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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 5, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTF BEAUTIFUL SEPARATE ART SUPPLEMENT FULl COLOR Ready for Fromine Chicago Sunday Tr i b u n e 9 j striking reproduction of a famous painting will be given as a special ART SUPPLEMENT with every copy of the Chicago Sunday Tribune It is a reproduction of Winslow Homers painting Lost on the Grand the original of which is owned by Mrs John A Spoor Chicago This is one of the most beautiful Art subjects of this series Reproduced as a SEPARATE FULL for framing It will be given an added feature of tomorrows Chicago Sunday Tribune New Series of Humorous Anecdotes by ROBERT BENCHLEY Illustrated by John T McCutcheon tomorrows Sunday Tribune youll find the first of a new series of Humorous Anecdotes by that inimitable wit ROBERT BENGHLEY John T Tribunes internation ally famous cartoonist did the illustrations Be sure to read Benchley on The Disappearance of Mr Dozier in tomorrows Chicago Sunday Tribune Order it in advance from your nearest dealer Read the first of Benchleys Humorous Anecdotes jetthe FULL COLOR ART SUPPLEM ENT FREE 7 TltfE WORLDS GREATEST NEWSPAPER MASON CITY NEWS Distributor Chicago Tribune 5 So Commercial Avc Phone TIVE TO BE MISSIONARIES MR AND MRS BENJAMIN V ALLISON formerly of 110 Twelfth street northwest left Ma son City epl 15 toenter the Bible college in Minneapolis where they will study for a year and Mr Alli son will receive his degree Mr and Mrs Allison hope to engage in for eign missionary work for the Church of Christ and all their ef forts and education have been in that direction Mr Allison is the son oC Mr and Mrs W F Allison 110 Twelfth street northwest and he has been active in work in the Church of Christ since he was 16 years old when he began teachingthe Sunday School 331 by Kfrtt The young man graduated from the Mason City high school in 1923 and tlie following year attended Hamiltons business college It was at Drake in the theological college tho next year that he met Edith Wolfe to whom he was married on June 16 1928 Miss Wolfe attended DOS Moinea schools for several years but made her home with her parents in the Philippines where her father is a missionary with the Church of Christ For the past year Mr and Mrs Allison have made their home in Mason City while Mr Allison was in charge of the Church of Christ at Fertile MANY DUELS ARE FOUGHT IN PARK French Still Settle Their Feuds by Means of Guns or Swords PARIS Oct 5 wlion hot hasty words led to flashing rapiers or gleaming pistols on the dueling ground are not yet over for the gentlemen of Paris During a recent month seven af fairs of honor were settled on the sward under the gray light of dawn at various secluded spots within the neighborhood of the capital ac cording to Jean TosephRenaud wellknown French fencer Joaeph Renaud assisted at one ol the duels with rapiers Both partisans re ceived severe wounds before honor was declared satisfied Pistols Are Poised The favorite dueling ground for the polished blades French so ciety is tho historic Pare dus Princes There as the cold daylight creeps up from tho east shadowy figuresmay be seen moving among the trees towards the chosen duelists seconds doctors and anx ious friends A few minutes later the pair face one another coals off shirts open sleeves rolled rapiers or pistols poised Four or five duels are fought every mouth on the average muny of them in private grounds where there is not the remotest fear of the police intervening since dueling ii officially forbidden Sometimes a few scattered members of the public succeed in being present but that is more often when the quar rel is a public one perhaps the out come of a clash of words in the readers columns of a newspaper Most common cause present day duels as in the heyday of gal lantry when DArtagnans and Scarlet Pimpernels stalked abroad ready to defend a ladys name at Uie slightest whisper is the fair uamo of a woman Women Arc Opposed Jn polite society a word spoken out of place a meaning smile a nudge when some fair courtesan enters amidst the crowd in a fash ionable salon is enough to arouse the wrath of a lover If all the quarrels which hegin this way were allowed to take their course the secluded parks around Pavin would probabls bo littered with corpses daily Happily friends often succeed in intervening to ap pease wounded honor and preserve boiling blood from being spilled in