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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 10, 1929, Mason City, Iowa TEN GOVERNMENT IN LOSES One Vote Decides Issue by Premier Bruce CANBERRA Australia Sept 10 Australian government of Premiers M Bruce suffered defeat by one vote today during the com mittee stage of a bill to abolish fed eral arbitration In labor disputes later stated that govern leaders were considering their position and might be forced to re sign Dissolution of parliament is ex pected tomorrow An amendment to postpone the operation of the arbitration aboli tion bill pending reference to the electors was carried by 35 votes to 34 Sousa Conducts His Band Concert Despite Injuries in Accident WALSENBURG Colo Sept 30 he was shaken up in a train wreck at Capps 13 miles of here yesterday John Phillip Sousa noted band master continued his Journey bymotor car to Trinidad Colo and directed his band lnaconcert last night Seven members of the band were slightly Injured when Sousas special train left thetracks Disappearance of U S Films From Screen Worry French SARIS Sept 10 ance of American films from French screens Courrler Cinematogra phique said today has caused a de crease of 50 per cent in the revenues of French movie houses during the past montli as compared with the same period ih 1928 Thepaper added that officials of the French film syndicate were be ing pressed by the exhibitors to re sign because they had failed to reach an agreement with the American producers May Be First Class WASHINGTON Sept 20 Prediction that the postoffice here may become a first class station in 1930 was made fcy Harry McCall postmaster who said this years re ceipts lacked only of reachjmr the required mark The wets say prohibition is a fail ure and the Jrys insist that it is a so why in the world dont MASON CITYGLOBfiGAZETTJK Where Arabs Killed Students Technical college on Mount Carmel overlooking Haifa Arabs attacked Jewish students Pauls Radio Service Will Exhibit the New Screen Grid SILVER At The Radio Show Wednesday mid Thursday Nights 3033 EAST STATE STREET You havent heard anything yet if you havent heard this Wonder Set Four ScreenGrid tubes and three years of engineering devoted to the prfectmgof this particular set Also showing the new EARL 8 TUBE Console Model With Dynamic Speaker Completely Equipped for 50 Allison Fair Fails to Measure Up to Record Set by Last Years Fair ALLISON Sept to bad weather the gate receipts for the Butler county fair this year fell under that of last year by about The receipts this year were 54200 If the weather had been fa vorable the general opinion is that the attendance this year would have been larger The exhibits this year were bigger than last hog exhlbitts about up with last year and the poultry ex hibits larger The county calf club exhibits showed a great deal of Im provement The poultry exhibit was so large that there was not room to accommodate all The school work of the county was well repre sented with not quite enough room for all of It Childrens day was on Wednesday but on account of rain on that day the fair board decided to make Friday Childrens day also Bowery dances were held each night by American Legion It is hard for some to comprehend why there Is objection to a funny story because Its Louis Globe Democrat Butler Teachers to Meet in Allison at Annual Convention ALLISON Sept Butler county fiftysixth Inspirational In stitute will be held at the opera house In Allison Sept 1213 All Butler county schools will be closed as the law requires the attendance of every teacher The public is in vited to attend The institute faculty Is composed of C V Williams of the Kansas State Agricultural college Manhat SEPTEMBER 10 tan Kans Mrs Adella G Duncan instructor at Mankato Minn J G Masters principal of Central high school Omaha Nebr Miss Ruth Pritchard instructor of Des Moines and p O Garrert of Cedar Falls The roundtable leaders are Hlgli school Supt L H payis Supt R J Carroll Supt G Messer English Florence Feuerhelm Greene mathe matics Bernice Goff Clarksville history Amelia Bracka New Hart ford commercial Ferrol Huyck Aplingtdn music Maytne Ferguson Shell Rockhome economics Flor ence Peters Dumont junior high school Rosalia Fisk Aredale and primary Olive Simmons Apllngton Body of Minnesota Man Buried at Forest City 1 FOREST CITT Sept body of H L Wells who died at his home near Glyndon Minn arrived In Forest City Wednesday for burial in Oakwood cetneteryi He Is survived by his wife formerly1 Mary Cole a pioneer resident of Forest City and hiap daughter Daryl Relatives here are Mr anq Mrs C M Webster and Mr Mrs Harmon Lundberg and family TLings WOK nan for Christmas The necktie makers are on Waterloo Tribune ITS A CHAKLBS FRESHMAN PRODUCT See Us At The Show and ask us about your Radio Service problems thats our specialty Well meet you witha smile andyoull be glad you came PAUL CLEMENT Prop t rr K C BUILDING fALL Qrr Erases A most delightful selectionof all that is NEW FASH IONABLE and EX QUISITE for Autumn Stetsonstyled in autumn brown Will give comfort and look the part of shoes Fashioned In brown suede and kid combination also in blue suede and kid combi Shoes That Flatter Your Feet Shown in dull kid brown calf and kid LAIRD SHOE CO eason f IS YOURS READY The The fabric revived and refreshed Smartness and character restored 1 Test the results given by our improved process of drycleaning by sending us your topcoat today See how we recondi tion the every thread give the cloth the softness the nice rich feel of new the spots and stains Then learn the skill with which we bring back smart lines and character to your topcoat Real a mere smoothing out of the a shape moulding done by men who study how your topcoat was built 14 E State St Phone early in the to you next day Journeyman Tailors are here waiting to do repairs relining and alterations A low flat price for every kind of job CRAFTSMEN IN KEEPING THINGS NEW
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