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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 4, 1929, Mason City, Iowa MASON CITY GLOBEGrAXETTJS MOM DAY FEB 4 1929 SECOND REVOLT AGAINST RIVERA PROVES FAILURE CONTINUED FROM PAGE I its space at the disposal of the govern ment for semiofficial announcements and propaganda still another provided lor tileemployment oC patriotic unions and societies for surveillance and gath ering ot information of interest to the government Rigorous censorship ot news Sis patches destined for outside of Spain allowed only an incomplete picture of what actually happened nt Valencia noted for its oranges No clear ac count of what was described as open rebellion the garrison there or PHONE 888 Before Hs too Have you tried our good old JACK lump coat It is our biggest seller nt only 5830 per on delivered Fireside Fuel Co 1011 S Fcflcrn HoraceS BeemerrDDS XIlay and Extraction Specialist JVC Penney Building Special Attention given to nervous patients and children oc tho measures taken it could be obtained A fairly logical account was cur rent in Paris however thnt the gar rison had attempted to tree Sanchez Guerra Other troops opposed the ef fort and what was described as san suinary lighting took place News of the conflict and of the calling of a general strike to take place Jlonday led to the conference ot tho premier and King Alfonso it was said and the Bending of General San Jurjo to the city San Jnrjo made part oj the Albacote to airplane At Denia ho boarded a hydroplane and avtived at Valencia in short order IMoro Arrests Follow Some accounts aaid his coining and the subsequent arrest of Castro Gfr ona led to considerable disturbance Other arrests followed with many fig ures of note among them republicans conservatives and syndicalists being detained k The prompt measures were said to have forestalled the dispatch ot sev eral rcgrimones of Infantry from Snra sossa to Valencia and it was said the strike called for Monday morning has been called off There wero other reports of a strike at Alcoy and dis turbances at Jlxircia tlio what relation these had to tho Valencia movement was not clear One account that Siegfried Blaaco Ibanez aon of the late novel ist had been arrested near the Cata lonlan frontier whore he had gone to visit the tomb ot his father on the anniversary of his death KOTAL NEIGHBORS INSTALL MAHBLE HOCIC Feb Mabel H N A installed new offi cers as follows Oracle Minnie PleVce vice oracle Mrs Dora Bralller c corder Mena Sciierf receiver Deifa Hannley past oracle Eva Asper chancellor Kate Hillman and manag ers Lillian Lamb Hebokah Enold anil Genevievo aulug JIarsiinl Foth Better PARIS Feb 4 Im provement In the symptoms of Mav sbal Foch was noted today by his phy sicians Drs Davenler nnfl HeltxBoy er FIRST LEG ENDS IN CUBA AFTER FLORIDA FLIGHT CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 and municipal agencies at the conclu sion of his centralAmericantour out did themselves to show him honor there was Httla or no program ar ranged for todays visit This was in accordance with his own wish to bo considered only as a com mercial pilot First Lap of Flight Col Lindberghs stop at Havana to day marks the completion of the first lap In the first airmail flight to Pan ama from hero the plane heads to ward Belize British Honduras and thence tomorrow to Panama The twodayflight will represent a saving of 13 days over old mail and passen ger schedules a routo oE 2327 miles Lindbergh is making tha flight ns adviser and pilot ot tho PanAmerican Airways Inc which has a mail con tract for Central American delivery and recently inaugurated a West Indian air mail route 3 COMPANIONS COLDS MAY DEVELOP INTO PNEUMONIA from colds may lead ti nous trouble You can stop them nowwith Creomulsion an emulsified that is pleasant to lake Creomulsion is a medical discovery with twofold action it soothes and heals the inflamed and in hibits germ growth Of all known drugs creosote is icc ogtuzed by high medical authorities asone of the greatest healing agencies lor from and bronchial irritations Creomulsion contains in addition to creosote other healing elements which soothe and beal tho inflamed membranes and stop the ir rilation while the creosote goes on to tho js absorbed into the blood attacks the seat of the trouble and checks the growth of the germs Creomulsion is guaranteed satisfac tory in the treatment of coughs from colds bronchitis ard minor forms oE bronchial irritations and is excellent lor building up the aystemafter or flu Money refunded if not re lieved after taking according to direc tions Ask your druggist adv CREOMULSION FOR THE COUGH FROM COLDS THAT HANG ON B U 1 L D M I G THRIFT Thrift may deprive you of come things ivhlch nowseem necessary but it pays wellfor whatever it seems to take away Investigate our plan Mason City Building and Loan Assn 47 Years of in Krcsge Building Wolf Mier Beck Allen V Clough R P Beck J W Sale A B DIRECTORS OBrien Dr S A Shepard H H Wehater Ben Bagley W G C Clark E