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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 16, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE WEDNESDAY JAN 16 29 3EVKN BETTER BUSINESS HIEING PREDICTED 2 Regional Shippers Forecast Promising Says B J J Drummond One of the best barometers of een y eral business conditions tha nation forecast of the Regional shippers advisory boards covering freight car requirements as reflected In 29 prin cipal commodities according to B J Drnmmond Chamber of Commerce traffic commissioner freight is beingtransported there is the best evi dence that some one te buying and selling The Chamber of Commerce is In receipt of tho quarterly forecast for the first quarter 1S29 for tho midwest district which embraces Iowa Wis consin Illinois and the western half or Indiana In 192S luring January February anil March there were 1252244 cars loaded For tho corresponding period Jn 920 jt fs estimated there will be 1310681 cars loaded a decrease of I3 per cent It is a significant fact i hat it has been developed that the oxperlenco op the past shows that the estimated figures are losa than 5 per cent from the actual loadings increase Predicted It is estimated there will be an in crease oC about 12 per cent in build ing materials shipped 20 per cent In potatoes 15 per cent ja petroleum products 71 per cent in automobiles i rnd 5 per cent in cement 5 per cent in machinery and boilers 2Vj imp cent in sugar and 2 per cent In yraln Deacrcaees are estimated for the fol Jovriup commodities Hay straw etc per cent fresh fruits other than citrous 62 per cent fresh vetgetdbles Hhcr than potatoes 43 per cent coal rmd coko per cent Bait 25 per poultry and dairy products 2 jjor rent and fertilizers 2k per cent The fliprn If leant feature about this vcport theoptimism ns expressed fn the 71 per cent increase In auto mobiles and parts and the 15 per cent increase in petroleum products There bo but one conclusion reached and hal is a much healthier financial con flit Ion in the agricultural belt that will permit the buying either for cash or on time of approximate ly 123000 automobiles It is estimated there will bo 41000 carloads loaded and shipped from points within the four states named above There is usu ally Z automobiles loaded In a car Afore BuUnTng Evident Increased loadings oC building ma terials portends a much larger build ingr campaign in 1929 than 1328 it is estimated there will be approximate y 225000 cars loaded and shipped from points in this territory duringthe next thren months all of which Indicates larger employment of labor it will be observed that the de creases In car loadings do not affect basic commodities to the same extent as Is he care In regardto the in creases Divisional Head of Salvation Army Is Here for Two Days MaJ Robert Penfold of Das Molnes divisional commander of the Salva tion Army In Iowa came here Wed nesday lor a twOday stay with Capt W G Friend commanding officer on the local unit of tha organization Major Penfold will speak at a meeting POSITIONS OPEN IN GOVERNMENT Applications Must Be in at Postoffice Before End of January Pile clerks and cylinder printing Wednesday night at the Salvation pressmen may procure a government Army hall Second street south west beginning at 8 oclock While here Major Penfold will go over a number of matters with the personnel of the local staff Consider atlon ot ways and means oC expanding the Salvation Army service in Mason City from both the standpoint ot charity and religious work will be unions the points to be discussed Wed nesday and Thursday In sessions at the local army office COURT OF HONOR AT FOREST CITY WELL ATTENDED Many Boy Scouts Receive Badges in Fourth District Forest City entertained the court of FatherSon Banquet Tuesday Night at Thornton Tho fifth annual scout father son banquet ot troop 15 at Thornton vvns held In the Methodist church oC bH place Tuesday evening with ap proximately 35 present Kollowng tho invocation by the KLV A tf noddle assistant scout Icarer uf the troop tho Boy Scuiits cf Ujo troop served the banquet which litul been completely arranged under their Ppelvision and In their chnrte A 30 ptcco Boy fccout orchestra In charge ot O A Iijlclt played several numbers during the evening Following an address of welcome y Scout Harold Boothroyd Bro chairman oC the troop commit tee responded briefly for the dads A trombone solo was by Scout Floyd Bruce and J C Underwood scout executlxe tho Iowa council talked on Scouting anti it TieUp with tha Dad Following Mr Underwoods address n duet was given by Mar shall Younfr and Charles Schumach er After two patrol first afd demon strations every ono present had an opportunity to sny few Avoirla A number of important