TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1933 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COUKIER NEWS PAGE THREE Glory That Preceded Death City Second In )eat!i Has Ended Careers; of Presidents oi Andean Republic. Tills is Hit- £f<ond of si\ htniipl ;i< lining CM uf Hie mosl ura- natle chaiilfr.i in modern lilstirv. I lif wave of rcvolutlii»>: thai iia: pi l.alln America in l!ie I'*' 1 |:lirn- year^. nr,» climaxed Ity the idt-i5 in <:ul-i. BV HOBKKT TAI.I.KV NKA Si-rvlee Wrili'i' '1'hey say il.e tjhobt of Tian- .rsco PiKirrn. \vlro wrested I'e.-'i's ri.-hes from ihe Incas, still su'ks rhiough the grim old Kovcrnmen: ll'ulace at. Lima—where he ruK'd JlOO years ago and v.hi-re he dii'J |\ ,th an iLHS-..ssl!rs dageer in (:is 1'i-art—niutlerlng emse.s on Hi-jM 1 |/.)m uioke .Hie anck-nt grip i'f in on the rich country liu '!!•:•• 1'Cvered. ft is ir.tTCly :tn idle s'.ijjei.Mitt n . illilerale I'ernviaiib, pwliaps, f,A sometimes .superslition.s huve a :,neor way of rinsing true. And | : lii-<, seems to be such a ease. Por in tht hectic cenUuy mat ^ns followed Peru's libeiation from .hf Spanish voke. numerous pres- |utents have ri'.en swiftly to puwer vly to lall as suddenly to disaster I-and in the pasl three years one Irti.-. languishr'd anil died in a Ilteary dun^ei-si and anoilier has llallen before an nssii (-<l bullet. well- rnm Fresidtncy In Prison In Ihe whole history of lurbu- Icnl South AmerlMin ]>olilics, lliere r.o motf clr.wifitir slory limn I .ha i of Ihe ai-ort President Augns- ].o B. Leguia v;ho was overthrown |jy a revolulinu in August. 1930. |r«o years before Leguiu hud baen lo President-elect Hoover l.'.hcn the laller visited F'MII on lis South American lour. At one end of Lima's broad I liyon Union is the government ] 'a'ace. its isiieient, walls pock- n:.rkcd by Ihe bullets of bygone (.evolutions, where lor 11 year-; l=iueuiio Legia ruled as Peru's |:0lt-spoken but heavy-handed liic- :,nor. .11 the o'her end is Peru's na- k'onal penitentiary, with its iniis- J-ive doors ol burnished copper, I there the withered ex-president |.vas confined for nearly two year;* nil! death released him. Cotton Receipts The Blyihevllle- plant of tlie Federal Compress and Warehouse company ran a clsoo second to Pine Bluff In volume of cotton receipts last week, according to the weekly report of the Arkansas Cotton Trade association. Hlylhcvllle received 1,571 tales i last wivk. fin- a .season's tola! of | ll.STli. wMIe I'ine Ulull received 7U1U buys lor 11 season's lotiil of ft.MO. W.".i Memphis ranks iltli'J with 5.1M bales hist week and sciison'.^ loinl of n.S.10 Coni|)! i o.ss irccliits lust v:oek for the eillin- suile amounled to 52,M_> bahx. compared to H.2I8 bale: the same ueek a year ano. He- relp'.s lu: ihe stale 10 dale till; season aie '.IL>;KH. compared lo 191. [IDS lor i in' same period lust season Receipt f in . tlu> wrptt nnd for Hie KRSon .u iradhii! Arkansas an Missouri IHKIHS follow: Pine Minn Dlyil'.i-viiu- Wes: Memphis llopi- McOrt.T . Fort .Smith ... Ti'xiiik-.uu Helm., . Marked Tiec . JoiUKkuio Leai t:\-ill,. . C:irut!i! r-.ville Ilayii 1.01(1 1,511 ri.ioo 4.8-11 •i.nn 1,02V 1.703 1.101 no 1.312 1.650 . 329 13.500 11.870 9,5 JO 9,1170 4 : ni 3.001 4.sri:t 2.080 MM 1.023 20"! 1.SWU I.H'JI; •J71 .Reckless Driver Fined $25, Negro Acquitti iere's a Plant Behind Schedule President Auyuslo li. Leguin 'right), who rilled Peru with a hand of Die xcnlih of his jio.vcr when lie welcomed President-elm Hoover to Lima upper picture, bin u revolution overthrew him, he spent weary months In u:oken old man. Below are typical Peruvian soldiers. iron fov 11 years, was in 1D2B. as shown a prison cell anil Kel.sU' Webb wns thu'il $2f> I leckU-M dilvlng by Mmilclp | .Indue <:. A. Cunningham ycMerit : for hi; |i:iri In nn iicrldoju o Hlgliwuy HI. .south of Ulytlu'vllle. I II. J. CiiUendeu, negro, who i flamed in iln' KIIHI> niTldcnl, WHS I denied uf n slinlliir charrjc. Jc.ss I Lareiis iv.is nned $100 for umis- liurtliic liiiuor. A very I'niDliifiton of Lrnchvillu wns .fined $50 nnd sentenced to 20 nl chiys In jnil for resisting nn of- in the (leer, died n racked and br.rned i:al residence. I.ct'uia's pala-j assailant 1*. .Lilted—and Furguttin Lcgutn was placed aboard v.