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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 25, 1929, Mason City, Iowa son City News on This AND MASON CITY DAILY TIMES FRIDAY JAN 251929 Second Section EVENTS 1 Jun City Rotarians to bo guests of local club Sun Gras at First M E church p m Sponsored by Wesley League Jan W C A annual meeting to be lield at the Y W Jan time dance at St Jo sophs Parish hall Feb Russo and his Oriole or chestra will play for dance a tho armory sponsored by Legion drum corns Feh Association o Machinists fourth annual Valentine IjaU at armory Feb club will present Jean Groa marionettes In high school auditorium for matinee and evening performances City News In Brief CLARK DIRECTS VERDICT FOR RAILROAD f y t William Johnson ReElected Labor Assembly President LOST BY WIDOW OF J H LAWLER Henry Curvo Loses Automobile Case by Jury Decision t I Talk with Priitt 6 1st morfgn bonds JlOO and up Phone 961 For coal phono Kclim at 500 Remnant ami rummage snle Satur day Mcrltols Bargain Basement Dance with Ban Kusso and Ins Oriole orch Armory Fri Feb 1 Victor anil Brunswick recording j AI TSbemi Charles City attended to business Here Thursday and Fri day Kcmimnt and rummage sale Siituv Oay jMerkels Bargain Basement Tho of the eonKre lpgation of the Trinity Lutheran scheduled tor Thursday eve nine has Ijeen indefinitely iiostponed Sot jour S100 earning 6 per rait A 10ft 1st Mortgage Bond ready ilason City Loan Investment Co F T Vasey superintendent of aclioola is at Rochester Minn this week where ills wife ia said to be re V covering rapidly from a recent opera Tunicas Colonials play Dance gles Hall Saturday night Falher Jusenli Fitzpnlrick and Will Uarey Storm Lake arc In the city relatives I Tliu Holy Family Lailics Aid card ill party at PO 13 Jan 25 is post i poned until lrab 1st M 1 Lewis rural currier oil route one has returned to Ills home on vv Twelfth street northeast atter sev eral days illness at the Mercy hos pital M C Loan Investment Co for 1st JItgesInsured Bonds Gilt Edge Invs JBasliiora Waiuglital who has jila rural carrier at tho poatotllce hero Sslnco the beginning the rural de livery service here in 1002 has been i liVgranted a 00 day leave of absence L y His son Perry will assume his duties in his absence Si Ivor Creek lump 5850 Indepen dent Grain Irucl Co j Mr anrl Mrs K t Gallagher yioux Uitv are tho parents of a scvon jintl unohali pound baby txy boiu Kridiiy at the Mercy hospital Best of 1928 Corn Crop at Annual Exhibit Here o Judge Joseph J Clark sustained motion to direct a verdict for the de fendant Jn the case of Mrs Catherine Lawler vs thef Hock Island i railroad shortly before noon Friday thus brinp Ing to a closo a hard fought lega battle in which the plaintiff was ask ing S10000 In connection with the death of her husband Joseph H Law Icr In sustaining this motion the judge upheld the defensecontention that when J6seph Lawler crossed tho Rock Island spur track on South Monroe avenua on Oct 10 1927 he did not exercise sufficient caution and that his death as result of being struck by a locomotive on Hint day was duo to his own negligence Tho motion for the directed verdict was presented Ihe defendant attorneys T 13 Li Marklcy of Mason City and Sir Reed of DCS lUoiues at oclock T is plolured the 102g coni Bhow a9 seen sentatioi of the plamtift s evidence the exhibit this week While the display is not as large in nomc ineinotion was resisted by ayguments Heviolls years xhere wclQ mori thail 100 siimpics shown and of tho plaintiff attorneys Julius oil Aines experts who huve been here in previous years said that there is i noticeable iinpixiixiuent in the samples shown ISvklcntly Cerro Goido Evergreen Order H Is Received at Hampton IllAMVTON lan 1Vr rts nursery nl this cily IUIH hut in beikvrU H hi HIP liusrsl vcrjrrcen order cvor shipped by one u while Unrl Ferris way iiitcnd tho Illinois Nursery mens convcn iun at Chicago last week y An order was given to the loial Irseryinon for seven rarloads tf vcrjjreens ranpnig from three to ll i rjrist in heteht ijy a nursery johbiiiK iinn in JJelroit totaling several