atonement Only the bitterest feuds end in where an apology is refused or the words of offense are repeated In the old days milady used to encourage her courtier to defend her honor in this gentle manly way but nowadays women arc opposed to dueling perhaps be cause men are scarce enough in France as it iri Roads Used 20 Years Revert to Government Says State Attorney DES MO1NES Oct 5 UP Highways used by the public for 20 years whether privately owned at the beginning the period of use are public highways Attorney Gen eral John Fletcher ruled today in an opinion to W E Albert state game warden Such highways even tUo private in origin may not be closed or fenced by the owner of the land Fletcher ruled since tho owner has tacitly agreed to their public uae over the long period Tho attorney general in another opinion to Secretary of State Ed M Smith ruled that under tho sta tute passed by the last legislature it is not necessary for corporations to specify in the articles the amount indebtedness beyond which they do not expect to go Neither is it necessary the ruling held that the limit of Indebtedness be specified in public notices posted by the cor poration Cresco Legions Holds Its Annual Election CRESCO Oct a business meeting of the American Legion post Wednesday D J Rabbins was elected commander F W Waltath first vice commander Ben Davis second vice commander John G Meyer adjutant Elmer E Fye fi nance officer LeRoy Brown chap lain Lellie L Lowry sergeant at arms Lester R Fields historian Dr J C Fouling Phil Bird George Hamilton Charles Parchmim and Donald E Rathcrt executive com mittee Joe McCIintock Was Only Old Soldier at Meeting NORTHWOOD Oct the second district of Ibe relief Corps met here only one of the remainingold soldiers wns able to be in attendance He was Veter an foe McCIintock The other old veteran in TJorlh wood Myron Perkins was unable to come because of an illness which has confined him to his home for some time About 30 persons from Clear Lake FrSglc Grove and Mason City were at the meeting Mrs Ethel 1C Collier of Sioux City was present at tho meeting for inspection aiU instruction RADIO BEACONS ARE INSTALLED Canal Zone Signals Will Aid Ships in Finding Zone WASHINGTON Oct 5 UP Mariners approaching the Panama canal from either the Pacific or AtJ lantic sides no longer will have diffi culty in steering a straight course to it if their ships are equipped with radio apparatus The lighthouse service of the commerce department has completed installation of two radio beacons one on either side of the Canal Zone to bring vessels in safely Those are the first two beacons to be installed south of the United States tho the coasts of this coun try now are dotted with radio aids j to navigation Navigators are who played In some 500 mo ingcommerce department to supply ton pictures in the pioneer days of still other beacons between the the rngvic industry now passes his coast of the United States and Pantime quietly as repair man in a local Farm Bureau Officers Are Elected for Year at Dougherty Meeting DOUGHERTY Oct the Farm Bureau meeting Wednesday evening in the hall the following of ficers were elected President Bar ney Dougherty vice president Bert Logan and secretary treasurer D J McLaughlin At a special meeting one membur from each school district will be named to help in the years work M 12 Olson county agent showed moving pictures and gave a talk on the Reduction of Taxes P H Cahalan a dH club boy gave a talk on his experience in livestock judging at Ames and at the Iowa State fair this year Movie Actor Cluingfts Koic BfNGHAMPTON N Y Oct 5 E Mattoni character tuna j The beacon on the Pacific side of the Panama Canal is located at Cape Mala and the Atlantic beacon at Cristobal The former transmits groups of two dashes on tho 205 kilocycle clmnnel and the latter sends out single dashes on a frej quency of 300 kilocycles The Mala station begins its sending period of 10minutes at the fifteenth iiml fortyfifth minutes of the hour The other beacon transmits its calls during the first 10 minutes of each half hour This difference in frequency and sending periods characterized by the lighthouse service as an Im portant departure from custom was arranged to prevent mariners from confusing the signals of the two stations Operation of the two beacons will be maintained by a nearby navy ra dio station They function by clock control devices aod will send in nil kinds of weather sports goods store PROMINENT MEN WILL APPEAR ON AMES