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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 5, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas Edited for the Home M H HAKLQN E Rv HIS MEM ART bEPTOF IOWA OES MO INES i A VOL XXXVII FIVE CENTS PER COPY NEWSPAPElTHAMAKES ALL Kelley Case Has Parallel Similar to Discharge 20 Years Ago of Glavis HOME EDITION UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE ASHINGTON Nov 5 F It is 20 years al most exactly since Louis R Glavis was kick ed out of his post as chief of the U S general land offices fUd di vision to the ac companiment of a red hot denun ciation from President Wil liam H account of charges made by Galvia agaiuiit Mr Tafts then secretary of the interior Richard A Ballinger The kicking of Ralph S Kelley out of precisely the same chieftain ship the other day to the accom paniment of arad hot denunciation from President Herbert Hoover on account of charges made by Kelley against interior department meth ods under Mr Hoovers secretary Dr Ray Lyman it was not quite an anniversary per formance but it did not missit by by very many weeks Glavis accused Secretary Balling er of improprieties in the granting of governmentowned Alaskan coal areas to big unduly favored fuel interests Kelley accuses the inte rior department in Secretary Wil burs hands of improprieties in the granting of governmentowned Colo rado oil shale areas to big petroleum interests PRESIDENT TAFT did not act in A Glavis case without investiga tion He referred Glavis story to his attorney general George W Wick eraham now chairman of President Hoovers law enforcement commis sion Mr Wickeraham assigned or of his assistants to dig into the mat to Pago S Column v MhiWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE G 0 P MAY LOSE CONTROL AIN CROSSING Democratic Candidate to House Only Defection in State Iowa senate 2019 precincts out of 2434 Dickinson R 254498 Steck D 192940 Wella FL 1051 Bickelberg I 378 Iowa governor2012 pre cincts out of 2434 Turner B 301204 Hagemann D 151 840 Patten C 537 Smith FL 1108 By THEODORE F KOOP Associated Press Staff Writer MO1NES Nov 5 remained true to its republican traditions in Tuesdays election choosing a1 senatorJa governor and all its state officers from that partys ticket The only defections apparently were in the second district congres sional race where a democrat led with returns nearly complete and in the state legislature where the democrats made strong gains Representative L J Dickinson with six terms of service in the nouse behind him was advanced to the senate defeating Senator Daniel Steck Iowas first democrat in Four Seriously Injured When Passenger Strikes Truck MADISON Wis Nov 5 Three men were killed and four were seriously injured when a Mil waukee road passenger train struck a Wisconsin Telephone company truck at agrade crossing here today Donald Clark Stoughton Ken neth Staunton Columbus and Charles R Thieman 31 Madison were killed almost immediately The injured areNorman Oren Stough ton Casper Preslaski Big Suamico Ernest Atkinson Stoughton and Walter Bethke Ripon Oren was not expected to recover The bodies of Clark and Staunton were the locomotive more than an hour after the accident Special railroad machinery was nec essary to lift the engine in order to recover the victims Tabulated returns by counties tor both senate and gubernatorial contests In Iowa are on the Want Ad page Georgia Democratic Front Stands Solid ATLANTA Nov 5 Georgia emerged from the general election today with its solid democratic front unscathed State offices were filled with un opposed democrats and republican efforts to break into the solid dem ocratic congressional delegation wer repulsed AUNT MET By Robert Quillen Jl9 Love may be blind the first time but a widower usually sees well enough to pick one that wont spend half her time in the hos pital the upper branch of congress in 70 years Steck made a valiant fight to retain his seat running far ahead of the democratic state ticket Hagemann Defeated Dan W Turner of Corning