Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 28, 1936 · Page 33
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, DECEMBER 28 H1936 THREE SON OF ECUADOR ENVOY KIDNAPED 15 Year Old Boy Restored to Home After 5 Hours of Captivity. WASHINGTON, (.-PI—The ambassador of Ecuador, Senor C. E. Alfaro, reported to the state de- | partment Monday that his 15 year j old son had been restored to his home after having been kidnaped by three unidentified men on I Christmas night. Ke had been | missing approximately five hours. | The ambassador gave details to! R. Walton Moore, acting secretary j of state, but made no request for j action by this government. j The acting secretary of state j said he assumed the Washington j police were handling the case. i Accosted by 3 Men. i The envoy's son, Olnieda Alfaro. j told his father he was strolling in i the vicinity of the Army and Navy j club at about 10 p. rr... Christmas | night when he was accosted by; three men who drove up in a j closed automobile. j They forced him into the ma- i chine."the boy said, compelled him ; to smoke a cigaret which the boy i said he suspected was drugged and | drove with him through the city streets for several hours question- I ing him about members of his family. Ejected From Car. At about 3 a. m., the boy said, they ejected him from the automobile in the southeast section of the capital. From there, young Alfaro made his way to a telephone and summoned his father, who found the boy and returned him to their home in the Mayflower hotel The boy said his captors robbed him of a small sum of money arid several pieces of wearing apparel. 9 Lynched in U. S. Past Year, Fewer Than for 4 Yean; TUSKEGEE, Ala., (IP)— Nino persons were lynched in 1936 in the United States, a smaller number than in any of the last four years, Dr. F. D. Patterson, president of Tuskegee institute, said. All the 1936 victims, a report from the institute's department of records and research said, were Negroes, and all were killed m the soulh. Lynch totals for recent years were announced as 20 in 1935; lo in 1934. and 28 in 1933. No wonder reform is difficult You see, the sacred cows cant change without admitting they have been wrong.—Fountain Ian Tribune. 100,000 TO "BE CURED OR DIE" Police Awaiting Orders for Drug Addicts Roundup in Peiping. PEIPING, (&)— About 100,000 drug addicts, ordered by the government to "be cured ' or die," will be liable for execution after New Years, Mayor Chin Teh- Chun estimated Monday. Police officials awaited orders for the roundup of addicts which is scheduled to start shortly after the Dec 31 deadline set by the government several months ago. Mayor Chin expressed beaef, however, the executions would be limited to a few hundred in the early stages of the campaign ^ death for confirmed narcotic US He' pointed out the chief purpose of the drive is to provide a moral lesson and said municipal officials were depending largely on co-operation from Japanese consular authorities in halting drug sales by Koreans. The Chinese claim the drug traffic is carried on almost entirely by Korean salesmen who, as Japanese nationals, cannot be brought to justice under Chinese law. "The world may condemn us for what may be a wholesale execution of drug sufferers but since we cannot reach the real cause of the evil here—namely, the Korean dealers—our only recourse is to' make the use of drugs so dangerous that people simply will not dare to take up a habit punishable by death," a high Chinese official said. High Profit on Ewes Reported by Farmer GUTHRIE CENTER, (ff)— Winford R. Armstrong, Guthrie Center farmer, said he cleared nearly 100 per cent on six high grade ewes he bought last spring. Armstrong, a young fanner with a wife and small son,' said he borrowed money from the Resettlement Administration to make a start, and spent $48 of the loan to buy the ewes. Up to date he has received $67.15 gross income from the sale of lambs and wool, the farmer said. Howard J. Dodge, Rural Rehabilitation supervisor here, estimated the feed and labor costs of the sheep at $20. On that basis, he pointed out, the sheep have netted the farmer about $47. Armstrong has the original stock which he will use as a nucleus for a flock which the fanner intends to build up through additions and RECOVER BODY FROM MOUNTAIN Man Killed in Fall, Hangs Head Down From Rope Over 24 Hours. GLENCOE, Argyllshire, Scotland, (>P)—The body of William Christie, which had dangled head down from a rope near the peak of a 3,000 foot mountain for more than 24 hours, was recovered Monday by five mountain climbers. When the body was brought to the foot of the mountain just at nightfall, doctors said the mar. probably had been killed instantly when he fell. The mountain climbers risked their lives in repeated attempts to