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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 26, 1931, Mason City, Iowa                                0it CUMP E R ART OF tOrtA R un r Hfs Iowas Edited for the Home THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS mvi MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS TOL XXXVII rivaimAcre ASSOCUVTD Pass 1Mm wmE SEHVCS MASON CITY IOWA WEDNESDAY AUGUST 26 1S31 EDITION WellDivided Farm State Regards Present Systerh as Unfair By CHAKLES P STEWART A SHINGTON Aug 26 CPA a man of real ability and such a character as great num bers of people naturally trust were to hoist tho red flag in this country today said Senator Ger ald P Nye of North Dakota a very dangerous situation would be created C o mmunistic p r o p a ganda is widespread and there are ample indications that it wcmld not be In effective were the propagandists of a type to command much confi dence Personally altho I doubt that I am generally reckoned a conserva tive in my recent speeches thruout the northwest added the senator who returned lately from a stay of severalweeks in his home state and adjacent territory I havenot con sidered it out of place to counsel moderation The encouragement of further radicalism there Is not at all necessary at present or desir able T DONT LIKE the role contin tied Senator Nye of a prophet giving warning of a threatened po litical upheaval Nevertheless actu al conditions must be faced if an upheaval is to be prevented Hitherto North Dakota has suf fered with the rest of the agricul Turn In Page 2 Column 3 KFORMERlAPAN msi THIS PAPER ONB N0 243 LINDY AND ANNE ARRIVE AT GOAL New British Cabinet in Agreement nn rn imin nut iamaguchi 61 Wa His Nations Warrior for Peace TOKIO Augv 26 Hamaguchi former premier of Ja pan who won the appellation war rior for peace by his espousal of the London naval treaty despite the opposition of influential groups of extreme patriots and militarists died here today He was 61 years old Heading the government during the negotiations at London Hama guchi succeeded in obtaining Ja pans adherence to the naval treaty only by a strenuous fight which in curred the displeasure of the ultra patriots and advocates of a strong navy Nov 14 1930 after ratification of the treaty Hamaguchi was shot and seriously wounded by Tomeo Sa goya 23 who was described as hav ing been patrioticallymisguided or mentally deranged While Hamaguchi recovered slow ly Baron Shldehara the foreign minister became acting head of the government Hamaguchi resumed his duties March 10 1931 but they proved too strenous and he submit ted to two operations early in April Subsequently he resigned and Rel jiro Wakatsuki the present premier succeeded him Miss Drake and Mrs Morse Tie With 92s Frances Drake of Clear Lake runnerup in the womens state amateur meet this year was tied with Mrs E G Morse of Mason City with 92s in the womens in vitation meet at the Mason City Country club Wednesday afternoon Miss Drake and Mrs Morse were among the first players to finish AUNT MET By Robert Quillen Amy is one o the kind that thinks shes good be cause shes so dowdy she aint never been tempted MDONALD PUTS FORTHPROGRAM OF GOVERNMENT Group Prepares to Cut From Budget T ONDON Aug 26 Minister Ramsay MacDonald new national cabinet at Its firs cabinet session today reached complete agreement on methods o dealing with the nations financia crisis Mr MacDonald Stanley Baldwin the conservative leader and Si Herbert Samuel representing th liberals pledged themselves to com plete their task swiftly and effec lively Ramsay MacDonald became in f manner of speaking a British die tator today as he presided over th cabinet which is preparing to cu from the budget ex penditures Lender AVIthout Party Charged by the king with form ing the emergency government thi prime minister holds his post 0 power as an Individual but not as representative of organized labor which is now marshaling solid op position to its former leader The program which he laid ou today was not much different from that which he and Chancellor Philip Snowden tried to force thru will the labor government The plat COALITION MINISTRY TAKES HELM IN BRITAIN ly the Bam e as that on which the labor government split and fell It Is proposed that tho greater part of the money needed to balanc the budget be made available by re ducing expenses instead of by in creasing taxes Win Reduce Dele Probably the largest economy will be made by cutting the weekly unemployment dole by 10 per cent This means a jobless man and his wife who now receive about a week will get about S565 The al lowance of two shillings