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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 6, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                SEPTEMBER 6 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE ITVE Has the laxative inyour home a family doctors approval MOST of us value our health too much to purposely neg lect ourselves when we aro warned of constipation by bad breath feverishness biliousness a headache lack of appetite or that weak helpless feeling The continuation of our trouble is more often due to the things we do rather than the things we leave undone Some things people do to help the bowels really weaken these organs Only a doctor knows what things will cleanse the sys tem without harm Thats why the laxative in your home should have a family doctors approval A wonderful product now known to millions of people as Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin is a family doctors prescription for sluggish bowels It never varies from the original prescription which Dr Caldwell wrote thousands of times in his many years of practice at Monti cello 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council might deal more effec tively with any international crisis which raised the spectre of war Henderson made only brief allu sion to tho AngloAmerican naval i conversations conducted by Premier argest Attendance in 71 Years Is Had at Kos suth rair j Ramsay MacDonald and Ambassa ALGONA Sept GThe BnSlantl county fair had the largest attendj was useess for the n league preparatory disarmament I Crowd at Fair for Auto Race Program CONTINUED FROM PACK 1 is trained and directed by Gerald Prescott The band was followed ry a series of floats appealing to Iho eye and yet carrying messages of ont tonsconernedo tribute I Mason CHy Mlk Marketing associa of j bit to a general disarmament afrreel HQn Cen Bureau mce in all its history of 71 years he largo crowd The ball game between Falrmi Minn and the Baysidc Cubs Lake was won by Fairmont i ment jy a score of 7 to 3 Batteries for I Fairmont were Gardner and Fred ctte for the Bayside Cubs Phillips and OBrien The umpire was Marty of Algona i Race results are trot added Worthy S S McCann Toledo first Charlie Hardy William Galbreth Newton second Waxey Maxer Bert Shrevd Lincoln Nebr third Best time pace added Tjads Folly M F Spillane Waseca Minn first Margaret G Brook C L Fisher Eagle Grove second Sis Man Pred Martin Algona third Best time The fair will close Friday night with a grand windup There will be polo games push ball games and automobile head on collision and shower of dirt descended a brick auto and motorcycle races A grand from the wells facing strikingand advancement in I cooperaton Organizations agriculture thru presented in bv foatsare as follows elevators erro creamery general disarmament agree Ottumwa Man Held in Cavein May Die CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 Priest 53 year old well cleaner was battling against death this morning while rescuers attempted to fret him from his well prison 35 feet be low tho surface Continued caveins frustrated all attempts of workers to extricate Priest from his prison Once Partly Freed At one time last night they had him freed to tha waist but another display of fireworks iu the evening will close the fair NationWide Hunt for Swindler Starts CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 person who said he was Waggoner tho six New York banks were also on the lookout for the bankers check as that is the only piece of paper which could be con verted Into cash C E Dowtain cashier of the Bank of Telluride told bankers here over the telephone that Mr Wag goner left Telluride for New Yoik last week and he believed he was still here The cashier said he signed a num ber of blank drafts for Waggoner to be used while Downtain was on his vacation He said he did not know what Waggoner did with the blank drafts Scheme Discovered Tuesday The scheme was discovered last Tuesday when the Denver banks received notices from their Now York corresponding banks that th various transfers ordered in the codn telegrams had been executed The Denver bankers immediately com municated with New York repudia ting the orders as fraudulent Bankers here asked the district attorneys office to assist in the search for the person represented as Waggoner Turning their investigation to Tel luride for clews as to the motivn behind the transaction state bank ing officials found the Bank of Tel luride solvent altho its business had depreciated greatly during the last few years because of the decline of the mining industry in that sec tion Said It Was Gift The mystery surrounding the transaction waa heightened by the publication in Denver of a statement that a Denver banker who refused to allow his name to be used had received a letter from Waggoner Monday saying