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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 16, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                EIGHT MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE SEPTEMBER Informal Procedure of Court Deputy Revealed in Old Court Records WESTUNION Sept 16 formalities of the first session of courtiheld county July are revealed in old county records The jtfdffe directed Deputy Sheriff Simeon B Forbes to open court DR C R SMITH Chiropractor 30M East State Phone Forbes was in a quandary he had never seen a court called to order Knowing Ije must do something he went to the window of thevWest Union house being used as room and yelled outside Boys courtSrbegun After thfe session hewas directed toclosethe court Satisfied that his opening procedure was correct Forbes quit as you admit you were three miles away digging potatoes when thisman was arrested for speeding howcan you testifythat the car was going at therinost only 20 miles an hour Ah used to own dat Tribune PALAIS ROYAL HAS A HOSIERY DEPARTMENT That Department features RomillaBrand Hosewhich believe to be the most beautiful iit America today TRY A PAIR Prices MASON CITY 101 NORTH 1TEDKKAI A mer i ca 9sfines t mediumpriced automobile and learn wjiat a difference there is thcjinipreasive superiority Anidrcail Sfii clearly than in its remarkable Oaidands engine has among other features the large piston displacement necessary in developing high power at the moderate engine speed essential to long Harmonic Balancer to neutralize torsional vibration in the bia cuit mountings to insulate it from the frame and make it incomparably smooth and free from vibration Drire this and learn what a dif ference these features make We will prove to your complete satisfaction that todays Oakland is Americas finest mediumpriced automobile Why Oakland is unrivaled in performance at its price The foUnrtnc were obtained froma compmrUonof the Oak AnAnseriesn Six with ap other medhsmprieed bila All told 871 Individual were made Of these Oakubid prolred to be dutiactly n 4 St or St J 7 per cent The 20 were beatentlil to OUand on 383 or 4350 per cent And 13 of the 10 were hitherpriced than bmdl PISTON DISPLACEMENT OafclAnda puton dupUcetnent U peacer lima II of tbe 20 can in Ita ptice field Of the ft remaining cars 7 are Oakland GMR CY11NDER HEAD Only Oakland mad one other ear Jn the field uae the OMR cyl1 fcoder Sixteen have no type of cylinder altnonch 11 of tha 16 Tijunalle to buy RUBBER ENGINE MOUNTING Only OaJdaod intie entire employs rubber bucuit iniu lators While others daim rubbefj none offers such re aiUeqec and permanent freedom from vibration ai HARMONIC BJOANCER Only Oakland and one other car in the field oave the Harmonic Balancer Of 13 cars using same other device 11 are higherpriced than Oakland Oaklands ahaft is folly connterwevhted The crankshafts in nine higher priced cars are not counto at all CRANKCASE VENTliATION While mojt cars in the field hsva craokcaae ventilation ooly Oak laod and one other accordlnc to arrauabtc injbrmatien have any method for eteamina the air Six han not although three of Um are than Oakatad CatutoW Otfddlrfni prio a well tha f a b whaai emapaniac antoroobiiii Taioea Oakland foaitiaai IneliuU emir anthoriied dclrfwy Jtnd coarK4 fat any Maorieai or finanHna AND UP JOHN GALLAGHER OAKLAND AND PONT1AC MOTOR CARS AND SERVICE Z527 Second St SE Phone 1567 HOOVER NAMES GUfiGEillM Aviation Enthusiast Will Be New Ambassador to Cuba 16 Harry F Guggenheim had heen named fay President Hoover as Am bassador to Cuba nuplace of Noble Brandon Jiidab of Chicago who re cently resigned Th e name of the new ambassador had been promi nently mentioned in diplomatic circles for some tfme and the ap pointment was confirmed at the white house today Guggenheimhas recently become one of the leading supporters of American aviation as president of the Guggenheim Fund for the motion of AeronauticSIu thatworl he has been closely associated with 7 Held for Death of Relief Worker CONTINOED FROM PAGE 1 tion strike violence centered in the resumption here today of hear l ings one involving 14 alleged anti I communist Jnembers of last Mon i days mob whichflogged one union iman and kidnaped two others and the other involving eight comimav ists and union with conspiring to overthrow the government in North Carolina A third hearing in Gastonia con cerned two unionists arrested on charges of carrying concealed wea pons ivas set in Gastonia To Have Another Trial The inquest into the slaying of Mrs Wiggins for which seven men have been arrested and placed un der bond of l000each oh charges of manslaughter was recessed yes terday until next Saturday Trial of 16 men and women for Charles A Lindbergh whom heap the slaying of Police Chief 6 F pointed as one of the trustees of the fund The interest of the new Cuban envoy inflying started during the World war as he served in the naval aviation forces in both France and Italy He rose t6 the rank of