The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa on April 28, 1926 · Page 22
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If THE DES MOINES RECJSTKn-Wednesday Morning Aprn 28. .Mft-TTTF. NEWSPAPER TOW A DEPENDS VVOy. , IIEARTMAI1 TO BE CENTRAL LIFE'S SALESMAHAGER Will Quit Equitable of New York Saturday. 'EAL WOMEN INSTALL 1926 CLUB FEDERATION CHIEFS At the annual meeting held yesterday by the Des Moines Federation of Women's Clubs, the officers elected and installed were, reading left to right: Mrs. H. Jesse, Miller, auditor; Mrs. Henry Irv in, treasurer; Mrs. O. S. Franklin, recording secretary; Mrs. R. II'. Zueh, second rice president; Mrs. Clinton R. Dorn, first rice president and Mrs. R. H. Sylvester, president. The corresponding secretary elected was Mrs. George Cosson. IECIDES Oil FOUR GASES Refuse Permit for Duplex in Residence Area. A A Today! The Coats Decision! In tour casei heard by the board of adjustment of the soning commission at Its first , meeting Monday were announced yesterday. Each inrolred appeal or application (or use of property other than as provided by the ion-ins ordinance. The application of Charles A. Tower to erect a duplex residence at the corner of Thirty-ninth and Center streets in a strictly residential district was denied by the hoard since in its estimation it had no authority or Jurisdiction to change the ordinance. James R. Prody, 3(10 RsM . Twelfth street, wss Riven a permit to erect a small ntiilriinc for fruit and vegetables provided he conforms to certain regulations In the matter of distance from the street. The action on Mr. Brody's appeal came after he Bad been refused a permit for the building. The permit will be revoked at the end of a year. The hoard recommended to the city council that the ordinance he changed to place the four corners of Fiftieth street and Douglas av enue In a residential district tn-; stead of classing it as commercial. The matter of removing funeral establishments from classification In multiple dwelling districts and confining them to commercial areas will he considered later. Turther hearings will he given to: Joe Costello, Thirteenth street and Buchanan avenue, who asks for certain variations In rear yard - area requirements. O. E. Braught, 2630 Dean avenue, who has applied for permission to locate a wholesale milk distributing station In a noncommercial district. Tony He Cicco. 10S3 Tenth street, who asks to erect a two story brick store in a multiple dwelling district. J. M. McAvoy, 320 Rollins avenue, who has applied for permission to erect a dwellng, with variations In the rear yard area requirements. , These cases will be considered at the next meeting of the board on May 10. Pastor Accept Sf. T. Call. . Fft Dodge. Ia., April 27 (Special) The Rev. W. W. Pickett pastor of the First Congregational church here for the past four years, left Sunday for his new pastorate In New York City His 4r '..'i AGENTS OF U.S. CASUALTY HERE IN CONFERENCE Educating Salesmen Is the Object. A two day educational convention for the Iowa and Nebraska agents of the United States Fidelity and Casualty company opened yesterday at Hotel Fort Des Moines. More than 100 agents are attending. The morning session was opened by,l. nil lard Hsll, msrrager of the Des Moines branch office. In a short address he outlined the objects of the convention, teaching the agents the best methods of soliciting and underwriting the various kinds of insurance handled bv the company. J. H. Dittman. superintendent Jof the burglary department of the i r i : I F, I . I ... A n scribed the burglary policies of the company. After a get-together luncheon, W. O. Schilling, associate manager of the company's Chicago branch office, explained the various forms of fidelity insurance. A general discussion of underwriting problems and methods of solicitation followed. it fc.nnnnt last ntght. the delegates were addressed by W. A. Kd ga r, vice preamem :- pany, and John R. Dumont, Insurance commissioner of Ne-braska. Today's program will Include talks on automobile Insurance and contract bonds. Veteran Kditor III. 1 Guthrie Center, la., April 27. H. W. Stoy, veteran Iowa newspaper man. editor of the Guthrie Center Times, is critically ill at his home here from complications Incidental to old sue. Rov Heartman. Iowa agent of the Equitable Life Insurance company of New York for the last eight years, will quit that position on Saturday to become general salesmanager of the Central Life Assurance Society of Iowa, it was announced last nlKlit by Oliver Miller, president of the Central Life. .Mr. Heartman began his connection with the insurance business with the Central Life. He began as a salesman for that concern in 19H. Four years