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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - April 12, 1929, Mason City, Iowa MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FRIDAY APRIL 12 Ian Three Funerals tor Storm Victims CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 stand how a cat could have pscaped one victim related The Ueath list would have been much larger had citizens not taken refuge storm cellars Many hurried to tunnels In sandstone quarries and gscaped After leaving Quion one branch if the tornado swept thru to Mount Pleasant wreckingfarm houses as it went Persons at Brockwell and Mel Hourne reported small tornadoes but little damage resulted Heavy hail storms occurred over large areas particularly in Fulton and Izard counties just north of the storm area FIVE American Artillery Moves Up to Border France is preparing a 50volume treaties on the origins of the World war which traces the history of European affairs from 1870 to 1914 It would be foresighted while they are at it to start with 1918 too and explain the next Yorls Herald Tribune TWIN Paints Lacquers QUALITY VARNISHES CITY Varnishes Enamels TWIN CITY Quality Guarantee VERY product carry ing Twin City name is a Quality product Satisfaction is guaranteed If you purchase a can of Twin City Faint Varnish or Lacquer and for any reason it is not satis factory bring it back and get your money Twin City customers are satis fied customers CONTINUED FROM PAGE I nave been trained on the Mexican Federal garrison from the hills to the south Eighteen American fighting planes and a detachment of United States cavalry remained on the alert for any immediate attack that would subject American territory to gunfire Troops Leave for Border EL PASO Texas April 12 Approximately 500 soldiers from Fort Bliss here were on the march to Hachita N Mex today to be available with the 150 cavalrymen already stationed there to protect American lives and proyerty on the ArizonaMexico border inthe event of a battle between opposing forces in the Mexican revolution The troops who departed yester day Included two battalions of field artillery and the remainder of the seventh cavalry The detachment of cavalrymen dispatched 1o Hachita several days ago belongs to that unit Brig Gen George Van Horn Mosely commandant at Fort Bliss said it would take about six days to complete the march He said the assignment was in the nature of a practice inarch which would put the soldiers in a position to continue into Arizona if necessary To Lecture In Chicago AMES April 12 R M Hughes of Iowa State college will be one of the lecturers in i course on college arid university problems at the University of Chi cago during the summer session He has conducted previous lectures at the university PERFECT SATISFACTION GUARANTEED BY Manning Bros Phone 930 32 East State St Equal to anything ATP rSLJL Popularly priced at Jive to ten dollars Edna Wallace Hopper Edna Wallace Hopper The Eternal Flapper Who Will Appear on the Cecil Theater Stage Sunday Monday and Tuesday April 141516 Sent The Following Telegram to Mier Wolf Sons Co Inc CUM OF Oiy NlflhtUtter L 11 ncnt of these then symbol ippun iturlht check numtsr ol tbh Is tettcrim ehsncttr Is Ijtficsfed by iht symbol iptfwring ifur trie WBSTEim UNION AM NEW COMB CARLTOH rsuEROKxr F nTTIrHI nmT CUSS OF Might Might L H Ihttt ihrw ippetra liter check number ol leleflrim ehirtcttr IntfiuKd by symbol apoelrUia rter RECEIVED AT 1929 APRIL 9 PM 2 21 D 148 14 PAID CHICAGO ILLS 1 50 MIER WOLF SONS CO INC MASON CITY IOWA YOUR NAME HAS BEEN SUGGESTED TO ME AS LEADING FURNITURE DEALER IN MASON CITY STOP WILL YOU KINDLY CONFER WITH MY REPRESENTATIVE AND SELECT ELEGANT BEDROOM SUITE FOR USE IN MY SPECIAL MATINEE FOR WOMEN ONLY AT THE CECIL THEATER ON TUESDAY APRIL 16 STOP MANY THANKS AND BEST WISHES EDNA WALLACE HOPPER The Bedroom Suite selected for Edna Wallace Hoppers stage setting is now be ing displayed in the north show window of Mier Wolf Sons Co Inc North Iowas Largest Furniture Store PUT on a new spring Lanpher Hat and show the world how fit you feel Satiny felt pliant and smooth made of imported fur Handshaped in harmony with todays style Stop at the Lanpher dealers today Assembly to Continue Work for Few Days trituAt i lional purposes Iowa State college for healing plant at Iowa State Teachers college for treatment of indigent persons at University of Iowa hospital 000 On roll call the following1 voted aye Bair Eallew Byers of Fay ette Byera of Linn Dean Ditto Eckles Elliott of PolJc Elliott of Scott Forsling Greene Hall Han sen Hayes Heald Hill Hollings wortb Hollis Hunt Invin Jaycox Lamb tiichty McCreery Mclntosh McMillan Mathews Nelson f Story Orr Pattison Paulson Rat liff Reno RutledgeRyder Rylaiid er Shannon Truax Whiting Wil son Mr The others voted nay except Hatter and Randall absent or not voting The senate gave final approval to a number of house measures and concurred in house amendments to a number of its own measures which go to the governor Ktitledge Bill Sent Back The Rutledge bill to grant the five members of the state highway commission a straight salary of ayear instead of a daily remuneration of was sent back to the house for concurrence in an amendment striking the require that the members spend their full time on commission work By xmanirnously adopting the Greene of Pottawattamie bill the senate approved purchase of the Missouri river highway bridge be tween Omaha and Council Bluffs by either one or both cities The measure which could apply to any river border city allows