ad vocate of a state income tax was the governorship by a two to one majority over Fred P Hagemann of Waverly democrat He carried with him all other re publican state all but one of whom were incumbents With only a few precincts missing in the second congressional district Ben M Jacobsen of Clinton wet democrat led Representative P D Letts republican Jacobsen cam paigned for repeal of the eighteenth amendment while Letts remained silent on the prohibition question Haugen Returned Other republican congressmen ap parently were returned including the veteran G N Haugen and a republican was chosen to succeed Dickinson In most of the districts however the democratic nominees polled much higher votes than usu al Representative Lloyd Thurston In the eighth district and Representa Tum p FnKe 8 Column MURRAY NAMED IN GHICKASAW Republicans Are Victorious in County Contests Connefy Wins NEW HAMPTON Nov interest was evidenced here in the race for Chickasaw county officials but for the most part republicans piled up good leads Wednesday morning nhen nearly all votes had been counted George Murray re publican was elected sheriff over Marshal Hewitt democrat with a lead of 909 votes Ed Donahue republican defeated Frank Connely democrat for coun ty attorney with a majority of 9UO votes H R Swanger republican had a lead of 300 votes over J K Turner Head of Ticket in Cerro Gordo Steck Makes Inroads on Dickinsons Plurality A LTHO a light vote was recorded Cerro Gordo county voters manifested what interest they had in the election in helping pile up the pluralities for the republican nominees from United States sena tor on down Altho Dan Steck ran ahead of his ticket in the county as he did In al most every part of the state L J Dickinson had a two to one plurality over him in Cerro Gordo county where the vote stood 3174 to 1489 on unofficial returns from all of the 29 precincts In the1 same manner Dan Turner republican nominee for governor outstripped his ticket in the county piling up a vote of 3541 to 1056 for Fred Hagemann Haugen Gets Plurality Congressman G N Haugen v is almost three to one plurality over the democratic nominee Wilbur Peck the vote being 3191 to 1 147 28 precincts Arch McFarlane republican nom inee for lieutenant governor received a total of 3332 to 909 for C W Turn to PaRO 17 Column in TuesdaSrHn u s orom ELECTED IN IOWA HOIDALE LEADS IN MINNESOTA FarmLabor Candidate Goes Ahead of Chase for Governor Elnar district Kopp 2nd Jacobsen 3rd Robin Bon 4th Haugen 5th Cole 6th Ramseyer 7th Dow ell 9th Swanson Gilchrist luh Campbell R AH state officers below governor supreme Rl Grimm Morling State senate Wapello Stevens county State representative Poweshlek county McClain RJ Wapello coun ty Simmer R and Fabritz Webster county Rutledge Jones county Van Buren R Fay ette county Thompson Mono na county Rawlings Lucas county Randall Jefferson county Pattison Carroll county ODonnell Ma haska Reed Adams county Beath PottawattamieGreen fR and Mayne Linn Byera R and McCreery R Des Moines county Mathews R SECOND IOWA DISTRICT Total Pets Letts Jacob County Pet Rpd R Clinton 37 28 3937 22 22 2009 Jackaon 25 25 2638 Johnson 27 20 2411 Muscatine 21 21 3011 43 6652 159 21558 D NOV 5 wri democraticcandidate 0a rotatessenator had E Q votes over Thoma Schall blind republican incum WINNEBAGO ROAD VOTE IS CARRIED Floyd Road Bond Issue Is Defeated by Only 32 Votes Wirmebago countvstrongly sup Iowa Remains True to Republican Traditions DICKINSON SENT TO SENATE DAN TURNER VICTOR CHOICE OF IOWA VOTERS 8806 2023 3297 3122 1533 7933 26714 Scott43 Totals 175 FIFTH IOWA DISTRICT Total Pets Cole Cooper Pets Rpd R D 26 17 2173 11 10 28 49 2S 30 161 County Benton Cedar Grundy Jones Linn Marshall Tama Totals bent as returns from rural sec tions in Tuendays election poure in today Floyd B Olson farmerlabor can didate for governor forged rapidl ahead of Ray P Chase republican and the latter issued a statemen conceding victory Returns from 1001 precincts a 9 a m today out of 3705 gave Ol son 134836 votes Chase 90952 and Edward IndrehuS