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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 14, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                A T CITYS THEATERS Palace fs showing for ts first MO uptodate and boasts an an aft which includes Dorothy ull Tom Keith a newcomer j to the screen but one of the stags George Fawcett Myrna SI portray al Loy and Lucien much by their chaiacter parts afl Paris i RogerS will continue at the Ce cil thru Tuesday Rogers enacts tha role Pike Peters Irene Rich ap pears asj the wife JMargueuto Churchill is the daughter and Davis Jr the son Fifi Dorsay a French aotress who was a sensation In Ppns and in New York is aeon Claudlne Ivan Lebedeff w the marquis and Christtane Yves Fleurie Others In the cast are Rex KONJOLA ENDED TWENTY YEARS OF STOMACHTROUBLE Mason City Lady Amazed at uick Results Sfie Obtained From Now and Differ ent Medicine There is a reason why Konjola the new and different medicine hasbecome the most talked of medicine in Mason City and wher ever this modern compound has Boen introduced That reason can undei stand the psychology of thi summed up in just three words wives who seek adventure and ge Konjola Makes Good more than they bargain for 1 The Isle of LostShins tlio first big spectacular sea story to be pie sentedsince the screen commenced talking will be the attraction at the Palace starting next Saturday The Bijou now showing fur three days Al Jolson in his first singing picture the production that revolutionized the picture business It is a return engagement of The Jazz Singer and is being shown at the Bijou at popular prices The Bi jou now being equipped with sound offers its pictures the same as you see and hear them m other theaters Bel Theodore Lodi Edgar Kennedy Bob Marcelle Sorday Marcia Manon Andre Cheron and Gregorv Gay The Palace is offering for four days starting Tuesday Paramoutit s widely advertised sensational thriliet The Mysterious Dr Fu Manchu a picture that is 100 per cent ialk ing and 100 per cent thrills It i from the famous story by Sas Rohmer It is filled with excitement suspense fast action and is a giea gripping melodrama pivoting on th nieathless character of the mjster lous Fu Mahchu Millions hivi lead Sax Rohmers and mil lions will thrift totheScreen version according to crltics In Lucky Star Charles Fariell 13 east as a country boy virihj ener who goes to war and corner jack a crijSplef rom the waist don c THe acquaintance j ho makes with Mary Tucker Janet daynor on the day he starts fo Trance ripens in to love when he returns but his nhysieal handicap acts u damper m what would b4his definite plan veri he normal physically How ever when Maryfaces a real dan ger he forgets lie 13 a cripple and atUes his way afoot thru blizzard and deep snow to save her This is drama with a heart throb and open3 at the Cecil Wednesday Snappy comedy fastrnioving action good sbciety background and plenty of situations which will ap peal to every man woman and cuiUl are furnishedin Golf Widows the Columbia production to be shown i at the Iowa theater starting Tues day The complications which aris over the foursome are clever worked out the laughs are new an amusing and particularly pertinen to golf The men will bo sympatliet ic toward the two harassed titis bands who go to extremes to kne theirgame tyhiie the women MAKES STAGE i 6ut does it in the stubborn and ob stinate cases thrat have hungon year after year defying and resist ing everything tried for relief The amazing record of Konjola is made up of such happy experiences like that of Mrs Turino Phillips 26 North Massachusetts avenue Ma aon Cityyet hers Js just one of tens of thousands of cases wherein Konjola has triumphed when all else tried had failed Would you know all about a medicine that I does such things Then meet tho Konjola Man who is at the lHux table drug store 116 South Fed leral avenue this city He is here not primarily to sell Konjola but to tell aboutit See what Konjola has done and la doing and then de cide what you will do ab6ut Kon jola Here is a medicine not de signed to give mere temporary1 re lief but to bring glorious results in cases of stomach liver kidney and bowel troubles and of rheu matism neuritis and nervousness Life teadhes no better lesson thaji that it is wise to profit by the ex perience of others With this in mind read of the experience of Mrs Phillips with this remarkable medicine To me Konjola has been a bleaa mg beyond words This 13 the first medicine that did me any good and for twenty years I tried and tried to find something to give me Tcllef from indigestion and in later years from rheumatism Everything I tried failed me No matter how light my meals gas and bloating was sure Co follow and at times the pain in the pit of my stomacfi was almost unbearable There was annoying burning sensation 1 from my stomach to my throat I had frequent dizzy spells that were followedby severeheadaches Con added to my misery ant the past fiveyears I suffered with rheumatism in my arms and knees My general health suffered under the strain of continuous suf fering and it was with difficulty