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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 27, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THURSDAY DEC 27 1928 There Are Only FEW DAYS LEFT TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE LOW PRICES EXTRA TROUSERS From Our Regular Stock of Suits values to Coopers Underwear AT UNPARALLELED VALUES Cotton Value Silk and Wool Value Silk and Wool Value All Wool Value National Klothiers 4 SOUTH FEDERAL AVENUE 2024 SOUTH FEDERAL need not be 1928 collections are convincing proof of that Fur Coats As Notable a Collection as We Have Yet Presented efforts in the market were necessary to produce such decisive FashionValues Women with their interest centered in smart ap parel at a thriftpricing will do well to investigate this C Penney Company offering Coats of broad cloth and ofsuede trimmed with rich in the chic colors 75 For Women Misses Juniors Dream of U S Countess Broken Dreams of establishing a school of fine aWg In an ancient chateau in southern France have been shattered for Countess de Taurtne better Jcnown in her home city Wichita as Mrs Pearl Hussey Flanagan by an attachment proceeding by which she and her associate in the scheme Chirrles F Kaye Iiave been deprived of thoir personal belong ings at Kansas City Mo Mrs Flanagan acquired the title of countess with the chateau presented her by tho Abbo Loubiere Attachment pro ceedings were begun by Grosvenor Barren o Kinsman Ksns Above the countess the abbe and the chateau featuring Audrey Ferrlg and George Fawcett Saturday and Sunday will bring Mg stage to the Cecil consist ing of vaudevilles moat pretentious novelties while on the screen will be shown the comedy hit Five and Ten Cent with Louise Fazenda The entire program looks like one of the years best offerings Manager Heffner ot the Palace an nounced Thursday that he has many treats in store for hia patrons during January Headlined for an early show ing in the New Year are the follow ing Milton Sills in his first all talk Ins picture The which is now playing to capacity business In New York at prices Fanny Brlce the noted comedienne com monly known aa the female Al Jolson will be heard in her great stage suc cess My in which Mlsa Brice sings many songs Paramounts first all talking picture which has many glowing press notices written during the big run it 1a now having in New York will also be heard The frozen face comedian Buster Keaton In his latest hit The Cam a hilarious comedy of an apprentice newsreel mon in the wilds of New York is booked for the Cecil theater next week The story s a rapidfire seriea of trouble which Keaton as a green cameraman gets into How he invades Chinatown getting Into tho middle of a long war Is one of the high lights It is a real fun show The greatest ever Is what the Palace management says ot its Mid Nlte Frolic booked for New Years Eve At this show the first all talk ing comedy ever made and which will be shown for the first time in Iowa will be one of the attractions It is from that great comedy producer Mack Sennett and is entitled The Lions Eight acts of vita phone vaudeville and two acts of vaudeville in person give one an idea of what to expect at this mldnlte show Seats are all reserved and ol lale at the boxoffice The cetebrafed novel The Green has been made into a screen attraction entitled Woman of Af The screen offering taken from this muchdiscussed novel la said to be delightful entertainment RADIO PROGRAMS FEATURES ON TJIE AIR Friday Dec 28 Central Standard Time Circus Annual WJZ KDKA VVLW WHAS WSM WSB Review Seasonable WJZ KDKA WiLW WJR KtW WREN WJAX WHAS WSM WMC WSB KOA KSL KGO KFI KGW KOMO KHQ KPRC WFAA WOAI KPO KSTP KVOO Then and Now Popular Songs of Yesterday and WOR WMAQ KMOX KOIt WKRC WADC WGHP WO WO KMBC WSPD 9 Concert Bureau Hour Special WE AF WRC WWJ WDAF By The Associated Press Programs in Central Standard time AH time is P M unless otherwise Indicated Wavelengths on loft of call letters kilocycles on right Clear channel station programs In detail with an ap pended list of some ol the more important regional stations 1020 Uncle Bob Orchestra circus Old dances Quakers Review orchestra Sestet Little Jack Little News Blumber music Orchestra Insomnia club WBBM 770 Organ recital melodies Little Buster Dance music Late dance hour WENIt 870 Farmer Rusk Feature program 2V4 WGNWLIB 720 Quin Nighthawks Almanak Radio floorwalker An evening in Paris Theater opera company Features popular 2Vi WLS 870 Livestock service Sports harmony team Scrapbook Angelus Features Sllvertona hour Musical program WLS showboat 1 670 Topsy Turvy WOR programs 8 AmosAndy musical Orchestra Dance muslo WOO News travel lecture Banjolsts tenor and reader Dance hour WCCO Twin Singers United light opera Howard Melaney Ramblers Quartet Dance program WOR 710 Orchestra United opera company Story hour Then and Now Crystal Gazer News dnnce hour KDKA 980 Circus old dances Quakers review Nightingale sextet Dance music WHO Schedule for FRIDAY a m Record program Your Home and Mine Becord program National