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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 20, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                TWO GIRL HURT IN LEAP FROM CAR Manchester Younjp Woman Ywitlu Refused to Take Her Home MANCHESTER Aug 20 Miss jyva Landis of Manchester seriously wjmed last night whes she jumped froni an automo bile because she alleges the two young men trom Ryan whom she and Mjss Jessie Smith had accom panjed for a ride refused to take her home TJe youths had taken the Smith girl home it was said but refused to take Miss JUandis home She jumped from the car sinkingher head on the pavement Motorists found her lying uncon scipus in the street her head Weed ing Bi others Are With Chicken Stealing ALGONA Aug and Leo Gusbn brpthgrs haye been bound over to the grand jury here on u chicken stealing charge Coniplamts had beep received here from the north end of Kossuth county for seyeraj weeks Sheriff Hovey tracked them and confessions 360 Changes Made in New Tariff Schedule CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 any schedule proposed in that af teeting chemicals oils and paints and the greatest nwnber of In creases m the agriculture schedule Tn the chemcal schedule the sen ate committee republicans favor V changes including a reductions The reductions jnclude the 220 cents pound rate on Cuban raw sugar on which thp house Wted 2 40 cents and the FordnpyMcCum ber law provides 176 The proposed increas to 150 from a ton m the rate on pig iron Is an other item IJkely to arouse erable discussion together with the 3cent reduction m th house me on raw wooi restoringIt to the present duty o 31 a pound and various changes in the wood schedule Draus an Attack The democratic Attack op the re publican rate be gan promptly Senator Ifing of Utah said they were as unsatis factory as the house bill while Jpuett Shouse chairman of the democratic national committees executive committee declared they showed that tte motivating princi ple Behind them was a simple de termination to enabje special groups DANCERS WIDOW WED MASONjCITY GLOBEGAZSTTE secured of industrialists o cash non ther last years campaign contributions FORMER POLICE CHIEF BROUGHT BACKTOHEALTH After six months of suffering Sargon put me back on my feet and in the very prime of health I had enjoyed good health al life until I suffered a riervou Additional Air Mail Routes Considered WASHINGTON Aug ser ies of hearings haye been held In Washington before the postofnce and commerce department comjnJt tee on cjvJJ aviation to consider the desirability of establishing new man contract routes in variou sec tions of the United States Propon ents appeared for route from Port Worth Texas to Nashville Mem phis Little Hock Texarkana and Dallas Fort Worth Wash ington Baltimore Philadelphia Pittsburgh Pasco to Spokane Portlapd Seattle and Taconia Seattle and Portland and Rich mond or Greensboro to Winston Halem High Point Raleigh Cpjunj bus Augusta Savannah and Charleston MORE SIGN OF IMPENDING WAR IN MANCHURIA se Defenders and Soviet Raife in Another Clash T ONPON Aug 20 vw sese and Russian sources todav reported warlike activities and preparationsalong the vKanchurtan Border with increasing number border clashes andincursions bv tae opposing armies y Dispatches from Mukden Man defenders arid 3000 soviet cavalry invaders from JfjkoJsk yesterday engaged In a fierce struggle for the village of Tungnwisiea south of Pogranlch changed hands several times but Chest Canvass to in on Oct 6 CONTENDED JFBOJM PAGE J scnbera under the direction of wom en canvassers No 10 The nifeeting was called by B H Wagner president of the Chamber of for tie purpose of makingcertain that B A Webster of the drive will have the general support of Mason City busi SS8 Professional jnen Mr Webster had stated some time ago appointment to the posi wri was first announced tuat he would take the ob providing he bad the wholehesited support of the cityThoseat the meeting pledged hemselves to back aim in the pr Af MASON CITYff THEATERd was retained by the Chi RADIO PROGRAMS Mrs Eleanora Apibrosc Maur ice widow of Maurice jdancer is the brtde of Sainue Katz president of Publtx Thfeaters Porpprntjon Starting a CW theater still in hj tWrtfes a pprpo ra tion wntfolVfig 1090 thoater Katz Js seen here on sbJp board She