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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 9, 1929, Mason City, Iowa EIGHT MASON GITY GLOBEGAZETTE Are YOU Getting YOUR MONEYS WORTH 1 n Entertai n ment TKe American people pay more generously for enter tainment than any nation on earth Their generosity has enriched jthe motion picture industry Spoken dialog has cometo replace subtitle of the oicturci Tagging along the talkie comes Mechanical economy Real Music IB feeing ordered out of many theatres in favor of thii new comer who never dared a theatrical appearance until he gained theprotection of the Talking novelty and the magic word Synchronized Now with a picture does not give Me chanicalMusic the quality of Real Music Baniihment of LivingMusic represents a loss for the theatre Is this loas balanced by the substitution of Mechanical Music A very great manytheatregoers will answer tt NO wKy ihould the aforementioned American wKo pay generously for entertainment be re quired to take lets for their money than they were wont to get THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF MUSICIANS CemprMnf J40QOQ professional musicians in theUnited States and Canada JOSEPH N WEBER President U4O Broadway New York N Y Fingerprints Scant Clews to Murder CONTINUED FROM TAGE J said that the slayer entered He probably left by the front door which was found unlocked L The teachers father J J Gum mersheimer editor of the Belleville III PostZeitung until it sus pended publication in191S knew of no motive Taught in Porto Kico Miss Gummersheimer was grad uated from high school at Belle ville and later attended MclCendree college at Lebanon 111 and Knox college at Galesburg After teach ing a year at Belleville shewent to Porto Rico also as a teacher Then she came here Her father said Miss Gummer sheimer had been engaged to a canning manufacturer of Porto Kico and New York but that the en gagement had been broken for some time The death weapon was an 18 inch pipe picked up from a box of plumb ers supplies which hadbeen left on the ground floor by workmen Miss Gunmiersheimer was struck several blows upon the head The pipe was found beside the bed Hair is Worth ROCHESTER Minn Dec 9 Claiming she lost her hair as a re sult of the xwork done by a beauty parlor in giving her a permanent wave Poltie Mae Drake here brot suit for 510000 damages THREE MINERS DIE JN CRASH Pay Day Celebration Ends in Tragedy at Chariton v Crossing CHARITON Dec 9 bration here of pay day ended terdaywith the death of three1 min cra iriuries to two othersand es cape fibm possibledeath of serious injury hy a sixth when he was jailed folfowing his arrest oa a charge of intoxication Hrtrvey McDowell 35 Chariton William Doitglas 45 Chariton and Joe Waitt 25 of Williamson lost their lives Sunday morning when the fast westboundmail express No 25 of the Burlington struck their automobile demolishing it ns the impact tossed thecar into the city jail yards Albert Watt 30 of a hiMther of Joe and Carl Martin 25 of Chariton weretaken to a hos pital ntAlbia William Aitken 30 was with the five until his arrest t McDowellwas the father oftwo children and Douglas the father of Watt was a bachelor Lacear coroner said nn investigation would bn held If what the style makers say is true those whoare selling skirts shouldhurry to Gazette AT NUMBER SEVEM SOUTH FEDERAL Offering of Colored irts Three for Hereare sliiits faraboye the ordinary Beauti ful new patterns neat striped effects cluster stripes corded stripes and in plain colors there are blues tans helio and green shadesOnly the most popular colors and patterns are amongst them Its a handpiesed selection that includes the very best numbers in the man ufacturers line Every shirt fullcut finely tailored and correctly proportioned in accodance with our ex acting standards of fit and fullness H YOU Plan a Gift of Shirts Heres An Offering of Shirts We Planned to Give You Quality Par Excellent at a Price Thats Temptingly Low Special Christmas Boxes With All Gift Purchases Board Is to Map Plans Wednesday CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 James Devitt of Oskaloosa calle President Jessup one of the great est college presidents in the Unitec States Other members of th board praised his administration anf expressed doubt of the need of nn investigation NoConnection She Says Miss Anna E Lawther of Du buque a democratic member saic I believe that the athletic contro versy is entirely a thing apart from any trouble which may arise in othe departments of the university HcKinley who has been perhaps the severest critic of Coach Ber Ingwersen placed the blame for the situation at Iowa on the shoulders of President Jessup and charged that it was the same kind of bad admin istration that resulted in a contro versy in the college of medicine four or five years ago His statement contained somethingof