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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 31, 1929, Mason City, Iowa IAY 31 1929 MASON GLOBEGAZETTE FIVE Greater Savings Here for You Over three hundred Montgomery Ward Co Stores throughout the country are joining in this Great Bargain Fes tival Here youll find amazing val quality and the low est prices of the year Scores upon scores of seasonable items on sale right now at the time you want and can use them most Take Advantage of these Bar gains Be Here Early Saturday SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR YOUR MONEY BACK Wash Frocks BOYS SUITS 95 SIZES 2 TO 8 Gay printed blouses Button on pants Double and single breasted models Famous Fruit of the Loom cotton Fast colors PANTY DRESSES 98 SIZES 2 TO Fine broadcloth Hanfl smocked Demure white collars and pip ing In pastel col ors A number of clever styles Others 98c to Gifts for the Brides Shower Dainty Lingerie Smartly tailored attractive ly finished for vacation and travel needs Chemises89c sups i r iV 5100 New Electric GyratorWasher GUARANTEED FOR 10 YEARS At Wards Low Sale Price Also on Easy Payment Plan Down Monthly Try It for 30 Days In Your Own Home You may give it the most difficult tests to convince yourself that the Wardway is one of the finest Electric washers in America It washes clothes clean in from 3 to 7 minutes Instant release 8position wringer splashproof motor genuine all copper tub THE WARDWAY HAS ALL THE POINTS OB1 WASHERS SE1XJNG FOB 550 TO 5100 MORE As Advertised in The Saturday Evening Post Jime 1 6 tp 8 Sheet Capacity NonFading Wall Paper At Reduced Prices Richly Embossed Papers for Best Rooms per single roll 9c to 30c New Patterns for Bed Rooms and Halls per single roll lOc to 15c KitchenetteVarnished Tile Papers per single roll 15c i Immediate delivery from this store Porcelain Lined 50 Ib Refrigerator At Wards Low Price We honestly believe this to be the finest low price refrigerator you can buy at this price Porcelain lining is fused on Armco ingot iron Seamless body and rounded corners Finished in golden oak Heavy 1inch Oak Board Insulation RIVERSIDE A First Line Tire 1 At New Low Prices If you would save money yet have good tires buy Riversides Riversides low price has saved millions of dollars for American motorists Riverside is unsurpassed in Mileage Safety Riding Comfort and Tractive Power At these new low prices Riverside Is the greatest value in Tires GUARANTEED FOR 16000 MILES AND FOR LIFETIME AGAINST DEFECTS BALLOON FULL HIGH PRESSURE 0 S CORDS Tire Sizes 4 29 x 440 29 x 450 4 29 x 475 4 29 x 500 4 30 x 450 4 30 x 475 4 30 x 500 4 30 x 525 6 30 x 577 6 30 x 600 j 31 x 500 4 31 x 525 G 3tJ x 600 6 32 x 650 6 33 x 600 6 Tire Sizes 30 x cl 4ply 31 x 4 ss 5ply 32 x 4 ss 5ply 33 x ss iply Tire Prices 515 915 985 1425 Millions Ride on Riversides 2430 SECOND STREET N E LOSS IN TOURIST DOLLARS RUINING RIVIERA RESORTS Shortage Laid to 100000 European Visitors Who Stayed Away by J R HANSfJOM Associated Press Correspondent NICE France May 81 hundred thousand tourists who neg lected to include the French Riviera in their itineraries this year are re sponsible for a business mens re volt against the municipal govern ments of the leading Riviera resorts The past season has been one of the leanest since the war Nice had 50000 fewer tourists than last year The average tourist spends a week in Nice That means a loss of 350 000 tourist days which rolls Into much money Cannes Menton Juan i les Pins and St Raphael suffered 1 corresponding decreases Jlesort Men Organize Business men in all the resorts have organized to force their mu nlclpal authorities to do something to stop the tourist seepage which this year has resulted in millions i of dollars loss to some of the lead Ing hotels On the other hand the Italian Riviera has enjoyed its most perous season since 1918 In some measure this is due to the fact that roulette Is played at San Rcmo and many tourists who ordinarily visit Monte Carlo were frightened away by reports of trouble in the prin cipality Mussolini Is Blamed However an order from Mussolini is credited by the French with be ing chiefly responsible for the sud den inrush of foreigners He ordered the municipal authorities and the i police to see that every tourist went j away contented Overcharging died J overnight The most important j hotel keeper would suffer at the hands of the law if a tourists com plaint was found valid In San Remo the hotels add 10 per cent to the bill as a service charge and not even a bellboy will accept a tip The Chamber of Commerce of Nice estimates that the clyts miss ing 50000 spenders 30000 went to Italy 10000 to Egypt and 10000 to Spain Their general reform pro gram which aims to entice the miss ing fifty thousand back next year includes extensive international ad vertising strict watch on prices charged tourists and a definite pro gram for beautifying the various cities Ing Reluctant tho wo may be to do BO let us admit what we know is the