things werebrot to light in this novel method of having everyone present participate In tho program and Camp Roosevelt the lo ml councils camp at Ventura re Delved considerable praise for Its ac tivlly In local council from the I fathers as well as the scouts Games cams next on the program in charge of Assistant Scout Tjeader Fleldj French A violin solo by Scout Tnfelt wns fol lowed by tha closing ceremonies Iahe Mills IJons Entertain r MIILig Jan Iale Mills Ijlons club held a special meet ing Tuesday evening nt the Arlington hotel to bid farancll to Attorney I IIocl who is leaving Iae Mills to practice law at Canby Minn J1 iNo More Gas In Stomach and If yoo to txrmnncollr ra neved of gal Jn atoroach and Uiko Can which mre prrpared eaptdaliy Tor jraa and all tha bad effects reaultlnff from fo presiure That rnnptr ffnmvrinz at tha position If they can satisfactorily pass civil service examinations to bo held at the postoffice A dispatch from the civil service bureau at Washington states that all states ex cept Maryland Virginia Vermont Delaware and the District of Colum bia have received less than their fiuota of appointments Full information may ba obtained from Charles E Price secretary ot the United States civil service board of examiners at the post office here Positions open are Junior file clerk at entrance salary of a year and under file clerk at entrance salary ot a year departmental service Washington D C These examinations are open to men only Receipt of applications will close January 32 JD29 Printingpressman gov ernment printing office and bureau of engraving and Washing ton D C Tho base pay is SI 10 on iiour Extra pay Is allowed for night overtime holiday and Sunday work Receipt of applications will close Jao 30 1920 Junior bacteriologist food products office of Hie food drus and insecti Mussolini Most Enigmatic Figure of HistoryGlass Thnt omplr fcetlni t pit or the will disappear that anxious with heart pal pitstioD will vanfffh and you wfl affain to Ulca deep breath without discomfort That alecpy feeling dinner will replaced by a deslra Bloating will ceaae Your imba anns anH finffera will no Joncr cold and go to Bleep be cause Baalmannt Caa Tablets prevent gits finm interferlngr with the circuit lion Get the genuine in the yellow pack t any good dtui tore Price AIAVAYS ON HANn AT rASKX DIIUG CO North Iowa council Boy Scouts oE America Tuesday Jan 15 p m n the high school auditorium There vero approximately SO scouts in at ondanco who were to be presentcS associate it badges and certificates lor vent mads during the last aix la clde ndmlnfstratlon department of as rieuHuro at 5200 to a year Ke ceipt of applications will close Jan 22 1923 Toxlcologlst at to 4400 a 0 a year and assistant toxi Tiiere were also approximately 100 par and trlenda of these scouts present to see them receive tho awards for their achievement Tha Forest City court oC honor la the first one of its ina to be conducted Jn district num jer four under tho new plan ot dis trict organization in the North Iowa council which wont into effect fan Hugh Shepard ot Mason City a member at largo oC tho Area Court of Honor committee was present to repre sent tho central organization The Rev Mr Van Metre Garner who has been appointed as the court of honor committee chairman for district num ber four was present and officiated cologist at to S3100 a year var ious branches of tho service TCe ceipt of oppllcatlons will close Jan 23 IS39 Senior mlcronalyst at f4600 a year United States public health service Washington P C Receipt oC api cations will close Ian SO 1320 iod oC at least three months and earned at least five merit badges After the announcements by tho Hcv Mr Van Metro tho district court of honor chairman the meeting was closed by Scoutmaster ISd Salveson with tha Retreat of the Colors tho The other members oE the committee Indian benediction and taps on the ajre A H Nelson Mills Dr D A Richardson Forest City and John Potgetter Crystal Lake Local Man Speaks These men were assisted at the court of honor by Ed Salveton scout master at Forest City P J Thompson Forest City P J Kirkpatrick scout master at Crystal Lake Dr E H Phillips Garner Jay Brooker Forest City the Rev M Bush Forest City and the Forest City American Legion quartet P J Thompson opened the meeting with an address ot welcome to those in attendance from the other towns ot the district In which he Elated that It was deemed a great honor by the men of Forest City to entertain such a group as was gathered there at the time a group gathered together with out a selfish motive and fop no oilier reason than the development and bet erment ot the district boyhood Dur ing Mr Thompsons talk he stated that scouting was a movement ot ut most Importanco