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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 31, 1928, Mason City, Iowa TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE WEDNESDAY OCT si28 LANSING ONCE US SECRETARY OF STATE DIES j CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 is short while later his illness became ffccute Wu SemJCoii5clou9 For the last three days he was semi conscious The former cabinet officer had so withdrawn from public affairs that only a few knew of his critical condition and word of his death came as a surprise and a shock to of ficial Washington generally Hobert Lansing was a lifelong student of government diplomacy and international law Bryans celebrated break wtlh Wilson arising from a disagreement as to what the official American attitude toward the trag edy of the Lusltanla should be found Mr Lansing holding the post of counsellor of the state department j With Bryans resignation he waa promoted to the cabinet and was faced at once with tha Intricacies of what already waa a tense internation lal situation was his predecessor MrLan sings tenure of offices ended in disagreement with President Wilson Sin Mr Lansings case the break was ibrot on ostensibly by his action in jcalllng a meeting of the cabinet while the president was ill Got Wilson Rebuke A sharp exchange with his chief 1 followed and when the documents iwcre made public they included Mr Lansings resignation However there are some who as sert that the LansingWilson disagree throat fa often ous Do noc ignore Jt TikeTcTuiUneat for sen else Always dependable At druggist 35c 60c Hceptal lize Tkm fhllonml inent antedated the cabinet meeting in cident arid that on several occasion they were hardly in accord In this Lansings statement in 1817 that the United States was being drawn daily nearer and nearer to the World war is mentioned ana it is as serted that there were differences as to the Paris peace treaty the league of nations covenant and Mexican pol icy Mr Lansing was 64 years of age Before becoming actively connected with the state department In 1914 he had represented the United States in connection iwith various arbitration treaties for more than 20 years Iowa Baptists Begin Meeting in Cedar Rapids CEDAR RAPIDS Oct SI Tha fiveday convention ot the Iowa Baptist church opened formal sessions today with conferences of the pastors and the womens Baptist Mission so ciety The Mission society will elect officers today At leastfiOO delegatss most of whom already are here are expected to attend the sessions Students Ban Spying in Honor Examinations AUSTIN Texas of Texas students decree they are not their brothers keepers in the matter Of honesty In examinations By vote of the student body the spy clause of the pledge of honor which has been in operation since 1S83 has been abolished The honor system now is based on a declaration by the student that he or she has neither given nor received aid on examinations and certain writ ten work That part of the pledge in which the student said he had not seen others giving or receiving aid was struck out by 1109 votes of the 1494 cast in the referendum of the question Traffic in tho old days revealed more evidence of horsesense but perhaps it was in the Francisco Chronicle Woman Says She Crawled in Police Station Furnace I Did It for Faith Amazed Policemen Are Told LAKE BLUFF 1JM Oct 31 Selftorture by fire to prove her faith In a spirit love was advanced today to explain the strange case of Miss Elfrleda Knaak 30 year old Sunday school teacher and book agent It was a weird uncanny explana tion full of holes and wide open to practicalminded police skepticism but it came from the lips of Miss Knaak herself lying near death from burns mysteriously inflicted in the basement of the Lake police sta tion sometime Monday night Physicians were unconvinced To believe her story said Dr A J Rislnger attending her you would have to believe these facts That she first placed one foot then the other In the furnace and kept them there for some little time that she thrust her head and arms and held them there under what cer tainly must have been terrific pain The fire box IB only 12 by 8 Inch es Brings Man In Case pe Life looks rosy for him It does not seem possible that a rson even in a trance could do that Muscular reaction nlono would cause her to jump back from the flames The name of Charles W Hitchcock 45 years old married and the father four children was brot into the cose by Miss Knaak who