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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 8, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                STIR WiCE TO WAR PINEAPPLES Loesch Promises End oi Explosions in Windy City CHICAGO OctC 8 GRTerrorists increased their 1929 bombingsto 96 last night and jarred a xfrom high police officials and 1 3 Loesch assistant states attorney that the prolonged pineapple fielc day is about to end Police were Incensed when C H McCarty official of a brokerage firm whose apartment recently was bombed refused to open the com panys book for inspection Officials sought to learn whether any known gangsters had had recent dealings with the concernbelieving that the McCarty bombing might have been m reprisal for losses in the stock market The ninetysixth bomb was placed on the front porch of the first floor apartment of a building under con on the notthwest side of fhe city A private watchman saw the bombers speed away in a small automobile and fired five shots at them John Wilczynskl contractor and owner of the building said h knew no reason for the bbmbme Police recalled that twice before h had had labor trouble one of hi bungalowshaying been dynamited year ago and another burned Loesch who is a member ofPres ident Hoovers law enforcemen commission Immediately after las nights outrage ordered police it Question all bombing victims thorolj and if satisfactory answers were not jriven to take them before the grand Jury MORPHEW GETS SENTENCE FINE Pleads Guilty to Maintaining Liquor Nuisance Before Judge CJark MorPhew Pleaded guilty on the charge of maintaining a Hcmor nuisance at 4 oclock Monday after noon before Judge J J Clark in oerro Gordo district court on Coun ty attorneys information preferred by Roe Thompson Morphew was sentenced to three months in the county jail and fined 300 MacDonalds End Visit at White House CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 hind them the American president and the British prime minister were free to round out their conversa tions with discussion of other sub jects which bear directly upon the relations of the two great English speaking peoples and the general peace of the world Just what has passed between the men who for the time control the destinies of Z mighty nations prob ably never will be knbwnin detail In an to the senate the British statesman said that one result of his visit was that America and England had come to under stand one another marked the formal end of his visit with the president theprime1 minister wiil remain in Washington tintil Thursday That gives him time to pay honor to the lather of the republic and to the un known soldier To Attend Dinner The second ceremonial dinner of hisvisit was arrangedfor Mac Donald tonight at the British em bassy following the first state din ner of theHoover administrationin ils honor last night at the white louseIn accordance with long established custom in the diplomatic corps Secretary and Mrs Stlmson were the highest ranking American guests invited tothe embassy din ner Vice President Curtis being askedto bringMrs Gann to the re ception following it The secretary of statewlll be the host toi the prime minister at din ner night the last he is to spend tuWashington That1 will be a stag affair because of Mrs iStlmsons health Between times MacDonald will be entertained at luncheon by the Canadian minister and Mrs Vincent Massey and tie overseas writers association Young Business Man at Whittemore Is Killed in Accident WHITTEMORE Oct Fish 25 was killed in a headon automobile collision near the Minne sota state line Sunday evening about 9 oclock Young Fish who is in the implement business here was on his way toFairmont when the accident occurred His parents live at Lone Rock tASON Osteopaths Meet EMMETSBURO Oct 8 eopathlc physicians of the fourth owa district met here Monday Oct SpeaJcefs included Dr L V An rews bf Algona state president Dr A D Becker of Kirksville Mo indDr C I Grqff of Mason Cit The Abel Boiilevani The Greatest Ilat Ever Produced for Our price is 5 but theyre worthvery muchmore in fact theyre really not in the 5 class at all The styles are very keen lively young mannish thecolorings in rich browns grays greens and wine shades All are gor geously and rich silk lined Abel Boulevard hats in f conservative styles too MARSHALLTOWN UNIT AT 28 MAIN STREET High Blood PressyreIs Made Worse by Thinking About It Says Expert WASHINGTON Oct 8 The U S public health service to day warned persona afflicted with hlffh blood pressure not to become high blood pressure fiends cou jstantly thinking talking and living the disease High blood pressure can be re lieved and effectively cured the public health service said only if a cheerful frame of mind is adopt ed and frequent estimations of pres sure are shunned Treatment con sisting principally of proper regl meni should be undertaken under the advice of a competent physic ian The amount of exercise should be decided upon by the family doc tor it was advised Food is a1 fac tor in the treatment but it Is now believed that a consideration of the quantity of the restriction in than quality is of greater importance The giving of drugs Is usually disappointing but In emergencies they may be lire it concluded Rugland to Address Trinity Brotherhood S To Rugland dean of Junior col lege will be the speaker at the monthly meetingof the brotherhood of the Trinity Lutheran church Tuesday evening This will be the first meeting under the new admin istration and theof fleers have is sued an invitation to allmembers ot the congregation Spokane Bank New Addition to Group CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 marketing milling and manufactur ing to Remain Management bf the Spokane bank will remain in the hands of the present board bf directors and ex ecutivestaff The officers are Com mercial division R L Rutler presi dent Conner Malott W T Trlp lett S A KImbrough and E V Klein vice JL bell secretary G H Westermafl comptroller W B McLaren R J Raymond andH J Dolling