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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 7, 1912, Mason City, Iowa                              PAGE THREW Mason City GlobeGazelle CERRO GORDO GO REPUBLICAN Established 1801 Weekly Gazette Established May 88 1888 The Dally Globe Established Oct 3 i 1897 Issued Every Week Day Afternoon by THE GLOBE GAZETTE PRINTING COMPANY Office 132 East Fifth Street Telephone Nos 28 and 82 IW F MUSE Editor D M CONROY Manager MEMBERS OF ASSOCIATED PRESS Official Paper of City aud County Circulation greater than any other newspaper la the city i county or congressional district SUBSCRIPTION KATES Dally per year by carrier Daily per year by mail Dally per week by carrier iO I SemiWeekly per year by mall Entered at the Post Office at Mason iClty Iowa as secondclass matter Advertising Rates Furnished on Application CASTOR IA lor Infant and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tha Signature of A net arrangements operated on an endless chain by ipower from a steam engine on a tug scoops the fish from the traps into great barges which transport the tons of fish to the can neries The work of cleaning wash ing and removal of heads tails and fins is done on a large scale much of it by machinery The cans are fill ed with raw fish cut into pieces by placed in steam boilers andi cooked Later the can is punc tured to permit the gas to escape soldered up again and subjected to a second cooking COUNTY CLUB EXHIBITS Various Country Clubs to Have Ex hibits at District Pair This Fall THESALMON INDUSTRY 1 In the battle against the high cost of living the canned goods man who has become a potent factor One of the food products which hereto fore heiped the busy housewife with a quick meal at a moderate cost canned by John Chinaman The price John Chinaman Th eprice however has begun to follow the bo iVtne who is disporting herself over the lunar satellite but fortunately the supply does not seem to be di minishing This merry month of May witnesses the opening of the salmon season The Springs as they are called are the advance of the swarms of salmon and will be followed during the summer amid pearly autumn by the humpback Cockeye and silver salmon the sea eon closing in September Urged by 1 a biolosical imperative to propa j gate their kind the schools of fish j have crossed the ibroad expanse of the E Pacific before reaching their breed Ing grounds in the rivers and inleta of the Pacific northwest The im f pulse of life that causes the salmon to make the transpacific trip is in a Jure to destruction Even if the fish escape the traps that are set for them and dp not end their careers In a tin can with a litho graphed label death in another form awaits them at the breeding grounds 0f their desires After the female laya her egiss and the male has fer tilized them both give up the ghost and their carcasses are gathered from the shores amid transformed In to fertilizer The salmon leads all other species of American fish In the vajue ol the annual catch hav ing long since passed the sacred cod fish of Massachusetts Among Amer ican States Washington leads in the value of its salmon output and the greatest fishcanneries In the world are located on Puget Sound The salmon Industry in which mil lions of dollars are invested and in thousands are employed it jowes its existence to the instinct of the fish to return to the spawning season to itsown birthplace The strength of this migratory instinct la j eueh that the salmon will overcome j seemingly impossible obstacles to reach its goal Practically nothing I Is known of the life of the salmon In the ocean except their growth is j exceedingly orapiS A little fish weighing only a few ounces may fare out to sea and return in a few months weighing eight or ten pounds Salmon have been caught weighing a pounds but the average is frim tea to twentyfive pounds and each school Is usually composed of fish of about the same size The iflsh swimming in a solid close together that as one writer has ex pressed it it seems as though one could walk across on their head unsuspectingly into the traps ARBITRATE DISPUTES The probability that the threatened locomotive engineers strike will be settled by mediation and the fact ithat a similar trouble in 1910 was thus adjusted through1 the Erdman act gives new hope to arbitration as a means of stopipimg industrial war With the hopeful promise of the arbitration movement about a diozeu years ago industrial disarmament seemed at hand The National Civic Federation held enthusiastic The millenium very near as the Roman punch circulated and the skilfully seasoned terrapin was con sumed Then came the failure of the fed eration to settle the coal strike fail ure of arbitration In the Philadel phia general strike the itallure to settle the shirt waist makers strikes In that way The reports of state arbitration boards make jobs for the state prin ters but their achievement is not large Now look at strikes as a part of the coat of living The Pullmaa strike of 1894 is figured to have cost the country The coal 1902 cost the railroads in loss of freight alone a small item in the general loss The French general strikeof 1909 cost that country jniot to speak of the general discomfort and