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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 7, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES EVENTS I Feb basketball game at high school gymnasium begin ning at 7 oclock Mason City high school vs Algona ana local Junior college vs AVatburg Normal ot averlyl Feb adoption by county board ot education Feb Association ot Machinists fourth annual Valentine ball at armory Feb elub will present Jean Gros marionettes In high school auflltorlum for matinee and evening performances THURSDAY FEB 71929 Second Section CITY TO GET NEW BEVERAGE PLANT City News In Brief f Talk with Pratt 6 1st mortgage and ur Phone 961 For coal Kchm at 5GG Osteopathy Dr DeSar6 fltRA Bldg Bxpert jewelry en graving Llvergooa Bros Miss Pcdclty is assisting willi the clerical work In the office of the county treasurer for a few weeks Guarantee watcn service at Livergood Bros II M Kmulson wlio left Weilneg morning for Minneapolis on busi ness is expected to return Friday Silver Crecli Lump 5850 Indepen dent Grain Fuel Co Mrs J McGuire reiurneiT Thurs day to her home at Sanbord after vis Stiiifr Mrs Thelina Mnlioy and Mrs M J Sclntltz First street north PLAN ENLARGING OF PALAIS ROYAL STORE BUILDING Contractors to Get Plans Soon for Addition to Business Structure Plans ana specifications for a sub stantial addition to the Palais Royal building on the corner of North Fed eral avenue and First street have been prepared by the architects and will bo presented to contractors lor bids in tho near future it was announced Thursday by Hantord MacNider The addition will bo two stories In height ana will cover the area from the rear of the present store build ing to the alley a distance of about 75 feet Tho store is 22 feet in width The structure willbo of brick and con crete In addition to this there will take place a general remodeling the j building and tho erection of a new I front on the store The second floor of I tho building will be used for offices The Palais Royal store is to con tinue in tho building and will use the additional space on the first floor to enlarge its establishment Tho plan is not only to enlargethe building but to add to its general ap pearance and to that of tlie business street Dance lielmoml Opera House every Saturday night Music by Art Shook and liis seven piece orchestra ot Ma ton city Mr unil Mrs Carl AVsiBiicr 35 Ninth strtl northwest are the parents oC a baby bov 10111 Wednesday lit he Mur iy hdsrilil Set your SlliO earning fi per cent A SIM 1st Mortgage Bund ready Slason City Loan Investment Co Mrami Mrs liiilijrt K lloylc SUI Xurtli Plains avenue ro at Miami Fhu Tentheir winter vacation Titry txpuct lo be yonc until spring j ear of Kiiilurky Iacl Lump Coal on truck SSOO Delivered Ph 563 The GiblsCUok Tractor and ISS Mto fjawlsens Musou Cityjmcnt company recently established LutCavish Mason City here was awarded the contract fot TRACTOR FIRM GIVEN CONTRACT Mason City Concern to Sell Two Road Maintainers to Highway Commission C it byM C City j h n t two motor equipped road maintalners Thursday by the state highway com mission The local firm placed a bid in competition with more than a dozen other dealers in this section ot the t ante I Tho maiutiiincrs will bedriven hv C Northwestern Cement Plant Being Repaired Lehigh Is Still Open Repairs upon the plant ana equip ment are now underway at tho North western Statea Portland Cement com pany preparatory to the spring opening Present indications point to ward resumption of the work about April 1 tt was stated by company of ficials Operation of the Lehlgh Portland Cement plant Is expected to continue until March 1 according to Oscar E Davis superintendent TAX EXEMPTION PLAN EXPLAINED Amount Proportion for Sta tus in Year Taxpayer Is Married INCOMK TAX IN A NUTSHEIA WHO Single persons who bad net income of or rnore or sross income of or more and married couples who had net in come of ii00 or more or gross in come of or more must file returns WHEN The riling period ends March 15 1829 W1IUK1S Collector of internal revenue for the district in which tho person lives or has his prin cipal place of business HOW Instructions on Forms 10IOA and 1040 WHAT One and onehalf per cent normal tax on the