DENIES REPORTS OF VICTORIES IN REBEL ADVANCE Revolution Leaders Tell of Invasion of Three States WASHINGTON Oct 10 Brazilian embassy was author ized by its government today to deny press reports of yesterday at tributed to revolutionary sources which told of decided successes in the insurgent advance on the cities of Rio De Janeiro and Soa Paulo The official dispatch said insur gent reports that the city of Campos in Rio De Janeiro state had been taken the railroad out in Lorena Sao Paulo and admnces made toward the city ot Rio De Janeiro were all false Similarly it denied two federal destroyers had joined the revolu tion The embassy also received by cable a lengthy resume govern ment activities looking to suppres sion of the revolution and o mani festo issued by President Washing ton Luis today to reassure the Brazilian populace Salient points in the resume indi cated ttfe government feels itself in ositi on tq s tamp ou t fheTevol Ur tion and had public not to believe terroristic rumors said to have been spread by revoluttonry elements and said President Wash ingto Luis had shown no weakness in the work of repressing the revo lution OBJECTIVE OF BRAZILS REBELS CITY Oct 10 newspaper La Prensa said oay that 80 peasants died in a hurch at San Carlos state of Ta asco when the edifice was set afire y religious enemies The newspaper added that those were not burned to death were hoc as they tried to escape Attending Early Mass While the peasants were attend ng early morning mass the dis latch says their enemies poured gasoline around the outside of the Building and touched it off mean while locking the door to prevent iscapes The frantic victims finally man aged to batter down the door but as they ran out were shot down Two priests barely escaped to ake refuge on a nearby ranch Later they returned to the church or some images and other articles vhich were not destroyed and took hem to the ranch house Kill Itanch Owners When the assailants learned of this they killed the two ranch own ers but the priests again escaped and fled La Prensa said tbe act was due to religious persecution by state au horities For some time the paper iiaa been campaigning against Ta basco officials The paper added that the incident occurred several days ago with word of it reaching the capital only today INVASION STARTS PORTO ALEGRE Rio Grande Do Sul Oct 10 Revolutionary armies from the state of Mines Geraes have begun an invasion of three adjoining states Sao Paulo Rio de Janeiro and Espirito Santo an insurgent announcement today said An army advancing from south eastern Minas Geraes has captured the towns of Itaperuana and Mira cema in the state of Rio Janeiro and has advanced to a point near Ciudad Campos important city and junction of four railroad lines Capture of Ciudad Campos would effect a rupture of railroad service between the state of Esperitor Santo and Rio de Janeiro further isolating the Brazilian capital Enter Espirito Santo Invading forces also have en tered Espirito Santo above Ciudad Campos the announcement said Another army has entered the state of Sao Paulo in the far north west and has captured Igarapaya Brazilian revolutionary cavalry skirmishing with federal forces near Castro Parana were believed today to have begun what is expected to be a major battle Between the In Markets at a Glance Turn to 2 Cnlnmn NEW YORK leaders rally buoyantly after making new lows investment issues sag market makes new lows before rallying increased spot of ferings CHICAGO larger weekly ex ports and Wall Street raid forecast unfavorable weather and small receipts To Hivo Vacation AMES Oct threeday Thanksgiving vacation will he granted Iowa State college students this year It hts been decided by the administrative board A Brilliant Houseparty Two men disappear The guests are involved in a series of exciting and dra matic events in a swiftly moving detective story IT WAS LOCKED By John Hawk Starts October II In the GlobeGazette Pola Negri in Suit Seeking Paris Divorce PARIS Oct 10 Negri motion picture actress filed suit for ivofce here today from her hus and Prince Serge Mdivani The screen star went personally o the palace of justice this after oon accompan cd by attorneys nd made her re lueat for legal eparation from Mdivani eforethe presi lent of the Seine ribunal The