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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 23, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                1929 MASON CITY GCOBEGAZETTB Paul Says this is the time of year when cold sliced meats salads and iced drinks find favor with most people and lots of people faxor the Green Mills menu at meal time Meet Your Friends at The GREEN MILL CAFE THE HOME OF GOOD FOOD i REFRIGERATORS 50 Ibs capacity Felt Lined 75 ibs capacity Felt Lined frir OA J 1 D5U 15 Ibs capacity Cork Lined 100 Ibs capacity Cork Lined National Ice Chests 50 Ibs capacity divided for ice indfood tq nn Cork Lining TERMS IF DESIRED CRYSTAL LAKE ICE FUEL CO H First St S W Phones 313214 EXPECTATIONS FOR TARIFF BILL SHOW VARIANCE Some Observers Believe New Measure Will Be General in Scope WASHINGTON July 23 Conflicting expectations are be ing formed on the basis of scraps of information which emerging from the closed room where the republi cans of the senate finance commit tee have established themselves for the complicated task of rewriting the house tariff bill On the one hand inferences are drawn which lead some observers to believe that their bill is to be a3 general as that passed by the houso in the scope of its upward revision of tariff rates while on the other hand indications are cited to sup port predictions that the proposed increases will be considerably moa ified Some republican committeemert believe that if domestic producers have more than 90 per cent of the American market for any com modity they do not need protection against imports Many of the in creases voted by the house are de scribed as affecting such commodi ties While that is taken as a sign that the committeemen ere seriously considering an extensive modifica tion of the house rates an opposite interpretation is placed on the state ment of Senator Shortridge of Cal ifornia one of the members en gaped on the task The republican party he said proposes to enact a tariff law which shall have due and first re gard for American men women and the farm in the mines in mill or the producer and consumer without adequate tariff protection will be forced into competition with poorly paid cheap labor of other and less prosperous countries 600 Persons Attend Institute at Lake CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 Mary Ellen Cummins Wesley Er mil B Frye Osage At on Monday morning the first official flag raising ever held at the Institute took place Three hundred members witnessed the ceremony from the gravel paths Garrison with the largest delega tion at camp had the honor of hav ing a color guard raise the flag In Charge of Clinton John R Clinton of Fayetto who had charge of the ceremony was as sisted by Cecil Miller Waterloo bugler Tuesday evening Mrs Ida B Wise Smith will speak In the taber nacle The Dubuque division will give the prelude A Clear Lake visitor at the Bp worth League institute on Monday said that the biggest thing on the lake was the camp in that it with the futures of 60 towns Gar rison leads in the attendance with 31 people Cedar Rapids is seconc with 24 Waterloo as a city sent Z8 members but the Grace church alone sent 21 Housing is Wife of American Is Held by Soviet CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 foreign rain later to act to avcrc war between the budding Chinese nationalist government and Mos cows communistic regime The ultimatum of July 13 de manded that China as a prerequi site for a conference to negotiate between the two coun tries release Russians imprisoned in Manchuria restoring them to their former status and cancel il legal orders issued in that pro vince This last was inferred to re fer to orders for seizure of the Chi nese Eastern railway taken over by the Manchurian authorities two weeks ago with charges of prcpa gandiiatlon by Russian officials ns a basis for the action Officials Optimistic WASHINGTON July 23 IB Governmental and diplomatic circles here today continued optimistic over the course of the dispute be tween China and soviet Russia The feeling that hostilities would be avoided was sustained not only by the assurances from the Nanking and Moscow governments that they intended to comply with the terms of the KelloggBriand treaty re nouncing war but assurances from authoritative quarters that the armed forces of neither nation had violated the others territory Confident of Treaty Confidence in the effectiveness of the antiwar treaty even tho it will not become fully operative un til Japans ratification is deposited here tomorrow has been enhanced by the action of the Paris and Tok yo governments in adding their ad monitions to that of Secretary Stimsou reminding the Chinese and Russian authorities of their obliga tions under the pact Informing the state department of his governments action Ambas sador Debuchi of Japan assured Secretary Stimson that as far as the Tokyo officials had been able to learn the Manchurian border had not been violated on either side even by a minor skirmish Traffic along the Chinese Eastern railway the focal point of the dispute has been interrupted he said but move ment of Russian troops along the border apparently has been confined to precautionary measures for this small colony in 41 tents 1G cottages and cottages at P M park The occupants of these cut tages are out for the biggest time Honors to tho Rev Mr Green First honors for the morning dip on Monday went to the Rev Harrj Green of West Branch He beat th bunch by half an hour Thrte hitchhikers of Waterloo Frlzzell Greenly and Smith contest th claim of the Oelwein hikers as firs arrivals