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March 17, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 19

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MARCH 17 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 19 SEEK BROTHER IN SMITH CASE State Agent Quizzes Wife of Man Missing Since Body . Burning. ADBL, March 17. UP)--Sheriff C. A. Knee left here today for Manilla to subpoena Otis Smith, brother of John .M. Smith. Perry, who has been missing since Feb. 3, for appearance before the Dallas county grand jury which opens its March session here today. State Agent Byron Tullar this morning continued questioning the wife of the man who has been missing since a body was found in the wreckage of his partly burned truck near Denison Feb. 3. The body was said after an autopsy recently not to be that of Smith. / After questioning Mrs. Smith, Tullar left for Cherokee, saying that he planned to question several persons about rumors that it had been said there last winter that Smith would not be in Adel Feb. 15. Electrical refrigerator companies are spending 7 million dollars for newspaper advertising this year. That's one sure means of thawing out frozen assets.--Sioux City Tribune. These are but a few of our typical values featured during our annual Easter Sale of fine Jewelry. Come into our store and see for yourself. Buy on Credit too --take many months to pay. ? f Diamond Ring $44.50 A rare gem indeed id this beautiful solid white gold mounting set with a perfect blue white diamond --18 points in weight. This is an unusual offer. 15 Jewel Wrist Watch $19.50 Just imagine a white gold delicately engraved case. The movement is of the very finest jeweled throughout. Our regular ?25 value -- All our watches carry a guarantee. WHEN PLANE AND HOPES CRASHED All hope Cant. Ira EaUer, (left), C. S. army ace, might have had for a new transcontinental'record, disappeared when n clogged fuel lino forced him to land his Lockheed Vega monoplane on a rnudbank near Marlon, Ky., during his attempted non-stop flight from Los Angeles to New York. As the picture shows the plane turned over on landing, but Captain Eaker escaped with minor Injuries. Captain Baker has been to Mason City a number of times while his plane was developed by a company headed by Fred Heeler of this city. Mr. and Mrs, John Hammill Visit City Mr. and Mrs. John Hammill of Britt were visitors in Mason City Tuesday, called here by the Illness of Dr. C. O. Brewster, also of Britt, who is seriously ill at the Mercy hospital, suffering from complications developing from the flu. Snowden Has Operation ; Doing Well as Expected A New Men's Strap Watch $9.75 A new massive case, beautifully shaped to fit the wrist with a jeweled movement that also carries our guarantee. Regular $12.50 value MURRAY Jewelry Co. LONDON, March 17. (5 1 )-- Philip Snowden, chancellor of the exchequer, who was operated on yesterday for a bladder ailment, was said today to be doing as well as could be expected. Woodcock Will Make . . " Inspection Trip Into District of St. Louis WASHINGTON, March 17. Prohibition Director Woodcock plans an inspection of personnel and conditions that will carry him as far west as Oklahoma. Woodcock also announced that under the new efficiency rating recently instituted, 100 agents had been promoted to higher salary grades. Correct this sentence: "I know the others will wear hats," said the woman, "but I'm going bare-headed." --Kewanee StarrCourier. to TTM 111 Cities and re- tarn. Tickets on sale each week-end. Good in coaches only. Ticket Office Phone 203 M. ST. L. K. K. Konjola Foe Of Rheumatism. Why suffer from iheumatum and neuritis? Read the grateful statement of Mrs. Rose E. Atwoo-d, 913 Vine street, Cincinnati, who Mild, "I suffered frigKt- fully from theumatiim andneuntiz* For ten yetr» 1 wai all bat hclt- Ie*i. Eight bottlei of Konjola relier- ed my ailments and a d d e d eighteen pounds to my weight. Wh*t a boon to luffeieri this great medicine is; 1 will never be without it." Demand Konjola And Get It; Don't Be Switched To A Substitute. CAPTAIN TELLS OF SHIPWRECK Describes! Blast That Sent Probably 25 Men to