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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 5, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE CARILLON Will BE PLAYED BY NOTED BELGIAN est Set of Bells in Middle to Be Ini tiated AMES Oct 5 jBrees worlds master carillbneur tbmor rpw afternoon at 4 oclock will for mally dedicate the carjllon at Iowa State college The program will be broadcast over WOI the colleges radio station Following the dedication Brees will remain in Anies for three weeks giving two recitals a week and instructing a candidate for the position of carlllloneur Carillon music he said today is a typical and profoundly representa tive Flemish art and was at its height m Flanders Belgium and Holland about 250 years ago At that time he said nearly every town Jn th at region h ad i ts tower of bell B The revival of the art in the last few yearShas seen the construction of towers thruoutthe newtowers in mechanical construc tion and tuning are far jmperior to the old Flemish towers Wees says In the last five years 30 carillons have been constructed in the United States alone The art of tie carilloneur Is es lentialiy a creative art since tha Cvrilloneur must arrange and tran spose the music he is to play Breea considered one of the greatest RVUsictansin the art and a i pioneer lnjthe revival of carillon musicHe his opened all the famous carillons ihj America since 1924 and 5s bell master of the Mountain Lake tower Florida Edward Bolts carillon which is considered the finest thfe world new enlarged canllon was in stalled at Iowa State college this suramer as the bequest of Edgar W Stantoh former dean of the junior college OFFERINGSAT MOVIE THEATERS Stefansson to Talk i j at State University During This Winter JOWA Cirr Oct 5 series of hve lectures and conferences will he given at the University of Iowa inl January and February by Vilh jalum Stefanson Arctic explorer who fs an alumnus of the institu tion Stefansson known for his im poitant studies in various fied3 wijl ipeak on anthropology ge ography comparative linguistics and nutrition tae head of exploring and eth MADONNA OF THE AATSNUE starring Dolores Costello will be seen at the Bijou theater Saturday and Sunday1 HERE IS ONE OF THE SCENES FROM THE DANCE OF featuring Hal Skelly and Nancy Carroll above which is the feature attraction at the Palace theater forfour days starting Saturday It is an ailtalking aHSingingplcture RUSSIANS TO 5TOP BRIBERY Sensational Arrests Follow Investigation of Corrupt Practices Oct 5 niined to put an end to widespread bribery and other corrupt prac tices in municipal governments the soviet authorities have made a ser ies ofsensational arrests in cities thruoutthe union Already this official Tjroom has swept hundreds of local tax collect ors and other officeholders from their lucrative jobs of teninto pris on forlong terms Hundredsof pri vate tradesmen who made use of such municipal officials have been arrested Towards the end of September a trial against 129persons in Astrak han dreifr nationwide attention here Similartrials have taken place OL are scheduled ina series other Voi f t4TlrtT 1314and 1818 when hejnade 600mile sledge journey ovetr broken and moving ice and ered much new land On an earlier expedition the state university graduate liyei for a yeir among Eskimos who had never seen a white man or whose ances tors had never seen one Theye Stef anssoa discovered tribes which had certain Europeanlike character lilies Five important books have been written by him since 1913and naS lectured thruout the country In 1903 he left the campus with a bachelor of arts degree and returned in 3922 to receive the de gree of Stefanssdh now rriakea his headquarters inNew York City Farmer Solon From Palo Alto County to j Return to Home Farm IMMETSBURG Oct s j Breakenridge of Rodman who rep resented the fortyseventh district comprising Palp Alto Kossuth Em met Clay and Dickinson counties In the senate of the fortyfirst and fortysecorid general assembly has solfl his half section farm near Cy lincer and will return March 1 ito his oldhome near Dinsdale STr Breakenridge has been one of the active farm leaders of Iowa Hei was graduated from the Iowa State college in 1916 Following this he served one year as county agent of Cherokee county ami later was fleeted and serveJ one year as pres ident of the Tama county Farm Bu reau In 1920 Mr Breakenridge moved to Palo Alto county where he and his father purchased the fprhier Governor Boise section ofland a niile east of CylinderHe served as president of the Palo Alto county Jarm Bureau from 1921 to 1925 and he was also a member of the Cylinder consolidated boan of edu cation and the Board ofthe Farm ers Cooperative Elevator associa tion For two years he served as chairman of the Palo Alto County Republican committee KIevambrig e ployes of the department of finance and prominent local businessmen Fiftysix were tried and convicted in Grbzni on charges of giving and taking bribes primarily yith a view to cutting down tax estimates Sen tences as high as 10 years of im prisonment weredistributed by the court Twenty arein jail awaiting trial in Ribihsk for deliberate undertaxa tipn of private tradets Sentences of froni 2 to 6 years of prison were imposed upon six tax officials in Omsk In Kaluga the city lost at least 2000000 rubles thru corrupt tax officials Several