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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 23, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                JWL jTji L f TEN MASON CIi CfLOBEGAZETTE WEDNESDAY JAN 23 29 Reduced Round Trip Rates to Des Iowa Tickets on sale dally with fivo rtay return limit Information und Tickets ROCK ISLAND STATION Phone 105 H W Odle C F P A Phone 378 Rock Island Sale at Bristow Jan large at tendanceand favorable weather con didons plus a large assortment of salable articles made the market sale that was held here Saturday a BUC cess Tho sale was sponsored by the Commercial club Plan Emmet Meeting ESTHERVILLE Jan ate plans are belne made here for a mammoth parents and teachers meet ing to be held In Estherville Feb 4 All parents and teachers in the county have been Invited The theme of tho program will be health DANCE DAN RUSSO And His Worid Famous ORIOLE ORCHESTRA Mason City Armory Friday Nite Feb 1st Four years at the Edgewater Beach Hotel Chicago It is one of ten greatest orchestras in America Radiocasting over station WEB1I Both Brunswick and Victor recording orchestra Eleven pieces all university and coKege men Paul Clement Announces the Opening of Another New BATTERY SERVICE STATION Located at 121 North Delaware Avenue In the Courshon Service Building Using the Famous Weidenhoff Constant Potential Charger This is the Charger which gives each Battery individual charging and it doesnt cost any more than the oldstyle system THIS STATION IS AN OFFICIAL U S L Battery Service Station and is equipped to give 7day service on rentals and recharges Open eve nings until 9 P M The celebrated Service A Smile will be available at both places from now on No 9 Second Street southwest the home of Pauls Battery Service and NOW at 121 North Delaware avenue right at the corner of Delaware avenue and 2nd street THESAJVIE KIND OF SERVICE AT BOTH PLACES 14 years of experience servicing of Batteries and the very latest Equipment used Drive right in any time at either place both are Pauls We are GLAD to see you YOURS FOR SERVICE PAUL PHONE 355 PAULS BATTERY SERVICE No 9 Secoml Street Southwest and 121 North Delaware Ave 500 YOUNG MEN DANCE PARTNERS WORK AT RESORT Elderly Women Pay Large Sums Weekly for Youths Services CAITOES France Jan 23 ly 500 slickhalreKj youths have mys teriously appeared on tha Riviera dur ing the last few weeks They are the professional dancing partners coming from England and all parts of the continent to begin their winters task of extracting their living from elderly women who wish to appear kittenish on the dance floor ana young who wish to appear older than their passports Its a hard life but lucrative one Many ot these men earn a month during the season Some of them make as much as a month One man who claims to be an American has on oral contract with an elderly English woman whereby shepays him 510 a hour and guar antees at least seven hours a week This Is the third year the contract has been In force ILast year she only dancefl twice in the five months but the money was regularly It the dancer is in the employ ot a hotel or a restaurant he draws no house salary but s given free bed and board There is usually a house rule regarding the maximum charge for a dance but he soon learns to make the maximum the minimum At one restaurant the dancers expect a dance and the men there some times make 1000 a week apiece But it is doubtful it 50 out of the will have any money at the eriU of the season Host ot thorn are In veterate gamblers and will risk every thing for the one lucky shot which will enable them to retire NORTH IOWA SOLONS Shatters I I i When toe say GumDipping ll J m tm I i J m if V 0 just the same as saying RreaUme GumDipped bjnre held first pbceIB every official tcaftofragged endurance toughness and ufetjr Firestone GamDipped Tires tttad the constant speed of the fastert motor or trips ever nude from cout to cosst Theycmnied the Stodebrter Accidents which L 30000 in miaates race mounUia and desert i smooth GumDipped Tires have shown tlwm adrna the toagheat strongest rugged and safest tires YOU can pot tm your car m Announcinj The addition of battery service operated by Pauls Battery Serv ice in the Courshon Service Building at 121 North Delaware Courshon Service HAVE YOU STARTED IT The GlobeGazette Is receiving reports of an uncommonly cordial reception for Its new serial PASSED UP in Us opening in stallments Tlie story is Just getting under way If you have not already started it you will wish to turn to the feature page this moment and start tho treat A synopsis will tell you what has happened up to this point in the yarn Turn to Page 14 NEW MEXICAN JOINTS CLOSED S NELSON OF YlANCOCK In the corrfmitteo personnel an ouncements mada Tuesday C H Nel m of