thou sand dollars I While at Ihe convention Mr FetiJs nlso received larjjre order a for one t carJonl of dahlia mid i bulbs to be shipped to Katon tuwn X 1 and lio other JL stvaiRht iftrlofid of bulbs for fiEsUnhu tiytT to scvnnil southern livjiiichcN f a clistiibutin firm The two Joads will niEtUo ficvoral million bulbs of Mason City and 11 M Boornian of Atlantic Friday rnorniny Curvo Loses Case A sealed verdict giving the nlaintiff nearly in the case of the Over landMason company vs Henry Curvo was returned by a jury in tho district court Thursday night The case was a suit for payment of a note and other bills In connection with the purchase of an automobile by Mr Curvo three years ago The al legation of tho defendant was that tlie automobile faulty In construction and did not j5ve satisfactory service The pleas to the jurors wore made y H F dough plaintiff attorney and John Scnncff rejiroscnting the de fense Thursday afternoon Lout her Case Starts The trial of tho caso cif Ida Louther vs George Hoboes involving a claim lor in alleged damages started Friday rhomlri before Judge C H Kolley The allegation of the plaintiff Is that she was injured when nn automo bile driven by the defendant struck a buggy wlucli she was riding in the southeast part of tlie city in Decem ber She charges the defendant iji ffilling to Ireep to tho Iiyht side of the roiid while contending that she had tho vehicle she was rldintr close to be bank oC snow ou hor nito of Ihc road The defense allegation la tliat the accident iliieto rle nunts and conditions Tor which neith er prnly to blnuic Tho plainlifC was Hie first j on the stand and was questioned by her uitprney A WII iliama is the atUvnoy the aiU farmers wlio are in the corn show are learning the requisites ot show corn as well as how to grow bushels in the field Y CELEBRATES AT SUCCESS OF MEMBER DRIVE Waterloo and Charles City Volleyball Players Brave Storm to I1 W OAKO OF THANKS tt express our most sin L our friends and noigli Ijors lfgion Nu 101 jXnterican Tegion itnxilimy shop employes meniljers oC llawUcj1 No IIMGT A of M tliu At jBl 11 K employes anil his hospital liuddicw of KxrelHior Mo for tlujlr lind sympathy and hcauilful floral nf ps during tht doath of our lato lrotbrr nnil undo Henry L Anrtejson K Af Avncnsov KDUlli ANDKRSON W If ANDEHSON Kellar Will Head Federated Lutheran Brotherhood in 1929 H Kclliir chosen iMTsiddiit of tho Lutheran Brother hood of Cerro tiordo county at the in miiU meeting1 of the organivation at I ho Central Laithonm church Thurs day evening Otlior for tho yujir iio Martin Ioronvccn 1 Kockwoll Folni j loar secretary and Thcsodurc Thornton troaKlircr soniK hy a matin nj of Mrs H 1C Mrs C V Dittx lloyd Wl jlo mid X X Quruidnhl rind a by O C Korlion Duo tn tlir fict Iluit he stomi Uoil the Jlock wi1 IregnLion hero tho A Hinrh scfvixl at tbc close of Ihc imothiir next nice lint of I lie 1 redcraLlnu will Ijc Hd nt tho Lutlior I a M cliiirrh in MJC third in Mnnh FOR SALE OR LEASE The corner of 2nd Street S j and Federal Avenue size 110 fccL on Federal and IGa feet on nd Ono oC thft vycanL corners on Fed eral Avcnnn In tho City Own er will rnalte long lime or sell on tenns Call fJIdiy Thone 131 at Iluivaiu Jan meet ins of the Tadirs Aid society the followini officers rlcclPil JrcHidont Mrs Leslie thOWK vicrt president Mvs AV A Duffy nnd srcrctary and ticasuror Mrs L 11 Kfiz More than 150 mcmhcis oC tlio Y old and new were present at tlie ban quet helcT at the Y M C A dining room to cclebriito the successful close of the annual membership driveIn addition to local members about 15 members from Charles City nndt Wat erloo were present having faced northwest gales and bucked finow drifts to bu present to compete in vol leyball yanics with local teams Dr J L INiuley presided at the banquet He liUrolucetl an the first Hpealvpr Dr Crabb who spoke a word of both to tlio new members and tlio visitors fvom other citlCB lie said that filling thn nuola In the vc ntfinbcrsliiiJ drivn had asaurecl faHon ity liiiit tho V would eon tiiLitito oijprale ns ft duringiho past Ilo consratuhucd the or KaniwUEini upun tho