first in excess oC the personalexemp tion and credits Three per cent normal lax on tho next 51000 per cent normal lax on tho of tlio income Surtax on net ih conio in excess oC in Ills oiLlce In the M A building One hit of liafs values up to close out 1Yiday and Saturday at 51 Mason City Fur Shoppe Arthur rrilni Icltrr furrier in lii ns a rest cure at n sanatorium at j ied w Kchm Coal Feed GO PI 5CG will be operated living together on December 31 1928 i hi nr m if i lnclcnsol n Jsl1 joint return ami claim an A class m Ilie study of ISihlo cncll ways and the expanding of the state exemption ot that is 712 No f Many persons married during the taxable year fail correctly to compute tho amount of their personal exemp tion The revenue act ot 1321 provides that if the status oE the taxpayer changes during the year his personal exemption shall be determined by erven iv exempton shall be determined by ai Caterpillar tractors and will be used j porlioimient in accordance with the for maintaining highways jn North number of months the taxpayer was Iowa altho as yet tho local firm has j sinslo and mnrricrt For example A Ings has been formed at Our Saviors Lutheran church by the ISev O L N Wfgdaht the first meeting bcirg held Wednesday evening M C Loan Investment Co for 1st ronrt building motor driven main miners aixi other roarl btiildini machines are being used more and inoro and the addition of theso two aitges Insured Bonds Gilt Edge Invs only modern machines in Korth Iowa is part of an assignment which J II Schuiitz piano tuner Ph 212 JJ ovcr the entire state it was Members of the Lutheran Hrother stated hood tha Trinity Lutheran church enjoyed an oyster stew Wednesday evening at tho church parlors l R A Junior Lodge organized lo nigllt Thursday ill K C Hall Pro and refreshments Deputy Returns Alleged Forger to Albert Lea Ricliiinl Chris ten son oltegofi forg er was here by Sheriff G K Creas at a request from the sheriffs oTficG at Loa Christenson returned to Albert Loa nftcr Rny WJITarrt deputy from Freeborn coun ty cime to Mason City after liioi AVcdncaday Mrs Rebeca W Happe Dies Funeral Friday Mrs Tiebscca Wertlienbnch Happo rtiod at the Iionid of her son Carl Wertlienbach 111G Third street souCh at Thursday morning1 Short funrral services wiH be holrl s the Kandalf funeral home at day afternoon in chnrgc of the Rev V PfnUzgrarc pastor of Graco 13v leal clnncli after which the body will be taken to Dodpo Center Minn for funeral services and burial 100 CHILDREN TAKING EXAMS Shown Movies by Sheriff Many Make Inspection Tour of Jail Approximately 100 boys and girls from all parts of the county gathered it tho courthouse assembly room it u Thursday for1 tjie midyear eighth termlnes this credit If during the year of 51500 for the husband or J475 plus 712 for the wife while single plus ii12 ot or 5143333 for the period during which they were married If hushand and wife make separate returns each may claim a personal ex emption of 5160117 The husband Is entitled to 712 or for the period during which he was single and i of 512 of 53500 or for the period during which he was mar ried The wife is entitled to a similar exemption Similar provision is made with respect to the head of a family A person who on July 31 393S ceased being the head of n sup port in one household ot a relatives or relatives beinff cn titled to nn exemption of which is 712 of fSnOO plns 512 of 5isno With respect to the 400 credit for a dependent the taxpayers status as ot the last day of tho taxable year dc FORBES ATTACKS STREET LOAFERS IN COURT TALK Says Women Who Attend Shows at Night Must Run Gauntlet of Eyes Judgrd Lowell Forbes bitterly assailed loafers whose principal occupation ia to stand on street corners and oglo nt women and girls who may pass on their way to theaters in a talk to Willis ioutlier who appeared in police court Thursday morning on a charge oC disorderly conduct Ijouther was arrested Tuesday night by Officer Richard Pierce on South Federal avenue after he had been or dered several times to move on His caso wag continued until Thursday morning Ho was finally released after Judge Forbes had promised him a Jail sentence it ha was caught loafing again The judge declared that he was goingto clear the streets of