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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 2, 1929, Mason City, Iowa North Iowas Edited for the Home AND MASON CITY FINAL1 El VOL XXXV FIVE CENTS PER COPT PRESS LEASED WIRE MASON CITY IOWA SATURDAY MARCH 2 1929 PNITED PUESS AND JXTERXATIONAT NEWS BTIPPUSMENTAI SERVICE NO 124 LAMONT TO BFJOMMERCE HEAD Rain Drenches Early Inaugural Fans at Capital llatl Mi II BRILLIANT FETE PREDICTED FOR NEW PRESIDENT Damp Weather Is Likely for Monday Too Says Weather Bureau By BYRON PRICK Press Staff Writer WA SlU NGTOX March J March nunetonn followed by M light snow played an uninvited pre lude today to the inaugural extnxv1 agaiiKU and struck note of doubt whether bright skies or dark will look down on the elevation of Herbert Hoover to the presidency Arriving delegations comingby train and motor cavalcade were drenched by the downpour and the gay bunting of the citys decorations was reduced momentarily to a soggy fovlornness The snow melted as it fell Home what clearer weather followed but the government forecasters pre dicted more rain tomorrow and prob ably Monday morning11 The cere monies are to reach their peak shortly after noon Inaugural committee officials who have followed from the first a rain or shine program preparations said the unfavorable turn would not greatlydim themagnificence otMon inauguralspectacle Program for Hoovers Inaugural WASHINGTON March 2 Following is tlie calendar of events to take place Monday when Herbert Hoover is Inaugurated president ot the United States and Charles Curti vice president 11 and Curtis ar rive at the white house and Mrs Coolidse Mr aiul Mrs Hoover Sena tor Curtis and his sister Mrs Edward II Gann leave tho white house for the capitol j 12 senate Is couj vcnod and Senator Curtis takes oath office as vice president and delivers his inaugural address 1 Hoover is inducted SENATE HOUSE IN AGREEMENT ON PROHIBITION Dry Law Enforcement to Swaledale Hanse II to Finals on the way Sf S Pain i apparently to take their chances In the unroofed stands which cluster about the Capitol plaza and stretch along the parade line to the white house One feature of uncertainty how ever somewhat worried those in charge of plans for a great aerial nip play on Monday alovc the capital iiiiBj Play on iviontiay aiHvt mu Boiling field hase for several score y arV b Mi jne k X Msi of ailcraft that were to make up Hoovers air escort of honor was rain soaked this afternoon and ground of ficials feared that further rain might make landing field conditions hazard ous Tlie storm by no means washed out theenthusiasm or activity of Ihe crowds Downtown sidewalks were alive with sightseers and a continu ous traffic jam ot motors kept police men busy all along lower Pennsyl vania avenue The Inaugrural ceremonies are to be gin nt 10 oclock Monday morning central standard time and continue thruout the day until after D oclock The broadcasts hiay he obtained over the National Broadcasting companys rhain and also the Columbia Broad casting chain including practically every important station in the country His cabinet complete and his inaug ural address ready for delivery the presidentelect himself had for the moment one of the quietest roles of nil in the tumult of last preparations Has Season of Rest After trying weeks he found an op portunity for a season of rest with Ills family In the red brick house on S from which he goes 48 hours TURN TO PAGE 2 COLUMN 1 into office by Chief Justioo TaCt and then delivers llis inaugural address Z and Mrs Hoover Mr Curtis and Mrs Gann return up Pennsylvania avenue to the white house Mr and Mrs Coolidge to Union station to entrain for North ampton Mass forms at the peace monument in front or the cap ital plaza and starts up Pennsylvania fenue 3 shortly Mr and Mrs Hoover Jlr Curtis and Mrs Gann and the presidential party mount the reviewing stand In front ot the white house to review the parade S shortly aVitunitst of iiaracierpassithtfTe view ing vstaha and Mr aJioVMrsHiver return to the white house Mr Curtla andMrs Gann go to the vice presiden tial suite at the Mayflower hotel 8 display on the monument grounds which Mr Ioovcr will watch from the white iouse 9 tall at the Washington auditorium begins Jfr Curtis and Mrs Gann will attend Other receptions and balls will begin Cost in Next Fiscal Year BULLETIN WASHINGTON Miirch 2 President CooliGge tmlay slgncil llio Jones bill increasing