HUCCCSS or ils IcMs sayfiiy ho liwd seen as ctcui Uiidorsbip H tie organisa tion had in C K tiihnan general sec retnry Ivan Itarncs physical director uid Kvion Kuges director of boys work Itichcr la Winner Joo Daniels the next speaker re ported the winner of the membership drive to be Ram Richer who nosed out ISiUlie Uaujngarlner by a narrow mar ffln The prixe awarded to Mr Kicher was five junior Tnemberahlps In a short ncknovricdscnient talk he aa Hiircd the crowd that he would be able to make use ot the junfor member Kolloivjnc the dinner new niemliers were shown thru Ibo building and glv LMI an nnportunjly to he conic iictiualnt od with their new in vestment while tho volleyball players were preparing Cor the inter city contests Charles City Defeated Jn tho first yamo of the evening Waterloo playing1 first jjamo iisvtfnst finif dofonted Charles City 5S to tG In the second Kame Jlason Clly lutlil tile vrteran Waterloo aggrega tion lo a to 88 nln Waterloo and Charles City then divided two 5 point City Inking Ihc tlrat to 31 jind Waterloo taking the hec onil to j lineups were Waterloo Boyson iroffmiin Mc 1Virland P Cohn anil M Colin ihrirlcs Jlcddcnn Fre U a user Nichols and AVood Ma son City first JSrown Pauley Woucl and Hall Ma son City second Xtcb ols fitlnsoru iIaynes Grattidgc Ifar rcr and Pat ton NEW SERVICE IS ASSURED SCOUTS IN THIS COUNCIL Milwaukee Railroad Interest in Local Or ganization Information has jiuat reached the lo cal Boy Sout council office concern an Important meeting of region seven regarding scout executives who are maintained by tho various rail roads The North Iowa council will receive n tho near future the services of M T Holligsworth who is employed by Chicago Northwestern Railway lompany Mr duty vlll he to service communities aloiiR ho rightofway oe the C N and W n such activities aa organizing and Boy Scout troops Thefact that the ChicagoMihvau eo and St Paul Kail road company ins deemed it of vital importance to special meetingfor the purpose C laying plans for organization work 3 perhaps one of the greatest stops oiward in the organisation of Boy Scout troops alonp the rightofway of he various railroads Meeting at Chicago The first railroad company that nainlalnecl a scout executive for this service was the Missouri Pacific On Tuesday evening Jan 15 at the Ertgewater Beach hotel Chicago was held the annual banquet ol the central region of the Boy Scouts of America This banquet rinsed the annual two day business i of the region and was attended by about 500 field men and organizers Among those at the speakers tnhle were Dr James West chief scout executive New York Dr George J Fisher deputy chief scout executive Xew York Wal ter M KlpHnser regional scout execu tive region seven Chicago Howard F GUlette of Xew York Philip L Heed of Armour C company O TV Dynes general solici tor of the Chicago Milwaukee and St Paul railroad A W Smalleii special representative of the vice president of the snmo road1 and Samuel II Cacly general solicitor of the Northwestern Knows Scouting Value At the beginning of the banquet twelve boys In full scout uniform marched to the speakers table stated they represented the twelve states In which tho Milwaukee has been Instru mental in Boy Kctnit troop organIzti tlon work and voiced their apprecia tion of the activities of this railroad in Membership Cainpaign to Be Pushed During 1929 Plan Conference With FairVr o 11 i u Officials on Matter of Scalded as Hot Changing Dates William Johnson local railroad ma chtnlst was reelected president of the Mason City Labor assembly for the fourth time at the annual meeting of the organization at tho Labor hall Thursday evening1 Frank Cota motion picture operator was elected vice president William Grlebllng for eight y e a v s president oC the state union car penters and p e r m a rent lelegato o that body to the state fed eration of la bor meetings a s elected s e c r e tary wlnntup over C W Htckok placed in represen Water Faucet Is Opened Dean Richard Stewart one year old son of Mr and Mrs Gerald Stawart 216 Fourteenth place northeast at the Mercy hospital recovering from