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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 4, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON OJTY GLOBEGAZETTE NOVEMBERS 192 CHOCplTES at the Hud Colored revue continues to delight clientele interested In col revues which comes annually nowHas midnight show ROPES END at the fltook Van EnglishmanPatrick to writea thriller that rtseems be based on the Lpeb oLeopold case altjio he says itlsnt theme is too morbid for n Women as matinees dont take altho it is entertainingly written with laughs IN CHICAGO THE JADE GOD at fhe Playhouse For those who like melodrama this satisfied Christinas Seal Sale Will BeMade DES Nov 4 Tho question of broadeningtho scope of the activities of the culosis association is among ters scheduled to coma berfora semiannual meeting of theboard wt directors here Friday Nov S Ques Lions of policy also are to be brct Christmas seal chairmen frwx ovc the state will also meet at the saws time to mike final plans of annual sale of Seals fwm wWcfe funds are derived to carry ba tbe PE ganizatlons antituberculosis SHE SLAPPED LONDON CRITIC NOTHING HELPED UNTIL I TRIEb NEW KONJOLA Five Years of Suffering From Rheumstiism and Neuritis Relieved By New Medicine by day Konjola the new Mji differentmedicine is adding its fairie and making new friends in and about Mason City great remedy for ailments of jhe stomach kidneys liver and Bowels and for rheumatism neu ritis and nervousness is not just another medicine Photo AnwrKtin actress slapped Hnnnen Sxvnffor Eng Usii ctttk when she met him in London hotel dining iXwux aoxirredby adverse crltlcIsm Swatter had written of in tiuV in Conscience RADIO PROGRAMS WHCv DBS MCINES TUESDAY NOV 5 pim Classical program by Bankers Life Trith i Public library talk summary 7 lowiiLnas in variety program X1 Commercial program Michelin Men Prophylactic program fea turing male trip and orchestra di rected by Victor Arden NBC program NBC program NBC program Classical program by Banl ersLlfe Concert orchestraunder di rection Edouard Sheasny 1 AIRS ALICE FRANXZ Photo by Russell Studio Konjola is emphatically not a medicine words it actually does trhat designed to do Its 32 Ingredlentsi 22 of which are the juices of rpots andherbs the mer dcirial Value of which has long feen known to science strike at toe very root and souroe the ail jnent They sweepthe system free M poison and Impurities stimulate Che weakened organsand pave the gray to the health which is the tight of every man and woman The Case of Mrs Alice Frautz 212 jifth street N W Mason City is ftpt in any senseexceptional It is bill one of many thousands The Konjola Man now at the Huxtable dirug store 116 Soutli Federal ave nue Mason City can show you JBany such instances some of them aniong your own friends and neigh Sprs Stop in and talk to him ask Jltm to explain the manner in which this great supertonic has brought health when all else has failed Mrs Frantz saidjust the other jiay in talking to the Konjola Man I suffered for five years with an bbstlnate case of rheumatism and neuritis Nothing I could do helped fae I could not walk up or down Steps Without the greatest pairi joints and limbs would swell tod throb with pain My kidneys had become weak my sleep was troubled and interrupted and I jhiffered from constipation con Ran try r was weak and dlscour K I had not taken a bottle of this and different medicine until I NBC Timermarkets Vocal soloistNBC Morning Melodied NBC Records i Markets WOWs sightseers furnishings talk SamuelL Coppery NBC program program News bulletins U S Daily Police bulletins r National Farm and Home hour NBC WOW musical program Melody Three NBC News period Records NBC prograiru Cooking school Time markets police bill letins News bulletins TJ S Daily GeorglePorgie Cowboy club Maison Lorenzo of Brandels Miss Liberty Michelin Men NBC i Prophylactic hour NBC NBC program NBC program Time Harbor Lights NBC News neriod TUESDAY Nov 5 Quin music feature Floorwallcer Dance WEAF Sc WJZ hrsil and Joe Dance music 3 hrs Gibson orch scrap book The Sohipans bubble blowers Hour from WJZ Feature Pete Arzcn Feature vocal trio Hour from feegan to improve After the second Bottle my pains began to leave me Ky Joints no longer swelled the atiffness of rheumatism left hiy Smbs and it was no longer difficult me to get around I do not know the meaning of constipation today my kidneys have become i gtrengthened so that Isleep well gnd get all the rest I needFor the irst timein five years I am free Vom neuritis and 1 am BO gladto others of my happy experi i So it goes the same splendid Story of