democrat who campaigned for Hoidales success but not for his own 6883 For senator 1005 precincts gave Hoidale 104504 Schall 79084 Ern est Lundeen farmerlabor candidate 47040 and Charles Lund Inde pendent dry 5543 23 15 28 49 28 30 199 1235 1273 2535 7158 2907 3455 20736 1698 765 839 2276 5997 3066 3450 18091 EIGHTH IOWA DISTRICT Total Pets Thurs Pear County Pets Adams 16 Appa noose 30 Clarke Decatur Fremont Lucas Page Ringgold Taylor Union Wayne Totals 15 22 22 15 26 21 24 21 22 234 4 8 15 12 15 6 14 20 11 7 0 112 695 564 1921 1006 1603 1160 1544 2145 924 1117 540 520 1681 1293 2070 937 1199 1966 747 910 12679 11863 VULGiJ L VCi Babcock democratic candidate for state representative J O Woodruff republican de feated Earl Connor democrat by a narrow margin of 158 for auditor DOX Makes Amsterdam in Five Hours and Half AMSTERDAM Nov 5 Domler flyingboat DoX arrived at Amsterdam at p m 1050 am C S T 5 hours and 23 minutes after the takeoff from Al tenrhein Switzerland OTHER STATES House Nebraska 4th Norton House Ohio 14th Sieberling South Dakota senate Bulow D House Wisconsin 4th Schafer R 5th Stafford House Ohio third Harlan House Oklahoma fourth Mc Keown Dj sixth Jed Johnaon seventh McClintic House Massachusetts eighUi Dallanger 14th Wigglesworth Michigan second Michiner House Minnesota 4th Maas 5th Nolan House Maryland first Goldsbor Turn to IngB 17 Column G 0 P OFFICERS WIN IN WRIGHT Walker Is Elected Auditor and Hallock Named Treasurer EAGLE GROVE Nov county officers elected Tuesdav were auditor F W Walker can treasurer H B Hallock re publican clerk of diatrict court R V Goslin republican sheriff Dan rePllblican recorder tdith M Vaughn republican coun ty attorney Roy M Henderson re publican coroner H P Walker re publican For supervisor of the fourth district of Gunderson on in dependent ticket defeated William Young republican Chicago Negro Barely Ahead in House Race CHICAGO Nov 5 UPOscar De Priest Chicagos Negro congress man was leading his opponent by a scant 163 votes early today with twothirds of the precincts in the district reported The vote wasDe Priest 13566 Harry Baker dem ocrat 13403 veJpn rau while Floyd voted down similar project by 32 votes at election Tuesday Floyd county was voting on the second issue of bonds In Winnebago county the voters 9 votes of issuing m road bonds while nega tive votes numbered 841 The pro ject was voted down in only two precincts Floyd countys totals showed 1692 votes In favor of issuing 5300 00 in road bonds with the negative vote standing at Charles City supported the issue but the rural precincts succeeded in down the pro ject Reports from all but four out of 2 precincts in Lyon county ap icared to have resulted in a defeat f a 1500000 issue of bonds Approve Bond Issue WINTERSET Nov 5 Madi ion county voters yesterday ap proved a bond Issue to pave the primary roads by a vote of 2589 to 1916 ONE KILLED AND 150 TRAPPED BY MINE EXPLOSION Expect to Find Other Later Fatalities in Disaster Ohio Nov 5 One miner was known to have been killed and between 140 and 150 others were entombed in the num ber 6 mine of the Sunday Creek Coal company here this afternoon by aterrific explosion which was fol lowed by fire The fate of the trap ped men was undetermined but min ers who escaped said there would be additional fatalities Three hundred men were in the mine when the explosion occurred About half this number was brot out many of them injured and suf fering from the effects of gas Some of those trapped were said to be sealed behind a bar a mile in side the mine The explosion shook the surround ing region Scores of women and children flocked to the mine mouth Calls went out immediately for mine rescue cars thruout the eastern Ohio coal field and doctors nurses and ambulances were summonei from a wide radius Among those trapped In the rain W6WvBTitus president of th CdaTcompsnyT Pete McKinley former sheriff of Athen county and Howard TJpsou both mine superintendents and Huber Lancaster a civil and mining engin eer of NelsonvIUe The mine Is a shaft operation