W Jiarlcley J E E Bemley Glass v Garvey J IT Mason Dr H J I S A V I N G I MIAMI Fin Feb 4 Chatleg A Lindbergh who gave up piloting a mail plane almost two years ago to gain world acclaim thru his New YorktoParis flight bccamo a mail pilot again twenty soventh blaze tho trail for the PanAmerican airmail service Rising early today Slim piloted a Biant Sikorsky amphibian plane from Miami with tho first load mat for Cristobal Canal Zone Accom panled by Henry LCQ Buskey radii operator Col John A Hambleton am J T Trippe or tho PanAmerican Air craft corporation ha hopped off foi Havana at a m and at a m left the Florida mainland Trippe will leave the plane at Ha vana before Lindbergh hops oft from the Cuban capital for Belize Britfsh Honduras where ho ana his crew wi spend the night Tomorrow Lindbergh will continue on to Managua Nicar agua where after another nights rest the flight to Cristobal will be made The total distance of the flight Is 32 miles 500 Pounds of Mall An overnight accumulation of mail brot tho load to more than BOO pounds altho only 200 pounds had been planned for the Jnitiai flight Thb transAtlantic flyer arrived at the airfield at a m and had breakfast at the hangar A crowd of more than 1000 persons on hand for a glimpse of the take otf and aa Lindberghcame out of the hansar police were unable to main tain order the crowd breaking across the field Lindbergh turned and held up his hand and the crowd halted While officers reestablished order Lindbergh waited until the field had been cleared before bringing the plane from its hangar were off again Lindbergh said to Hamblcton as he climbed into e plane Etnl Flislit Wednesday At a m he received liig fast weather report showing a light rain from Miami to Key West The weath er was clearing somewhat to the south of Key West From Havana Lindbergh will fly to Belize British Honduras where he and his companions will remain over night before hopping oft for Mana gua Nicaragua On Wednesday the flight to Cristobal will be made com pleting the 2327 mile flight from Ha vana Program Chairman Is Named for Observance of Algonas Birthday AIXJONA Feb of the Community club held a meeting this week Al Falkenhelmer waa made chairman of all arrangements for the celebration of the 75th birthday the foundlngof Algona and tho dedi cation of Call State park It will be one ot the biggest events in the his tory of Kossuth county The exact date for the celebration has not been set as yet SERVICE MEASURED NOT BY GOLDf BUT BY THE GOLDEN RULE IDEALS There must he ideals back of every project Without ideals neither an individual nor an organization hope to win success can Our ideals have been crystalized into a symbol and a motto Youll find both at the top of this advertise ment Worthy funeral directors thru out the country are permitted to use this emblem as token of their eth ical standards and their ideals of service MEYER FUNERAL HOME cAmbulanci n243 STREET SOUTHEAST or Night 1505 TROTZRY THOT TO BE ON SHIP CONTINUED FnOM PAGE 1 layed It is a small vessel and even 1 damaged by the gale must have aboard a wild rough trip There were numerous calls of Us tress from other ships on the Sea touay that Reports from Berlin liaVR It Trotzky wlio once with Xlcolu1 I miglit havo been said to rule soviet Tlufaia will not lack tunJs in exile Hoyalties on his writings havo been forwarded regularly to ijlm by the gov ernment publishers at the soviet un ion it was said Sees Xcn Bofmjiiirie tha militant organ ot tlio Trot sky communist n America to day publishes an article by the ter mer war chief at the soviet In which ha predicts this rise a Bonaparte In Russia Whather the man on horseback will be Stalin lie wrote or whether Stalin will he found trampled tinflcr the horse is aii unimportant auestion Wo must follow with tho greatest attention the processes which are taking place In the army We must not forget that In the Tune report to tho Moscow conter cnco or party workera the right lead er Ryhnov referring to his friend Klim Ivieut Kasmir Klim oC soviet air forco saifl if jou undertake any more extraordinary measures the nrmy will answer with an Insurrection WAVE DASHES 20 MEN INTO RAGING OCEAN CONTINUED FIJOM PAGE 1 pletely off from the world by land anil sea Tho soviet steamer Krosny Flott aboard which Leon Trotzlcy former head of the red army but now an exile Is believed to be a passen ger had taken refuge near tlio en trance of the Bosporus and was un abla to reach Constantinople There were many wrecks in the Black sea The soviet cattle steamer Omsk 2500 tons sank near the Irva islands while threeother ships the Turkish Hiesar tho Russian Tolp and the French Rhonewero all aground Conditions in Constantinople itself wero tragic Thcro was a serious bread shortage because flour could not be transported Tho temperature WUE 8 below zero centigrade Twothirds of the shops all the schools nnd var ious courts wero closed as teacher arid attendants were unable to read the city from the suburbs A number of houses collapsed be neath