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14 Phone Tour Want Ad DIM X-2111 THE DES MOINES REGISTER THE NEWSPAPER IOWA DEPENDS UPON. Saturaay Morning, November 28, mi THE DAY'S RECORD Polk Application to Wed Kama and eountr T B Bwkar, Polk, Beryl Bwaet. Polk ...37 ...37 Des Moines Births Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Holirfss, Valle iunctlon. it Iowa Lutheran Matrnli. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Zlenln. 2827 Inaer-icll vt,. at Iowa Methodist Mr and Mm. Morlan. J511 Fortieth at., tt Iowa MKhodlrt. Mr and Mm. M D. Bennett, i55 Clark St., at Iowa Mathodlat. Polk Divorce Decree Freda Ballej from Charlas Bailer. Airport Log Aj-0l-Boeln matt plane. Pilot Petty, arrived from Chlcaao: no passengers; departed for Omaha at 5: IS a. m. I 30 Fleet plane. Pilot Ken. departed lor Rookwoll Clt: returaed to Des Momea at ii:.ib a. m. 11 21 Boeina mall plane, pilot Mimson, arrived from Chicago: no nairni-gers; departed lor Omaha at 11:48 " : a. m. . 9 M. 12 30 Monocnnoe plane. Pilot Stevens, de- Sarted for Chicago. , . , -oelna n.all plane. Pilot Cochrane, arrived from Omaha: one passenger: departed for Chlcaao at 3S0 p. m. Stolen Cars 17-5IWI Ford roach owned bf J. H. Crawford of 1750 Bast orand avt at 1750 East Orand ave, 77-272 Ford tudor sedan, owned b R. f Mitchell. 4110 Orandvlew dr., from Ninth and Pleasant stieets. Fire Alarms 11.04 Et nivftrrlfir at, and North Western railroad trucks, flump, 134 020 Murphy ' at., brick building. The Weather &OCAtrfUtn or now today; Bomewhftt warmer. . , IOWA Rain or snow and nomewhat wnrmer today: Sunday unsettled and colder rain possibly turning to snow In east and outh portion. MINNESOTA Snow today, iomfwhat warmer In eat portion; Sunday moatly cloudy and colder, SOUTH DAKOTA Increasing lmidlnsa followed by snow today; Sunday generally fair, colder In east portion. NEBRASKA Rain or xnow today, somewhat warmer in trout h portion; Sunday generally fair preceded by anow in aoutheant portion, colder In cast and aout.h portions. IIiUNOIB-Partiy cloudy to cloudy, somewhat warmer today, rain by mid-afternoon or tonight; flu n day rain, somewhat colder la north and centra) portions WISCONSIN -Probably snow in north and rain or mow in south portion today, somewhat warmer; snow In northwest and rain probably turrjtme to snow in can and smith portions Sunday, colder. MISSOURI-Rain and somewhat warmer today; Sunday rain turning to snow In northwest rwirtioa, colder la west and north portions. (Purntohed by the U. 8, Weather Bt'-au.) Hourlv temoeraturea for Des f3inea P-ldsy: ! a. m (1.:!il a. nr. 30 a a. m. ........ ,28 12 noon. ......... .31 5 . m.. .21i 1 p. m ....,32 m. , in.. .27 ..'ill . .71 . .28 20 3 p. m.., fa,, Police Ambulance F M. 11:M-M7 Ninth t., man fainted. - :lfi Seventeenth st, ind Woodland av., . ftuto accident,' , THREE ARE DEAD IN CAR MISHAPS Mason City Woman Killed in Accident. 'Three persons were ; dead In Iowa Friday, their deaths the re ulti of automobile accidents. 1 The dead: ' - Maurice Ma nicy, 22, Traer, In Waterloo. , Laura Durbin, 28, Mason City., F. L. Miller, 80, Oclweln. Manley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Manley, died in an Oelweln hospital of injuries suffered eight miles south of, Traer a week ago. The car in which he was riding and one driven by August Untledt, Clutier, collided. Miss Durbin, for the last three years a maid In the Jay W. Beck home at Mason City, died of in Juries suffered at 2:30 a. m. Fri day when the automobile in which she was returning to Mason City from Stacyvllle was crowded Into the ditch near St. Ansgar. Her brother, Henry Durbin, driver of the car, was not seriously injured, but Miss Durbin suffered a skull fracture. Miller died of injuries he suf fered in an accident Sunday night 10 miles south of Oelwein. The accident, details of which were not available, occurred in the fog. Otto Sonnenberg, Miller's companion, has not regained con sciousness. W. C. Boland and Le-roy Boland, both of Waucoma, who figured in the same accident, are reported recovering. The three Injured persons are in the Oel wein hospital. T. J. Davis, Banker, Is Dead at Marion MARION, IA. MFV-T.