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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 11, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                FOUR MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE MONDAY MARCH 11 1929 Sermon Causes Thief to Confess His Crimes LINCOLN Nebr March 11 Saying a sermon lie heard 1n church Sunday afternoon had made him de cide to go straight John M Hiit stlne 31 Kanorado Kans walked In to the police atation late last night confessed to two car and a hold up nnd then Implicated his partner O 1 Fuhr 27 Kansas City Officers took the mans tip and arrested Fuhr at his rooming place iiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiniiniiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiu OOT3 OF THE GREAT CLOTHING STORES OF IOWA j TOT new spring TwoTrouser Suits They Dont Need Any Selling On Our a Great Money Saver and Most Men Know It But We Do Want You to Know Twotrouser suits ara not a hitormlss proposition at Abel Son Inc We dont just have a few of them on hand In case somebody asks for one we have many of them Many stores believo that twotrouser suits hurt the clothing business Of course they do A man doesnt have to buy BO often if all his suits have two pairs of trousers but what of that Isnt it the duty of a good store to save its patrons money We think it Is at Abel Son Inc Come in Weve got twotrouser suits in any color or patterns you want the newest styles of the spring season If we can save you money thats what the more we can save for you the port of out wore herafp men A Big Complete Assortment of Spring Newest TwoTrouser Suits Membership on Rum Board Hoover Task CONTINUED FHOM PAGE 1 sources that the inquiry would go Into the Volstead act Itself and that if tho facts disclosed that a liberaliza tion of that act within the scope and ntent the eighteenth amendment vias likely to result in better enforce ment recommendations to that end could ba expected Duringhis campaign Mr Hoover had the wholehearted support oC the dry organizations of the country The leaders of theso bodies and especially of the AntiSaloon league which has by far the most potent voice of all in the matters of national prohibition legislation are now dis posed to give him a free hand In his efforts to bring about a more whole some condition than now exists May Be n Month It may be a month or more before appointments to the commission ave announced by Mr Hoover as he cte slres to consult not only with his own law enforcement officials but also with Jurists and prominent members of tho bar The commissions work s to em brace a critical review of the whole machinery of federal justice and this task is of such magnitude that its completion within even a year is re sarded as well nigh impossible It might bo that prohibition would bo given first consideration with a par tial report covering it made in ad vance of the final report on reorgani zation of the systems of courts selec tions of juries and prosecuting arms of the government BEGINS DUTIES MISS FEUNE BROWN Miss Feme Brown who lias been employed as n teacher at Ihm Grove began her duties Monday morning as home demon stration agent In Worth ami nebago counties She will spend two weeks of every month in each county Miss Brown received her training1 at Ames No colds in 35 winters When a remedy for colds wins fame round the world when it is bought by more than 200000 people every day when hundreds of thousands have used it for 35 years or longer there can be no more convincing proof that the way to stop colds quick is with GROVES BROMO QUININE The tiny tablets are easy to take and they go to the seat of the trouble Promptly yet gently they clear the digestive tract rid the system of cold poisons and stimulate general vitality At the very first symptom of a cold build up re sistance to more serious ills by taking two Bromo Quinines with water But first make sure of getting the genuine Emphasize GROVES whenaskingthedrug gist for GROVES BROMO QUININE Price joe WALTON MEETING AT CLEAR LAKE Many Mason City Members 4 Expected to Be Present Because a number ot tho major ac tivities ot the Cerro Gordo chapter of the Izaak Walton league directly con cern Clear Lake the regular monthly meeting of the chapter wilt be held in the Clear Lake public library auditor ium March 18 Frank C Goodman president of the chapter has an nounced Among the projects the local chap ter Is working on ore Establishment of a fish nursery pond as auxiliary to tho Lake hatchery removal of carp from the waters of the lake greater protection for the natural spawning areas obtaining for the fish and game department the expenditure the full amount Its receipts for fish and gamo propogation protection hatcheriey nursery ponds and game refuges im addresses by Sheriff G B Cress Ralph Stanbery JC Robinson E B Slillman and j others In addition three reels of new and unusual outdoor motion pictures will be shown No admission charsre will be made and the solo reason for tha meeting is to establish a closer relationship between Clear Lake and Mason City conservationists Much Interest Jn the meeting has already been shown by the citizens Clear Lake and tho general public is invited to attend A large delegation from Mason City Is expected to be present Minnesota Auxiliary Unit Organizes Archery Team MINNEAPOLIS Minn March 11 strings may tvransr and arrows whiz when the American Lesion aux iliary meets In Louisville for Its na tional convention next October The Calhoun unit of tho auxiliary hers has organized an archery team of 14 mem bers and is seeking competition In the ancient sport from other units ofthe auxiliary The auxiliarys fair arhccra aro hoping that a