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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 8, 1930, Mason City, Iowa                                CO r1 MARLON E R HIS MEM ART OF IOWA OF S MOINES I A North Iowas v DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home VOL XXXVII GENTS PER COPY ASSooxATED PRESS LEASED WIRE NEWSPAlKK THAI ALL NOKTH 1OWANS NK1UHBOUS EDITION MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY NOVEMBER 8 1930 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE On Drinkers Voting Dry List to Be Demanded by Public Says Stewart By CHAKLES P STEWART ASHINGTON Nov 8 CPA Few senators or r e p r esentatives are so unsophis i ticated as not to realize that the public suspects the presence of many wet drink ers among dry voting members of congress The wet drink ers dp not mind being merely sus pected The threat of having a list of their names pub lished is more serious matter Indeed the knowledge that such a list is in existence gives them cold shivers A ND THERE is a list in existence Its existence has been officially admitted Moreover its publication is sure to be demanded when the lawmak ers gather in Washington in Decem ber Senator Brookhart of Iowa al ready has announced that he will demand it No one who has the slighest acquaintance with the Hawkeye solon doubts that he will do all and more than all that he promises The lowan is not a wet drinker himself and has not a par ticle of sympathy for those who like a shot occasionally The dryvoting wet drinkers great is that hey cannot very well fight Senator Brookharts de mand Ifthey do they are certain to be accused of having personal reasons for doing so THE LIST as has been widely ad vertised is Bootlegger George L Cassiday3 list of his congressional customers No peril is involved in referring to asabootlegger He has writ a concerning rWd tHe seriU W M der GeorgV drunkiture George maiwi the green hat who actually C3 erated his cutting plant for a long time in a room in the representa tives office building and afterward Turn to paife 2 column 1 FORMER IOWA U TEACHER TRIED Mrs Warhurst Given Proba tion on Shoplifting Charge in Chicago CHICAGO NOV s Mary Warhurst 40 who said she was a former dramatic instructor at the University of Iowa Des Moines and Iowa Wesleyan was granted probation today by Judge Edgar A Jonas when arraigned for shoplifting Police said they had in vestigated and found her claims true She was arrested last week when she attempted to walk out of a loop store with a coat and two blouses under her arm Detectives later found 5300 worth of merchan dise in her hotel room Mrs Warhurst told the court she came to Chicago with her husband in September in search of work She obtained a position in an office she said but after three weeks in which she had not received any pay she learned that her employer had no funds to pay her It was then she said that she started stealing from stores FARM JPPLEMBNTAL SERVICE NO he and went daugh III de Taylor ent that BY live onc BBBBvH Hi Jmanu New York Attorney Arrested for Selling Loot POLICE SEEKING BONDS TAKEN IN LINCOLN HOLDUP Dewey AUNT HET By Robert Quillen Rich or no rich Jim neednt put on airs around me I knowed him when he et with his knife an never used a fork except to comb his mustache Arrest Follows That of Berlovitch Des Moines JUEW YORK Nov 8 Franklin 1 P Ferguson 41 years old an attorney was under arrest today while police sought in bonds identified as part of the loot taken in the 51000000 daylight robbery of the Lincoln National bank of Lincoln Nebr Sept 17 Ferguson was arrested at the Harvard club and charged with re ceiving stolen property yesterday after he attempted to sell the bonds thru Jepson Tremaine and com pany security brokers in whose office he had desk room There were 15 bonds in the pack et 10 of the American Telephone and Telegraph company and five of the MissouriPacific Railroad com pany Identified as Loot They wire identified as part of the Lincoln bank robbery loot when they were sent by Jepson Tremaine and company to J R Smeltzer and company bond brokers where a cashier checked their numbers They were sent back to Jepson T2semaine and company with worn tbey had bonds were returned to Ferguson who saic he would take them back vlo the man who had given them to him to sell Police said he told them he un expectedly in Grand Central term inal met a friend Raymond Sims a security dealer In Boston who told him he had worth of bonds which had been entrusted to him to settle an estate Would Sell Bonds Ferguson said he offered to dis pose of the bonds for Sims and agreed to meet himat yester day afternoon with in cash After being told the bonds were stolen he said he took them to the hotel designated as the rendezvous Turn to page 2 column 2 TRAIN ROBBERY DONE EXPERTLY Thoro Work of Bandit Gang Leaves No Clews for Officers OAKLAND Cal Nov 8 The thoro methods of the outlaws who robbed a Southern Pacific local train of at