They claimed they into camp on Saturday DAILY SCHEDULE Dundon Red Ash Coal Reg U S Pat Off Mined and shipped from WIDEN CLAY COUNTY WEST VIRGINIA West Virginias Higher Quality Coal An ideal fuel for all domestic uses Insist on having Dundon Red Ash Coal Ask your dealer for it by full name and if your dealer does not carry it we will give you name of one who does Elk River Coal and Lumber Co I SOLE MINERS AND SHIPPERS Western Sales Office 150 East Broad Street Columbus Ohio I FARMERS At this season of the year farmers frequently find them selves in need of a loan for a short time to tide them over threshing and corn picking time Weare organized to take care of tfiis need Come in and talk it over Our employes are courteous and friendly C L PINE CO 203 M BA BLDG 2ND FLOOR Turn to Right You Get off Elevator FRONT 208 6 dip raising watch Dr H J Burgstahler period classes The Parables of Jesus Dr C Boatman A Study of Genesis Dr F C Witzigman Introduction 10 the Bible W C Perdew a Study of Prophecy A Raymond Grant the Teachings of Jesus O V Jack son period classes Immigrant Problems Dr C Boat man Home Missions Miss TSvelvn Disch India Theodore Chllambar China Eu GuongUong Choosing a Life Career W G Rowley Health Talks Dr C C Hall period period classes Gen eral Methods Harry D Henry Pageantry Miss Bernice Magih Working with Juniors Mrs C W Cleveland The Science of Leader ship Clyde B Baker Youth and the Church Ralph Hall Collis Hymn ology Dr Earle A Baker Fourth Period Subjects i period classes Making Our Beliefs More Christian Elton D Wells Making Our Life Careers More Christian W G Row ley Making Our Comradeships More Christian Miss Mary Ellen Cummins Making Our Social Order More Christian Harry D Henry Making Our World Order More Christian Ermil B Frye Junior Epworth league Mrs C W Cleve land rest and in terview period athletic an1 recreational activities 6 oclock supper 7 social clinic Miss Bernice Magill evening services prayer group getting acquain ted with neighbors or own delega tion 10 taps lights out A complete program of athletics has been arranged consisting nf girls and boys play ground ball volley ball and aquatic events PASTORS RETREAT A new study division under h guidance of Dr W H Mason City Pageantry and Dramatics Miss Bernice Magill forum worship evening serv ice midweek or church night services youth and the church the experience approach in religious d ucation Bible O V Jackson A Ministers Problems froma Physicians Viewpoint Dr C C Two Weeks Vacation School at Manly Ends MANLY July 23 The two weeks vacation school conducted by three Sisters of Mercy of Du buque at the Sacred Heart church at Manly closed Sunday Eighty five children were enrolled Twentv three received their first holy com munion at high mass cclebrato1 Sunday morning at oclock conducted by the Rev Father Kb SEVEN Leaders at Methodist Institute OTIS MOORE Swimming A HENJKE Stewardship E A BAKER Music H J BURGSTAHLER Morning Watch MOORINGS By OTIS MOORE St Ansgar A spank In time saves crime When people lose their re ligion it is seldom a blowout it is usually a slow leak Life would be honey If it was not for money Some peoples religious motor has power enough to get them up in the air but then goes dead Bromley Will Test New Method of Takeoff TACOMA Wash July 23 A new wrinkle in taking off for a transoceanic flight was to be tested here today by Lieut Harold Bromley who is preparing for an aerial dash to Tokyo Bromley announced he would test the feasibility of having an other plane fly overhead to guide him down the runway His Lock heed monoplane City of Tacoma is so constructed that he must fly practically blind until the ship Is well in the air If minor adjustments to the mo tor are completed today and the test flight develops no need for fur ther work on the plane Lieutenant Bromley will wait only a favorable weather report to take off for Japan EDITORS WIFE TO RUN PAPER Mrs Roy A Rankins Will Publish Independent at Belmond CLARION July Roy Rankins wife of the late owner nd publisher of the Belmond Independ ent has announced that she will I continue the publication of the Indej pendent with the assistance of the foreman A E Chamberlain Mrs Rankins has been an assistant to Mr Rankina ever since he launched the Independent in 1919 and and a few years later acquired the Belmond HeraldPress combining the two papers Lost in Purse While Watching Planes DBS MOINES Juiy 23 Watching airplanes has proved a costly pastime for T C McCamey local automobile dealer While his attention was focused on aerial an tics at the Des Moines air show Sunday someone took from him n purse containing he reported to police last night He had just withdrawn the money from a bank to take a trip WHAT THEY THINK OF THE ADDRESSES One of the features of the In stitute will be a daily review of the speakers speech by the speaker himself and a student1 reaction to the same This review will be used aa a memorandum This Is the first one What I think was the most outstanding in my Monday morning H J Burgstahler Good better best Never let it rest Until your good is better And your better best A students reaction to Dr Burgstahlers talk by Alta Gregg of Cedar Falls I liked your answer to the question Whither We do trayel at a fast rate and when thru accident some close friend of ours meets death it makes us all think Butler Pioneer Dies at Home Near Greene GREENE July DuBois a pioneer of Butler county at his home three miles west of here Saturday He Is sur vived by his wife and four daugh ters 2 St Louis Flyers Better Flight Mark CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 with two drivers The