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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 5, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                North Iowas DAILY PAPER Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY FINAL EDITION VOL XXXV FIVE CBNTB PER COPT ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRB REPORT MASON CITY IOWA TUESDAY MARCH 5 1929 UNITED PRESS AND INTERNATIONAL NEWS SUPPLEMENTAL SERVICE NO 126 BOND ISSUE UNCONSTITUTIONAL MONTEREY FALLS INTO HANDS OF I REBEL SOLDIERS r ho r Mr ail fit he Two More States join in Revolt While Former Pres ident Calles Leads Armyjn Field Move Begun to Reopen Catholic Churches N OGALES Ariz March 5 of the capture of Monterey capital and strategic city of the state of Nueyo Leon by rebel leaders bloodshed at Cananea Sonora and the promulgation of orders for the reopening of Catholic churches in the latter state appeared today as first fruits of the Mexican revolution in the border area of the southern re public Reports reaching the international line indicated revolution ary leaders were massing their forces in several places for an anticipated move southward Advices reaching here said two more states Coahuila and Durango had definitely joined the revolt In addition rebel leaders in the north were claiming the alliance of forces in Sinalo Jalisco Aaxaca Zacatecas and Nayarit Announcement that Monterey fallen into ffiie Jiandt ot the revolu Hoovers Entertain Iowa Visitors SCENES AT HOOVERS INAUGURAL tlonarles was made here by Gen Fran cisco Borquez commander of the rebel forces oC northern Sonora He said hehad been advised ot the group toy Gen Gonzalo Escobar commander In chief of the revolting forces Reports of Bloodshed Escobars report as relayed to tho said tha revolutionary army metthe federal forces at Monterey general engagement resulting In number of casualties The i of dead and wounded had not report added 83 otherhigh officers and 560 addition Escobar reported 3 taken 1000 rifles 12 machine Cguhs and much field equipment ana ffammuhltion If the reported capitulation of Jfon ftery is followed by the turning ot 111 M AlllllOTAMJC WASHINGTON S VISITORS ARE ON WAY HOME Capital City A Begins Job pjfjthe state of Nuevo Leon to tlie rebels BOnly Baja California Chihuahua and of the northern tier oC states will remain unclaimed by the forces of the revolution In I Another dispatch received here by General Borquez told of the routing of federal forces under Gen Jaime Ciir ftclor S In ian it th i COOL l 11 irillo near Mazatlan Sinaloa General Carrillo and his COO mn were reported o have been overtaken by rebel forces at an unnamed point south of Mazat scattered and put to flight Other eports Indicated that Carrillo anl his men fled toward Mexico City burning neven bridges at San Bias Catholic Churches Reopened Tho first news of bloodshed In the northern area reached here last night Therreport was unconfirmed and said that one federal soldier and two rebels liad been killed in a skirmish at Cananea Other unverified reports that Cananea and Its garrison had surrendered to tho rebels The order for reopening Catholic cathedrals In Sonora which have been closed since 1326 tinder a ruling of the federal government came vafter Gov Riueto Topete one of the lead of the revolutionary movement Issued a manifesto proclaiming relig ious freedom The manifesto bearing more than 2000 signatures including TDBN TO PAGE 7 Tlietop telephoto or President Hoovers the ot of fice from Justice of the Inaugural Uy RAYMOND Z IIBNLE Associated Press Staft Writer WASHINGTON March B big inaugural show Is over And now with the California engineer es abllshed in the white houseas thlrty trst president of the United State all who participated in his ascendancy recounted it as a spectacle in keeping vith the finest American traditions Trains scurried north south and westward taking back home the thouj who came to pay tribute to the new leader And tho people of Wash ington who poured out an extraordi nary measure of enthusiasm for him settled back tothe accustomed ways in the knowledge that a new and an entirely different man henceforth rill answer to the cheers There still were some thots how ever for the little sandyhaired man who had gone back to retirement In Northampton Jlass Tho folks he lived with as president for nearly six years bade him and the gracious lady whose charm lias become a