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February 5, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

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FEBRUARY 5 1931 MASON (1ITY Ol.OKE-GAZETTE 19 ITALIAN HELD OFFERED FOR VICE PRESIDENTS] Arrest Frustrates Terrorism- Plans; Premier's Part ; Denied. ROME, Feb. 5. W--Police an nounc^d today that they had frus trated, with the arrest of Michelc ' Schirru, a plan for a series of act? j of political terrorism. Schirru's arrest Tuesday night ; after a gun fight gave rise to ru- ; mors there had been an attempt, or a plan for an attempt, on the life of Premier Mussolini. This was vig orously denied by the authorities. According to the police version Schirru drew a revolver while be ink searched at the police station. He fired a number of shots vvhicl- wounded three policemen, one seriously, and then turned the gun-on: himself inflicting a severe wound. A search of two rooms which Schirru had occupied in different .hotels revealed two high explosive bombs arranged for use either as time or percussion explosives, police asserted. In a Day 4-in-l Way STOPS The AVashinjrton mansion of Mrs. .Tnhn B. Henderson, willow uf a former Missouri senator, has been offered as a permanent home for vice presidents. A hill hns been prepared providing for acceptance of the cift together with appropriations of SSO.OOQ to furnish it and $25,000 a year for maintenance. Session Marked by Outbursts of Jaded Nerves and Bad Temper. LONDON. Feb. 5 (.-PI--Worn and weary, the house of commons rose at 8 n. m. today and went home to sleep off the effects of an all nigh' session marked with freriufnt outbursts of bad temper and jaded nerves. The session began at 2:45 p. m. yesterday, for clip'riission of the agricultural land bill, in report statue. The conservatives, whn see in the measure a Ions; step toward nn .ionalization o£ the Jantl--altho this is not its avowed purpose--put up a strong resistance were submitted by the tories but" these were all turned down by large government majorities. Eventually an ' arrangement was reached by which the remaining stages of the bill will be taken late today and next Tuesday. Mexico Celebrates 14th Anniversary of Signing of Present Constitution MEXICO CITY,, Feb. 5. (.I 1 )-Mexico today celebrated the fourteenth anniversary of the signature of the constitution of Quetetaro ami the first anniversary of the Orti2 Rubio administration. The chief eVents on a crowded rJav's program in the capital were a gala bull fight in the afternoon anr! a torch race thru the center of the city tonight. The bull fight was arranged by the national revolutionary party for the benefit of the Oaxaca earthquake victims. Military Men Map Out Itinerary for Plane Survey of Arkansas LITTLE ROCK,' Ark., Feb. 5. /I" --Col. Campbell Hodges, njilitary aide to President Hoover, and Red Cross and military officials were engaged today in mapping out an itinerary lor an airplane survey o! drought conditions in Arkansas' which he said would be made for Secretary of War Hurley. He was silent as to the purposes of the survey. Professor's Notes and Papers on Science Form Bulk of Loot. DKCORAH, Feb. 5. (JF~Thieves who prowled the Luther college library last night have some professors' notes and scientific papeis as the bulk of 'their loot. They also obtained n. small sum in stamps and loose change from the librarian'? desk. The thieves gained entrance thru a side door and attempted to jimmy their way into a vault in the librarian's office. Failing in this .hey removed the door, which' was of wood faced with steel, from Ha hinges. They also ransacked the librarian's desk and a steel filing cabinet in a nearby office. New Officers Arc Named. LUVERNE, Feb. 5.--New officers of the Luverne Live Wirea, 4-H club girls, were: President, Cora Mae Masterson; vice president. Elsie Hunt; secretary, Cordelia Rlstau; newspaper reporter, Marvel Davidson and historian, Eileen Ncal.' Christ Clmrcii on Drive. DRS MOINES, Feb. 5. L11--Offi- cers of the Disciples of Christ church said the campaign to raise $303,000 as Iowa's share in the $8,000,000 national pension fund would be completed by June 30. Libby Heard Butler Tell Story About Mussolini Dangerous to let a COLD hang on. Stor. it in a hurry with HILL'S CASCARA QUININE. Take two tiny tablets now--follow directions --and IN A DAY the four medicinal agents compounded into each HILL'S tablet will break up that cold, make you feel fine . . . or druggist will refund your money Avoid substitutes. take HILL'S War Prevention Advocate Arrives to Give Talk in Mason City. Frederick J. Libby, executive sec retary of the National Council for the Prevention of War, who arrived in the city Thursday to give an address at the First Baptist church Thursday evening at 8 o'clock, heard Gen. Smedlcy