reconcilia ion meeting at which under Drench law the udge attempts o reunite cs ranged couples will be held to vard the end of he month The grounds upon which divorce was sought were not made public CANADIANPLANE ARRIVES SAFELY JUST OFF COAST Flares Lit on Croydon Field When Report Arrives Tola Ncgri Ke financial distrit ft SHo Paulo Brazil upon which the revolu tionists re according to caWe dispatches Inset President WashingtonLuis jivho has rushed his Heet and soldiers to sub due the rebels MARRIAGE JUST MONEY RACKET Perry Phantom Lover Stu dent of Psychology of Crime MILWAUKEE Wis Oct 10 LT in psychology delving into classics and finding mis takes in Illplanned crimes were the hobbies of George Jiggs Perry Milwaukee phantom lover sought by police on a charge of slaying his vvantad bride a close relative ot Perry revealed today And marriage to Perry was noth ing but a racket to make money the relative said Reported by police to have three known wives and probably a fourth Perry is accused of slaying Cora Belle Hackett 42 his third wife The body was found on the Lac Du Flambeau Indian reservation in northern Wisconsin several days ago The relative who preferred to remain unnamed because of fam ily complications said Perrys ap parent affair with Mrs Hackett was but one of a series of want ad loves Wanted Knsy Money Four years ago the relative said Perry asked me to go with him on what he called a love racket raid He said it was easy to get women to fall for you and then take their money As police reconstructed the Hackett affair Perry met her in Chicago after advertising for a woman companion to drive to California They were married and Tlim lo Pnjre 2 Column INDORSES ONLY 4 CHICAGO JUDGES Jar Association Says Lyle Should Not Be Elected Again CHICAGO Oct 10 Chi ago Bar association committee oh andidates in its preelection rec mmendation to members yesterday eclared that a majority of the municipal court judges running for eelection Nov 4 are unqualified or the bench One of the five judges which the ommittee declared should not be eelected was Judge John H yle who has been a leader In the agrancy war against public nemies and known gangsters The report was prepared by a lommittee composed of 16 former residents of the bar association It s one of the customary prelimin aries to the bar associations pri mary a copy being mailed with a allot to each member of the asso ciation Only four of the 10 sitting mu nicipal judges running for reelec ion were found to be qualified by he report These are Judges Ham in Jonas Lupe and McKinley SENTENCE T ON NARCOTIC LAWS Clear Lake Charles City am Nora Springs Men in Federal Case CEDAR RAPIDS Oct 10 Judge George C Scott of Sioux Cit sentenced seven persons charge with violations of the prohibitio and narcotic laws in federal cour yesterday They arc Ray Riggen berger of Clear Lalte 60 days in th Cerro Gordo county jail Dr H W Emeny Eldora fine Albcr Wagner Nora Springs Henry Engl of Oakes N Dak Lonnie Tonn o Charles City and Lavern Friend o Charles City each 30 days in th county jail and Dr H S Dcchto of Victor 90 days ORDERS GUT TO DRY UP BOSTON rOUR ARE DEAD Wets Drys Argue Blame in Legion Convention Conditions BOSTON Oct 10 Orders Were out today to dry up Boston as wets and drys engaged in bitter de aate to fix the responsibility for iquor conditions during the Amer ican Legion convention which re sulted in the deaths of four and ne cessitated ths treatment of 358 per sons in Boston hospitals Jonathazi Lewis federal prohibi ion administrator for New England ssued orders for a clean up by his agents after Paul E Leary Little Falls N Y Legionnaire had been fined in federal court for boot egging Leary agents said had in his possession 10 quarts of liquor Capitalized Convention Scores of cases of temporary ilindness and paralysis were report ed at the city hospital the Legion hospital in the Cadet armory and the Haymarket relief station Hun dreds of cases hospital officials said had ben treated in their out latient departments It was believed lhat the total treated since last Saturday night would run close to GOO persons Lewis denied having n hands offpolicy for the Legion conven tion and said the arrest of intoxi cated persons was purely a local police function Ho was explicit in T ONDON Oct 10 air ministry tonight