returned from Europe just precedingthe wed finally nese FJred on A from Blagoveschensk Siberia said Chinese troops sup ported by white guard detachments fjred on a monitoron tic Amur river about 95 miles north West of Simultaneously Chi nese fired upon soviet troops and civilians iu thevicinity of Lake Hanka near the villages of Grod ecko and Poltavsk The reds resist ed energetically The Moscow OF UTILITIES forces there noteto bdth the Muk den provincial arid Nankingcentral Chinese governments demanding that bands of white Russians and Chinese troops jbe prevented from making further encroachments JOB soviet territory To Sejid More Troops Mukden dispatches reported tanks airplanes arid searchlights on the way to the front Tassthe official Russian news agency citing the same reports from HarblB added that Chinese authorities had permitted the for mation of new white guard detach ments on the frontier C T Wang Chineseforeijrn min ister said at Nanking that of 60000 troops alpesdy ordered to Manchur ia were fnsufiicient other thousands would be Bent FRENCH LINER PARIS BURNED Damage of Caused by Blaze Sailing Is Postponed HAVRE Prance Aug 20 Sailingof the Frenchliiier Paris set for this afternoon was canceled today after fire last night ateinto Jts sumptuous interior and damaged it 3000000 francs about More than 1000 Amerieansbooked for passage to New York onthe liner will have to delay their cross Grinnell Mayor TeUs League j Councils ShouH Be Given Greater Powers WHO DES MOINES Wednesday August 21 630 a m Cheerio NBC program 700 Brupswick record prpgram I 8QO Time signal national home hour RficaEdJDrogCftjn FORT DODGE Aug 20 Grace Abbott talk msyBRof welfare president of the League of Iowa vJUi institute Municipalities today called on the state legislature to give city coim nllKT breajfdpwn early this year My strength and energy deserted me and Id been weak and rundown ever since I bad little appetite couldnt rest well and would get upmornings feeling tired ana worn putCoBsypatlon Mid biliousness came on nic and I was always dos ingup with laxatives trying to get relief that I never could find until I started taking Sargon and Sargon Soft Moss Pijls There was something about Sargon that seemed to fit my case exactly and the way It brought tack jiy strength and energy was something remarkable My appe tite Is good now and my whole system feels toned up Im not nervous any more I sleep fine and get up refreshed and alert The pills rt3 of constipation and biliousness without the slightest bad effects After the way Snrgop me up Im only too glad to recommend it to others The statement was made recently by William P Kumleh R F D No 4 Burlington former chief of police at Port Madison Sargon may be obtained in Ma son City from the Casey Drug Co HEADLIGHTS ADJUSTED According to Law GENERATORS STARTERS OVERHAlJLEb BATTERY SERVICE OPEN EVENINGS 0 GREGERSON 884 43S 4th StS W McFaddeff program NBC Record program Market 1015 Road reports Record program Your home and mine house hold 1130 News dispatches H45 Cheerio program Noon farm and home pro gram 1215 p m U S department of agriculture NBC National farm and home Farm talk by John Thomp son Apollo string quartet classi cal music Pacific Vagabonds 3 00 Bankers Jlfe little symphony Merry Minstrels popular music x News summary Baseball scores WEDNESDAY AUG 21 Uncle Quin Scores Dance Radio Floorwalker Dance Orchestras Same as WEAF 1 Jean Goldkettes Orchestra News Features Dance 3 Same as WJZ 2 S 00 The Champions Symphony Orchestra WJZ 15 Night Club Orchestra Chime Reveries Dance and Organ Gene Ford and Glenn 555 Scores WOR Programs Musical Souvenirs Musical Program Scores Admiral and Marjorle Cafe Dance Orchestra Organ Recital I ells some control over rates of all Ray to opening the leagues an ONEMflNCARS OR NO CONTRACT Des Moines Street Car Offi cial Issues Ultimatum to Union DES MOJNE3 Aug 20 lowing the refusal of the local street car men3 union to accept the com panys secondproposal for a new working agreement Walter J Cum mlngs president of the Des Moines elec commission governing trie light and power Needs Commission councils in Iowa Iowa waa nno JXlumes was one Raiiway company said there would no DUDIIC ue oneman cars or no labor con racts Theproposal which was reject n owa should have an experienced audit ing hoard to study rates in order to