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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 23, 1929, Mason City, Iowa MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE WEDNESDAY JAN 23 29 SEVEN B FO CLEAR LAKE GLOBEGAZETTE KATHRYN McGOWAN Editor 1 Office Phone No 239 I LEE DcWIGGINS Manager Resilience Telephone No 0 LAKE COMMERCE STUDENT LISTED Miss Ada C ho ate Named Among Speedy Typists of School LAKE Jan Ii C Bmith and Corona Typewriters incor porated has just Issued its honorroll of Instructors whosestudents have written 60 or more net words a min ute for 15 minutes Miss Genevleve Taylor local commercial teacher has a student who has placed among this group of 15 young people Miss Ada Kay Choate who wrote at the rale of 51 words a minute with 92 per cent accuracy This list contains the names of pub lic school and private school commer cial instructors all over the United States The state of Iowa has about lij students who have written at the rale of 60 words per mtnuto or more durins September October and No vember CLEAR LAKE LOCALS Book Review to Be Given at Crescent rimmed glasses Monday Finder return to GlobeGazette Re ward E M Duesenberg went to Madison Wis Tuesday evening on a business visit Park Theater tonight Shear er in Latest From Paris lOc 25c Mrs Sam Kennedy Jr has gone Chicago for a visit with relatives Carnival Dance 1 O 0 F Hall Jan 25 Hazel Hydes Orchestra Admission 50c couple Extra lady 2fit Mrs C A Knutson Mrs B W Wood and Mrs Cora Vedler have re1 turned to Clear Lake after spending the past week in Washington D C Mra Knutson a delegate to the Cause and Cure of War convention held there Story of Mohawk Lions Basketball Game on Sports Page CLEAR LAKE Jan account of lie LionsMnliaivJt IMS lietball flit jilayid at Mason City Tuesday night will ho found on the sport page The store was Mn sm City SI Clear Lako 17 Tuesday Luncheon Bridge Party Opens Series of Affairs Sewing Circle to Make Quilts Rugs for War Veterans CLEAR LAKE Jan inl jtial nfeeting ot members of the Lc srlon Auxiliary Sowing Circle this lyoar will bo held at the club rooms Friday afternoon Tho thno will tie spent piecing a quilt and crocheting rugs for the World War Veterans lospital at Knoxvllle Every member has been urged to attend Refresh ments will be served at the close COMING EVENTS club with Mrs A B Phillips T B club with Sirs Ar thur Johnson Legion Auxiliary Sewlnff Circle to meet in club rooms Carnival dance I O O F hall Christian Workers with Mrs B L Hudson telling hour ror kid dles at library club with Mrs C R Woodford D ot U V installation of officers Home declamatory contest in htgii school auditorium of Ps open volley hall contest CLEAR LAKE Jan J Raymond NSTiltesides entertained 20 guests at a 1 oclock luncheon and bridge parly at her home on East Main street Tuesday The event was the initial one in a series to be given High and second high score prizes Club Meet Thursday wcre w phiiiips CIIOAU IjAlvE Jan Jndia1 r Katljorine Mayo will be reviewed nt IVie regular Crescent club mcetiiu Tluirsdiiy afternoon by Mrs Palmetcr The hostess will be Mrs A 13 Phillips South Fourth Mrs Roy Martin Twentyfour guests have been invited fora similar party Thursday Those dirigibles are not likclyto be comegenerally popular owing to tho difficulty of stowing them into the backyard Star How Doctors Treat Colds and the Flu To break up u cold overnight or to cut short an attack ot grippe infill on sore throat or lonsilitis physi riuns nnd druggists are now recom mending Calotabs the purified and re lined calomel compound tablet thfit Bivcs you the effects of calomel ruul salts combined without Ihc unpleasurt effects of Mther One or Culotiibs at bedtime with a swallow waits no nausea nor the slightest in terCerence with your work or pleasure Next morning1 your cold has fled and you ruu feeling fine a hnrjrty ajiitctito for breakfast Kat xvhnt you danger Get a family package containing full directions only 35 cents At any drug stove Aiv MASOX CITTS FINEST STORE 1OK MEN AND BOYS S Mens Overcoats Values to I Q now J Values to now ftt Values to now O f Values to now Li mg Boys Suits 20 off Boys OCoats 25 off Boys Sweaters 20 off Lumberjacks Leather and Corduroy Jackets priced at great savings This is xour opportunity to buy the very best merchandise produced at a saving that means dollars to you PMTON BROTHLRS dollar does ils L uLu 13 SOUTH FEDERM JURORS SUGGEST DISCHARGE OF 5 MORE POLICEMEN Philadelphia Judge Attacks Methods in Crime In vestigation PHILADELPHIA Jan Tho special grand jury iuvesttsatio oC etuis murders bootlegging and o ice corruption which lias resulted in a reorganization of tha police bureau and tlio suspension ot more than policemen on the ground that they wcro unablo to satisfactorily explain the source of their wealth will cou tinuo until Philadelphias underwork is wiped out District Attorney Mon alian made this statement after the inquisitors had mado a presentment to Judge O Lewis recommending the dis missal ot two more detectives am three patrolmen formerly attached t the defunct liquor raiding squtu known as unit Ao 1 as unfit to iiol public office Asks Oilier Removal In its presentment the grand jury stated that Frank Freund head ai automobile wtuaii liad been unabl to explain satisfactorily tho source about lie had accumulate and which ho was alleged to iiavo told the Jurors lie had kept in caches in the celJnr of his home or in an iron box in a hole in Uio wall back of u woodpiio Juilgo Harry S McLcvltt president iudge ot tho common