burns received as ho was plnyinff In tlie bath tub at homo It Is thot that hewas lying on his back in the tub and accidentally kicked the hot water faucet open His entire back was scalded as the hot water poured into the tub Doctors said there was some Improvement In his condition Friday Bnai Brith Lodge Elects Officers Members of the Bnni Qrlth lodge re port the annual elsctlon of officers us taking at a recent meeting Off eleotefl were Mat Witz presi dent Bam Richer vice president Joe Robinson secretary Sam Wolf trean urer Sam Raizes warden Joa Bloom monitor Sam VVoldnian assistant monitor Ben Benowltz guardian Wil liam Lamer trustee for a three year term AT THE HOSPITALS Entertain Near Coulter COULTER Jan anU fflnier Hanson entertained emu young men at an oyster supper re aently at their home east of town SCOUT MEETING HERE THURSDAY I North Iowa Council Group to Hear Report of New Committee A meetingof all scoutmnslcrs as Distant scoutmasters and leiuity scuu of the Xorlh council has tjeen called foiThuisUaj evening by Commissioner C J Sherman is by virtue oC his itlon chairman of the scuut leaders group The Jiieetine will bo In the form oC a dinner at the Y W C A beginning at a number of important matters bo tnlvcn up tlurinjj the course of the 1erhaps the most import ant oC these will be the report of the anniveitnry program cojn mitteo composed of C B Sherman Harry B Russell Ctiarlcs It Crumb D T Kelley Don Lindsay Walter Mavcs 13rdix Swift 1 M Kobcrtsou O K Johnson K C Moody Dr C Towers and S Prilehjird A Koy Scout ficlil fOinTllitteo was appointed at tho October KOnl j their behalf leaders merlins composed of S Ij 1 General Hollcitor Dynes who spolfc Haynca chairman scoutmaster troop fnithe railroad said in part that the IS Henry Iiicis tvuutinnslcr troop j Miltviiukcc roads interest fn Scout K Nora Springs Harold Doe work is not altruisticbut a far scoutmaKtcr tioop 7 Clear fakc I Iillpy Eoutmaster troop STi AV JOHNSON also had been nomination John KUopec lativc of the carmens organization was chosen serKeantatarms Tho assembly voted to adopt the slogan of the national organisation of labor to Increase the membership and a committee made up of Mr HIckolc chairman Mr Cota and Mr was chosen to carry on the work of raising the local membership to 100 per cent Mr Grlebltnpr urged upon the delegates to report to Ihclr orga1 nlzatlons that necessity of Rending 1 their per capita and rent checks to him x A committee made up oC Mr John son Mr Grlebling and A W Kit to was chosen to meet with the fair asso ciation for the purpose oC taking up the matter of a possible change of dates to include the fair schedule with the Labor day program j The assembly chose George Walsh Isaac Twedten and Alfred Fisher as auditors for the year The organiza tion also took action Interceded by resolution for arbitration of the cllt nute involving1 the striking employes of the Allen A hosietry mills at Kenosha Wls LaVonne Weaver Meservey admitted to the Mercy hospital day TCulh Minott 112S North Jefferson avenue underwent a major operation at the Mercy hospital Friday Mrs C E Mix Britt wng admitted to the Mercy hospital Friday MARSTONS DEPENDABLE USED CARS 1143618 So Delaware Thornton anil Art IIogs spoiitinaalei1 troop 1 Thin committee will make its report for tho 1929 annual ficlrt meet wiucli la usually held In May Keep Snow Away From Hydrants Firemen Say Firemen have Issued a warning to property owners against burying hy drants with snow shoveled from walhs A request to keep sill hytlnints shovolcd frnn of wis nlsi issued the departinenl JCeeping1 hy Iranls free of snow mny nietin a big oC property in case of a fire TJ H Shtrc said siffhLcJ business policy as the road has over 50000 workers ir the 1500 communities served by its 11000 miles of line ind always be recruiting its employes from the youth of the country The younjj man who has had Boy Scout training will be courte ous In his relations with the public atid his fellow workers will be watch ful and resourceful In prevention of accidents and his moral influence will improve the morale of tho railroad organization In the opinion