paralysis to business Compulsory arbitration is con trary to many preconceived theories and established traditions Theoret ically an individual and a corpora tion has a right to hire whom it pleases and theoretically a workman bas tha right to quit work at any time But suppose every railroad from New Orleans and St Paul to the Aroostook in Maine were tied up by a general strike for some weeks The losses to the innocent public public would run into the hundreds of mil lions Suppose that kind of thing should happen several years running How long would people permit theories in black covered books and dusty polit ical economy to interfere with some new conception of the power of gov ernment that will provide a certain means for stopping such waste and at the same time dealing out jus tice as far as our imperfect human nature will permit A great deal of interest is being aroused by the Fair committee among the farmers clubs of the country in regard to having Coun try club exhibits at the district fair this fall It is the plan of the as sociation to have these exhibits con ducted IE much the same manner as the individual exhibits they would represent a township or whoever makes up the club membership The past few years these farmers clubs lave been springing up In nearly every township and now they report a development that is not small The clubs take up ingeneral those topics of study which will be of benefit to heir interests along the lines of arming stock raising etc A aum er of farmers having had individual arm exhibits at the district fair but the idea of having these country club exhibits is a new one and one which he various clubs are taking up well Progressive Olub At a recent meeting of the Pro resslve club which includes the farmers of west Portland the com mittee which had been appointed to itovestigate the matter handed in their report that they thought the dea a good one and that they would announce their club willing to ex hibit at the fair This was the first club to announce their intention but t is expected that before the month s out there will be at least four or live more The Progressve club will give an exhibit 15x71 Another meeting pi the club will be held in one week and further plans will be discussed pleasant Ridge Club The Pleasant Ridge club of Bath and Mason townships bas not yet iad their meeting for the considera tion of this question but they ex pect to meet thisevening and talk over the matter It is thought by several of the members that the club will consider tfce plan favorably A L Mossman is president of the club lame Greek Home Improvement The Lime Creek Home Improve ment club has not yet been consulted about the exhibits but the embers expect to take up he question at heir iaext meeting which will be on he evening of May 31 A number of the farmers in this club are much in terested In the farm exhibits and un doubtedly they will consider this idea of a club exhibit favorably The Fanners League The Farmers League made up of the ifarmers near Freeman will hold a meeting this evening to appoint a committee to consider the question oil the country club exhibit A meeting to decide the matter has been called for two week May 17th It is thought this Club will be In favor of the plan suggested SUCCESS WITH ALL RECIPES It is all nonsense asking women to change their cooking methods The methods used by their grand mother and their mothers are good enough and every cooking recipe be It oldfashioned or newfangled Is bound to be a success if the right flour is uesd My wife eays that the only flour that she has ever bought that is always the same that can always be depended upon that always brings success is MAR VEL FLOUR EXCHANGE House and lot in Nora Springs for house and lot in Mason City F A Bruce 123 W Miller Home Improvement Club The Home Improvement dub of Lake township have not yet held their meeting to decide on ques tion of the club exhibits but they have announced their Intention id cooperate with the other cubs by considering the matter at their next meeting which will be held in a couple of weeks Farmers Wives and Daughters The Farmers Wives and Daughters of Falls towinshlp met on Wednesday afternoon too early to receive their invitation tocome into this olul ex aibit so they are not able to give any answer as to their plans The next meeting will be In two weeks when the matter will be taken up and discussed The club have talk ed over this matter however and the members seemed in favor of the proposition Happy Hour Club The Happy Hour club of East Port land township held their last meet ing two weeks ago and while talked about the proposition and seemed in favor of it they are not ready yet to give their answer They were to have met last evening in regular session but for reason the meeting was postpomed until next Thursday when the question will bo decided upon InterClub Dinner It was suggested at the meeting of the Progressive club that all of the country clubs meet on Thursday of the district fair for a club dinner and picnic This will be suggested to the other clubs and decided later Junior Short Course The Junior Short Course will be oneof the educational features of the fair this year The department will be in charge of one of the mem bers