I have just received a gift from the Denver Clearing House association at least I assume it is a gift for there are no strings attached to it It was known here that Waggoner left his home In Telluride Aug 5 and was in Denver Aug 28 Deles Waggoner the bankers son said he did not know his fathers where abouts Injuring Ed Kirkland a fireman Priest was at work cleaning the Portland township 4H club the j Owen township 4H club the Lake jtowuship 4H club the Lime Creole 4H club the Cerro Gordo boys 4H club Mason township 4H club Pleasant Ridge club Portland town ship Farm Bureau Lake township Farm Bureau and the Cerro Gordo Cow Testing association Prepared by Boys One of the interesting floats was prepared by the Cerro Gordo boya club They fashioned a boatIlka craft and in which they transported a pony and a calf indicative of the nature of their work On the top of their float a pair of ducks and a pair of chickens rode serenely show ing1 that the boys included poultry in their work Another of the floats which cre ated considerable interest and which aptly visualized the spirt of modern agriculture was the Pleasant Ridge float drawn by a score o blueover well when the loosened dirt from he side plunged down upon him Buried at 10 a m yesterday he ivas still alive at 6 a m and told workers he was keeping his nerve Thru the night the rescuers worked cribbing the walls of the well to prevent further caveiiis Priests body was apparently in an upright position his feet resting on the quicksand bottom of the well Sufo From Being Smothered Wouldbe rescuers received assur ance from the trapped man shortly after 6 a m that he was apparent ly safe from being smothered as rocks which fell around him hud kept the quicksand from closing in on him He could not be seen but his voice carried to the top ns strong as when he was first sought As many as 3000 persons were estimated to have crowded around to watch rescue operations at one time last night and thruout the night a number stayed on hand ailed farmers The float bore the banner We Pull Together The livestock parade was headed by the horse exhibits Only winners of first prizes came before Ihe grandstand yet with the floats f M Cerwinski Rockford anil J M Stevenson and son Masou City Drum Corps Performs Holstoins wcro paraded by Fred Feiblow Aurora J B Schcrmcr liorn Mason City John DeYVikta New Hampton and Hawks and Bruun Sheffield Tho Guernsey breeders were Fayette county herd Fayette Herbert Rowland a for mer club boy from St Ansgar the Frecborn county herd Albert Loa and F S Furness Hanlontown Perhaps an outstanding feature of the parade for many was the per formance of the Senegalese drum corps and Ufe Mason City high school band Both presented march ing music oC the finest type for the huge parade The SenegaUise corps halted before the ampitheater and gave a sample ot its fancy drumming and bugle work Won First Place The Lime Creek 4H girls club won first place with Hs float in the division for 4H clubs Seventyfive dollars in prizes was offered of which total the Lime Creek girls wbn 515 as first prize Their float represented a human health gar den with n group ot about a dozen girls dressed to represent vege tables so that sprightly tomatoes cabbages corn and carrots dis ported themselves in tjie car Lime Creek covered itself with glory by taking the second prize as well The boys club won second with their car built on the motif of Building Better Farms Third place went to Mason town ship girls club Their float to rep resent a human health garden with live models representing vegetabJe In another portion of the float a canning demonstration with actual vegetables was also going on Portland Owen and Lake town ship each won 5750 with their floats Portland represented the and the bands the track was en contributions of 4H club work tirely filled Those having horses in Owen the activities and Lake the RADIOS Are Sold By Peoples Gas 4k Electric For Better Appliances Call Us Phone 123 Change in League Covenant Suggested CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 covenant to determine whether it is necessary to make modifications in them Would Permit War Gaps existed in the covenant which make possible recourse to war when there is no unanimity among the members of the council as to which of the disputing nations is tho aggressor and when the nations themselves refuse to by the decision of the council Monday to Be Start of Fight on Tariff CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 yesterday and canvassed the situa tion thoroly reaching an agreement regarding plans for immediata pro cedure A mtion for consideration of tho administrative sections of the mea sure will be made by Senator Sim mons of North Carolina ranking democrat of the finance committee but not until after he has sought a vote on his own proposal that the treasury furnish