protect the public against exorbitant rates for service men who can meet with the actuaries and Red Ash Coal Reg U g Tat Off Mined and shipped from WIDEN CLAY COUNTY WEST VIRGINIA West 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 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 cEtles to employ men and not police officers on the plea that the gjder officers have better judgment He pleaded for safe vand sane regulation of traf fic tfnd declared that severe interferes with the movement of automobiles Ray said it was noton the busy streets where the accidents occur He declared there was a growing tendency to put higher taxes on the townspeople partly relievingother properties from taxation Points to Tax Rate He called the action of the state executive council in increasing the tax rate in towns a flat 10 per cent an injustice tothe towns The pBople Riy sad vote most of the taxes on themselves He urged that they examine carefully the plans for proposed new build ings declaring there is much waste space in the construction of school and city buildings which if built for use could be constructed wtih a good deal leas expense v Winneshiek Fair Is WellAttended1 Many See School Exhibit DEGORAHAug Winne shiek county fair closed its gates Fridaynight after four days of nice prowds and weather The fair was a success from every angle which is gratifying to all those who were connected with the wprk In the past few years the aasocla tion has had inclement weather and has run behind financially This year they will be able to pay off soma of the indebtedness The Ex hibits were many and good Jn oil departments Races were the best in years and one race came within one and one half seconds of the track record The baseball games drew many fans to the fair Baseball at county fairs here has Been the main drawing yearsThe educational bu idtag under Coupty Superintend ent Gertrude Crane and her assist ant Miss Jeanette Danlelson was of the features of this years ers already have full sailing lists The fire started in the ships third cabln presumably from ashortcir cuit and soon broke thru to the second class smoking room Two bluejackets from atorpedo boat in the harbor the Basque were overcome by smoke while fightin the flames but otherwise it was not believed there were any casualtics Several months ago the ship grounded In New York harbor and In Plymouth harbor On Oct 15 she crashed into the Bessengen as she was leaving New York har bor and six of the Bessengens crew lost their liyesi She was slightly damaged by fire in 191 about two montha after she was put into com mission for Mitchell County Pioneer at LyleT Father bf 10 Children T ANSGAR Aug for Jeremiah Springer 79 who died at the home of hisson Oliver Sprintrer at Lyle Minn Saturday were held In LyJe this morning Mr Springer was the father of 10 chil dren eight of whom are now grown andf have homes oMtheir bprjngeris also Dy fais widow The Rev Otis Moore at Ansgar was in charge Nora Springs Man Now Has Plymouth Market d by an almost unanimous vote offeredthe gjeu a 13 per cent laI creasp in wages and provided for W believe we have acted in the utm ost faim e ss to the rldiruj p ublic company and to members of the union in offering the men a higher wage than is paid or IB found In any other labor contract in any comparable city Cummlnga said Air Firms Arrange Passenger Exchange LOS ANGELES Aug Western air express officials an nounced today that arrangements have been made with a new rir transport company tiy which It will be possible to travel from here to Denver in 9 hours and to El Paso in The new firm is MidCon tinent Air Expresswhich is closelv affiliated with W A E It will oper ate daily service between Denver and El Paso and Denver and Kan sas City Passengers out of Los An geles will take the W A E Kansas City plane at 5 a m transferring at Albuquerque foreitherDenver or El1 Pnso Aug 20The City market here has been pur of Nora posseas011 Monday f Wherry former retlrlngMr Pdmer Ia L AJAI iruiHyr ton will move his family to Plv mouth about Sept 1 BIJOU Railroad Official Dies CHICAGO Aug 20 Mel ville Brown 69 assistant to the vice president in charge of opera tions of the Rock Island lines died here today Mr Brown was edu1 cated at the IJniversity of Iowa Hunt Boy Window Breakers WEBSTER Cirr Aug 20 A group of boys believed to have