Hancock was listed as chair an of the house of representatives roup that will have oversight of the ates printing Mr Nelson a farm r is serving his second term at Des oines and has been active in behalf f much legislation In addition to be ig chairman of the printing commlt ie this session of the legislature he ill serve on a number of other 1m ortant committees Wholesale Raids by U Officers End Rule of Gambling Houses XAS VEGAS X M Jan 23 This city which has been reluctant to hake oft the customs of an older hey ay when It wasone of the pictur esque and rough cowtowna of the old west was padlocked tight last night n a peaceful drive lor law enforce ment Twelve grambljng houses in the old town and seven In East Las Vcsa turned in their keys to the raiders o Dist Atty Tom Truder nnd Sherlf Lorenzo Delgado yesterday whll thruout San Mfguel Mora and Gua dalupe counties deputies from the dls trlct attorneys office were busy clos ing things up Ifo arrests were made and no charges preferred tlie drive being re garded on both sides os a warning to proprietors that they were expected tb stay within the law Gambling houses have operated more or less openly hero for many years SEEKlNDTF DEATH VERDICTS Chicago Psychiatrists in Plea for Changes in Court Procedure CHICAGO Jan 23 aboli tion of capital punishment was rec ommended in a report submitted to day to the Illinois association for cri minal Justice by a committee ot Chi cago psychiatrists composed ot Herman Adler Dr Ludvig Hektoe and Dr H Douglas Singer author of the report The advantages to bo gained bj expediting trials and eliminating most of tho delays duo to contest over sanlty might be sufficient to turn tho balance in favor ot foregoing the smal number of executions actually carried out Dr Singer said The report called the present use of psychiatry in Illinois criminal courts unsatisfactory Inadequate and copt ly and said that tho following prac tices should he corrected 1 The chance method ot raising th question of insanity 2 The method of selecting experts In psychiatry 3 The method of determining th qualifications of experts The lack of adequate provision fo the criminally Insane was also charge by Dr Singer A special Institution of a typo slm tlar to the disciplinary barracks of th United States army Is needed the rr port saia to care for people foun guilty of crime who present nnoma 1es of behavior of the typo descrlbp as psychopathic personality or psycl optithlc constitution WOMAN REFUGEE GIVES START OF AFGHAN TROUBLE King Trampled Turban in Mud German Refugee Claims BERLIN Jan 23 reason or the dethronement of Amanullah as ing Afghanistan Is given by German woman refugee as the Tdn olzure of a turban from a Moslem ml his trampling It In the mud A Berlin newspaper quotes Mrs Ictzel wife ot a German manager of a match factory near the royal resl lence in Kabul from which place she ras evacuated by a British airplane is saylnu that Amanullah personal y enforced his reforms in dress Snatched Turban She toltl this incident Amanullah once met an Afghan workman was wearing theEur opean clothes decreed by Amanullah except that on his heart was a tur an Tho oriental headdress angered Anianullah and he snatched it from tho workmans head threw it Into the mud stamped upon it I To have anyone even a king anatoh a turban from his head 13 a great In sult to a Moslem and Mrs Hetzel said this Incident aroused much 111 eoling against Amanullah The refugee also gave what she said was an Instance of the dethroned tings treachery Amanullah received a letter when he was still kins from the rebel lead er Bacha Sakao now ruling as Hah bullah Khan promising to enter the kings servica It his banditry was for given Amanullah agreed Reveals Kings Treachery Bacha Sakao determined to put the DIET OF JAPANESE SEEKING RESULT OF INVESTIGATION Premier Asked to Explain Bombing of Chang Tso Lins Train TOKro Jan 23 plers by Premier Tanaka to opposition lead ers not to mention subject the ghost of Chang Tsolin once ruler of northern China stalked thru the Jap anese diet this afternoon Hyutaro Nagai a member ot the mlnselto opposition party led off the questioner by asking the premier why the government had not cleared up tlis mjstery of Changs death whlcli reflected unfavorably toward Japan Abroad there are rumors concern ing the bombing of Chang Tsolln which should be allayed said Nagai Tim government claims the matter Is under investigation but the investi gatjon should have finished long ago Baron Tanakas reply was blunt he said the government was still Investi gating Marshal Chang died from Injuries received when the special train in which ho fled from Peking to Mukden last June was blown up In Hanchurta It had been understood that the gov ernment woold be assailed by the op position for failure to