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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 26, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITYGLOBEGAZETTE WEDNESDAY DEC 26 28 SEVEN Will Represent II Duce at Funeral of Cadorna ROME Dec 26 Mus solini will be represented at the fu neral of Count Marshal Cadorna to morrow at pallanza by Undersecretary Giunta Various high offieiala of the army and navy will attend as well as rep resentatives of the senate the cham ber of deputlea anfl numerous diplo mats and military attaches A special train will carry the mour ners to 1allanza Sociological Society in Annual Conference CHICAGO Dec 26 Amer ican Sociological society opened Its annual meeting here today Earle B Eubank of the University Cincinnati was tho first speaker ot the conference He said that soci ology while it has contributed much to social work as a gatherer oE data and as a fact finder makes a much larger contribution thru theory and particularly by means of the concepts which It hns evolved for the analysis of human situations Marie G Merrill of the Chicago board of education addressing a spe cial Joint session of the society and the national community center asso ciation said tho decisive factors In community centers include railroads industrial sections gangs and organ izations church groups racial groups foreign born groups and conflict be tween generations England Is said to want a Holly wood Thats because shes never had York HornlrtTrllnme Convenience Cuisine of a high order is our promise to every guest A sojourn at the New Bismarck is a redletter event In the travelers experience Nationally known for good food Rooms up With Bath up NEW HOTELCHICAGO RANDOLPH AT LA SALLE RADIO PROGRAMS FEATURES ON THE AIR Dec 27 Ceiilni Standard Time Jcssicn WTAiW WOY WWJ KSD WOW KVOO WKAA WHAS WSJ1 WSB WOAF WGN Varied WRC WGV WWJ KSD WOW WDAF KVOO WFAA KPRC WOAI KOA WTMJ KHft WHAS WSM WMC WSB KGO KOMO KFI KSTP KFO Concert Musical KDKA WIAV WTMJ KVW KSD WDAK KVOO WBAP KPRC WHAS WSM WMC WSB WOW KOA WKHC KSTP WJAX HYW and Ills Frlomls at WADC WKRO WGHP WOWO KMOX KMUC KOIL WSPD WHK WBBM Milkers Mirth and WADC WKRC WGlir WOWO KMOX KMBC KOIL WSPD WHK WBBM THURSDAY DEC 27 the Associated Programs In Central Standard time All timo is p m unless other imlicated Wavelengths on left of call letters kilocycles on right Clear channel station programs in detail with an appended list ut some of the uioro important rughm al stations Uncle Bob Orchestra organ Sercnaders Sparkers Singers house concert Old Counselor Apollo Male quailet News slumber music Orchestra Insomnia club Organ recital melodies WABC programs 2 Studio feature Danco hour Farmer Rusk Old Counselor Feature program 3 Quin Nlghthawks Almanalc Floorwalker Sentinels Radio hour Orchestra musical melange Orchestra Features popular 2 Livestock service Sports harmony team Scrapbook Angelus YOUR ATWATER KENT DEALER IN MASON CITY THE TRAFFORD Inc Terms To Suit Music Dealers Trade In Your Old Radio A TWOTER Ki 1929 ELECTRIC IS good radio thats why it costs only A WATER KENT RADIO used to be expensive too But it was LM BO good that to meet the de mand the factory grew to 15 the largest radio factory in the world Modem largevolume production methods efficient and economical were perfected So today we can ofier Model 40 at a lower price than really fine electric radio has ever com tmanded before FoTl929AtwaterKentRadniserenhetter 322 tests or inspections prove every set right before it learn the factory The electrical Distributors tHoOfl 0 A C ttx A C and one rectifying tube 177 MTt Ilncyr Rgnlator 186 and Model 44 an babe A C ut f 106 and 168 ttibeg vxl assembly includes iinprovements just perfected by the laboratory which give you greater power greater range Reception is improved As you torn the FDTLVISION Dial distant stations andnearby stations answer to their own num bers each one clear and separate You can m ake the program soft or loud as you please wthout