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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 31, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                FOUR MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Mrs Gann and Mrs Ijpngworth Bat amicably together in the senate raUery the other dayThey probab ly for the aisle seat York Herald Doctors in Paris are vaccinating on the arms again rather than or the legs Women found that the scars were becoming too noticeable Telegraph Cool strong and stylish ensembles for your boys Vacation Rampage Hell be alion fire chief EogerHornsby and a Tom Mix all the same day BUT HE HAS A THIS STORE In this special stock of clothing are the items that stand up under wfear tear and fashion scrutiny We are helping the boys to a good time without being called up on the carpet for extravagance Sweaters to Shirts and Waists 79c to Linen Linen Knickers PATTON BROTHERS a dollar does ils 13 SOUTH FEDERAL G the outstanding GOETZ Country dub is mild yet rick with its fully aged qualities Thorough ageing gives it that famous flavor Its cooling as a sweethearts Refreshing aa her smile Try Country dub for that fag hour at four or with your anytime I Thenyoull know why its the outstanding beverage M K GOETZ BREWING CO 70 YatAy ST JOSEPH MISSOURI 353 DUNN SPEAKER AT LAKE MILLS Mason City Man Lays Stress on Responsibility of Young America LAKE MILLS May Hills enjoyed one of the finest ob servances of JTemorial day this year that it has to the history of the town The weather was ideal all business places were closed the American Legion members under whose auspices the program was held turned out in large numbers E G Dunn the speaker addressed an audience of 600 people The usual rites at the cemeteries were performed after which the pro gram at Arlington park was given The Rev Miss Ada May Nash of the Asbury M B church gave the hi vo cation and the Lake Mills high school glee club gave two selections under the direction of Miss Alfhild Boe One of Mr Dunns first statements was that r nation which will stop in its throbbing pulsing Ufa to breathe its prayers over the graves of its departed heroes is in safe hands and its citizens are better for having done so Speaker Asks Question Does young America realize the responsibilities resting upon her shoulders was a question asked by 2Ir Dunn From a barren plain of prairie dogs and coyotes our forefathers have1 turned it over to Us as the bread basket of the world left us fertile fields towns of schools and churches and a popula tion of 120000000 of people kneel ing in devotion to Almighty God and all this in one generation Mr Dunn gave a beautiful eulogy to the soldiers of the Civii war and told of the sacrifices made follow ing with the question Does young America realize her responsibilities to generations yet unborn The blessings we enjoy today are the heritage of those sacrifices In the past 10000 years every experiment has failed stated Mr Dunn but In the short period of 1BQ years all these wonderful blessings have accumulated in America Here everyone has a chance Has One Criticism Our government is the brighest jewel in the diadem of civilization stated Mr Dunn but I have one criticism of ths American people and that iswith those who dodge their responsibilities I have no sympathy for those who belittle America and her insti tution he said I have often heard that America played a small roll in the late war but a brief examina tion of the facts in the case com bats this statement in a hurry The first four years of the war France and England were moving their men backward rather than forward in the line of battle Then came the American doughboys and in less than four months after his eatry into the conflict they had the enemy moving backward America Is rich in heritage Will you meet your share of the respon sibilities in the future asked the speaker When you stand at the graves of departed dead from three great wars can you Americans ever pay debt you owe your fore fathers It behooves every man woman and child so to live and do that he will be a credit and help to his nation rather than a detriment and hindrance God bless you all to that end Distributed by R M DICKENS 616 So Federal Avc Mason Oily Iowa Phone 008 If You Have Sick Headaches There Is A Reason Corrective Optometry has given relief to hundreds or those who have suffered so We are sure you can have relief if you will see us COSTS NOTHING TO FIND OUT SEE LEMPER AND FEEL BETTER Terms Cash or Credit British Labor Still Maintains Its Lead CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 up somewhat this morning leaving the question as to whether labor could obtain the exact lineup could