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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 2, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                ESSE C A A Finest of Silk Dresses 3 Tub Silfe Flat Crepes Printed Chiffons and Georgettes All New Colors Just Values up to Remodeling Expansion Sale Dresses to TL Value Remodeling Expansion Sale Dtesses to 1 ft Value A Remodeling Expansion Sale Coats to Value Remodeling EspansiohSale T Coats to Value GLOBEGAZETTE BLAME GAS IN WOMANS DEATH Etcaping From Elec HeldRe 2 Chloride gas escaping eiec trtcrefrigeratorwas given by a cor night as the cause otldeiithojttrsyioletClark in TieVapaftmentfSaturday Vtt the department ofrhealthestiinated that at least 15 and perhaps many more have died in Chicago in recent months from the cause Four personshavebeen victims of the 10 days the cle paftment said The jury recommended that public officials and the leadersinthe artificial refrigerating industry join to seek means for the of the public recur rence of such Representatives of the artificial refrigerator industry cessfullyto have the hearing con tinged to permit experts in refriger ajlon to testifyThey explained that 6f dollars were invested and that every possible precaution had been and is being taken to pro tect the public France Would Keep Pantheon Exclusive movement Kaa beenBtarted by several depu ties to keep i the Pantheon exclusive for the truly great say should be elim inated fromftha considerations that decide the admission of the ashes pi illustrious dead to the official Tnauspleum also insist that jrieasifres hetaken to guard against aiidden fits of public opinion that to be followed by quick reactions They proppsB that a of both houses of parliamen be required for the transfer of any mans remains to the monument and that none be voted on until It years or more after his death This movement is abelated re action to the removal of the remains of Emile Zola the realistic ro mancer to the Pantheon four years ago The procession that followed Zolas bier was composed largely of extremists and the only banner shown Was the revolutionary flag HEIR KEEPS POST Clifford C EwJngr youthful Yale blajogy Instructor and student at Yale graduate school receiving under the vlllof thb late Alexander Smith Cochrane yonkers JV Y carpet manufacturer will continue teaching Lost Roman CityJs Located in Germany July 2 odimuman ancient Roman town frit which rhistojians andgeograph ers have been searching for centur ieshas at lastbeen found at Zar ten village near here First mention of the townIs made in thesecond century by the geographer Cladius Ptplemaeus of Alexandria Nobody knew however where the town had stood excavationwere made nearcZarten which lies on the main roadfromUpper Alsace to the Black ForestThey hrot to light building materials crockery mill stones and other ancient Roman paraphernaliawhich leave no doubt in theexperts minds that the site of Tarodunum has at last been found Iceland Will7Reduce Dangers of Fishing COPENHAGEN July 2 thef in the history of Ice iand a national organlaation for lifesaving hasbeen formed to cut iiowndeaths enormous toll taken in the dangerous trade of liahing Figures that for every 1 of fish caught oneman mustlaydown his life Eightyfour mena year on the average are lost Icelandic waters Pierre Lotis novel Pecheuv aIslande was notfar off the track ill depicting the perils of netting fish innorthern waters According Icelahdic annals than ships were lost in one off the coastof Iceland and in thelast a small army of 2056men haveperished Army Is to Help in Raising Birth Rate PARIS July 2 French army willspread propaganda for larger families Two officers in each regiment must be assigned on order of the minister of war to tell the soldiers whyit is their duty to have chii dren The minister Painleve is him self a rbachelor Mnchfim isbeing poked at the arrangement Jy newspaper humor isEa who foresee that the repopu latibn1 difficulty mftxpoundingjthe subjects when young recruits and the hkrdbpiled din scrtfttionson1 why every Frenchman should have more children Funeral Services Are Held at Eagle Grove Jor Cal C Wise 68 EAGLE GROVE July 2Funer al services for Cal C Wise68 were held at his afternoon in dharge of the Rev Floyd D Reeves of the Congregational church Masonic services were also held Burial wasin Rose Hill cem etery Mr Wise was born in Urbaisa Ind and was married In 1889 to Miss Margaret Grisamovc at Alter ton Iowa They then came to Eagle Grove where they have re sided continuously for nearly 40 years Mr Wises work having been almost altogether with the Chicago Northwestern railway for many years past in the capacity of con ductor Surviving him are the widow one daughter Mrs Clarence Ellis of Oak Park 111 one Bister Mrs Em ma Hayes of Chicago 111 and two grandchildren Lee and Maxine Ki lis Ulilllllllllll Algona Bible School toClose ALGONA July vacatioa Bible school of the Baptist church will close with a demonstration this eveningand apicnic Wednesday at the State park 1 Piiplls In Alfjona Schools fL3ONA July haa beien taken 1I2S6pupilsbetween ages of and 21 There are 613 hoys and 543 girls Eagle Grove Sinn GROVE July lialnA Myerslias received notice thatonJiilyl hewas placed on the of disability Hei isithereforeretired at the ape of yearsand months after about38 yearsservice as telegraph lineman for1 theChicago and North is a name that is going to mean a great deal to and the surrounding territory Say it sounds like the letter does it not 1 Say it sounds like the letter B it not Now say the two letters Q B and you get the name Fashion decrees the s s suntanned skin H and if HELENA 1 RUBINSTEIN creates the makeup tbat perfectly simulates it Gypsy A sunproof foundation in natural tones to blend with any type of skin Golden and glowing Easy to removed Special sized 150 Gypsy Tax Liquid A liquid powder that transforms the average woman into a colorful personality Gypsy Tan fine and enchanting tone Geranium Brilliant and complement the S Gypsy Tan ensemble S n I MBRKELS WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY 3 THURSDAY JULY 4th H Do Your Shopping Wednesday formerly KilliansInc H Fourth of Jtily Should Be a Happy Vacation Day Dont spoil it Changing Tires Let our Expert Service Men inspect and repair yourtires IP YOU NEED NEWONES OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT Satisfprttl Terms to Reliable Parties STODDARD Tire Battery Company s Invite Us to Your Next Blowout North Delaware Ave Open Evenings tlie clieap paint HUM BUGS share ILL BET YOU FORGOT Your Wedding Anniversary How About Getting Her a FRIGID AIRE Soon Pays For Itself VERY EASY TERMS LASTS FOREVER QUIET RUNNING AND SATISFACTION Why save less than The Cost Chart at our store proves that at best cheapper gallon paint saves less than on first cost of painting the aver age house and costs more than quality paint to keep dt painted for 5 years on paint ing a house and lose every live years our quality outside paint protects as well as beautifies Keeps out mois lureiantl decay saves repair billsl Dont fail to see our Cost Chartat this store Hugh Davey Son PHONE 874 15 2nd S W Glass for Every Dressers Witjdows and Doors IT CAST tTATC IT DONMcPEAK Prop V Interest for You Is of Interest to for it means additional money in your Savings Account that you didnt have to put there your self July first is the beginning of a new interest period Why not make an extra deposit or two between now and the fifth of July and earn some extra inter est Deposits made on or before the fifth draw interest from the first P you havent a Savings Account this is a splendid time to open one NATIONAL BANK MASON CITY Bank for Savings i ipjh i   

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