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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 5, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                aftv TWO MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETtE MONDAY MARCH 5 NariDiuin H n H H n H 11 You will find our rich pure pasteurized Milk unusually nourishing and healthful Our dairy products are bottled by our spec ial sanitary process and promptly deliv ered to your door Eat and drink re dairy products for the sake of the vitamins they contain HERMANSON BROS PHONE 646 TRAPPERS MUST FILOFFItiAVIT Others Having Possession of Skunk and Raccoon Skins Must Also Act See Our Windows Wednesday Night Showing Our fwo Feature Lines of Suits Topcoats NEEDLE CRAFT CLOTHES Suits With Two Trousers Our NeedleCraft spring clothes are ready New weaves New styles New shades Forehanded men are buying them for they have proven to be a real worth while garment at a thrifty price With Two Trousers Marvel Clothes Stylefit and quality all sewed in by They must be tried on and examined to really he appreciated SUITS AND TOPCOATS SHIMEK URGES CARE OF PARKS University Professor Advises Division Into Classes According to Use IOWA CITY March that Iowas state parks will not be ruined by careless pleasureseekers they should be divided into classes accord Ing to usefulnessi according to Prof Bohumll Shlmek professor ot botany at the University of Iowa Immediate action should be taken by the state board of conservation ho says before the special value oE vari ous types of parks Is destroyed The law Creating state parks tn Iowa provides specifically for the preservation of historical scientific or scenic interest The power to restrict the uses of the parks and to dictate for which purposes all or parts of them may be used is in the hands of the board of said Pro fessor Shimefc Artlclftcial Improvements were scored by the Iowa de clared that only when kept in their naturali condition are the parks moat valuable and beautiful He advocates barring the more am bitious commercial enterprises ana doubtful resorts and keeping the parks from the meddlesome tactics of professional politicians who use them for selfish gain Building of roads thru lowfts parka Is a vicious practice Shlmek said As an example he cited the Delaware Backbone park thru which a road was cut the entire length marring part of its beauty In 1927 said Pro fessor Shlmek persons visited both the Backbone and Wapstplnicon parks while more than a half million traveled to the central parks at Fort Dodge Boone and Eldora The outstanding style development In mans footwear fashions U the trend toward the narrowed too and custom lines You can recollect no doubt the time when shoes assumed table top di mensions and dogglness was the thing But the old order changeth and the keen edge ot style smartness trims down the toes until they resemble the higher priced custom made lasts This movement honrever Is not car ried to Its extreme and the medium broad toes will still prevail as popular models especially among the young men This change finds a synchroni zation in the trend toward narrower trousers and Is commendable tjecause It creates harmony In ones turnout Oxfords Are Popular Oxfords will predominate and as the season advances toward warmer eather weights will decrease go as1 o provide a full amount of foot corn SECRET ORDERS LOVEDBYYANKS Scottish Student Relates U S Peculiarities From For ort The real light shades ot tan are elng replaced by the richer looking medium shades Black is holding Its wn and in several centers is becom ngf more popular Patent leather will ind some adherents in shoes tor gen ral wear The wing tip is staging a revival on hoes shown by some leading manu but is evidenced by a Impler andsmarter presentation Veoter stitching effects are also sup ilanting the heavy pinRlngs and per orations commonly associated with the balloon toe Heels find partisans for both rubber and leather Individual preference makes the selection here and either vlll be in good taste The higher icels promised for last season failed to materialize and so the medium height icel still supports tha manhood ot the ountry Shoes for Sports Wear All signs point toward a big sport eason Here your taste for color an revel In the black and white tan SOUTHERN DRY CHIEFS MEET Election of Smith Reed or Ritchie Would Be Cal Claim ST PETERSBURG March a definite Issue in the 1928 presidential campaign ii the south was squarely before Ant Saloon league officials attending a dry convention of nine southern state hers today In an address which had been an nounced as an official expression o the leagues attitude toward cand already In tha field Blsho Cannon tola the openln session yesterday that the nomination of Gov Al Smith Albert C Ritchie or Senator Jamea A Reed In his opin ion would be the greatest calamity that could befall the democratic parky and called upon dry southern demo crats to hold their party leaders strict ly to account if a wet should be named at the Houston convention Bishop Cannon is chalman of the temperance and social service comit ies of the Methodist Episcopal church south and a member of the leagues administrative committee Charging that Governors Smith and Ritchie by successfully endeavoring to prevent state cooperation with fa vorable authorities for enforcement of the prohibition law In New York Maryland have done more to encour age of breakdown of the eighteenth amendment than all other agencies combined the speaker exhorted hi hearers to prevent the nomination of a cocktail Attention Monday was called by County Auditor Art Harris to ft state ment from W E Albert state game Vardetli that affidavits for the posses Ion of racoon and skunk skins must be filed in his office within 10 days after the close of the season accord to a provision passed at the last nesslon of the legislature Following are the provisions of the aw 1 That the animals carcasses skins or parts thereof for the posses sion of which he la charged were re celved into his possession lawfully 2 That during the first ten days next following the commencement of nlro of said articles he tiled davit in the office of the county audi tor ot the county wherein he Xeeps articles giving a Mat or inven tory of them stating when and from whom he acquired them or when he himself trapped or took them and giv ing a description of the premises where he keeps Following1 Is the statement from the state game warden Raccoon and skunk may botaktn from Nov 1 to Jan Muskrats mink ana otter may taken oHv IS