national contest may be arranged at tha Louisville convention 2 Airmen in Long Hop to Save Pastor Flyers Hope to Bring Min ister From Hudson Bay Retreat SUDBURY Ont March 11 fff Two airmen were on a 300mile flight today in an effort to save the life of a trading post clergyman on the shore of Hudson bay Captain Hoy TV Maxwell and George Gill hoped to reach Remy lake today plclc up a physician and con tinue to Mooso factory where the Rev G Morrow of Rupers house lies seriously injured The plane arrived here yesterday from Camp Borden after fighting its way thru severs snowstorms Captain Maxwell said that if neces sary he would cut space in the fusil age of the plane to accommodate the patient and bringhim to a hospital 18000 Men Marching on City of Torreon COXTINUK1 FltOM PAGE J Torgeson Has New Redistricting Bill on the west coast There the advance of the rehel army under Gen Fran cisco Manzo had extended from Sonora down thru tho state Sinaloa to Cullas Mazatlan one of three sizeable west coast ports was the object Small Defense Force Defending Mazatlan from the rebels was a small force under Gen Jaime Carrlllo A government announce ment today said tho advance had stopped altho it did not Indicate when where or why A possible explanation was found however Jn dispatches which told of withdrawal of some ot Manzos men for use on tho Chihua hua front Success of this rebel west coast ven txire might givethem a base of ttons for at least a threat against Mexico City by way of the state ot Nayarit and the city of Guadalajara Such an offensive would threaten the rear of General army and probably divert Boms of his forces from the northern front From Canltaa some 2000 federal troops have been sent westward to Duraneo capita of the state of that namo Only a small rebel garrfeon is believed remaining there ana little dlf tlculty is expected In capturing the city Moving westward from Monterey government reports said Gen An dreu Almazan had between 6000 ana 8000 men ready to aid in the attack Jon Torreon Quits Sn Vera Cruz Government announcements said an offer of surrender had been received from Gen Jesus M Aguirre com mander of the rebel forces In the state of Vera Cruz who was forced to flee the city of that name after most of his torce returned to the government banners Tho generals offer was made conditional upon his being allowed to make hie way out of the country safe The announcement said the offer was refused and he was told he and his men would have to surrender un conditionally and submit to court martial It is said here the government does not Intend to be lenient with the rebel leaders and that Jf blood doesnt flow on the battlefields it will at least run freely before firing squads Thus far there have been three federal execu tions Gen Jesus Palomera Lopez Mexico Cityi Gen Juan Lagunnas at Alvarado Vera Cruz and Gen Ireneo Villareal at Parras Nuevo Leon If rebels have executed any it Is unknown here Meanwhile Mexico City remains calm Aerial and railroad communica tion has been resumed with the Unit ed States and steamers are calling again at Vera Cruz Gather 5000 Troops CONTINUE FROM 1AGE 1 Condition of Elsie Janis Still Serious PARIS March il condi tion of Elsio Tanls American stage star was unchanged this morning and still extremely eerlous Her physicians do not think the Illness will prove nec essarily fatal The congestion in the right lune Is tho disturbing factor alone with tha bood infection which Is spreading thruout the body The ap pendicitis symptoms wero less pro nounced yesterday Commercial Air Fleet Asked to Be on WatcK for Breaking of Ice BERLIN March entire air fleet both the Lufthanska and such private concerns as tho Junkers Ttohrbach and Heln kel have been requested to observe the breaking up of tho Ice on tho Phine Moselle Elbe Weser Danube and other streams Every pilot Is asked to report his observations promptly thusassisting the authorities in judicious planning of relief measures reinforcement of river banks and the like drawn up by Attorney General John Fletcher and Introduced in both houses to Issue anticipatory warrants up to 560000000 to pay for the six year extension program and retire them as funds became available Theso bills are In committee alone with a constitutional amendment which would legalize retirement of the warrants from state funds ShafrPiittciBiin Debate The senate spent most of the morn Ing debating beautiClcation of primary road right of ways nnd overruns of butter passing bills relating to those subjects with five others A tiff between Senators J O SliaCf anil George W Patterson developed during debate on Shafts bill to add to tho duties oE tlio state highway com1 mission tho nuiintenaneo of neitniiss and attractiveness of right ot way Patterson objected to devoting im mediate attention to beautification de claring paving and maintenance of the roads and the secondary road problem should be given full attention at this time Shatf retorted that Patterson had not votcI for the Eergman bill passed by tho senate unify county wide road prosrama and has voted against every piece of good roadg legislation brot up here in the last HX years Sliaff ISill Passed Patterson replied that his objection to primary road legislation had been based on his preference lor caring for farm to market highways first The Shaft bill was passed after on amendment stating that maintenance of neatness nnd attractiveness mlsht be supplemented by landscaping or plantings without expense to the state Tho Christophel bill to make It un lawful for creameries to have over runs of more than 24t per cent and providing for penalties for violation was adopted 40 to 0 Senator Stoddnrd of Woodbury county