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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 23, 1929, Mason City, Iowa JULY 231 1929 MASON CITY Prime MinisterMacDonald is In complete long as he caa please his own party and the Lib erals and V tpolis Aejvs FIRST AID FOR HAY FEVER AMAZING new disrov erf instantly stops that twful tickling irritating chok ing freezing of hay of HEBLBM today Ai DRUGGIST I t A New Loan Service The Home Plan We advise with you In a friendly manner regarding your financial needs Terms to suit your Income Simply list your Household Goods Automobile Live Stock etc Property remains in your possession Get Out of Debt Consolidate those bills and pay them with an OBSJloan from Company 7 No Endorsers Confidence in character rather than security is the HOME Plan Confidential Private consulting room Ko embarrassing Investigations No Deductions You receive the full loan in cash at once and pay only for the actual time you keep thr money Repay you earn nl terms to Milt you or balance at any time Debt Cancellation Feature FREE If a family head dies leaving an unpaid balance due the loan is cancelled and returned to the Widow or other beneficiaries and absolutely Free service to Home Customers WE CALL EVENINGS Call write or phone HOME LOAN MOTORISTS SIGN TRIAL WAIVERS Light That Failed More Drivers Usual Penalties The light that failed may sug gest a novel to some persons but there wers 15 motorists in Mason City Tuesday morning to whom the phrase meant in the cash drawer of the newly established traffic violations bureau The war on motorists who are careless in the proper lightingof their vehicles will continue accord Ing to Chief of Police Frank San ford The department is out of warn ing tags said Chief Sanford and the chances are they wont be re stocked The headlight and tail light laws are going to be enforced to the letter and if the driving pub lic thinks otherwise it is going to cost a lot of persons a piece to find out Listed in the group posting bonds of for driving without a tailllght Mondaynight were C B Bradfield Enders Stertrcen Roy Igou Ted Cordle Sidney Sanborn Sol Beno witz Albert Tibeau Otis Walling ford Rudd Lynn Reynolds for feited a bond of for driving with out a talllight and with only one Eat Everything without Fear of Indigestion Ave there lots of foods you cant foar of gas bloating pains in the stomach and bowels Do you have to pass up favorite the rest enjoy them Thats a sign you need Tanlac For more than 10 years Tanlac has restored to vigorous health thou sands who denied themselves their favorite foods just as you have to Mrs Arvena Bowers of 1230 Jackson St Topeka Kans says Five years I was troubled with gas bloating and dizzy spells But Tanlac toned up my whole system and increased my weight 10 Ibs If you suffer from indigestion gas dizziness headaches constipa tion or torpid Tanlac a chance to help you The first bot tle often brings the needed relief TanlatTis a good pure medicine made of roots barks and herbs that are recognized by the United States Pharmacopoeia Get it from your druggist today Your money back if it doesnt help you FINANCE Co M1 h 211 Second Floor Phone 727 I fU mm M R A Blrto i 211 Second Floor Phone 727 M B A Bldg Over XJnion 52 MILLION BOTTLES USED WEDNESDAY SPECIALS LARD irEuiLi p Pork i BACON 3 Liver Pork Squares We Finance Homes Save Your Rent Money f you own a lot of reasonable value we will furnish the money to build you a home and allow you to pay us in monthly payments like rent Better have a home of your own at the siid of five years rather than a bunch of rent receipts Call us up and let us explain our plan to you MOORE MOORE ic 629 South Federal Ave Phone 119 Trader Horns Buddy An Interesting expedition will get under way In September when Trader Horn the literary veteran of Africa and Dr Ar thur Torrance F R S above who discovered how to combat successfully In the jungles the mosquito antl ho tsetse fly combine forces for a six months expedition into Abyssinia Dr Torrance has sailed from Los Angeles to prepare for the trip upon the baais of reports from Nicaragua that had been generally reitored and that more marines being maintained there than was 40 AND 8 HOLDS BIG INITIATION Eleven Nedphites Parade Streets in Handcuffs During Ceremony Eleven members of the Clauaen Worden Legion drum and bugle