a week about 50 cents for each child of such a couple is not to be reduced The workers contribution to the dole fund would be increased to 25 cents a week instead of 15 cents as at present Cut Government Pay Another substantial economy which is proposed Is a reduction in the pay of government employes Cabinet ministers who get a year would lose 20 per cent Other civil service salaries would be cut on a sliding scale from 20 per cent down The lower grades of civil en trants would not be affected but even they would be subject to a cut in the bonus they now receive Even members of the house of commons may have to take a 5 per cent cut in their 2000 salaries School teachers and police would lose about 12V4 per cent of their Turn to 1flRe 2 Cnlumn Markets at a Glance NEW YORK Stocks Firm rails stiffent Bonds Irregular Argentines at new 1931 lows Curb Steady Electric Bond and Share rallies moderately Butter Foreign exchange Firm sterling and French franc improve Cotton Higher unfavorable weekly weather report Sugar Easy commission house selling Coffe Lower trade selling CHICAGO Wheat Firm fears frost Canada better export demand Corn Firm strong cash markets lack rain southwest Cattle Easy firm to higher Hogs Steady to higher Vlother and Her Two Children Burned to Death in Wisconsin BLUE RIVER Wis Aug 26 mother and two children of he John Falkner family burned to leath in a fire which destroyed heir home at Fort Andrews near here today The dead Mrs John Falkner 5 Esther Falkner 2 and Bessie alkner 3 went out ot office because of Gang Killing Stirs Police in New York NEW YORK Aug 20 gang killing while scores of crook and suspects were being rounded uj stirred the police and others to nev activity today Three men Invaded an establish ment on East One hundred and fcv tyeighth street Bronx last night strode over to a table where Theo dore Naddi 29 wns playing card with two companions and shot him dead Naddis two companions aiu the gunmen were gone when detec lives arrived The police regard the place as a speakeasy Most of the 100 men arrested in the police drive yesterday were al lowed to depart after brief formal ities None had guns Another batcl was brot in today Ripple Hit by Stone in Second Trouble in County EW HAMTTON Aug D HonorPald to Dickman at Funeral Two Services Held for Big Crowds at Fayette FAYETTE Aug to Dr John William Dickman presi dent of Upper Iowa university who md been connected with the insti tution more than 40 years and had ucceosfully guided its destinies hru periods of difficulties was paid lere yesterday afternoon by two arge crowds Because of the large number who came for the rites it vas necessary to hold an overflow service The first service was held in the chapel These impressive rites were particularly significant because around the chapel centered much of the untiring efforts of the head of the university The second ser vice was held in the local Methodist church Dr Dickman who had served as resident since 1928 died Satur day at Rochester Minn from leart disease His last illness had jeen induced by influenza suffered vhile he was engaging in a vigor us campaign for the institution Short Addresses Given The Rev John D Clinton pastor f the Fayette Methodist church at the services held in the hapel Short addresses all praising he devoted efforts of the educator were given by Dr R V Porter pas or of the Methodist church ftt Tnrn to Pace 2 Column Cansas City Man in Sioux City Hospital After Stabbing Fray SIOUX CITY Aug 26 Suf ering from wounds received in a tabbing affray James Marlowe 1 Kansas City was In a hospital oday He was expected to recover Police questioned a man who ave the name of George Rogers 7 St Louis Rogers denied any onnecticn with the stabbing but aid he and Marlowe had argued ver a loan BISHOP PAID OFF IN NOTES Bank Records Identified as Cannons in Senate In vestigation WASHINGTON Aug 26 Bank records showing that 55000 in notes held by a Virginia bank were paid off hy Bishop James Cannon Jr during the 1028 presidential campaign when he headed the anti Smith committee of Virginia were identified today before the senate campaign funds committep committee is seeking to de termine the disposition of more than 565000 given to the Bishop by E C Jameson of New York for use In the campaign and whether the law was violated in failure to report ex penditure of all the funds Had Checking Account John A Booker cashier of the Citizens Bank and Trust company of Blackstone Va related that the southern Methodist churchman had a checking account in his bank for 20 or 30 yeara Lookingover the statement Sen ator Dill democrat Washington said It is evident