byword thruout the land a farewell that came from the heart Marks of Inaugural But for all the enthusiasm for tho new and the wellwishing for the old leader the city of Washington had Cirst a more humdrum duty to attend o The inauguration had left its marl 11 rainsoaked paper and bedraggled nmting9 Unsightly empty stands vhich the multitude yesterday shook TURN TO PAGE 7 COLUMN 5 Sirs1 Hoover at theloft The Associated Press telenholr riRht shows the crowds which Bathereil In front of the historic capitol to watch Hoover talo the oath and licar his first inaugural address us chief executive An additional Inaugural picture OH page 8 Senate Puts Approval on 8 Gabiiietmen McKellar Renews Fight on Mellons Right to Con tinue in Office BULLETIN Mnrrli ilamesE Watson of Imilnnn was chosen republican leader of the senate todriy at a parly enee Ho takes the post Senator Curtis until he vice president 535 201 ire SdioJ too n road IOWA FORECAST Pirtly cloudy Tuesday nifflit Wednesday warmer in cast and south portions Wednesday LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at 8 oclock a n Highest MonAny 3H Above Ivowest In Nignt Above At 8 A M Tuestlnj 50 Above Balminess such JIB marked the entry ol March continued Monday and while there was no sun the melting of snow continued at a fairly brisk puce Within a week the north Iowa snow level by melUnff and packing has bnen cut almost inlmlt The wind was ou oC the squth Tuesday morning and up to noon there hnrt been little melting confcr heid hy became PUBLISHERS MOTHER DIES Mrs George EThroop Suc cunibs at Sons Home in Davenport DAVENPORT March B George E Throop 73 mother of Frank D Throop publisher of the Davenport Democrat and president of the Iowa Dally Press association died at her sons home today Mrs Throop was born in Peoria 111 Aug 21 1856 and at the age of B months moved with her parents to Mt Pleasant where she attended the public schools and Iowa Wcslcyan college In 1905 the family moved to Mus catine and in 1915 to Davenport She was prominent In P E O Sisterhood circles and was acquainted with all seven founders of the organization Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon after which the boily will be sent to Mt pleasant for burial WASHIXGTOXMarch S now members selected by Her i lort Hoover for his cabinet were con firmed today by the senate within n few minutes after the president had forwarded their nominations The nominations which were de livered to the senate almost at the hour It met follow Henry L Stlmson of New York sec retary of state James W Good of Iowa secretary of war William D Mitchell of Minnesota attorney general Walter P Drown of Ohio post master general Charles Francis Adams of Massa chuKetts secretary of navy Ray Lyman Wilbur California sccrctary of interior Arthur M Hyde of Missouri sec retary of agriculture Uobert P Lament ot Illinois sccre tary of commerce Mellon Under Fire Agiiin 275 Hawkeyes Pay Visit to White House West Branch Friends of Hoovers Guests at Ex ecutive Mansion By CLARENCE JOHNSTON Lee Syndicate Itepreaentative March Hoovers homo folks from West Branch and other Iowa towns greeted him in his new home today He re ceived them at noon In the white house after they had spent the morn inglouring the city and on a visit to Arlington placed a wreath on the Unknown Soldiers tomb Monday lowans In special seats in front of the inaugural stand upon a sieht seldom accorded citizens of this country They saw a new pros ident and two former presidents thel fellow lowan Hoover Coolldge am Tatt taking an official part in ai epochal national event lowans minded not tho gentle sprin ain that lias tended to freshen AVash ngtons green lawns and buddin rees Undinmfcil by Hum They stayed by the parade and lea y Governor Hammlll and the band HIGH COURT SAYS IOWAS HIGHWAY PLAN IS ILLEGAL ribunal Reverses Decision of Polk County District judge Permitting Issuance of Bonds to Complete States Road Program BULLETIN D DES MOINES March 5 new primary road bond bill to replace the state road bond act held unconstitutional by the Iowa supreme court today will be drafted late this afternoon The new measure will be written by Attorney General John Fletcher in coopera tion with State Senators T O Schaff and A H Bergman ES MOINES March 5 state bond act designed to raise sufficient revenue to complete the states primary road system in six years was held uncon stitutional today by the Iowa