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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 2, 1931, Mason City, Iowa                                r or M 0 I JOVA E S I Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home HOME VOL XXXVII FIVE CENTS ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE SERVICE SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE Shortage of Gold Seen Apparent Paradox Is Thot Factor in Slump CHARLES P STEWART i j 1 Jan 2 With the lions share of the worlds gold in Uncle S a ms treasury vaults in a gold shortage niay seem like a paradoxical thing for economists to suggest as one of the causes of the business depres sion Neve rtheless some of them do suggest it Of course in doing so they mean an international not a shortage In this country or France which like America has if anything a surfeit of the precious metal France to be sure does not ap pear to suffer from its plethora if itbe one but is instead tolerably prosperous in the midst of other peoples period of adversity As for the United States assuming that too much of this particular good thing really amountsvto a handicap it is only rather indirectly so in the opinion of Chairman Peter Norbeck r5 the senate committee on banking and currency It doubtless folows he agrees from the fact that we have more gold than we need that our neigh bors have too little and their em FRES WILLIAM STILSON L9 m Panama President Res Torn to 2 Column TAMPA SLEUTH DEATH Womans Voice Slew Detective x TAMPA Fla Jan 2 vol ley of pistol shots killed John E Jones 52 old detective last night as he sat in a parked motor car m the outskirits of the citv with Mrs Hattie L Steward widow of the former president of the Stew aidMellpn Tile company of Tampa Mrs Steward said her companion was slam by a man who talked like a woman The assailant she related approached the carsaid now Ive got you where I want you and be gan firing thru the door of the closed She was detained by Sheriff R T Joughlin for further J S CITIZEN IS ONE OF 10 SLAIN DURING BATTLE Rebel Leader Left at Liberty to Form Cabinet DANAMA CITY Jan 2 A President Arosemena overthrown In a sudden revolt this morning this afternoon named Harmodio Arias premier of Panama then re SEld J13 Presidcnt leaving Arias at liberty to form a new cabinet This arrangement was reaped in a conference between the president and the revolutionary leaders It leaves Arias and his party in full charge of the government Premier Daniel Ballen also signed but the status of vice presi dent Tpmas Gabrial Duque was not immediately ascertained Wounds Are Fatal Hartwell P Ayers American newspaper correspondent who was wounded in the fighting which ac companied the mornings successful revolt died at noon in the Gortra hospital 6 The revolutionists captured police headquarters and established their own patrol of civilian guards An directed against the palace which surrendered after a brief skirmish Atleast 10 persons were killed score or so wounded in the fighting about the palace and the police station Hartwell P Ayers an American newspaper corres wounded and physicians at Gorgas hosplta held out little hope for him Sends 500 Police While political leaders and repre sentatives of Spain Italy Cuba an Costa Rica conferred with Roy T Davs the United States minister Deports came from Colon that th governor of that province had dis patched 500 Colon police to sup Arosemena the Panama PRESIDENT RESIGNS MARINES SCOUR HILLS FOR BAND OF INSURGENTS Eight Americans Killed Two Wounded in Nicaragua ivr Nicaragrua Jan a ia A strong United States marine patrol under command pf Capt Er nest Russell today scoured the hills adjacent to Achuapa In an effort to meet the Sandino followers who am bushed a marine patrol Wednesday killing eight and wounding two At marine headquarters ft was from Captain Russell Both the wounded soldiers will re coyer physicians said They are Pnyate Mack Hutcherson of Shreve port La whose left arm was shat tered and Private Fank Austin Jackson of Lawrenceville Qa who has multiple gunshot wounds in his legs arms and body Sfath Hutcherson and Jackson are resting in the marine field hospital at Managua Private Edward El was among the on the running board of the motor car and expressed the opinion that ir the shots had been fired from the outside the glass would have brok en inside the automobile Mrs Steward said after the shoot Ing she called for help and fired the officers gun in the air without success and then walked four miles to a telephone and summoned po presumably fired from automatic pistol Jones pistol was of 38 caliber Jones came here from Birmingham Ala where he had