that a number of political contributions of one ana two or more dollads were put into this personal account Was it kept as a personal ac count all the time Inquired Dill Yes sir replied Booker Deposit of S200 Senator Dill pointed out a de posit of in the Cannon account from Raymond Robbins on Sept 21 1828 He then read from a report of Miss Ida L Burroughs treasurer of the Virginia antiSmith commit tee showing a contribution bv Robbins J So that was a political contri bution remarked Dill Senator Nye read a letter from Bishop Cannon in October 3928 to the Blackstone bank stating he had to 520000 for deposit as chairman of the Newspaper Supply company of Rlchmand Did you have any Information hat these funds were not of tho Newspaper Supply company asked Nye No sir said Booker Will Rogers HOLLYWOOD Cal Aug 20 where the Japanese jury returned a verdict oE not guilty against Lindy They not only freed him but complimented him for finding some Islands that they didnt know they had them selves Funny how they guard those forts and I dont reckon there is a fort in the world that all other nations dont know more about it than the one that owns it The labor government of Eng land fell because it wanted to cut the salaries of those that wasnt laboring Now they got a coali tion government Thats one they have when there is nothing left to divide up Yours WILL ROGERS HOOSEVELT AND TAMMANY PART Leaders Angered by Graft Policy of Governor Ready to Fight ALBANY N 26 Franklin D Roosevelt democratic governor of New York and Tam many Hall have reached the parting of the ways Angered because the governor ycsteraay refused their request for an investigation oC alleged graft and corruption in republican con trolled cities upstate Senator Jortn J Dunnigan and Assemblyman Ir win Steingut democratic leaders said they would fight to the last ditch the recommendation of Mr Roosevelt that the Hofstadter com mittee investigating New York be empowered to grant immunity to witnesses Portugese Revolt Falls LISBON Portugal Aug 26 Rebellion flared briefly today against the administration of Pres ident Oscar Carmona but failed completely Mahatma Changes His Mine About Demands Made of Viceroy SIMLA India Aug 26 Mahatma Gandhi has agreed to take part in the second round table con ference and will sail for England next Saturday it was officially an nounced today The announcement that Gandh would attend the conference came after a talk he had with Viceroy Willingdon this morning It was said to have been highly satisfactory and that the conclusions would he issued In communique form Gancllii leaving at once for Bombay Tho mahatma had previously said he would not attend the conference unless the viceroy appointed an im partial arbitration board to head his charges that duress had been used in collecting revenue taxes from peasants Now he has waived that demand accepting the viceroys assurance that the government will try in the future as it has tried In the past to observe every clause in the Delhi truce The mahatmas decision brings a sudden end to protracted disputes between himself and the govern ment and it means that all the po litical groups in India will be repre sented at the London conference and De Coppett Land at New Orleans on Flight From N Y NEW ORLEANS Aug 2S Capt James Goodwin Hall New York broker and Andre deCoppet landed here on their nonstop flight from New York today at a m C S T Captain Hall left New York at a ir today making the non stop flight in 7 hours and 14 min utes He said he believed he had established a record between the two cities The flyers beat their way thru stormy wether in the windnp of their trip and alighted in New Or lens In a rainstorm tester vras hit on nwi stone and eggs were thrown at hf car when he went to the Otto Heis elman farm five miles northeast o New Hampton this morning to tes cattle This was the second time opposition by farmers to cattle test ing has flared up recently in Chick asaw county The other time was ai Alta Vista When Dr Ripple went to the Hcisclman farm he met about 75 farmers The tester walked tip to Mr Hciselman who told him his cows were not ready to be tested yet Miula Various Remarks Then according to Dr Ripple the farmers circled about Dr Hippie and made various remarks among these being the statement that Dr Ripple was at the farm for the dol lar rather than the farmer On finding himself thwarted Dr Ripple decided to leave As lie walk ed toward his car some one in the crowd threw a stone which struck him in the leg No serious injuries resulted however Kggs Were Thrown Dr Ripple then climbed into his car and started away He said some one threw