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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 30, 1927, Mason City, Iowa                                two MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE WEDNESDAYNOV301927 WOULD COLLECT CLEANUP DUES Fire Marshal Sues Emmets 1 burg Woman for Failure to Obey Order EirMETSBURO Nov W Strohm state fire marshal has start ed ault against Mrs M A Scott who conducts a milliner store tln Emmets burg In which he seeks to collect for the state which he claims tho state is entitled to as a penalty for maintaining a fire hazard in tho way the defendant conducts her business The state sets out In the petition that about Feb 15 1927 an order waa made by the state fire marshal order Ing and requiring the defendant to make a general cleanup of her prem ie imrt tr rut them In tit and proper condition for carrying on her busi ness as required by the state fire de partment under an act provided by law When the state served notice on the defendant she was sivezi two weeks in which to comply with the or der anditho plaintiff alleges that the defendant has failed to comply with the clean up order that a number of months expired for tho cleaning up of said premises and the defend ant is now in default The state now seeks to a day which has accrued as a penalty It has been 2E4 days since this pen alty started ami the state will aeek to collect and costs of the ac tion Clmphi Bazar Nets 5460 CIIAPIN Nov bazar and chicken supper given by the M E ladles aid society was very well at tended both afternoon and An unusually large crowd attended the supper The total receipts froia the supper and bazar was aroumi Clarence Darrow Wilt Speak at University CITr Nov Darrow Chicago who has served foe 62 years as a criminal lawyer will speak Jjefore the Saturday lunch club at the University of Iowa Dec 3 It is the first appearance of the noted barrister at tha university Darrow won notice thruout the coun try tor his defense of Loeb and Leo pold and for his part In the Scopes evolution trial In Tennessee Ho has never prosecuted a prlsoi er during all of his long term at tho bar The Chlcngo lawyer is said to be an unusual speaker Rochford P E 0 Meet HOCKFORD Nov E D P O met with Mrs Mitchell Monday evening A 6 oclocl dinnerwas followed by the regular business meeting and the Initiation of tnn new members Garner Mayor Leaves Church to Hold Court GARNER Nov William Barz waa called from a church service to pronounce o fine oJ to A A Molshex Hay field for parking his automobile In a prohibited zone on main street Announce Farm Meeting BRITT Nov various meet ings of the Farm Bureaus are an nounced as follows At Goodell Men day evening Ellington Tuesday evening The annual meec Insot the Concord township Bureau wlll ba held Wednesday evening at tho Nelson schoolhouse cast o Garn er at which election of officers will be held Visit In Latlmer LATIMBR Nov anil Victor Brown Baker Minn are vis iting Mrs Browns brother H Fnhslco and family here SWEDE FINDS HIS IDENTITY AFTER DECADE CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 air force His fighting career ended in a piano crash He waa invalided out and received a 100 per cent dis ablement pension from the British government Finally Finds Helatlves Alter a romantic marriage he lived in London until lie heard the Swedish language spoken He found that he could understand It Then ha accl dentally camo upon the name of Gustaf Duner in the Swedish army book He wrote to the address given aa Ewners He heard from Duners brother that Gustaf Duner had been killed at tho western front He then went to Stockholm jvhere he told his remarkable story got In contact with hla mother and aha filled In those details which he was unable to recall Itockford Student Honored ROCKFORD Nov R Nelson RooMord a junior In the electrical engineering department at the Iowa State college at Ames is one of four members of his class to be pledged to Eta Kappa Nu national honorary fraternity of electrical en gineers Back From Minnesota CRYSTAL LAKE Nov Davenport returned Sunday from a weeks visit with Mr and Mrs Charlk Ausham of Lako Minn former residents of this place Flan Declamatory Contest CRYSTAL LAKE Nov for the declamatory contest have been arranged In the high school of Crys tal Lake A New Kind of Christmas Story Christmas Eve and dog tired hungry as a wolf the outlaw cautiously made his way up the arroyo Suddenly he came upon that povertystricken camp where Jim Godfrey was making his des perate struggle to wrest from the desert a bare existence for his family A meal an hours rest for man and horse an easy ride to the Mexican then he would snap his fingers at that blunderer of a sheriff who rode just too late behind him Those were Montana Joes plans The soft murmur of childish voices as the Godfrey children described to distracted parents the treasures that Santa was to bring them in the morning threw Joes plans into the and out of this springs one of the most stirring and appealing stories you have ever read A DESERT SANTA GLAUS by J By ALBERT PAYSON TERHUNE With His romantically handsome features and his totally unprincipled wits the Doctor had drifted his precarious way from Cairo across Europe and the Atlantic And now breakfasdess upon a Central Park bench and pondering the source of his next meal into his mind there flashes a scheme so audacious that its working out affords a most amusing aad interesting story The Search for Small By Do your children know A A Milnes won derful childstoricRandverses Did they make you read to them his charming When We Were Very Ypung and his equally delightful Now We Are Six Then you will want to enjoy with them this latest WinniethePooh story of Pooh and Piglet and Christopher Robin and the great search that was organ ized for Rabbits friendandrelatiop Small A Welcome Christmas Gift 12 Issues of the JOUSNAL for on Heres a Christmas gift which will last through the year and bring nevy pleasure every month a years subscription to the Ladies Home Journal And its so easy No shopping in crowded