penalties j for prohibition law violation U a maximum of five years imprison ment ana fine By D HAROLD OLIVER Associated Press Staff Writer WASHINGTON March 2 principal worries over as a result of last minute concessions and com promises on major legislation the1 seventieth congress was almost ready to close its doors today and turn out to see tlie Hoover Inaugural OC course much remained to be done and the full of the gavel on Monday threatens to many elev enthhour nominations and minor bills but leaders were breathing easier for tlie first time in weeks after tho sen ate and house at the first twin night session of tho winter reached an agree ment on the controversial proposal lor an increase In prohibition enforcement funds aiid brolce the deadlock on the radio bill TJieflrst move toward xellevlns th clogged machinery was the corn Jiftmlsftori the prohibition item Apree on Amount The amount finally agreed upon wa exclusivo of an aflditiona for a survey ot cnforcemen conditions by a commission to he ap pointed by PresidentElect Hoover These funds were included In the tw pending deficiency measures and th house last night gave approval to th conference report on ono of thesebill which carries morethan a million do lars of the total Plymouth Is QUIZZED IN MASSACRE Nosed Out of B Division Close Contest Is Feature of Meet Manly Five Beaten IN one oC tlie most thrilling finishes to a gomo ever played on tho Mason floor Swaledalo defeated Ply mouth 33 to 32 in tha semifinals ot the class B tournament Saturdaj morning Wllh the score 32 to 29 in I mouths favor and four minutes to play a Swaledalo player dropped In a counter to bring the score within HEAVHSCORT IS ORDERED FOR COL LINDBERGH Fear of Bandit Attack Brings Artillery Unit as Guard As a result ot the compromise on the item which brings th total direct appropriations for tli neyt fiscal year for dry law enforce mont to approximately J1S00000 the conferees finally ditched tho con trovertert proposal of Sena tor Harris democrat Oeorgia whlc the senate inserted in tlio first def ciency bill The total however was slightl higher than tho figure ret omntenfled hy President Coolidge an which tho house approved in pasaln tho second deficiency hill Threaten Filibusters last night in tho eena threatened the measures providing f crtending the life of tho radio con mission as an administrative body an for a survey of a route for a possib FINALS TONIGHT The sectional championship in both A and B classes will be de rlecitled Saturday night when Ma son City meets Osage in UIB A di vision and and 1IansuH meet in tho H division oint oC Plymouths For threo miiv tes and 58 seconds more the two earns battled with neither able to feet nadvantage Then an overhand shot roin the corner tloor settled in o m Koop as the gun sounded deten or Plymouth MANLtLQSES Manly forfeited Its chances at the sectional class B title when It lost a slow contest to Hansell 36 to 10 in the second game of tho Bemtflnals Satur day forenoon Schwab for Hansel was high point man oC the game with tin teammates Allen and Tuckers closely following Hansell had little trouble In dispos ing ot its opposition and appeared to save Its strength for tha final tilt with Swalodale Saturday nights DISCHARGEJURY IN ART TRIAL No Verdict Possible in Suit Over Authenticity of Painting NEW TORIC March 2 jury in the DuveenHahn art libel trial reported a disagreement at oclock this morning and was released by Jus 10 Advisors to Aid New President IOWA FORECAST Ifio Sea sSoo io i fs m I 3 i Unsettled Saturday night anil Sunday probalilv light rain or snow Saturday night colder Sun day LOCAL STATISTICS GlobeGazette weather figures for 24 hour period ending at S oclock a m Saturday Highest Friday 28 Aliovo Lowest in Night 12 Ahovo At S A M Saturday 111 Ahovo With a wind out oC the south nnd the sun shining brightly prospects for warmer were never brighter than Saturday morning Toward noon however the sun hid Itself under a layer oC clouds and themarch of tlio mercury up ihe column was nmupily hailed CITT March MVA heavy artillery escurt was pro vided Col Chatlea A Lindbergh Am bassador Morrow and his family by the Mexican government tliia morn Ing for their 40 mile trip to the Mor row country home at Cuernavaca A bandit raid on a freight train yes terday near Cuernavaca led to fears by government officials that guerilla elements ever active in this area in tended harm to Mexicos distinguished