to the boyhood oX any community Mr Thompson Introduced Hugh Shepard ot Mason City tho area court of honor representative who gave a very short irtsjiiratlonnl presentation In which he emphasized the fact that In scouting the 1oya learn by doing tho different activities oC scoutcratt He explained tho district plan of or ganization the Hcv Mr Van Metros part as chairman of the district court bugle Many Receive Badges Boy Scouts receiving recognition for advancement were as follows Second class Debord Paul Manor Dr E SI Phillips scout master and Robert Pritchard all of Garner First class Clark and James Prouty both of Garner Second class merit Brower Grant Haugland and Stanley Hauglanrt all of Crystal Lake and Iliilllp Thorson Forest City First class merit Drake Rush Gabrielson Julius Jen son Hichard Jcnson Albert Jllek Burtla Juhl P J Kirkpatrick scout master O S Mathfson troop com mltteeman John Potgettcr Maynard Powers Edgard Reed Rchard Reed Donald Kose 13 Stanworth troop commltteeman Arthur Willis and Rus sell Wiisou all of Crystal Lake Earl Anderson Sorcn Chrlstensen John Hanson Herman Lfnde assistant scoutmaster Harold Moklest4i3 Edgar Salvesoh scoutmaster Robert Sharp ond Oswald Thorson all of Forest City Duanc Hanson Harry Irltchard Archto Prouty Donald Roe and Lu verne Wcttcrllng all of Garner Star Hastings Gar ner Francis Drake Richard Jensun Burtls Juhl Edgar Reed Richard Reed Donald Rose Arthur Willis and Russell Wilson all of Crystal Lake T Local Attorney Gives Review of Autobiography of Mussolini The most enigmatic figure in his tory a personality of tremendous force a man with an almost grotesque con fidence in his own ability a statesman has crushed his country Into sub mission to many ntcritonous reforms ono who w either a great political genius or agrievous psychopathic case a person wlip alould either be confined or Js the Beniio Mussolini depicted by Reniley J Glass in his review of the autobiography of the Italian dictator at the Book Re view Luncheon In the Y W C A Wednesday Mr Glass who was Introduced by Mrs D H JFlUpatrlclt chairman of this group of tho Womans club opened his talk with an Ingenioua presentation of the background In which he showed Italys ruler In rej both from tho standpoint of time and in relation to modern conditions lo referred to Mussolini as the out standing world character of the post war period Unknown Are Heroes Unlike former conflicts the World war failed to bring out a great fight er who developed into a political eader the speaker declared adding hat this was probably duo to the Utanfc proportion of the war and to the chaotic conditions The heroes of the last war however were not the generals but the unknown soldiers ie stated Dictatorship Incompatible with AngloSaxon Ideals of government be camo common in southern Kuropo after the war some of the countries being Albania Hungary and Spain Italy however is tho outstanding ex ample As decisive a learter as Mus solini naturally lias loyal friends anrt bitter enemies thelatter claiming that he niado tho cruelistg of the Caesars look like scholarly gentlemen It was IVIr Glass estimate however that TIO ono could bo as great as Mussolinis friends port fay him ami that few hav j been as bad as he la purported to be by his enemies Was Socialist Once i In reviewing tho Ilfo of the dictator J tho speaker stressed the fact that i Mussolini at first hnd adhered to the j socialist party and had been friends j Lenine anil Trotsky It was durj ing the World war that he began to transcend the doctrines of socialism i and began to formulate the ideas of j government which he afterwards put Into practice with one of the most dramatic coups of history Only a few pages are taken up in the account of hts youth Mr Glass pointed as an example of the mans ogottsni Mobt of tho work is taken up with the six years he haa been in power in Italy Tho personal pro noun ig used continuously Talu3 Up Some of tho policies of Mussolini also were discussed by Mi Glass who stated the Italian leader recognized no organization not amenable to hla will Because of this attitude Freemasonry was Wiped out Ixibor ia allowed to proceed Us way as long as U remains subservient To Mr Glass the of Faclsm Is uncertain despite tho apparently limitless confidence that MussollnE In hia own ability that they In tho final analysis were i part of tho Associated Press organ ization for It the news which they make and are Involved In that tie comes tho commodity iiandled by his organization Usually Right He HohK I want to pay tribute he declared to tho newspaper men who working under tho handicap of tljno and pres sure aro able to present news items so universally correct that inaccur acies aro the conspicuous exception Reporters and