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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 6, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBEGAZEXTE 2 AMENDMENTS AT CONFERENCE M E Minister Moves for Minimum Salary for Pastors Sept6 coMtitvtional amendments one to admit laymen to ministerial con and the other toempower central conferences to elect bishops will be acted upon by the Iowa con ference of Methodist Episcopal churches here today The first amendment Is expected to pass but it must also be acteJ upon by the 1930 conference before becoming effective f Yesterdays sessions were fea tured by a plea for an increase in ministers wages which was em bodied in a resolution presented by the Rev R J Pike of Richmond asking a minimum wage of a year and a house The resolution wasreferred toa special committee for rewording and will be presented to the confer ence later believe la mustard plasters doctor I always order them for patients who call me out in the middle of the night when theres nothing the matter with The Pathfinder LOOK for the famous redand green package when ever you buy corn flakes It means gen uine original Corn Flakes The worlds best liked readytoeat cereal CORNFLAKES Ar Mode by Kellogg in Boftlt Delicioui breakfart lunch or tapper WHERE QUALITY AND LOW PRICES Diamonds of Quality to Charming diamond rings of unusual Value one of which you may have by turning in your old diamond ring on it The diamond is bluewhite and of high quality and is en hanced by the exquisite band filigreed de signed of the 18kt white gold mounting I CONVENIENT CREDIT MURRAY JEWELRY Co M B A BLDG Before Winter Comes PAINT UP Take a look at your home Does it need painting No doubtit does Well this is the time to do it before frost and winter winds peel off what little paint is left Our Paint stands any test Let us do it for you MANNING BROS DISTRICT COURT FINES DOCTOR Eagle Grove Practitioner Jolted by Wright County Court y CLARION Sept first case in Wright county district court this week before Judge Sherwood A Clock was the hearing on the revocation of the license of Dr C H Hansen of Eagle Grove This hearing grew out of the case of the State of Iowa vs Dr C H Hansen whose license for practicing medi cine in the state of Iowa was re voked on Nov 30 1925 When the case came before the court Wednesday the state claimed that Dr Hansenwas practicing medicine in violation of the order of court and injunction revoking his license Claim wasmade that many patients who called on Dr Hanssn were treated and not charged for his services but that all patients left a sum of money laying in the room or presented it as a gift to Dr Hans en Following1 the hearing Judge Clock fined Hansen and or dered him to leave the state of Iowa and not to return except on busi ness The fine was also suspended and Hansen paroled to Attorney John Henneberry Jr of Eagle Grove who is to see that the sen tenceis carried out Dr Hans ens li cense was revokedin 1925 following his conviction in Wright county court a charge of selling nar cotics SEPTEMBER 6 192 MAY GET PERU POST 32 East State Phone 830 Rites Are Held for Decorah Woman Dies After Short Illness DECORAH Sept services wereheld from the Berge son home on Franklin street here Friday afternoon for Mrs Mathea Bergeson 80 who died Tuesday The Rev I B Torrison officiated Burial was made in the Norwegian cemetery Mrs Bergeson was the mother ot Robert B Bergeson manager of the Decorah Posten She had been in her I usual health until last Saturday When she complained of not feeling well Heart disease was the cause of herdeath She was born in Hakedal Nor way Feb 15 1849 Her husband Ole Bergeson died in 1890 She is survived by one son Robert and one daughter Flora who is a music teacher in the Decorah public schools Onesister Lena Thompson of Chicago and a brother living in Norway also survive Minnesota Bee Show Attracts Apiarists Uunng btate rair HAMLINE Minn Sept 6 An exhibit attracting much atten tion at the state fair here this year is that of Dr W C Tanquary bee specialist of the Minnesota agricul tural experiment station showing1 bees and methods of handling their products It is one of the largest exhibits of its kind being shown in the United States this year and la de signed to reflect the growing im portance of the honey industry in the northwest with special reference to types of fine honeys which are produced in Minnesota Every step in the handling of the honey from the hive to the consum ers table is shown Large clean white combs are taken from hives and placed in a machine which cuts the cappingS from the cells oil both sides at one operation The combs 45 at a time are then placed in 3 large txtractor and whirled around at a rapid speed which throws the clear honeyby centrifugal force to the sides of the extractor tank down which it runs to the bottom of the tank Hoy T Davis of Columbia Mo now minister to Costa Bica is mentioned as possible successor to Alexander PMoore as ambassador to Peru A Scotch traveling salesman held up In the Orkney Islands by a bad storm telegraphed his firm in Aber deen Marooned here by storm wire instructions The reply came Start summer vacation as from co Gas Mask The GlobeGazette Offers a Booklet on School Lunches Uncle Sam knows that proper feeding Is the most important step in making good pupils of uie millions of children in the schools of this vast country To meet the special needs of his great army of little citizens hehas issued a booklet which tells The importance of good bread How to pack the basket lunch What food children should have How to prepare lunches at school How to make the rural school lunch How to prepare the noon meal at home How to handle food with clean liness Send in your order today Fill in the attached coupon Frederic J Haskln Director The GlobeGazette Information Bureau Washington D C f inclose herewith 4 centa In coin or stamps for a copy of the booklet SCHOOL LUNCHES Name Street Clty State LAKE SHIPPERS FIND INCREASE Shipments