Mason City Globe Gazette, August 20, 1929, Page 4

Mason City Globe Gazette

August 20, 1929

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 20, 1929, Mason City, Iowa FOUR MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE 18 MEN DIE 7 IN EXPLOSION Huge Ammunition Stores Blow Up Near Buch arest BUCHAREST Aug 20 At least 18 soldiers were killed and iO founded when an Immense amouut of ammunition in the old Fort M6 mesti near here blew up last night Aa there were many workmen in the building It was believed the cas ualty list might be much larger Tokyo Naval Officer Is Ordered to London to Discuss Navy Cut TOKYO 20 Capt Sa buro Sato of the naval affairs bu reau has been ordered to proceed to London to exchange views on dis armament questions with Tauneo Itatsudalra Japanese ambassador w London It is understood that Captan Sato will explain the details of re cent interdepartmental deliberations between the foreign office and tha H wH then act as specia dis armament attache at the embassy Wiltse Trial Deferred iv Until Principals Are Released From Hospital HAMPTON Aug Lloyd WiltaeCharles City driver ol the coupe which collided with a sedan occupied by the Clifford Gray family on U S Highway No IS west of here Sunday night is still In the local hospital under arrest on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated Hearing will be postponed until he is re leased Mrs Walter Linnell also of Charles City is charged with in toxication but was released late Sunday evening on an appearance MtS hls twosons received SUES CLARAS FIANCE FOR Ellen Franks above pretty Pittsburgh dancer has filed suit for against Harry Kichmnn fiance of Clara Bow of the movies charginghimwith mistreatment The girl was discovered hiding In Warren Pa in an attempt to escape publicity resulting from her charges Blchman night club king and Miss Boiv recently an nounced their engagement FLOYD WCU HEAR SPEAKERS County Attorney Thompson and Lafe Hill Address Convention NORA SPRINGS Aug Floyd county WC T U conven tion was held at the Evangelical church here Friday The forenoon session consisted of the usual busi ness proceedings The officers elect ed were Mrs Catherine Carter pres ident Mrs Nettle Cutler vice presi dent Mrs Jennie Hoffman secre tary and Mrs Nette Swartwood as treasurer The president gave a talk followed by noon tide prayer At the afternoon ses sion following devotions reports were given by county superintend ents of departments and reports from the local unions Mrs Ryon Speaks Mrs Mary Ryon of Charles City gave an address on Patriotism and Power of the Citizen after which Miss Hazel Coon principal of the Jefferson school at Mason City gavea talk on Education for Citi zenship as they are teaching1 it in the Mason City schools Representative Lafe Hill gave a talk on some of the bills that came up before the legislature during the past session Mrs Nette Swartwood gave a talk onThe Needofthe At the evening session the Rev H A Crumb gave the invocation MrsGeorge Buckman sang two solosMargaret Moody and Elinor Cutler gave two saxophone duets after which Frederick Ritze gave the reading Defends Mr Volstead The Girl Scouts gave an exercise and sang two songsand a womens quartet sang Scoutmaster Henry Lucas told of the Jamboree at Birkenhead England where 50 000 boys from all overthe world are gathered one of them Robert Moody being from Nora Springs I scalp wound and was severely Kites Are Held for Gray who was accompanied by bruised His sons Richard age 2 and Sherwood 12 were both severe lycut Mrs Gray wasbruised Mrs AT J Burke went to Cedar Rapids Sunday afternoon to attend the funeral of their oldest son Vic The GlobeGazette Offers to Its Readers a Booklet About Dogs The United States Govern ments booklet about dogs gives the history of leading breeds It is a fullyiHus trated authentic guideto dog facts y Send for your copy today In close 4 cents in coin or stamps for return postage and handling Use the coupon Frederic J Haskln Director The GlobeGazette Information Bureau Washington D C I Inclose herewith 4 cents in coin orstamps for a copy of the booklet BREEDS OF DOGS Name reet City State Boy lulled by Playmate SHAW AND Wis Aug 20 George ICoepsel S was killed yester day when his playmate Harvey Redman 8 accidentaly discharged gun as they were about to put on awild west show y TWO WEEKS VACATION 1 and Mrs William Brandenbuig are at home after a va cation of two weeks spent in the Black Hills and visiting relatives at Nuron Pierre Flahdreau and Lime S Dak and at St Paul Minn WILL ATTEND CONFERENCE TO WED WASHINGTON