POLICEFMTO CATCH CAPONE Officers Seize 13 Men and Six Guns in Raid Tip Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal Nov this day after election many a good man will find that has been re placed because he failed to bring in enough government loot from Washing ton Did you ever figure what constitutes our modern repre sentative The one that can bring home the new federal post office even if they wasnt using the old one federal aid for roads that nobody may ever drive over and a government dam Thats the height of statesman ship is to come home with a dam even if you got nowhere to put it just raid the national treasury enough and you will soon be re ferred to as a statesman Yours WILL ROGERS Markets at a Glance NEW YORK U S Steel and Vmerican Telephone Telegraph west since 1928 investment is ues quiet in expended trading utilities lead de ines CHICAGO bearish Australian stimate and weak cash markets sympathy with heat and fine weather to strong ortugal to Recognize New Brazil Government LISBON Portugal Nov 5 JPi he cabinet in a special meeting to ay decided to grant immediate re ignition to the new Brazilian gov nment on CHICAGO Nov 5 an onymous telephone call sent a police squad scurrying to a roominghouse on South Halsted street to appre hend Al Capone gangland ruler last night Capone and Ted Newterry vhom the tipster had informed would be with his new chief were not present but officers seized 13 men and six revolvers Among those apprehended were1 Frankie Rio public enemy and reputed bodyguard of Capone during a jail term in Philadelphia and Ronald V Libonati leading on the basis of early returns in the race for state representative in the seventh district Libonati said the informa tion which led to the raid was given by political foes Condition of Thompson Continues Favorable CHICAGO Nov 5 con dition of Mayor William Hale Thompson recovering from the ef fects of an appendicitis operation continued favorable today An opti mistic bulletin by his physicians last night indicated that fear of general peritonitis was passed WETS AND DRYS DIVIDE SEATS IN States Holding Referenda Vote Overwhelmingly for Repeal By D HAROLD OLIVER Associated Press Staff Wrlfer WASHINGTON Nov 5 tfets and drys divided up about equally the senate seats in yester days election where prohibition was Mason City Has Lightest Vote Cast in Many Years Total vote cast in Mason City was 2359 the smallest number in at least a decade comparing with 5310 in the corresponding election In 1926 and 8465 in the presiden tial election in 1928 The vote by precincts fa as fol lows Precinct 1926 1928 1930 First ward first precinct 771 1151 252 First ward sec ond precinct 493 813 226 Second ward first precinct 1100 1486 44 Second ward second precinct 668 Third ward first precinct 636 Third ward sec ond precinct 630 1159 275 ward first precinct 611 1007 34 Fourth ward sec ond precinct 401 679 174 1060 313 1110 327 Totals 5310 8465 235 ELECTION SUMMARY Associated Press returns com piled to p m C S T on the contests for the 35 seats in the new United States senate showed Republicans elected 13 hold overs 34 total 47 Democrats elected 20 hoJ overs 26 total 4U FarmerLabors elected 0 hold overs 1 total 1 still doubtful 2 Necessary for a majority 40 CONGRESS Election returns for the 43o house seats at p m today showed Republicans 186 Democrats elected 193 In doubt 58 including 52 seats now held by republicans Democratic gains aJ Republican gain 1 Necessary for majority 2J8 an issue while the antiprobibition sts cut into the preponderantly dry majority in the house Three states holding wet refer Rhode Island and overwhelm ngly for repeal t The antiprohibition forces made one of their biggest raids In Ohio birthplace of the AntiSaloon league Robert J Bulkley Cleveland demo crat advocate of repeal of the eigh teenth amendment won over Sena tor McCulloch republican prohibi tionist He will be the first dry law opponent Ohio has sent tp the sen ate in eight years Butler Defeated In other senatorial contests where prohibition figured the antis put