during the night frequency cried out Hitch oh Hitch Why dont you come to me Who did this1 aaid the states at torney bending over the girls cot I did it myself for faith for pur ity was the response At intervals the officers obtained her story She had known Hitchcock four years she said having studied elocution ana salesmanship In classes ha conducts few months ago I got to know him spiritually she jros quoted as Health worth more than fortune TPHE baby to be envied is the one A who is bom with an inheritance of perfect health to begin with And whos lucky enough to have a mother who knows how to build up this fortune Perhaps Im oldfashioned shell say to the doctor who pronounces her child physically 100 at a baby show but this health certificate means mote to me than all the fttock in the world If my eo him to sinkca Wd f ottifle foe himielf AJreidy Im teaching him the value of regular habits Regular sleep reg ular meals regular functions Hes never oocc been off schedule not even when he was cutting teeth or traveling to the country I make sure of that by giving him Nujol regularly Nujol works so easily and naturally that it wont upset a baby under any conditions Ic keeps everything functioning properly It not only prevents any excess of body poisons we all have them from forming but aids in their removal It is safe and sure Nujol was perfected by the Nujol Laboratories 26 Broad way New York Heir to millions Just try Nujol for your baby Give if to him regularly or the hext three months Sec if it doesnt make things much easier for both of you Cer tainly it could do no harm for Nujol contains no drugs or medicine Your druggist carries it Be sure you get the genuine Sold only in sealed packages new is the new Style Men and women on every street every city and pro nouncing the new BUICKwith Bodies by Fishettne most beautiful automobile of the day embossed and hood panels involxjng the njosi costly steel paneling work em ployed on any car in the world And ai the weeks hire passed and the full significance of Buicka achievement be come apparent Co the enthusiasm for thin car hai swelled and grown to unprece dented proportions Buick sales records have been broken Production schedules been increased again and again The great Buick piantj are working to the limit of their capacity to lupply the before la the history of motor manufacture the motorists of America welcomed new lutomobilq they mre welcoming the Silver AonJTer wuy Buicx with new Muter piece Bodies by Fisherl Sweeping into the market it i lime when motor car lines were practically imitation wu destroying indi epic Buidc creations introduced an entirely A mode of size soft contours of straight saylhs This was nomaterial love ffalr Advanced psychology made me understand him for weeks I have been hearing his gaylne have faith have faith Wanted to Prove Faith To proya rny faith I thot of Iha ire I removed my clothes and burned them I burned myself I survived I proved my faith and Ill live Be sure of this I knew I would Hitchcock his leg In a east was unable to cjsar up the tfirls story Poor girl if she had a crush n me I certainly didnt know saia Hitchcock said Miss Knaak came to him four years BBO to study sales manship and elocution Since finish ing the course she had occasionally communicated with him Hitchcock said seeking hla advice on problems confronting her Hitchcock conducts fila classes In the morning hours working as night policeman from 1 p in to 1 a m One theory under investigation was that Miss Knaak not knowing of his injury had gone to the police sta tion Monday evening to await his ar rival after his official rounds Discovered by Janitor The station is closed at night but Miss Knaak waa presumed to have a key as did many other persons It is possible police said that she may have gone to the furnace room for warmth and that Bho may have been atttqked by vagrant who himself and got into the basement room to keep warm The janitor found Miss Knaak standing up her face and body black ened by the fire Her forearms were burned to the bone her hair was burned from her head and the heat hadseared the flesh of her forehead thru to ths skull She was leaning against a pipe by the furnace when the janitor saw her and the sight sent him running upstairs screaming ifor help that ha has so suddenly passed to his jreat reward Allan McNlder was the best friend I ever had and the great est executivo I ever knew a man whose character and ideals should be an Inspiration to every American