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' ‘HELP CUBA OR GET OUT SAYS SENATOR f f TELEPHONE HEARING SET Hearing on the matter of improving the telephone service at Beulah will be conducted at that town by the state railroad commission on Septem ber V. The commission, was peti tioned by citizens of Beulah asking that the Citizens Public Service com pany be required to improve its tele phone service. The hearing will be held at the city paU beginning at 1:30 ** H NEW WAR LORD IS - ACTIVE IN CHINA Chang Hsueh-liang, Son of Chang Tso Lin, Captures Tientsin, Important Port Peiping, China, Sept. 22—(ff)—-A 30- y ear-old adventurer, son of one of China's most widely known adven turers, upset the political appelcart today and stage-managed a situation from which observers predicted he would emerge the greatest proflter. The new youthful figure in the blood-soaked Chinese arena is Chang Hsueh-Liang, son of the old Man churian war lord, Chang Tso Lin, and himself now governor of Manchuria, professing loyalty to Nanking and the nationalist government there, but with his sympathies, actually in doubt. Pressing southward from Man churia yesterday 10,000 of his troops overran sections of Chihli province, containing this ‘ancient capital, and occupied Tientsin, port where a great percentage of northern Chinese cus toms are collected. At Nanking officials professed to hail the action of Chang with jubil ation, calling him the savior of the newly born Chinese state, but there were reasons to think they were puz zled at the Mukden governor’s ac tions, and not quite sure as to which course he would take. Massachusetts Solon Says Pov erty and Unemploymertt Feed Revolt Flames Washington, Bept. 22. (JF) —An early economic collapse in Cuba ac companied by revolution was held in evitable by Senator Walsh, Democrat, Massachusetts, today unless immedi ate American governmental influence is exerted. “Poverty ‘and unemployment are feeding the flames of revolt,” the sen ator, who has just returned from a visit to the island republic, said. “Charges of extreme tyranny, dis regard of human life, trial without jury, dishonesty in office, no free bal lot-are rampant. “If the Cuban question reaches the political crisis that Is threatened, the American people may prepare them selves for revelations of most startling character.” Walsh maintained the United States could not avoid the responsi bility „of assuring the Cuban people an honest election while the present treaty relations exist between the two countries. “The Cuban question,” he contin ued, “will be the most important one before the American government in the next few months. We should either abandon our obligations under the so-called Platt amendment, or we should vigorously insist upon an honest financial policy in Cuba.” ' Parcels Mail Subject To Demurrage Charge Demurrage charges will, beginning October 1, be collected on C. O. D. packages sent through the parcels post and not removed from the post office within 15 days from the first attempt at delivery. This regulation is based on a law passed by congress May 23, last. The charge will be five cents a day. If the addressee for whom the parcel is intended does not accept it and pay the demurrage, the amount is to be collected from the sender before return delivery is made. Postage due stamps will be affixed to the parcel when being returned, indicating the amount of demurrage due. * No change is made in the privilege accorded senders of C. O. D. articles of having such mail held at postof fices of address for not exceeding 30 days before being returned if not de livered. Says Wet Issue Must Be Ignored Washington, Sept. 22—(A*)—Prepar ing to advance the fall campaign at Boston next Saturday, Chairman Fees of the Republican national com mittee today expressed the view that prohibition would have to be ignored as a national issue in this election inasmuch as parties are widely divided on the controversy. “It is silly to talk in this campaign of prohibition as a national issue,” he said. “There are wet Republicans and dry Republicans running for congress. There are wet Democrats and dry Democrats. “I think prohibition is a social and economic problem and it should be considered outside of politics. Per sonally, as a dry, I would welcome a wet issue but I don’t see how it can be dime. Two Boys Die as Furnace Explodes Spirit Lake, Idaho, Sept. 22.—(A*)—A sheet of flames sprayed upon them by the explosion' of a plumber's fur nace caused the death yesterday of two eight-year-old playmates. Alvin Cal and Francis Dolan. The boys were standing in a kitch ' en doorway watching the plumber at wort when the accident tort place. Their clothing ablaze, the playmates ran for their homes. The plumber overtook Francis, rolled him in a sandpile and exting uished the blaze. Alvon found his way into the kitchen of his home, crawled into the kitchen sink and turned on the water. The boys died several hours later. Shortly before his death Francis ask ed his grandmother to say goodbye to his brother and sister. WOMAN FLIER DIES IN CRASH AT SAN DIEGO Associated Press telephoto showing ths wreckage of the plane in which Mrs. Ruth Alsxandsr, 24- year-old San Diego, Cal., aviatrix, plunged to her death at San Diego shortly after taking off on a projected one-stop flight to Newark. N. J. Cinderella’s Dream Vanishes; So Does Stranger With Jewelry Chicago, Sept. 22.