Nobel Cal terday left authorities little in the way of clews today Search centered in the hills east of San Francisco bay where it was believed the band of five to seven may have a hideout and in the known rendezvous of underworld characters in the bay cities The uniformity of dress of the coveralls yellow caps and white officers from obtaining good de scriptions Armed and Masked The dispatch with which the rob bers worked indicated they were familiar with the transportation of valuable mail and the shipments which carried when it left Oakland at 7 oclock yesterday morning on its daily run to Tracy Cal One of the bandits armed aiid masked who apparently had board ed the train at Berkeley made hia way to the locomotive as it ap proached Nobel and ordered Engi neer R E Lemery to stop There the bandits companions armed with automatic rifles pistolK and sawed off shotguns waited in It stolen automobile The entire train was immediately covered with their battery and a only one to Turn In paic 2r column 1 Lewis Wants to Lose His Reputation of Bad Boy Novelist Fired First Week by Waterloo Paper By RICHARD MASSOCK NEW YORK Nov 8 clair Lewis Nobel prize winner of 1930 would like to be rid of his bad boy reputation He has been called names against his tall thin nervous redtiaired satirist who put Main Street and Babbitt into the American vocabulary Critics have called him a roman tic realist a reformer He has been accused of attacking small towns civic boosters preachers doctors businessmen all because he went to them for his characters His Own Opinion I wish said Lewis theyd just let me be a novelist He has his private opinion of the middle west but he insists on keep ing it private He prefers to talk about his at tempts at journalism or better yet the star reporting of his wife Dor othy Thompson Lewis He has an almost childlike ad miration his wife once said for anyone who can hold a job on a newspaper Lewis couldnt His first news paper work was in New Haven Conn whije he was attending Yale It was the only newspaper job I wasnt fired from he said After I left New went to the Waterloo Courier at 518 a week I was editorial writer proof reader telegraph editor and dram atic critic I was fired in the middle of the first week The editor came to me and said Ive got a telegram from your successor What I said Ive got a telegram from your successor I didnt want to say any thing until I heard from him But well give you a full weeks pay We want our boys to leave satisfied Lewis came to New York For a few weeks he was with the Charity Organization society interviewing applicants for charity He didnt fit there either Sold One Joke So he borrowed and went to California The father of Stephen Vincent Benet the poet wag com mander of the arsenalat Benlca H put Lewis up In the arsenal for Lhree months Lewis stayed in California about a year and wrote poetry short stories and jokes He sold one thing joke He worked on the old San SINCLAIR LEWIS Tum n PBRB 2 column 4 Justice of the Peace First 10 Couples Free DUNLAP Nov 8 cele brate his success in Tuesdays elec tions W C Houts hardware dealer today had this sign in his store Justice of the peace First 10 counles free Hnrrvi Charles City Tractors Go Down South CHARLES CITY Nov 8 prosperity special train moving 184 Oliver HartParr tractors to purchasers in Texas left today for Dallas Tex The tractors which represent an investment of more than were sold to Texas farmers com panyy officials said Cars of the train carried banners Prosperity specials DEMOCRATS TO AID PRESIDENT Party Leaders Promise Not to Try to Embarrass Hoover ov 8 Into the confused congressional sit uatlon brot about by the near dead lock of election results seven dem ocratic leaders today had thrown a pledge of nonobstruction The executive heads of the party and three former democratic pres idential nominees last night issued a statement claiming dominance of the legislative branch of govern ment but asserting the party would place the welfare of the country and the restoration of prosperity ahead of political advantage and the desire to show power Ignoring the latest compilation of results which gave the republicans the narrowest of majorities in both senate and house they said the democrats to the extent of their ability would steer legislation in the next congress Not Bo FOOTBALL SCORES Iowa Marquette Iowa State Missouri 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final Notre Dame Penn Northwestern Indiana Michigan Harvard Illinois Army Ohio State Navy Other Games Obstructive The seventysecond congress will not be an obstructive body they said It will not seek to embarrass the president of the United States but will be glad to cooperate with him and with members of the op posite party in the house and sen ate in every measure that conduces to the welfare of the country There will be no holding up of necessary appropriations no rejec tion of fit appointees to important places merely because these