Butler tell the story about Mussolini that elicited an apology to the Duce from the government of the United States and caused the general to face court martial. "The incident occurred at Philadelphia, where Mr. Libby and two other speakers spoke before the P R A I R I E Q U E E N SELF-RISING Panealke Flour BETTER . . . LOWER Than Ever AT YOUR GROCER X !UANIII''AI!TIJKK1) BY Hage?man»Mo@i*S£!h Co. MASON O1TY, IOWA Don't trust 't Bad Luck.. --takes all the luck out of baking! Even good luck is dangerous--for good luck today may be followed by bad luck tomorrow. In baking, "balance" is a. better friend than luck. "Balance" in a recipe means every ingredient in just the right quantity. "Balance" in flour means an exclusive Pillsbury blend of finest ^wheats, which produces a, flour containing just the right amounts of protein, moisture and mineral, just the right color and absorption qualities, to work perfectly for all your baking. Pillsbury's Best is "balanced" for ·unfailing success in everything you bake. There's no other flour like it -- it's worth .asking for! Comtemporary club," said Mr. Lib- iy. "I spoke first oh the preven- ion of war thru the operation of he world court and other similar nstitutions. Talked on Preparedness, "General Butler spoke next on the prevention of war thru military jreparedness. William J. Hull talked n war prevention by. means of disarmament. It was while endeavoring to Drove that the need of military pre- aredness that the general told the story portraying Mussolini as a hit and run driver." It has since been disclosed that eneral Butler heard the story from Cornelius Vanderbilt, Jr., who since has stated that he told of the incident in secret and that Genera 1 Butler was the first to violate the secrecy. ' Says Unity Developing. Despite talk of coming wars anc general international turmoil, Mr Libby expressed his confidence tha' the world is moving toward unity. "A world community is developing almost unnoticed and yet it is thi most important face of our time," h declared. The radio ia making' in stantaneous communication aroum the world. The airplane gets swifte and swifter. The Germans are sai' to be perfecting a plane that will fl 500 miles an hour up seven mile where the air is thin. It is predicts we will be flying 1,000 miles a hour. The oceans are vanishing be fore'the onward march of scienc The world is becoming a village. Also Want Peace. "Big- business is working in the same direction. Every important business enterprise requires a world market. The United States has $16,000,000,000 invested abroad plus our debt. From now on the world s the unit, for which the nations re interdependent parts. "Border rioting in this kind of vorld is becoming a nuisance. We leed stability everywhere. It is get- ing more and more difficult for he little nations to borrow money or their wars. "While for many years there will e Hittlers and Mussolinis rising up lere and there to threaten the leace of the world, yet the trend of he world is toward unity. World aw and order become necessities/' Bardein, Waterloo, Seriously Injured When Autos Collide. TRAER, Feb. 5. (/!'--C. G. Hanemann of the Des Moines Securities company was killed and Dcwey P. Bardein of Waterloo, his business partner, was seriously injured in an automobile accident near here, thi:; morning. The car in which Hanemann ant! Bardein were riding and one oner ated by A. Bcmch of Tulsa, Okla.. collided. Bench was unhurt except for a cut finger. Both Des Moines men received skull fractures. Physicians s Bardein might die. '138©" · · U m "Balanced" f o r P e r f e c t B a k i n g Japanese Diet May Give Equal Rights to Women TOKYO, Fen. 5. OT-- The government today introduced a bill into the Japanese diet which would grant women equal rights with men in elections for city, town, village an; 'Uitonomo'.is assemblies. The projected grant in intended as a sler preliminary to the-granting of nti tional suffrage. The effect of the ' bill would be to add 13.000.000 vol- ' ers to tho national registers. Rainev Accuses Meyer of Ruining Land Bank WASHINGTON" Feb. 5 lilt-- Representative -Hainey, democrat, Illinois, charged before a senate bank ing siih committee today that Eii Tone Mvei- had "intentional!:ruined" tbo joint slock lind ban' -ysl.em while serving on thi farn 1 ? nan hnnrd. He opposed Mnyer'r lomination its governor of the fer' eral reserve board. MASON CITY DIVISION White laundry Cut Refugee or Wax. Jack Sprat--whole-Viand-packed. Can, 6«" 78c Orange bag Blue bag. Vacuum tin FINE QUALITYALASKA PINK Large cans. With vegetable pkg., W coloring tablets. 2 Ib. Large can, Everybody's. Special-milled. 49 Ib. bag, 24% Ib. bag, Everybody's. Halved Regular or quick-cooking. Large pkg., Wintergreen or peppermint.

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