broken about 60 windows in the sales pavilionat the Hamilton coun ty fairgrounds are sought by police LAST TIMES TUESDAY NOTHING BUT AIR THRILLS STAR OF BENHUR n IN ANOTHER RAMON NOVARRO THE FLYING v WEDNESDAY ONLY 45 Caliber War We Last of Mrs Cheyney 1W per cent talking picture with Nor ma Shearer will hepresented for the last time at the Cecil Tuesday night The location of ing production is laid in England and in distin guished British and American at his talking debut oppo site Miss Shearer TJib Palace iuanagement an nonuces a fourdayshowing start ing Tuesday of the big Broadway star Eddie Dpwling in his singing success The Rainbow Man Mr Dowling who composed Honey Moon TraJI and sangit on Broad way wUsing his latest song hits written especially for The Rain bow story is one of stage life and shows Mr Dowling as a member of a minstrel show making the small towns During theaction of the stor one sees and hears this Mr Dpwling is as sisted vby an allstar cast which in cludes Marion Nixon Prankie D ar row and his dog also Sam Hardy who will be remembered as one of the stars In Oh Wits the Shoyf Lola Lane was born in Indianola Iowa She appeared pri the stage with her sister Lebta local ben efit theatricals only until discov ered by Gus Edwards The two girls wehtjto NewYork under cohtrac to Edwards and appeared in th Greenwich Village FolliesLola wa signed to play with George Jesse in The War Song and it was diir Ing the run of this show that Ben jamin Stoloff Fox Movietone dj rector saw her and cast her Jn th leading role of Speakeasy which will open at the Cecil Wednesday One of the most successful stage hits of a few years ago was Twin Beds which has been made into an alltalking picture with tha great favorite Jack in the lead On the stage Twin Beds waa considered one of the funnies farces everseen and critics say has not lost any of its laughs by being transferred to the screen The Bijou Is showing for the lagt times Tuesday The Flying Fleet thrilling story of the air featuring Ramon Navarro The picture con tains action breathtaking thrills and pleasing romance The fiery nature and spells of wildness of Rex King of Wild Horses have earned for him the ti tle of Hollywoods most tempeia ntental star Rex who is now ap pearing Hoofs Uni versal production which opened at the Iowa theater Tuesdaywas for merly the leader of a band of rov ing horses but was captured and trained by two Texas cowboys Jack Perrin apd Barbara Worth appear in the leading human roles in PlungingHpofs Others Jn the cast are J P McGowan David Dunbar and Starligbi onolhsr upted horse The Bijou offers for Wednesday only Don Colenianin a thrilling western action picture 45 Calibre i War Perhaps the way to state a great truth is that men wear toomany foolish clothes and women not enough sensible Shoe and Leather Reporter CECIL Mason Best Theater I NELLIE PADDENS ORCHESTRA Will Play fpr the AMERICAN LEGION OtDTIMEDME Saturday Night August 24 AT THE ARMORY ADMISSION ALWAYS Last Times TUESDAY THE ALLTALKING HIT NORMA SHEARER in THE LAST OF MRS CHEYNEY Everybody says its a great show STARTS WEDNESDAY Hear New York City Talk SPEAKEASY wftfi The Bomance of the Pluckiest Girl in New York The brawls of the Speakeasy the croos cdnesg of the Eace Track the pitfalls of Bights she went throtigh all of this tosave her man PAUL PAGE LOLA LANE HENRY B WALTHALL Keep your eyes and ears Live every scene in sound ALLDSALOe FOX MOVIETONE FEATURE NOW 4Bigd Days R4LAGE No Advance in Prices i o Singing Talking I hit a man he remembers Thats nothin When I hit he Bell Hop NEWS COMEDY IOWA Tuesday Wednesday KING Of PLUNGING HOOFS It Has Everything HEAR The OldFashioned Minstrel Show You Wont Like Youll Love It SATURDAY TwinBeds With JACK MULHALL 100 AllTalking Everybodys humI ming Sleepy Valley Rainbow Man and Smjle Little Pal Hear Eddie Bowling S7 IIB Vfeii H7 happiness singer su H premesing these lan IN mm THE RAINBOW melodies 1 See this greatest talking romance Filled with clean hu mor pathos Jove and comedy Youll love The Rainbow Man just as New York did Youll love Eddie Dovvfing Mar ion Nixon and little Frank Darro MARIAN NIXON FRANKIE DARRO SAM HARDY tLOYD INGJUHAM SONOAIVr Paramount ALLTALKING Qlcture Avoid the Crowds coming 1 3 5 7 or 9 fllovietonc Vaudeville Fox Talking News   

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