cit izen Vigt M II C H McNider was a forceful and unusual character thoro in detail and comprehensive in outlook a loyal friend and counselor the biggest figure in the community the trusted advisor of those in au thority In gtata and nation Lester will the loss Mr McNider be more keenly felt than civic organizations of the city Not only was he a most gen erous contributor but the power of his example and influence was one of the most potent factors in every movement in the city When a cunv paign of any kind was to be under taken Mr McNiders presence and his stirring appeal to those about to engage in it was one of the most vi tal factors in its success Mrs T T McNidors unfaltering interest in charity prob lems his unflagging zeal in raising funds his cheery word of encourage ment and his indisputable backing of all civic render his going nothing less than a tragedy Nashville Slayer Is Released From Jail NASHVILLE Tenn Oct 31 Walter J Liggett grain dealer who shot and kiled Turner M Cunningham lotel manager was released from the Davidson county jail yesterday after noon under bond He was Immediately named In eace warrant sworn out by Cunnlng lams widow who had told police in 1 formal statement that Liggett hac jeen attentve to her Mrs Cunningham charged that Llg ott had treated her cruelly and hac threatened her life ou more than one SECOND TRIP ACROSS OCEAN IS COMPLETED CONTINUED FROM PAGE richshafen arose early today prepared io evo the dirigible Graf Zeppelin a hearty welcome on her completion of the flret round trip commercial flight to America altho she was not expected to arrive much before night fall Growls were coming from all parts of Germany and so gcoat was their en thusiasm that precautions were being taken for the aifety passengers of the dirigible who it waa feared might be overwhelmed by the impet uosity of tho welcome Great activity prevailed around tlie Zeppelin hangar as preparations were rushed to berth Its grentest product Plan Noisy Welcome Friedrichshafen was ready to brate tho homecoming In as noisy a manner as possible as soon as the air liner was sighted salvoes were to be fired Church bells were to add their peals to the shouts of Joy at the pop ulace At night there were to torchlight processions thru the streets ot the town on the shares of Lake Constance A host of federal officials and repre sentattves of shipping interests have been bidden to banquets in honor ot Dr Hugo Eckener the commander and hla staff If the Graf Zeppelin arrives by pm the official reception will bo ii the form ot a banquet It the air ship comes later those ohoard will bi officially honored at a luncheon on Thursday MORE FRIENDS GIVE TRIBUTES Republican Campaign Principles Scored in Larsons Cresco Talk CRESCCJ Octl Larson if Charles City democratic candidate or congress the fourth district ad dressed a small audience In the cpuvt house hall liere Tuesday evening After a few preliminary remarks f an and humorous na ure the speaker waded into ser ous problems of the present political campaign taking Issue with the re publican party ana its candidates for ha offices of president and congress men on many oC the questlonaibefore the public He said that Herbert Hoover is a flna type oC man in muny ways but represents the form of government which favors the Industries and great interests of the east When I said tha speaker the county newspapers of Iowa full of accounts of bank failures and sher iff sales I am afraid When a man cornea into my office and wants foreclosed or a note I am afraid Mr Larson laid these failures and the present adverse conditions at the door of the republican party Ha reviewed the early life ot Gov Alfred E Smith showing how a man raised in poverty could sympathize with the poor and poverty stricken The speaker attached the protective tariff as being for the benefit of one class to tha injury another He recommended that tho farmers organ ize to say what they should receive for their produce and all they have1 to sell Mr Larson heartily Indorsed the McNaryHaugen bill and said he would support it elected to con press GUEST AT DUMONT DUMONT Oct Ear Rocd and family enjoyed a Visit las week from her niece Miss Geraldyn Swick oC Rlrteeflold Wash State Legion Head Begins Conferences With Posts in Iowa DES MOINES Oct 81 W Prichard commanded of the Iowa lepartment of the American Legion is in the midst of a series of district meetings Afternoon conferences with officials are he4 followed by a dinner and a general meeting