been a detective for 10 years 12 Italian Seaplanes Will Take Off Monday it i governor minimized the importance of the revolt At tributing it to a comparatively Turn to Poffc 2 Cotann PROBjALLEGED BANK ROBBERY Officials Close Bank to Wait for Time Lock to Be Opened CHICAGO bank examiners closed the doors of National bank an investjgation Qf President BiorenoioH Arose mena of Panama whose govern ment was overthrown by a sud den and unexpected revolt resident Arosemena resigned Injections of Serum Keep J off re Alive Ti A TSTci T WASHINGTON Jan 2 Frederic Bradman commandant o 5rL marines in Nicarague toda held full authority to cope with th hftnnira i Following Hevolt Will Rogers BEVERLY HILLS Cal Jan 2 believe my Christmas wish of not having our big men pre dict on New Years did some good anyhow Got a lovely wire from Charles Schwab and we were gratified to find his pre dictions miss ing Thursday morning Of course some of em you cant stop j P sioan will be predicting as long as hislini ment lasts Tom Lamont pre dicted for J P Morgan not a difficult guy to predict for Morrow wisely said nothing If we could have eaten and Predictions 1930 we would have the fattest nation on earth Yours WILL JOHN J RASKOB CHIEF CREDITOR OF DEMOCRATS Republicans Campaign at I Half Cost of Rival Party WASHINGTON Jan 2 loL Pwditures of 612647 for 1930 were ported to the clerk of AMONG FIRST HERE l 2 deep m a coma from which ysicians did not exPect him to awake remained alive today one of them indicated thru injections of serum Dr Boulin meeting newspaper hospital of st of his men had only brief details of the skirmish which resulted ia the greatest single Toss tne American troops have suffered since entering Nicaragua in 1927 to meet the challenge of the rebel leader Augustino Sandino Immediate withdrawal of the ma rines from Nicaragua was proposed JtaT Senator democrat No Orders Issued In the meantime Brig Gen Myers assistant to the command a to Rio De Janeiro will take off Mon day for Port Natal Brazil the ministry announced been swung shut and the SrS12clc set for lta maximum run f an examina I tu impossible until Sunday after The final coma which will take Can be foreseen from a half to threequarters of an hour n advance by acceleration of the pulse which has been 140 since ves erday J Remains trriconscious The patient remains unconscious Heavy doses of a serum are being njected which should permit th marshal to tonight Tnrnto PUBO Z Cnlnmn GANGSTERNELD IN LINGLE DEATH Former Member of St Louis Egans Rats Gang Is IONIA BUILDINGS DESTROYED inies Gauiie Mucfi Dam age Four Firetrucks Come From 3 Towns sSra ivsaavs The republican congressional campaign committee reported it had pent 5264995 while the republican senatorial committee said its dis bursements totaled 550 203 The democratic national commit e closed the year with a deficit of 38222 of which 5225250 was owed to John J Raskob committee chairman Owes Trust Company The democratic committee also owed to the county trust company New York 54104 to the Postal Telegraph company of New York and to Frank Kidman of New York a tn the year loaned to the committee the last JnstaUment of being W B Stilson 99 who was among the firat settlers in this section died Friday morning at his homo Another picture will bo found on page 5 structures were and three others were a Two fire trucks from New B Nashua and flames 7 t0 battle the A two story frpme structure be M whMe hauf wTs destroyednHeaSadanr01 n If additiou to thi3 vas also destroyed In a brick structure part of was vacant and part of which vas occupied by the First state avmgs bank was damaged The orton occupied bv the bank was aved but that which was vacant was badly damaged The Albert wolf shoe shop and dwelling was also damaged The fire was discovered about 10 o clock this morning by Adeline Jenrfess small girl who is visiting here She noted flames on the A M Herzog building roof and turned The republican congressiontisld tnittee received 5249482 also11 e ing the year with a deficit wll the disbursements of the senatorial committee were eifactlv the same as receipts Aided Dickinson republican senatorial com the expendi in 1030To Senator McNary 55250 J A Hanlon Mon tana 510000 Representative Dick inson Iowa Senator Mc South Dakota 52500A H rrt WOOO Representa tive Pritchard North Carolina Are Clasped by Hoovers CAME TO NORTH IOWA IN 1856 IN SNOWSTORM Career of Civil War Sheriff of County Colorful WILLIAM B STILSON Civil war sheriff of Cerro Gordo county the first adventurers into North Iowa died Friday morn his residence 123 First street any other resident Final arrangements for the fu neral had not been completed