-J. Davis, 67, secretary of the Federal Land bank of Omaha for east central Iowa, died at his home here Friday after a month's illness. Highest at 4 p. m,..,, 33 Lowest at S a. in... 2 Mean 30 Normal 33 DHIdeney .,; 3 Accumulated exce is since Nov, 1,,,. 207 Accumulated excels since Jan. . 1. ... .1510 PRECIPITATION Amount 24 hrs. endlna 7 p. m. Friday .50 Total this month to date 1.10 Normal, this month to dale. , 1 JO Total Jan. I to dat .34. fill Norma! .Ian. 1 to date .30.63 Accumulated excess since Jan. 1... 4.20 Snowfall. 34 lira, ending 7 p. m. Friday 1.1 MISCELLANEOUS DATA. 7tm.7p.ir.. Relative humidity (oer rent).. 112 94 Wind direction .,, . B. Wind velocltv (ml, perhr.i.. 4 4 Westh.r ., ...Cldy Cldy Hunriaa ..,.7:19 a.m. iHunset ...,4:4a p. in Til following table of a selected Hat of American and Canadian cities shows (Ai tne temperature at 7 p. m. rnoay. iBi the maximum temperature Friday and iCi the precipitation in Inches for tne m nours enuen at i p. m. maay (ASTERN STATES. IAMBI ICH (A)IB) (C) Alhnnv 10 34 .10 New Yorr. 34 3 Atlanta SO 52 WikIi i.on 40 40 .10 fUTI.F BTATFH. El P.iao M 03 ,...!J ksnnvllle 70 711 .03 ft. worth 48 R4 ....iM nai lit a Oalveston 54 69 INew O'I'ns 72 to EAST CENTRAL B TA TEH. Alpena .14 3d .fl2 0reen Bav 30 33 Chicago H 30 .Olltndlan'olla 34 34 Cmcln'al.) 34 34 ,3? Mrauetle 32 30 Cleveland 34 3 .32' Memphis 42 4 Detroit 3a jn ,o MHWunee a 40 Iscanaba 30 3 ... .18.8. Maria 30 31 Or, Rap's 34 38 I WFHT CENTRAL STATES. ' Blsmarrk 10 20 .oa: Omaha 34 34 Duluth 20 2 ,lISt. Loul 34 30 Kan. Clhr 3 3 .Ofll Mlnne'olia 32 32 Moorhead 20 22 in! Wllltaion 1 30 Mt Jt) N i AIW HI'AIEB, Cheyenne 24 34 ...J Helena I 14 Denver 18 ID .Otigl.Lk. Citr 34 3t H.vie III! I PACIFIC HTATF.B. Los Ana's 2 4 .flaflsn Fr'co 52 5 Port'd Or. 40 44 IBesttla W. 42 40 CANADIAN. . Cslaarr 2 28 ....! Montreal SS 2 Edmonton 23 30 ...,!The Pas id 1 Med Hat 10 la .... I Winnipeg It 1 Mln'dosa IS ia , , . .1 UlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllU 0ver the Co f feel tmiiiiiiiiiiiiBV h. s. M.iiiiiiiiiiiiirr- If I were a, spinster, & wanted to get married, I'd work like fury to get a U. S. law panned against alimony. . . , It would stimulate marriages fully IS per cent. . , . It's only the mental Image of an ex-husband In jail for nonpayment of alimony that fielps many a bachelor hold out against the Joys of Domesticity. . . , A professor tells me that once he was organizing a temperance pageant ft needed a couple of empty bottles for a tableau biffing Demon Rum, In early afternoon he telephoned a bibulous buddy' & asked him to bring a couple of empties over by 4 p, m. On the dot the friend staggered in, very drunk, but clutching the two empties. "Next time," he sputtered, "f'goshake gimme more notice!" rAHN. : . iO' Carideo's Bride i - 1 f-, A A V.7 Mrs. Frank . Carldeo, until very recently Miss Vera Crawley, was wed in South Bend, Ind., to the famoua former Notre Dame university quarterback. .12 .38 .54 .02 River Stages IA. IA. P.) Mississippi DAVFNPORT, river stages: , Davenport. 7: rlae, 0.1. Keokuk, 10 1: rlae. 0.6. St. Louis. 18.8; rise. 1.1. in aar A0Hty . nuTONy w Mm Wolf and Tabor Suffer Injuries In Car Mishaps Two persona suffered minor in juries in automobile accidents Fri-' day night. Harry Wolf, 63, who gave his address as 645 Eighteenth St., was cut and bruised a Bout the head and body, when struck at Seven teenth st. and Woodland ave. by a car driven by Henry Barton, 20, of 663 Twentieth st. " Leo Tabor, 22, who said he lived at 575 i Seventh st was cut on the right wrist when struck by a car driven by Bruno ; Ennis, 22, of Rural Route No. 6, at Seventh and High streets. Mershon Assigned To Criminal Cases Judge 3, E. Mershon will pre side over the criminal division of municipal court for the three months beginning Tuesday, it was announced Friday. ; Judge Russell Jordan, now on the criminal bench with Judge Ralph Powers, will be shifted to the jury courts and Judge Don G. Allen will take charge of assign ments and conciliation court. YOUNKERS A STORE FOR MEN, TOO Every Man In Iowa Should Have a New Tie 89c 3 for 2.50 They're featured in a special gelling of 5500 . handmade neckties . . . ties you would expect to pay much more for , . . ties that are entirely new in fabric and pattern. A splendid opportunity to