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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 7, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE SATURDAY JULY 7 PANS ACCUSE U Prohibition Agents Fear Liquor Was Smuggled to Tribesmen SALT LAKE CITY Utah July to determine whether al cohol may have filtered Into the camps of Goshute Indians in eastern Utah to find expression in the throbs of torn toms were under way today following reports the tribesmen had threatened one reservation official and sought the removal of another An unoiiiclal investigation of reports that Indians were holding nightly councils to express opposition to B E Brlgance agent at the Deep Creek reservation was started yesterday by prohibition officers The officers ex pressed the belief that unless the tribesmen are roused by alcohol they would not make any show of violence In their campaign in which they are understood to seek the removal of Bri gance together with Dr B A Farrow superintendent of the seven Indian agencies jn Utah fi The prohibition officers heard the Indians charge that Brisance and Far row Iliad ignored their pleas for medi cal attention during an influenzaepi demic which took the lives of 40 tribes men last spring From other sources It was stated that Brigance himself Tas bedridden for five weeks while the epidemic was at its height Brigance was also charged with mo lestirig young Indian girls and with having bought an automobile with In dian bureau funds These charges were emphatically denied One of the Goshutes chief reasons for their opposition to him Brigance BaJd was his demand that young coup les of the tribe conform to the white nians marriage ceremony instead of tho tribal rites which he described as being similar to companionate mar Sensational Story of Belgian Financierin Sketches Smith Attends of Son of Old Friend Pittman Is Guest of Al IALBANT N July Gov Alfred B Smith after a day of rest at the state capitol went yester day afternoon to Centeryllle to attend the funeral of a son of John J Kaskob chairman of the finance committee of the General Motors cor poration who has been his friend for years Returning from New York where he had been busy for several days Gover nor Smith rested until late yesterday After breakfast the demo craticcandidate played a round of golf with SToung his eldest son alter ths funeral today the committee appointed theSemocratic national convention at Houston to notify Governor Smith of his nomination for the presidency will spend Sunday at the executive mansion Gdvernor Smith said that he was not announcing any of his plans subsa quent to July 11 when the democratic national committee meets in New York City to fix the date lor the for mal notification ceremony Visits Garner Relatives GARNER July Ruth Zels mer who is working In Minneapolis spent July 4 at the home of her par ents Mr and Mrs W C Zeisroer Captain Alfred Lowenstqin was the son of a Relgiim hanker iHe bought material for Belgium during the World war After the war he heRim speculating on a gigantic stale and Ms personal ex penditures amounted at n rough guess to a year Gained worldwide pub licity by offering to loan France and Bel gium at the nomi nal rate of two per cent Owned a palace in Brussels hung with famous tapestries and crowded will worlw of art Bought villas at French resorts and entertained lav ishly Lowensteins air clashes about Europe with a staff of secretaries were famous His plane sped over the continent carrying messages and guests Reported to have stepped mysteriously from plane fly ing feet above the Eng lish Channel en route from England to Belgium Iowa Radio League to Wage Legal Fight to Stop Direct Selling DBS iKQINEa July A legal fight stop the practice of direct selling by radio stations will be made soon by the Iowa Radio Lis teners league before the United States radio commission and failing of suc cess there the league will carry its fight to the courts So announced Francis St Austcll president of the league today He said that Bmmett Tinley Council Bluffs lawyer will assume the legal reins in the leagues attempt to sceer the di rect selling stations off the air The fight will be based on the the ory that direct selling by radio is un fair competition restraint of trade monopolitic and not in the best in terests of the public Tammany Moves Out of Historic Wigwam TsEW YORK July wigwam on Fourteenth street which the Society of Tammany had used today was a deserted build ing ready for wreckers was on fashionable Park avenue tem porarily Eight truckloarts of furniture books records and emblems were moved front the old building to temporary quarters the society until Jan 1 when their new building in Union square is ex pected to be ready Former Solon Mayor Ends IOWACITT July Charles Wolf 67 former mayor of Solon committed suicide at the Uni FEDERATION IS LIKELYIN CHINA National Regime Expected to Appoint Defense Commissioners By MAURITZ A HALLGREN United Press Staff Correspondent Both histor ical precendent and the Chinese man ner of facing practical problems in a realistic way lend weight to the prob ability that the Nationalist regime now sitting in Nanking will try to govern China under a federation rath er than to attempt the creation of a highly centralized government Under the plan being considered by the Nationalists the several war lords who now control different sections of the country and who are nominally loyal to the Nationalists would he given authority to continue their pres ent functions including the allim portant one of collecting taxes in their sections They would be responsible