naked truth that America does not occupy a placein the affections of the other peoples of other nations that it did 30 or forty or 50 years ago Then America was the rain bows end the land of opportunity of golden promise the mecca and the refugefor the poor the down troddenand the oppressed of all tho earth One of the high points of bis ad dress was the striking statement God forgive us if we fail to cherish and protect our posterity never could I would repeat to you again and again that eternal vigilance is libertys price At the close of Mr Finuha ad dress the Rev Mr Crossley dis missed the assemblage with prayer An orator Is a man who can take a 30word idea and blow it up to hold 6000 Star DAMONIGOU CO Be Here Early Saturday Morning 9 to 12 3 HOUR SALE CHOICE OF THE HOUSE DRESSES VALUES to 45 MASON CITY IOWA Do You Love Bargains This is the best dress op portunity of the year Beautiful summer frocks regardless of former prices choice 3 hours Remember 9 to 12 Only These dresses will be of fered OB a special induce ment to shop early Satur day To those who want the best and demand quality this is a rare 98 DRESSES VALUES TO J4 WHILE THEY LAST New Summer Styles SAYS AMERICANS MUST BE READY TO KEEP LIBERTY Finch Addresses Northwood Memorial Day Crowd on Preparedness NORTHWOOD May weither conditions favored the an nual Memorial day observance here yesterday and a large attendance was the result The parade formed at the courthouse square at 1 oclock p m members of the local Ameri can Legion post in uniform leading followed by the Northwood Munici pal band and uniformed Boy Scouts The three G A R veterans M S Perkins J A McClintock and J S Pixley rode in the first car at the head of the motor column followec by members of the W R C Legion auxiliary ana D A R At Sunset Rest cemetery the rit ualistlc service of the G A R was conducted by C A Slmrp com mander of the Legion post the W R C service being under the super vision of Pros Mrs A F Marshall Mrs M II Kepler chairman of the Legion auxiliary and Mrs C H Dwclle regent of the D A R were in charge of the portion of the serv ice of their respective orders Pronounces BenedUtion Following the ceremony Mrs B I farey sang a song and the Rev Uilliam Crossley pronounced the benediction After the decoration of the memorial mound by the ladies with their floral tributes the Le gion firing sqund gave the custom ary volleys and Bugler Arnold Bidne of the Boy Scout troop sounded taps The procession then reformed and proceeded to Crescent park where the formal program was given Mayor E M Sabin acted as master of ceremonies The Rev A M Whitfoy pronounced the invocation after which Arleigh Miller a mem ber of the recent North high school graduating class gave Lincolns Gettysburg address The salutation to Lhe G A R from Lhe American Legion was given by Paul G Thonn past commander of the local post Finch Is SpnaUcr i The annual Memorial day address 1 delivered by H C Finch of North j wood at the stand in Crescent park j had as its outstanding theme a tribute to the heroes in the nations j history and a plea for a prcpared I ness in the future which may make our national life secure from any j and all influences which may seen to destroy the heritage which has been given to us I would speak to you today on the subject of our countrys pre paredness he said and would subdivide it into two phases First preparedness in the minds and hearts of our people and second the physical anl material preparedness of the nat 1 arms of defense The first I bcucve is of the greater importance but exposed to enormous loss and wastage if the second is neglected Must Protect Posterity Let us not build up in our own minds a house of cards of fancied immunity was his earnest warn 3 Hour Sale 9 to 12 These dresses are suit able for every summer occasion for afternoon for golf or tennis street or business In washable crepes prints georgettes chif fons flat crepes in every pastel tint short and long sleeves 9 to 12 only Childrens Coats Ages 7 to 14 Values Up to For 3 Hours Saturday Lives of gtcat men all remind us can make our lives sublime If we only keep on working In the good old summer time Summer School If you begin your business training June 3 or June 10 in stead of waiting until September you Lhe advantage of your previous school training fresh in your mind your course and get your first position at least three months ahead of your f iicnda a wider choice of positions be cause there will not be so many graduating when you do your promotion three months before your friends secure theirs prepared to earn your ex penses if you go through college in the fall such a lead over those insist on taking a summer va cation they will never overtake you The summer term opens June 3 and June 10 Classes will be formed on both dates Opportunity is knocking at your door right now Will you let him in CALL 945 FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION OR WRITE MASON CITY IOWA
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