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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 27, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                Justice as Vengeance Still Ruler in China SHANGHAI primitive conception of criminal justice as ven geance an appeasement ot the WHYTEFOX 1 from PimplM SunBorai I AMD I criminals victim survives atronsly even In nationalist China with its codes ot modern pattern There was a spec tacular Illustration of this recently In Nankins the nationalist capital A policeman was by a robber who was caught and sentenced to death A memorial service for the dead policeman was staged The mayor of Nanking presided and of fered sacrifices before the bier Hsueh Tupl nationalist minister ot the Interior eulogized the dead mans devotion to duty The service was concluded with thedecapitation of tho condemned robber in sight of the satli TI RES As we are unable to get anymore slightly blemished tires from the factory we are selling out the balance in our many of each size left so hurry PRICED SPECIALLY While They Last OfrAll Weather Balloon T I Pathfinder Balloon 25 H SPECIAL Balloon SPECIAL 30x3 PROGRAMS FEATURES ON THE AIR Thursday June 28 Central Standard Time tales Jef and KYW KWK WJR KDKA KYW KWK sentinels musical WKC VVGV WTAM WWJ WSAI WEBH KSU WOC WHO WOW KVOO WFAA WTAS WSM WMC WSB W1AF 7 hour Willard Koblson guest KDKA WMV WJR KYW WTJIJ KSD WRHM WOC WHO WDAF KVOO WBAP KFRU WHAS WSSI WMC WSB WJAX KOA WOW program sentimental KDKA WLW WJR KYW KWK WREN dunce WGY WGR WWJ KSD WHO KYW WRC THURSOAY JUNE 28 By the Associated Programs In Central Standard time Add one hour for Central Daylight time All time Is p m un less otherwise indicated Wave lengths on left of call letters kilo cycles on Democratic convention Organ Orchestra Maxwell program Soldiers show Slumber music iO After dinner concert International concert Ensemble Sleepy Time Musicals Democratic convention Waltztime reveries Hecital Radio show Vocal Hal and Del Features and popular Democratic convention 510 Little Glenn and features Supertone hour Dinner music Sentinels Maxwell hour Old Counselor Masked marvel Warren program Dance music 2 WHO Schedule for THURSDAY THURSDAY JUNE 28 a m Victor Record program 9Aa Housekeepers chats U S de partment of agriculture Democratic National conven tion i m News summary Helen Hughes and Her Boys Hoover Sentinels Maxwell House Coffee program Halsey Stuart Co Howard Watch Time Hotel Pennsylvania orchestra Apollo Quartet Park Central hotel orchestra NBO Weather reports Dinner concert Talks inuisc Soldiers show Piano Theater program Democratic convention Hoover Sentinels Maxwell hour Old Counselor Pennsylvanlans Charles City Stolen Car Is Found Near Roseville CHARLES June Ford car belonging to Otto Hatzky which was stolen Saturday night from the west side of Central park was found yesterday on the Take Keifer farm south of Roseville Tho car was in a pasture minus five tiros new bat tery and everything that could bo carried away 1HP Mason Citys AI THEATERS CHARLES CITY BRIEFS Mayor C G Gray left Monday for Tola accompanied by Ills wifes nephew Isabel of Mason City who the E State street oil sta tion for Mr Gray They were called by the injuries of Mrs Isabel who was In the wreck of theRainbow Spe cial near Duranrt Kan George Kellogg contractor has started the construction of a new house on Second avenue which is the second one this week beins built to relievo the housing shortage Fred Blumenstiel 13 L Walleser E B Stowell and 31 M Walleser re turned from a fishing trip at Big Stone Lake Minn The Palace offers Sunday Milton Sills in another story ot the type which has made him famous It is Tho Hawks Nest a story filled with notion and thrills Four big time acts of vaudeville on the Vilunhone will also be heard Lon Chaney in The Big City will bo shown at the Cecil for tlie last time Wednesday evening Fred Humes in a thrilling western picture Quick Triggers is the at traction at the Bijou Wednesday only Thursday and Friday of thin week the Cecil will show Why Sailors Go a comedy foaturinR Sammy Cohen and Ted McNamara This comedy team has earned quite a name for themselves during the past months As Don Cathos the tyrant brother Lionel Barrymore gives one of tho most vivid performances of Ills long stage career In Drums of D W Griffiths masterful romance say the The role Is particularly difficult as Mr Barrymore is com pelled toveo thru his action with a grotesque makeup that transforms We Carry All Sizes Genuine Rims in Stock Joe Daniels CENTRAL TIRE CO PHONE 688 27 1st ST CHARLES CITY NEWS Osage and Mason City Join in WaTanYe Gut Party at Charles City CHARLES CITV June included many social events the major one being tho intercity WaTanYe lub picnic when tho wigwarns from Osage and Mason City came to join he local club in a picnic at Wildwooil park A perfect June day added to Jie pleasure ot At tho time ths members ot The Doctor It is essential that my car should always operate prop erly and accordingly I use Champion Spark Plugs him into a huge almost siiapless hulk ol a man This picture which Is per sonally directed by Mr Griffith Is the attraction at the Palace for tour days starting Monday and Tuesday the Cecil pre sents The News Parade a picture showing the thrilling manner in which the newsreel cameraman obtains his pictures Nick Stuart and Sally j Phlpps play the leading parts Thursday and Friday the Bijou will offer Adventure a mystery story which critics say Is a picture well worth seeing 1 Slightly Used with May McAvoy and Conrad Nagel comes to the Cecil Saturday and Sunday this week The story Is built around a girls desire to free herself from the nagging of her tardily Tha result is many comedy situation and a satisfying end