to March The stats law provides that affl dfcvits for possession of any of the above furs must be filed In your within 10 days following the close ol the season The affidavit is required of fur dealers as well as Mr Harris adds that he has blanks on hand on which the affidavits may be lined out while I was away one A young man ailed to sell me an aspidistra but he went away when I old him the family wasnt musical fudge th closed th pt The toad that lived tot 81 years I a Texas court house corner stone I being taken to New York City for in spection Onelook at Broadway an the poor critter probably will die o Raplda PILES CAN BE CURED A new instructive book fully Illus trated printed In colors and copy righted by Dr A B McCleary tlio noted Reotal Specialist D608 Elms Boulevard Excelsior Springs Mo In It Doctor MeCleary tells how sufferers from Plies can be quickly and easily cured without tha knife scissors not Iron electricity or any other cutting or burning method without confine ment to bed and no hospital bills to pay The McCleary Method has been a success for 27 years and In over 000 cases If you suffer with Piles or other rectal troubles write Dr Mc Cleary today for a copy of his new book It will be sent in plain wrapper free and postpaid Tell your friends about this and white and twotone tan combl latlons Soles will be either of rub ber or leather The golfer who longs or a solid foothold In anticipation of a longand mighty drive will Instantly select the splko solo shoe The widespread use of reptiles Inds a foothold In mens sports shoes and is shown quite frequently in alll ator grain For informal evening wear with dark sack suits black calf and patent eather in the narrowed toe oxford evidences discriminating taste in style ludgment The tuxedo calls tor dull black leather or while full dress accepts no thing else Unit patent In the olden days a man won his wife with a club Nowadays he often loses her byv the same tuma Courier AMES March Englishman is a buff on letters alter his name secret societies are the pride of th American and the German canna1 ge along wlthoot his With a slight Scottish bropue thi was the way Robert Kay a Scotcl graduate student at Iowa State co lege analyzes some of the differences between American and European stu dents Kay is a graduate student of the University of Glasgow Scotland and IB now taking advanced work In the dairy husbandry department at Iowa State By way of contrasting the educa tional trends of English and Scottish colleges and universities with those of America Kay pointed out the extreme that the ownership pt several pain of shoes not onlyenhances ones turn out but also emphasizes economy Three pairs of shoes worn on alternate flays will last much more than three times as long as will one pair worn every day 79 of the 100 Mason City Grocers now sell DWARFIES the whole wheat food 0000001 wet BUILD AND REPAIR WITH THE RELIABLE PORTLAND CEMENT Northwestern STRICTLY A MASON CITY PRODUCT For over twenty years it has been usod throughout the Northwest territory and has stood the test of time NORTHWESTERN has fully met the rigid require ments of those who demand Concrete for Permanence NOTHWESTERN is a PortlandCement of strict uniformity manufac tured in one plant from one bed of raw materials and tested hourly day and night by expert chemists Each and every detail in the complete manufacture is carefully watched at all times Insist on NORTHWESTERN for Satisfaction Northwestern States Portland Cement Company General Floor First National Bank Bldg Real Estate Transfers Barclay H W and wife to Mar tha HlEley SI lot 4 Auditors lUb E NE 189620 March 1 1928 Jernegan Frank trust to C F Johnston Lot S block 3 lots g specialization which dominates higher and S and Syj lot 7 block 14 C L education In the United States Camp Meeting Asan Grounds Dec Foreign College Costa Higher The average person of the old ountry does not hurry thru a unlver ty says Kay and The ost of attending the university forces reater selectivity oC students since here is no opportunity to work ones vay thru as Is done In It costa about to complete our years at a Scottish university he aid The special attention Tvhlch Amerl can schools give to athletics and ath otic conches is a puzzling situation to Kay Mo expressed a doubt as to whether or not athletics added directly to education He earned against glv ngf up all else for athletics because of Lhe danger of losing sight of readln The English system encourages athletics for all but it depends upon Individual initia tives At Oxford and Cambridge univer sities a graduate from Scottish school or a smaller English school Is not considered truly Women Have No Selection For this reason the Scottish univer sities have n contempt for these two leading English schools It Is not un common to seo B large number of scholars working toward several de grees or the multiple degree at one time Scottish agricultural staffs are In In timate contact with farming com munities said Kay The Jack of di rect relationship between the agricul tural college nnd the farming popula tion in thce United Slates is notice able ha thinks Coeds in Scotland have only one choice as to course of Study according to Kay They must take the same work as do the men or not attend the university Large numbers of Scotch women are studying along with the men and are working toward the coveted degree ho said 30 1927 Patterson James E and wife to Hans Andrew Nelson SV4 NW 22 9621 Oct 28 1927 Palmer J F and wife to Sam and Flora E Hyde 1 N 35 March 1 1928 City of Mason City to A Pock Q C 3 N 08 ft lot 9 block In replat ot Sept 27 1927 Christians C H and wife to C Jcasup Jl Lots 7 and S block 8 Dougherty March 1 JD3S Johnson Joseph C and wife to Martin Honsey Q C D und 16 int lot 2 cub NE NE 109620 May 16 1327 Laird J T and wife to W E Olldner Jl Undivided lots 2 A 8 B 15 Paul Felts original plat of M C 8228 Thursday Friday Saturday March 8 9 and 10 Windows unveiled Wednesday Evening YOU ARE MOST CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND THIS INFORMAL SHOWING OF CHIC NEW SHOES WHOSE MATERI ALS COLORS AND DESIGNS ARE IN FULL ACCORD WITH THE NEW APPAREL FASH IONS OF SPRING THE FINAL TOUCH OF SMARTNESS IN EVERY ENSEMBLE OF THE NEW SEASON Beneficiaries of Will of Carnegie Must Pay Tax High Court Rules WASHINGTON March Beneflclnrlca under the will of the late Andrew Cnrnetrle who Include Chief Justice Taft were declared today by the supreme court to be liable for fed eral Income tnx on the annuities 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