not be determined until well into the night when complete returns would be in It seemed however as if the task cut out for the labor party was a difficult one to achieve as while it had a comfortablo lead over the con servatives It needed to take a ma jority of the remaining unreported seats to get a clear majority Ten Women Elected There were eight women Jn the recently dissolved parliament but already today at least ten were in the new parliament of whom six were elected on the labor ticket The conservative women returned thus far were the Americanborn heiress Lady Astor whose plurality was cut to a bare 211 the Coun tess of Iveagh who also was re elected and the duchess of Atholl of Kimons Scotland The laborite women members elected were Ellen Wilkinson Mar garet Bonfield Susan Lawrence Lady Cynthia Moseley Mrs Mary Hamilton and Miss B Picton Tubei ville The tenth woman was Megin Lloyd George returned as a liberal The lone communist in the house Shapurja Saklatvala a Parsee was defeated MacDonnlds Son AVins Malcolm MacDonald son of the labor leader also was returned to commons turning the tables on his old rival Sir Ellis Hume Williams who defeated him last year Col Wilfred Ashley minister of transport was returned by a 10000 vote margin while Sir John Gil moiir secretary of state for Scot land had the wide margin of 12000 Jack Jones the fiery labor leader was successful at West Hao Winston Churchill the outstand ing personality of the conservative party and chancellor of the exche quer in the Baldwin ministry was reelected in his ebbing constituency in the agricultural county of Essex Three in One Family All three mjn members of the Henderson family triumphed for la bor Arthur Henderson himself was yesterday reelected in Burnley CHICK FEEDS A complete line on hand as follows Starting Mash Growing Mash Scratch Grains Oatmeal Steel Cut Oats Mash Maker AH Mash Oyster Shells Griti Charcoal Cerro Gordo Farmers Co PHONE 270271 NOW IS THE TIME TO 1 Buy Dundon Coal When you are ahead of the crowd When you can get what you want When an order helps your dealer When the dealer can get the best Place Your Order Now with Your Home Town Dealer for Dundon Red Ash Coal Keg V S Pat Off Mined and shipped from WIDEN CLAY COUNTY WEST VA West Virginias Higher Quality Coal An ideal fuel for all domestic uses Insist on having Dundon Red Ash Cool Asli your dealer for It by full name and If your dealer does not carry It we will give you the name of one who does Elk River Coal Lumber Co SOLE MINERS AND SHIPPERS WESTERN PALES OFFICE 150 East Broad Street Coiumum Ohio while Arthur Henderson Jr today cajptured the South Cardiff seat from the conservatives Another son of the former labor home secretary was also elected yesterday Ramsay MacDonald third of the leaders of great parties rolled up 35615 votes against 6821 for his conservative opponent 5266 for his liberal opponent and 1431 for the communist candidate Philip Snowden chancellor of the exchequer in the MacDonald labor government was reelected Sir John Simon one of the liberal leaders was elected with 22039 votfa against H Elvin labor with 20300 votes and 242 for Shankat Usmani communist Indian labor leader now awaiting trial for allege a sedition in India One of the government whips In the house Major Sir William Cope was defeated in Glamorgan Llan daff Barry division by C Ei Lloyd laborite Lord Winterton under secretary for India in the Baldwin govern ment retained his seat Bare Win for Sir Austen Walter Runciman one of the lib eral leaders was reelected The poll was replete with sur prises Four members of the gov ernment suffered defeat Sir Arthur SteelMaitland minister of labor and three others not of cabinet rank In his ancestral constituency of Birmingham West Sir Austen Chamberlain foreign minister eked thru with only 43 votes Most surprising of all to many were the comparatively few seats which the liberals were able to show for their Intensive campaign Altho polling a fair proportion of the pop ular vote they converted it into seats only rarely It was impossible to tell how the women many of them newly enfran chised voted except that they did not offer unusual support to mem bers of their own sex More than 5000000 were eligible to vote for the first time among these being the flappers between the ages of 21 and 25 Two GAR Veterans Attend Memorial Day Services at Decorah DECORAH May veter ans of the Civil war were present at the Memorial day services held here yesterday The exercises of the day were in charge of the American Legion W Earl Hall Mason City was speaker at the program held in the Grand opera house presided oved by Walter A Weix com mander of the local post A feature of the program