success wherever and jjyhenever this great medicine is given a chanceto show its merits iXonjola contains no alcohpl no Slervedeadening drugs no heart Scpresslng chemicals It Is all med Jciiie And every drop works g The Konjola Man is at the Hux Sable drug store 116 South Federal jjjvenue Mason City where he is Stfaily meeting the public and ex plaining the merits of this new and Different Star Gazing Nov but its good i Charley Chase likes to playplng pong And make faces He gets paid for the faces Fay And heros RUthfChutterton who has captured as many ad mirers among fcreen fans as she did among followers ofthe stage Wrayis the champ pingponger of tie flicker trade her set ihey it tabletennis Charades is also popular in tittering tintype circles There is a rumor out that checkers andchess may become the sport among the movie this win ter But inaybe not because no screen star has enough time needed tosleep thrua full game A Theyre getting j the dope together for ftonald Colmans flicker JRaffles You Tcnow Raffles the tuxedoed secondstory artist ii Quite the literary rage during the late bustle period Alice Gentleopera Bigger is to bestarred inthe films tiext season In Tlger Rose there is a scene or lack ofone in which the screen is blank andonly voices ure heard Action takes place in adark room Firsttime a movie scene was ever made without use of camera Under a Texas Moon lias four leading ladles Read ing from left to right Raquel Tor res Myrna Loy Armida Uarls Hells Angels the war movie is in its third year ofpro duction Fraulcln Lena Malena a German girl has been added to the HR Dance and variety hour MplsSt Musical master musicians WABC 30m music box Same as WABC 1 hrs Aristocrats politicians old settlersv Fayette County Hunters Sought Pheasant Limit FAYETTE Nov 4 Quite a number of Fayette men forsook their business duties for the opsn season on pheasants Jnt variotis Iowa counties the past week But ler county apparently drew tia largest number of local nimrotls with Bothersgoing to Howard Floyd Cerro Goirdo and Wright Among those who droveto theopad counties were J W Orr ElSf HartmanFred Webster Robert Mirick Clyde Able A B Carter B Claxton Ray Belles Rusaej Swartz D W Harvey Dr R fi Jones L Parker A T Fox A W Whitford Joy Whitford Cfirl Masters and Waldo Walker Denning Lyle Graham Irving Have they been married long Just long enough so they have found there are a lot of things ihtit you cantsay with flader State Senator Fights Cham Stores Winner in Tangle at Dubuque DUBUQUE Nov 4 dications here today are that Sen ator Otto Lange archfoe of th chain store hadwon nig fightto prevent theA and P stores from being given permits to sell cigareta in their local stores Lange accompanied by John A Cunningham secretary of the Iowa Retail Grocers association appear ed before the Dubuque city counci to protest agajnst the issuance of a cigaret sale license to the chain store company The senator who was sponsor Of antichain store bills in two ses sions of the Iowa legislature pre dicted that the council would vote unanimously against the chain store cigaret permit Automobile Law to Be Enforced at Iowa City IOWA CITY Nov 4 Dec 1 collegiate wise cracks on stu dent cars and banter with officers will not be sufficient toobtainfree dom from arrest frortt drivjhg nn put of state automobile on the Uni versity of Iowa campus By lhit Lime three months of residence will have been established requiring a license or visitors permit BANKERS FROM 3 STATES MEET Minnesota North and South Dakotans to Meet MINNEAPpLIS NQV Bankers ofthree states Minnesota North Dakota and South Dakota will conduct a Conference on bette bank management here Thursday Nov 14 under the sponsorship of the tank associations of thel states Messages from the presIdentsDj three associations recounting condi tions and outlining hopes will be giv en morning session Thfi three are Thomas OBrien president Hoven State bank Hoyen SDak Robert B Barren president First National bank Mlnot N Dak and R W Putnam vice president Secur ity Bank and Trust company Red Wing Minn A session devoted to the subject of loan administration will include talks by Fred R Smith South Da kota superintendent of banks Park Dougherty president Austin Nation al bank Austin Minn Sam A Rask president First National bank Blooming Prairie Minn A L Netcher vice president Wells Coun tyState bank Fessenden N Dak J vice president Mer chantsbankWlnona Minn and T NHayter cashier First National bank Vermilion S Dak General discussions will mark this session AT MASON CITYS tHEATERS The Palace is playing for thelast times Monday Richard Barthelmess and MftHon