A dynamited mail valla stand of a detachment of m against a bandit above in a thrill aerial scene i seen at the Star theater Saturday Sunday In The Great Mall the M A A bridgedinner club ana their families enjoyed a picnic supper In another part of the park Katherlne Fitzgerald entertained a company of young people at her home Jn honor of her birthday Dancing and refreshments were the features of the evening Several courtesies have been ex tended Mr and Mrs F T Lynch of Chicago who are visiting the latters sister Mrs AV E Frudden and family Sunday Mr and Mrs Frudden enter tained at the country club in their honor which Included some ot Mr and Mrs Lynchs friends at Cedar Falls vhere they fbrmerly lived Mrs W P Upbam entertained the Needle Craft circle Her daughter Mrs Kay Hopkins ot the state of Washington waa a guest Mrs Charles Hobert will entertain the members of the Central Star cltib today Mrs Herman Miller will tie hostess to the members ot the Cedar Side club this afternoon Mrs Dodge Is Named State Auxiliary Delegate CHARLES June eonardv rodg3 was electee delegate to the state convention of the Ameri caii Legion auxiliary to be held In Council Bluffs in August Mrs John Atherton was elected alternate A re port at the last meeting showed the poppies netted A donation of was received for the educational fund State Wf R Encampment Report Read at Meeting CHARLES CITT June William Stewart gave a report of the recent encampmentat Cedar Falls a the meeting ot the Womens Relief corps Monday afternoon A T Weatherwax commander of the loca post also gave a report Hue Fen holt sanjr a grouli of solos nccompcm ied by liis sister Carmen A commit tee composed ot Mrs Viola Beck Mrs Louis Sturm Mrs Gardner Waitc Mrs S B Plummer Florence Beck and Mrs Snider served re reshments Champion U the better spark plug because it has an exclusive manite insulator nally treated to with itand the much higher temperatures of the modem highcotnprei sion engine Also anew patented solid copper gasketjealthatremaini absolutely gastight under high compres sion Special analysis electrodeswhich assure a fixed sparkgap under all driving conditions i tl PIIUJ lOc Today Only IQc Fred Humes In Quick And ANDY GUMP COMEDY CHAMPION ToUdo OUo Dependable for Evf BZ Engine CHAMPION SPARK PLUGS Distributed By L P COURSHON INC 115 E State St Mason City Iowa Thursday and Friday The Mystery Sensation ADVENTURE MAD s T A R Today Only a program of comedy news events and a Universal fea ture The entire program Is a change from the program shown Mondaynml Tues day Fred Humes In ONE GLORIOUS SCRAP Thrills that come1 so fast they tumble over one another Tomorrow and Friday Our regular half price bargain day program Saturday and Sunday the best feature K II Drama ol 2T28 Tho Great Mail Dont fail see this one Watch this spnco for further announce ment MAT EVE 1 CECIL Mnsmi Ciiys Best Theater LAST TIMES TODAY Lon Chancy The Big City Chaney at H1n Best COUPO CECIL THEATER This coupon and loo good f Wednesday June 27th Thursday matinee June only STARTS TOMORROW The Comedy Hit WHY SAILORS GO WRONG With Sammy Cohen Ted Ton Remember Them In The Gaj Retreat Another Great Show I IJI Youll find your entertainment Saturday night at the American Oldtime Dance In the Armory Kelly Brothers Harp Orchestra Admission for both spectators nml dancers 25c STARTS TODAY PALACE MATI NEB EVENING Brother of Local Man Married in Milwaukee CHARLES CITY June Parr has returnedfrom Milwaukee where he waa best man at the wedding of his brother Merle Parr and Helen Juliet Danielson which took place Saturday The bridegroom is tho son of Mr and Mrs W T Parr of this city and is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin He is assistant production manager ot the Iowa Public Service company of Waterloo Mrs Parr was graduated from the university and taught in the North Milwaukee high school Plan Junior Tennis Tourney at Charles City CHARLES are being perfected by Orln Bell Y M C A secretary and E H Pottle I to Interest the boys of the city in a junior tennis tournament and regis trations are being made with Richard Blunt William Rolfing Stanley Bena and Boyd Hayes A committee has been appointed to sccura other tennis courts In addition to the one at the Inquiries have come from Waterloo junior tennis club for matches and it 13 probable that other towns will he challenged 13 Pottle has volun teered to instruct beginners Vance Music Co Hour Broadcasting WHBM MASON CITY Wednesday Evening Macks Orchestra OF NORTHWOOD Tune in on the Glendora Station Complete New City Wall CHARLES CITY June Mc Carthy Well company of St Paul fin ished drilling the new well for tho city near St Marys street bridge It Is feet deep Following a teat this week the purchase of pumping equip ment will be made Local Girls on Outing CHARLES CITY Tune llamm Virginia Poolo Charlotte Parr and Gertrude Blrkholz luive gone o Cedar Falls to enjoy a weeks outing on Morris sic the Cilrl Reserves sum mer camp Mrs Blrkholz accompan ied her daughter and returned yester day j Station WHBM Mason City Broadcasts Program arrangecl by Cerro Gordo Farmers local dealers in Glen dora Wonder Coal TUNE IN FRIDAY EVENING AT 8 OCLOCK As you these programs so you will erijoy the heat from Glen dora Coal next winter CERRO GORDO FARMERS CO SOO 3rd N B PHONE 270 pieuetsirici Writ of a SUNDAY Milton Sills The Hawks Nest Vitaphone Presentations with MaryPhirbiii Lionel Barrymore Don Atvarado TullyMarshall Love is wonderful Love is terrible Love is tender Love is brutal Loye is ruthless Love is healing Love is fire Love is ice Youll never know what real love is until youve seen the glorious young lovers in Drums of Love You Too Will Call It Griffiths Greatest   

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