of tho Milwaukee representative Reports Suit of Clothes Stolen From Rooming House Cecil PIcUett rooming at 219 North Monroe avenue reported to police the loss Thursday evening1 of IL suit oC clothes which lie boUevca tiLolen by another roomer k SHE Wouldnt have a Dia mond uijless it came from SENEYS wise girl The Place Youve Hcnrd Almiil SHOE RcpnlrlnjHAT ClcaninK CENTRA I SHOE SHOP 117 South Feiiernl Mason City ICY WINDS CAUSE MAN TO SEEK JAIL DAY AFTER RELEASE Iry winds and blinding evidently hold no chnrm for Joo GornJMi who Friday renewed tho lease on the county jail cell which lie vaentcd only tlio before Wlien his lorrn ran out Thursday he immediately mnde appUentioji for n renewal by becoming intoxt ualcfl Judge Lowell Korbes sen tenced him lo SO days on tho in foxtcation charge The criso iigninst Jinley Young also arraigned for intoxlnatton was continued until S n m RuUirday Announce Change in Time of William Moore Rites Patleraons funeral home n in tho scheduled funeral vices for William Moore from T p m Friday o 2 p in Katiirdoy MrMoore died at a local hospital Wtduesdaj morning1 from pneumonia Lumbermen io Meet CRESTOX Tan 25 Stan ley L Krcbs Xew York City will be one of Hie principal speakers nt tho twontythinl annual convention of the wow torn Jowa Retail Tnmber mons npHoofatttin horf Fob r fi and 7 He tnltc on ciodits and colleu Wrecker Service If your cir IH turned over you lrrnk a wheel or lose the motor Mir hip while OLL htun Paige jjervlcq car will you in rust cill OCT NKVKR KAIIy Lau Motor Co Rlit Cull 1I8L Ilionc anil Service We Specialize Fitting Glasses For Mechanics Carpenters Blncksmitha Brlck InyotK oto do not tnkc tbe samo kind of klrisbrH as the jtvoraRo ulnHs of peojile SEE LBPPEK AND SEE COMFORTABLY D A N C E DAN RUSSO And His Oriole Orchestra is famous as being the most versatile aggrega tion of the present period for they possess five distinct combinations in one group and they are a dance orchestra a concert orchestra a saxophone sextette a marimba unit a stringed instrument section This famed orchestra will furnish the music and entertainment for a Dance at the Armory Ma son City Friday night Feb 1st Even if you do not care to dance you should come and hear this Victor and Brunswick recording orchestra com posed of university1 and college men For busy husbands Gruen Quadrant A busy man needs 0trap watch just is much his pocket watch The one for tafmil the other for busy office days for sports and when he wears no vest Your husband will be es pecially pleased with thia amirt Gruen Qujdron priced fromjjo Come in and see it CREDIT MURRAY JEWELRY CO M it A HIIB How Livable WALLPAPER Makes A Room Make your home look cozy and comfort able with wallpaper It will add charm and beauty to every room at a very reasonable cost See the many attrac tive new patterns in the Sample Books and the interesting ways of using them pic tured in the Home Decoration Book ltuvnsherry Decrit Cniitf Hrr3 Iiprriny iind Colors ml oil i QUICKER SERVICE BETTER FOOD Now faster service because food is served from steam table at soda fountain Its cooked in the kitchen served closer to the booths You dont wait a minute Luncheons 35c to 50c finest quality food spic and span kitchen and we invite you to visit it anytime Our creed cleanliness FINE CANDIES always fresh home made Wide va riety bulk and box Shell like Olympia chocolates NORTH FEDERAL THE OLYMPIA CANDY SALE SATURDAY AND SUNDAY ONLY Absolutely fresh Chocolates very delicious Pick any flavors you wart in Ihe candy case regular 60c quality mn Two days ona pounil for1UC TWO POUNDS FOR 75c These fine Chocolates were not made to sell at a special price our standard quality Thla sule Is to make new customers Tasty food appetizing nourishing Stop in while shopping after the Iheater or dance CHOCOLATE SHOP 153 SOUTH FKDEUAI SIASON CITY 3rd ANNUAL BALL Given by Charles City Council No U C T THURSDAY JANUARY 31 Music By WALLY ERICKSONS Original Coliseum Orchestra Direct from Coliseum Ballroom Worlds Largest dance floor St Paul Minn AUDITORIUM Tickets Extra Ladies 50c Hear Them Monday Jan 28 Over WCCO at 11 p m ;