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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 4, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                UlUiiT Your Sore MASON CiTY MONDAY FEB 4 192U with Eianfying bene 8m TmuOine quickly relieves and nr Dr W 0 Mauch DENTIST Ucir Bids Iliono 873 Cunning Companies Unite BLUK KAItTlI Minn Kcb The Blqo Canning company has milled with tlio Minnesota Valley Can nine company ot Lu Seucr Minn the president of Uto company ia iS U Cosgrovo lcSucur is also presi dent of llic National Canners1 associ ation SnowMobilo at Ituilil niJDU b I l Oivlson U I D earner on roulo number received hia snowniobtlo tno latlo lnit of the anij hns It MUiLIic to his car ready fqr use oji his mai route You Cant Hide a poor complexion Cosmetics wont cover up pimples and blackheads but the daily use of Rcsi nol Soap helps to prevent them Tho creamy lather with its clean tonic odor rids the pores of clogging impurities and imparts to the shin a healthy eow and velvety soft ness Aialt druggists Resinol Soap For 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BREAD 15c LOAF GLANV1LLE BROS Phone 835 We Deliver IT1EAT Store Everywhere IPS So Phone 673 VEAL HEARTS ib IQc STEAK 25c LEAN PORK Cflops20c Debate on Prohibition Shows Educational Drive Is Great Need of Today McNaught and Hammond AntiSaloon League Team in Debate Here Say That Cooperation Is Needed To Give Mock Murder Trial forces of tlio rkcp against which we are to battle AVo cannot pass by the responsibilities of life In a light man ner Tlio responslbilitici that fall up on tho shoulders oE a husband and father are such as to cause him lo face reality and thus appeals to him to be serious Row seriousness leads on to bo sin cere we are serious shall then break thru llio crust oE sham and the bold front we may put forward and come faco to face with reality And in so doing we worship Worship ts do DESIGNED to influence and allow tho need ot keeping prohibition the fnej as tlio time when a man dcllber United Slates S I MeNauglit atiiierlntendent ot tho Iowa AntiSaloon I aloly SQelts lo make tlio best possible league uiitl George Y Hammond DCS Molncs attorney met at tho church of I adjustment to that which Is to him Christ Sunday afternoon in a debate ution prohibition Arranged as a oneact drama the debate took placo in an assumed coun ty attorneys office Jlr MeNauglit tiding aa the eounty attorney Tlie fictitious and county dripped with blind pigs1 and tho attorney be lieved hlmsolr helpless refusing to close any place because of tlio rapid ity with wliich it would open some whereelse in Iho samo town IkUuto Starts Angered and believing tliat tho law liould IIR enforced Mr Hammond calls upon tho county attorney to see that the town is rid of saloons Thritout the course ot their argu ment the attorney resigned to the situation Mr Hammond argued In avor of prohibition suying It had not netuascd crime but crime news that alcohol Is not needed as a medicine that doctors are merely making bootlegscra out of themselves by pre scribing it to their patients Mi MciNiught arguing in favor ot wliat he thot tho people wanted re peal of the prohibition law asked Mr Hammond why tho county should not vole for light wines and beer as a solution to tho prohibition Question only to he told it was no solution that Maine and Massachusetts had already tried it and found tlio plan Jacking Co0iiertitton Needed iVfter harsh words the two men ieed lltat butli tlio officials and the citizens are to bliime for tlio infirmi ties of the present prohibition plan They agreed tliat one of Itio best things to do would bo to spread an educational campaign in tile schools caching o the effects of alcohol upon ho human system They also agreed hat ministers should discuss prohibi tion in their churches that citizens should be not KO disinterested In the of prohibition that offi cials moro thoroly enforce tho law and that both the citizen and the otrl cial work together Tor the solution of the prohibition question Upon termination oC the debate Miss Alice J Boyer general secretary of the Iowa AntiSaloon league made a plea for funds to enable the league to carry out an educational campaign against violation of the liquor laws following which Mr Hammond read hvo poems written by himself j Sunday Senices The morning program at the Church ot Christ A C stowe pastor con sisted oC organ numbers Entreaty1 MUIIUER TRIAL MONDAY NIGHT Reproduction of an actual mur der trial under tho title of Who Killed Wright is to bo presented at tho 1Irst M E church here Monday evening by tho members of the AntiSaloon league and 21 Mason CItyans as tho climax of a twoday prohibition law enforce ment institute Designed to bring out tho prohi bition law enforcement situation tlio trial11 will bo conducted In a model courtroom G K Davios plays the part the defendant who ia alleged to have killed his best friend during a drunken spree over a bottlo ot alcohol Mr Sic Naught is to act as prosecuting at torney and Mr Hammond