-.iishin 'and started for exile. \vas sentenced lo death, lb.it with n great, show ol magnanimity the president, coimnmed the punishment to imprisonment, a ... A I Asiatsin Kirds Mark Plans Nursery School MUiden change of plan by the' Bui a mon'.h later, another as- ;overnment resulted in the war-I laiiin's aim was truer. As Mifs Kelt Williams of Armorel, formerly a teacher in the University oi Tennessee at Knoxiilic. Is to open a. kindergarten and nur.s- Presi-! erv school October 1. ! She received her later education Judge Would Swap Cards With Famous Lion Hunter A dinner membership In the In- tenintionul Sheep Shooters for B rliin'loi 1 membership In the American Lion Himk'is clnb.lntcrnullon- nl—thnl Is the propuMil made by Municipal Jmlui- C. A. CunnliiK- liiun of Hl}lt:vvllh.-'ln response to nn Imiliillun iriiin Denver M. Xvi-Ujlil, the fnined "American lion hunter." lo become a ctiarie: member of tin- lion hunting or- cnnl/atton for (10. H wns Wright, Hit- Si. l-ouls Knlhcr good. 1 ! maiwfnclurcr, who held tin 1 famous lion luiiii on a Mississippi river Islnlld 111 soulll- easl Missouri IBM January. Wright's llrsl lion, » circus iinimii!' men, It has been my ambition to become n member of and help engineer some thoroughly eni>o.yablo njsoclatlon of sportsmen'who can conduct the.'* d.'inneious enterprises, miller conditions suitable to their leniperamcnt. "Some time ugo I ornnntzed a club similar to yours. It Is knuv.'n us "Iiilernailoniil Sheep Shooters." We have only one rule: thai (3 that the sheep be securely muzzled ami hog-tied before our members lire subecied lo the ten Inc. dnnge rof getting bit while shooi- nu Ihi'in. "If it Is satisfactory, lo you. I as 1 can Lion lUuial." club. v Amcrl- Interii'.i- Want. Ads. Ingredients of Vkks iiicci'Cded In killing n second lion I ifter all efforts (o make the llon| leave the.well fovllllvd camp of ihe; Hunters had failed. Tlie lume. uf-j folr received widespread coimuenl j the press, piirllciilnrly bt-caii.st'' uf ilii! IIIIUIIK.T In which the docile, smlimil mel his fate. i Wrlyhl's letter pimmshig mem-> ber.'hlp admits ihiit he received ; <l much publicity us u result of tin 1 ! limit, niter \uileh he conceived the f VapoKub In Conv«ni«t C»ndy Form need uf mi Intel imllonii! oi'Kunl-- MI tlun uf lion hunters, i in his reply Jui^ blated "Your Invlliillon mudf my blond lenp . . . Thi-j j chvitin-stniu'rs iiiiilci 1 which your lion wns killed chullengcs the In-] Ici'c.M, of every :|iorlsm:ui In I lie world. | ".Such a movement hus been In bv bind lor yeurs, having grown I up In Hie West where men inn" VICKS COUGH DROP HKMOItlillOllJS ll'ilrs) cured wltliuiil llii> knlfr. Skin caiucr. \arh'(m'd xclns, tonsils rfino\eii nim-surclcully. lilts. NIKS and NIKS Ollkc f.14 Main rhonu US A .chaw of ussaull nnd battery aeainst Charley Lutes was nolle pressed on motlnn of the prosecuting iittnriicy. nudily liujiik.s was lined $50 on n charge of Illegal possession of | hitoxlratln,; }^"> r - i OLO plant that', not warklui Rnlpli Crordon was fined five dol- ; ovan i,, la ,i, CBB dByB lu lb , Inrs lor dlsunulng the peace,, funtiiry I'lant In Tb« Br«ni Barney Darker was flnud live dol- ,M. y., Botanical Unrd«o. four lar.s fur disturbing the peace and weeks oierduo ou Its icheduted B. RoWjins was cleared of a dis- • blooiuinB. tbe tornparuiueiiUI «i- urbauci- charge. hlblt hero iHSliuwn as It afip««red la BANISH THE FEAR OF BLOWOUTS 1 Tire*totie 1 td Firing Squad '.eguiii's life ouirivals tho.se ol j.lic fictional chnroctcrs in O jai-nry's colorful stories of Latln- l(\mericun revolutions. '. Before him. Leguia's father had lloughl in tlii- armies of Simon |nolivar, South America's libera- for independence fro:n Spain. |Ai an early age Leguia entered I'.wntU's and in 1808 he was elect- president of Pern for the first ging There, until death released him in February. 