a defense of former Director Paul E Belting Tigers Want Cage Game COLUMBIA Mo Dec 9 The University of Missouri will play a baseball exhibition and perhaps a basketball game with the University of Town suspended definitely from athletic relations with Big Ten con ference members last Saturday it was learned Monday The basebal game willbe played here next Apri 12 C L Brewer athletic director announced Missouri is negotiating with Jowa officials for a basketbal game at Iowa City early in Janu DEGEMBER 9 1929 APPROVES ACTION CHAMPAIGN 111 Dec 9 Declaring that the Western confer encefaculty committee acted in good faith and in accordance with the facts and merits of the case the Daily lllijii student newspaper of the University of Illinois in an editorial today expressed approval of the position of Illinois represen tatives in voting against Iowas petition Urging Iowa to accept the deci sion in a sportsmanlike manner the editorialjyoiqed hope that Iowa soon will be alble to resume relations with the conference The editorial said in part There always exists a sympathy for anyonevwho is expelled or ostra cized from any group It is also hu man nature to desire permanence of institution imd the maintenance of the status quo change is invari ably abhorent to the populace at iarge Furthermore we perverse mortals are disposed to be sympa thetic toward culprits of all varii eties IndorsesMembersVote The Daily Illini believes that the Big faculty committee acted in perfecC gjpd f aithM anct itf accord ance with facts cin the situation and the merits of the casetjVVe know that burown Professor Callen in helping make the ballot unanimous againstreinstatement did so not from any ill will he might conceiv ably bear against Iowa but because he was convinced the action was tor the best interests of the confer ence We know that the same reasons motivated Mr Huff last summer when he presented the factj and the recommendation of the Big Ten ath letic directors to the faculty com mittee Now that the case is set tled we hope that Iowa and its friends will accept the decision with good grace and in a sportsmanlike manner It is also our sincere hope that the time will not be long before Iowa has cleaned house to the com plete satisfaction of the faculty committee and once again can en 3oy friandly and satisfactory rela tions with the present big nine No Outsiders to Run Things for Hawkeyes CONTINUED FROM PACK afternoon brot spontaneous indorse ment of the Iowa officials stand Lauer Burt Ingwersen football coach and Rollie Williams basket ball coach were cheered vigorously when they stated that Iowa was out but not down Answered Attacks Altho Lauer explained he was a former Sunday school teacher the Sabbath quiet was broken by pro longed applause after his explana tion of Iowas defense to the Big Ten committee charges He an swered attacks against Bresnahaii and the athletic council members and then took up the charge that irregular notes for tuition had been signed by athletes These notes issued during the re gime of my worthy predecessor he said referring to Dr Paul E Belt ing ousted athletic director wilt be taken up in legal fashion when they become due Ingwersen warned that there would be tough sledding in ing sports schedules but counseled against revenge After Williams had explained general plans for obtain ing middle west schools on the bas ketball schedule there were cries for a speech by Eresnahan but he was not in the crowd Lodge at Cresco Holds Election of Officers CRESCO Dec of the M W A elected are as follows John Pierce V C Harold Eaton W A George Champlin banker J A Cutting clerk Ira Richard son cicort Walter Fye watchman H E Morgan sentry CharJei Frank trustee Drs G A Plumiivjr ard W C Hess comp physicians CLARA BOW TO BE MARRIED Announcement Made as an Antidote for Gossip Mongers LOS ANGELES Dec 9 serting he was making the an nouncement as an antidote for gos sipmongers Harry Richman mu sical comedy actor and night cluQ entertainer said here today that lie and Clara Bovv motion picture play er would be married iu New York City on NewYears day They have been engaged for several months The announcement of the wedding datewas made after Richman hal conferred last night with Miss Bcw who is in a hospital convalescing from an appendicitis operation Miss Bow previously had declined to name the wedding day but consist ently had denied rumors that hoi engagement to Richman had been broken off Clara and I never were more In ove than we areright now Ricn inan said She will leave the hos pital some time this week and shortly afterward I am leaving New York where she will join no oc Christmas day We wil be mar ried New Years day Richman said he and Miss Bow will spend their honeymoon in caving at the completion of a short vaudeville engagement he has con tracted in New York Their home he said probably would be in York with