are in prison and will be put on trial Other soviet cities have similar cases and theofficial broom is still busy pryinginto dark corners Swedish Baptist Young Peoples Union Meets FERGUS FALLSMinn Oct5 of the Minnesota Swedish Baptist Young Peoples union were gathering heretoday for the opening of the 12ti annual convention to continue ttirii Sunday night Between 250 300 mem bers together with several Swedish Baptist ministers are expected to he registered for the cpnventipn Fallowing a Brief business session tonight at which time Several com mittees will be appointed the dole pates will gather at the Swedish Baptist church here to hear an ad dress hy the Kev R E Peterson of Virginia ths only speaker on to session IT MASON CITY Q rtTHEATERiJ London streets iindcr cover of n midnight fog gay bazaars and Hindu hovels of Peshawar the scenic splendor of the Persian des ert San Franciscos teeming China are among the back grounds of the romantic mystery drama Behind That Curtain a Foxmovietone all talking produc tion which opened at the Cecil Sat urday The warning of London bobbies to late revelers the squeal of camels on the desert and the barbaric songs of their drivers around the campfirer the chatter of Chinese playboysin San Franciscos oriental quarter East Indian patois in Peshawars streets and the meas ured level tones of cultured Eng lishmen Behind That Curtain it is said brings them all to the ears of picturegoers Tho Palace is showing for tour days starting Saturday Oct 5 Paf big special alltalking Thomas Meighah will bo seen and heard in hisfirst alltalking pic ture Argyle Case which opens Wednesday at the Palace for days The Bijou is presenting its first talking picture Saturday Dolores Costello is presented in herlatest talking Madonna of Avenue A An alltalking comedy Baby Talks is also on the pro Cannabalism Among California Chickens Due to Lack of Dirt HAYWARD Cat Oct 5 UP Ranchers and citizens of this sec tion as well as professors of the University of California are great ly concerned over the recent out break of cannibalism here The cannabilismis among poultry flocks one of the major Hayward industries and there are several thej orles as to itscause altho all aur thorities agree that it is contagi ous and once it enters a flock dras tic measures are necessary for con trol Deficiency in diet is sometimes blamed and the feeding addition al bran meat orsalt in some in stances will check the epidemic Weeding out ofthe chief canni balsIn a flock often checlcs whal appears tobe the psychology of imitation Dance dfVLifCi with many Follies scenes in technicolor It is a story of the stage taken from the great stage success Burlesque and stars Nancy Carroll and Hal Skel ly the famous comedian of the Broadway success There will be a midnight show Saturday evening starting at p m o Our Modern Maidens tilth Joan Crawford will open at the Cecil Wednesday Spectacular en tertaining with a powerfuland gripping dramatic theme underly ing an entire crosssection of the modern spirit of youth the play is one of the most remark able in em years In fact it is really a bit of important screen history But better than that its a hundred pel cent entertainment Written by Jos ephine Lovett author of Our Danc ing Daughters it is a gorgeous spectacle of the jazz and foibles of boys and girls of today but under lying it is a powerful lesaon Laws of life are just the same eveq tho one dances new dances lives in uew modernistic settings arid tries to gram TO Warner Baxter Margaret Liv ingston and Armand Kaliz in Co lumbias A Womans Way which is playing at the Iowatheater make a team hard to equal Baxter por trays a dashing young American full of vim ambitipn and daring Miss Livingston delineates an al luringFrench dancing girl whose indifference to men has won for her the title of Flame Kaliz has an intriguing role in Jean a debonaire product of the French underworldwho defies the police makes thrilling escapes over rooftops and keeps the hero and heroine in constant agitation thru his daring escapades Upper Iowa WallopUpper Class Men inAnnual Battle i FATETTE winning three put of five events the fresh man class easily won the annual class scrapheld here Friday They won the sack rush the flag rsish and two of three girls events One contest the bag rush was declared 3 draw neither side having the fid vantage HpweveV the sophomores had the satisfaction of pulling their rivals thru the Volga river in the tug of war By winning the scrap the fresh men are allowed to discard their green caps between halves at the homecoming game Oct Other wise they would be compelled to wear them until Thanksgiving Water System at Forest City Is Given Attention FOREST CITY Oct the past week a complete cleansing of the pipes and reservoirs of the city water system has been carried out by the water department Reser voirs at the pumping plant into apply a new code of morals to life which the water runs from flowing n Inis Moran is featured in Beliiml That Curtain a love mystery drama of Scotland Yard which opened at the Cecil Saturday This all taHclng picture is from the novel by Earl Derr Biggers Warner Haxter and Gilbert Emery arc also principal players wells were emptied and thoroly cleansed the Owas thorci ly clearised arid the niains were all flushed Cemetery Association at Thornton Elects Officers THORNTON Oct Cem etery society held its