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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 17, 1929, Mason City, Iowa i i FOUR OFLETTERS REVEALED IN FAMILY TIFF CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 signature which was nearly illegible Faulty spelling and grammar In dicated that they haa been written by nearly illiterate person According to Proost and till wife these letters have been the cauas of dissension that has been growing In the family for the last year or so Little by littie the sheriff was able to learn tho whole story of the letter and of the dissension they ha caused Close questioning first of thi mother and daughter and then of the husband and then of tho three of them together revealed the facts of the case At first the mother and daughter sale they believed ths letters were written ny roost himself Later they said they lud no Idea who tha author was Wasnt Satisfied roost said that ho had dons overy ttins to try to make ths sirl satisfied with her home In Meservey but that she would not stay there A new pi ano several new pairs of shoes and new dresses had failed to brine forth a spark ot appreciation from La Vonne Instead of gratitude she had shown him nothing but disrespect and abuse he said As long as I must stay here and put up with him I am going to get everything I can out of him La Vonno told the sheriff in reply to this Her desire she told the sheriff J3 to music Proost said he had re fused her nothing that would help her in a musical education even buy ing her a 00 piano and several other musical instruments Forced to Return Claim LaVcmne said she had gone to Ma eon City to work before Christmas but that her stepfather had finally made her come home Proost aald tha he wanted her to because was too young to home ant run about ths streets of a city He said he had acted in her bpit Interests as any father would She attributed his desire for her to come home to jealousy ofboys with whom she was going out Tuesday night Mrs Proost declared that her husband had threatened her self and the daughter so that they wera afraid to spend the night in the house with him They slept at a neighbors home that night A shot heard outside of the house after the quarrel was thot to have been fired by Proost in an effort to scare them Sheriff Cress has the letters In his possession pending an investigation by postal authorities SUCCESSOR TO BOOTH WILL BE CHOSEN CLAIM CONTINUED PROM PAGE 1 Needed 16 Votes GREATER HOPE IS SHOWN FOR GENERAL FOCH CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 velous constitution has all the same suffered from the unprecedented ef orts he made in the past fourteen years and that it is materially Impos sible to treat him as regularly as the condition of his kidneys requires Needs Constant Attention His numerous absorbing official literally snatch him from the lands of doctors who cannot give him frequent attention which however he cannot do without It was just such rarity of attention en started the sudden ana very violent cardiac crisis which alone con lined the marshal to keep on his never get too old to acquire ox Falls Record on moved because of unftne y t threequarters vote of the council Every member of the council was weeping especially the aged membert who had worked long yeSS with th general Evaneeline Boith broke S 4S siened resolut on nams by the president of the council he Dppea to the aesk signed the document which voted thegeW al Unfit to continue in office Immediately after the ballot was the council and in these matters tho had been by Independent legal advices so as to Insure that their actions were entirely in accord with the deeds of the cons N by the founders anr upon the of which the presen general accepted office MASON CITY GLOBEUAZETTO nTUBSDAY INAUGURAL TALK ASKS STUDY OF COUNTY SYSTEM When we cannot see our way us trust and still obey He who bids us forward go sa statement was issued sayinK that the result was a complete vindication n oomnissioners who calling of the high council TALKIE STAGE LOST IN FIRE Newly Constructed Building of FamousPlayers Cost More Than Million HOLLYWOOD Ca Jan J7 I mass of smouldering ruins remained today the new sound Proof talkie stage of the Paramount famous PiayersLasky studios built at a reported cost of it Tif If last nlght bv a spect ularblaze of undetermined origin e iirjllrea ana a d0 ovarconia by smoke Hammill is