about a half dozen eggs at the auto Dr Ripple was not hit by the eggs altho several smashed on his car Dr Peter Malcolm head of tlie state department of animal hus bandry is a former resident here and for this reason any action which may be taken by state officials in Chickasaw county is watched willi especial interest Sent ArtvuiicB Notices Dr Ripple had sent advance no tices to Mr Heiselman warning him of the testing and therefore the farmer officials pointed out was well aware that his cattle should be ready to be tested It was because of this advance notice that such a large delegation was able to as semble This afternoon Dr Ripple said at Lawler where he had gtine on busi ness that he would do nothing fur ther in connection with the Heisei man herd testing leaving further action there up to the state depart ment of agriculture He said he planned lo continue with his regular schedule of testing however Dr Ripples home is in Hampton New frank Harris Noted U S Author Dies in France From Asthma NICE France Aug 26 Frank Harris noted author died here early today of an attack of asthma He was 75 years old Harris has been living In France 1922 when he sold his interest in Pearsons Magazine of which he was editor The Life of Oscar Wilde is prob ably Harris best known work A ater work My Life and Loves Utracted more attention however eing banned in many countries in cluding the United States TOKIO OUT Arrive by Train After Landing 50 Miles From Capital T OKIO Aug 26 women and children fought the police here today in a wild scramble to get a glimpse of Col and Mrs Charles A Lindbergh The famous couple entered Tokio y train this evening after landing at Kasiimiguara naval base 50 miles from the capital the official terminus of their 7132 mile flight from New York At Ueno station the Lindberghs encountered probably the most crowd in their experience Several times the crowd became unmanageable and for a time it looked as tho the Lindbergh auto mobile would be overrun Police Kept Uusy The police were taxed to the ut most to keep the crowd away Completing the last lap of their long flight the Lindberghs arrived it Kasiimiguara at p m p m CST last night after a 613 mile flight from Ncmnro They were received by Admiral Abo minister of the navy W Cam iron Forbes American ambassador jnd other notables while a crowd sent up a chorus of cheers The crowd surged forward hoping for a closeup view of the famous couple but sailors held it back The Lindberghs seemed somewhat any lit first but after shaking hands with Admiral Abo W Cameron Forbes American Ambasador and other officials and seeing their piano at thd hands of 60 sailors they appeared at ease Pays Colonel Tribute In greeting theLindberghs Ad miral Abo paid tribute to the Colonel for his nonstop flight from New York to Paris in 3927 adding I am heartily glad for the op portunity of meeting personally a gallant figure ai Lindbergh n my own country and especially n our naval airport Then smilingly turning to Mrs jindbergh he praised her as the irst woman to fly across the north ocean and said We have the greatest admir ation and1 respect for your courage tnd endurance Mrs Lindbergh in iccompanying your husband on his hazardous route over which Tou have come Referring to the Lindberghs as messengers of peace the Admiral aid their visit to Japan tended to trengthcn the friendly relationn ctwccn this country and the United Slates Umlborgh Expresses Thanks Responding Colonel Lindbergh aid he wanted to take advantage f the opportunity to thank the apanese for the hospitality re civedsince we first landed in your ounlry not only here but every vhere we have been We are looking forward with great anticipation to spending a hort time in Japan and having the pportunity of meeting and know ng more of your people I thank rou The flight in New York uly 29 By easy stages the Lintl erglii traversed Canada and Alas ft edgingnorthward all the while nd following a relatively straight m o Ingn 2 Column ail Term Added to Fine Given Lea Jr in Bank Fraud Case ASHEVILLE N Car Aug 26 M V Barnhill today langcd the sentence of Luke Len r convicted yesterday of conspir cy to defraud the Central Bank id Trust company from a fine of 25000 to two to six years in pri on or a fine tho prison entcnce to be suspended upon pav cnt of the fine IOWA WEATHER Generally fair Wednesday night iml Thursday Homewlmt warmer Thursday In central ami cast portions LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for t hour period ending at 8 oclock Vednesday morning Maximum Tuesday Minimum in Night 4f At 8 A M Wednesday 63   

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