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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 27, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                f x r I I I 1 FOUK GaMB Etoetod Board PreaUent ROCKFORD March 27M3 H Galvln is the newly elected presi dent of board of education The committee chairmen are Mrs Elsie rrigET finance Mrs Persia Merrick Supplies L H Biddick buildings tad ground and J H Gauger fuel Junior Choir Will Give Program CHAPIN March young peoples choir o the Methodist church wiU give an Easter program In the church Sunday morning at II oclock This will be a story and song service YOU CANT BUY A HAT Gray Offers His Farm Relief Plans Am yoS fcertalnly cant get one of tetter quality For Stetson has been making hats for 63 years making them so that they look better at die start and stay that way Its all in the knowing how Youll like the selection o new Stetsons that weve just received Come in one of these days and try them on Stetson Hats Lanpher Hats S 500 Borsalino Hats have broad powers along produc tion and marketing lines M P Hill of Indiana president of the Farmers National Grain Deal era association said the laws relat ing to rural credits should be strengthened and expanded so that the farmer could more easily ob tain loans To Summon Capitalists WASHINGTON March 27 Farm relief overshadowed all else at the capitol today as the agricul ture committees of both house and senate for the first time simultane ously turned their attention to the formulation of legislation on this subject for action by the Hoover administration The senate committee had two days of work behind it during which among other things was the decision to invite Henry Ford J P vlorgan Charles M Schwab Owen 3 Young Paul M Warburg and a jroup of high government officials ncluding Secretary Mellon to ap pear and give their views on what should be done for the farmer The replies from these Invitations were jeing awaited with interest The house committee opened learings this morning and decided lo limit the testimony during its Hearings to suggestions for aiding the farmer excluding details of present conditions Where A dollar 13 SOOTH KltRAL AVI MASON Lake Mills Girl in s Redtal at Waldorf FOREST CITY March Edith Qulat and Odvin Hagen of Waldorf college department of mu sic presented Miss Clarene Odden in a piano and voice recital at the col lege chapel Monday evening Miss Oddens program Included piano numbers from Bach Chopin Liszt and Mendelssohn and voice se lections from Handel Bohm Nevin Rasbaeh and Morgan Misa Odden Is a painstaking stu dent and is doing very creditable work She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs J C Odden of Lake Mills Senate Rushes Its Work on Budget 691 his fathers pistols made a state ment yesterday to the states attor ney He said he fired in self defense believing that Mrs Deking rushing o her husbands side intended to shoot him The deputy sheriff said he aimed his sawedoff shotgun at her hand but thathe was walking backwards and stumbled accounting for the actthatthe charge from the weapon entered the 35 year old wo mans body Smth said he Jired only one shot Peter Deking brother of Joseph and an eye witness said two shots were fired Former Resident of Humboldt Dies on Visit at Waukon HTJMBOLDT March Mrs F A Wildman 58 life long resident of Iowa died at Waukon where she was spending some time with her sister During recent years she has divided her time between Hum boldt and Waukon in the absence of Mr Wildmrn who traveled in the Interest of a Lyceum bureau Mrs Wildman was a member of the Methodist church here and active in the church auxllaries Besides her husband she Is sur vived by three children Harry and Wayne Wildman of Chicago and Mrs June Leland here Funeral services were held Waukon her former home at Plymouth School Board Elects PLYMOUTH March a meeting of the school board WH 11am Urenn was elected CONTINUED FKOM PAGE I mill constitutional resolution to re instate the state road bond plan This bill now goes to thesenate committee which has the choice be tween it and the Fletcher anticipa tory warrant road financing bill also passed by the houae The house margin given the Ham mill 64 to 40 and tht Fletcher bill 55 to 50 Observers are inclined to favor the Hammil bill receiving supportof the senate sifting committee An amendment by Senator Car roll ofDavis county to limit thi state University ofIowa hospita expenditures to the sum approprl ated which yesterday was Increased from to was pending when work was resumed on the fiscal bill today Spending More Money The increase was granted afte considerable wrangling over the ex pense of caring for indigent pa tients by the hospital The Carroll amendment is designed to qbviat further deficiency appropriation such as that for J2 38000 re cent j passed That the budget bill would go t the house carrying well over 000000 in excess of the approprla tions of two years ago seemed cer tainIt totaled o more than grante for the current biennium at th close of the second days work Thi Action Sought by Deking in Slaying xKOivt jeAGK i Demands Probe of Iowa Election Costs CONTINUED FROM PAGE I mary filed with the secretary of state show that either no money was expended or that the sums were purely nominal No candidate was mentioned by name in the resolution The investi gation asked would be sweeping and extended to all candidates for office before the primary according to the intention of the committee All Bight With Skromme ROLAND March 27 J Skromme candidate for the repub lican nomination for governor in the 1928 primary election said today that he and S J Nelson his cam paign manager would welcome an investigation of primary campaign expenditures We believe in the honest conduct of all elections as set forth in the statutes Skromme said We will appear before any com mittee designated by the house of representatives at any time and give a detailed report of all expenditures made la my behalf at the last pri maryelection Bowman Willing Too MOINES March 27 