assist ant secretaries W L Eggert man ager mortgage department W MV Marshall manager Investment serv ice trust division A S Nelson vice president and trust officer C A Nicholson and A C Adams assist ant trust officers The directors are Eugene B Favre Joel E Ferris John W Gra ham William GGraves H H He be rtR Inslnger Conner Malott C D Martin A F McCIalne Jr W S McCrea W H Murgittroyd Ed ward OShea Joslah Richards R L Rutter and W T Triplett The First State bank of Malta Was organized in 1903 and has registered a steady growth Ithas capital and surplus of deposits 380000 and resources of Officers are F W Hall president B M Phillips vice president CE Secrest cashier RG Monroe as sistant cashier Directors are Mr HallMr Phillips Mr Secrest H B Varney and H G Robinson In Agricultural District Both Malta and Havre are located on the Great Northern railway in the rapfdly growing agricultural sec won of northern Montana Hil County State bank of Havre chart capital and surplus of deposits of ami or 11137602 its officers are George B Bourne president Walter Brown and DanONeil vice presidents O R RubJe vice presi dent and cashier The directors In clude the four executives and H W Stringfellow E T Broad water Max P Kuhr H Earl Clack Weaver O Clack J E Brown and Frank B Patterson YOUNG WOMAN GIVE OmaJia Slayer tried Second Time Is Cpn Vyicted OMAHA Octi 8 son 33who was serving a 30 year term in the Nebraska penitentiary forthe death of her mother when the supreme court granted her a new trial must now spend the rest of her life in prison Triedfor the second timeshe was convicted last night by a Jury which fixed the penalty at life Im prisonment Mrs Wilson killed her mother in 1927 feeding her acapsule of poison on the pretext that it was a prescription from a doctor Her father to whom she also gave a capsule was poisoned but recov ered Couple From Marble Rock Are Married in Little Bit of Heaven MARBLE ROCK Oct Thelma Hoadley daughter of Mr and Mrs Earl Hoadley and Rex Asper son of Mr and Mrs Herman Asper all of Marble Rock were married Saturday at high noon In A Little Bit of Heaven at Daven port by the Rev H F Risse of St Ansgar The bride was attended by her sister Miss Lorene Hoadley of Iowa City and the bridegroom by Grant Coover of Cornell college The bride wore a gown of bliie silk crepe and her bouquet was of pink roses and baby breathMiss Lbrene wore a costume of brown During the ceremony ILove You Truly was isung by Grant Coover The guests were Mrs Earl Hoad eyiof Marble Rock Mrs H F Risse of St Ansgar Miss Margaret Coover of Clarion Artie Wedeklng of Marble Rock Mr and Mrs Fluron Johnson of Pekln HI and Miss Elizabeth Cornell of Iowa City Followingthe ceremony the wed ding dinner was served in the Ital an room of the Black Hawk hotel a trip to Pe kln HI and Chicago Mr and Mrs Asper will reside In Marble Rock where Mr Asper has a position in the Marble Rock bank Automobile Association Wants Law Enforcement on Nations Highways WASHINGTON Oct ous prosecutionof the reckless driv er with steps to entirely eliminate this criminal minority from th streets and highways offers th curblnS the mounting toll of fatalities from motor vehlcl accidsnts This statement was broadcast to day by national headquarters of the American Automobile association every ndlcation tha of motor fatalities will exceed 27000 and thereby establish a new high mark NEGRO OUSTED FROM LODGE RETURNS TO WRECK ENTIRE PLANT SELMA Ala Oct 8 When membership of the Blalock Lodge ousted John Jones Negro from their councils recently they had no Idea it meant completecollapse of the lodge For the next daythe building was found n ruins its timbers scattered about as tho a tornado had struck its roof and furnishings had been hacked to pleceswith an ax John was taken into custody on a harge of maliciously destroying iroperty He is now under bond 0 the Dallas county grand Jury She Was in No Hurry REDDING Cttl Oct 8 laliforuia law provides one year be ween issuance of the interlocutory and final divorce decree but Mrs Esther Coumbs Whltley was in no urry Nine years after she procured he interlocutory decree from Gr ille Whitleyon grounds of deser ion she applied for and received tie final decree Plainview Minn 697 l Winner in Essay Test PLAINVIEW Minn Oct 8 William C Woodward of Plainview is the winner of the statewide essay contest for 4H dairy calf members according to announcement madaft todaj end he is laying plans to take1 advantage of the prize a free trip to the National Dairy show at St Louis Mo There his essay will be pitted against those representing other state winners for a national prize a gold watch Williams essay won from more than 50 submitted in Minnesota according to T A Ericksbri state club leader Uni versity Farm StPaul Reorganize Sunday School ST ANSGAR Oct day atthe St Ansgar Methodist church wot out a record attendances Thomas Moon Donna Miller John Albert Haleversoh Wilmar Dock stader Jr Edna Jensen Clarenca Jensen Robert Hegland Dorothy Sedlacek Claire Carson Pearl Kit Jespn and Richard Moore were pro noted from the Junior department o the Intermediate The Sunday chool has been reorganized with five new teachers It must be great to fly above the Blade S DANDRUFF AND FALLING HAIR I trouble and WlyllFoi for I llcln Both told I under MoneyBack Gumr1 I LUCKY TIGEKP General Motors Dealers have aao Standard Price f I is a difference between the list fob JL price of a new automobile and its delivered price you actually pay This difference consists of certain additions made by the dealer In line with General Motors policy of giving the public all the facts its dealers show you exactly what their additions are They are using the stand ard price tag illustrated here It is attached to the steering wheels of new cars displayed in their showrooms is set forth charge is fairand reasonable Nothing is hidden There is no extra charge to permit a seemingly better tradein offer No extra charge to cover advertising etc You are entitled to buy a Genera Motors car with 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