was the singing of two patriotic songs by the Lureu chorus under the direction of Pro fessor Speratti of Luther college Carl Haefner Taken to Girard for Burial GARNER May a saort service the body of Carl Hael ner 81 who died In the B M Wille meyer home here where he has spent the past six years was taken to Giard his old home for burial be side Mrs Haefner His surviving children are Mrs Willemeyer Gar ner Miss Tillie Haefner and W H Haefner of Castalia and Louis Haef ner of Plainville Mont BRITISH PLAN ON RAISING TARIFFS AFTER ELECTION Both Parties Committed to Policy of Safeguarding Industry By BATES RANEY LONDON May 31 both major political parties the Conservatives and Laborites com mitted to safeguarding of Indus try In varying degress leaders of big business in Great Britain are counting upon aid from further tar iff barriers in planning their courae after the general election The Liberals are sticking to the traditional free trade policy of the United Kingdom but only a surpris ing landslide would give that party a stronger position that that of pos sibly holding the balance of power in the new parliament Remember Old Style The economic side of the cam paign has in some respects been reminiscent of the days when the full dinner pail was a vital political slogan in the United States Imt without mention of protection in speeches and platforms The Eng liau while showing symptoms of abandoning free tidde still shy at using the American word prefer ring the euphemism safeguard ing A more direct United States in terest in this phase of Great Brit ains policy can be found in the effect of higher tariff liar riers upon the diminishing Ameri can trade balajnce Balance Favors U S In 1925 the United States sold worth of merchandise to Great Britain and bought S412 704535 worth leaving a trade bal ance of in favor of the United States The Empire Market ing Board then began to spend mil lions in strengthening the Buy Bri tish Gods movement and it is now considered almost unpatriotic tr buy foreigngoods of any descrip tion By 1926 the sales of American goods In the Unitd Kingdom hnd dropped to At Uie same time American imports from Kntfland Ireland Scotland and Wales were down to reducing the trade balance to 195304 fi loss of 532856500 Predict Tariff Wall Economic experts predict that erection of tariff walla nronnrl United Kingdom will accelerate the diminution of this balance In this respect it is interesting to note that neither the Conservatives nor the Laborites Have any that of tariff for revenue All that is asked in any case is an adequate safe guarding against foreign goods which compete with British indus tries ia the home market This question has already caused considerable trouble to Prime Min ister Stanley Badlwin Helost one election because he went to the country in favor of safeguarding ivhen the people were not prepared forit The first Labor government then backing Free Trade went into power at that time Ministers Beach Agreement Mr Baldwins stand this year in regard to safeguarding almost dis rupted his cabinet but on the sur face at least the ministers have reached an agreement as to limited safeguarding but only for those in dustries which can prove before a government tribunal that they need it vitally The Labor position Is similar This is a decided change In senti ment for that party The working people have always thot a high tar iff would result in Increased living costs and their one bitter experi ment on a wheat tariff which raised the price of bread to about 25 cents a loaf still rankles Expect No Restriction It is not beieved however that any attempt will be made to restrict the flow of food stuffs Canadian and Australian canned goods and certain other Empire grown foods get the benefit of a small preferen tial tariff but California Oregon and other American states are still able to sell the United Kingdom millions of dollars worth of fruits and canned goods Some of the American products which are likely to feel tha weight of an extensive scheme include safe ty razors talking machines films cameras farm implements automo biles and iron and steel Hampton DeMolays to Receive Honors HAMPTON May Keepf and Clay Honeck are attending the state DeMolay conclave at Daven port The two boys will receive the highest honor in the Order of De MoJays the Legion of Honor degree which will be conferred on them at the conclave The awarding of this honor is based upon leadership fel lowship and ritualism Close Store at Osage OSAGE May Paris Cleaners from Charles City have closed their store here and the room has been leased to Andrew and Mar tin Ellingson who have opened a pool hall and 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