annual meet ing Thursday at the home of Mrs Niels Hansen Officers elected at this meeting were Mrs August Hansen presi dent Mrs Niels Hansen vice presi dent Mrs Scott demons secre tary and Mrs John Stambach treasurer COMING ATTRACTIONS CECIL Saturday Sunday Monday Tueo That Curtain a love mystery drama of Scotland Yard with Warner Baxter Lois Moran and Gilbert Emery It is 100 per cent talking WetJnesday Thursday in Our Modern Maidens epic of the jazz age with Rod La Rocque and Douglas Fair banks Jr It is all talking PALACE Sunday Monday Tues big special The Dance of Life an all talking sing ing dancing picture1 in technicolor Nancy Carroll and Hal Skelly are featured Wednesday Thursday Friday Thomas Meighan in his first talk ing picture The Argyle Case BIJOU Saturday and SundayWThe first alltalking picture to he presented at the Bijou Madonna of Avenue A with Dolores Costello Monday Tuesday Weary River ail singing and talk Ing with Richard Barthelmess Thursday and bound with Karl Dane and Georce K Arthur IOWA t Tuesday and Wells and Derleys Perdue in The Smiling Terror Thursday and feature two comedies and serial Saturday Sunday Monday great Universal triumph The Show Boat Hunters Find Pair of j Wild Moose Pursuing RICE LAKE Wis Oct 5 UP The tale of two hunters who went after ducks only to have their car nearly wrecked by a big moose was told here recently The hunterswere Dr AS White arid Ray Fitch who displayed their damaged automobile as proof of their The men were driving along an untrayelled highway they said when a giant moose jumped from the side of the road and ran headon into their car The windshield of the car was broken one headlight was torn off a hole was gouged in the top and the radiator was punctured in the peculiar accident The moose rolled from the hood of the car and disap peared in roadside undergrowth ap parently not seriously hurt Montana Fossil Finds BOZEMAN Mont Oct 5 Long before the dawn of history there lived and thrived in Upper Yellowstone valley threetoed horses camels and a strange animal with the combined physical characteris tics of a sheep deer and pig This was revealed by fossil discoveries made by Dr C E Marshall and John Hepburn Specimens of the sent to the Smithsonian jv V M State Attorney Defines What Full Grown Wolf Is DES MOIRES Oct 5 hfi difference between a wolf and wolf cub has been explained by As sistant Attorney General Carl j Stevens in an opinion given County Attorney W W GHliland of Glen wood The county attorney sought instruction since the bounty oh a cub isSiand that on fin adult is Stevens said a wolf is a cub until it is weaned after which it is a wolf Moreover he said the hair of a cub is fuzzy but becomes more straight at maturity ft Wesley Youth Stjll on Squad at College AMES Oct 5 per sonnel of the Iowa State collegj dairy products judging team wb will compete in the National show in St Louis Oct chosen next week from a list candidates Prof head of the Dairy Industry ment announced today Five are among the candidates T C G Kirchoff Ames W E er Wright City Harold Sadie Dunkerton Leslie C Warburton Uiceville and Karl Wester Wesley IOWA SAT SUN MON Adults 25c Children lOc SILENT PICTURES COME IN RELAX AND BE AMUSED ON THE SCREEN A Womans Way With Warner Baxter Margaret Livingston Armand Kaliz Youll like this picture because it Is different a real departure from the general trend of modern photodramas It brings to the screen something new sparklingwith colorful backgrounds effer vescingwith emotion and love and visualizing a narrative which will absorb your whole attention ALSO SHOWING LATEST NEWS EVENTS NOVELTIES AND COMEDIES COMPARE THE MUSIC AT THE IOWA WITH THAT OF ANY THEATER IN THE CITY Offers Prize BOSTON Oct 5 he believes there are top many hymns in the Boston university Bong book an unknown friend of the School has donated 575 to be used in a prize contest for songs of a more rollicking nature Alma mater hymns are tabco with the honor He wants football marches and songs of the Boolo boola type Says Injured Pedestrian Should Pay Court Fine L6NDON Oct 5 R Oswald the coroner of West Lon don who frequently conducts In quests into traffic fatalities has a j novel plan for acci dents A pedestrian who is injured should be fined he declared at a recent inquist If he is killed tho coat of any inquiry should be paid out of his goods The1 recklessness of some pedes trians is appalling Something should be done because these cases are becoming very numerous In the very small minority of cases it is the motor driver who is to blame SIcLaughry a Prof PROVIDENCE R I Oct 5 UP McLaughry football coarh at Brown universityis Prof Mc Laughry now The man who creat ed the famous IIron Men a few seasons back is to give his public a course in football appreciation iu one of the universitys extension scries this fall NOW Our First Adults 25c Children lOc o Madonna of ALSO ALLTALKING COMEDY Baby Tr Iks MASON CITITS BEST THEATER 4BigDays4 Starting Saturday OCTOBER 5th GEE FOLKS What a Picture This Is A Record Breaking Attraction Dirfect From a Long Run at McVickcrs Theater Chicago 5 4 CO Behind that Curtain A love mystery drama of Scotland Yard VARIMER BAXTER v LOIS MORAN 41 GILBERT FMERY No Advance in Prices Get the Thrill of Your Life Continuous Show Start at 13579 Positively One of the Years Greatest Shows   

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