income tax infer mation with respect to the profits and losses in recent years of indi viduals and corporations who would be affected by proposed tariff revi sions Chairman Smoot of the finance committee has said he has no ob jection to considering the adminis trative provisions of the bill before going out into a discussion of speci fic rate changes Robinson Bliimes Hoover While both Robinson and Borah wcrd reticent regarding thu details of their conference tho democratic leader issued a lengthy statement on the program of hin party col leagues and charged that politics was responsible for the republican effort to revise tho tariff schedules at the present time President Hoover he accused of an unwillingness to exercise his leadership for the purpose of caus ing the enactment of a just mea sure the parade were Charles A Ames Mason City B L Valentine St Ansgar S H Schmalle Thornton P R Stout Marble Rock and Henry Cahill Jr Mason City Was Impressive Sight One of tho most impressive sights of the afternoon happened when the cattle exhibits arrived before the amphitheater The massive herd sire owned by William McArthur Mason City Hereford breeder was led be fore the crowd by Mr McArthurs small son who wag dressed in a natty white suit Other exhibitors of Herefords were A M Matzen and sons Ma son City and Louis Matzen of Mar ble Rock Exhibitors in the Short tiorn section were J W Wilbur Hawkeye A J Hinch Dougherty the spirit with special emphasis on the social value Big Croud in Evening Thu Winter Garden revue with its swiftly changing scenes and col orful dances was viewed by a full grandstand in the big outdoor arena at the fair Thursday evening The huge platform drawn up close to the grandstand seats gave everyone a close range view of the program Among the vaudeville acts the bears were visibly the favorites Tlv daring maneuvers of the Savilla Trio the Argyle sisters and Dona hue and La Salle also won heartj applause from the huge gathering Tho midway was filled thruou the evening with a goodnatured holiday spirited crowd that patron izcd the scores of concessions Aerial Armanda in Search for Plane CONTINUED FROM PAGE I the lost airliner City of San Fran cisco iu augurated the greatest plane hunt in tho American history when they took off today to svirvey the wild area surrounding Gallup The planes part of n fleet of about 70 craft available for tho search between Albuquerque and California faced tit least to sonic degree the clanger into which the City of San Francisco flew last Tuesday when she left Albuquerque for Winslow Ariz with eight per sons aboard The airliner fighting A storm was last seen near Grants N Mex Hirairds of Searchers Cloudy weather ano poor visibil ity added to the hazards with which the searchers had to cope The agged country characterized by ugged mountains dead volcanoes and lava washes offers little oppor unity for emergency landing Because of the forbidding natures of tho terrain and the fact that no race of the piano had been found n three days of searching the be ief persisted that the City of San Francisco had met with disaster In addition to running chances of jecoming lost themselves or having o make a forced landing upon the wild terrain the initial 21 flyers faced the difficulty of being unable LO distinguish clearly objects on the queerly colored and deceptive land icape Reward ot Out The reward offer of 5000 by the transcontinental air transport oper ators of the City of San Francisco for location of the plane served to to the number of searchers Hundreds of swarthy Zunt Indians with desert trained eyes and bodies inured to the discomforts of the open spaces scoured the country around Gallup Cowboys motorists and others joined the hunt The aerial searchers went abou the job methodically today for the first time Bach craft was assignee to a given territory Unfler Aerial Observation T A T officials said their plane would work to the southwest to ward Winslow the destination o the City of San Francisco Twi other ships were assigned to tin country north and east of Winslow over the isolated villages of th Hopi and Navajo Indians Those directing the search sal that as additional planes arrive they would be sent to norther Arizona thus putting the entire stretch of country from Gallup to the Grand Canyon of Arizona under aerial observation an area more lhan 200 miles long Condemn Spillway Plan at Spirit Lake SPIRIT LAKE SeplG Dis approval by property owners anil conservationists of the construction of a CO foot spillway between Spirit Lake and East Lake Okobojl here yesterday was expected to result in a dropping to tho project In a public meeting with the board of conservation 20 persona criticized the proposal At the close of the meeting a con demning it was drafted and passed The board with Chairman W E G Snunders presiding drew up private recommendation to bs