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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 8, 1929, Mason City, Iowa m AjiszyuijadiiisijBtei BANDIT ROBS CARAVANS OBTAINS RANSOM King of European Robbers Defies Police Becomes Wealthy BERLIN Oct 8 the Great highway robber extra ordinary and selfconfessed king of Balkanfreebooters has scored an other triumph by a coup which netted him and his band the con tents of the overladen wallets 100 of the wealthiest residents of TrlkkaJa a small town Innorthern Greece His amazing achievement also bids fair to bring him some two or three million goid drachmas in the way of ransomi because ac cording to reports sent out of Trlk kala he had presence of mind enough men while he was about the business of robbing them Held Up Express Some years ago Tzatza came to public notice when he held up the Orient Express the luxurious limit ed plying between Berlin and the Near East but long before then he had been much in the eyes ofthe police tho never in their hands Both the Greek and the Serbian gov ernments had offered and are still offering stupendous rewards for his capture Tip until this summer the Orient Express robbery had been WAR HERO GREETED BY MILITARY OFFICIALS Tzatzas biggest job This summer however he outdid himself at least When the warm weather descends upon northern Greece the leading fromthe financial point of view citizens of Trlkkala generally go to their mountain cottages to keep cool BABY CARRIAGES ARE FOLLOWING MODERN TRENDS New Models Have Rubber Tires and Many Other Conveniences ct 8 babies have kept pace the times la getting their share of the luxuries i and comforts that inven tion and progress has brot to ev eryone in the world v are experi by the baby of 1929who rides SJSS J with fourwheel brakes and balloon tires chief of staff Secretary ported to be abroad in that pa of the country This done Tzatza convened council of his fellow thieves an in tones loud enough for the tei rifled victims to hear asked his co workers to decide thefate of th unhappy folk The suggestion tha they be dispatched with the aid o the still threatening knives was however vetoed by the chief wh elected instead to pick four hos ages as a guarantee that the rob bery would not be reported to th At a be to th Dumber of them 100 to be exact thre hurs ctded to return together They en had arrived in Trlkkala gaged mules and mule drivers and Silence set off in caravan fashion A half Tzatza selected a member of th hour away from Trikkala there is Greelf senate a wealthy merchan a narrow mountain pass at one end PhyscIan and the polk a narrow mountain pass at one end i of which is an otherwise picturesque J bpnrlThis hftrirt V616 The returning vacationer bend This bend Tzatzr appropriated thereupon permitted to resum forhis own purposes their trek homeward andit is re OrmbvOne Ported so frightened were they hj One by One therobber chieftains Iferocity tha As each member of the caravan not one ofthem as much as hinted rounded thecorner of thebend he at thefate that had befallen them passed from sight of those behind until the three hours which Tzatza So far as those in the rear knew had set had fully elapsed or suspected he was continuing Later it appears Tzatza came leisurely on hls way along the upon the thot that his hostages chosen path home It sohappened could be put to profitable use He however that Tzatza and his men dispatched a letter to Trikiala had planted themselves just around asking for few millions in ran the corner With a properly fear som and adding the conventional ful display of tauves and a few warning against military or DoHce well chosen threats they cowed the interference Friend o toe sen travelers one by one so that there ator and merchant met the demands was no difficulty at all in relieving and these two were released So far them of their jewels watches and as is known the poUce official ajfd pocketbooks One of the first to the physicians are still beingrhSd Siln lelj5allds was a Police A military campaign against the official who had agreed to accom bandits is now proceedinl tho at pany the party to protect it against tended with much caution Tzatza is robbers many of whom were re not to be taken too Iew to point an example of his caliber there was a clash be tween the soldiers and a section of his band the result being that an officer and two privates were killed and not one of the robbers was hurt or captured High School Debaters WiIl Compete April 25 in Annual Iowa Tests IOWA CITY Oct phampionships in debate andextem poraneous speakingwill be decided m the final contests April 25 at the Iowa The four dis trictdebate champions all that re ream of some 150 contesting schools each will send an affirmative and a negative team of two speakers cut the United States the peUt lurv system should be abolished is the subject which has been chosen bv he Iowa high school debating cagues executive committee Similarly a champion of each dis nct will compete in the extempor aneous speakingfinals These four peakers will have survived the limmation contest which orieinallv drawsabout 7S entrants Abraham Lincoln high school of auncil Bluffs last spring furnished th the champion debaters and the rst place extemporaneous speaker ts debate teams downed Newton hile Vergil Tacy also a debater the state title in extemporanc tis speaking LONDON NIGHT CLUBS CLOSED Many Fail to Observe Laws Laid Down by New Police Commissioner LONDON Oct 8 cans wont believe It but Lord police commissioner get to club3 rl n ookafc the car riage of today and wonder what this strange and fascinating vehicle was all about for in the dlya