Icy Graves. * HALIFAX, N. S., March 17. UP) --In the first report he has been ablo to make to his government, Capt. Abram Kean, Jr., told this morning of the explosion which cost him his ship and the lives of probably 25 men Sunday night. His report was cabled the Canadian Press, here by Hon. H. B. C. Lake, minister of marine and fisheries. Captain Kean said he was on the bridge when the explosion tore his vessel. He was hurled to the Ice, thru which the steamer was slowly pushing her way, and was severely injured. Check Survivors. He said a check had been made of 118 survivors who had succeeded in reaching Horse island over the eight miles of heaving ice floes. As a result of this check ha reported, his three American passengers, Varrick Frissell, A. E. Penrod and Harry Sargent, were missing as well as the navigator, Capt. W. Kennedy; the chief engineer, J. Murphy; the second engineer, F. Parnell; the third engineer, H. Hanniford; the ship's physician. Dr. W. J. Roach; the wireless operator, C. King, and the steward, S. TJlett. The mate, Alfred Kean, he said, was still on the ice with a broken leg. Five Badly Hurt. Five seriously injured men were in a dory four or fiye miles from shore, with two men standing by, the skipper said. It was hoped the rescue steamers, Foundation Franklin and Sagona, now nearing the scene, would be able to rescue these men. It is doubtful whether they could reach the land unaided, because of an offshore wind and their weakened condition. Captain Kean reported food low at Horse island, and no medical supplies of any kind. onjoia Huxtable Drug Store 116 South Federal Ave. JUNIOR DIVISION LEADS IN DRIVE TO GET MEMBERS First Reports Made at Membership Dinner Tuesday Noon. The junior division of the Chamber of Commerce broke into the lead in the membership contest with the Chamber of Commerce according to first reports made at a membershiD dinner Tuesday noon at the Y. M. C. A. Sixteen new members and seven reinstatements were reported by the Chamber of Commerce workers under the direction of Joe Daniels. The junior division workers under the leadership of George Wolf reported 65 new members. Clarence Schukel's group led / in the scoring among the juniors with 35 new members. With 75 members now enrolled in the junior division who have good standing, tho organization expects to have 150 by the close of tho campaign. Points are being given to the two organizations based on membership, cash collected and other accomplishments In the membership campaign. A hasty check made Tuesday noon showed the Chamber of Commerce with 1,050 points and the juniors with 1,300. Final results will be reported at the Y. M. C. A. Friday noon. The campaign opened Tuesday morning with two breakfasts, 32 members of the junior division meeting at the Eadmar hotel and 40 Chamber of Commerce members at Hotel Hanford. These breakfasts will be paid for by whichever group oses the campaign. Junior division team lenders are Clarence Schukei, Willis O. Pattom. Millard F. Miller and Charles E. Cornwell. Each of these has six earns of two men each. Chamber if Commerce leaders are C. M. Glass, E. H. Wagner, Walter J. Valker and Frank Pearce, each with six teams. BROTHERS TRIAL JllRYNOT READY State Objects to Hints of Defense That Tribune Is Prosecutor. CRIMINAL COURT BUILDING, CHICAGO, March. 17. !Pt--A question to veniremen, intimating that the Chicago Tribune was prosecuting Leo Brothers for the murder of Alfred Lingle, the newspaper's crime reporter, halted Brothers' trial temporarily today. For the first time since the examination of talesmen began yesterday, the prosecution made heated protest to the line of questioning employed by the defense. "Your honor, the state of Illinois is prosecuting this man, not the Chicago Tribune,"- said Assistan' States Attorney C. Wayland Brooks. Judge Joseph Sabbath sustained the objection and ordered Attorney Tyrrell Krum not to draw such an inference again. Another new question appeared In the defense examination today Veniremen were asked whethe they would consider, In the test! mony of police officers and others, the fact that they might be actuated by the $55,000 reward offered for nformation leading to the arrest and conviction of Llngle's slayer. No progress toward'selecltion of a jury was made in the first hour. Three jurors have been tentatively accepted. TICKETS SEIZED AT WOLF STORE James E. Hronek From State Investigation Office in City. James E. Hronek, investigator from the office of Attorney General John Fletcher, Monday afternoon seized a quantity of tickets at the Mier Wolf and Sons furniture establishment. The tickets are alleged to be duplicates of those issued by the store to customers and visitors to the store in the past several weeks It might be remarked In passing that the world Is bossed by men who couldn't wokr a ninth grade algebra problem.--Cedar Rapids Ga zette. VETERANS HOME UNITS PLANNED Bureau to Consolidate Its Activities as Much as Possible. .WASHINGTON, March 17. ' Laying down a plan for consolida- :lon of veterans activities in the different areas whenever feasible, .he veterans' bureau announced today that wherever possible soldiers' aome units would be built In connec- tion with existing hospitals Instead o£ as. separate units. Additional separate units would be built only where existing facilities are not suitably located. The board of hospitalizatlon made the announcement in making known plans for construction In the northwest Pacific states. Congress at the last session authorized $20,800,000 for soldiers' homes and hospitals. The Pacific coast projects will cost $2,100,000. The remainder Is yet to bo allocated. How In the world can the democratic party "fire" a chairman to whom the party owes $600,000.-Atchison Globe. D-A-N-C-E TUESDAY, MARCH. 17 ARMORY, MASON CITY Music By "Iowa Blues" ADMISSION, $1--EXTRA LADIES, 25c. SPONSORED BY JOURNEYMAN BARBERS WOMAN'S STORY B. A. Bldg. - Tells How To Get Rid of Stubborn Torturing ECZEMA By MISS orris BAHTLETT (Wireless Operator Horse Island, Newfoundland) HORSE ISLAND, N. F., March 17. (JPi--At about 9 o'clock Sunday night, I heard a heavy explosion off shore in the ice fields. It as too dark to see what had occurred then, so It was not until after daybreak Monday that we were able to discern the nature of the trouble. Then, about eight miles east of here, we saw the smoldering sealing steamer and later learned that it was the Viking. ThrUout the day yesterday, the survivors fought their way shoreward over the ice fields. Today. 118 men, including the captain of the Viking, had landed safely on th 13 island. The captain had received several severe injuries, having been thrown 12 feet, from the bridge of his vessel by the explosion. He said there were 150 men aboard his ship. Several others of the men suffered severe injuries and, at present we have estimated that there probably are about 20 dead. The navigator, the ship's cook, the ship's doctor and the, -mate were among those missing. Other men who had shipped to take motion pictures of life in the far north also were missing. Don't waste time with makeshifts ---it takes something powerful to put Eczema out of business--and Emerald Oil is a concentrated, powerful antiseptic--it's effective--it does the work and a generous bottle costs but 85 cents. It will stop the Itching promptly and in a short time rid you of- bothersome fiery eczema or you can get. your money back from Huxtable Drug Co., Michael Drug Co., or any. other good druggist. Note Being such an effective antiseptic remedy, Moone's Emerald Oil is much used and with splendid results., for broken Varicose Veins, Skin Blemishes, Itching Skin, Pimples, Acne and Psoriasis. Remember also that Athletes Foot is caused by germs which germicidal Emerald Oil kills, then the itching of feet and toes stops and feet are healthy again. Complete directions with each bottle. President of France Plans Last Sea Trip PARIS, March 17 (UP)--France's wandering president, M. Gaston Doumergue, who has already visitc( Morocco and Algeria, will make one more voyage before his term expires In June. He sails from Toulon during April for k Tunisia. The president will voyage on oni of the most modern of French cruis ers past Sardinia to Tunis, with another cruiser filled with ministers and other personalities. The presi dent will spend five days in the colony. More than usual Interest Is at tached to the president's visit be cause of the bitter Franco-Italian argument over the rights of Italian to colonize the French possession. One brand of petting to which we are absolutely opposed is this linger ing of winter in the lap of spring.