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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 15, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MAY 15 1929 Hampton1 Boy Struck by Hit and Run Autoist Is Reported to Be Better HAMPTON May J Ham ilton 13 year old son ot Mr and Mrs C S Hamilton Jr who was seriously injured by a hitand run driver is reported better The boy in company with two brothers was walking north on highway 65 and upon seeing a car approaching stepped oft the pave ment When directly apposite the lad the car lurched and the bunin ev caught him carrying him about two rods When the boy fell off the car it speeded up and soon was out of sight A doctor was summoned and it vras found beside a badly bruised body that he was suffering from a bruise on hia head so severe as to cause convulsions Establishing Bolmond Office BELMOND May Cen tral States Electric company is es tablishing an office in the Cato Griesy hardware store Dependable Service is the kind you want on your Radio nnd Battery Get the habit ot depending on Pauls Radio Battery Service Call 865 and tell PAUL your needs Ho has been senicing Batr teries ana Radio gets for more than 14 years You all know PAUL NO 7 AND 9 SECOND STREET SOUTHWEST K C BUILDING Free Yourself annoying worrisome financial ob ligations Should you be temporarily em barrassed and have debts to meet should you want capital to open a business buy an auto etc deal with us Come in today Hundreds in City and surrounding towns have taken ad vantage of the Unittid Plan Loons A Loan Year to Pay Financial Freedom By consolidating debts with us you can become financially in dependent of your own one need know We will lend you any amount up to S300 on your security youll find our rates moderate UNITED FINANCIAL SERVICE Phone 1414 F 51 HUMPHBEY Mgr 105 M B A Bldg BILL SUBMITTED BY ASTOR WOULD RESTRICT WILLS British Lord Denies Right of Spouse tojRuifr From CJraveV i LONDON May and husbands whofiin their will penalize their spouses for temar riage would not be able to control from the grave the destinies of the living under a bill introduced in the Houseof Lords by Lord Astor The measure aims at insurin proper provision for surviving spouse children and other depend ents of a deceased person and for bids penalization of a widow who remarries by the cutting down or the elimiftation of her Inheritance Instances Are Cited r Recently there have been several striking instances of posthumous penalization in wills Sir Ernesc Victor Buckley Rutherford be queathed to hiswidow the useof his house and furniture and seven tenths ot the residue of his estate valued at provided she re mained a widow But if she con tracts another marriage she would receive only an annuity of S12SO A Liverpool nierchant bequeathed MASON CITY GLOBEGA7KTTK to his widow but shs must give up all except if she takes another husband Hardy IB Discussed The most discussed example however WEU that of Thomas Hardy the novelist He had been twice married his will directed that an annuity of to MH Hardy should halved if she mar ries again Instances are hot lacking in which women left similar restrictions upon widowers but generally it is the widow who is thus ivtrainod Mrs Pethick Lawrence the suf frage leader states further that English widows have no redress un der present law even If left penni less by welltodo husbands Forest City Legion Entertains Mothers FOREST CITY May Forest City Legion post was host to a mothers day party held at the Qountry club with mothers of mem bers of the Legion Auxiliary and its mothers as guests The program consisted ot music by PauUs orchestra a speech by the Rev Joseph Richard on a baritone solo by Supt C M Ross a reading by Miss Constance Jenson and a soprano solo by Mrs Wend all Osbrink He I know Im only a little peb ble in your life She You might stand a better chance if you were a little boulder Central Summer Term Upper Iowa University June 10 to August 17 Twelve weeks of school work in ten weeks Ex emption courses Uniform County Certificate courses High School Credit courses College Cred it courses College Entrance courses Special courses inMusic Commercial Manual Training Domestic Science Education History of Educa tion etc etc Rates reasonable Send for Catalog Dont CHRJ fail to DURING Learntke Chrysler Learnthe Difference Month is only