NixonIn Young Nq wheres their latest alltalking pic ture It is a story of everyday life and a productionthat has been giv en three stars by critics i The Hollywood Revue with a double bill of famous stars will con tinue at the Cecil thru Friday it Is first Californiamade song and dance show with no pretensionsas to plot but with all sorts of preten sions as to number of stars involved quality or songs included and pul chritude of chorus girls employed Alfco White Isstarred in Broad way Babies which is the attraction at the Bijou Monday Tuesday and Wednesday This production la de lightful entertainment from first to last It takes one behind the scenes in a big musical comedy show and into the night clubs of gay Broad way Miss White has lota of sur prises for her many admirers Lionel Barrymoro rings the di rectorial target again with his new est talking accomplishment His Glorious Night a screen adapta tion of Fereno Molnars famous stage tlay Olympla in which John Gilbert la starred The veteran dramatic star who threw away his makeup box for a directors chair when talking pictures vogue in things cinematic has tak Pennsylvania Hard Coal makes STOTT BRIQUETS Different and Better WE use the best washed Pennsylvania hard coal in STOTT briquets and add enough selected smokeless Pocahontas for quick starting a combination from which you get the most heat with the least attention Order by Name BIJOU Ends Wednesday pnncing Picture Shes Got IT A Riot Of Whoopee The Show That Startled Broad way ITS HOT HOT HOT She Talks Sho Sings She Dances AND HOW Addoil 100 AllTalltin FealureHe Walter Huston as Abraham Lincoln THE TWO AMERICANS IT WILL CARRY YOU BACK TO THE CIVIL WAR en a commonplace plot ofContinen tal spicy one tooj and clothed it in smart uniforms beau tiful women John Gilbert His Glorious Night will open at the Cecil s T S SVan Dines famous mystery story The Green Murder Case one of the best sellers of the year will be the attraction at the Palace for 4 days starting TuesdayThe char acter of Phllo Vance the great fic tional detective is again portrayed byWilliamPowell This picture critics say even excells The Can ary Murder Case which Is by the same author and with Mr Powell as Phlld Vance The famous Rex Beach liestsell Ing novel The Michiagan Kid has been madeinto a sensational motion picture by Universal and is at the Iowa theater Monday Nov 4 and Nagel and Renee Adoree have the stellar roles The story takes place in Alaska during the goldrush of 98 and is replete with thrilling Incidents mellowed by theres NO HUM ARGURUS BLUE AC LONG LIFE RADIO TUBES KELLYS HARP ORCHESTRA OP OSAGE Will Play for the AMERICAN LEGION OLDTIME DANCE Saturday Night Nov 9 AT THE ARMORY ADMISSION ALWAYS 25c a beautiful love Inthe supporting cast Whltlock Fred Es meltbn Adolph MilarMaurice Mur phy Virginia Grey and Dick Palni Willat directed The Cecil theater is now running a continuous show daily The change of policy went into effect Saturday and now shows open at 1 3 a 7 and 9 p m daily The Gold Diggers Broadway which comes to the Palace for one entire week starting Saturday does not boost of all the stars in Holly wood It has very few of them as it is made up of Broadways celebrated entertainers and a singing chorus of oyer a hundred BroadWay beat ties This 100 per cent talking singingdancing musical comedy Warner Brothers successor to On With the Show and Is the second 100 per cent allnatural color pro duction i Among the featured play ers who will be seen and heard are Ann Pennington Ziegfelds famous Winnie Lightner Conway Tearle Nick Lucas and Lilyan Tashman did you get on your hunting trip 510 fine for building a fire without a lis Tribune i CECIL Mason Citys Best Theater NOW PLAYING x THE SHOW OF SHOWS Hollywood Revue 25 CHORUS 200 v All Singing Talking Dancing CONTINUOUS SHOW EVERY DAY SHOWSSTART 13579 ITS THE SEASONS WONDER HIT Monday Tuesday Comedies News Events Iowa is now presenting1 an en tire change of programs every Monday Wednesday Thursday and Saturday Phi Id V ance i Solves Another SENSATIONAL The terrifying story of the eccentric Greene family Menaced by a hidden insidious enemy A bril liant cast William Powell as Philo Vance worldfamous fiction detective 100 AllTalking wiih WILLIAM POWELLf and Jean Arthur MONDAY IAST TIME RICHARD BARTHELMESS Nowhevcs S S VAN BINES bestselling novel on the alltalking screen Bristling with tense emotional situations Baffling hairraising The authorof The Canary Murder Case gives another master mys tery taken from records of an aetiial crime to lovers of exciting entertain ment   

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