corps were initiated into the mys teries of the exservice mens play ground organization the 40 and 8 at the armory Monday evening The neophttes clad In overalls handcuffed and chained together paraded thru the streets of the bus iness section of the city The new members L N Beck J C Christiansen E W Clark Frank Halmftn J E OKeefe Claud M Potter Paul Stehn Earl Walters Ray Kiser H B Shroyetf and L T Bowen It is the hope of the Legion drum corps officers that all the members of the organization will join the 40 the and 8 thus making the organiza The announcement approved tion eligible to compete 1n the 40 j WickershamH suggestion that the and 8 contest as well as in the reg state the burden of enforcing x iL T 1 the dry laws but characterized Bishop Cannon Says Wickershams Idea Is Hazy Puzzling WASHINGTON July 23 Bishop Jamea Cannon Jr arid Dr E t Crawford speaking for the hoard of Social Service of the Meth odist Episcopal church south hava described as hazy and puzzling certain views expressed by Chair manWickeraham of the Hoover law enforcement commission in his re cent letter to the governors confer ence Wickersham is here attending ses sions of tha committee hut no indi cation was given at the meeting that the CannonCrawford state ment was receiving any attention ular competitionof the Legion at he national convention Thus far 26 of the 37 members have been in tiated according to Nels Malm president of the drum corps headlight Others forfeiting bonds for driving with only one headlight were F R Mahaffoy H H Chase George Lamb Freda Gray William Soursos and Fred Merando who was driving a Deck er truck with only one headlight no license plates The only raffle law violators who decided to vppear in court next Monday morn ing instead of waiving trial were Sol Benowitz and Lynn Reynolds P F Thompson arrested on South Federal avenue for traveling i2 miles an hour In the business intrlct signed a waiver of an icind BOAT CRASHES THRU FERRY Four Persons in Hospital After Accident on St Clair River SARNIA Ont July 23 the result of a speeding boat leap ing thru a small ferry on the St Clair river four persons were in a hospital today A ferry owned by Stanley Gill ham of Sarnia was proceeding to Stag island with five passengers bound for a dance when a motor boat loomed out of the darkness and tore Into the ferry It literally leaped thru the superstructure of the passenger craft and tearing path clean thru continued on Its course on an even keel The ferry was practically cut in two No passengers were Injured in the ferry They leaped the bow or stern One threw himself to the bottom of the ferry and escaped because the motorboat leaped over him All four passengers on the motorboat were Injured but none seriously HOLD REYNOLDS RITES TUESDAY Body of Former Local Wom an Taken to Osage for Burial Funeral services for Mrs Del phine Reynolds 40 who died Satur day night in an Iowa City hospltnl following a six weeks illness were held Tuesday morning at the St Josephs Catholic church The Rev H J Krleger wag in charge of the services and the body was taken to Osage where burial was made in the cemetery Mrs Reynolds had been a resident of this city since 1805 coming here from South Dakota Surviving are her mother Mrs Mary A Hughea Los Angeles a sister Mrs P S Morris Denver Colo two brothers J W Hughes Los Angeles and H L Hughes of this city as defeatism the chairmans state ment that national and state laws might be modified so as to become reasonably enforceable This statement seems to be pre mature the announcement added for surely It is too early In the in vestigation ordered to be made by the crime commission for the chair man to express such a sweeping judgment which Judgment might be modified or changed entirely as the investigation proceeds Rnri as It might become evident that the causes which at present operate to prevent efficient enforcement might be removed 1200 Marines Will Be Recalled From Nicaragua Says Hoover WASHINGTON July 23 Twelve hundred marines were or dered withdrawn from Nicaragua President Hoover announced today Approximately 2300 marines will remain In the Central American re public Decision to take this action was GREAT TEACHERS ARE RECRUITED Leaders in Science Field Will Conduct Nature School McGREGOR July 22 ers in the field of natural science and conservation of natural re sources