a few days old But al ready hundreds of the motor wise are the shrewder for all it has revealed in Chrysler superiority For Chrysler is the car with a world of dif ference so broad and bold and decisive as to assume the proportions of true CONTRAST Put a Chrysler to Any Test We want you to learn this difference between Chrysler and any other car iri1 your experience to MONTH A Special Feature YOU Shouldnt Miss It is of particular in terest to every pros pective purchaser to askusabouttheSpecial LearntheDiffer cnce Gift Card know Chrysler and appre ciate Chrysler before you buv anv other cnr Come into OUR sales take out the Chrysler 65 75 or Imperial with body type you prefer let it convince you For the difference between Chrysler style and beauty andal otherautomobilestyle and beauty merely hints at the Chrysler performance Make it a point to visit US today 65 75 or Imperial model The card you receive after your demonstration will not be your only reward Youll learn the difference 21 STONER MOTOR SALES 2224 Second St S K CHRYSLER SALES AND SERVICE Phone 992 TELEGRAPH BOYS PAINTINGS RATED MASTERPIECES 18 Year Old London Youth Honored at British Exhibit By JDOUOTHY RUSSELL Associated Press Staff Writer LONDON May 15 UWPaintinprs by a telegraph messenger boy were singled out by art critics as among the masterpieces of the Civil Service Annual Exhibition of Arts at the Victoria arid Albert Museum South Kensington The artist is Victor C Riches IS who is a telegraph messenger at the Western DistrictPost and Tel egraph office in Wimpole street He is self taught and works and studies in lunch hours and between mes senger calls Started Painting at 10 I started painting when I was 10 he related diffidently when aressed in his uniform he was found examining critically the pic tures shown at the museum I have never had any lessons ex cept some very elementary teach ing at school the boy explained but I spend practically all my spare time studying art In my lunch hour I go to the galleries in the neighborhood bf Wimpole street nnd on my days off I go to the Tale and National Galleries to study I get all sorts of ideas for sub jects by watching people and old buildings on my trips about the city My great ambition is to do the Brangwyn type of picture Mother Was Model Mother was the model for my first oil painting After some per suasion she gave me four or five sittings She is not a good sitter she is so stiff and bored I havent tackled Father yet but I dont think he is so keen on being painted either Riches has three pictures in the exhibition They are paintings of a group of waterside dwellings a gale at sea and the oil portrait ot his mother Three of his pictures shown at previous exhibitions have been sold for small sums LONDON DERELICTS NO LONGER SLEEP ON PARK BENCHES LONDON May 15 Old melodramas whose scenes of London at night showed miser able creatures sleeping huddled in doorways or slinking along the embankment looking for an empty bench wouldnot be true to life now says the London County Council Its survey this year showed only 31 persons sleeping out But the problem of the home less persists for the same cen sus discovered 11000 sleeping in common lodginghouses while there worn 900 more in casual wards Some critics of the figures point out that the open air sur vey was made in the midst of the coldest weather of an unusually severe winter Minnesota Guardsmen to Train in 4 States ST PAUL May 15 sota national guard troops will train in four states Iowa Wisconsin North Dakota in addition to their home state this summer it was an nounced today by Adjutant General E A Walsh in making dates for conducting camps WILL DEDICATE USAGE CHURCH Archbishop Keane Will Give First Communion to 100 OSAGE May new 000 Sacred Heart Catholic church built where former one burned two years ago will be dedicated Tuesday May 21 Archbishop J J Keane and 50 priests from nearby towns will be present Archbishop Keane will offi ciate when 100 children and adults will partake of their first commun ion Dean Convery of Charles City will celebrate the solemn high mass Dean V Casey of New Hampton will be master of ceremonies Priests from Waterloo Dubuque Mason City Marshalltown and other places will be here to have a part in the services The building is purely Roman esque in style and was designed by Guillo Beck of