the second chief Democrats Organize CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 with educational Institutions ance from state officials thsreh recommended that there be fewer laws enacted and more economy practiced It urged the tak BELGIANS WILL HEAR HOOVER IN MOVER WIRE 3Mfe iere was no alternative tinned the con iZtu vey been subjected to l where their action has been very unfairly criticized and mlarenre sented altho they are old tried n averase of the army rf aflflea that numerous and technical questions had to dealt with before and after Sins res of motion picture folk in Cartel a thrilling fro Blidi a laager by of a door which expanded and latest published picture of iunney shows him playing a harp We could not make out Ti Orrot hs waa Bearing wing City News Brussels Celebration Is 1 Be in Honor of PresidentElect WASHINGTON voice travelln Secondary Road Improvement to keep Deace with the necessity FLASHES OF LIFE Jan 17 thOUSands against two clubs nil f evidence farters is that the celebration The executive recommended that Son a 5 amountlns to about four uh Yes its the HeartLeaves that are kind to yo Throat or local funds All secondary road provementa should Per year i seconary roads I could be accomplished Construction Needed y where fine cigarette tobacco grows every planter knows what keeps the coughs out of the carloads There are three kinds of tobacco that grow on the sanie stalk The groundhaves sand lugs in planta toon language are thin and dry they have little taste or flavor The Weaves Tgummy tips grow rank and weedy they are harsh to your throat But the heartleaves golden cutters are fragrant as a peach blossom and cool as a dipper of spring water OLD GOLD buys the heartleaves Just a few golden beauties from the heart ofeachplantThatshowOLDGoLDs get their honeytike smoothness That s why you Can smoke mornin noon and night It Is easy to be a g0oa executive H ronrt rounds of conferences with republican Party eaders Mr Hoover dSsTo a to devote to has accumulated since ha from Central and SoutS Amer fm with leaders will nHST and carried thrk aturday by which time Mr Hoov2 Pete the S Limit Special Session the matters as appropriations to defrnv xoenses n utiray Electric Floor Polishers For RentOnly a Day wSV JOHNSONS LIQUID WAX Vz gallon 1 gallon JOHNSON PASTE WAX 1 Pound Can 75C 2 Pound CurrieVanNessCo Maintained By Merit 17 11 North Federal stat schools for boys and fn the ena that each person housed H such institutions may become a Give Cfiance law tho 3tato v portion ot the address wns 1 Better Pr of qualllv 0 more ntolllgeHt OOKKCflnino AK 011 Banters of the Sunny South Eat a Chocolate light an Old Gold and enjoy both gummy tonleaves i 13 J Mild and silky HeartLeaves hcd ln sood til best market opportuniities devel Kncourftgemont ot land nnr chased by farmers r The national assistance should be In the form of a tariff revision Dew BIVf and ere on of a farm board OF HOUSE FROCKS Kff9k HEARTLEAF qualify Throughout fn both Domestic and Imported Tobaccos cough in a carload U Gather ft Jan 17 Hammiirs third inauguration as gov ernor of Iowa today brot mcmbert ot assemblv stato officials lcan leaders and national guard officers tosether at tho state house ihe inaugural ceremonies schcdulwl i a Pm tn th9 houso chanlbo n i the administration of the f office to Ifemmlll and to Lieut Gov 7 MoParlane Waterloo and delivery of an address by the cov rnor Tonteht liowevrr affairs stale will be placed aalclo for the inaiiffural 111 Short Sessions Both houses of tho legislature cor voned this morning but only short sessions were expected OrganlMtion Has not been completed and except for tho possible Introduction of bills iho day s order of business was brief At the closo of their Joint Inausur nl session this afternoon the two IIOUSCB havn nsreert to adjourn until next Tuesday morning giving Lieut Gov McFarlane nnd J H Johnson apeaker of tho house opportunity to appoint heir standing committees m Xffa AY Lovely Styles Marvelously Finished Embroidery ripinB Trim Dimity Cuffs anil Collars 98c Bright Ginghams Colorful Prints Sport Fabrics Sizes 1C to 1C Exceptional Values Ciood enouirh i tO llrisllten your housework styles with crlsn d Attractive trim P collara or contmatine smart color Others at and Smart Rayon Dresses of on thcsc 4 Clever Mlors 1 9 8 Phone Orders Fillcil a m to p m
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