editors ure human and much of their information must bo relayed to them by other humans So long as there is imperfection In human nature there will be occasional errors In news Items but it seems to me that the Associated Press has ap proached more closely to perfection than any other news gathering agency ARGUE SCHOOL CASE IN COURT Dispute Between Thornton and Swaledale Being Heard by Clark Judse Joseph J CInrk heard arguments by John Sonneff and W A West full on the mailer of the Consolidated school of Thornton vs ho Consolidated school of Swalcilale n which the defendant Is being sued for 53959OS which the oilier district illeges is duo as taxes on a half sec tion of land within its boundary The Swaledala contention Is that the land belongs in Its school district Automobile Is Damaged When It Hits Streetcar The car ot Hugh Monahnn Manly was severely damaged Tuesday at ap proximately p m when ho was driving south on North Federal nve iHio and struck a streetcar golnjf north Charles Suter was the motor man on the streetcar A son was horn Tuesday evening af the Park JiospHal lo Mr and Mrs Harry Elaml Rites for George R Hammond Funeral services will bo held at ItlcDvllle Friday at p m lor George Iv Hammond GS who died nt his home hero at 153V Fourth street southwest carty Wednesday morning Mr Hammond Is survived by hi3 wire Eva Hammond two daughters Mabel Mason City and Mrs Wilmar Koon Riceville Tlie botly will liein state at tho Meyer funeral homo until Friday morning when it will le accompanied to Riceville The people are ns good as ever They Just seem lawless because arc passed so rapidly they cant fc Herald ot honor committee and then intro duced the Rev Mr Van Metre who conducted tho rest of tho program 1 Garner Pastor In Talk Tho Rev Mr Van Metre in his open ing remarks emphasized the Import ance ot adult participation In this pro gram oC boy development and urged that ttll parents and friends of tho scouts take stops to become acquain ted with the work in which the boys areengaged and to be ready to assist them materially Tha Rev Mr Van Metre is going into the work 33 chair man ot the district No 4 court ot honor committee with determination doing everything within his power to make district No 1 the outstanding district ot the area It is customary at all scout meet ings in which wards are presented to have aJl candidates pulillcly recommit themselves to the scout oath and law before the awards aro presented This part of the program was handled by V J Kirkpatrick soutmaster of troop 31 Crystal Lake In tha absence oC A H Xelson court of honor representative from Lake Mills Osam fleia scout ex ecutive pivRented the second and f irst class badges Dr Phillips scoutmas ter at Garner called tho roll ot scouts scout leaders and troop committcemen present and It developed that the troop from Crystal Lake wag 100 per cent present with the exception of one hoy who was too 111 to attend Scouts tn Celebrate Tito American Legion cjuartet ren dered two very beautiful selections that added immensely to the worth whileness of the meeting J Brooker of Forest City presented tho first class merit badge Tn this group 30 Scouts were pre sented with a total of IIS merit badges Hugh Shepard ot Matron City gave a brief explanation of tho meet Ins of the nineteenth anniversary He pictured In his talk tho development that had taken place in scouting over a period of 20 years from the time In 1009 when W D Boyco Chicago was rendered n good turn hy an un known scout In London to the present fimo when on Feb S 1929 over S00000 Scouts in the United States will celo hrato the nineteenth anniversary of the movement in this country It was flrfit Incorporated In 1010 The Rev M Bush of Forest City presented tho star scout certificates to a group of 12 Scouts who have served as first dais scouts Tor a per Herman assistant scoutmaster Harold Moklestail nml E M Dalve Bcoutmaster all oC Forest City Ken Mitchell in Tie for First in National Contest Ivonnoth P JHtclielt sari oC Sfr ma Mrs F G Mitchell who is a se nior in llio landscape architectural de partment of Iowa State college Tues day received announcement that Tie lied for firsc plnca with a University oC Illinois entrant In the National Landscape Architectural contest which was just closed and in which students from practically all land grant colleges in the country com peted Three years ago the local boy tools first place in a similar contest and last year ho placed second in anolhei competltlon but tha honor won this year supersedes his previous record as winning entries drew plans an 800acre park involving Intricate problems In landscaping ns ho s familiarly knoivn here is graduate oE the local high school 21 Senators Guests of President Cooiidge WASHINGTON