lieutenant commander and was rec ommehded by Admiral Sims for a citation for exceptional services The navydepartment however failed to act on the citation Last year he was awarded the gold medal of the American ArbU tration association for distinguished Aderholt of Gastonia a mistrial in which was fallowed Immediately by mob activities last Monday will come up againat the next term of coijrt The seven charged with responsi bility for Mrs Wiggins death com prise four men who occMpied a car Jefferson Oarage Manly la Drake Bros Crystal lake la Twi to Motor Co Lake Mills la N O Otiverson Fertile la Zobtl Auto Britt la ft Mellow Kanawha In RfainStreet Garage Clear Lake la Rockwell la ZolelAuto Co Underwood Teterspn North wood la lav Hockett OsngeV lal AMERICAN ar CEMEKAL MOTOR which forced a truck load of strik ers fjeeirigfrom a mob off the Gas I toniaBessemer city highway and three who were in the truck with her Eight Are Charged F T Morrow was the driver of service in the promotion of peace the car whichforced the truckoff the road and collided with it His companions were Theodore Sims Lowry Davis and Troy Jones Others charged with manslaughter are George Lingerfelt driver of the truck L Sossman and Will Lues employes of the Loray mill at Gastonia Mrs Wiggins was shot and wounded fatally just after the truck load of textile1 union members and theautomobilecollided Cases of eight persona charged with conspiracy to overthrovv the I governmentWere setfor recorders court here today The charges fotr lowed seizure in a house here CADILLAC TO BUILD NEW CAR 16 Cylinder Fleetwood Will Be Put on Market WitH in Year DETROIT Mich Sept TheCadillac Motor Car company thru its president Lawrence P Fisher makes thestatement that during the comingyear the com panywill in all probability place on the market a 16cylinder super mo tor car This new carl ac cording to Mr Fisher has been designed and developed by the same engineers who are respon sible for the Cadillac and LaSallc eight cyinder lines rand will be BJI addition to these well known and established products iri this country Every year there are sold soms foreign cars as well as a limitwi number of domestic automobiles which have as their chief appeal clusiveness luxurious appointments and unusual performance for this limited market that this supnr NEW BUILDINGS INCREASE VALUE Three Iowa Cities Fall Be low 1928 Mark in August DES JIOINES Sept 16 ports received from 12 of 16 first class cities inIowa showed that in August 1929 gains In the value of new dwellings were made by nine losses occurred in three and no re port was inade by four over the same periodin 1928 The reports were madeto the state sanitary en gineering and housing division of the state department of health Cities showing loss in new dwell ings valuations were Fort Dodae Marahalltown Muscatine Wo re port was received from Dubuque Clinton Ottumwa or Iowa City Gains were made in the cities of Des Moines Sioux City Davenport Cedar Rapids Council Eluffe Wa terloo Burlington Mason City and Keokuk Comparative figures showing gain in valuation of new dwellings for August 1929 over the previous year same month are Des Moines from to 5146350 Sioux City to Daven port to Cedar Rap ide to Council Bluffs to Water loo to Burlngton to Mason City to Keokuk to Comparative valuations in new dwellings dropped in Fort Dodge from 45750 in August 1928 to in August 1929 Muscatine from to MarstiaU town from to All cities in the list gained in val ue of remodeling excepting Water loo Burlington and Fort Dodge No report for August this year wasre ceived from DubuqueClinton Ot tumwa and Iowa City The grand total of building value for the reported cities in August 1928 waa compared with in August 1928 but in the last year compilation all cities re ported except Clinton which ac counts for the increase in total va lue of the group ance Aids Verdun Cathedral VERDUN France An anonymous American has given 100000 help repair war damages to the Ca thedral of Verdun The letter which accompanied the glfp asked the Bishop of Verdun not to reveal the Americans name Thursday night of arnis and arrimu nitiOQ including several riot guns BOYDIEOFfER WOUND BY PISTOL Funeral for Donald Ardrtiger 15 Gun Victim To Be at Helper la Funeral service for Donald Ar dinger 15 son of Mr and MrsH car yagdesignedMr Fisher furj G Ardinger 20 Sixth street south west whodied at 3 oclockSunday in motor cars have attained adegree Of ex cellence supplying any real need there are a few motorists willing to pay for the ultra regardless of price He also adds that the Cadillac plants at Detroit are capable of Building as fine an automobile as is possible to produce that in this now 16cylinder 4type car Cadlliaf Fisher and Fleetwood engineers have been permitted to work be yond all preyidus standards Ifhigh prices restrict sales on this new 16 cylinder line Mr Fisher further states that the Cadillac Motor Car company will be rewarded so to speak in having made another no table contribution to the industry ja America