pleas court last denounced the grand jury for ifc demoralization of the jiollee force Him tho testimony of acltconfeb jailbirds Judge McDevitt was addressing Association of Credit Wen 1 object to this demoralization of oui pollco forco by Inspiring in it the feai that any selfconfessed jailbird who points his finger at a policeman can obtain that iiollcemans suspension Defends Iolice Force It is getting Ko that 4 hours oflei a man is arrested he can turn arouuc and say that a year ago ho gave the policeman who now arrested him a 20 dollar sold piece for n Christmas present anil his word is taken ngalns that of tho officer ot the Isxw Our police forco compares favorably with that of other cities Why should its members DO per cent oC whom am sure are honest suffer such un warranted humiliation S of V Auxiliary to Transact Special Business at Meeting CLEAR LAKE Jan business will ue taken up at the regu lar Sons of Veterans Auxiliary meet in tiis I o O F liai Wednesday vcnlne The meeting will be cured t oclock Every member has een urged to attend officers have aid RefrPRhments will be served PneumonicInfluenza Rages in Fiji Islands SUVA Fiji Jan 23 Pncuinonii itifiuonxa lias affected nl of Ilic inhabitants of tlic ifiiainl oC RoHmia except two lijiiropcaiis and 50 IMjians Thnro havebeen thirty one deaths said Information received here today The epidemic is decreas ing GERMAN YACHTS ON WAY TO U S Pleasure Crafts Built for Americans to Arrive Soon BREMEN Germany Jan 23 Sixtynine motor and sailing yachts luxury craft ordered by wealthy Amer icans along1 the Atlantic seaboard are down on the hooka oC Iho United States lines for shipment to Lho United States between and early spring Freight agents in 13vetnen and Ham burg1 estimate that hundreds of small bouts built hi German yards have been shipped duringthe past few days The steamship America now ctirouto for New York carries a beautiful yacht built at Vetfesuck Tho yacht pro ceccled under her own power to the ships side at Brcmorhaven and then was lifted aboard by cranes Former customs regulations vltled that any craft arriving at an American port under her own power could enter duty free Gorman bulld 01 s then shipped bouts to Halifax whence they finished tho trip under thfIf own power This loophole soon discovered and American cus toms restitutions were amended cordingly Stray Sliot Hits Farmer ONAWA Jan 3 John Bils 35 suffered serious injuries when shot by a neighbor directed at hog1 glanced and struck Bohnl In liic Davenport Grocery Man Runs Store on Site Where Raised DAVENPORT Jan 23 gro cer ot tho oldschool Is Frank Hoffman who runs a grocery store hero on the same site on which he born in 1SG1 See that counter there lie pounded an old fashioned black vnl nut fixture My father and mother hrot lhat when they came here in 1S51 from Cincinnati lie slapped it again And its us good as new he added No frlgidalre cash register adding machine or electric lights may be found in Hoffmans treas ures the old fixtures That there cooler lie said was made by brother John and I GO years ago out of pine wood And over here He called atten tion to the antiquated cloclc is some thing older than I am That weight cloclc father brot from Germany In 1SIS He got it in trade for a ivalch Oh Its some clock I tell you Wind er up and she goes This old red oak and white ash barrel with M staves ho said re moving the lid to scoop out sonic salt was made in 3MT So Hoffman runs his Btore lie turns an aceold cooffee irrinder Ilrcs liis own stove am cuts his bacon by gas light Flu on Increase in European Countries LONDOX Jan 23 appeared today to bo on tho Incrcvi In Europe Tho epidemic was acute in London where many officers were crippled by tho absence of party of their stafte Medical workers were Issuing leaflets on how to avoid and euro Influenza Hungary Finland and Germany were among tlio chief JSuropcnn suf ferers Warsaw alone reported 100000 cacies with some deaths hut the cdldumlc was milder in Poland than iu same other countries Marines Being Kfinoveil SHANGHAI Jan S3 United States transport Henderson arrived from Tientsin today with 000 American marines This marked the withdrawal of the last of tho marines from norli China COMPLEXION IMPROVED QUICKLY Look Fill Be Alive Get rid of that pasty sallow blemished complexion Instead of spending many dollars on fancy creams and skin lotions bay a 25c pkg of Carters Little Liver Pills and remove the constipation poi sons Your skin will be quickly cleared and your health improved All Druggists 25c and 75o red pkgs CARTERS INFILLS Fords tdvlse however is to spend your next months money Times Youll 1 like this breed better than ny oldtime brand Jhe New Sweet Com WHY NOT buy the DIAMOND where you fian do the best Watch Specials Mens Strap Ladies Wrist Watches THESE WATCHES MAKE GOOD OK WE DO NUP SEO The Lepper Jewelry Co 10 FIRST STREET S E qc ZM Former Whittemore Young Man Dies at Sanitarium WHITTEMORE Jan mes sage has been received hero stating the noatli of Thomns White Jr 10 at a sanitarium at Oakdiile The young man was tlie son of Thomas White Kr and was bom hero while his father editor of tho Whltlemoro The fam ily later moved to Boonc Four brothers Joseph Harolrl Vincent and James and one Ulster Marie survive ljurlnl was made at Boime on Monday Observe Birthday WHITTKMOniC Jan child ren and several relatives and rricndH of Joseph Meurcr Sr finiprised him Sunday liis eislitlelli birthday anni versary Aflcr dinner tha timo was spent 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