for single or joint acquisition of bridges charging of tolls to pay fov them and issuance of bonds to retire in debtedness incurred The projects would be subject to approval of the electors Nebraskas legislature has passed a similar bill for Omaha it was announced More Adjustments The senate approved LIOUSR amend ments to the county road bond In crease bill but sent it back for minor amendments Street car companies are given relief in the senate bill as amended by the house providing that cost of paving between one foot outside street car tracks shall be paid one third by the company onethird by abutting property owners and one third from the city general or im provement fund The bill goes to the governor Also sent to the governor was the house bill allowing a damage claim of to Minnie E John son and Emma McNulty of Corning for damage to lots they owned caused by highway commission straightening of the Nodaway river Other Bills Approved Bills finally approved by con currence in amendments include By Clark of Linn allowing Wood bury and Linn counties to levy 1 mill annually for widowed mothers pensions by Wilson of Polk cre ating a real estate commissioner and providing licensing of real es tate brokers and salesmen and senate bills allowing promulgation of more stringent primary road rules and giving the highway com mission condemnation rights in maintenance and improvement as well as establishment and reloca tion of roads The appropriations committee in neduced a bill to grant 15000 to the grand army of the republic de partment of Iowa to defray ex penses of the army encampment to be sought for an Iowa city in 1930 or 1931 Appointments Confirmed DES MO1NES April 12 The senate in executive session this afternoon confirmed reappomtment of three members of the state board of education but refused to con firm the appointment of E E Tarn of Des Moines as state labor com mi 53 loner Tarns appointment failed to re ceive the necessary twothirds vote Board of education members re appointed arc George P Baker of Davenport and Anna B Lawther of Dubuque democrats Wlllard C Stuckslager of Lisoon republican HELEN MORGAN TO BE TRIED Texas Guinan Acquitted in Liquor Case by N Y Jury NEW YORK April 12 Morgan singer of plaintive mel odies and the only woman ever to threaten the laurels of Texas Guinan as the most popular night club hostess of Broadway will on Monday stand trial on the samo charge of which Texas was equitted Miss Morgan musical comedy ctress la charged with maintaining nuisance thru sale of liquor at tue Helen Morgan club at which slia hostess She quit the night club usiness after her arrest last fall Texas was acquitted yesterday in 4 minutes by a jury of middleaged ien who took but two ballots None ad ever been to a night TEe erdist was greeted with cries of whoopee by the spectators and exas lavishly distributed kisses among the specators and jurymen Her only regret she said was hat by her acquittal she lost iSOOOO that had been offerecTher by L newspaper syndicate to write a series of articles on life in jail She issued an invitation to all reBcnt lawyers jurors and specta orn to pass the evening at her new night club The coming out party as Texas termed it was attended by a crowd that taxed the capacity of the club Estherville College scores in Operettt ESTHERVILLE April the presentation Pickles an operetta in three acts Wednesday night the Estherville Junior col lege singers scored a success A large crowd attended and ap plauded the performance enthusi astically The production was under the direction of Miss Dorothy II Latchem and Miss Edna Wilcox Incidental music was furnished by an orchestra under the direction of George Aylesworth Miss Latchem JOHN OROURK OF BRITT DIES Veteran of Civil War Was Britt Resident More Than 20 Years BRITT April 12 funeral of John ORourk a veteran of the Ci vil war and resident of Britt for more than 20 years was held this morningat St Patricks church played the accompaniment The ophere The Rev J P Quinn was in eretta included several solos and duets and many choruses Cemetery Association of Marble Rock Elects FOREST CITY April The annual meetingof the Ladies Cem etery association was held Wednes day afternoon at the public librarv Officers were elected as follows Dr Blanche Neil president Mrs Wil liam Otis vice president Mrs F W Russell secretary Mrs W A Olson treasurer Board of directors Mesdames J H Holmson E N Branstad E A Pickney O A Ol son and Miss Nina Secor Andrew Nelson was reappointed caretaker Fathers backache gets as housecleaning Evans vllle Ind Journal charge Mr ORourk who was past 80 years of age died Wednesday morning He had farmed In Han cock county for many years before he moved into Britt Mr and Mrs ORourk celebrated their sixtieth wedding anniversary Sunday Besides his widow he is survived by several children and grandchild ren Murdor Trial Scheduled SYDNEY April 12 pleaded not guilty to slaying Doug las Taylor William Reed Hamburg constable will go on trial next Wednesday Another kind of farm relief might consist in intercepting letters from sons and daughters at Waterloo Courlr Save on Stockings Silk Stocking Luxury at Economy Prices These wonderful new lowpriced McCalluins are called the Thrift McCallums because they give so much extra value for your money Rest assured that they are genuine McCallums They have the wonder ful McCallum fit and line Selects Speakers for Graduation Exercises SHEFFIELD April senior class of tbc Sheffield high school has chosen the Rev L W 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