over James Hamilton Lewis in Illipois against the personally dry Ruth Hanna McCormick and appar ently sent Marcus A Coolidge dem ocrat to victory in Massachusetts against William M Butler republi can supporter of prohibition Secretary Davis regarded as a dry won in Pennesylvania over Sedgwick Kistler democratliberal repeaiist Senator Hastings republi can incumbent opposed to tinkering with the dry laws defeated Thomas Bayard democratic repeaiist in Delaware Senator Walsh democrat and prominent dry leader beat his republican opponent in Montana Alber J Galen a modificationist and in Iowa Representative Dickin son republican who is claimed by the drys won over Senator Steck democrat listed as a repeaiist by the association against the prohibi tion amendment Prominent Drys Win Other prominent prohibition sup porters returned to the senate In cluded Borah republican Idaho and fahoppard democrat Texas Rhode Island which never rati fied the eighteenth amendment voted almost four to one for repeal Tom to rage 8 Column Republican Supreme Court Judges Ahead DES MOINES Nov 5 vote on three Iowa supreme court justices in 877 of 2434 precincts was as follows Albert R 118305 Grimm R 117773 Morling R 112M3 Anderson D 6QU21 Kenderdine D 65443 Porterffeld D 60109 HALF OF SENATE APT TO GO OVER TO DEMOCRATS Election Seems Headed Toward Near Tie in House Minnesota senator 2002 precincts out of 3705 Schnll H 158778 Lumleen FL 88577 Hoiclulo D 177836 Lund I 11627 By CECIL B DICKSON Associated Press Staff Writer democrats were driving to ward a possible tie in the sen ate on election returns Wednesday afternoon and appeared headed also for something approximating a tie in the house Forging into republican senate strongholds democrats already had captured seats in Ohio Kansas Massachusetts South Dakota Okla homa West Virginia Colorado and Illinois and lost but Iowa They needed the two remaining Kentucky and Minne bring the democratic sen ate strength to 48 exactly onehalf of the total membership and they were leading in both of those dis puted states Votes With G O P Such an outcome would leave the lineup of the new senate 48 demo crats 47 republicans and 1 farmer labor The single farmerlabor sen ator Shipstead of Minnesota us ually votes with the republicans on W matters of organizatiorj troi of 31 house seats now republi canThey needed only 27 more to obtain the upper hand having re tained all but one seat held in the present congress Democratic nominees were lead ing in about the requisite number of districts on the early afternoon returns but there was no definite indication who would nose out ahead Has Hard Fight Kentucky which may hold the de cision for both the senate and house did not start counting its ballots untfl Wednesday The democratic attack shook the rowns of several house republican leaders Speaker Longworth was ahead in the first Ohio district but he was having a hard fight Repre Tiirn to THRU B Column Oxley Defeated in Hancock Primaries Elected Supervisor GARNER Nov interest in Hancock couuty politics Tuesday was evidenced in the contest for supervisor F J Oxley who was defeated in the republican primar ies was elected supervisor on the independent ticket defeating Thom as H Thompson by about 110 votes With nearly all precincts in the count also showed G E Kleppin was elected supervisor Wea IOWA WEATHER Generally fir Wednesday night and Thursday Slightly colder in the extreme cast anil warmer In iho northwest por tions Wednesday night Rising temperatures in the west and central portions Thursday LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock Wednesday morning Maximum Tursdny fio Minimum in Night At 8 A M Wednesday 21 Tuesdays weather distinguished itself by rising almost to summer heat and then dropping the mercury 40 degrees to a nights minimum of 20 degrees This is the widest 24 hour range in temperature experi enced in several months in North Iowa A brisk northwest wind Wed nesday morning made Mapon City aware of tho chilliness   

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