ror me uuiroui uicmuuiu DES MOINES March 27 close of the second days work TU Former state Senator M L Bow is more than a million dollars high man opponent of Governor Hammill er than administration recommen nomination for datlons Naturally Mr Taft does not ex pect to feel so lonesome when anr other president is WorldHerald 4DOOR SBDAN W14S Ask for a Demonstration In a 65 Chrysler 65s unparalleled road without lurch or pitch low price marks it instantly In style the Chrysler 65 as exceptional value stands out as the fashion i u plate of its price field Chrysler 65 has that flash ing performance that disYoull be proud to own a tinguishes Chrysler motor Chrysler 65 Check over cars from all others its features Experience through demon the Chrysler has its spring ends anchored in blocks of live rubber which with hydraulic shock absorbers enable the 65 1040 Nttf OvjiUr tS fiHca Bat ta cntt HMO UOtli UMS U07S U flUS Ntw fricti 1153S wilk stration marvelous per formance they make possible Then you will reason for the superiority of the nojat to travel any Chrysler 65 Mr OyUt SUSS t3tS Win tekttlitxtn Allfrrlntftt Other Car so Low in Price Offers so Great a Combination of Fine Car Features 6cyIinder highcompres sion engine of Chrysler SilverDome princi ple 65 h p 7besring extralarge counter weighted Crankshaft impulse neo tralizer Isotherm InvarStrut pis tons Rubber engine mountings Thermostatic engine heat control Manifold heat control Electric gasoline gauge Pivotal steering Springends anchored in blocks of live rubber instead of metal shack le Weatherproof internal expanding 4wheel hydraulic brakes Hydraulic Shock ab sorbers Mohair or broadclpth up holstery optional with out extra cost Etc etc j for the republican nomination for governor in the 1928 primary today said hewould welcome an investi gation of campaign expenses My campaign expenses he said show that I spent more than Ham mill His expenditures listed with the secretary of state were about while mine were more than Is is plainly evident that some thing is wrong and if it is possible under present laws for tremendous sums tofce spent aajInbehalf of Hammill then the statutes should be changed or the candidates violat ing the law should be punished to the full extent Band at Lake Mills Picks Out Uniforms LAKE MILLS March Lake Mills concert band is making arrangements have new uniforms when it appears for the first time Memorial Day The members of the band have chosen a blue coat with lapels and a new style cap White trousers may also be ordered to complete the outfit The new coats will be much more comfortable than the old style army high col ored coats formerly used by the band The band now boasts 22 members andis holding regular rehearsals every Monday night As the concert season draws near rehearsals will also be held on Wednesday nights Lake Mills has had a band for over 25 years which has been hired I each year to give regular concerts during the summer months on Wed nesday nights It also fills a num ber of outside engagements NATIONALISTS GIVEUPCHEFOO Former Shantung Warlord Occupied Chief City of Province CHEFOO i Shantung China March 2T CSVMarshal Chang TsungChang entered this city at 8 a m and practically without hin drance from its nationalist defendr erstook controlThe Britishsloop Cornflower and the United States cruiser Trenton moved in shore to a position near the foreign quarter to meet any emergency Defeat the nationalist troops followed treachery and defection of 7000 of their number who went over to Chang former war lord of j Shantung province The nationalists led by Gen Liu ChenNien began to retreat at 3 a m after reverses in a battle which had raged for two days east of the city They passed thru the city eastward in the direction of Ninghaichow leaving behind them large quantities of munitions Shops all over the city were closed and residents remained in side The Chinese chamber of com merce sent a delegation to Chang to arrange peaceful transfer of the town Looting bv the victorious troops was feared How Weak Nervous Women Grow Stronger Feel Better LookYounger and Have Steadier Nerves If you only rundown ranemic women who are dragging yourself around on your nerve CHRYSLER MOTORS PRODUCT Stoner Motor Sales 2224 2nd St S E Chrysler Sales and Service Phone 992 AGED WIDOW IS DROWNED IN POOL Chicago Woman Had Gone to Cemetery to Decorate Husbands Grave CHICAGO March 27 grave of Mrs Emily Klelys hus band in the Lutheran cemetery of Nlles Center always has been kept fresh with blooms The widow Kiely has seen to that Despite her 72 years and enfeebled health she has trudged wearily sometimes the many blocks to the cemetery carrying her tribute of flowers Yesterday tho she felt none too well she went as usual to the burial place Several hours later she had not returned Her niece Mrs Fred Lumpp became alarmed and went to see what was wrong On the grave Mrs Lumpp found fresh flowers She called Mrs Kielys name but there was no answer She roamed about and came at last to an abandoned gravel pit on the cemeterys edge She found footprints leading lown the steep slope to a pool It appeared that Mrs Kiely too feeble to use the cemetery pump had gone to the pool for water for her flowers In the water her body was found THREETRAINMEN KILLED IN CRASH Two Freight Trains Collide HeadOn 2 Persons Injured EDWARDSVILLE 111 March 27 trainmen were killed and two were injured in a head on collision late yesterday between two fright trains of the Nickel Plate system near the Edwardsville station Fire followed the crash and the bodies of the victims were not re covered until firemen had extin guished the flames Fourteen freight cars were piled up In the crash The dead John Franklin 38 en gineer Charleston HI Frank Adair 30 fireman Charleston HI O T Bensley 30 brakeman Charleston m The injured Harry Smith engin eer cuts and bruises J M KIpple fireman fractured skull and inter nal injuries Trainmen attributed the crash to confused orders but the blame was going 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