presented to Gov John Hammill The recommendation waa not mads public Rain Was Worth Money to Kossuth County Fail ALGONA Sept rain Wcd esday morning of something hon 20 of nu inch resulted in coir ection of 3000 by the Kossuth i6unty fair board in insurance Altho he events of the day for Wednes lay were called off Thursdays atr endance was one of the best in tho 1 years of the fairs existencej COMING TO MASON CITY The Ucv Bird Iloblnson commonly known as Undo Buddie will bo in iflon City at tho High School audi torium next Sunday morning1 at The Rev Mr Hobinson one of Americas moat unique preachers He tilso author n goodly number of books nnrt Writes for several religious publications Tho many experiences which Mrj Robinson has had thru tho years that to niiikc un Ids rlpo old ngo enableg him to prench the gospel in a profit able wfiy Ho is a fundamentalist in tho strictest ECHBD He hna seen multiplied thousands of people converted as a result of pronchtmj which God lias cnnbled him to do Along with Mr Robinson will ba Processor Messcr from Oklahoma City who Is an accomplished musicInrTnnd singer Ho will bless you with his singliiKThis is nn opportunity ot a life tlnio to hear these two great men They will be here but for one ser vice They aro making n tour oC Iowa under the auspices of tho Iowa District Church oC tho Nazareno CROWDS ATTEND MANLY AUCTION Constitutes Receipts of Cattle Safe What probably will bo one the i largest sales of its kind in Iowa this Therefore under the covenant year occurred at Manly Thursday the right to conduct private war re when 1292 head of cattle were soltl mains legitimate tho under the Kelj to Iowa feeders by Oswald Strand logg pact this right has been abol The sale waa attended by feeders said The pact has gone beyond the covenant and it is our duty to render the covenant as strongas the pact The British foreign secretary again won applause when he came out in strong advocacy of a general treaty which would provide financial assistance to any state becoming a victim of aggression and when he proclaimed that if this treaty should see the light of day the British gov ernment would sign it immediately He wanted this treaty to be open to all countries thus including such DANCE Kings Original Five Direct From Chlcngo COLISEUM IJRITT SEPTEMBER 7 IA from all parts of the middle west with a major part of them coming from Wisconsin Minnesota and Iowa Tliis is the fifth sale that Mr Strand has held The cattle were disposed of in 49 carload lots which brot in total re ceipts amounting to 59327475 Since the cattle wore all locally bred and adapted to the climate Mr Strand believes that each of the purchasers at the sale reiived a bargain Most of tho stock was nf high grade Shorthorn Hereford and An gus brflertimr greatest number of the offerings were steers averag ing abrmt 11G4 One or two choice lots of small baby beef and hpifor stuff also were offered by Mr Strand for 1 hose Who prefer thlfl lype of feeder Col VS 3 Murphy of Mason Clly presided nn the auction block and was assisted in the ring by William Potter Latimer L A Mattcrn Wesley and Otto Senbergflr of Ma oiiokcla The sale was clerked hy Rodney Lien of the Northwest Sav ings bank The average price a hun dred weight for the cattle waa 51022 Special Offering in Needlework Department Above is shown a hemstitched dress er scarf appliqued in gold or green on Indian head A simple pattern to work with fast color cotton thread Price You will be pleased to see the large line of new needlework just received This is the time of the year you should begin thinking of gifts Ba zaars etc See our window display and take advantage of this opportunity Hot pot holder set including placf for pencil and an eye to hang it up with throe holders A handy set and easy to work Price set 25c Dresser scarf stamped on oyster linen Quality exfra good and the pattern is simple lo work Size 16x42 Price 69c 25c Silver holders For knives forks spoons etc All bound Material is good quality art cloth Lined with double faced Domct flannel Price Thread for Needlework You will find a complete line of white ant colored cotton in several grades including D M C and J P Coates both of which arc absolutely fast color and aro snld at tho lowest priw Uso your odd moments to do this in teresting and fascinating work Dresser scarf with hemstitched hem good quality part linen material An attractive pattern that is not difficult to work Size 17x43 Price i A good quality tubing 12 inches wide with i stamped design that is easy to work Very attractive Price Pillow cases Good finality rase muslin 12 inches wide tern is not difficult to make Special pair pillow pat 75c MANY OTHER PIECES OF FANCY STAMPED GOODS OF ALT KINDS IGOU CO Worked models of ail the above pieces are shown in our needlework department A   

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