intermittent visits to rlollywood FRISCO GLIDER EXPERT KILLED Thousands See Attempt to Cross Golden Gate End in Failure SAN FRANCISCO Dec 9 i an attempt to realize a henshed ambition to glide across the Golden Gate Charles Ferguson 35 army warrant officer unged 150 feet to his deatH at rissy field yesterday His frail whipped about in the air at ie end of a line attached to an air ane tore apart and catapulted who saw her husband hurtle to the ground She collapsedand was taken to a hospital Ferguson took offon his attempt ed flignt iu disregard ot advice of army flyers and pilots who branded his project as suicidal In an earlier attempt yesterday the gliders land ing gear was smashed when the towing plane was unable to get off the ground As president of the California glider club last took the same craft in which he met his death to a hill overlooking the Golden Gate in Mariri county As he was about to take off ah injunction obtained by other members of the club who claimed lho glider as their property balked his plans He took the case to a higher court and fin ally won the right to use the craft Scores Killed When Pirates Attack Ship CONTINUED FKOM PAGE 1 attempted to launch lifeboats and ivere drowned when they failed The Sterling came alongside and quickly restored order aboard the ship arresting pirates and extinguishing the flamesThir tyeight wounded buccaneers were sent to the hospital Others of the pirates were placed in jail The American women aboard latching were Mrs Campbell and ler two daughters missionaries rom Los Angeles They were not njured Funeral Services Are Held m Northwoodfor Riley Hartley Age 47 NORTHWOOD Dec services were held here at 2 oclock m Saturday for Riley Smith Hartley 47 of Milwaukee Wis nhose body was brot here for burial ollowing his death in Milwaukee Dec 5 Services were conducted y the Rev William Crossley of the Methodist church at the home of Alice Stott a relative of the eceased His mother Mrs W T lartley of Cedar Rapids and his rother Clarence Hartley of Su erior Wis accompanied the body D North wood and were present at he funeral He also leaves a wife nd six children who were unable o come to Northwood for the uneral rri i i Terrific Winds Are real Britain CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 a atrenuoijs two days at sea in which the waves smashed windows on the promenade deck 60 fuel above the load line The American Roosevelt from New York readied Plymouth after battling winds exceeding 100 miles an hour George Stopfer German was lost overboard but it was be lieved he might have beena suicide Two members of the crew of the destroyer Walpole were washed overboard and drowned The Italian cargo boat Alfri sank about 100 miles off Bordeaux with six of its crew drowning Crew Members Drown The Blue Star liner Andalucia ar rived at Falmouth with some of its passengers cut by flying glass seel thrii the air when mountainous seas struck the ship while they were at Dinner Some said the ship at times had a list of 40 degrees and they expected it tosink Other ships reporting varying de jrees of distress were the Danish cargo boaj Helen whose first mate and n sailor were swept overboard the Spanish freighter Galdames aground just outside Brest Roads with two of crew drowned the Brit ish ship Essex Heath waterlogged and reported sinking between Ushant and Brest fllnny Others in Distress The three masted schooner Notre Dame De Bonne Nouvellc and the schooner Berthe Both foundered near Ushant light but the crews were saved The German steamer Kellerwalil ut into Plymouth for repairs The 3reek steamer Georgias P the Japanese steamer Tasmanian Trans port the Wilson line steamer Car ola the British liner Valacia anil Ihe steamer Laristan whose can tains legwas broken also had dif ficulties The Italian steamer Leonardo dn Vinci reported by radio it was still fightingthe furious storms and had hopss of riding it out without mis hap The ship has paintings valued at 14000000 pounds aboard Wring ing them hsre for an exhibition Always there will be peoplewho learn that it Fulls Downstairs FOREST CITY Dec Louis Steffanson suffered severe bruises and scratches when she 1iJl down a flight of stairs into the c H KUsonsrof otlfs wL tl amble b Umi a Pain onths was among the thousands ul Detroit Free rnss is fooUf5h to I lar of the A E Rasmussen honu Open Daily Until Six Parisian Copies Distinctive Individual NEGLIGEES Give Her a Negligee Most Unusual Christmas Values The richest and most lavish of Silken Gifts NEGLIGEES Models of most expensive Paris creations of sheer lustrous fine silks and rayons Dressy models Tailored models Pa jama sets are included in this fascinating collection es pecially purchased for Christmas selling SECOND FLOOR ten Formerly KilliansInc I I Saturday afternoon but re ceived no broken bonsa U1
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