later he took over control of the Iowa agencv of the Kquitable Lire or New York. When he started his connection with the agency its annual business amounted to $1,-POO.000. In eight years he built up the business until it now does an annual business of 110,500,-(00. This is considered one of the outstanding achievements in Iowa insurance history. Mr. Heartman is a former president of the Des Moines Association of Life Underwriters and a former vice president of the national association. He Is at present a member of the executive committee of the national association. He is a past president of the Des Moines Advertising club. General managing agents of the Central Life will come to Des Moines from all the twenty-four states over which the company operates to hold a two day conference with Mr. Heartman tomorrow and Friday. Mrs. Teier Dascalos Dies. Mrs. Teter Dascalos, 27 years old,' wife of the owner of the Superior Shoe shop, died Monday at Mercy hospital. Funeral arrangements are awaiting the arrival of relatives from Sioux City. BOV HEART! AX. Giving thanks for the greatest Spring business in FrankeVs history! ' February March April Friday and Saturday will be Celebration Days! Every department in the store offering New Spring Merchandise at a Reduced Price Long To Be Remembered ' Just another case of where we can give more to the public because the public has given more to us. In spite of the most unsettled weather business pessimism in Iowa government financial reports and political squabbles, Frankel's sales for spring 1926 are the greatest in the store's history. ' This proves conclusively that each year, more and more people in Des Moines and Iowa recognize trie service and value-giving dominance of Iowa's largest store for men and boys. It's proof that Iowa people have the money that Frankel's has the merchandise that Iowa wants, at prices Iowa wants to pay plus intelligent, courteous attention to all. Keep Your Eyes on The Tribune Keep This in Your Mind! No merchandise specially purchased for these "celebration days." No close-outs No Bankrupt Stocks No Odds and Ends. Every item from our New Stocks of a Quality Iowa has rccog-, nized for 65 years. " Iowa's Largest Outfitters To Men and Boys ExclusiTely The High Heeled Sandal is New "The Lucien" is a Bench-Made Younker "De Luxe" Shoe The open shank, or'modified sandal feature of this shoe is new and ultra-smart. The heel is high, Spanish type. Featured in two leathers: Parchment Kid with dark Kid trim 16.50 All Patent . leather $15 Second Floor Seventh Street Sfounker&rothm vma Cetumbi Hut Shut th ftrtri ronton 4.)i fit. h. m WI. wtttr-pmof Ht,l tttt. It mm aM" unlen it u m Cvmaafr CnlttmH.. M P liSrj'KV ft", I: IO.ICNITIO' I H ftCTl Iff II HP oca f Tthnntnrk , print better batteries SSfS no txlrt coil. THEY work like Trojans Eveready Columbia Dry Batteries. And they rest while idle, quiet and calm, not wasting any energy. That's why they give such supreme satisfaction In service and m economy. Use the Eveready Columbia Hot Shots where higher voltages are required. They come in three sizes, 6, iyz and 9 volts-in, water-proof steel cases. There is an Eveready Columbia dealer nearby. NATIONAL CARBON COMPANY. INC. New York .San Francisco m MifiM Icahira 4aarMU bumn .t r.ctil Mor. ractM Ignitioa BotM boat iaMa ' Popular iiwi incluJt taltphona tmd nWrnm Pull. l.l.,r.p. n.. Vlut. winiFrdt lickim, Miiaaxl ratpnf burglw alma autbuildinn protciiii( bank nulla ntaaiaa lara lactric clock EVEREADY COLUMBIA ( Diy Batteries "tnty iast kmqcr J in the Younker Sale of the Emporium Stock Three Major Price Lots THIS Is the sale for which there has been constant inquiry, since our purchase of Emporium store stocks. The sale opens promptly at 9 a. m., with the Younker coat section greatly enlarged for the occasion. Neither prices nor type can convey the unusual nature of the bargains, nor cover the range of styles. THREE MAJOR PRICE groups of coats, quoted above, will be the nucleus of the sale. Other smaller groups of coats, slickers and Winter coats will be disposed of at low prices. Sifond Floor; Eighth Street. Thursday Sale of Emporium Dress Stock Immediately following the coat- sale the Younker dress section will place on sale the Emporium Dress Stock. This' sale comes Thursday. Wednesday night papers will give details. YOUNKER BROTHERS Younker Orientals are Exclusive Rugs Younkcr8 purchasing organization In the Orient, is composed of Orientals, familiar with the rug markets and with native weavers in isolated regions. Not only are Younker orientals of exclusive design and rare quality; but they are reasonably priced because of more direct buying connections. V . 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