stock up . . . and here are ties to solve many a gift problem! ' Men's Furnishings: First Floor; Seventh Street. the image hurta spinster" In my bottle collecting, I never want any of my friends to go to such hasty lengths to empty their bottles. . . . Recent arrivals Include one from Lexington, Ky., shaped like a woman's torso "From S Friendly Bottle Competitors," a fine piece of grotesque rle, and a "gold thimble" bottle from northern Iowa donor's name lost; both empty. I saw one on the stage at the little theater last week that I wanted, but there were too many people looking. . . "' It strikes me . as a disgrace, incidentally (speaking of empty bottles), that such shamefully rotten materials are foisted on college fraternities when chey build their dream castles, which often prove to be more or less temporary. The college au- thorlties should look into this -the rotten materials, I mean; not the empty bottles. Vale, I hoar, Is being kidded these days because recent 'build- In ITS have provided its campus with several different types of ar cnitecturw. wen, wny notT I see no reason why a campus shouldn't be composed of as many different styles as there are buildings provided each building is well done. ... I can't understand, similarly, the fetish some people have for buy ing sets of things. Why should knives & forks & spoons match? Why not have one of each kind you like? Why not have all your plates A saucers & glasses different, so you can get as many shapes A colors as possible? Hash, it strikes me, would be infinitely more exciting a dish If you didn't know from one day to the next if you were going to eat it off Wedgwood or Lenox. . . For an imaginative person, one of each of a dozen kinds would be like owning a dozen sets. Movie Fan Club Sees Showing of Will Rogers Film The Iowa Movie Fan club sponsored by The Des Moines Register saw a special showing of "Ambassador Bill" starring Will Rogers at the Des Moines theater Fri day morning vith Harold R. Sher idan, manager, as host. ; In addition to the feature picture, the program included a news reel, a football series picture. comedy and a sound reel of songs by Lillian Roth. Members from Indlanola, Ber wick, Spring Hill and Colfax were present, in addition to large num ber of Des Moines fans. ASSAULT SUIT. ASKS $15,000 Hess Charges Daley Struck Him. Charging the defendant struck him in the face with his fist, Arthur Hess filed suit . for $15,000 damages in district court Friday against Daniel Daley. Hess alleges Daley followed him to his home Oct. 7, 1931 and threatened to kill him. He says in his petition that Daley broke down two doors to the Hess home. The plaintiff claims a disease with which he was suffering was aggravated by the assault. Hess asks $7,500 actual and $7,500 exemplary damages. The actual damages are listed as follows: "Physical pain and suffering,", $2,500; "mental pain, suffering and fright," $2,500; aggravation of plaintiff's disease," $2,500. . I According to Hess, the assault was "malicious, wilful and unlawful!." Chairniian Admitted to Bar. Hiram B. White of Algona, was admitted to the Iowa bar Friday by Chief Justice F. F. Faville. Mr. White, who came from Oklahoma, was admitted on motion that his qualifications in that state be accepted here. ' 'J v K K Robert Lincoln O'Brien, 66, (above), former Boston news? paper editor, waa recently appointed by President Hoover to the chairmanship of the United States . tariff commission. Mr. O'Brien succeeds Henry P. Fletcher, who resigned. Correction. The Register erred Friday In re-Dortinir that the Elks lodge will hold a memorial service Sunday, The memorial service will be held Dec. 6. W. L. Ewing Returns From Son's Wedding The Rev. W, L. Ewing, pastor of Grace Methodist cnurcn, ana family, returned Friday from Minneapolis where the Rev. Mr. Ewing officiated at the wedding 0f hi,", son, Ellsworth S. Ewing, and Dor. othy M. Stuart J The service was , read at the i home of the bride's uncle, q o ' Thomas, Thanksgiving evening Ewing and his wife will ffiaki ! their home In Kansas City. Monday Night ' In the Tea Room Holiday Fashion Revue and Dinner - A special showing of out-of-doors costumes, gowns for important occasions for afternoon and after dark, formal and