will act as the counsel for the defense Roe Thompson is the bootlegger Tho mock trial lias attracted at tention in all ot the larger cities In lona in surrounding states where it has been presented The production was prepared by GeorgeHammond 33es Molnes at torney and procon team member tho matter oE greatest concern God Is the matter of greatest concern Ami in worship wo do two things wo find out what is wrong and then seek to es tablish that personal or family atti tude thru which we may receive from sources outside oui elves those influ ences which will correct the wrong within us Thus we are in a reccplivo mood a condition that is essential if worship is to bo helpful to us But tho most Important part of worship is that oC seclusion Family worship shuts llio familly off by itself from all other stimuli of tho And it 15 the only time during tho day or the week that tho family may be proserit as a unit This period of fam ily devotions may be the only pcrioit during tho day or tho week when the family together and tho commin in terests of tlio homo arc laid before the throne of God Thercs is no substitute for the family n I tar Would you cleanse the home of evil Influences Would you drive away those forces which seek to destroy family unity Jesus surely was rieht when he said This kind can come out by nothing save prayer ins to bo held in the church Wednes day evening at which time a speak ing map will be shown BOEYE SPEAKS ON CHURCH PROBLEMS The Church which is His body the fullness of Him that flllelli all In all was tho text of Iho sermon at First Methodist church Sunday morning J U Roeyc pastor spoko on the theme Tho Challenging Church This Is the concluding sermon oC the series ot three on tho origin of Uici churelv At every turn the church has prob1 loins said the speakerIt must teach I GANG MEMBER FELLED BY GUN OF CHICAGO COP rt I n Q OF JOc iJa Beer Running Mob Laid Low politicians honesty the educators the CHICAGO Feb 4 Bullets con value of the sini as well as tlio mind tinuo to cul down tllo mcmuershlp oE It has many tasks too numerous to mention But among the many mob Kddie Piech got three bullets in the thcro avo three major problems The Chc3t ycstcUlly wheu ho found police first is that oC war and peace when nauff or Mm ln his upartmcnt man Is willing to beat swords Into Iast Thursday It was Steve Bull ploughshares Tho church must give j cliM managerIn such moral gunranlee shall introduce ilo buslncas oC which police say and stabilize such moral motive buck is tho head of everypcaco effort that each step Kuczyski was shot dead in a south gainer toward permanent peace wili bo held The second is the industrial problem Some time ngo some girl textile apartment the victim woikeiw of Tawrenee Masa went oh a strike When they paraded tho streets bearingtheir banners on one was Inscribed two significant words Bieaa and Roses1 Are the folks that wo sometimes call common entitled to both bread and roses all admit that they need bread but should they not bo paid enoueh to also have cul es tliat have developed in the Saltis ranks since the lender began serving a jail sentencefor carrying concealed weapons Tried toEscape The shooting of Piech by Police PICKETT SPEAKS ON COURTSHIP to report to you The law could b3 It is In courtship and not in inar by Salome Hymn t and an dnthem by Celeste by Frlml the chorus choir tho direction ot Avis jStott Zumwalt I Need Jesus The morn ingsermon delivered by the pastor Jesus and 1 In tlio evening the pulpit was oc cupied by Attorney Jaiviigan TJes Molnes who gave an address on the vork of the AntiSaloon league Musical numliers by tlie cliolr and organist as well as a violin solo by Miss Esther Church contributed to the rive oclock service tion the boys and girls in school In ons school wet propaganda had been pasted into the text book white n another it was a part of the text Tho wets say that there is more drink ngp in tho high schools than there was In the days or the saloon This Is not true In my work I come in cori act with many of them who have taken a stand for prohibition Will you not take your place beside theso young people In helping them fight tho r SAYS VISION IS NEEDED IN CHURCH The great figures In tlio develop ment of the Christian church liavo iill obeyed a heavenly vision the Rev O Sohobn declared at the rnorn s of tho Central Lutheran church Sunday It was ty following a heavenly vi sion that Paul was able to eeo above the narrow conceptions of some of the early church loaders and preach the gospel to all races It was by follow ns a heavenly vision that Luther threw off the fetters ot the past and propounded the doctrine that the just shall live by faith These and others wero mentioned by the minister as out standingexamples of persons who had a vision above that of his fellow men We must get away from thema terial thlncrs in this life the pastor declared It Is tlio influence of tlic things oC life that are keeping nien and women from God Our strength is not in our armies but in the hosts of God The