mussing Tip the tone The electric currentcosls only a fraction of a cent an hour Let a demonstration prove what a fine set the new Atwaler Kent radio a money estving price Radios truest votee Atwater Kent Radio Speakers Mouels E E2 ume qnality different in size each L P Courshon Inc Atwater Kent Radios On Easy Payments S7 WHO Schedule for THURSDAY p m Market reports Sheasbys dance band News summary Studio program Successful Farming program Forhans Song Shop Hoovers Sentinels Selberllng Singers Maxwell House coffee hour Maxwell House Coffee Hour HalseyStuart program Palais DOr orchestra IsoVIs entertainers Bankers Lire Little Sym phony Romance of Stage and Society Farming Thru the ages All State hour Popular program 2 SfO Topsy Turvy orchestras Lecture Whitney Health Whitney trio Orchestra minstrel show Musical program lanlst AmosAndy orchestras Dance music 2 News Federation of Musicians American Legion band Dance hour TJ of Michigan hour Serenaders Sparkers Nuggets house Cotton Pickers AmosNews dance organ Dinner concert Talks Phonograph hour Pianist Theatrical hour Dance music Merry Makers WOR Stock Co Phonograph hour Little Symphony News dance hour Serenaders Sparkers Miladys musicians House concert Ramblers orchestra Richard Bold greatgrandson of Kirlph Wnlflo Emerson tho poet tons just tiiheii for his brido Miss Jtno Gardner society girl of Albany N Y Bold has been nppenrme in a New York stage revuo as a tonor PRODUCTION OF LUMBEdSLOWER Industry in Minnesota Is De creased Per Cent in 1927 MIMTNEAPOMS TJcc 26 ber production in Minnesota dropped per cent from M2G to 1027 accord ing to the federal department of com merce Ono hundred fiftyfive mills In 1926 reported cutting feet aB compared with board fnet j produced by 123 mills In 1D27 tbo de partment following Its beon nlal census of manufacture In the cnlted States there was a drop of per 102R to 1S127 AT MASON CITYS THEATERS output per cent and production of shingles Increased per cent Of states reporting lumbor nlit put for last year 31 show decreases and 15 had Increases Production ot lath dropped in Min nesota from in 192G to last year Sixty mills were reported as u mating In 1D26 and 30 year Lumber output in the nation Is plac ed at feet board measure in 1927 as against the previous year Lath production fell from to Tho growth In shingle making brot produc tion up from In 192G to last yenr RADIO OFFICIALS HAND OUTS R 0 SIGN AUAPITAL No Chance for Many More Broadcasting Stations Says Commission WASHINGTON Dec 2C radio commission has Hung out the standing room only1 sign Dr J II Bellinger chleC engineer of the commission said today that ippllcatlons for radio licenses continue o so flood the commission that it had been decided to glre notice that the demand torchannols far exceeds the supply He said that some prospec tive users of radio are hound to bo lisappointed for it is not sufficiently calized that the number ot radio cliannols Is sharply Tho new problems facing the com mission ha ealil arise from tho rapid development in many phstses of radio transoceanic telegraphy and tel phony airplane communication pic Lure transmission emergency and spo ial U3QS ot every conceivable kind Most of the now uses he said con template the uso of frequencies above j the usual broadcasting band I These high frequency bands liow ever already are practically full There are at present all over the world stations In the chan nels that can be used Any f uriher ad ditlona to the channels would bo ex pected to create a source ot interfer ence Already hundreds of applica tions In these bands have been denied by the commission Tho commission nas before it 850 applications for use of frequencies In the continental band It will Impoe slble Dr Delllnger said to grant any thing like that many applications The commission brings this notice to the the chief engineer In order to warn prospective users of radio of possible disappoint ment MViny a business man has worked out excellent communication