to the central government in Nanking only in matters affecting foreign aC taira and in matters that touch the common good of the entire country Aside from these considerations their authority would be It is believed here the Nationalists will appoint these war lords to be de fense commissioners in their various capitals Thus Li Chaisum probably would rule the South from Canton Li ChungChen would govern Central China from Hankow Chiang Kaishek would administer the lower Yangtze and seacoBBt nghai Feng Yuhslang would U I U Students and Fayette Townspeople Plan Cottage at Lake FAYETTE July have been completed for the construction of a summer cottage on the Methodist Clear Lake camp grounds This will be for the benefit of local citizens and students of Upper Iowa university The full amount of for the cost the material has been subscribed Each share bought entitles the owner one weeks free rent at the cot tage The cottage is to be known as the Peacock The construction would cost if men had to be hired to erect it but local men with the aid of Prof Glen Day and 16 students of the manual arts department of U I are going to motor to Clear Lake next week and make the roost a reality Storer Organizes Band for Children at Manly MANLY July A Storer of lason City who is directing the Manly and for the summer has organized a hildrens band and expects to have ift cady for public playing before long The children are much interested in his project and many new instru ments are being purchasad Manly las never before had anything of this iort for tho children other than the school orchestra during the school months Yen Hseshan would be supreme in Shansl Chihii and Shantung govern ing these provinces from Peking and Changr Hsuehllang son of Chang Tso verstty hospital here last night by j lin bo given control over Man slashing his throat and wrist with a razor Wolf who had been suffering for several weeks from a nervous dis order was alone in his room and was near death when found i Nora Springs Visitors Leave NORA SPRINGS July and Mrs Frank Studer of Whitttemore returned to their home after a short visit here Mrs Cannon Mrs Studers mother who had been a guest at their home a few days returned to Nora Springs with them i Cream Wanted WE BUY SOUR CREAM and we want Sours WE ALSO NEED MORE SWEET CREAM for which we pay five cents over New York extras or SOc today We can also use more EGGS We buy them on the graded basis and pay liberally for first quality GOOD SERVICE CASH ON DELIVERY E B HIGLEY CO 409 So Federal Avenue wilh hig capftnl at Muhden Winneshiek County Men Will Make Trip to Germany DECORAH July RIchert and Jacob Young who came to AVinne sheik county from Strassburg Ger many about 48 years ago will go back to see their native country on a 30 day trip leaving Montreal July 21 They hav emany relatives still liv ing in Germany Willard Earth a nephew of Jacob Younff will also make the trip Oskaloosa Wont Pay for Light in Front of Power Company Office OSKALOOSA July Oskaloosa city council is willing to furnish electricity for standards in stalled in the business district but It draws the line when It comes to light ing a standard in front of the office of the Iowa Light company At a recent meeting of the ciuncil the members engaged in a lengthy discussion of the lighting problem Finally it was agreed that the city would stand the cost of lighting stand ards in tho business district if tho property owners would the cost of erecting them Later however It was decided to light all standards except the one In front of the light companys office Student Visits Swaledale SWALBDALE July Stover who is atteding summer school at the Iowa State Teachers college spenjtthe weekend with Mr7 member of the college glee club called he Minneslngrers CHESAPEAKE ISLE IS MINUS JAIL Inhabitants of Quaint Island Live as Forefathers Did Generations Ago of Tangiers situated in the center of Chesapeake Bay is one of Americas most bizarre spots Isolated and with a bicyce its most modern ve hicle this bit of land is inhabited by fisherfolk and retains its cen turyold characteristics Its history ranks wth that of Vir ginia Florida New York and the New England states in antiquity for Captain John Smith discovered and named the island in 1608 The placid oldfashioned settlement of fishermen sprung from 16 families OE Cornwall England which settled three centuries ago So pure Is this old English stock thnt the descend ants speak with a strong Cornish ac cent Religion has always been a domi nant factor in the lives of these fish ermen and the island has been noted thruotit America for year because of its great beach camp meetings These meetings began in 1SOO and ly were attended by throngs of New Yorkers and Baltimore Philadelphia and Richmond Methodists The entire island population Is enrolled in the only church in the Place the North ern Methodist Victim of Michigan Accident Ralph Karl Is Buried in Rockford ROCKFORD July Julia Mathers Karl of Cedar Falls was In Rockford Tuesday making arrange ments for the burial of her son Ralph who was accidentally killed whileworking with a road construc tion gang near Grand Haven Mich The body arixed on Thursday and was interred in the Riverside ceme tery beside his father Iowa City Plans to Help Entertain Hoover on West Branch Visit IOWA CITY July City is making plans to cooperate with West Branch when Herbert Hoover visits his native town next month Two national guard troops the American Legion band and the Iowa City fife and drum corps wfll take part in the reception for the republi can presidential nominee Chamber Investigates