only way the world Is going to come to Christ is inore easily and fully enforced if we j rlaso hat so many matrimonial mis reported Iho violations oC which we I takes arc made said the liev lewc knew Tn a number ot places this has j K TMckclt in his sermon Sundny ucen done with good results lyct ua night In the First Bnpiiul church not blamo others too much if are lie pastor was preaching tho first of not willing to doour part in law en 1 series or four sermons on malri forcement The wets are trying to nnj mony his subject last niKht being dermino prohibition with tliehwet When Youth a Courting Goes Tho propaganda They say that if the problem of marriage as it Is viewed eighteenth amendment were repealed today Is ns old as creation bnt it can men would be moro sober Toil might I ho solved if we will deal rightly with Just as well say that If the against tho matter1 of courtship he contend burglary were repealed men would bo more honest They will Tiot be able to fool the cd Themodern courtship Is like n Same or blindmans buff with the ex ception that in many instances both people so much who lived in the days I arc blinded To these folks of the saloon So they are trying to marriage becomes a lottery with an bring their propaganda to tho atteii evcn at least of failure ami cupid has no chance of success under thecircumstance There Is a great amount of real deception practiced In modern courtship too Youth Is pot true to itself here They assume airs not their own They often appear in borrowed raiment They make a pre tense of more wealth than they pos sess they try to appear netually bet ter than they really arc youth a courtln goes they both transcend earthly fact and dwell In a realm of unreal fancy appearing to each other Tho Junior league met at The 1 betnft Booaneasina Senior Jague nct at 7 with C E t le sh principle of holy lovo when m fact they are just human and as full of human weaknesses as any one elsein the world Such youth woo by impulse and not by judgement they are mar vietl then the blinds arc iemovcd and finding themselves again in the realm of reality they are ilfelppoinled but i decide to bear it but too many do not jbcar it long The reason isthat their courtship was false and evil was bound to follow Baker as the leader The evening wor ship began at The Rev Pfaltz gavo a talk to the children The subject of the evening message woe Saul of TarsusThis was the last in the series on Slnnejs Whom Jesus Met Tho piatoitold oC the early training nnd advantages which the Apostle Paul had Ha told of the slits j and the conversion of this disciple Tie stated that as far as we knew Paul never was a backslider Inclosing he caJled attention to tho great place the I Srvicc3 tn ipostle held as a preacher missionary and an Inspired writer oC the Bible And that he was richly blessed be cause ot hla faithfulness HAMMOND PRESENTS ISSUES AT TRINITY The moining communion service at were well attended In tho morning service Die pastor preached from the communion meditation Third JvToto In Jesus Call to Prayer and Holy Communion ivls eprved The clioir sang O God In Ages Past with Mrs Roger Kiik as solo ist The pastor announced the orgun oC a grown ot boys Into a Pio neer club to function thru the local Y M C A and tlio proposed Father ami Son banquet to be held the eve the Trinity Lutheran church was well ninpr of February If in the church so attended At the opening of the eer vico Cieorga Hammond tiHe and comfort Shall ones Income he determined by bis needs or by his ability to acquire quizzee the pas tor These are some ot tho problems ot which nslo to bo solved The racial relations ia tho third major problem that the church Is wrestlingwith at present Of tlio pos pUiIhty that the aversion to other races is biological nlc sppuler was nn cctliiin but said lie of this I am Hiiro that tlio Brace which nas in Ohret us lie biotherhoucl ot men can como lo the human bcaVt and make us liko Him To discovei tliat every race has a distinct contribu smashing tho pane with his fiat Be fore lie could jump Casey fired three Sergeant Thomas Casey occurred when Piech tried to escaie He com plained ot feclinjj ill and asked Ser seant Casey to set him a drink ot wa ter AS tha officer stepped Into tho kitchen Piech leaped for tho window times blood oozing Crom Ills wounds Picch propped himself against tlie wall Ghnme a pass let mo lie said lo Casey Its worth flOO to you Xothlng the officer ans wered lnive hundred then1 said Plecli Aw cut It out Casey said All rislil shoot me shouted tion to mako totht IcnintioTial well help us sum total oC in e will greatly MACL DISCUSSES LIFE OF APOSTLE The IJev O Ma OC St James Lu theran church spolve on the life of the Apostle Paul using as his text 2 Corir II 18 to 12 3 Ilo said The apostle had to endure nany tribulations his life was also illed with trouble ami worry but he lid not despair In spite of his many tribulations his many hardships he vas happy and blessed He became I strong in his weakness because he re cclvcd strength from God Ho