supreme court The decision was unanimous on the part of the full bench comprising seven members Action of the high court reverses a decision of tho Polk county district court which dismissed complainants petition for an injunction restraining the state executive council from issuing any bonds under the act The measure was virtually the sola product ot tho extra session of the ortysecond Iowa general assembly marched in the dripping procession from capitol to white house singing tho corn sons In way that left no doubt in the minds of thousands ot spectators that the Hawkcye state was proud ot its native son elevated to the presidency Iowa women receivedspecial greet their follownative eye Lou Hehry Hqjpverf new firiStr ia3y 4ri jlroye kWayrfrom thecapjtol It but Mrs Hoover seemed not to mind the open car Her hat was soaked but she was smiling waving and happy 11 the way FIRST DAY OF HOOVER REGIE Frank D Throop is vice president ot the Lea Syndicate of which the GlohcOazelto ja a member Lee P Loomis hiiJslncRs mannfior oC the will represent this newspaper at the funerftl March S senate today ordered an JnvcstlgiHiln ct theright of Andrew Mellon to continue as secretary of treasury and of his right to hold office under the to HUNT JEWEL ROBBERS Green Automobile Only Clew to Men Who Held Up Florida Store MIAMI BEACH Fla March 5 IF cast coast police today re newed their efforts to locale bandits who yesterday held up and robbed a Trtwelvy storce here of gems valued at between and Two men unmasked entered the store collected their loot at the points ol pistols and are thot to have mingled law forbidding the treasury head bo interested in business Senator McKellar democrat Ten nessee proposed the resolution of In vestigation nftcrPrealdcnt Hoover de cided to keep Mellon and James T ot labor in his cab inet without renomlnatlon The reao lutlonwag approved without a record vote With the declaration that everyone knows Mr Mellon is all right Sena tor Reed republican Pennsylvania in timate friend of the treasury with a nearby bench crowd for some time to avoid detection Today police are searching for green automobile said to have been used by the bandits and seen cruising north after the holdup Iloycotler Is Released CALCUTTA India March Mnhalma Mohandas K Ghamll was released on his own bond today and allowed to go to Burma following his arrest by British authorities yesterday CROWNING MOMENT WASHINGTON March 5 own the state where the tjilj corn rows and the birthplace of Herbert loover came into its own todny lien live newly elected President and Irs Hoover invited tlio Iowa delegn on of 275 persons to the white house t noon For many oC them Hits Is tho first Isit to Washington To see a native son installed in the listoric mansion was the crowning moment for the loyal delegation whiel lad traveled in 14 curs Jloyliooi Pa There Newt Butler boyhood pal of the resident Mollio Carran his old school teacher Dr Ij r Leech who attended Bert Hoover in illnesses of childhood and N P Olcsen mayor oE West Branch were unions the dele gation Mrs Ida B Wise Smith vice president oC tho national W C T U Mrs Gordon Klllott republican na tional comnnltteewoman from Iowa Mrs I JT Tonilinson customs col lector and T W Hceder ot Tiplon 32 vcar old niau who held Hoovers hat TURN TO PAGE 7 COLUMN 7 boycott dcnionitrrulon Ha TURN TO IVGK 7 COLUMN 2 ibo tricd llla return here SOUTH EXPECTS ANOTHER FLOOD Added Precautions Taken Following Another Big Rainfall ATLANTA Ga March B Klver valley residents In south central eorgla were taking added precau tions today foe a rencwal of last weeks flood stages following 24 hours additional rainfall which again has sent the Chattahoochec Flint Ocmul gee and Oconee rivers to high levels The United States weather bureau it Macon Issued an advisory warn ing to Macori Millodgevllle Hawklns vlllc and Dubljn Ga predicting rises close to flood stage r At Newton C5a the Tlint river was approaching its crest but has caused little damage BO fnr At Macon the Ocmulgee rose ten feet yesterday to a height of 23 feet and a few residents of the vast Ma con lowlands left their homes tenv porarily for the second time in teii days Rrvcral houses near AI jbany had been Will Rogers NEW YORK March sure fid seem strange to liear a prcsden Ial speech on something Imaides prosperity Mr Hoover hadnt iicen sworn in three minuteh before ho waded into a topic that M r Coolldge