from the Iowa university fac ulty dnawill be conducted in the same manner as the winter courses only that itwill be limited to boy eighteen years age and under There will be no tuition or admis sion fee Some of the girls in Lin coln township have asked why the girls could not have such a course so on the strength of the suggestion the committee is trying to arrange for such a course If it is possible to get sufficient girls enrolled anil to make arrangements with a head for the department a course will be furnished to the girls as well as the boys DOUGHERTY PORTLAND Portland May Brooks wife and daughter visited his moth er Mis Brooks last Sunday Mrs C H Felt and Mrs Frank Dunn attended the Royal Neighbor convention at Mason City Van Buretni Trueadale Is back to for three months Mrs Krause and Marie were in Nora Springs Miss Freda Lantz Fern Mitchell and Aurella Krause came homo on the trainas usual last Friday It sounds familiar to hear Miss Grace Sanford again calling Port land1 over the telephone after be ing gone all winter S C Hill went to Dexter on business Henry Beard Mrs Bull and Dorothy and Mr and Mrs Thomos son and children went to Mason City Sunday night Mrs Woods was visiting Mrs Bull last week Mrs A J Mitchell is recovering nicely from a severe attack of La grippe Mr Murley came to Portlamd but there was no church on account the weather Mrs ShaTWion attended the funeral olSJrs Holcombe who was brought back from Illinois to Ma sou City Mr Bennett has decided to fence off part of that large pasture for hay land People who have been in tbe habit of pasturing their cat tle there will have to find a now place this summer alliNandhrdlu hrdlu hrdlupuu Mrs G M West 222 east Ninth street entertained the Ostagon club at her home last evening at which were several Invited guests and also ihe husbands of tbe organization The eveniug was one of pure socia bility consisting of readings music and cards The Misses Ruby and Harriet West furnished most of the program Among the guests were Mr and Mrs William Heath Miss Watson and Miss Baumgardner The home was tastefully decorated with cut iSlowers pink and white carna tions predominating A three course lunch was served the Misses West and Miss Griner serving The prize Home Baked Flaky Biscuits altKfill ma fie wiih TKepro Grapes ject to the decision of the voters at the republican primary in Juno ED FITZGERALD card tables were Mr Griner Pacifi The highest point of womans happiness is reached only through motherhood in the clasping of her child within her arms Yet the mothertobe is often fearful of natures ordeal and shrinks from the suffering incident to its con summation But for natures ills and discomforts nature provides remedies and in Mothers Friend 5s to be found a medicine of great value to every expectant mother It is an emulsion for external ap plication composed of ingredients which act with beneficial and soothing effect on those portions of the system involved It is in tended to prepare the system for the crisis and thus relieve in great part the suffering through which the mother usually passes The regular use of Mothers Friend will repay any mother in the comfort it affords before and the helpful restoration to health and strength it brings about after baby comes Mothers Friend is for sale at drug stores Write for our free book for ex pectant moth ers which contains much valuable information and many sugges tions of a helpful nature BEADF1ELD REGULATOR Adaats Dougherty May 2 W J Mullen of Aredale was businesscaller here Tuesday Mrs W J Christians wasa Mas on City visitor Tuesday Dr Abegg was in Cartersvile Tuesday morning on professional The First National bank has a new sign painted on the front win dow Mr and Mrs J C Campbell 01 Charles City and children spent WedtWday hero with relatives Mrs Frank Cabalan and children of Blooming Prarie Minn spent Tuesday here with her parents Mr and Mrs Connors Willie Hogan of Omaha is visit ing relatives here Mrs D McLaughlin and broth er Mike McMinnimen were Mason City visitors Tuesday Mrs John Ormsby left Thursday for a visit with her daughter Mrs T M Garvin of Arcadia Thos Fleming of Cartersville was a ImeiDsss caller here Wednesday af ternoon Dare Keane returned from Wil liams Tuesday and will work for Pat Campbell this summer Mrs Will Squires came Wednes day for a visit with her parents Mr and Mrs Clifton Tbe Royal Neighbors who attend cd the Convention at Mason City Thursday were Mesdames Pat Mur T C J Solberg J Ormsby and Miss Maude Wertz T C Ryan has had the Interior of the drug store remodeled and Chaa Hannery and Ben Forrett are at work painting the outside The dance Friday niht was well attended Several from Mason City and Roclrwell were present and all report a great time winners at the Mre Davis anfl eating prizes were also given to Mrs Smith and Mr Sciianoke About twentyfour were present This at ternoon the club met at the home of Mrs West C C Wertz was a business cal ler in tlic city today from Dough erty Mrs Geo Wriorht left yesterday for OttuiUWa she is visiting her sister Mrs B D Monathon for everal days GRAFTON May M Lindsay proprietor of tho Fertile Creak Nursery located at Austin made bis annual delivery of nur sery stock Grafton la The gentleman has a hardy stock