plans Involving radio only to learn to his sorrow that channels are hard to obtain The commission hopes that It Is rendering a public service by now handing out the S R O Woman Takes Poison Accidentally at Party UNCOLN Dec 28 Christinas party ended tragically last night when the hostess Mrs Cora Ijeo Devine accidentally took poiaon and died a few minutes later One of tho gueste Harry Smith noticed tho effect of the poison on Mrs Devine and also tasted It He dropped to the floor unconscious but was revived at a hospital The One Plnco In Tills State Wliero You Can Danco an Entire Evening for IS THE AMERICAN LEGIONS Old Time Dance Every Saturday Niglit In the Armory Music Saturday Niglit by tho HoliyHnnd Orchestra Tho Palace la now pdnylng thru Fri day beautiful Corrlno Orittlth In her latest picture one the best stories given Miss Griffith in some timo It has the added feature of being the first of her pictures ever set to music and sound which fac adds much to the ictlon of the story Three acts of vltaphone vaudeville complete a great holiday program o The Mysterious Btarrlnj Grata Garbo opened a threeday en gagement at tho Cecil Wednesday nf ternoon Critics say this Is an excep tionally fineoffering Conrad Nagel supports Miss Garbo Press notices stato that this Is the best production ever mfulo with Miss Garbo 111 th leading role Tho Mysterious Ixidy IB regarded as one of the seasons fin est productions MASON CITYS BEST TIHCATEK MATINEE GRETA EVENING 7 and 9 Today The Pnlncr management is great preparations for Its big mldnlto frolic on New Years eve An entire change oC program will be shown and the management promises some of the larpest nnd best mldnlto shows ever attempted Favors and noise makers will bo much In evidence to welcome In the new year All seals Rro reserv ed for this show and are now on snlo at the box office o The Cecils special New Years offer ing will star ViJma Banky nnd Colman They will costnr In their vehicle Two taken from the great novel Tt hns proved one of tho senson3 fin cst nttnrctlons Mr Arthur of the Ce cil feels that It will cause considerable comment locally o The Bijou is showing for lie last times Wednesday Dec 26 Buck Jones in The Branded a thrill ing action picture of the west Buster Kealnns Rrcntcst j will bo shown at tho Cecil In tho near future It has boon the talk of thn citicK and will many fans here Mr Arthur of the Cecil be lieves o An all slar cast nppcnro in Pliyllis of the the choriiK prlrl com ody which will open nt the Iowa theater soon Tlio cnst Alice Day and Matt Moore who art featured and Tnshman Krt mund Burns anrl Thompson Tt was directed by Ernst Laemmlc Breeders Tnss Ilcsolutlon NEWAfARKET Hnpland tliorobrel hrpeclorn issorlation hns passed a resolution iinlng tlint Ilic offspring of any stallion or maro sub mitted to thft opernlinn of Klaml Kraft Ins siiould he incllglhlo for tbo stud book itkifa J S ss S VM i f kMt CONRAD NAGEL No Advance in Prices Matinee Clillilrcu Jllc The grcul star and director of The Temptress now bring to the screen another flaming romance Against a thrilling back ground of international in trigue Greta Garbo makes a glamorous figure as the beautiful snarer of men who is trapped herself by ovc Rnsnil on novel War In the Iiy LutlwiR Wolff Treat ment and Contlmiify One of the Years Most Sensational Hits SAT and SUN GREATER VAUDEVILLE AND Five Ten Cent Annie With LOUISE FAZENDA Bargain Matinee Salurday Starts MONDAY New Years Attraction Ronald Coleman Vilma Banky TWO LOVERS From the Novel Leather Face low A THEATER TODAY SHIRLEY MASON G ASTON GLASS BEN TURPIN WIFES It runs lie gamut of funny aitimUons anil then some Iowa News Reel A Comedy Thursday Friday BARGAIN DAYS lOc A WONDER SHOW ANY SEAT t lOcLast Times TodaylOc Buck Jones in THE BRANDED SOMBRERO PALACE Now Fri ANOTHER BIG HIT and with Also Vitaphone Vaudeville BIG NEW YEARS EVE MIDNITE FROLIC All Scats Reserved NOW ON SALE   

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