TwhPn manS the Plafns the beat toS little redskin ever had was a ride on mothers back Show Ancient Models The evolution of the baby car plhiMr5 an Interesting Iwr Amerlcan Fumltur mart in Chicago The progression in stages dating back to the sixth to the te Sre illustrated tils Research men have found evi dences that some mode of peram bulator was used for babies as far back as the day of Hermes mes senger of the gods A painting on an Etruscan vase In the Louvre shows Hermes upon his return home after stealing the oxen of Apollo The baby Hermes U shown lying on a little table with miniature wheels people stand around him two of them women and one a man who apparently had come to claim tha stolen oxen Bide to Modes of moving babies about varied but little years ago in vari ous countriesIh Egypt when a child was too young to walk he was taken out inshawls worn in froct itt back or at the side by their mothersor still retained by the Arabs rode in a basket fastened to their mothersback by a passed over her fore head JapaneseInfants looked thru their dreamy eyes at the world from the back of an older brother or sis ter Each child carried the nest younger baby who learned to hold on tight until he was able to walk Carried In Boots Peru babies were strapped n cradles like those of Indian pa pooses Eskimos placed their ybunr in mothers high wide boots Ital ianwomen carried the children tt wicker On their neads mountain mothersof Switz erland placed their babies in erilis which were carried on top of t lie head much after the fashion of wo men in South Africantribes A considerate father was the first baby carriage manufacturer Charles Burton an English Htho artist came to America In When his first son was born Burton built a light conveyance on small wooden wheels Drew Large Crowds When he appeared on the streets In NewYork City the curiosity of crowdswas so great that he realized he had a valuable inven tion He returned to England where the interest was as great as in America The Duke of Lelnster was his first customer and members of the royal family pur chased carriages the fad spread thru out England Later the news of the baby carriagreached outside the country Tha Pasha of Egyptsent to England for several carriages and from that on the business has grown thruoutthe world and numerous manufacturers followed Burtons lend Kubber Tires Now lasttwo generations the American babyhas been blessed with comfortable wickerwoven car riages having resilent springs soft and soothingupholstering and all the other things which would add to Poarfortand health Within the last two years has been a popular movement es Fow 5 the arge toward adaptations of the English perambulator But it has only been In recent days that little snookums fourwheel brakeg and balloon tires as part of his or equipment That lswhy when the pride of the household callsfor his Group Holds Meeting in Honor of Secretary GARNER Oct honor the return of the Van Metres to Garner year a eala dav was ofthe regular meeting of the of the Methodist Episcopal church Mrs John Pulfrey was hostess to the 25 members in attendance She was as sisted In serving refreshments by Mrs Ernest Arnold Mrs Van Metre is active not only in the local work but is secretary of the W H M S of the Northwest Iowa M E con ference LIFE RUINED NEGUCT Kelloggs ALLBRAN1 Simple Remedy for spread Evil I 7 Manya man has feed that he was losing i cause he neglected I long This evil scourge starts I J such little things A headacMJ listless morning A cloudy pleiion I But all the while it saps strera kills initiative steals ambition 1 if allowed to continue to poisoni system bring oh diseaseWomen know it as fl deadly enemyof youth and beausi Men as abilitys cruelest foe Dont let it ever preyvon yo Guard against it You cereal ALLBRAN is guaranteed to pre vent promptly n lieve it Just eat two tablespoon fuls daily chronic cases wil every meal ALMIRAN ii 10056 bran Da torsrecommend it Serve with ini or cream Use in breads etc Delicious package Grocers sell it Kestai rants hotels dining cars serve Made by Kellogg in Battle Creel STANDS FOR QUALTnTf it it 10 Clubs Remain peCtable clubs remain But useless even with a fistful ni Pleated Skirts Extremely the new sport woolens Fall Festival of Values midnight READ THE REASONS WHY These Oldsmobile Owners Their Cars I Nowhere Is the thorough satisfaction that comes with Oldsmobile owner more frequently or more def initely expressed than in the thou sands of written messages which purchasers of Oldsmobile cars are con of their own free will to thelOlds Motor Works Read thereasons why these owners bought their ex periences in owning and driving Olds mobiles of handling of it many new The location of the distributor on top of the engine convenient Radiator shut ters are an excellent feature Front end appearance and general good looks of the ear appeal to me T Oldsmobfle has attracted my attention tor a long time due to its constant perfec tion without radical changes Its construc tion is sturdy throughout and its engine develop a lot of horsepower for its drove an Oldsmobile 11 years Md the car had a jjood record all that time I looked at a new one thought if the best proportioned car I ever saw and bought it Im glad I did Ohio In my opinion Oldsmobile it a mighty food car for its price For a small difference Jt gives an excellent oiling system smooth ly balanced crankshaft smart ppearance and many other items that cheaper and lighter cars dont Paris HI These expressions of owner opinion are typical of thousands of others whacn tell the same story of brilliant performance restful travel and de pendable operation