informal pi-jamas for leisure hours and lovely new hostess gowns. Make Dinner Reservations Now . . . Revue at 7:30 P. M. Tea Room: Fifth Floor; Eighth Street Entrance. Judge to Sentence Cooley on Monday Edward Cooley, 37, Negro, con victed of the murder of his wife Ethel Cooley, will be sentenced at 9 a. m. Monday, Judge O. S, Franklin said Friday. The Cooley sentence was orlgl nally set for Nov. 25 but was postponed in order , to allow Charles Howard, Cooley's coun sel, to complete arguments for a new trial. "not into the bottles" A woman's political views, of course, are largely dictated by her husband's activities. Whenever I attend the weekly night out of the reserve officers' club, the b.w. becomes a confirmed pacifist for 24 hours: and when I go to the Washington bl-centennlal commit tee meeting, she favors forgetting the father of our country throughout 1932. Remember way back , when they said football developed a young man's talent for quick resourceful thinking in an emergency ? Well, I wonder what the huddle develops? Probably his talent for passing the buck & general dilatortnesa. The crises of life, young man, dWt give you time to go into a huddle. Dame Rumor is paying our gentlefolk n pretty "compliment this week. She doth declare they are teaming how to drink without sloshing. At a recent party some 5,000 high balls coefcfoil loere so evenly atstnoutea rnai mere was only one noticeably intoxi cated gentle-person. At any rate, the determination of the millionaires to get into the front row of the fight against pro hibition proves that they're be coming disillusioned about what their bootleggers call "Canadian" whisky. A Baby Fire! Yes, in Fact, A Tar Baby Nine fire trucks sirens screaming and bells clanging converged on the Philipps Petroleum co. office at 920 Murphy st at 9:40 p. m. Friday, answering an alarm. Hose lines were ready to pour streams of water into the fire. Then came a fireman out of the front door carrying a flaming tar bucket and mop which he had found on the roof. The flra waa quickly put out. See The Ballroom Tango" Danced by Miss Rose Lorenz and Her , Dancing Partner Tonight ia the Tea Room. The "Ballroom Tango" will he a special - floor feature during our regular Saturday evening dance in the Tea Room Tonight ... an added attraction to the already popular Younker Tea Room dances. "Doc" Lawson and His Younker Tea Room Band Play for Dancing. 9:15 to 12. Ten Ronmai Klathtk Street Kntrnitirc YOUNKERS u This Is One of The "Best Sellers" in the Misses' Coat Section The All Black Coat 29.75 The all black coat continues to take the coat honors, due in part to its new rough boucle fabric and rich wolf collar and cuffs. This coat is warmly interlined ... and the last word in fashion detail. A youthful style for college and business women, Sizes '12, 14, 16 and 18. MIum' Shopt Third Floor) KtKhth Street. YOUNKERS Now You Can Buy Guerlain's Shalimar In Small Quantities 1.50 Poured from the original bottle, a favorite perfume in small purse-size bottles, so convenient and lovely to have, containing 1 dram. And Others . . . Odcurs you'll like from Caron, and Guerlain in dram-size vials , 1 to 2.95 Toiletries: First- Floor; Eighth '-St. "La Gant" A Step-in That Is Virtually A Second Skin! Stretches Up and Down and Around ... Moulding Your Hips Into Sleek Lines 10 A imartly tailored step-in made of an entirely new tissue-thin elastic, and this new elastic is tougher than any elastic used before. It's marve-lously soft (you won't know you have it on) porus (no rubbery odor) and light and airy. Absolutely "stays put" and the gentle stretch the entire length does away with stocking tears and runs. Tiny velvet covered bones keep the waist snug, a light silk lacing at each side for ease in putting on and off, smooth, flat, button jidjusting hose supporters, with satin ribbon garter clasp guards. Corsetry: Third Floor Seventh Street. yOUNKERS VDcflfui) In The Basement A Semi-Annual event held to test the volume r- of business possible in one day of value-giving in the Basement Store ... a store-within-a-store . . .' where apparel for all' the family and gifts abound at important savings. Be here early Saturday! mm J. f

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