heavy snow drifts and there were 30 separate fires In the past 2 hours Wolves were reported to have made their appearance in the suburbs Cold in Bulgaria Dispatches from Siberia said that Bulgaria also was suffering from an unprecedented cold wave the temper ature in some sections dropping to 20 degrees below zero centigrade The city of Varna was plunged Into pitch darkness last night1 when electrical transformers were damaged AH rail way traffic was suspended between Varna and Sofia and various conti nental trains wero subject to long de ays A fierce gale was blowing over lie Black aea and huge waves were sweeping tho coast Messages from Clu5 in Transylvania said that hungercrazed wolves driven rom the snowburied woods and hills lati invaded towns and villages En ire populations formed vigilance coin nittees to drive off the marauders In the suburb ot Cluj a wealthy atmer named Petro Severianu was re ported to have been attacked by 50 wolves while arMns to town In horsedrawn sleigh The two horses were dragged down and devoured while Severiunu took refuge up a tele ruph pole The mans hysterical cries group ot villagers who drove the attackers off Severianu was rescued jut doctorsf6nnd him almost frozen o death and apparently insane from terror 2j JJelotv in Germany Germany also was suffering from unprecedented cold the thermometer dropping to 4 degrees below zero cen tigrade the lowest within many de cades During ihe past 24 hours there wag onie abatement of the extreme sever ty around Berlin but temperatures ar below freezing still were reporttO rom Munich Bfeslau Hanover and Stettin The cold dry weather however 1 being haled as ofg reat importance in reducing an influenza epidemic which or the past few weeks has been stead ily declining Dispatches from Hamburg state that the NorthBaltic sea canal was Iceblocked and that traffic had been suspended completely Thirty steamers were icebound at the entrance of the canal Holland was experiencing the cold est weather for a February in many years Because of drift ice on tno Rhine and Waal most boat bridges had been removed and February ser vice was snpended thus virtually iso lating north Holland from the somli for Fill vehicular traffic CRUISER BATTLE IS CENTERED ON COOLIDGE PLEA CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 tlie senate would be concerned with the cruiser bill limitation o debate going into effect today with tho vote expected soon Tho house faced the routine of dis posing ot consent calendar bills on Its calendar and there was 310 measure on its horizon that seemed likely to cause any violent vided oE course that tho 521000000 Tor prohibition enforcement in the first deficiency bill does not come before it for a direct vote during the ttceft The outlook in tho senate was not so placid Even If most ot the contro versy on the cruiser bill seems over the senate expects before the week is out to hear tho request of Senalor Walsh of Montana for judgment to be passed on his report condemning interior and justice departments the for their handling ot theSinclair con tract for Salt creek royalty oil Tho report was rojoolcil by the scnato public lands committee Senator Heed democrat Missouri also planned a final report on tho in quiry begun by his committee throe years Into the campaign expondi turea of SenatorElect AVilliam s Vare ot Pennsylvania The house ways and means commit tee has lcejt up with Its schedule on tariff hearings and today had before it duties on raw ana manufactured flar jute and hemp Most of the other commiUeo meetings were rontlno af fairs hut the house military affairs committee faced hearings on the Mail den bill which would Icnso tlic Muscle Shoals properties to the American Cyanamid company Mentioned for Cabinet SAN FRANCISCO Feb 4 Examiner declared today that it had learned that Ray Lyman Wilbur president otStanford university would take a temporary place fn President Hoovers cabinet as secretary of tho interior and that he later is to bo nanied secretary of a new department that of education and public welfare The Examiner understood that tho formation of tho mew de partment ot the government would reqiure about two years anrt that it would have jurisdiction over tho pub ic health service the bureah of edu cation the womens and childrens bu reaus of the department of labor and lospitalizatlon and cara of war vet rans WouliI Curtail Authority WASHINGTON Feb 4 dent with tho opening of hearing by lie house ways and means committee oday on the jute hemp and flax Re u re sen tali ve Garner demo crat 1exas announced lia would sponsor a plan to abolish the flexible Tsrbvislons of act1permitting the president to raise or lower duties up to 50 per cent on recommendation of the tariffcommission jMr Garner who is ranking demo crat on the committee said ho favored i plan under which the speaker of the houso woufd appoint tho members of tho commission instead of the presi dent Declaring there was too much poli tics in the present system Garner said his plan wtfuld