The schedule eighth district Shen andoah Oct 31 Osceola Nov 1 third Falls Nov 13 fourth Charles City tentative Nov 14 sec ond Maauoketa Nov 15 seventh Deo Moines Nov 16 fifth Vinton Nov 19 tenth Brltt Nov 20 Boone ten tative Nov 21 sixth Newton Nov 22 Bloomfleld Nov 23 first Burl ington NOV 27 The eleventh district meeting was scheduled at Hawarden Oct 29 and the ninth at Malvern Oct 30 Jessup Corning to Speak at N Y Banquet IOWA CITY Oct alter A Jessup president of the University of Iowa and Edward J Cornish of the institutions most promlnen alumni will be the chief speakers a the annual banquet of the Iowa alum nl association of New York City Nov 21 About 150 Hawkeye alumni and for mer students are expected to atten the affair William J Brush gradu ate of 1917 is president of the Iowa body Cornish who received his degree in law in 1S82 is president of the Nation al Lead company with headquarter in New York Plymouth Man Injured PLYMOUTH Oct Dur nek was badly hurt Tuesday mornln In trying to start a tractor A hors fell on one of his legs He was tak en to ahospital for Xray Sheriff Will Go to Califorals Return yet Enibezzlet DBS MOINBB Got of Polk aounty planned tart today for Faaadena Cat to ob aln custody William surerjOf the Dea Molnea port ot Veterans of Foreign Wars tfbo was arrested there yesterday on varrantbased on an Indictment urnefl by the grand jury here eharg ng him with embezzlement ot the rganlzatlons funds While the indictment charges torg ry of onecheck for Assistant County Attorney Alexander Miller es Imated shortages In his accounts will otal more than Reams Represents Iowa at Dakota Ceremony IOWA CITT Oct a document inscribed with the offi cial greetings of the institution eom WReams graduate of 1911 was the University ot Iowas official rep resentative at an inauguration cere mony at Dakota Wealeyan university lost Friday The inauguration of President Earl A Hoadraan lowis representative appointed by President Walter A Jessup was graduated from the college of law and now is an attorney in Mitchell S Dak Dont wear ytraraelf out trying to wear oft R cold By mediated Jubilation Why to Fox No 2 ii tha new rafeway tohtfcl hwid and cheat colda Itffives almost unbelievable w units Contains 14 ingre all IMfemwCtaM witiTtniA NO 2 Ointment JOB WAITING BERLIN Oct 31 Ter hune American boy stowaway on the airliner Graf Zeppelin will receive a hearty welcome to Germany and can have a Job If he wants one He will not be subjected to molesta tion by the police whether he receives a temporary passport or not The Wurttcmberg minister of interior ad vised the Friedrfchsnfen airport of ficials today Trent the blind pass enger In the most loyal manner pos sible The Ttetz company which owns a chain oC department stores thmout Germany sent this radio message to Terhuno aboard the dir igible Offer you immediate job Wireless your terms find time of arrival ofttVer BUICK BirumOlson Company 530 No Federal Alawjn City Iowa WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES AXE BUILT I BUICX WIU BUTLD THEM Test Evaporation of Safe Insulation WASHINGTON much wa ter will remain permanently in the fire proofing insulation used In safes a under test by the United States Bureau of Standards This water is both free and com bined with the fire proofing materials The bureau announces that safeB put undQr fire tests soon after they have baen filled with insulation lose water by evaporation amounting to 300 to BOO pounds for tha larsor safes This Is equivalent to 35 to 70 each The temperature and humidity of heatod bulldinps tend to effect slow water evaporation from safe Insulat ing materials and tha hureau la work Ing to discover the water weight loss to be expected over a period of several years HnminR Pifieon Finds Home WAYNESBOHO Vu pigeon attended the Pleasant View Methodist church here and s now staying with the pastor pending Ii Rtructlons from its owner The Rev C E Smallwood Is feeding It hi residence A band on the Ii marked IF 25 B 56262 FROM PAGE 1 end my deepest sympathy to tha be reaved members of the family of this jromlnent man and I pray Divine Providence to comfort and console hem Mrs A i Van Ness president T W C T VV has lost one of ts best friends and supporters Tom McNider has been a great help to me for a number ot years I deeply grelve his death as a personal and community loss Ward knew Mr Mc Nidei for20years and duringthat time I knoV he made It possible ifiija lany young men and young men to in our school He never said