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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 19, 1931
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16 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 19 1931 SMITH CASE BIG, SAYS STATE MAN Tullar Continues to Trace Events Which Preceded Disappearance. DES MOINES/. March 19. Terming the the "biggest" . on which he had worked in 25 years, State Agent Myron Tullar, assisted by Dallas county officers, continued his investigation today of the disappearance of John M. Smith, missing Perry insecticide 'manufacturer. The' Investigation was expected to reach Des Moines today, where Tullar planned to investigate business connections Smith might have had here. The" state agent completed a tour yesterday of Northwest Iowa, where he interviewed men who had planned to become agents for Smith's company. Tullar would not reveal what he ; had learned on the trip but said .that he was preparing information for -the Dallas county grand jury. Earl Wiggins of Cherokee, one of the men Tullar questioned, who was to become a Smitft salesman, is alleged to 'have remarked that Smith would disappear by Feb. 15. Meanwhile, Dallas County Attorney George~Sackett was ordered to be prepared to exhume again the burned body of the man found in Smith's truck near Denison-Feb. 3. Officers are still working to identify the body. , '·· · ' : German War Minister Pledges Support of Army to Constitution BERLIN, March 19. UP)--General Wilhelm Groener, minister of defense, in an address to the reichstag today promised the nation that as long as he heads .the German armed forces the rcichswehr · "can be counted upon as a most loyal supporter pf the republican constitution. His address was made in connection with the second reading of the defense ministry's budget. ' He touched briefly upon disarm 1 arrient and reiterated Germany's demand that all other nations begin to disarm. . Former Resident Is Dead ROCKFORD, March 19.--Word was received of Mrs. Charles How- eli's death at her-home in Fontaria, Cal. The funeral was held at Pasadena on Wednesday. Mrs; Howell is survived by two sons, Charles of California and Floyd of Rockford, and one daughter, Ruth, of California. The Howells wera former rcsi- _,tients of here and for many years conducted a dairy farm. SCHROEDER SENTENCED Associated Press Photo Mr^. Schroeder crying on the shoulder of her husband, Harold Herbert Schroeder (left), Mobile, A!a., garagfemari, when he was found guilty of voluntary manslaughter lit Indianapolis-trial. He was sentenced to from 2 to 21 years. Schroeder's father of Clarion, Iowa, testified i n h!s son's behalf. · ' . · " ' 3 TRAIN HITS AUTO Pilot of Enginte Torn Off as : Train Goes 250 Feet Before Stop. DKS MOINES, March !!£.' '(7P) Three men were seriously injured today when their automobile was struck by a Chicago Great Western passenger train. Orra Swift was the most criticafly hurt, suffering a broken back, a'poasible leg fracture and internal injuries. . C. E. ;Strayer received a broken leg and Frank Lauer a broken hip and leg. Witnesses said the car had swung around several other automobiles which had stopped at. the crossing. The pilot of the engine was torn off.-The train, ' of which George Nach of Des Moines was engineer, went 250 feet before stopping. Two Are Candidates in . ' Latimer Race for Mayor LATIMER, March 19.---At the meeting of the t town council the following candidates were out for election: Mayor, J. H. Lage and P. G. LemUe; councilmen, John Londergan, John Kolb, Henry Freie and H. Y. M. Jensen; treasurer, J. C. Sorensen; assessor" John Hicks. Bricelyn''Pastor Speaks at Meeting in Scavville ._·'·. SCARVILLE, March . 19.--The Lutheran brotherhood .'met Tuesday evening-in the churcK parlors. The main speaker was the Rev. O. B. Tufte of Briceiyn, Minn. Other numbers on the program were selections by the mixed quartet, consisting of Selma Nelson, Clara Nelson, Max Larson and Martin Hjelmeland. At the first s n e e z e When you ^et a chill, a headache, and begin sneezing, Nature says " a cold is coining on ...go after the cause ... take a few Grove's · Bpomo Quinine tablets . . . and that's the end of il. L A X A T I V E THE. ONLY BROMO. QUININE i cr High, Low or Cuban Heels RESISTS ARREST; BADLY WOUNDED Waterloo Man Shot When He- Attempts to Run Away From Policeman. WATERLOO, March 19. Wounded while attempting to flea from a rooming house when faced with arrest on a charge of intoxication, Albert Faley, 35, was in H serious condition today with slight chances of recovery. Faley was shot last night alleged-. ly by Patrolman James Lammert after he had resisted efforts of Lammert and \Sergt. M. J. Turney to arrest him. : , ' The wounded man. was conscious after the shooting-, and told attend · ing physicians that he had been drinking during the day. An investigation of the affair was started immediately by Police Chief Frank Shores. Income Tax Collections , . ·' on Second Day Increase WASHINGTON, March 19. (.ZP-- Income tax collections for last Tuesday were §48,129,417 as compared with 532,158,048 on the second day last year. De Priest Says G.O.P. Is Playing to South, Letting Down Blacks NEW. ORLEANS, March 19. /B-Representative Oscar De Priest, Negro republican legislator from Illinois, speaking at the first African Baptist church here last night, took the republican party to task for "recognition" of the "lilly whites" and criticized President Hoover. , - He'accused .the republican party of recognigitiou of the "lilly whites" in the south "in an attempt to,win naw votes" and at the same time "letting down the blacks." The. chief .objection to saying - i t with flowers is that people can't hear thru six feet of dirt.