that J kept doingmy housework I certainly was delighted when T found Konjola This new medi cine proved different from all the rest and helped me right from the Konjola surely stimulated my organs to more normal power md as the dayspassed my appe tite increased and my digestion Improved In just three weeks Konjola solved all my health prob lems and today I am about my work with new ambition and new energy My bowels have been regulated i dizzy spells and head aches are things of the past what a joy to be without those terrible aches and pains from rheumatism I gladly recommend Konjola aa it has proven to me that it is truly a medicine of merit Konjola contains no alcohol no ttSrvedeadening drugs noheart depressrag chemicals It needsno auch hazardous ingredients its seeming wonders to perform Man is at theHuxi table drug store 116 South Fed eral avenue Mason City where he if meeting tlie public daily intro ducing and explaining the Of this new and different medicine ART SHOCKS ORCHESTRA Will Play for the AMERICAN OLDTIME DANCE Saturday Night Oct 19 AT THE ARMORY ADimsSION ALWAYS 35c Heres Your Chance to Bring Yourself Down to Pate on Luxury Husband Areyou reading the zettes serial story which appears every day oh the page of Most readers are But a few un doubtedly failed to started at ie beginning and feel a bit reluc tant about coming iniipw What follows is designed for these lersons Its a comprehensive aura nary ofthe first dozen chapters of The Luxury Husband Ctiapter IS s appearing on the feature page if this issue Read this synopsis and then turn o the days installment of the tory Its too good a yarn for you o miss Hera goes Lowther engaged arbaraLondon a beautiful earnE his father has conabiitted uicide imprlsonnwnt for T jayiujrcjjr JLUL embezzlement aftcr tam yfortune in Ray believes marriage impossi ils because of the difference in heir fortunes and disappears with ut an explanation to Barbara be ause he fears she might induce hini o marry her in spite of the circum tances Barbara tries to forgtt her lover in a mad whirl of pleasure but hops lessly longs for hisreturn Three years later on a Mediter ranean cruise they meet unexpec Itedly Raystill tryingfutilely t market his jazz compositions is member of the ships orchestra Al tho obviously reluctant to awaktn memories of their past Ray ex plains his mysterious absence aware that he too still loves her pleads with him to bury his pride and marry her When Ray refuses Barbara promises herself that he will change bis marry her in the end In the followingdays Barbara starts her plan of action by outra jcqus flirtations Ralph Henderson aelng her rnbst devoted partner Henderson is an Englishman with prospects of a title in the future but at present interested solely in achieving a matrimonial alliance DANCE ARMORY THURSDAY OCTOBER 17th Auspices C M St P P Ky 2nd Annual Dance MUSIC BY EARL HUNTS ORCHESTRA ADMISSION COUPLE 5100 EXTRA LADY Z5c DON bring the coal into the furnue m the basement calls lor I Inroal hm nearby But you must iarrv tuel to your parlor furnace I hirc nothing more convenient for thrtl than Stott Briquets N dust slrk r Jump I Ley are heat I ss fuel to carry in less aslips tn rry oul DIFFERENT AND BETTER BECAUSE THEY CONTAIN PENNSYLVANIA HAM COAl h jvealth Becomes Hula Dancer The fancy dress ball furnishes the climax to Barbaras scheme Dressed in an abbreviated Hawaiian costume she leads the hilarious rev elers and manages to dispose of a great deal of drinking it News of her escapades reaches Ray and just as Barbara is about to dance on a table in the smoking room Ray rushes In picks her up in hig arms and carries her off to her Barbaras plan succeeds Ray convinced Barbara needs him stifles his scruples and agrees to marry her as soon as the ship reaches a port They spend a delightful honey moon in Paris but the specter of Barbaras wealth soon rises to mar their happiness Ray is determined to complete the tour as a saxo phonist hut Barbaras tears weaken bis resolution and he borrows from her sothat hecan transferto the passenger list Barbara also is rexed at Rays Insistence on earning nis own living and to seek success and fame as a composer of jazz Causes Ship Sensation announcement of their mar riage causes a sensatfon on ship board and becomes the center of jossin Walking on deck a few days later Ray unwillingly becomes an eavesdropper to a conversation be ween a number of women They are discussing Barbara and Ray hears iiimself branded a luxury Barbara ndon can well afford Henderson naturally disap pointed by Barbaras sudden mar riage refuses to give up hope He invites Barbara and Ray to a house partyat hig baronial estate where he believes Ray will be hopelessly discomfited in the company of Hen dersons distinguished friends Thru this scheme heexpects to be abJe to convince Barbara of her mistake In marrying a penniless musician and win her for himself nuns True to Plans The houseparty develops just as Henderson planned Rayis bored anda serious rift Ss avoided ooly because Barbarais determined not to allow it Henderson makes the most of his opportunityto be al mostcontinually in Barbaras