guest pnd his fiancee Miss Anne Mor row Leader Is Executed But for the fact that Colonel Lind bergh hla fiancee her mother and sis ter Elizabeth chose to go to Toluca in stead of adhering to an original plan to motorto Cuernavaca yesterday they would have passed close lo the scene of the bandit attaclc Maximiilano Vlgueras held respon sible for those altaclis has since been captured and executed but there have been reports that Benjamin Mendoza who surrendered recently was back In the field and operating in this district The motive for attack on Colonel Lindbergh and the Morrows would be supplied In desire for ransom which probably would be quickly paid in Interoceanic ship canal across sua but these finally died out and the hills were approved After speaking more than six hours ainst tho radio bill Senator Cope land democrat New York proposed an amendment to give the commission a new lease on life until Dec 2L 1020 The measure then was passed TURX TO PAGE 1 COLCMN 1 NOTEDMUS1CIAN TAKES OWN LIFE Harrison Major Wild Pre ferred Death to Oncom ing Deafness CHICAGO March Major Wild ono of Chicagos best known musicians preferring death to lelfness killed himself last night Hla jody was found in the basement beside that of a pet dog which also heel been killed by a bullet from a ptstcl tice Black The case went to the jury at oclock yesterday afternoon The jurors were understood to favor he defendant to 3 IJANELLI ACE TRIAL FOR SEVEN KILLINGS Alibis Are Smashed Says Assistant States Attorney CHICAGO March 1 first nurder charges to be issued in the Valentines liny sans massacre case sent Jack JNIcGurn and Itoeeo Pandit nto court for arraignment today smashed their alibis said Assistant States Attorney David Stansbury and within 30 days well be ready to go to trial Both were members of tlie execu tion Stansbury declared and any effort to seek their release on bail will opposed with all tlio force we can command would not indicate what evidence he had to disprove Mediums story thai ho spent the iminler morn ing in his room at tho Stevens hotel t was revealed however that the olico had traced telephone calls made y McGurn during his two weeks etay the hotel Hojrstlio CliildJ JfcGurn talked several times with a friend In Ctcero police said and the conversations were obviously In code Onco McGurn was asked Howa the and his reply was they got Tho following ten men have been Announced as making up President elect Hoovers cabinet The last two announced were Arthur 51 Hyde for Hccretary of agriculture anil Robert f Lamont for commerce secretary SECRETARY OF STATE Henry tSfirnsou New 1orli SKCRETARV OP TREASURY Andrew Mellon Pennsylvania SECRETARY OF WAR James Good Town ATTORNEY GENERAL William D Mitchell Sllnnesolal SECRETARY OF NAVY Charles F Attains Massachusetts SECRETARY OF INTERIOR Kay Lymnii Wilbur California SECItETARY OF AGRICULTURE Arthur 31 Hyde Missouri SEURKTARY QV LABOR Iiuues Davis Pennsylvania SECRETARY OF COMMERCE Thomas Lmnuiil Illinois POSTMASTER OENERAT F Brown Oliiii HYDE IS NAMED FOR SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE Former Missouri Gover nor and Illinois Man Complete Cabinet By JAMES t WEST Associated Press Staff fASHINGTON March 2 AP JinIt Mcfiuni below member ot Scarfacc A I Capouos gaiiK in Chicago faces a formal charge of murder in connection wllli he St Valentine day massacrelit seven members of the Ccmgo HUES Moral Runs ui a Chicago cnniRe McGurn was arrested in u Cliicagn hotel will Knife lop who wiia held fur question ing their cases and enhanced prestige among other Mexican outlaw ele ments Hint Wedding Soon On the other hand the certitude of fjiilck reprisal hy the government should bo a deterrent In view of per sonal popularity of ColonorLlndherprh and the Morrows no physical harm lo them would ho expected Allho sources cloae to tlie Morrow family have reiterated there is to he no secret wedding between Anne and Colonel Lindbcigh a large contingent of newspaper men and photographers planned to follow thn carrying them closely as the troop escort HilUl of Organists Kor many would permit I he maintained a music Htndlo lcve Mrs Wild said her husband who for more than 30 years wis 1 ctni ductor of the Apnllo club and TLV Mendelssohn Maennerchor had been despondent since deafness began re stricting his musical usefulness llr often told her she snld lint life had become a burden hecatiso of his fall Ing hearing Mr WIM vho was 07 years old