and has worked up a good business the past few years Chas Andres of near Plymouth visited at ttia Aug Borchardt fam ily last Sunday A family gathering was held at the W H Trettin home last Sunday Herman Huebner and family were Gratton visitors last Sunday Absorcne Wall lOc Killmers Paper Cleaner ANNOUNCEMENTS For County Attorney T hereby make my announcement for the office of county attorney subject to the decision of the re publican primary WIL2Y S RANKIN For County Attorney I hereby announce myself as can didate for the office of county at torney for Cerro Gordo county sub ject to the decision of the voters st tat republican primary In June E BREKSB For County Recorder I hereby make an announcement as a candidate tor the office of recorder subject to the ac tion of the republican June primary election MILTON GIBSON For County Recorder I hereby announce myself aa a candidate for the office of county recorder subject to the decision of voters at tne republican primary in June BESSIE NELSON For Clerk of District Court I hereby announce myaolf as candidate for the office of clerk of the district court subject the decision orthe voters at th3 repub lican in June D D FULLER For Couaty Treasurer I hereby make my announcement as a candidate for the office of treasurer of Cerro Gordo county subject to the decision of tha elec tois at the June primary E F CORNELL For Sheriff rbcreby announce myself as a candidate for tbe office of county sheriff for Cerro Gordo county sub For County Attorney I herely announce myself as a candidate for renominatlon as county attorney for Cerro Gordo county subject to the decision of the voters at the republican prim aries in June u 0 ROBINSON For State Senator I hereby announce my candidacy for nomination to the office of State Senator from the 43rd dis rlct or Iowa subject to the will of he republican voters at the primary election to be held on June 3 1912 T J B ROBINSON Hampton Iowa For Sheriff I am a candidate for the office of Sheriff subject to the action of the Republican primary on June 3 JAMBS C BUCHANAN For Clerk of Courts I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Clark of the Courts ubject to the action of the republi can June primaries J A MOORE For Representative R W Kabriek of Clear Lakftlde Blres the support of all Republicans who think he Is capable right for and Industries in June primacies For Clerk of District Court I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of Cierkj oi the District Gourt subjecttothe decision of the republican voters a tfhe primary FRBD D BLAKE For Ooiintj Auditor I hereby make my anuouncomenl as a candidate for the oflCUce of Auditor of Cerro Gordo county subject to the decision of the eleo tors at the Republican June prt niary G E FROST For Representative I hereby announce myself as n candidate for the office of Repre sentative of the 87th district sub ject to the decision of the voters of the republican primary in June G F CRANE For County Recorder I hereby announce myself a can didate for the office of County Re corder subject to the decision of the voters at the republican pri maries In June FRANCIS KENNISON For Representative I respectfully announce that I am a candidate for Representative in the next Iowa Assembly from the 87th district subject to the decision of the Republican primaries In June R W BARCLAY For County Supervisor I hereby announce myself as a candidate ford renomination for County Supervisor for Cern Gordo County subject to the decision of file voters at the Republican primar ies in June W F DODEREfl For County Superintendent I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the ofice of County Superintendent of Schools of Cerro Gordo County subject to the de cision of the Republican voters at the June CLARENCE T BENSON For Justice ol Peace I hereby announce that I am a candidate for Justice of the Peace subject to tbe decision of the voters at the June primaries A L KIMBALL For Representative I hereby announce that L am a candidate foif nomination for the office of representative of 87th district in the General Assembly subject to the decision of the voters at the republican primary in June 1912 ARTHUR PICKFORD For Jjistlce of I am for nomination for the office of Justice of tho peace In Mason City town tha decision republican prlmiirv in June 1912 RALPH s STANBBRY Announcement I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of sherifl of Cerro Gordo county subject to the decison of the June 3 1913 primaries J P MGUIRE Announcement I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of sheriff county subject to the decision of the republican voters at tho June primaries JOHN LOCK I A N Grimm of Clear Lake Iowa hereby announce myself aa a candidate for the office of super visor of Cerro Gordo county to suc ceed for the term beginning January subject to the da cision ol theJune primary A N GRIMM For County Coronor I hereby announce my candldacj for the office of countycoronor sub ject action of the republioai primariesheld on June 3 DR W E LONO ANNOUNCEMENT I hereby announce my candldacs for the office of county treasurer subject to the action of the Repub lican county primaries on June 3 R J WOOD PAIR ONE 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