--Fountain Inn Tribune'. 300 New Telephones at . Decorah Are Installed DECORAH, March 19.--More than 300 of the new telephones have been installed and a large crew of wiremen are'working overtime in an attempt to have the entire 1,100 installed during this ^month." Relieve" your "sore and aching throat "with the penetrating warmth of BAUMEBENGUE (pronounced Ben- Gay). Exceltentforcveryacheandpain. Ask for en- Large, Red Pimples Itched and . Burned. Healed by Cuticura. "I was troubled with pimples and blackheads for several months The lower part of my face be covered with them. The pimples were large and red and itched and burned. Later they festered and turned to blackheads. They worried me terribly and I lost sleep at night · "I tried other remedies-witliout any benefit I began using Cuticura fapap and Ointment and they helped me, and after using two cakes of Cuticura Soap and two boxes of Cuticura Ointment I was completely healed." (Signed) Mrs. W. L. Rayle, La Croft, E. Liverpool, Ohio. f°?P "c- Ointment 25 and 50c. Talcum 25c. Sold everywhere. Samp]e each free. Address: Cuticura Laboratories, Dent. H, Maiden. Man." Footwear for Easter--- YOU'LL LIKE THE.STYLES! YOU'LL LIKE THE PRICES! Comfort ·With Style Dozens of Styles Just ; Received COMPARE VALUES! The outstanding shoe values in town come from Tradehome. , VARIETY-EXCELLENT. SERVICE 3 New Styles for Boys and Girls SHOE 18 South Federal STORE Mufion City Save on Children's Shoes RIGHTf Shop Around -- Then Come and See That This Is Really Pale green trimmed with darker green. Regularly $1.00. They include sauce pots, percolators, double boilers, sauce pan sets, dish pans and French fryers. Tested Scales Th* S1.50 Grade These glass" front scales with 25-lb. capacity by ounces, are enameled green. TOWELS Double thread turkish towels that are 22x44. Colored borders in rose, blue, gold, helio and green. Wrist Watch $£45 Men's 6-jewel chromium plated, luminous dial; with open link wrist band. Soil Fork $ 1 00 ·· .. · ., ·:· . . . - , , A light weigttt fofk; v suitable for spading top-soil. 30-inch ash handle. S p a d e s Most stores ask a dollar or more for this grade. 7xll%" blade; ash handle. Ironing Board Pad and Cover Set Is made up of heavy pad and removable covers. HARNESS Truly -a bronze beauty--all trimmings are bronze which never rusts. The Natura-Tan. leather -is not dyed, henco will not dry out. Hand Saws Eight-pt. blada of special alloy, spring tempered, full taper ground. 26-inch. A Clean Cut! Here's a full 10-inch ratchet brace that ordinarily costs about $1.50. Scores of clever styles · and leathers 171 pumps, straps, ties. The neia Sea Sand Kid and Black Kid styles are included in this presentation. We invite the men tvho seek Quality and Comfort in their shoes to inspect ' these very dressy styles and brogue patterns in black and tan. BOY'S SHOES Tho mannish styles appeal to the young man. Sturdy soles for long wear. $1.99 to $O.99 Girls admire the neat styles. Tics, Oxfords or straps. MISSES' SHOES $1.99 to 1 Full Fashioned pure silk hose. CliilTon or Serv-. ice .weight. Straps, Ties nnd OxforJs correctly fit will give the utmost in wear and comfort at 'low cost. . $1.79to $O.49 ^§!j MILLER-JONES 19 South Federal Ave. Mason City, Iowa For A Choice of Rollers or Choppers. These are all imported birds and lovely singers. SEPARATOR SPECIAL "Economy King" with Electric Motor--Plain Bearing. Built extra heavy for longer life. Regular 5106.00. Brass 'Washboard Sturdy frame, slotted drain, cannot rust. Alum. Skillet Electric Needs Your Choice Dozens and dozens of them are now here for you to choose from -- all at this amazingly small Event price. HERE'S A TRIPLE SCREEN GRID AT THE LOWEST PRICE ON RECORD! Less / Tubes / Also Sold on/ Easy Terms With Small Currying Charge Sears bought thousands of fine walnut veneer cabinets sft less than half price. So there will be thousands of marvelous new Silvertone Radios in American homes this week -- bought in this Event at the lowest Silver- tone price on record. A tone control iand a 12-inch matched super dynamic speaker are in- Eluded. WITH TUBES, $57.50 Tire* Mntmled Free STOKE IIOUHS Dolly 8 lo 6:30 Saturday 9 to 0;30 Battcrlcfl In »tnl!rtl 12-14 First St. N. W. n f'lly. In. Heavy weight for long wearing, cast aluminum skillet. 8-inch size. WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION OR YOUR MONEY BACK

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