announced a public hearing on appropriations for p m Tuesday B arartyii il Mexican rebels continued to march southward thru Sinaloa today headed for Mazatlan and an apparently in evitable battle with federal troops standing1 fast in that strategic city Across the Gulf of California other revolutionary forces from the lower half ot Baja California also headed toward Mazatlan Fiva thousand soldiers were de clared by General Francisco Borciuez rebel commander In Sonora to be concentrating in southern Sinaloa and marching for the attack on Mazatlan Declaring these forces ample to rout Gen Jaime Carillo federal leader holding Mazatlan Borquez overnight brot 2000 soldiers by train out of southern Sonora to move eastward into Chihuahua They were not need ed on the Sinaloa front General Bor ciuez explained and were destined to join the rebel orces threatened with federal attack at Torreon and in Dur ango Singing on the March Quila Sinaloa early today marked the advance line of the southward marching rebels They passed thru there last night singing as they marched The point Is 100 miles north of Mazatlan and 30 miles south of Cullacin approaching which concen tration point was General Roberto Cruz with 2500 cavalrymen to Join the attacking column Gen Simon Jago leading GOO Ta qul Indians was reported to have come out of the Sinaloa Hills and joined the rebel troops near Cullacan The Baja California lower district revolt which occurred Saturday at midnight sent 1300 men by boat across the golf to Join tha march on Mazatlan These troops Joined the southward offensive early today at Guayomas Sonora Buy risnes in U S NEW IORK March 11 fleet of planes destined for use by the Mex ican government forces against the rebels Is being turned out at the Vought Aircraft factory Long Island City The first group of the planes which will leave the plant fully equipped with machine guia and bomb racks is expected to start for Mexico this weelc Chance Vought head of the com pany declined to say how many had been ordered but saidhis plant had been working day and niglit to fill the order Shey are the Vought Corsair type biplane with place for pilot and gun ner equipped with Pratt ana Whitney 400 horsepower motors They are sim ilar to planes used by American ma rines in Nicaragua Tho New York Times says that pilots who are to fly the planes south are being trained at the naval air sta tion at Hampton Roads Va Briga dier General Juan F Azcarate chief if the Mexican air service who came to contract for tha planes is expected to fly one of them back Man Pinned Beneath Auto Is Drowned in Two Inches of Water FAIRMONT Minn March 11 Pinned face down beneath his car af ter It skidded off the road into a shal low creek Clyde S Wharton 47 farmer near here drowned In two Inches of water late Sunday For owr 3 faomton thrau Throat W Torn ainsquidSy relief t ohenpteventsseriomUlnera Tryit At f druggists 35c 60c Hospital tizeSlOO ji JVrrinaf DrW OMauch DENTIST Weir Bide Phone 812 BEWARE THE COUGH FROM COLDS THAT HANG ON Clarksville Boy Is Found Dead in Bed CLARFCSVtLLE March Hunt 17 the only eon of Mr and Mrs Frank Hunt who live on a arm four miles southeast oi here was found dead In his bed Sunday morning at 7 oclock lie had been somewhat of an Invalid for several years but there had been no serious complications for some time Is survived hy his parents and six sisters all ot whom live at home Funeral services will be held Wednes day afternoon at tho Methodist church In Shell Ilock Burial will bo fn the Shell Rock cemetery Girl Recovers After 300 Unconscious Hours Following Car Accident III March 11 AHco Mitchell IS year old slil who was unconscious more than 300 hours after an automobile accident four weelcs ago was back home today con valescslng She was brot here from a hospital at Aurora wliere she was confined Pour of her churns killed carIn which they were riding WJLS struck by a freight train near Aurora Wife of Eugene ONeill Reported on Way to Reno NEW YORK March 11 days New York American says thut Mra Agnes Boultoji ONeill wife of Eugene ONelll dramatist Is reported to havo for Reno to seek a di vorce Coughs from colds may lead to se rious trouble You can stop them now with Creomulsion an emulsified creosote that is pleasant to take Creomulaion is B medical discovery with twofold action it soothes and heals the inflamed membranes and in hibits germ growth Of all known drugs creosote is rec ognized by high medical authorities B3 one of the greatest healing agencies for coughs from colds and bronchial irritations Creomulaion contains in addition to creosote other healing CREOM FOR THE COUGH FROM COLDS THA THANG ON elements which soothe and heal tho inflamed membranes and stop the ir ritation while the creosote goes on to the stomach is absorbed into the blood attacks the seat of the trouble and checks tho growth of the germt Creomulsion is guaranteed satisfac tory in the treatment of coughs from colds bronchitis and miaor forms oi bronchial irritations and is excellent for building up the system after coldi or flu Money refunded if not re lieved after taking according to direc tions Ask your druggist adr ULSION W R Cothern M D Rectal and Chronic Diseases Plies cnred by painless office methods without ad operation Private diseases of men and women Abrams and other electric treatments Riven including Diathermy which will cure ony cssa nf uncompli cirted rheumatism Special attention eiven to proper aiet In coses treated I have moved my office to E STATE ST OVER LUNDBERGS Eleventh Year in Mason City Phone 1546 THRIFT No Truce of Tcniplotnn Koliliors CARROLL March 11 OCCloera today hnd fnllctl to locate I wo 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