Dubuque and built by the Wagner Construction com pany Austin Minn The Rev J P Martin has been pastor here for more than 30 years and has had the hearty support of his people in this big undertaking FIVS M C EihwaUer 62 Is Buried at Estherville ESTHERVTLLE May liocly of M C Einwalter 62 veter an Rock Island conductor was brot to Esthcrville for burial in Oak HiH cemetery North Star lodge A F A M was in charge of services at the grave Mr Einwalter who is a former resident here died Fri day at Cedar Rapids He was re cently pensioned and was well known because of hia long service on the Rock Island SON BORN A was Lorn to Mr and Mrs Homer London Marie t lucky Tiitr Hair Tonic look BetterFeel fine Alt your Barber for a WhvtBFor Mil mat VVTvrteEox cortecii Fimplei Sun Burni Itch Pol ion Ivy No z la fi0 for Hed CoW Pdcj in about 3 wcelu Free bookie Locliy Tiger Run Co Kansas City WHYTEFOX FOP THE SKUN May Replace Old Iowa State Postoffice With Modern Brick Building i AMES May 15 The old campus postoffice of Iowa State college dating back io the SOs when a steam railway connected the college and the business section of I Ames may soon be replaced by a modern brick and stone structure An appropriation granted toy the state legislature contained an item for minor buildings and a portion of it will be used for a new postof fice the need for it bayingbeen felt for several years The new building designed by Prof A H Kimball head of the architcctual engineering depart ment will cost about 550000 and if the plans are approved by the build ing committee of the state board of education the structure will be erected during the summer The old building will bo moved from its present site to make way for the new A college bookstore will be conducted in the new building AGED VETERANS OF CIVIL WAR WILL BE MEMORIAL SPEAKERS WEBSTER CITY May 15 Two aged Civil war veterans will oc cupy the limelight as speakers on Memorial day both here and n Jewell Wesley Martin commander of the Scott post of the G A R will speak here Olcy Nelson of Slater post commander of the Town G A R will apealc at Jewell As a memorial to the last of thn Grand Army of the Republic a Civil war veteran once again chosen as the speaker here this year fol lowing several years during which other speakers were honored City at Hie same plans to honor the war dead on a larger scale than for some ycais There will be a parade participated in by the G A R American Legion and auxiliary and other organizn tions There will be services at tin graves of the soldiers of all wars The address of the day however will be delivered at the First Meth odist Episcopal church Dutchland Is Theme of Banquet at Waldorf FOREST CITY May 15 Duichland was tiie tiicuie for tho Waldorf freshmansophomore ban quet held at the college timing hall Uecoratvons menu and program were all carried out in Dutch styio Miss Esther Kleppc acted aa the Rev C M GransKou spoke on Dutch wind Fern Sij mond on lubrication Donald Ander son on bull bearings Wallace iSi chorn on wind mill screech CAI cncc Jacobson on dyke ale am President C B Hclgcn on brakes Music consisted of vocal solo o I Nclvin Oycr and Prof Oilvin and a piano solo by Clarene Odikr Justice Morling lo Speak at FOREST CITY May 10 tice B Morling of the sviprcnu court of Iowa has acccnpted in ii vitaliou to come to Forest City l be speaker of the day on Memorial day Ralph Robinson will deliver Lincolns Gettysburg address Debenture may be alright but getting in the corn is more import nnt right now New Menu Slumberwell Metal Beds Exclusive Designs Permanent Lacquer Finish Fully Guaranteed A Great typical of scores of savings in steal beds now Finished in walnut tone to Metal Bed 1595 Square tubing finished in exact imi tation of beautifully grained Walnut j with stylish floral decorations Har you cant equal this bargain I VU monizes with finest furnishings SPRINGS MATTRESSES DAY BEDS look just like wood We claim DAMON1GOU CO FCritNTCUHC JUEPT DAMON IGOU CO MASON CITY S F A S H I 0 N C ENTER A Sensational Sale of Utmost Importance EVERY SPRING OW HALF PRIC Heres What You Save S 2500 S 2975 S o75 1500 S 1950 1500 S i500 S 7500 S 8500 S 10000 Coats Coals Coats Coals Coals Coats Coats Coats Coals Coals Coals S1250 S17SS SI 975 S2751I 53250 S3750 Dont Miss This Big Event REGULAR 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