reach the body of the 25 year old climber. the use of a purebred ram, Dodge said. COUGHS due to colds relieved with one swallow. . Best thing ever, or money back. 35X. THDXINE DRESSES Starts Tuesday At 8:30 a.m. LAST ROUND-UP i Prices to Thrill You! i We've taken a wild ride j through the store, "roped" | the best merchandise and knocked down prices. Everything's branded for a sellout. You won't need a ticket to get in—but come early! This show is going to stampede shoppers! Odd lots and some broken size ranges, of course—but savings that count every time! Entire Stock Repriced in 2 Large Groups LOT 1 — A GROUP OF 156 DRESSES of t* plains. Long and "M length sleeves. C o. misfos and women. Black. Brown, Navy land many' high shades. Sizes 12 to o2. each .......... LOT 2 — A GROUP OF 70 DRESSES Dresses from our better dress stocks. All silk crepes and Matelasse. Also nubby weaves. Repriced for this eyent, and what bargains. Plenty of good colors and neat turn;,. Sizes 12 to 52, each .................................. EN'SSUITS- HOUSE FROCKS One grand group of all broken sizes and patterns taken from all higher pi-iced linos. Your choice— Plenty of Salespeople to Give You Prompt Service Way Below the Original Prices! i ii | One Lot — Includes odds and ends, broken sixes, in 0 | regular styles, sport backs, in dark or light shades, i Sires 33 to 46. • ! i No Charge for £ ^ *^ gg Alterations oooooocooeeoeoeooscoeooooooooeoooeoou 150 Slightly Soiled Dress Reduct Penney's Greatest Selling Event of the Entire Year Dresses and coats are offered to you ot prices that you cannot afford to pass-up. BE HERE EARLY Store Opens at 8:30 A. M. Tuesday COATS We have repriced our coat stock for quick disposal and we are giving you the most unusual coat values we have ever ottered. Sixes for Misses and Women. SHIRTS Fast color, men's dress shirts in our better lines, reduced far below their original prices. All first quality. Sixes 14 to 17. 100 Boys' Fancy Dress SHIRTS 39< Some are soiled, broken sizes in many smart patterns. Some are taken from our highest priced lines. Don't fail to see them. / / One Lot Boys' Slipover SWEATERS Maroon, black and blue. Sizes 8 to 16. All wool faced Men's 10% Wool UNION SUITS A very special buy enables this low price. Sizes 36 to 46, Boys' Lined All Wool JACKETS With Talon Fasteners Sizes 4 to 12. $149 98c |_ 0 t i J u $t 17 Fur Trimmed Coots Dress conts \vith silk crepe linings, nil interlined ior warmth. Choose from these good colors: Black, brown, green and vane. Si7.es tor misses and women, 12 to 20 l_ C f 2 —50 Fur Trimmed Coots Think of it. These high grade coats have been drastically reduced lor quick selling. Large assortment of fur trimmings. Excellent quality fabrics and smart stylings. Heavy weight. Also a few sport coats in this group Lot 3—54 Fur Trimmed Coots Beautiful heavyweight fabrics, smart stylings. This is one time when people will be lucky. Satin crepe lined. We urge you to be early for these. Sizes up to 46. Very good values. Snort coats also . S •9 13 Ladies' HATS Just 1 Lot — Includes Every Hot in the Store. Lot 1. Just 75 hats in this group. Plenty of winter left, so you can buy that second hat for your wardrobe ieoees 44 Men's Cotton Handkerchiefs for HUNDREDS OF BARGAINS NOT LISTED. SEE THEM — SAVE! Hundreds of REMNANTS at prices that will stagger you. Si|l«, Woolens, Cottons, Rayons, Linens, and many other short end pieces. All neatly rolled and yardage plainly marked Men's Odd Lots of WORK SHOES Sewed and nailed compo soles, all leather uppers. . Children's Winter COATS Repriced to a new low. Sixes 3 to 16. All New 1936 Coats. $4 $5 $6 DRUG STORE Moil Order. Filled Some D«y Received. Order. Amounting tP $2 or Le«, Add lOc for Po.toge. 13 North Federal Ave. Phone 909. Eitu Vduti for Tu«i., Thu,. RUM to Ll.lt Qynti«». SOc Pockoge of 500 .CLEANSING TISSUES 1 Here is a real opportunity to get a supply of these handy us- ^ suci at a very low price. m Cl eaner 'J *"B J» teeth. ^% ^*» 16c le 0' DR.' 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Prepare your -own appetizing mineral water Iby adding Sleepy Water Salts to drinking water. Pickige of S DOUBLE EDGE RAZOR BLADES | Enjoy a clean shave > with tnesc fine razor blades. SSc RITE-RITE MECHANICAL PENCILS PURE BRISTLE HAIR BRUSHES 7c . 19c VALUABLE OFFER GRANDPA'S WONDER PINE TAR SOAP QKtr not good without this coupon. Limit 5 Cakes. lC Per Cake ' Dont COUGH askforMENTHO-MULSION IF It FAflS T 1 STOP YOUR COU6M DUl Tu -v'OS ASK FOR YOURMONfY BftCH .'-" OQ* HrNHlO-MIISION [C0IDS KIllED WITH VAPOR FUMtS I Sprinkle VAPEX on a handkerchief or I pillow Breath in llir I medicated fumes. J NIP messy dropper. [No internal mcdi- cinet Vipex is 'lie doncsi, swiftest relief for Ur»d colds. WA PC x

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