have been recruited to con duct the eleventh annual American school of wild life protection whch opens a twoweek session here two weeks hence In this section where there is ample material for the direct study of all natural sciences classes will bti conducted in geology botany archaeology forestry entornology history astronomy ornithology anthropology and biology Instructors in the school Include Geology Dr George F1 Kay lova state geologist and dean of lib eral arts college University of Iowa Dr Stookey of Cne college and Dr O A Thomas of the Unr vernity of Iowa Botany Dr L H Pathcl head of the botany depart ment Iowa State college and for mer president state hoard of con servation Dr Bohumil Shimel botany department University Iowa Archaeology Dr Charles R Keyes Cornell college American Indians Dr Melvll R G4lmore Museum of the American Indian New York City Forestry Prof G B MacDonald Iowa State college Insects Prof P B Pa riock Iowa State college history Edgar R Harlnn curator loi historical memorial and art depart ment Captain W A Blair of Dav enport Astronomy Dr D W Morchouse president of Drake uni versity Ornithology William Ko sen Ogen and Orphus Schantz presidents of Iowa and Illinois Or nithologists societies Conservation Mrs Francis E Whitley chairman of the committee on forestry and natural scenerv General Federation of Womens clubs Webster City Special sub jects C F Culler and Harry I Can field U S fisheries bureau W F Dickens U S department of the interior Major R C Williams district engineer of the U S war department The reason there Is plenty of room at the top Is because so many who get there fall Rap Id FrpK Dr Wilbert Shallenberger Chicago Specialist who has visited here every four weeks since 1801 and who treats Chronic Nervous and Special diseases of men women and children scientifically will be at Mason City Hotel Cerro Gordo Friday July 26th from 8 a m to p m and Thursday evening July 25th from to p m 160th Visit One day only and return visits every 28 days Dr Shallenberger treats dis eases of the Stomach and Bowels Kidneys and Bladder Liver Gall Bladder Heart Blood Nerves Skin and other Chronic diseases such as Diabetes Catarrh of the Nose and Throat Catarrbal Deaf ness Rheumatism of the Joints and Muscles Goitre Constipa tion High Blood Pressure Sick Headaches Female Trouble and Private diseases of men and women Piles Curable Without Surgery No cutting electricity burning crushing or tying off No ether or chloroform No confinement to hospital or loss of time from work In a few easy office treatments Plies are cured to stay cured Other Rectal dis eases including Fissure Fistula Proctttis Pruritis Itching scientifically and succnssfuily treated 27 Years Experience Dr Shallenberger has had wide experience n the success ful treatment of Chronic dir eases His scientific treatmotv and trustworthy advice hcvc helped many avoid unnecessfr operations He has seen and h treated thousands of patior and there are many throughun the Middle West who owe their present good health to Dr Shallenbergers medical skill and advice If you are ailing and have failed to get the de sired relief the Doctor will be glad to see you and give you his opinion regarding your trouble ConRirttntion find Examination frnp to Dr Wilbert Shallenberger M D 788 Oakvrood Blvd Chicago HI for CASTORIA A BABY REMEDY APPROVED BY DOCTORS TO Governor Will Be Witness in Trial of Carolina Killer GASTONIA N C July 23 A subpoena for the appearance of Governor O Max Gardner as a wit ness in the trial of 23 Loray mill strikers and strike sympathizers under indictment for the slaying of O F Aderholt city police chief at strikers camp June 7 was ob tained late yesterday by defense counsel The trial Is set for next Monday The subpoena summons Governor Gardner to appear In court here July 29 und produce a letter written to him May 18 by Roy Stroud a striker The letter which was made public at the time followed de struction of headquarters of the tlonal textile workers by a band of masked men LUCKY atopt lot hiIr life WhvteFax I No S Soirf I under MonevBack Guirf I LUCKY TIG E B I HAT Atwater Kent has doubly the largest radio factory the fact that the Only VIKING offers the luxury of performance 5K at medium price 1595 There is one outstanding difference between the 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