untleslr loafers evenings if lie bad to en lorco the city loafing ordinance to the letter Ilia talk to was directed at all men some of thorn youngand some not so young who niako nuis ances ot themselves on the streets at niglit Ho snld that It Is nearly im possible for a man to go to tho theater it night with his wlfo without having to ran lie gauntlet of men who make themselves obnoxious by their re marks and glances Tony Viratcllo and Tons ITurlado 10 and 11 LehlKh row were brot into rourt Friday morning after a night spent In making whoopee with a gallon of hrud cider When Judge Forbes called Tony to step forward to receive his sentence two men stepped lo tlic bench Rather than try to differentiate between thorn ho sen lenced the Tonys anil costs o 5 days in jail AT THE HOSPITALS D S Thompson BlueEarth Jllnn underwent a minor operation at the llercy hospital Thursday Alliert Abole Garner was admitted to tho Mercy hospital Thursday George Thompson Northwood un derwent a major operotion at the Merry hospital Thursday PIANO TUNER AND REPAIRER Have Voitr Pi ano Take n Care of by a Competent Tuner of Years Ex perience 1 II Member of Natl Assn of Piann Tuners 1123 Second Street S W rimno 2425J or 2310L his support of such dependent ceased he is not entitled to this credit A woman may have a face like an open book but a man always finds It difficult o rearl between Hie CinrimKlli TtmrsStnr reading spelling physiology phy music grammar history ami civics At noon the youngsters were enter tained wilK moving pictures by Sher iff G E Cresi who nlso tonk a num ber of the children on an inspection tour thru the county Jail For Rent 202 ndi St N K 7 room all modern hnufle close to sclionl i duplex SinOO 830 So Jersey 10 room modern ImiiSD SS500 fij I So JcfF 5 room modern lioiisn 201 1th St S S room uiii ern limiso S2SOO CALL KUANCIS IDCK Kresge HIilR Ihone 131 examinations xvhich are given by tho county superintendent lira Pearl Tannar The attendance was considerably Mussolini must shudder each morn larger than expected by tho sunerinInS when ho faces tho menial task oC tendont who thot eather and highslaving most of the cabinet member way conditions would cut down the j Rapiils number The writing or the examiraj tions started at S oclock Thnrsdry Phone 888 BI5FORE ITS TOO LATE Our ULACK JACK lump cnal Economy anil you save file dtrfcrrnrs when huy Inp this coal nt 5850 per ton in your bin Fireside Fuel Co 30J1 S FeiJeral day and will continuo thru Fri The subjects arc Travelers Express Their Appreciation for Road Clearing Tlia CCITO Gorclo county board of siiperviHors hns received a loiter from the Mnson City council of the UC T exproasinK appreciation for tho mnn ncr in which tho hlKlnvnya have been fcept open during1 tlin heavy snowfnfl of the pnfit month Tho Jotter stated that tho 113 oC the locnl or der had friLtrucLcd the officers to ex press their thanks to the county of ficers The tisEc of clctnns the highways hns bqen in direct charge of n K rtobcLtson county engineer who with his assistants have Viraved cold ind storm bothnight ami day in or rlcr to hnttlc tho heavy drifts nnd lo j Ucep DIG open many peoplo want to give arl vies to the church nnd expect it to flourish on that Led Special February FUR SALE We wish lo announce lo the public that on account of the bad weather all dur ing the month of January we have de cided to hold over our Fur Sale during February We will allow you the same prices and service that was in effect in To those who were un able lo gel in during our January sale we advise buying now And dont for we stand hack of our because they are made in our own fac tory and carry our guarantee Gome in and see the big selection to choose from at big reductions BENOWITZ BROS Phone 633 MASTER FURRIERS 221 N Federal Christie McCormick Former Local Man Is Honored at Des Moines Christie McCormick formerly asso ciated with Wj A Westfall In the practice of law in this city who moved from hero to Des Moines two years ago was given a farewell par ty by members of the Argonno post or tha American legion at Des Aloises Monday Ho will leave shortly for Hartford Conn Mr McCormiek who was active In the local post of tho American Legion having served hero as the organizer and later as director