Home Hour RCA Program Forhans Program NBC Record program Music p m U S department of ag riculture Market Farm news digest Studio program Close of markets Studio program Winor Russells Radio Column Gotham Trio Constance McClurg AT MASON CITYS THEATERS The One Place In This State Where You Can Dance an Entire Evening for IS THE AMERICAN LEGIONS Old Time Dance Every Saturday Night In the Armory Music Saturday Night by the Hollyllnnd Orchestra The attraction now playing at the Cecil theater Is Greta Garbo in The Mysterious The factors the great war ot Europe the net oC spy systems which fought silent but dead ly battles during the peace period form the background of this drama The plot is laid fn the rival countries of Russia and Austria Miss Oarbo was never Been to better ad vantage and the picture Is making a womlcrful Impression with the Cecil patrons Mr Arthur believes The Palace Is now showing Corrlne Griffith In her latest production one of the best stories given to this beautiful screen star In some time The picture Is the first of her productions to be synchronized to sound and music which adds much to an already good picture The usual vitaphone vaudeville of bigtime acts is alao heard o Tiio lovely gowns worn by the mem bers ot the cast of Unlversals Phyllis of the which will open at the Iowa theater on Satur day were designed by Johanna Math ieson after a special stylo excursion to New York Palm Beach and Paris Alice Day Lllyan Tashmnn and Duane Thompson appear in these ex clusive designs while the mon In the cost are Mat Moore and Edmund Burns The popular screen lovers Ronnlcl Colman and Vilma Banlty in their greatest picture Two taken from tho novel will be the New Years attraction at the Cecil This latest costarring feature of those famous stars is a mighty production and makes an evening of delightful entertainment NOTED MEXICANS ARE INJURED IN WRECK OF TRAIN Blame Madman for Loco motives Plunge Thru Weakened Bridge MEXICO CJTY Deo 27 pachea from Chihuahua state that tvo tralnmont were killed ana Gov Mar celo Caraveo of the state ot Chihua hua and a iiumber Of others were in jured when a train was wrecked The locomotive plunged into an abyss when it passed over a bridge tho sup ports of which had been weakened by a Governor Caraveo Gen Jesus Fer reira chief of military operations in the state and about 100 other prom inent citizens were returning from the opening ot the Kansas City Mexico and Orients railroad link connecting Chichuahua and Ojinaga on Sunday when the wreck occurred Those killed were Francisco Rodri quez fireman and Manuel Candla a trainman Governor Caraveo suffered a lacer ated lace and his condition was not regarded as serious Francisco Cor Iero president of the Chihuahua state supreme court was reported today to be In a critical condition from injuries received in the wreck Llborlo Seljaa assistant superintendent of the rail road was given immediate attention at the scene of the wreck when It was found necessary to amputate the toes on both his feet Others injured in cluded tho Deputy A Chavez R San chez Fraustro state treasurer Jose Almeida and Manuel Rlvero Mler One dispatch said that Fosendo San Doval was arrested and claimed that four armed men forced him to burn the bridge supports Another report was that the was the result of an act of a mad man He was stated to have told rail road officials that he was cold and started a fire under the bridge to keep warm and when the bridge caught fire lie let it burn Correct this sentence My electric bill Is 67 cents he ami I know we dont use any more Juice than Review Mason Citys Best Theater CECIL PLAYING A GRETA GARBO in The Mysterious Lady WITH CONRAD NAGEL A THRILLING AND ROMANTIC ROMANCE Matinee 25c Children IQc Evening 40c SAT AND SUN Greater Vaudeville And on the Screen Five and Ten Cent Annie Bargain Matinee Saturday STARTS MON Ronald Colman Vilma Banky in The Two Lovers From the novel Leather Face I THE BOAD OF UNUSUAL SERVICE Through the Best of the West to California Separated than SCO miles of moun tain and plain Rock Island through service to the Pacific pletely encompass the scenic the palmshaded oases of Arizonas deserts to the inspiring peaks and canyons of the Colorado Rockies Go one the other Luxurious trains to serve you Golden State Limited Apache Rooky Mountain Limited and many Through California via the Bock bland lines Warner Urns talking pic ture to tlir Pnlnco starting Saturday It is Tlio LIUlc Wild ROCK ISLAND C C t Rook 614 NitUonal BoJMlnc t Pleuo Mid Colorado Any other Region Quote Icrwoit rtratnd regarding train to Name IOW A THEATER Today and Friday BARGAIN DAYS ANY SEAT See Tarzan the y Mighty Tho Chapter play extraordinary THE GOLD CLAIM A Western Featurette And for your laughs see Compnnloimte Service and SMITHS COUSINS Sat Sun andMon THYLLIS OF THE FOLLIES BIJOU SAODIE THE CAMEO CHAPTER 9 PALACE Today Friday ANOTHER BIG HIT and with SOUND Also Vitaphone Vaudeville BIG NEW YEARS EVE MIDNITE FROLIC All Seats Reserved NOW ON SALE   

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