-Moberly Monitor-Index. "itch and Gardner Discuss Gardening At the assembly room of the courthouse Monday night a group of men and women interested In gardening were led In discussions if some of their problems by C. L. ''itch of Ames and Harry Gardner. These men are planning experimental plantings and methods to :ry and solve some of the problems met by vegetable growers. Mr. Fitch said that wet weather ripens potatoes quicker than dry and recommended good seed, properly fertilized and prepared ground and sufficient economical spraying as essentials in potato growing. The Indians used fish and wood ashes as farmers and gardeners now use commercial fertilizers, it was stated. Twenty per cent phosphate fertilizer is usually the first one to be used because rich soils like that in Iowa first become short In phosphorus. In row and hill fertilizing the minerals should be placed 4 to 6 Inches but never touching the seed or plants. Over The Week End Goes Pain and Agony of RHEUMATISM Money Back If It Doesn't, Says Huxtable Drug Co. Large 8 Oz- Bottle Sue. NEW 48-HOUR TREATMENT Here's the new swift way to drive Uric Acid from your joints and muscles and free your body from Rheumatism, Sciatica and Neuritis --many call it the weekend treatment--and it is particularly valuable to those who cannot afford to lose time thru the week. Start to take Allenru as directed on Friday night and keep to bed as much as possible till Monday morn- ing--Allenru acts with double speed when the sufferer is relaxed and resting. Allenru Is a powerful yet harmless medicine--free from narcotics --you can't depend on mild medicines to overcome stubborn rheumatic conditions and handy relievers used only to stop pain won't get the uric acid out of your joints. Allenru ia sold by Huxtable Drug Co. and all modern druggists America over--an 8 oz. bottle for 85c-- And guaranteed to do as advertised or money back. PLAN NOW FOR A NEW «·« BIGGER YEAR Let McCormick-Deering Power Farm Equipment and Implements Help You Obtain Better Yields and Bigger Profits Ride the McCormick-Deering 15-30 Plow at a Fast Clip and Have Plenty of Belt Power WHEN you make your tractor Investment, don't make the mistake of underpoweririg. HAVE big-capacity power on the farm and you will he able to operate and profit in proportion. GO ALL THE WAY in the power Investment. LOOK OVER THE BIG McCORMICK-DEERING TRACTORS. Built in sizes 10-20, 15-30 and Far mall. Take the B!* Job of plowlnR . . . (he McComilck-DMrlnit will turn your fields nt surprlnlnn uppfid. Three nr four ftirrown per round, depending nn ttnll nnd depth. And Itiln Labor Rni'lnjc speed shorten* the time of nil field operations; Ullage, jrnln, cum, harvesting · · · nil of them. X A Demonstration of the New McCormick-Deering Bali-Bearing Cream Separator Is an Education in Modern Dairying [ SEE IT HERE or we will bring It 1 to your farm without obligation. J End the drudgery of these hand-power jobs right now with a Me Cormick-Deer ing All - Purpose Engine Come in and see it--run it--compare it with any other engine · you ever saw or owned The "1OO Series" Me Cormick-Deer ing CORN PLANTERS With Time-Proved Features That Bring You Practically a 100% Stand Variable-drop. Flat, or edge, or full hill-drop. Plunger-type valve action. Check-row or drill. Improved long-wearing clutch. Seed plate always in time. Improved check-heads. Runner, stub runner, or disk furrow openers. Automatic markers. Fertilizer and pea or bean attachments. 28" to 44" rows--30" or 36" wheels. VISIT OUR BIG DISPLAY ROOM when you attend Mason j City's Spring Opening--We'll be glad to show you our displays I and answer any questions. No obligations. I International Harvester Co. 23 6th Street S. E. of America Phone 20

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