—(/P) —The clock struck bong a twelfth time and Cin derella’s dream was vanished. So was the handsome stranger and so was a fifth part of the SIOO,OOO in jewelry Cinderella was wearing. The police have a clew, instead of a shoe, and they’ll write the rest of the tale. The fairy godmother in this case, though unwittingly so, was Mrs. Max J. Mauermann, owner of the jewels. She was out of town. Cinderella’s prototype was Miss Lois Hyde, 22, Mrs. Mauermann’s maid. She wanted to impress her “date” JURORS TO HEAR VETERAN’S PLEA Claim for Paymonts Under War Risk Insurance Act Being Tried at Grand Forks Grand Forks, N. D., Sept. 22.— (A 3 ) — A jury was selected in federal court here today to try the war risk insur ance case of Knut Kelberg against the federal government. Kelberg is asking for a monthly compensation of $57.50 for an alleged disability in curred in army service. The case is expected to last until noon Tuesday. Tuesday afternoon the case of Donald Gillespie of New Polden, Minn., versus Dr. J. P. Miller- of Grand Forks, is scheduled for trial. Gillespie is suing on a malpractice charge, alleging he lost the sight of one eye and part of the sight of the other as result of treatment received from Dr. Miller. William Colgtan of Devils Lake pleaded guilty today to a dry law vio lation and was sentenced to one day in the Ramsey county jail. Leniency was recommended because Colman .already had served 69 days in jail while awaiting trial. William, E. Barge, Williston, brought here from Leavenworth, where he was serving a term for postoffice robbery, is ex pected to enter a idea this afternoon on a charge of violating the Dyer act. ... <f Tom Thumb Owners Express Indignation * — » New York, Sept. 22.—(AV- Standing belligerently on a 10-foot fairway surrounded by mouse - sized sand traps and water hazards as big as a baby’s bath, Tom Thumb today began singing: “Curfew Shall Not Ring To night.” Hie newly Incorporated national association of golf course owners an nounced it was going on the warpath against blueJaWs, Invoked to restrict the playing time on miniature golf courses. Joseph P. Kamp of Yonkers, presi dent of the association, said early and Sunday closing of the courses by municipalities would be combated energetically, and expressed the opin-. In the industry was due more con sideration than it was getting be cause it had been “a decided stimu lant to the general business situation during the current depression.” SEEK RICH HOBO’S ESTATE iiiootatid Prwi Photo Hers ars Mrs. Ingsborg How and Homer How, widow and ton of tho lato Jamos Cades How, millionairo hobo, who ore seeking to have the wilt in which How left hie estate to hobo organisations set aside. Mrs. How wants the estate for her son. % THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE. MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 22. 1930 and so she borrowed the valuable trinkets, decking herself high, wide aqd handsome. The “date,” Leonard Laino, young barkeep, took her to his drinking place, then took her to a taxi. And there the handsome stranger stepped into the picture. In stead of a slipper to match the foot, he took the jewels, or part of them. That is Cinderella’s story. But the “date” says he saw the handsome stranger with the maid before he dated her. And therein lie the com plications to be unraveled by the po lice. 1 1 1 *' ■ '■■"M Ends Argument by i Taking Own Life | Avondale, Mo., Sept. 22.—(/P> Smith Kid well, 50-year-old barber, put an end to an argument with his family about a double shooting here earlier in the day by putting an end to his life. Avondale’s second tragedy in a day due to family quarrels came about late yesterday when Kidwell discussed with his wife, his daughter and his mother-in-law, the wounding of J. Wesley Stewart and his wife, in what police believed as an attempt at mur der and suicide. Kidwell became extremely angry, officers were informed, because mem bers of his family apparently did not agree with him that Mrs. Stewart’s attitude was responsible for her fam ily tragedy. Suddenly breaking off the argument he went to his room, sat on the bad and shot himself. Prizes Awarded At W. C. T. U. Meet Valley City, N. D., Sept. 22.—(AV- Rutheda Kennedy, Grand Forks, won the grand gold medal contest, a fea ture of the Women’s Christian Tem perance Union convention, here Sat urday night. Iva Hanson, Northwood, placed first in the poster contest; Oscar Halvor son, Northwood, second, and Leona Gardner, Jamestown, third. In the essay contests, Elizabeth Strand, Mayville, won In the junior and senior high school class. Alice Flowers, Ray, and Dorothy Gerbracht, Hettinger, tied for first honors in the freshman-sophomore .high school class. Arvid Johnson, Jamestown, won in the seventh-eighth grade class; Darlyn Arnold, Rock Lake, in the fifth-sixth grade class; Hilda Lu cille Carlson, Hope, the fourth grade, and Ida Crawford, Falrmount, the third grade class. Mrs. Oscar Kjorlie. Fargo, was named campaign director In the first congressional district; Mrs. Guy F. Harris, Carrington, in the second, and Mrs. H. E. Mielke, Ryder, in the third. N. P. Displays Whale In Special Glass Car St. Paul. Sept. 22.