only stops were for fuel The St Louis Robin started at a m Saturday July 13 while a sister ship the Missouri Robin took to the air 99 hours later only to be forced down yesterday after 117 hours and IS minutes aloft be cause of oil spattering the cabin windows until it was impossible for i the pilots W Gentry Shelton and Joe Hammer to see First Sign of Trouble The first sign of any trouble abroad the plane was indicated in a note sent down this morning saying the flyers were being bothered by oil spraying over the cabin win dows Some anxiety was felt that this might develop into trouble as a leaky oil line forced the Missouri Robin sister endur ance plane to land yesterday Their note ordered clean under wear socks and shirts to be sent up The Curtiss Robertson Airplane Manufacturing company which is sponsoring the flight ordered tlie plant closed at noon today in order that the 450 employes might parti cipate in a demonstration on the field if the record is broken Half Way There HOUSTON Texas July 23 More than half way to their goal Glenn L Loomis and Joe Glass still were aloft today in their endurance monoplane Billion Dollar City The flyers who hope to break the record of 246 hours 43 minutes 32 seconds completed their 133rd hour in the air at a m May Try It Again SHREVKPORT La July 23 in their first attmept at an endurance flight record W Cur rey Sanders and Van Lear Leary Louisiana aviators today held hopes of trying again Their plane the KWKH which began its flight at a m last Wednesday was forced down at p m yesterday on Steere field five miles from Shreveport due to motor trouble Three of the nine cylinders blew out as the flyers sought to gain altitude after a refueling con tact The aviators had been in the air approximately 128 hours And Still Another MINNEAPOLIS July 23 The monoplane Minnesota with Owen Haugland of Buffalo Minn MISSOURIAN IS FLIGHT WINNER Boone Aviator Gets Award for Winning Air Race in Aeronautics Show MOINES July 23 Winners in the All Iowa and On to DCS Moines races staged aa prelimi naries to the Iowa Aeronautical ex position last week were announced today by officials of the show Awards were made on a mathemati cal formula in which size of motor weight of plane distance traveled and speed were factors The awards and prize money given follow On to Dps Moines Race First B Zimmerly Marshall Mo Second Vern Roberts Hastings Nebr 5500 SyrI Hall St Louis Mo S250 R Llgget Watertown S Dak 5150 L Lowry Hastings Nebr 5100 All Iowa Race M King Boone W Gcrbracht Amea 5125 Third Dan Hunter Cedar Ra pids 575 Syd Cleveland Fort Dodge 550 as chief pilot was off today on an other refueling endurance flight Accompanied by Captain T L Crichton of Minneapolis Haugland soared a oclock last night in an effort to better the worlds record of 246 hours 32 sec onds Captain Crichton replaced Thor walcl Thunder Johnson of St Paul who was reported to have had a fi nancial dispute with Haughland and backers of the flight just before the start Johnson flew with Haugh land a month ago when they stayed aloft 140 hourg 33 minutes coming down June 20 because ofmotor trouble Held on Assault Charge WASHINGTON July 23 F Johnson member of a road con struction crew near here today faced a charge of assault with in tent to maim followingan alleged attack on A J Luce boss of the road crew yesterday In Milan the mast energetic of modern Italian cities social life is exacting Smart women of the aristocratic circles stars from the celebrated LaScala Opera Home singers actresses illustrate the ilistiaguishul clienteli of Carlo Eugenia Eugenias shop on the Co no Vittorio Emanuele is the bat known beauty establishment in Milan Two minutesmassage twice a day with this wonderful lather is my first step in every suc cessful beauty treatment3 says EUGENIO of Milan beauty adviser to Italys distinguished aristocrats ists From Palermo in the South to Venice in the North Italian skin specialists are unanimous in theirapproval of this simple 2minute method with both hands mas sage a lather of Palmolive Soap into the pores Rinse away the impurities thus brought out of the pores first with warm water then with cold So easy to T PDER the conditions of modern life Wherever you go in Italy you will find it is not safe to leave the care of the this opinionseconded by the best special skin to nature alone Eugenio of Milan believes This modern artist in the care of the skin is consulted by Milans most distinguished women World travelers too visit his salon And he tells all his patrons that thorough cleanliness is the first step to beauty Cleanliness through the twice daily use of Palmolive Soap r warm water then w Apartfromrheexceptionalcleanmepower j foi r or doand so effective or Falmolive Eugenio goes on to say its emollient oils have a definite value in r t i ror tne onto too restoring skin health Since Palmolive costs no more than ordinary soap millions use it for the bath as well You will be delighted with its refreshing aftereffects More than 16000 beauty experts throughout America agree with the specialists of Italy on the superiorities of Palrnolive Buy a bar today to see why Most tremendous professional endorsement in history 16342 beauty America alone recommend Palmolive Soap The first step in evnry successful beauty treatment that I carry out is to get the skin really and thoroughly clean Ordi nary surface cleanliness is not cnoiiglt The simplest and the most effective noy I have found is by the regular use of Palmolive Soap and pure water Rtrail Pria lOc 4831 CORSO VITTORIO EMANUELB GALLERIA DEL CORSO 2 MILAN   

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