ap pointments are made by a president of the opposite party Their statement came on the reels of the only expression President Hoover has permitted himself in regard to the election It was a single sentence The job for the country now is to concentrate on measures of co operation for economic recovery1 Pledge Has Signatures The democratic pledge bore the signatures of James M Cox John W Davis and Alfred E Smith the last three presidential candidates of the party Senator Joe T Robinson and representative John N Garner the party leader in congress and John J Raskob and Jouett Shouse Turn to pnRe 2 entumn 3 SPELL OF THE EAST A Treat Lies in Store for GlobeGazette Readers rpHE REV THOMAS ANDERSON pastor of the Con Jgregational church of Charles City returned not long since from an extended tour thru the Mediterranean countries including Egypt Palestine Syria Turkey and Greece In n series of some 15 condensed articles Mr Ander son is going to present some of his observations and im pressions In a remarkable degree this Charles City pastor has been endowed with an ability to write Interestingly and select subjects which command a universal interest GlobeGazette readers will find this a highly worth while series of letters Watch for the opening installment In Mondays edition FIRST Coo C Cnrleton 0 Cornell 7 Knox 0 Lehlgh IS Princeton 0 Georgetown 0 Boston college U Syracuse 0 Perm State 0 Fordham 0 Detroit 0 Carnegie Tech 0 Pitt 0 jFurdue 0 Chicago 0 t Wisconsin 7 South Dakota State o SouA Dakota U 0 Minnesota 19 Nebraska 7 Kansas 0 SECOND Kansas Aggies 7 West Virginia 7 Georgia 0 N V U G Yale 15 DIfred 0 DePnuw 7 Boston University 7 Colgate 47 CoIumUa 0 Alleghany 7 Dartmouth 36 TROLLEY BUCKS 2 BOYS KILLED Policeman and 3 Children Injured by Runaway Streetcar CINCINNATI Ohio Nov 8 Two boys were killed today and three other children and a police man were injured seriously by a runaway streetcar which got be yond control of a motorman crashed into a motionless automo bile and hurled into the group of children who were being led across a street by the officer Joseph Barg a witness said the patrolman had signaled heavy traffic to halt to allow five boys to cross a street when the brakes failed to hold on the streetcar go ing down Gilbert avenue an arterial highway and the streetcar ran wild ramming the automobile and hurl ing it sidewisc into the youthful pedestrians Several passengers on the street car were bruised but escaped serious injury TROUBLES MOUNT FOR BEER BARON Gangsters Arrest Ordered on Charge of Contempt of Court CHICAGO Nov 8 mounted upward today for Terry Druggan reputed beer baron and public enemy Municipal Judge John Lyle made he latest addition to his grief by ordering his arrest on a citation for lontempt of court His action wa aken on recjuest of Harry S Ditch lurne assistant states attorney was based on the allegation that Druggan has wilfully deceived ourt concerning various illness vhich prevented his appearance for agrancy In addition Druggan faces trial on n income tax evasion charge anil ias been the object of an intensive iunt In which investigators raided ils downtown hotel finding they ad a letter Implicating him in a Iot to assassinate Alfone Caponc Markets at a Glance NEW YORK Stocks weak representative shares penetrate new low ground Bonds irregular rails conlsnui decline x 1 Curb wealc Cities Service lead sharp break CHICAGO steady weak Wai street and light export demand beneficial rains ant larger country offerings to eak CITIESERVICE SETS 1930 LOW Pressure Upon Investment Rails Upsets Security Market NEW YORK Nov 8 selling of Cities Service widely held curb market stock and renewed pressure against the investment rails on the stock exchange un settled the security markets today after an early interval of firmness Cities Service which broke widely late yesterday was heavily offered The opening was a 30800shnre block at off 75 cents to a new 1930 low It rallied feebly for a few minutes but gave way under severe pressure and reacted to around The loxvest point touched last year was Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal Nov late edition brings in news of another belated demo cratic victory If they keep on counting by Monday Al Smith will be in Did you ever hear of as crazy a law as Ken tucky has They make em wait 24 hours before counting the votes thats to give the counters a chance to think it over and be honestT Twentyfour hours is supposed to make you honest in Kentucky why not wait till both candidates are dead then there can be no crookedness shown then they wonder why we dont take our lawmakers serious Yours WILL ROGERS ELEVATOR ft FROM 7 STA MEET a dozen for the and ients in of the his for tock de Taylor that live one manu Mason they ity with here of the rtmeiit a small aver 6m Cor n Tracy orm Organizatiot Up CoConey for Units BY US am knew itatute of ked Bill REPRESENTATIVES ot er elevator prom en middle western states me Hotel Hamord Saturday