com pany leaving Ray to the mercy of the unsympathetic guests i illhumoris not improved by overhearingpurposely unguarded conversation in which Henderson explains to the others that Ray is dependent upon hfs wife for finan cial hear himself described again asluxury husband Continue the story with Chapter 13 appearingin this newspaper Farmers GiveivFiVe Year Terms for Theft OSQEOLA Oct ll A Davis and his fathertalaw Albert Gray farmers near here yesterday reiceived five year prison terms for stealing a cowGray pleaded guilty claiming that Davis and the lattera wife were innocent Mrs Davis ami Karl Anderson named nq an ac complice will be tried later j 57 CONTRACTS TO BE AWARDED Graveling Work Will Be Let by Highway Commission in Five Countiei AMES Oct 14 miles of graveling comprises the major contracts to be awarded at the semiannual road contract let ting of the state highway commis sion here tomorrow The Improve ments are on highways in Benton Davis Jackson Shelby and Harri son counties The major award 15 for 27879 miles of first course stone or gravel surfaoing on primary road No H7 from Maquoketa to Saubula m Jackson county Another major fiibt contract is for 11 Dpi miles of primary No 39 from Harlau west thru Portsmouth to the Harrison county line in Shelbv county A fourmile graveling contract vill surface the four miles between Missouri Valley and the new Mis souri river bridge jc Harrkoa county while second course SKM tov s Nashua ManJndictedr Star Gazing His suave and sinister role of the rajah in The Green which he created on the siageVis brot to the screen by George Arlisg via the talkie route Above he is dressed for his part 1032 miloa jWO C3 Be IsReleased oh Bonds Marion 0 E Si Past Matrons Hold Regular Meeting J10CKFOKD Oct Fi maygo club composed of the tast matrons of the EasternStarchap ters at Nora Springs Rockford and Ureene was entertained by the members at Greene ata luncheon at the home of Mrs Ida a new resident Sig Phis to Build AMES Oct 14 for construction of a new chap house havebeen announced here Jby Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity at Iowa State college It is planned to man of tho alumni board in charire of the new resmeui m Rockford and a past matron from Nebraska became a member of the organization Mrs H N Merrlck of Marble Rockwas a special guest Vote on Sunday Movies WINTERSET Oct 14 crs of Winterset were balloting to day on whether they will permit Sunday movies The city council rdered the altho the W O T XT had presented V petition asking that it not be held RADIO PROGRAMS by WH O Des Momes TUESDAY Oct 16 p m Classical program bankers lifetrio Public library talk Industrial program Industrial prpgriun Michelin then Industrial program Industrial program Industrial program Industrial program Classical program by orches tra under direction of Edouard Sheasby WOW OMAHA Time markets soloist NBC MorningMelodies NBC Records Markets Home furnishings talk Mrs amuelD Cooper wOWs sightseers Markets News bulletin Police bulletins National Farm and Home our NBC News period Records Max Yaffe violin Cooking school Time markets police bul News bulletins WOW musical program NBC NBC R K Os hourNBC Time news period Quin dinner music feature Radio floorwalker Dance orchestras WEAF WJZ 1A hrs Jim and Joe News feature dance 3 hrs Sophloans bubble blowers Hour from WJZ Feature program 900Pete Arzan and hia kids Feature the two keys Program in review Dance and variety Little Jack Little 30 min MplsSt Musical master musicians WABC 30 musical Same as WABC hrg Theatrical hour WABC 30 mlnl old settlers Ft Dodge Man Dies tn Fall FORT DODGE Oct 12 Wyna 45 was killed when he fell 50 feet from a hoisting tower on which he was working here yesterday GRJDDER DIES PASSAIC N J Oct 14 P Thomas Tubby OShea 18 died today at Passaic general hospital from injuries received during a foot ball game at Hackensack Saturday BIJOU Now Thru Wednesday Special Return Engagement Jolson SINGER I His First All SingingPicture POPULAR PRICES lOc and 25c Commander Glenn Haynes Indicates Legion Dates DES MOINES Octl4 INS Dates for district meetings of the American Legion have been an JJOTOJBEK 14 rrdas follows by State Com mander Glenn C Haynes Eleveuth distnct Onawa Nov 4 ninth ds triot Missouri Valley Nov 0 Eighth Clarinda Nov C and Corv Ann 7 seventh Des CECIL Mason Citys Best Theater NOW PLAYING HEAR Aftp SEE THE ONE AND ONLY WILL ROGERS FIRST TALKlM TURE IS A RIOT OP FUN ANB SHOULD NOT gE MISSED J Starts Wednesday JAN El GAVMOR FARREIrL row presen talking p STARTING NEXT SATURDAY The Bigmusical Comedy WORDS AND MUSIC Tho Screens Fastest Singing Dancing Rcvuc PALACE 011 ic o 11 ik Last Times Monday THE GREAT DIVIDE 100 TALKINGSINGINGDANCING Our First All Talking Western With Dorothy Mackaill Ian Keith Last Time Monday IOWA SHOW BOAT Adults 25c Children lOc Vera Reynolds Harrison Ford in GOLF WIDOWS 4 Big Thrill Days 4 Starts Tuesday The Most Sensational Thriller Ever Filmed THE MYSTERIOUS DR FU MANCHU 100 Talking 100 Thrills THIS IS THE GREAT PICTURE YOU HAVE READ SO MUCH ABOUT ITS BIG ITS SENSATIONAL   

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