was informed that the monoplane Columbia had landed at Tresco in the Scilly Is lands completing her second trans Atlantic voyage It was understood that the Colum bia would not proceed to Croydon tonight Tresco is nar St Marys in the Scilly Island and is off the coast of Cornwall It is one of the most out lying spots off the southwest coast t England Flyers Both Safe No details of the planes landing were received but apparently Capt Irrol Boyd Canadian airman and is companion Lieut Harry P Con or American flyer and navigator vere safe The message to the air ministry did not explain the mystery of why he Columbia landed on Tresco Is and Only five of the rocky Scilly alands are inhabited and Tresco is one of them The islands lie 25 miles off Lands End which is the southwesterly tip of the British mainland Sighted 20O MUesOut The only word previously received Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal Oct it aint one calamity hits us its another Did you read where Jessie Livermore E F Hutton Mar shall Field Fre l in g h u y sen Sloan of Gen eral Motors and Farrell of U S Steel and a host ol othera havo been buying their antique furniture in Eng land before it was even aged in the wood They couldnt make these antique high boys fast enough for our new rich old boys This expose will bring a hardship on our wealthy Its liable to force em to use Ameri can made furniture Us middle class over here never have to worry about hav ing old furniture to point out to our friends We buy it on pay ments and before its paid for its plenty antique Yours WILL ROGKRS Turn to 2 Column Columbia at 2 aTm C S T about 20u mileV off Lands End The report that the Columbia had landed even in the rockribbed ScJlly Islands brot a feeling of re lief to the watchers gathered at Croydon airport since officials had estimated that the airplane ought to arrive at p m Evening had fallen and flares were being lit at the airfield for the guidance of the airmen when the air ministry at p m re ceived the report of the Columbias arrival at Tresco The transAtlantic airmen were more than 150 miles south of their projected course when with dark ness rapidly falling they brot their plane down on the tiny island of Tresco Second Ocean Flight It was the second time that the gallant little monoplane had crossed the north Atlantic In 1927 she flew across Atlantic from Roosevelt field to Germany cover ing an estimated distance of 4500 miles in 42 hours On that flight Clarence Chamberlin was the pilot while Charles A Levlne was a pas TTirn to PftRfi 2 Column LEGION EXODUS 8ETS UNDER WAY 1200 Delegates and 100 000 Visitors Start Trek Homeward BOSTON Oct 10 of the 1200 delegates to the twelfth annual convention of the American Legion and upward of 100000 visit ors was in full swing today The final session of the conven tion saw the election and installa tion of Ralph T Dyke ONeil Har vard graduate and Topeka Kans lawyer as national commander in succession to O L Bodenhamer El Dorado Ark real estate and oil man the naming of five vice com manders and the election of the Rev Jos Barnett Episcopalian of Osh kosh Wis as national chapfciin Beside the choosing of officers two other matters of Importance were disposed of by the Legion be fore it struck tent to meet next year at Detroit It defeated an at tempt by the New York state dele gation to place it on record against prohibition and it downed by an overwhelming majority a proposal to petition congress to order the im mediate payment of adustcd com pensation certificates up lo SO per cent of their face value Former Congressman to Serve Six Months on Liquor Violation BALTIMORE Md Oct 10 Manuel Herrick former Oklahoma congressman arrested In August while working at a liquor stil in southern Maryland was sentenced today in federal district court to six months in jail for the manufac ture and possession of liquor IOWA WEATHER Mostly fair Frldny night Saturday partly cloudy nnd Komeuhiit unsettled Not much chnngo In temperature LOCAL STATISTICS American Beet Sugar companj weather fiugres for 24 hour period ending at 8 a m Friday Highest Thursday 18 Lowest In Night 60 At 8 A M Friday 65 Early temperature Friday indi cated the mercury would probablj make a new maximum record for October   

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