was horn In Iloboken J and educated hereand it Germany a Quarter of a century he wns orga itft of Grace Protestant church Two years ago he resigned 30year connection with tho Apollo club remarking nt the time that 30 milestones along vhe me road are enough Ho was a member of the Cliirajro Manuscript society and the American Will Rogers NEW TOHTv March Coolidsc you arc leavinp MS and this is only a comedians eulogy but I will never forget what your bosom friend Dwlght Morrow told me that you said to him on bcins suildenly sworn in an of fice that wasnl yours Dwluht I nm not going to try and ho a great president Thats all you sjiid That will stand in my ROGERS memory as the greatest remark any Ificcr holder ever made For no man Is great if he thinks he is You should bo leaving without a single regret 1 have told many jokes about you and this dont mean I am to out for we love jokes about those we like And Mr Coolidsc any one who ever heard me mention yodr name on a public stage knows what I think of you I am only sorry 1 waft too ninScuIinc to contribute to tho beautiful gift of the ladies of VVnMhinijton Sci good Hick 1 you and CJrace GiliyriRhf lowans Will Be First to Greet Hoover Mason City Girl Tells of Spe cial Honors Accorded Delegation SENATOR HAWKKYIS HARPERS FERRY March Here CO miles from Washington tl first of a series of pretty especial hon ors will be accorded tho West Branch Iowa delegation to the Inauguration when tho seven Iowa representatives and Senator Brookhart will board their train at thit historic point to es cort them Into the capital colons will break away from their business whicll is fa pressing those days and lake the 120mile jour ney at 3 oclock in tho afternoon in order to show this courtesy to those who represent tho vicinity of the ir idents birthplace First to See Hoover And this Iowa delegation will havej tho pleasant honoinC being first to greet and shake hands with MrHoov er when he goes to the whim home for the first time TIICSB irc choice lilts singular to the dcleBitKn out of all tho delegations of the na tion And the aloof the FnanlnnfUrd ntor Mosps himseK to see iliat Mr Rlctlcr the oiMoRonnriau to whom Hrjover has promised the honor of Knlprlit of thn Hat diiririK the lilf The wife his a of the icmt was as Toother lime This was taken lo mean hat important information was escap ig Louise Kolfe arrested with McGurn vns to bo arruiKiwd today with Mc Gurn and Fiinclli The Ktingsters were h booknd on seven clinrgos of niur ler one far eich of the men shot own 11 The fact Mint Misi Holfe was cliaiseil with disorderly conduct for vhich bail is easily made was taken sa an Indication that police would not ittempt to hold her in jail Ttirt Hotweeti Iulicc AHnrnry Blffcronces between the statc3 at torneys office and tho police Ixcame evident when it was announced that loliconien from the prosecutors office would henceforth carry on tlie task of fliinif additional cvirlcnco and cap turinK the oilier liolicvcd to have tukcn part In the murders The prosecutors said they Mil not aspect any further devnlopmrnls until tiie arrival of Capmve friiu Miami wluio they sent summons lnr liis an earanco March li fiom Minml yesterday liowevnr rimuil Capone as KiyiiiK ho did not imrnl LO answer the svnnmonf PRESIDENT AT EHDOFROMMS PROUD OF DEEDS 150 Pieces of Legislation Await Coolidge Signature Ry RICHARD L TURNER Assncliileil Iress Srnff Writer WASHINGTON KnillUly happ Mnrcli 2 that lie and Sirs Coolidge are about lo return to Ihe iraco and serenity of their old Northampton home President Cool was busy today with lastminute mutation of government business on by a realization ot much to ho done and tho tact that it was h last full working day as chief execu tive of the nation K liis action were nearly 150 pieces of IcRislatton lacking his signature to make them laws there were numerous federal offices of great ivsponsibllily to be filled and he days engagement calendar stand in its embossed leather frame on the presidents desk revealed n Ions list of government officers people of nntioin pruinineitcc and closo friends who wished to drop in 5hulo hnuds il him gooilbye Iroud of His Couliclge lias made no effoia to Hoover himself an en gineer has selected another en gineer Robert Patterson La mont Chicago to head the lepartment of commerce of vhich he was the chief for nearly eiirht years The selection oC the presi dent of the American Steel oundries company as