tiintl then their oppositon to the grain fame eva ing plan proposed by the nlng too farm board and to take constrne steps to protect and to keep tl operative elevator movement beng broken down It was the unanimous opii decision spokesmen from the various at the meetng which convex oclock Saturday mornng imlto the setup of the farm board anay wncn endeavors of promoters on attached plan was tending1 to grain marketing organizatio prove that up in the past 30 years The ers also voiced thcr opinion t effort of the farm board to contracts from the individual vators to market thru regloiN aniztiona was tending to down Vie competitive malT system now existing and ths pressing the prices imber ot From Seven States orry for FORM ALLY MADE v f f Stirrison Tells of Move After Meeting With President 1I7ASHINGTON Nov 8 V United States today recognized the new government in Brazil The announcement of this gov ernments favorable attitude was made by Secretary Stimson after a conference with President Hoover The present government in Brazil came to power by a coup which overthrew the administration of Washington Luis Point in Doubt A point of doubt in regard to he new administration in Brazil was whether it was a successor to hat of Luis thus eliminating the necessity for a formal rerecogni tion or whether it was a new re gime in its entire makeup and con rol The secretarys statement indi ated however that the United States extended full recognition to he new regime The American ambassador at lio received a note some days ago he statement said from the de acto government of Brazil setting orth the composition of the present government stating that it will re ipect national obligations contract Turn lo paisf 1 column 4 Representatives were Minnesota North Dakota Dakota Kansas Nebraska and Illnois Leaders of the merit were also expected to meetng opened with i vrdc dock Minn president of sota Grain Dealers associaC on the chairman and of R B Delavan 111 idee president Illinois associaion as seci Expressions from the various c were then called for Mr Fredrickson stated that a he at first believed the farm efforts would become a jh the he farmer it was now becoj evident that the program suggl y the farm board was not one vhich to build terminal marJteT cllitles It was time he addedu have he farmers elevators took steHP is protect themselves No Substitute Claim s jg We feel there Is no substil or the farmers elevators said il Turn lo unite 2 column J Madame Jeritza Objects to Family Diva Files Charge of Defamation Against Author VIENNA Nov 8 Jer itza who is piquant as Carmen ma jestic as Turandot and compelling as the Girl of the Golden West ob jects to being depicted in a book named Riffraff She has filed charges of defama ion of character against Dr Mul er Guttenbrunn Austrian writer Because of alleged picturization of icr and her husband Baron von Popper in his book ofHbat title The action is being handled by Hme Jcrltzas attorney the diva herself being in New York Riffraff portrjys 1 household constantly embroiled in sordid liti The soprano hearing of its pending publication thot it might refer to her own household and pro cured nn injunction against Its pub ication while it was still in gnlley roof Baron von Popper at the New York residence of the famous so ornno said his wifes action was of criminal nature and was buinR irosccutofl by the Vienna police au thorities The writer he explained is a rotherlnlaw of a maid whom Mme Jcrltza dismissed some time ago Later he wrote this book MADAME JERITZA to be nasty and contracted to have it printed So far as I have been able to learn the printers considered it offensive and Informed the police The volumes were seized o be gov some o do Democrat in Alaska Ahead of JUNEAU Alaska Nov 8 George Grigsby democrat extendeour his lead of 16 votes to 86 in his raciirj against James Wickersham lican for delegates to with seven additional precincts Sn the counted list today k We3 IOWA WEATHER eiec Generally fair Saturday nigh1 but nnil Sunday Somewhat warmest tcn In southeast and extreme cos portions Saturday night LOCAL STATISTICS you GlobeGazette weather figures ilame 24 hour period ending at 8 oplciff la Saturday morning to Maximum Friday 63 Minimum In Night 88 At 8 A M Saturday November has a reputation 3 s being a somber month to weather of the first week tne tem month has failed to bear es try and bad name Every day except temperature has been above g Ing the day and the night mli Wright have not been greatly belion which freezing mark itl weu to WEEKS FORECAST Weather outlook for the wt ginning Monday Nov 10 FKE northern and central great jtics say and the upper Mississippi and50 year Missouri valleys Mostly fainen a bus possibly rain or snow north e It costs first of week and again at mild first of week colder at warmer again nt close VBOUNO rle teams field but ilTY jof defeated rmly con liars are Is yout irrled   

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