clear up the mystery on Changs death it being claimed that as long as the facts are not known a cloud rests on Japans in ternational reputation Cornelia Ckinner to Appear IOWA CITY Jan Qtts Skinner daughter of tha actor Ostls Skinner will cive a series of her impersonations at the University of Iowa April 3 according to arrange ments completed with the senate board on university lectures George Hibteirt Former Eagle Grove Man Dead EAGLE GROVE Jan Hlbbert 77 former resident ot this city for many years died at Chero kee Monday and the body has been brot hero for burial He was for many years proprietor of the Grove hotel in Eagle Grove coming to Iowa from Niagara Falls Can about 40 years ago He leaves a widow and two daughters Mrs Steve Kirkham and Mrs Charles ICnobles also one broth er Harry all of Eagle Grove Former EnRle Grove Ufan III EAGLE GROVE Jan Daniels a former resident of the city was hers for a few days ana was tak en to Iowa City on Monday for treat ment of a cancerous affection of the face Severalyears ago lie was ar rested on a serious charge and on trial was sentenced to Fort Madison prison for 20 years On account of his disability ho was discharged from that Institution several weeks ago Have You Seen the New Marcy Lee Frocks One thing wrong with our homes Is too many couples think a pair beats a full Herald COLDS WWTEfftX DONT WEAR OFF Dont wear younelf oat trylnjr to wear off a cold By medicated In halation No 2 is tha new safe way to heal head and cheat colds Itgivea almost unbclfeTRbla re Contains 14 injtre all No 2 Ointment Theyre buying them in threes and summerylooking frocks that may so suitably be worn about the house right now In their splen did materials and at tractive styles they of fer such gond values that many are being pur chased for summer use The model illustrated is number 721 of small patterned char meuse The V neck fast ens with small loops and pearl buttons Two pleats in the skirt form a pan el giving long straight lines Marcy Lee Frocks are priced at and formerly Killians Inc InComfbrt With this No Matter how hard you worlc or play the Altron Truss with the famous sponge rubber pad will stay In position and Insure perfect retentionof the rupture We sell Akron Trusses exclusively X perfect fit is guaranteed as we employ a Trainefl Truss Fitter all equipped with a modern private fitting i room Tou are assured here of proper and attention as long as neoBjssrr Use this Expert Fitting Service and safe No charge for consultation or ami nation 4RUSS Michael Drug Co 5 South Federal Mason City kings forgiveness to a test and dis guising his voice telephoned Amanl lah He represented himself to be a provincial governor and nskcd the king what to do with Bacha whom he said had reported to him Deceived Amanullah gave Instruc ons to remove or blind Bacha Gacha was enraged and revealed his lontity by saying I will come to vabul tomorrow and blind you The ext day he launched his attack on he capital PLYMOUTH PRODUCTION MAY FALL OFF CLAIM Farmers Must Be Given Even Break Says Manufacturer CHICAGO Jan 23 American farmers are given an evrn break with manufacturers factories will be working on short time md ovorproductlon will bo the order of a new day Peter A AValler president f the Boss Manufacturing company ot Kewance III told tha Illinois Manufacturers Costs association here Tho farmer Is in distress because farming Is Individual worlc and can not bo turned Into mass production ike manufacturing ho said A farmer cannot produce much more on the farm today than he could 23 yeais ago On the otlnfr hand Waller said tho clrlCt to tlie cities has created an un balance between agriculture and man ufacturing We are already producing more goods In the vnrlous lines ot industry than the country canabsorb because of the reduced purchasing power of tho farmer and the overcrowding In Industry competition is getting keener and manufacturers and merchants are finding it difficult to make a profit Unless there Is a change manufacturo andproduction must be curtailed or new fields developed for export Values tiircntcr than Ever PHONE 636 DRIVE IN SERVICE The barber nays about the time they are able to buy a 51000 lininp room they feel fhinh enouKfi to take their meals Tribune THAT OLD FAVORITE KELLYS ORCHESTRA Will Play for tlie AMERICAN LEGIONS OLDTIME DANCE AT THK ARMORY Saturday Night Jan 26 Admission Always 5 Plymouth Prices Effective 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with modern style and luxury See the Plymouth Compare it try to equal it among cars selling under and inevitably you will rank it first and foremost in every ele ment that determines true motorcar value 314 Stoner Motor Sales 2224 2nd St S E Chrysler Sales and Service Phone 992   

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