in a localhospital after he had been accidentally shot with a 32 caliber revolver by a small boy playmate while playing cowboy that afternoon will be held at the Lutheran church at Hesper Iowa sometime Wednes day according to arrangements made at the McAuley funeral home The boys according to police were playing cowboy near plant Ncx 7of the Mason City Brick and Tile company southwest of the city In a scuffle with Alfred Becker 14 son of Mr and Mrs Carl Becker 209 Seventh street southwest the gun held by young Becker was accident ally discharged the bullet entered Ardingcra body just below the heart He was taken to the Park hospital where an emergency opera tion was performed Police in vestigating the case The Ardinger family four months ago moved to Mason City from Min nesota and Mr Ardinger has been employed at the C F Adams com here r Donald Ardinger was born June 4 1914 at Redgey Ind where he at tended the public schools He is sur vived by his parents a sister Mrs G W Larson Madison S Dak and five brothers Ralph Lyle who is stationed with the navy at Norfolk Va LynnLansing Kans and Ray 11 COAL GARS ARE IN DITCH Accident Happens in Shef field Sunday Evening Traffic Tied Up SHEFFIELD Sept 16Eleven carloads of coal on the Minneapolis Huntington W Va and Markley and St Louis railroad were scat and Will Tift both at home tered in the ditch here about i oclock Sunday evening The cause of the wreck is not definitely known No one injured Wreckerswere caUedfrom Mason City andare now clearing the right of way Traffic niay be alated thru again some time late Monday after noon according tp officials at the scene of the accident The wreck happened in Sheffield about one blocksouth ofthe local passenger station and freight depot Thecoa la JjeiDg carried away and reloaded Oelwein Mulder Trial Gailecl for Sept 23 WEST UNION Sept 16 secona trial of Pedro Ramos of Oef weln is scheduled to start Sept 23 17 Fayette coiihty district court here Ramos was tried last Feb ruary for the slaying of Matilla Re meda of Oelweln last November but thejury disagreed LuiaValle and Manuel Lopez Ramos Is alleged to have been at the time pleaded guilty to second degree murder charges and were sentenced to 40 years imprisonment TOOK SODA FOR STOM ACH FQR 20 YEARS years itpok soda for in digestion and stomach gas Then I tried Adlerika One bottle brot com BHardly Adlerika relieves GAS and sour stomach in TEN mlnutes Acts on BOTH upper and lower bowel re Movlng poisons you never knew were there Dont fool with medicine which cleans only PART of the bow els but let Adlerika give stomach and bowels a REAL cleaning and you feel Huxtable see how good Co CHICAGO POLICE ARREST IOWAN Cedar Rapids Youth taken After Gun Fire in Down town District CHICAGO Sept 16 In tersection of Sheridan road and Wilson avenue heart ofthe uptown district was thrown intoconfusion lastnight when policemen opened fire on three alleged automobile thieves Two of the trio were ar rested but the other escaped Those arrested are Donald Na than 25 Cedar Rapids Iowa and Charles Stanley 26 Peorla 111 Or ville Smith of Cedar Rapids fled Their automobile police said had been stolen in Cedar Rapids and the license plates inGeneva 111 The shooting startedwhen Na than made a motion as if to reach for a pistol Policeman Ernest Kelly fired thru the top of the car Nathan and Smith were ordered from the car and Stanley who was at the wheel started todrive away An door of the tonneau knocked Kelly down and he fired several shots at the car His part ner Policeman Joseph Miller a block away pursued the car and fired several ahots one of which punctured a tire During the confusion Smith fled andwas shot at several times by Kelly It is probably Iowa politicians who have no place else to go who are Kenyon to gct into the race the United States MORTGAGE LOANS WANTED The Mason City Building and Loan association have funds available for some good small first mortgage loans If you are desirous of a loan call the undersigned Mason City Building and Loan Association 47 1ears ol Office in Kresgo Building DIRECTORS VVolf Mier OBrien Dr S AAlarMey J J3 E Beck Allan F Shepard H H Glass Remley Clough R F Webster Ben Garvey J F Beck J W Bagley W G C Mason Dr Sale A R Clark E W Steinberg H J uinmer HAT LAST GLORIOUS dance of the season let us help you make it an unforgettable event Important among charming accesv series are Gotham Gold Stripe Chiffons Transparently sheer knowingly tinted they cap the climax of any costume French Pointed or Double Pointed Heels icot ike pair GOTHAM CHIFFON STOCKIN3S en Formerly Two Great Cars 8 5 5 TwoDoor Sedan at factory c i Th 6cp hors whedbase Fourwiiccl internal expanding hydrau lic brakes with separate emergency systemRill adjustability front and rear seats also clutch and brake pedals Larger tires new colors Improved FewrDoor Solan at factory The JVew 615with 78 horse power Brilliant performance of the timeproved GrahamPaige Four Speed Transmission two 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