gloried n his infirmities that the power ot Uirlst might rest upon him A duet entitled IfTour Heart Is j was Eune by Winifred Dvehcr id Eleanor Sctittildt The Warlburg Luther league met in tho evening Etsin Buehler was leader for tho topic Our Homo Mis Work The new presldont Pciil Kofir presided and SJyran Weber took llio chair as secretary Marieta Broers itiid Tobsing wero appoiutet captains for the Come Every Sleet Ing learns The following commit tees wero appointed Program Blalo Ivuusman Kdna Hchwinkel and Plor enco Rohr membership Marie Bueh lor Anna Stephan and Pearl Broers At the next mooting Alvin Jorgensen uid Anna Stephan will bo leaders and Hilde and Buehler as sistants evening at S oclock the league will meet iirtho church parlors at which members will receive their programs Keen lurching toward the window M tho to jump the 20 feet to the ground Wanted for Robbery Tho officer fired again and Pleeh wanted in connection with the Savoy ballroom the Granada cafe and oth er recent robberies fell with another bullet wound Ills condition today waa said to be critical IIeut William Cusack Identified Picch as a member of the mob Since Salts went to Jail said Iho Bang has become disorgan ised many members of tho mob turning from beer running to other crimes Teacher and 17 Year Old Boy Home Charge of Kidnaping Dropped ELLAVIULE Ga Feb 4 M M Wollons 35 year old school teacher and Edwin chapman her 17 year old pupil wero reconciled with their families today while the Jtldnap Ing charge entered against the wom an when she disappeared with the boy two weeks ago has been dropped Tho lads desire lo get back to his mother brot him home after a trip to Toledo and back to Amerteus Ga with Mn Wellona Mrs Wcllons was at the home ot her mother Her husband Is with her A charge ot kidnaping against the woman has been withdrawn In sending awoman to prison for lite for selllns liquor Michigan could have obtained still publicity by 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Bladder Weak1 ness Sleepless Nights burningor itching sensation Backache Leg or Groin Pains xvhy not try the Cystcx W R Cothern D Rectal and Chronic Diseases rw diseases nf men itnU women Ahrams and other electric given htcluillnc Diathermy which will cure any case of nrtcomfli rheumatism Special Attention given to proper diet in cases treated I liavo moTci my office to E STATE ST OVER LUNDBERGS Eleven Ih Year in Mason City Phone 1546 Hour Test Tho Worlds largest diuir stores liivo recommended and guaranteed a million with re markable Iosults No forming drugs Kredtents in package narcotics or saro in Ask any store for Cyslcx Make a 4S Hour Test to quicljly allo viate pains enable you to sleep well feel like new and full ot pep Only liOc if completely satisfactory other wise your money back immediately on the Towa AntiSaloon presented the issues in the effort put forth to uphold the constitution and to enforce the latvs against the liquor traffic Tie said that efforts oC tho enemies of eighteenth amendment today did net center about repeal of tho nmondment hut upon the real of all laws for Us enforcement Tho sermon by the pastor prescnlCl tho importance of hearing the of God in youth in order that Ue j blessings of the Christian life ho the source oC happincsu thru out EVANGELICAL CHURCH HEARS MISS BOYER for each one to see the gleam The Rev Mr Soholm announced entlra life that the reception of now members Mrs Wigdahl and Mrs Russell will take place next Sunday Thompson Tn Heaven Above At the close oE the service the nastor I HCsented a copy ot the new Indexed Bible to Mr and MnitJ I Wlk from the parents and teachers oE the Sun day school In appreciation of the work of Mr TVik aa superintendent of the Sunday school The Junior league pre sented a program In which tho follow ing took part Oliva Feist Adcte Korso Orfet IveCi Esther Jensen Myrtle lletland A M Foist extended an Invitation o the congregation and friends to at tend tho annual oyster supper Wed nesday evening under the auspices of i the brotherhood Toyman Osam gave a talk on Ihr nineteenth anniversary ot the found ing of the Boy Scout work and toM of tho activities In scouting planned for the coining anniversary week The attendance it Die iiuhool and services at Our Saviors churh was Inrge Mrs Schccfs clasti had QG per cent attendance record at tho Sun Ony school of GnxcB KvangaMcal church This thorn lie banner At 11 oclock Mlnrf AHco T Boyer of trio Toiva AntiSaloon Icagruc gavo an address Her mpssnsro In part Tlp Antt Saloon league Is an nKinixatlon of tlio rlimohrs Ro T am Iipro In n silent sufferers EMB ARRASSMENTand n dis appear First simple appli at ioo givcsrcsults in ill forms ofPilcs Moneyback guarantee md full directions in package Tobe with pile made of the kuarterly business meet COAL on TRACK This week we will have another car of Clinton 6x3 Furnace Lump Coal on track Cash delivered price from the car per ton Cerro Gordo Farmers Co Phone 270 500 3rd N E DICING US YOUR 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