of Iron Grain and Coal Are Larger This Year DULUTH Sept 6 in the lake shipping at the head of the lakes during the season up to Sept 1 points to a record year for iron ore grains and coal according to figures given out by officials here Indications already point to heavier movements of grain and ore from the Head of theLakes and receipts of coalas compared to the Jake season of 1928 The month of August was a heavy rone in the movement of grata and ore while coal receipts fortha past month phows a large increase over the total brpt here up to Sept 1 last yean Show an Increase Shipments of iron ore Sept 1 amountedto 43717787tons an in crease of 11200094 tons as com pared tothe corresponding period a year ago when shipments aggre gated 32517693 tons Grain receipts at the Head of the Lakes during 24 314289 bushels almost doubled the receipts of all grains here during August 1928 according to official I reports while despite quiet export inqury there was an increase in shipments ofgrains last month as against the month of August last year Grain and Cool Increases Goalreceipts at Dulutb Sept 1 aggregated 7598428 tons with the receipts during August totaling 1567742 tons On Sept 1 last year coal receipts here were 6687196 giving this years receipts an in crease of 908332 tons Shipments of grain from the head of thelakes for May June July and August this year reveal a total I of 60816698 bushels with the Au gust shipments amounting to 14 468760 bushels compared to11209 304 bushels In August 1928 The receipts last month of all grains here 24344389 bushels shows an increase of 11458845 bushels as against August 1928 Secretary of War to Visit Keokuk During Patriotic Ceremonies KEOKUK Sept 6 of War Good former lowan will come back to this state for an of ficial visit during a program in mem ory of the Old Estes house here Oct 1 and 2 Keokuk will be host at that time to veterans of several wars and to women prominent in Iowa patriotic societies Civil war dayswhen Keokuk was the scat of a government hospital will be recalled in the programs Tablets in memory of veterans will he dedicated at several points in tha city includingone at the natlonel soldiers cemetery Secretary Good will give the prin cipal address Oct 2 at the cemetery and Gov John Hammill will speak at the dedication of a tablet atFifta and Main streets DesMoines Man Falls Into Toils of Law in Britt Is Given Fine Sept Lowenbuw or Des Moinea was fined Thursday m a local court for larceny Mr Lowenburg stole five gallons of oil from the Standard Oil station here sometime before closing time Wednesday evening Mr Lowenburjr was also charged with drunkeness and disorderly conduct He was ar rested in Wesley Thursday with the ftalftin3 Ot in his car and H Vr C03ts here aJustice H H Mulhns court Thursday Funeral Services Are Held for Greene Man GREENE Sept serv ices for Joe Campbell who died Tuesday afternoon at his home here Tre eJd in Stl Marys Catholic church Friday morning The Rev Beside h3 wife Mr Campbell is survived by two daughters Anna and Marie Burial was in Dougherty Plymouth Woman Buried PLYYMOUTH Sept fu neral of Mrs Ira Finch was held In the Methodist church Thursday afternoon with the Rev Mr Gai breth In charge Burial was made in Oakwood cemetery Mrs Finch died Tuesday after a long illness with cancer LIQUOR DEALERS EXPENSES GAIN Parsons Equipment Valued at Confiscated FOHT DODGE Sept 6 Operation of anillega liquor busi ness in northern Iowa is a costlv and highly speculative industry If rlgures released yesterday by Col George Parsons northern district administrator mean anything During his first six months in harge of prohibition enforcement n northern Iowa illegal liquor and rootlegging accessories worth more than 5205000 were seized Parsons also reported 246 arrests Twentysix automobiles valued at 520000 55stills worth approxi mately 3511 gallons of li quor which could be turned over to the consumer 100 000 gallons ofmash costing Theseizure of three Dubuque dis tilleries producing 1350 gallons of alcohol dally and valued at 585000 augmented the figures turned in Fire Chief Stages Hoax to Curb Autoists Who Race With Fire Motors WYMORE Nebr Sept 6 UP mze Chief Henry Anderson cf Wyroore believes he has found a cure for those motorists whoinsist on racingto a fire with the fire engines On a recent night he had the fire alarm sounded As usual it was the signal for a number of motorists to tag the fire equipment Chief An derson had his men drive across town to the west side and then by a circuitous route returned to the fire engine house By the time the engine house was reached a cara van of motor cars a couple blocks in length had formed a parade be hind the engine Chief Anderson then announced it was merely a fire drill and there wasnt any fire Carpenter Teachers Are Selected for New Year Bus Drivers Are Hired CARPENTER Sept Car penter consolidated school opened Tuesday with the following teach ers William Mier superintendent B P Hegg principal Miss Ruth Crawford English and domestic sci ence Miss Laura Richey seventh and eighth grades Miss Eleen Nel son fifth and sixth grades Miss Blanche Thorson third and fourth and Mrs B P Hegg first and sec ond The following were elected as bus drivers O C Hollotz J J Priem Harold Nicholson Clarence Johnson and Nellie Gorgohern Sever Lee is janitor Fort Dodge Salesman Is Found Dead Beneath His CaratHumboldlj HUMBOLDT Sept Kamp 38 a salesman for a furnir ture firm of Ft Dodge was founrt dead on primary highway No Iflt near here Wednesday night A pass ing motorist found the car with thai lights on near the Frank Helliclc son farm and Kamp beneath the can dead Coroner E W Sproule waa called from here and pronounced that death was caused Irani beart disease His body was brbt to tha Hopley undertaking rooms Sere un til his family at Ft Dodge claimed the body and it was taken to Fort Dodge With 5000000 golf players base mil fans marathon dancers non stop flyers and 20000000 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