PROGRAMS Hyde HatnmiU Taylor and Lowden AH Are to Talk AMES Oct 5 recently that Arthur M Hyde United States secretary of agricul ture would appear on the program of the American Country Life con ference here Oct 17 to 20 promises to increase the attendance at the meetings by several thousand With the interest which is now beginningto arise in the confer ence W H Stacy secretary of the program committee said today I am confident we will have several thousand farm people from the en tire state and vicinity in attend ance to hear 100 or move leaders have to say concerning rural organization Gov John Haramill recently issued a proclamation designating the week Oct 14 to 20 as Iowa Country Life week Chambers of commerce rural schools luncheon clubs and other civic organizations Stacy said have announced plans for tho observance during the week with exercises and meetings in tended to stimulate interest to rural organization and in the national conference to be held here The American Country Life con ference opens on Thursday Oct 17 with a huge gathering over which President R It Hughes of Iowa State college will preside Governor HammiH will deliver a welcoming address to be followed by a talk by Dr H C Taylor chairman of tho American Country Life executive committee Gov Frank O Lowden pres ident of the conference then will deliver his presidential address and the remainder of the day will be taken up with various sectional meetings and gatherings of groups interested inspecific phases of rural and urban sociological problems Miner Receives U S Appointment in East AMES Hiner Ames who was graduated from Iowa State college last spring in animal husbandry has received a civil ser vice appointment as junior animal husbandman at the United Statea department of agriculture experi ment station Boltsville Md Pre vious to his appointment Mr Hiner was in charge of boys club work in Sioux arid OBrien counties Ho a member of the International live stock judging team from Iowa State in 1928 Electrically Charged Trees Are Fatal for Many Birds in Soulh ST CHARLES Mo Oct 5 UP barked trees served us fatal roostsfor thousands cf birds near here when they were charged with electricity during li storm last August Dr William G Wilson or nithologist will tell the United States Department Agriculture in a report which he is preparing More than 5000 dead birds were reported to have been found on a farm a short distance from this city and more than 1100 on another farm following the storm accord ing to Dr Wilson I have never heard of n case of this kind before Dr Wilson said and it may not happen again in a thousand years but I believe that it is worth reporting to federal ex perts In my opinion only birds roost ing on smooth barked trees were electrocuted when unusual atmos pheric conditions charged the lives with electricity I believethat this j kind of a tree is a conductor of electricity during a storm because water can not be absorbed making the tree attractive to the electrical charge The charge was not strong enough to kill any but the smallest birds however since no large ones were found to have been victims of this wholesale electrocution tho doctor declared Accepts ISw Iosilion EAGLE GROVK Oct Black former manager of lhe Ea gle Grove Ice company left with his family Wednesday for Los Angeles Cal where lie has accepted a position with the June Day com pany mnmifnctwcrs of cosmetics He will have charge of development work in four states Nick Sadler of Eagle Grove succeeds him ny man ager of lhe ice company Use Wedding Clothes of 20 Years Ago in Mock Ceremonies at Lawler Oct number relatives and friends gathered at the home oC Mr and Mrs Fnuik Lcncnbergcr to celebrate their twentieth wedding aniversary re cently JIP and Mrs Lcnonbcrgcr ap j pcarcd in their wedding costumes of 20 years ago and proceeded with j1 mock marriage Rearrangements in many de partments is going forward rapidly Our buyers have been to market and purchased thou sands of dollars of additional goods many of which are al ready beginning to roll in Prices have been adjusted downward and all new mer chandise will be sold at the low est possible price Prompt and careful service will be given to all customers every day You are welcome at the store every day to look around see the new merchandise whether you wish to buy or not Make it a point to visit Damons whenever you are downtown A A A A A COMING HHHHMHHIHHHIMMHIB MIER WOLF SON   

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