1032. Lcguia wascon- nucd like a Won. forgotten by all e>:ccpi his jailers. Daily he lis tered In Ihe silence of his narrow i'-" c C'?:i for th? i:!3:nnr ol a revolution \vhieh Vvoulil restore him to Ihe palace, but it never ciimc. Wearing a Vaded blue dresslng- LI'WII over a ronrse cotlon night- s-jiii'l. thus wizened okl man who had rnleil the land. 1 of the Inea r.-i-jisiires mac H pnlhelie. figure. I i Spain . . j TfistilEous The new executive had hardly his term when a revolution orokc. he was dragged from the :ulacc by a mob and paraded '•I.rough the streets raid placed before a firing squad beneath Lima's equestrian statue of Ihi 1 Bolivar in the Pliwa de In-j lepci'.dencia. j There, v.ilh rifles trained on L,,.,,,. .ini. Leguia received Ihe allc™"- me'ii^ investigated"aiul prepared for; """ v "" «"••»'"" «i ^.^_ ij-j^j Deail: released him from: ht capiors on Feb. 0, 1932. a short 1 lime ailei' he liad been removed, (.vlically ill. to a Lima hospital, lie was nearly 70 years old. I But perhaps a is not well to: txilc—Then Dictator . ! :1 )c-iid too much sympathy on Lc-1 He returned to office, but in 1013 j j^,; ;( , for there is another side. A , jthe. tide turned against him agniu | ;-,i'h!eK> tyrant. he dealt with hisj .ird he was first imprisoned and j opponents with a heavy hand; he t'-iin exiled. He went to Nev: York condemned numerous political foes .1 peddled life insurance for a|- o dreary dungeons and others he r.g. Then in 1919 he returned | txjictl r.i- excciilecl. |lc Lima to drive another man out 1 * • • 3.' the palace by means of a revo-j"!f.iiui.s" Never Fuiind iution nnd rei'nin it for himself., 2\\\ no trace of the vast fortune From that day until August, I that Leguia i« sup]iospd to have I^3Uia ivas dictator of Peru., giv.fled ever wns found, in Peru other Sr-i.th American ruler'c:- abroad. He died protesting his hacked the assassin to pi thtir swords on the spot. . n =«r """ b>lll t ° Two days later, Sanchez Cerro " eai ' Grce » Lakc hollowed (he wizened Lcguhi lol ltw WOTk s wtorc ' ' 8 rave as he was buried with I clune B stall; - stl11 military |»mp from the great Lima cathedral whose deep-tl'.roatcdj Ve'.ls liad tolled a requiem for the murdered Piznrro -ICO years befoic. It is merely an idle superstition cf illiterate Peruvians, ol' course. . »iat the curse of Francisco Piznrro iv:-ts upon these who wrested Ihe • few silver Creek u 1848. Just a Wisconsin bc- ^ in operation. nioncer mill Is one of the, of Us kind slill standing. ; tick the tongue, headache — when due to a or constipated condition ol ' "* bowel, usually may be tiou with an accident that led lo | by a dose or two of purely v the fa'.al injury of his son. ' TIIEDFOKD'S DLACK-DKAtlOIIT. the police division of court. Saturday Arty Moody was Heath "Solves" Problem Fiom a narrow table, over whicli flies swarmed, Leguia ate the fru- pal food that the prison supplied. No \isilors colled upon him; no vi.'iloi's were allowed. In another u-M resided the old mini's son. Juan, accuscu of complicity with Hi? father in graft. . But have a true. sometimes 511- quccr way of |..ve of signing his resignation or (receiving n hail of bullets. He dill Ir.ot flinch and he did not sign. He Ilield his captois in argument un- l:il ioyal troo|js came to his rescue. I NEXT: Brazil ....... a i resident is overthrown hy :i rev- i olutioii and sent into exile . . | '• it new presidert finds his liumb, , fl'N and there follows a civil \vir.j ,. I narked by thr; greatest hMllcs ill , Peru's "Lc S i.ia problem as It|, he m h[ . mi ,, crc , in( . c ,„,. I c;..me to be known, rocked on for t . ivi , „.„ |n (h( , VnlM s(aRs nearly two yer.rs while tne govcrn- Aged Man Joined ! Wife in Death! NAPLES lUP) — Luigi noinniK. 