Tan 16 the third time within a week Presi dent Coolldee was host today at n senatorial breakfast party Twentyone members of the senate 10 of them democrats were his guests Those who attended were Bruce ot Maryland Caraway Arkansas Cope land of Hew Tork Dill ot Washing ton Edwards of New Jeisey Glass oC Virginia Hawes ot Missouri Hay den of Arizona Hcflin of Alahnma King of Utah Mayflelrt of Texas Xee ly of West Virginia Overman of Xorth Carolina Reed of Missouri Steck of Iowa Thomas of Oklahoma TydlngM of Maryland Waffner of New YorJr and Walsh of Montana all dem ocrats and Greene of Vermont and Robinson of Indiana republicans TELLS HOW NEWS GATHERERS WORK Regional Executive of A P at Des Moines Talks to Lions Club An Intimate picture of how the Greatest of news agencies with branches spread thruout the operates In the collection and tllsslm Inatlon of news was pictured for the Lions club Wednesday noon by Mllo Thompson of Jjes Moinca regional ex ecutive for thn Associated Press fn Iowa nnd South Dakota Interspersed In his explanation of tho coordination of and cooperation between members of tho organization Mr Thompson drew upon first hand reports by Associated IICFK represen tatives who luLil handled sosno of the KieatCRt news breaks of recent years THiey Brat tho Toritnclo Among1 these the St Francis dam catastrophe In California in which the speaker then in charge of tho A P bureau at San Krancisco iad a part in the transmission the shooting of Obrcgon In Mexico the advent of tho famous hornedtoad In Texas and a sensational newspaper office holdup in Detroit In which A Preporters were actually tmm niltting their story to member papers while the robbery was m progress Ono of remarkable casca cited was of a tornado In Arkansas Kcw Orleans weather reports had con tained tips on tornado conditions to bo anticipated in tho Arkansas sec tion in question and A lives were on hand an hour and a hair before the storm broke Thompson assured Jts hearers ENTERTAIN AT LEVANT Iceland S O S club of nine young women was en tertained Tuesday evening nt the homo of Miss Eunice I Cliarlson PAZO for PILES SooTHB heals coa cjaets piin restores nor malcy For all forms of Piles Moneyback guai antee and full directions in package Tube with pile pipe 75Tin boi 60f At ill drug stores Dr W O Mauch DENTIST Woir Bldg Pliouc S72 Marriages are made in heaven di vorces are made in Mati son Democrat Bring Seney Diamond anytime get in iull purchase price on 3 another one IF YOU HAD A NECK ABtONO AS THIS FELLOW AND HAD SORETHROAT TONS1LINE kcfJallonalSareThioetRemidy SHOULDQUICKLmLIEVEiT ALL DRUGGISTS RELIEVED QUICKLY i Ttui Purely Fill move the bowels without any pain and depressing alter ef fects Sick Headache Indigestion Biliousness Bad Complexion quick ly vanish Children and Adulta con caeily swallow Dr Carters tiny eugar coated pills They ore free from calomel and poisonous drugs All Druggists 25c and 75c red pkgs CARTERS ESSPBLLS WEIGH WHAT YOU DESIRE If yon overweigh the cause may not lie in overrating or undcrexercise It may lie in a fault in nutrition which modem research has discovered And which science now corrects The method is embodied In MartnoU prescription tablets People haveused them for 20 of boxes of them And many of the people yon slender figures new vivacity and urge you to adopt this way The use of Marmola does not require abnormal exercise or diet In every box you will find the formula also the rea sons for results You will know just why yottr weight comes down and why every effect is helpful the facts and do it now Do so by asking your drug gist today for a 1 box of Marmola Stores Everywhere 105 So Federal Phone 673 Thursday Specials JUST POUNDS OF FISH Fresh Herring 3 Ibs 25c Jumbo Dill Pickles 6 for lOc Pure Pork Sausage 2 Lbs for 25c Snow White Veal Chops 23c Lb Fresh Fish and Oysters Fresh White Fish 15c Lb Cream Cottage Cheese 2 for 15c Veal Steaks Best Cuts Bell Shape Leaf Lard No Limit Baby Pig Spare Ribs 13c EAT OUR BABY BEEF AND Youll Always Be Happy BATE HUD Rear the radio program of the Essex Kvery Fritlay To Now Heights of Achievement Fine Roomy and Luxurious Bodies 92 Developed 80 Miles an Miles an Hour Ml design doubleaction 4wheel brakes unaffected by Hydraulic twoway shock riding steeling and control prices are more attractive than ever Count Pu Phaeton S1350 Distinguished NEW BODY TYPES Standard Chassis Rwduer 51H Town JUTS Convertible Coope Landui Sedan SIMIO VictoriatUOO Long Chassis CTnh Sedan UKO Sednn 7PaM UmousinefUM AUprices at factwy Axfxhrd Bqnipmcxil Inclixion 4 hydraulic tw ih tlfxring 1095 and up LAPINER MOTOR CO HUDSONESSEX SALES AND SERVICE Phone 1183 Mason City la 1 Block South of Postoffice   

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