the enth man in the new cabinet was uncovered by the Associ ated Press ending a long pe riod of intensive speculation as to his identity Soon after wards the appointment was ormally announced at Hoover eadquarters at the Mayflower lotel A few hours previously I hail beftu announced that former Clov Aithur M Hyde ot Missouri had accepted the post of secretary ot agriculture Selection a Surprise The selection ot Lamont cania as a complete surprise to politicians gen erally He never has beort active in politics having devoted his life ID engineeringand husiness affairs In castingabout a man to carry forward the work lie had so Ion done himself Hoover desired first nf all to find an outstanding engineer who ranged lush both in MK profes sion and in thebusiness world gener ally Lamont was recommended as rllHngtlfose juallfiwilions and tit presidentelect Induced him to accept he appointment Apparently be rim wHed wJUi only a few or his tlos ulvisers Hcni in Del wit t Jamont horn n ilplrnit TJ at Inko Forest 1 18GT Hi3 home is 111 An officer oC several business con cerns scn0d i the World war as chief or the procurement tl ision ot tho oi4lnnnce deparltnenl Lamont is president of tlie Amrri can Steel Foundries couipnny ot Chi cago and very prominent In steel and Iron manufacturing circles in Chicago and the northwest It is understood that Lament linn beon warmly recommended tf I be presidentelect since the election Ho Is expected to reach Wnshlngton tomorjow HYDE APPOINTED March 2 T clttnnx on v WINTER STILL GRIPS EUROPE Heavy Snowfalls in Central Part of Continent Continue LONDON March 2 cum ot bitter wintry weather tmufd today must of the countries riiUii that no imnd Heavy snowfalls in Austria Hun gary ami the Balkans further ruptcd railway service an the wxck cimc to its iloso wbiln in ireece n spell of srvnro wouther with new i floods caused great hardships conceal fact that his reiirnment From office will enable hfm to return lo ibe life his likes oest Allho Ihe last eight years hive been crowded with significant events and accompllshmpnts oC which he is in tensely proud there has always lurked in the chief executives mind i sire sometimes discussed Coolidge to so back home In interview with the Associated 1R houra way Koovn liy nvaitfil his Innujgrurntion with renity sharply in contrast with fretixioil efforts oC the political era to hie upon thu of tho man in his Iahlnet ths Tho Identity or Hie oilier ono of thp two men around whom had heftn thrown n voll of mystery ivns uncov ered overnlRht He Is Arthur M Hyfln Press In Mr Coolidge montionpd j his visils in the old homestead at 1lyinoutli Vr and the pleasure he de rived from doing the little odd jobs I hat were constantly things j that must lio Utt lo otluVs when one s from jjtc in white houKft Rurromultd by j i liirgo stall oC servant TUIIX PACK COLUMN iliun violent gaie with wopl ovrr Irnnce hile i ho bitte ing of Ihe oath of offi far and lie Uiken scrupulous of KurroimiUng his visit nnd duty lunv Ami it is said thru some at least of the Jimi will havo nnvelj but ionain iicoomnifKlations while hero Thoy will borlhs on tbf Vnllnian lain hor innocent faith In tho win of hotel honking as wrli tthciO inil uhcti riicr will Wll IK1 one hugeIcvv Thiwo Wash Inglonuuis who ai not it tbeif divenpoilrf next wrolc iJ ish llHir TlTtV TO CiGIi COIAMN i hul 1 Tlie entire northern Unltic Fca coiilinuuJ ivitb iliiiU WEATHER NEXT WEEK h f p1ip1 sanl norma with ilns l iMsitipi and lower 1 v ai1 only hnof io11 l first nf w It a simple life of this Uinil fi ee from vfivants and secret wvvicc men that is beckoning the presidrnt to and serving to allfy his deop tMl often regret that bo inns scvor ihe many pleasant pr simal associations which hn has littllt about liimsiif in I Ilnst to Hoover Curtis lie lias mentioned this reluctance irany times this liis last week in the white house to the many call irs who have come to say lo SViishingrcn corrcspoiuKiits and Iinally to tle 10 men who o been clisc to him in adininlHleriiig ilio af friirfl of the his cabinet Two events rrmiiii on the Cuolldge sncial cilimlir Tonight the memlierfl ioC tlio cabinet and tlifir wives will be dinner snestn nt tin whithouse nnc evenlnK Mr and Mrs Cool will be hosts at tinntr TO the Iurtls iiul Uis sisTjr Mis Kd AUNT HET By Robert Quillen I cant never uiulcisUuut I a man feels chivalrous acarryin bundles for an other woman henpecked if ho has to It it 1or his wife 1 ;