8D, always had snid that when ilii wife Angelina, 87. died he would do likewise. She died recently, nnd when i children, relatives and friends had tired of crying around her bier. Luigi asked them to leave the room. I The old man stretched himself I out on the bed apparently to make up for hours of steep lost during , his wife's death. Wlion visitors I tiptoed into the room to wake him up, he *as dead. i lipassecl him in undisputed now-1 l;r; he ran all things lo suit him-j lit'if. somewhat like his illustrious | i^edecewor. Pi7nrro. whose ijodv |!ry ill the er.thedrnl across tlie Ipiazn in a r^'riss coffin with the Iruif staple tolton ol the Aiulc? l;.t.i(Ted into tin- daxgci wound that leudcd his reign Hewer arrival in Lima on hu jond-will to'.ir and was feted at llhe.ialace by this Ihin. old man l»-!io held Peru In the hollow ot |li,s hand. ii::.ficcnce as lliis final statement. 666 tl:e Divine Trbunal and when f hiive placed mv soul in the hands of fiwl. the nuc source ol truth, i i-a-.h to decla-c that I am guilt- !ers of the crimes, enrichment and extravagance, cf which 1 have been .\ccused with an injustice that cues aluud lo heaven. . . I am t.;c victim of political passions •A nich have ilegeuerated into an in'-aliable ihirr* for vengeance." Drop.. I Chrchs Malaria In 3 days. Coin's first ilay, Hcad.iclirs nr NVuraljla in SO minutes. Kinc I,ax;\ti\c anil Tonic Most Speedy Rcmcilics Known |l)(prceslon Stirs Revolt In 1930. after 11 years of I (imputed pover, came Leguia' | itr.v.-nrnll. The world-wide depression \vhlch IhaO reduced Peru's exports to n lir.irp trickle, hfltcc' the revenue Illn/spcxpoits had formerly brought, lihres.' tliousanils out of work, and I Urned popular dlscnntent to a I flame. Also, there rcrc rumblings lilml the old dictator liad grafted Ic-uciinniiFly on public wovks nro- and plunged his country lir.|>elexslv iiuo dclit by beco/ilnn I tile paid tool of scheming Wnll tieet bank'-:s. Revolt bioke out. President Lc- |;ina was fonvil to resign by an Isnny junta hendcil by General I Manual Ponce which, in turn, was brushed a^.idc by ] Ccrro's Slcrniv C.irecr lm ."j Tht term cf President 11 Cerro, w'-o followed Leguia. was equally turbulent and ended in his murder. Cerro liad hardly entered office when he was forced out and then restored to power in n quicic jci.es of revohtUons. lu March came another revolt, U 0 which Cerro put down with heavy I Uss of life. Overthrown again' At The Home Of The Mayo Clinic inochcster. Minn.) Hie health officer. Dr. D. C. Lockhoad. recently sale" In a statement through the l-i r\ c s, ' l Wc In the health dcpart- are concerned about milk • two ancles. Because it i; , best food obtainable, we want ! DC It cons'iined In great quan- and because of the posslbll- of Its spreading disease, we f r ,, m Lh Uss of life. Overthrown again |( y D f | ts spreading diseas ;>::'ld bloody fighting, lie was* ex- v , nnt to |, now that our loca il.-d but hi- returned to Peru and :,,]., , s produced imder all U MUII the |:r-.. : dentlal election in i flncmeiit-s of production co October. ! L , a n y po^iuip a nd thai It h One of his first ii^l and exile 23 members of Con Ei oss who hud opposed him. Mor-? revolts occurred as Cerro was accused us a tyrant; at Trujillo, lelels seized '.he city and massa- c.id 150 soldiers and civilians. The vant to know that our local sup- II ic rc- comincr- -lally pof-sible. and Ui.il It he p:is- acts was to ar- j (u cr i 7c fl so (hal we can giurantrt - it safe." I Lieut-Col. Sanchez C«rro, leader ol | gcvernmcnfs revenge was equally j'uc revolutionary forces in the M! ith. Cerro become provisional president amid rioting nnd gen- I eral disorder durinc which mobs as bloody. ] In March 1933, Cerro was • w.nnded by nn as.sassln while nt-1 kndiiiB church at Mirafiores. His L Telephone No. 7>l Bennett's milk is safe — it's properly pasteurized. Bennett's Dairy GIVE 58 GREATER PROTECTION CONTROLS THE ENZYMES TVTHAT U an enzyme? It ia a myntcrious gull*' .sluiice put by nature iuto all living cells—ill, your mouth—in your stomach—ia malt, hups and yeast. Enzymes ore nature's digestive agents. Tbcy digest the food you cat. 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