much about this but I knew v Who waa furnishing the funds Personally he was one of the best friends I ever had J Vfr young people will never know a better benefactor than Mr McNider Capti Stuart N Mc Nider waa actively Interested in na tlonal defense and waa art enthusias tic supporter of the national guard In his death national guardsmen of Mason City have lost a true friend Allan best friend I ever had and the greatest executive I have ever known Dick the death of Charles Mender the Mason City po lice department lost one of the best friends It ever had Chief Dan city And the fire department have lost an excellent friend There was nothing but the friendliest of feeling between Mr Mo Xlrler nml the fire department E Oilman secretary of the T M C Death ot Mr McNider is a tremendous loss to me He was the associations best friend and the citys most community spirited citizen Mis work in construction of the building In solving other problems of the association is one that places it in eternal debt to him He is the most public spirited man I have ever known nnrt in the seven years I have been associated with him he has been my one source of support continually Words cannot what ho has meant to me and the loss I feel be ofiusa ot his death Thomas done business with Mr MoNider for 20 years and ho was a great friend of mine His death was an awful blow to me J Leonard worst shock I eycr received The death of Mr McNider brings a heavy cloud over the liven of the young men ot this city He has helped them all His ideals were high his Judgment un questioned His faith In the young man and affairs made them want to succeed He has done more for me than my father His life was built of a foundation of character which has bean an ideal for American youth J A McNider was a great friend ot our schools and a backer ot our athletic teams His loss will be keenly felt Charlie E McNider was the best friend In every way that I ever had in Mason City When I needed help ho gave It He has help ad many others as he helped me His memory will live long in Mason City not thnj what he said what he did I only wish I had the educa tion to 6ay whats in my heart and mind with regard to Mr McNider J C country has known very few men who have had tho Interest of boyhood and young manhood quite at heart like Mr Mc Nider He has helped thousands of hoys and young men that we wllJ never know about His was a glory in doing for others The character building organizations of our com munity are responsible in a large measure to his efforts It will aome time before we fully realize what tho loss of a dynamic power auch as ha was will mean to our com munity organizations I cannot realize SPECIALS BELOW WE ARE LISTING ONLY A FEW OF THE HUNDREDS OF BARGAINS OFFERED IN OUR yARIOUS DEPARTMENTS KIRK FLAKES White Soap Chips ff 10f size now V PEAS 15c size size per Dozen fiilc Mens All Wool Union Suits Values1 sizes 36 to 46 Sizes 48 and 50 ELECTRIC LIGHT BULB AT REDUCED PRICES 200 watt GDc 75 Witt 15c 254050 watt MENS HEAVY MOLE SKIN PANTS values 4fl Qg Sizes 30 to 42 JL SUGAR 10 Ibs for 55 order of 5200 or more Boys anil Girls UNION SUITS Ribbed or Fleeced all sizes grade 69 GOOD BROOMS Each only Regular 50c value MS TC tf 19 Raizes 19C 19 Flour 49 Ib sack each sack guar 59 anteed JL uold Medal 49 Ib sack Libbys Pork and Beans 3 cans Peaches No n syrup 2 cans Dineapple No in syrup2 cans Mustard quart jars 25c grade per v jar Japan Tea Sam Special Ib package Palm Olive Soap 3 bars Bulk or Package Coffee 45c grade O K C per Ib Corn Starch or Off c Gloss 3 pkgs Raisins new crop 3 Ibs for Macaroni Egg Noodlesjn Spaghetti lOc size 4 pkgs Crackers in 2 Ib caddy 35c size Gold Dust 35c size Milk Libbys or Sprat Tall Can 12 Onus 5115 Flour Large size 25 29 25 Jack C 10 25 We Pay More For Eggs Free Parking In Back of Our Store SALMON large can Red large can Ic MATCHES Scsize 6 boxes 7 JL I Good Grade White OUTING FLANNEL 15c value yard Not over 10 yards to a customer 10 WINDOW SHADES All sizes regular 75c BLANKET SALE value 98c value value value part value part wool value part all MENS USUITS Rihbcd or 34 to IB A wonder value at 87 MENS SOX All Colors All sizes SWEATERS or BLAZERS Special Prices for This Week Shoes and Rubbers for the Entire Family at Reduced Prices Come look them over Suits or Overcoats For men and boys at unmatchable prices Come You will save 20 to on your purchase Sam Raizes 215301 SO FEDERAL PHONE 233 OPEN EVENINGS TILL P M
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