of the drum corps was president tho Dea JJoines post in 1927 and on the occasion of the farewell party ho was given an Amer ican legion button with a 40 and S emblem by the commander and post commanders of the Argonne post The year Mr McCormick served as director of the local drum corps It won honors nt tho national American Legion convention in St Paul MASON CITY MEN CORPORATION DRUMMOND FILES NEW OBJECTION Answers Railroad Petition for Postponement of Rate Reduction J5 J Drummond Chamber of Com merce traffic commissioner is forced o continue the battle for the reduc ion of eastern territory rates despite tho recent ml Ins of the Interstate commerce comission that would save iproximately 5300000 a year to local The have filed a petition isMrig for the postponement of the ef ectivo rtato of tho commissions or ler which was scheduled to be on torced starling 25 As result oC these petitions Mr Drummontt lias tiled an answer in which ho eels forth the contention Hint tlie arguments ot the railroad arc not sufficient reason for tho post ponement AT MINNEAPOLIS T F Cain and Leo Finnegan 1 Plan Establishment of New Plant Here Mason City will have another bev erage plant according to plans of T P Cain president and manager of tho Mason City Bottling worlis and oE Leo Finnesran former nscnt for a beverage company in the Springtleld and Joliet III territory Both men became prominently afflll tiled with tho new Krlm Ko beverage company o Minneapolis last week Mr Cain ns secretary and a member of tho board of directors and 11 r Fin negan as vice president and aules man a gel Organization of the corporation was for the purpose of getting tho new product before the public Krlm Ko is described as a chocolate malted dairy drink void of chemicals anrt composed of approximately 8 per cent milk and 1 per cent bllttcrrat Several centralized plants are to bo opened In the territory within the next two yearn officials of tho com pany plan amongwhich will lie a plant nt MasonCity Mr Pinnegan will leave fniMinne apolis tins week o assume charge of sales and distribution for the terri tory covered by tho factory which includes Minnesota Iowa the eastern half ot North and south Dakota and the northwest quarter of Wisconsin T B Wlsgajn Minneapolis Is presi dent of tha corporation Mr Cain is to go to Minneapolis next week to discuss plans for intro duction of the beverage to tho public Lorraine Pickford 3 111 Short Time Dies Lorraine Pickford 3 eldest child ot Mrs Hugh Picltford passed away nt a local hospital Wednesday afternoon after a short Illness of a glandular in fection Burial will be In the RoU trails ecnirtrMy Friday nfternnon fol lowing a brief service nt the homo 204 Seventh street northeast I 2 ocock Tha Rev W X Dibble wi have charge This Is the fourth deal I In the Piclifard homo within a yc ami expressions ot deep sympathy r the sorrowing relatives have been n morons Lorraine was born in Masi City and waa healthy and strong u tit about a month ago when she ten seized by tho throat affection Tl real seriousness oc aliment not sensed until the last few days A philanthropist is one who hi irls at S3 a week and then mak money enough to support n home girls Kessinirers CAR WASHING A SPECIALTY E W Larson Co 24 So Del Phone TRY THE Ellen E Mikcsh System or Growing Hair AND Treating all ncnlp diseases Dont he discouraged because you have Tried Rvcryllrinp Nothing is Impossible In this day and age Investigate my local references Names furnished on request Ellen E Mikesh Face and Scalp Specialist Not n ISruiilj Shop Offiic 1C Slafo Ilioiic 2T5S This Week A beau if Hi Scncy ciuaHty lllamond rliin for only Special WM DANCE Tues Night Feb 12 Hie anpriirnnco of Tloy1 Wells nurt liis 10plccB orchestra of coming IUTO from nn onKiiReiMcnt at tlic Roof rinnlcn of Siunx City Mly dancers nm music Ittvcrs will have n rare tront at tlie Milwaukee Railway Machinists 4th Annual Ball To Be Given at the Armory Admission Couples Extra Ladies 50c STYLE SHOPPE STYLE SHOPPE Millinery Clean Up 100 SMART HATS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY Values lo The Greatest Hat Sale Ever Offered Values to S700 Values to Your choice 50 Hats Specially Priced Values to 19 SO 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