Oldsmobile owners in your own com munity will express the same en thusiasm Ask themyourself what they think of their cars Then come in and examine Oldsmobiles fine fea tures and drive the car The many sound reasons why Oldsmobile owners bought their cars will be come more and more apparent to you as you become better acquainted with this fine car of low price TWO DOOR SEDAN Comiderthcdelivcrcd price well u the Jut pnce when com pzrinc automobile values OldiraobiU delivered price in clude only reasonable charges for delivery and OLDSMOB IJLE City Oldsmobile Co PHONE 81 MYLI BROTHEKS Northwood la Osage OLDSMOBILE CO Osage la E 0 OUTHAKT Charles City la BHULSEBUS Meservey la PROPOSITION FOR 227 2nd ST S W STA la T HOUGO Lake Mills ten minutes after some of the clubs Z6 remain to some 20 many nieht out of busT Hk thi TT6 ue5Uest oi law Un like the United States these places do not reopen The fact is In the majority of the cases the were foreigners and were o one dares open it again Hava Tough Sailing Most of the lawabiding clubs nro having tough sailing Rwelers wm t saw ft t drink Because Lord Bynjr has dosed nearly all the Placas thirsty pleasure seekers afT ter cruising around town trying find one of the old dives that open give up in disgust and g The old clubs mostof which were C H ae couo heard in the street are dark Even those exclusive clubs which only admit paying members wiU not erv drinks after midnight It is mcnedible but they simpfy Lord Byng has broken the spirit 0 wouldbe lawbreaker P So Boy Scout Leaders to Meet National Executive to Talk itlNNEAPOLIS 8 OP Oct Oct in Minneapolis 12 for the annual con J13 tenth scout region tne Dakotas and part of fi roughly conforming with the ninth federal reserve district Those m attendance will include many national leaders of the Bov Scout movement including Jamea fr nattona executive Five other officers of the national staff will attend including George Ehler troop service director C N Miller assistant field department director inomas J Keane sea scoutdirect or E Stowell director of person nel and Leo Sandefut promotion director of Boys Life Arrangements for the convention to be held at the Curtis hotel are being completed by C L Sommers Jr anJ M F Pole regional executive Former Corwith Man Dies in Montana Home CORWITH Oct has been received here of the sudden death of Supt C W Thompson at Lodge Grass Mont on Oct 1 He was only ill about an hour He had just taken up his new position as superintendent of schools at Grass on Sept I He had been super ntendent at Corwith the past foiir years where ho has many friends If only the nations could arrange a parity of Times for October Values that are strictly Sterling in every respect PARIS SPEAKS Smocks The new ones colorful aa a painters pallet heading the mode in smocks J for October and the message is instantly re layed to Mason City through our New York ollice Late arrivals in apparel portray in a distinctive way the Parisiene dictates of the hour SHAGMORE COATS Little need to dwell upon the national leadership of Shagmores Our point ia the fact that thia festival is bringing them to you at these two most interest ing prices LE CEIL DRESSES Because of their extreme smartness their undis putable quality their mi thentiveness These frocks stand out as the markets greatest offerings 29 A Few of the Values That This Has Made Possible For You Others B75 to 51878 STEERHIDE BAGS Beautifully hand laced and tooled from the work shop of Justin Values to NEW NECKWEAR Over 300 pieces each on the last word in style and alt going at a great feature price SlOQ CHILDS CHINCHILLA COATS Our big leader splendid quality wool lined A value we do not believe is equalled WINTER UNDERWEAR Wool silk and wool Aetlena and Prln cess May Entire stock at 5300 and over going at a discount of SILKS Flat crepes satins cantons in every late shade beauti ful qualities forced Into this price range PILLOW CASES 42x36 Fulton qual ity soft free from dressing A re markable value 28c YARN PICTURES The fad of the day Package com plete picture mat and yarn at a very special price of Great Festival to Enjoy 50c CAMPUS FLANNEL 54 inches wide French all wool In all good shades A remarkable value FENWAY SHEETS 81x90 a splendid wearing sheet and a new quality at this low price SINGLE BLANKETS 70x80 part wool In beautiful new col orings and pat terns One of the outstanding values of the Festival HOPE PONGEE The new fast color smart patterned cloth 36 inches wide Most talked of cloth of the day 29c RUFFLED CURTAINS 5piece sets new novelty effects prepared as one of the bigvalues of this Fall Festival ZIPPER f SUITS Childs buck suede zipper suits Jn all good colors A val ue that needs no emphasis COMET GLOVES The glove value of America A quality and a smartness that will surprise you 69c LINEN CRASH Pure bleach pure linen heavy qual ity featured for this event 5 yards CHILDS I BATH ROBES Of Beacon Bath robing A special mill clean up is re sponsible for Uiia unheard of price RAYON HOSE Splendid quality delusterized rayon extra long all per fect all good shades very special 37c RAINBOW BED SPREADS 80x105 fast color new modernistic patterns Our ree 5P5 value they The above is a hint of the host of really great things that await you here Great be cause of the high degree of quality involved Note the trademarks the prices and the value is conspicuous Mail orders promptly filled The Wonder Hose SHIPLEYS MIRACLE Full fashioned pure silk service weight all colors STERLING Trade Where You Do the Best CHARDANESE BLOOMERS s new finer lanorea a remarkable vameatthis 1
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