Soliciting Businesses The chamber of commerce has by correspondence with better business bureaus in other cities conducted a j number of investigations during the past months concerning firms at tempting to do business with Mason City people It Is estimated that the American people Invest a billion dol lars annually in worthless property or securities Auxiliary on Picnic T American Legion auxiliary Heft a picnic in the woods west of Rudd Plymouth Man to Chicago PLYMOUTH July M Butts focafcafe manager ta In Chicago this week on a business and pleasure trip V Selling Cures NO REPUTABLE PHYSICIAN MAKES BARGAINS TO CURE ISo reasonable patient will expect to buy a cure After an exami nation I will tell you what the fee should be in your case Tlis will include three things 1 The amount of worlc your rnse will require 2 The expense of medicines and other Hiippliesi needed In the case 3 I will also into consideration your ability to pay I MAKE MY BUSINESS ARRANGEMENTS AT THE BE GINNING OF THE CASE I do not treat by the treatment but by the stated fee plan This Is better for you and for me Our inter ests are then in common We both want the job finished sonn as possible Most of my patients pay me gladly and thankfully and I have few lead beats who want service without paying MOST OF MY WORK IS RECTAL DISEASES AND THEIR COMPLICATIONS I do these by ambulant methods and you nre not laid up in a hospital I treat piles without operation nnd in most cases wiliout any pain whatever If you are suffering from any rectal trouble I shall be glad to examine yon without and will then he able to tell you what your trouble fa and what I will charge for treating you I am glnd o make thlR examination for you and as a rule I nm not bothered with triflers Dr Cothern specialist Phone 1546 Twelfth Year in Mason City So Federal over ration oM A til to 5 P M Evenings of Wed nnd to California Family Has Reunion at Plymouth FLYAlOrTH July family re union in honor of the Cotes of Cali fornia was held nt the A Chesebro home luly 4 A dinner was served to 15 persons The family had planned n picnic nt Decorah hut the rain hindered Guests were the Rev C F Schmidt family of Stanjiope J R Mitchell Dimily of Manly Mr and Mrs Claude Lucas of Nora Springs Fort Madison Plans Airport of 40 Acres FORT MADISON Tuly Fort Madison shortly will have a mod ern airport Charles Strons of Mem phis and Stanley Jackson of Keoktik have sisned a years lease with Cecil Baxter for 40 acres In tho west part of Fort Madison The lease calls for the of renewal at the end ofa year A hanjar Jarse enough for three planes will be built Minnesotan Conducts Revival at Kanawha KAXAWHA July Rev Arno Vikcn Blooming Prairie IH conducting a scries of religious meetings in a liirpe tent here The services are well attended Mr Vlken Is an Interesting speaker he i of the Evangelical denomination hut his srrvices are not denomfnntlonal anr all rhurrhos part They expect to continue here for two weeks When buying was one long experiment Ill try a pound of said your grandmother you are sure its That was some time in the second hour of her morn ings search for groceries She went from one open barrel or box to the next along an unappetizing row of crackers teas cereals dried fruits lard and sugar in bulk She shooed the flies away looked at touched and tasted each article suspiciously and finally decided to buy or not to buy as her judgment directed She couldnt trust a servant to do it It was a days work in itself Today in two minutes you give the grocer your order You know that everything you get will be fresh pure attractively and cleanly packed Why Because you ask for advertised brands Advertising has taken hours of hard labor out of every housewifes day and lines of worry off her fore head It has made the mornings marketing a matter of certainty instead of guesswork Do ALL of your buying this easier way read the advertisements Westinghouse DA TAMPS STEP THIS see the new Mazda Lamps with inside frosting At the New Reduced Prices 25 or 40 Watt 50 or 60 Watt 100 Watt Special Home Assortment One 25 40 60 and 100 Watt Lamp 97c Currie Van Ness Co Phone 17 MAINTAINED BY MERIT 11 North Federal Ave YOU can own your own home Get that thought firm ly implanted in your mind Our plan will give you renewed confidence and faith in the future Mason City Building and Loan Assn 47 Years o Service Office In Kresge Building Mier Beck Allen F Clough R F Beck J IV Sale A R DIRECTORS OBrien Dr S A Remley Glass Shepard H H Garvey J F Weebster Ben Mason Dr Bagley W G C Steinberg H J Clark B W Markley J E B TRY A GLOBEGAZETTE WANT EYE STRAIN NERVOUSNESS An Irritable nervous condition la relieved with correct glasses properly fltten VARNISH your floors with the durable var Leonard Refrigerators Factory Cost Plus Freight Down Balance Easy Payments No 6n Ibs capacity AO No 73 Ibs capacity flJOC CC No 100 Ibs capacity A t I Hardwood Cabinets With White Enamel Lining JLQcquer Enamei comesclearforfloors and wood work and in readytouse beautiful colors for furniture I No 75 Ibs capacity tC1 OC Ins No 100 Ibs capacity pacity djCQ CA i Hardwood Cabinets With Otie Plcce Porcelain Lining All nefrlRerators Built With Cork Board Insulation National Ice Chests 50 Lbs Capacity Divided for ice and food Cork board Insulation Price cash with order and per month for 3 months 300 Now in Use In Mason Cily Hugh Son filass nmt Pain For Kvcry rutpose Phone 87 I 15 2nd S W Sales to CuRtomers or Prospec tive Customers on our only CRYSTAL LAKE ICE FUEL CO 11 First St S W Phone 213311 V1 XM CM i   

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