—A unique ship ment on the Northern Pacific in the last week was a 72-ton preserved whale in a specially built glass en closed car. The exhibit is sponsored by the Pacific Whaling company, Inc., and is declared to be the largest baby whale ever caught. The car was exhibited last week at Missoula and went from there to Helena. 4uocio(e< Press photo SENATOR QUIZZEE NEBRASKA GROCER Norris Tells Nye He Sought to Force Incumbent to Run as Independent Lincoln, Neb., Sept. 22— UP) —George W. Norris, the Broken Bow grocer, told Senator Gerald P. Nye, of North Dakota, at the campaign fund hear ing opening here this morning that he had hoped by filing in opposition to Senator George W. Norris in the Republican primary to force him to run as an independent. “How did you know you would force him off?” Senator Nye asked. “Well, I knew he could not split the vote,” the Broken Bow grocer replied. “He had run as an independent be fore and I thought he would again.” The grocer staunchly denied any one else had anything to do with his filing, which was ruled illegal by the state supreme court because of its lateness. * | Unarmed Bandit 1 l Holds Up Theatre j Chicago, Sept. 22.—(AP>—The only thing the bandit needed to hold up the United Artists theatre in the loop yesterday was a gun; and he finally got one from the manager’s office. Before that, however, he had held up the employes of the theatre by using the old device of keeping hie right hand menacingly In his coat pocket, as though he were ready to shoot at any moment. The ruse was enough to intimidate the 10 theater workers, who one by one were bound, with neckties used as fetters. In the theatre manager’s office, the robber saw a pistol lying on a desk, and he snatched it up. “Now I feel better,” he said, with drawing his hand from his pocket empty. “I didn’t have a gun before, you know.” This statement made the 10 em ployes feel very angry at themselves, especially as the bandit walked away with SBIO. lowan Killed as Parachute Breaks Alta Vista. lowa, Sept. 22.—<A*) — Paul Leroy Oovtn, 30. of Mason City, was killed Sunday when the lower ring of his parachute broke, sending him*hurtllng to the ground 1,500 feet below. Govin, an experienced parachute jumper, leaped from a plane operated by Bob Speeler of Albert Lea, Minn., at a height of 1,800 feet. The para chute opened perfectly and Govin started to sail safely to earth. Then he seemed to wave at the crowd and start a headlong dash to earth. ! Paralysis Victim Has Good Chance Chicago, Sept. 22.—(A*) —Frances McOann began her twelfth day en cased in a “mechanical lung’’ at a Chicago hospital with victory in her grasp. j Physicians said she had eight hours of normal, strength-giving rest Sun day night, and today ate a substan tial breakfast Miss McGann, a 25-year-old stu dent nurse, was placed in the respir ator September 11, when an attack of infantile paralysis rendered use less the muscles which operate her lungs. The respirator, alternating air pressure and vacuum, performs that function while science devotes its attention to checking the ravages of the disease. FACES MURDER CHARGE Aitkin, Minn., Bept. 22.—(A*) —B. A. Salberg, 35, Aitkin, was indicted Sat urday by a special grand jury on a charge of first degree murder for the shooting to death of his wife at Mc- Grath Sept. 11. North Carolina has 198 public water systems serving 900,000 per sons, or 30 per cent of the state’s population. 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During its three days winds rang ing in velocity from 80 to 100 miles per hour brought mourning to the homes of nine fishermen and sailors and did V damage to the coastal country estimated at million ol francs. The French fishing fleets were the heaviest sufferers Ofl Concarneau two men were washed overboard and drowned, and another boat sank but the crew was saved. Many other craft were damaged but were able to make port. There were 17 ships sheltered at Cherbourg roads. Twelve ships sought shelter at brest. and seven more at Lorlent. on the south coast of Brittany. At Quiberon. southern Brittany, damage done to the harbor was es timated at a million francs. Bath houses at many seaside resorts in Brittany and Normandy were demol ished and boardwalks were torn up. “I’ve had all makes and driven over all kinds of roads. Sold my last car because I was transferred by my firm to another clLy. Came back last April, and being car-hungry as usual, looked over the papers. 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When fiflHj men entered the burning plant said they found evidences of a distilling layout in the building *|g eluding two large stills, two lon tanks, 300 one-gallons cans an assortment of copper t&uks aHB tubing. An explosion of a still caused fire. Richard Lawler, district f*6 chief, said. SENTENCED FOR FRAUD H Aitkin, Minn., Sept. 22.-(A’>-DewH G. Anderson, Aitkin, convicted ot talning wolf bounties by fraud trcHg Aitkin county, was sentenced to indeterminate term in the state itentlary.