make it possible for the commission to report its find s from time to time and the house could act upon tho reports Alleged Dive Keeper of Davenport Held on Assault Charge DAVJiNlOIlT Feb 4 Maloof alleged dive keeper who po lleo say is involved In a string of fed eral white slave and liquor charges was held to tho Scott county jury to day under bonds for a mur derous assault upon Ills wife Mrs Lillian Maloof Attorneys for afaloof were nt tempt ing to have bonds totaling in five casesreduced so he could regain ills liberty before the March term grand jury session HOOVER WILL GET VIEW OF FLOOD AREA CONTINUED FKOM PAGE 1 iiucstions Senator KcctI Smoot of UUiii Lhulnmm oC Lho senate fin ance coinmiUce Mlio announced upon liis arrival here bo sliest of lloovor that he wouM the call ing of tho special session of tho sev entyfirst congress on April 1 rather than April 15 Tho Utah senator expressed the opinion that it congress met on tho earlier ditto H could eonehide its labors by July 1 nltho ho predicted that the democrats would play politics with the turiff revision measum vhici is to ho considered aluns1 wit hfarm aid leg islation Tho senate loader was positive that 310 inoro lax reduction could bo looUed for by tho eounliy for a long time be cause1 the increasing demands for revenue that will be made upon the treasury in the next few years Tor farm relief tho Boulder canyon dftm Mississippi river flood control naval tongtruction and other now projects upon which tho government has cm barked Sugar Tariff Necessary Additional means of protecting1 American beet sugar growers thru tariff Jaw amendments wero declared by the senator to be imperative It tho beet sugar industry in the beet sugar industry of this country is not to be wiped out His first proposal was a limitation upon free imports of sugar from the Philippines While believing that Hoover would have a specificrecommendation to mako to congress on farm relief Sen 1 ator Smoot thot that the legislation finally enacted would bo formulated thru a process of elimination of vari ous plans and bills which would bo put forward TAXES MUST BE LOWERED SAYS SOLON OF JOICE CONTINUED FROM PAGg 1 sule woman legislator In the Iowa gen eral assembly will be champion for schools legislation approved by the state department of education came when sho spoke for a bill to prohibit book agents ana peddlers from visiting rural schools for the purpose of sell ins ware Two years ago Governor Hammill vetoed a similar act passed by tho Islature Mrs Pcndray delivered the only speech in which tho practice ot book agents waa severely condemned as In terferlng with schoplduties and creat ing a nuJsunce The bill waspassed 31 to 1 Six bills were passed by the senate the more important being tho Wilson measure to permit county boards in counties having Indian reservations to contract with the federal govern ment for the education of Indian children nnd the Bair Legalizing bill to validate certain ordinances In Storm Lake where a mayor had died without signingthem The first bill aimed at the oleomar garine trade in Iowa to be Introduced at this session ot the legislature was placed on file in the senate at noon by Senator G W Christophel of Bra mer county The bill provides an in spection fee of 3c a pound on all sold in Iowa Former Rockford Woman Mrs H Dumbalton Dead ROCKFORD Feb HaLtie Dumbalton died at Eugene Ore fol lowing an operation for appendicitis She leaves two children Quentin 0 and Delorcs 7 Mrs Dumbalton was formerly MissHattie Adamson anil taught lor a few years in the Itoel ford public schools A Canary Brings Joy and Beauty Into Your Home vs FAT orr From the time the first bit of light comes into theroom in the morning until the lights are turned off at nighta Canary sings joyful little songs Songs that somehow seem to make the home more cheerful and a colorful cage and stand docs add beauty to any room Our canaries are priced Bird Cages These cages are made of brass with screen seed guard Cages come com plete with feed and water cup perches and swing Mall orders filled postpaid WE HAVE A FRESH OF FISH MOSS CurrieVan Ness Co MAINTAINED BY MERIT Phone 17 11 North Federal Are Siys hero theyve math 1eah Say jnst what lines that word illegal menu Naval Flyers Killeil PENSACOLA Fla 4 Barnwell Howell arid Andrew Brink attached to the naval flying squadron here were killed here today when their airplanes crashed in mid air during a formation flight Ciiltln Breeders Meet IJiiS MOfVKS Feb Amer ican Tolled Hereford Breeders nsso option opened its annual ihYecUny convention lodny Conference at Hampton HAMPTON Peb second annual Franklin county young peo ples conference was held at the Con gresttional church Here Saturday The conference was held under the auspices of the Franklin County Council of Religious Education and was In charge of the Rev V C Grant of Hanseir Meet at EstherriUc ESTlIBRVrrlE Feb the annunl meeting of the Kstherville Cooperative creamery held lioreSnt 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