OFFICIAL Miss Smith of Harrington R I will be married in beptember to John Chalice Meikle of Washington D C confidential secretary to James J Davis secretary of labor The local Boy Scouts gave a dem onstration CountyAttorney Speaks Roe Thompson county attorney of Cerro Gordd county gave an ad dress in which he told much of in terest about court procedure the layman knows little of He mentioned the bill which came before the legislature that would have provided for a prison farm where prisoners would work instead of lying idle and that the bill was not passed Representative HlHfol lowed with an explanationof how the bill was lost tho he had been its author thru secret maneuvers IS VISITING PARENTS EAGLE William Rawltzer of Grand Forks S Dak with her two boys Billy and VVurren fs visitingher parents Mr and Mrs W Plxlor Mr Rawitzer has ac cepted a traveling position with the Skolly Oil company and will make his headquarters at Norfolk Nebr Top Hats Moustaches and Long Tailed Coats Are Worn by Financiers LONDON Aug 20 achieve success in British finance one must 1 wear a top hat 2 wear a long tailed coatp 3 grow a moustache Those are throe distinguishing features of the men who operate In the City as Londons Wall street district is known In the city one sees more top hats long tailed coats and moustaches in 10 minutes than in one hour in any other part of London A collector recently gathered to gether the pictures of al the leadiae men in BrltishVfinance chairmen of companies directors of banks and industrial magnates and to his sur prise the majority of them were either moustached or bearded Altho the movement of a select group ofEnglishmen for dress re form entailing the wearing of shovts and Byronian collars is making Blow headway in certain quarters of London in the city even the bauk clerks continue to wear toppers and long tails Swedes Taller Healthier STOCKHOLM Aug 20 UP The Swedes are growing taller and healthier it has just been brot out by the army medical department which annually examines Swedens conscripted soldiers From 1887 to 1927 the average heigfit of these young Swedes has increased from 1692 centimeters to 1727 centi meters or 35 centimeters about 140 inches in 40 years At the same time nearly all sorts of diseases have declined particularly eye ear and bone ailments HELD FAMILY REUNION annual reunion oC the Mnnlfold and Jones families was hold at Four Mile Grove southeast of Hampton About a dozen families from turnout were present and Mr and MrsRay Manifold and daughters tf LeMarte 111 who are visiting here were aroons the guests The total at tendancs was about 100 ATTEND ENCAMPMENT ana Mrs E H t I Wahlert left In their car for Dixoii VI HI to attend a threedays cnchmiii jH mont of veterans of tHe Spanlsji American war and n reunionoC ha sixth Illinois regiment of which Mr Walilert was a member ARRIVE FOR VISIT and Mrs Jesse Cur tis anil son Clare and Merlin Evans of Detroit Mich have arrived to spend a few days with friends VISITING PLYMOUTH RELATIVES Miss Laura Small and brother Arthur ot Plattville AVfs have arrived for a visit with relatives here Paul Says Around noon each day thoughts turn to lunch and lunch to dozens and dozens of people means a visit to the Green place where every appetite finds satisfactory se lections of perfectly prepared and served foods t MEET YOUR FRIENDS AT THE 1 GREEN MILL CAFE I Hie Home of Good Food Former Rockwell Man ROCKWELL A ug and tor who passed away at St Lukes hospital in Chicago late Saturday night Mr and Mrs E J Campbell j the latter a sister of tbe deceased j and Mr and Mrs James ETreston imcle and aunt are also in Cedar Rapids for the funeral which held Tuesday morning The de ceased was a traveling salesman and leaevs a wife anathree small childrenHe was about 40 years of age Back From Hospital TriONKA Aug V Rev and Mrs T j Pendergast returned Sunday from J Hoovprdt Princeton 111 are visitthe Irish hospital of Forest City hie their daughters Mrs Drahelm and where he was operated upon for ap Mis Dodd Whilehere they win ntpendicitis several weeks ago A the tend the annual conference of Wesleyaii church at Charles City ENJOYED FISHING TRIP Mr and Mrs Geoige Terrlll and children Mr and Mrs Clyde Storehouse Mr anfl Mrs Earl Allen andsons Mr tnd Mrs Rex Morehouso and son and Mr and Ma WM Endriss and family recently enjoyed a nicnlo and fishlhe trip at trained nurse accompanied him and will remain a few days Mr Pen dergast is an engineer on the local Rock Island out of Titonka BUYS NEW PIANO circle 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