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* Associated Press Photo " T Relatives and rescuers are shown above waiting at the mouth of the coal mine In Alsdorf, Germany, where 248 were killed by an ex plosion* Picture below shows soldiers removing one off the Injured. Vianna Castello, minister of Jus tice for Brazil, was held prisoner by the military Junta which over threw the government of President Washington Luis. - - - Ig,, ' Associated Press Photo Arthur Weaver (left), republican, seeking his second term as Governor of Nebraska, will be opposed by Charles Bryan, democrat, a former governor of Nebraska and brother of the late William Jennings Bryan, Joe Aiello (right), one of the last of the surviving Capone enemies In Chicago gangland, was riddled with machine gun bullets fired by ambushed assassins. Through ths windows shown at left the death stream (was directed aeross ths street at Aiello as he emerged from an apartment building. ° f the Day Pictures §§j WHERE24BDIEDTNGERMANMINE Held As Prisoner Associated Press Photo SEEK NEBRASKA 1 GOVERNORSHIP AIELLO SLAIN FROM MACHINE GUN “NEST' Railroad Official Associated Press Photo Mrs. William Boyce Thompson, New York City, widow of Col. Wil llam Boyce Thompson, mining engl. neer and banker, was elected chair* man of the board of the Magna Arizona railroad, - ~ ~ r ~ THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE. SATURDAY,'NOVEMBER T, 1930 Urged Luis To Quit Associatedy Press Photo Cardinal Leme off Rio de Janeiro, who conducted negotiations ba tween the revolutionary junta and President Washington Luis and at whose advice the Brazilian presi dent consented to resign. WORK TO FREE OKLAHOMA MINERS , Rokul workers eesklng to free 29 entombed miners In the No. 4 mine of the Samples Coal company. AftcAl'ester, Ok la. r CAPITOL 1 GETS ANNUAL BATH Ruler’s Son Associated Press Photo Fernando Ortiz Rubio, son of President Rubio of Mexico, fought 3 rounds to no decision with Bud Glaser, St. Joseph, Mo., wetter, weight, In a college match at Bt. Benedict’s college, Atchieon, Kans., where Rubio and his brother are student* AFTER NEW AIR RECORD Stanley Boynton, youthful flier, took off from Rockland, Maine, In an effort to break the junior transcontinental flying record of 2? hours and 40 minutes held by Robert Buck of New Jersey. Confirmed Revolt Associated Press Photo Edwlrr V. Morgan, American am bassador to Brazil, gave the state department In Washington con firmation of the success of the rebels In Brazil In ousting President Washington Luis. START DRIVE TO AID JOBLESS — . .d' Associated Press Photo mt • Secretary Robert P, Lamont (left), chairman of President Hoover's /Cabinet organization to combat unemployment, and Col. Arthur Woods, [the relief director, launched upon their task of aiding some 3,500,000 !bf ths nation's Jobless. They are shown leaving the White House after A conference with th* President/' ~ ~— * T ' ' Associated Press Phots ’gh—, ~ * Associated Press Photo M Once a year Washington firemen have the task of cleaning the [capltoj building. GERMAN STEAMSHIP FIRED ON IN BRAZIL’ HARBOI Associated Press Photo Germany and Spain filed formal protest with the Brazilian government In the case of the German steamship Baden which was fired on In Rio de Janeiro harbor resulting In the deaths of 27 German and Spanish citizens. Brazilian officials blamed the ship’s commander for not following written Instructions regarding the departure of steamers. - -- -■ --- - - Info Quiz* Associated Press Photo Frank O’Loughlln, brother of Leo O'Loughlln, Denver city detective, also was questioned by police, with Mrs. Leo O’Loughlln, regarding the mysterious killing of Leona O’Loughlln, ten, daughter of Leo. Defend!# His Station Norman Baker, owner of KTNT, Muscatine, lowa, photo* graphed at the offices of the federal radio commission In Washington, where he defended the activities of; Jile station. ACCUSED IN BAKER SLAYING Herbert M. Campbell (center) on trial In Washington for the mur der of Mary Baker, Is shown when he accompanied officers to an armory where ballistic experts conducted tests to prove they could Identify bullets fired from various pistols. They had previously identified bullets taken from Miss Baker’s body as haying been discharged from Camp bell’s revolver. *•-" Joins Wet Rants Associated Press Photo Senator Jesse H. Metcalf, repub fican, of Rhode Island, who is a can didate for re-election, declared him self in favor of the repeal of the dry Amendment. ” - r —' A ROCKNE HANDSPRING ** •'.yfi -i * sssr ' r Associated Press Photo Jaskwhich, substitute Notre Dame quarterback, did a one-armed handspring with the ball when he was stopped by McMurde, Pitt end. In the game In which the Irish walloped the Pittsburghers 85 to IS. Associated Press Photo ccuse'd In Slashing Associated Press Photo Mrs. Minnie Stull of Princeton, W. Va., who Is accused of the first degree murder of her 8-year-old stepson, Mickey Stull, who met death by falling or being lmm*r*ad in a tub of boiling water.