stores no jostling crowds No packages to be wrapped and sent Simply make out a list of the namesand addresses of your friends whp would enjoy the Journal fill out the coupon below attach your list to it and send it to us with One Dollar for each subscription In the Christ mas mail your friends will receive a beautiful Gift Announcement Card in your reproduction in color of one of Maxfield Parrishs masterpieces And then beginning with the January issue comes a host of good things of which we can give now but a hint Fiction by Famous Authors Seven fine novels by Arthur Train John Galsworthy Sophie Kerr Dorothy Cottrell Joseph C Lincoln Albert Payson Terhune and Clar ciricc Budington Kelland Add to these novelettes by BoothTarkington and George Westonand short stories by your favorite authors with the beautiful illustrations and art features for which the Journal is famous Most Interesting Special Articles Cosima Wagner widow of the great composer pre sents her Memoirs andHcndrik Van Loon writes of Rembrandt and His Tinriea Ida Tarbell tells the littleknown lifestory of Mrs Abraham Lincoln An enlarged Home and Garden department adds new interest Most practical and helpful articles on Better Housekeeping Interior Decoration and Needlework Fashions and an unrivaled Pattern Service to round out the most pop ular womens magazine ever published LADIES HOME JOURNAL 311 Independence Square PhiladclphU Pa Please ten J the Ladies Home Journal for one to each of thoie Tthoie namea and addresses are given in the attached list I One Dollar for each Mill your Gift Announcement to them in my name Ymtr Name Your YourToumYour Stall HAWKEYES TO CLINCH MOST FIRST PLACES CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 way race lop Ohio and Canada Bon Vegas entered by G Arx Dela ware Ohio won the chamipon Ameri can bred Percheron championship The reserve champion In that even I Hesitation Again owned by Ur Sonner also of Delaware TIiV unior chamipon In that class was an ther Ohio stallion Sir Laet en uied by W H Butlei1 CoIumbUB Canada equlnes scored heavily in he prize awards of the opening day Monday Herman Trelle Wembley Alberta me of the largest Canadian exhibitors of the grain show is North Americas oats king Ho also won the title last Displaying the heaviest oats ever xhiblted at the Chicago exposition Trelle defeated E Peterson Victor Mont who was awarded the reserve championship Last year Trelle also won over Peterson who achieved the oats kingship in 1924 and 1925 The most important events on to days In the animal hus bandry competition were the inter collegiate meat Judging contest and John Clay divisional competition foi iarlouB breeds of livestock Both ars collegiate contests Other Championships Included vegetables most and eat meat only occasionally Is Lover of Sports She likes sports plays tennis base ball and croquet takes some exor cises she says but follows no set rules She lovca her farm and home work Is a sophomore in the Kinsman high school and like all other girls she cares lor lovely things The blue oC her trim silk dress matched iho color her eyes as she won the crown last night The naw style champion Miss Van Vurenr wore a pretty school o blue and of her own design In wirl nlns her championship Tho contes tants had to make their otvn dresses but were permitted to purchase the remainder of their ensemble Not on ly ability In design and preparation but taste in choosing the accoutre ments were considered In selecting bur as the winner US AGENTS IN CHICAGO PROBE Man Under Orders of Fed eral Court Is Latest Gang Victim CHICAGO Nov Ferros death believed to have been due to gang rivalry has brot the fed eral government Into the investiga tion oC Chicagos gangland warfare rr t Ferro whose body was found early Chara plon dorset ewe Chaso yesterday beside a road In Bensonville ers Willo Lake 8 Dak i Champion herd of tho exposition group of three steers Iowa state col ege Ames Reserve Iowa stato col lege Champion carcass steer Iowa state college Champion red polled steer Lad 42nd A R Arp Eldrldge Iowa Senior champion polled Shorthorn female Royale Jennie Bert Han son Mankato Minn Junior champion polled Shorthorn female Shadybrook Lady Bert Hanson llankato Grand champion polled Shorthorn female Royal Jennie Bert Hanson Mankato Minn Win Grand Championships Iowa breeders won three grand championships in tho cattle and swine divisions Albert H Stuart Newhall won two of these He placed first in tho Ches JtepWhlte boar and the champion sow classes The other Iowa grand championship went to Harrison and Ryan of Harlan who placed first In the AberdeenAngus bull class steer camplonsip was awaifltd to Choice UA of the University ol Alberta Canada Other bigr prize winners were grand champion polled Shorthorn aocd Baron1 owned by C B Toegafdtn and sons Duvall Ohio Grand champion Berkshire boar owned by Klondike Forms of Elklns K C P Butler Auburn 111 named runnerup In tho corn growing championship The single ear of corn contest Wae won by E W Plko Orover Mo HORSE DEPARTMENT Percherons Class 46 Junior cham pion mare Maple Grove Lagacco J O Slngmaster and Son Keota la Belgians Class 75 mare B years and over third C E Jones Llvermore la class 77 made 3 years and under 4 fourth Successor Flnette C E Jones Llvermore la BREEDING SWINE DIVISION Hampshire Class SI Junior year ns board first Turner Bros De titt la class 92 senior board pig econd Turner Bros Da Witt la lass 93 Junior boar pig Turner Bros De Witt la BREEDING CATTLE AberdeenAngus Class 92 heifer alved between Jan 1 and May 31 Barbara Harrison II Harrison and Ryan Inc Harlan la second Elapfs f Rose Hill Mrs Roaa Brown Rose Hll la BREEDING SWINE Duroo Jerseys Class 45 aged boar Irst McKee Bros Creston la was known as an amiable energetic manufacturer Tho United States dis trict attorneys office however nan revealed that Ferro and six others were to have appeared for trial in fed eral court next Monday on charges of violating the prohibition law That Baby YouVe Longed For Mrs Burton 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