Fr day but the sevices were ejected the R MndaV w h 5ev Jewel L Pckett pastor of the First Baptist church officiating of the Masonic order of wh ch Mr was a member will have a part in the service Remarkable Memorv ife Mr Stllson hto l i perfect heatl his last illness Despite his age he remaricable memory and was able to recall Incidents of hhI eariy Mr Stilson ts survived hy a shook hands with the lr 7ote was cast for James ftident and Mrs Hoover was ex Fremont the first republican actly 0429 w nominee at Chippewa Falls Wls iS But there was nothing mechanical Mr for 1860 Dout tlm f SUlsons colorful career as 111 One Or rllo nvinin1 J on the e B Holt Las LU HUQ inBIT OWn ideas to the store of tradition built up around white house functions Beeame Community Lender league of America wns other receipts received tn been Mabel Lyman of Wnl Mass with a donation of William A Billyl Sunday Wmona Lake Ind spent 5C93 away lapsed into which was by those present as muc more like sleep than the apparently final stage of an illness which the marshal has fought with all the ob stinacy of his being Lies Perfectly SU1 was r help AUNT MET By Robert Qnillen is to have been aajsxsasiswi Loeffler a of Egan s rats gang of St Louis was captured 13 days ago He hasbeen under constant questioning since to stluctures identified him quartet had posed tentatively denies knowl aftorirsTerease Sew I he waa breathing very Malloy told detectives sh Girl Ft Arrives at Markets at a Glance NEW YORK S t o ck rails motors lead rally NEW YEARS DAY RIDE KILLS NINE 13 Months Old Baby Lone Survivor of TrainCar Collision CHICAGO Jan 2 of 10 I persons out for a New Years day automobile ride were killed when their car was struck by the Interna tional Limited Grand Trunk post enger train at a grade crossing in Harvey a suburb last night A three months old baby offset the deficit of tne democratic national committee had a balance for the current year of 56466 NEGRlSSlT FOR KIDNAPING Wealthy Family of St Louis Not to Prosecute Abductor The ie vjuvui unfitted those who brot children In way the occasion soiial as possible ST LOUIS Jan 2 to CfhWer4 Charles Y Aber An August A Busch Sn3CrBi1SC Inc Honafre brewerU3 BUSCh was returned yos T SUt nny ransom money paid Troll said let understood the d not to house greetings PROBTMAlTOF BALTIMORE FIRE One Man Killed and Syc Hur as Newspaper Plant Is Destroyed BALTIMORE Mr JM 2 investigations were started to fire which Jnst nigh Post me Pant the inerjL salvage corps and the othei by the police department Andrew D Brashears editor of Lnfi iirjiirtl to join him ui UQCK Grove now Nora Swings but tn latter skeptical about the living in a wilderness Caught In Storm Later in 1850 however Mr Stil son decided to come west and the I notice slim waists is oin to be the style for men in the ones I know aint oin to have no trouble bein stylish if times ke this tViruumaiic xoi uu jC all the cash that was in the safe and loot cd safe deposit boxes of c33fl and fIyHrH0rla fight to landed here at this She plans to fly to Berlin only survivor She was found bv rescuers in a snowfilled ditch however St wms countv n hrt SRid who is mump would bo charged with mg and St Louis police IS Aber lar ater general advances rallv Three Wans Killed When Autos Collide Honor William Walker i Jjin 2 andfiremen hlw ded near here today neral hfen Palbearers at the CIty rid Mr and I c of Folk county stock trade scllinir CHICAGO advance in Wln cash mar before the locomotive Abernathy Negro real esiate ES parent Mr and Mrs nbout the Olason of Klmhurst 111 f Olthwein boV children Calvin e Muriel t Abcrnathy WR3 ar Vilborg 4 were kilied The afternoon were Mr anrl a IGW plant would wouW 5 announcement followed jphonc conversation between P rlnquiries were started by Edwin Captain John H Minticns exaVT the tho newspaper plant nnri the death of oneP man an the injury of flix others The loi was estimated at 52000ob IOWA WEATHER Partly cloudy s o m c xv h a f warmer Jn tlm northwest and north centralportions Friday night Saturday plomly LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for at 8 rcal C3Utte advanced that Olason beheveci to have been drivinc nnt ft NEWTOKK yfive nersonq were boint treate Maximum Thursday 10 Ahovp IVIiiilmum In Night M Ab At 8 A M Friday 35 Wo closer approach to perfect weather on New Years day couldTb conceived than what unfolded fore North lowans Thursday From a nights minimum of 3 above the emperature rose under the influ ence of a south to 7 deireea above the freezing ieci during the ay and the Thursday nights min haTmark Only CW a dunlicate of its   

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