had never mentioned In six years Thot wns pro l i i t i o n and judges Benarofs governors Cnn Brcssmcn and party leaders lialnt been to WILL ROGERS their homos or liolrls three minutes till they vulcd into some old corn Inre war to kinder keep the chill off them aCier thnt rain Anrt over many a clinking siiss the general comment was Hint was a tine speech of Hoovers And right to the point too Yourn WILL P Coolidse jinsseii thru here this evening nnd I belit know whnt that quiet grin i bom fonyrlKht 1SWEU New President Down to Work Before Any of His Staff HULLUTIN WASHINGTON March 5 President Hoover had sciircily sol tied into the presidency today be fiiro lie was called upi to nuilco tho first nmjor decision of policy for his ndmiiiEStrallon U wis that lliere should bo no iIinnKO in tho present embargo on sliipincnts of iinns to Mexico excepton licenses issued by the state department March n Went Hoover made 111 early start on his full day as chief executive ar riving at his office at a m ahead oC nearly all ot the members ot hia staff and the white house force He switched on the electric light to banish the murky gloom caused hi lowering clouds outsiile and plunged Immediately into work His morning was Irec of formal en gagements ao that he might be unin terrupted as ho examined a mags of data which had been prepared for him Breakfasts Enrly Mr Hoover arose at his usual hnur 7 a m and bad breakfast with Mrs Hoover and members of the family The memi consisted of grapefruit Kicon and ogffs and corfoe vhich is standard with the president The chief executive and the first lady ast year Subsequently the measurf vas approved by the people in general election In November No bonda actually had been issued under tha act but tho stato executive council had Nov 30 last adopted TUBN TO PAGE 5 ijreygfroeipn o supreme court will found on pnffe o k resolution callingfor tho issutnce or approximately jn bonds as an Initial Installment for the purpose ot the court test also arranged for by the act Tro occupying tha presidential suite ised by Presidents Coolldfc Hnrdins Wilson Tnft and Roosevelt Jt con of two large bedrooms with 1 dressing room and sitting room and TURN TO PAGK CPLVMN 3 The bond act held UH constitutional today by the lown MI prcmo court cost the slate approxi untoly S100000 of the exlra which passed tlio legislation WJIH 5277115U advertising hill foiiHibHablne the ict in one in every county u the state amounted to Oth 3r prtnting including the text of llio law for general distribution and of nn explanation by the stato highway commission cost S653SO and G1IS4 respectively Attornev foes in court action not yet filed probably will bring tho grand total close to the 5100000 murk 12 ClirEsingci taxpayer who Joined In tile action as a party plain tiff is an employe oC tho DCS Moiuos cnllseum Ilo pays real ostate gasoline las and motor license fees all Integral Issues in the case Court Lists Kcasom The court held The legislative had no right to re quire the attorney general who Is part oC the judicial department of government to bring a suit against the stale The legislature bail no right to en join a legislature or the supreme court in an attempt to mnke the lan cffectivo Tho bond act docs not statfl n direct annual tax as contemplated by the state constitution Theact does nit impose a nltho it provides for the collection thereof Tho law is Invaliil because 5t tciuls lime for payment of bonds LIKES HOOVERS LIQUOR STAND Mrs Franklin Roosevelt Says Presidents Attitude Is Very Wise NIdW VOUK Match 5 IYnnklin U Kooaevelt wife of Now Yorks governor bus expressed her provAl oC Jresident Jloovera aland for observance of tho prohibition lnw JJiicutisingr in the I World Today before an auUieneo nt tlic west side branch or tho Y C A slio waid the attituOo i by Lho president in bis inauKiival rwl rlroHs was a very wise She I believed women conUl help hitn In Uiirf worlc just as they rttd fn the problem of food restvictlon In World war She said ihnt a woman remarked to her T have mver lived up to tlic pro hibition liiu but I think that Mr Hoover could pret me to do ThU vnetion Mrs Roosevrlt xvii3 common tn ninny vomeii find ip tiaiently Mi lloovev LliinVsS Tl UN TO FACT1 7 COIXMN AUNT HEX By Robert Quillen It aint sympathy thai makes a man want to pat a widows hand Tts just a feolin that shell stand foi it r   

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