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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 16, 1929, Mason City, Iowa r v MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE WEDNESDAY JAN 16 29 FIVE MOST DARING MOST SOPHISTICATED MOST THRILLING SWEET SIXTEEN An Interesting Adventure In the Land of Style Something in Which Every Woman Will Want to Share WATCH DAMONS ADVERTISEMENT TOMORROW Even Buys Elephant on Installment Plar Jan 16 an elephant may be purchased on the In stallment plan Claude Webb formerly of Braddy vllle has been named aa ths pur chaser of the animal in a chattel mort gage filed here In the office of Ruth Parker county recorder He s ex hiblting the elephant in Texas In the document the animal Is described aa a female elephant named Rubber about 5 feet high and weighing around 1000 pounds used for exhibition purpose only Cost of Governing States of Union in 27 Estimated Near Mark Nora Springs P T A to Meet NORA SPRINGS Jan P T A will meet Tuesday evening at thjs schoolhouse Not a chance conception but a deliberate plan notching delprofile with cowl bu mouldlnl hu iu oHlin the repetition of motif In historic frleie of WJdenl Futhcaoa Chryslers New Style is Based on Authentic Canons of Classic Beauty Chrysler engineering has achieved something never done be fore in motor car design N It hu searched out mttbentic forms of beauty which have come down the centuries unsurpassed and unchallenged and has trans laltJ them in terms of motor car beauty and motor car utility The lengths to which Chrysler designers have gone in this patient pursuit of beauty will doubtless prove a revelation to those who hare probably accepted Chrvsler symmetry and charm fortunate but more or less accidental The Chrysler process goes far deeper than any charming but fortuitous design For Chrysler has left nothing to chance Chrysler has not relied alone upon the inspiration of indi vidual designers Chrysler in its newest found that there are so many glorious precedents and inspirations in art architecture and design that the search for authentic and harmonious sym metry can actually be reduced to something like a scientific system in which results are certain Chrytte M frinJfrim J New CbryiiJ 7 btJj itjhtpriciJfrtm New Chrysler tmttm ttjln primifrtm ta6j tf prim ftb Ditrcir CHRYSLER Stoner Motor Sales 2224 2nd St S E Chrysler Sales and Service Phone 992 ixpense of Iowa to Run Its Affairs During Year Was Above WASHINGTON Jan 1C cost of governing the northcentral states including Minnesota Iowa the Dakotas and Wisconsin lias been es timated by the United States depart ment of commerce for tho year 1027 The total cost of government of the 4S state governments amounted to ap proximately 1175000000 About Lhree quarters of this amount was ex pended for the operation and mainten ance of general departments Other payments Included funds for the operation ot public service enter prizes such as the mill and elevator project at Grand Forks N Dak docks and wharves canals and irriga tion enterprizes Highways and waterways develop merits cost the states most while charatles hospitals and penal Inst tltionsranked second with education a close third In the list of states mentioned WIs consln had the largest assessed valu alien of property subject to a genera property tax The others followed in order Minnesota South Dakota Iowa and North Dakota The order changed however in the amounts of genera property Jaxes Wisconsin for e ample had more than five billion do lars of real and personal property no taxed for stale purposes Minnosot led In the total of genera propert taxes followed by Iowa Wisconsin South and North Dakota It cost Minnesota more than OOOODO to run its affairs diirlng 1927 Wisconsin J31000000 Iowa J23000 000 North Dakota Sin000000 and South Dakota 512000000 Canadian Roads in Legislative FigKt for Northwest Business MONTP L Jan 1C legls ative battle for the railroad business f the Canadian northwest loomed to day between the two great transporta Ion systems of Canada the Canadian National railways governmentowned md the Canadian Pacific railway privately owned Branch line construction by Canad an railways must be authorized by i bill passed thru the houses of parlla ment Tlie issue however is practl cally decided before the committee the house of commons which denls with mailers concerning railways telegraphs and canals In the domin ion Farmers and HomeMakers Short Course Begins at University of Minnesota Osage Couer de Lion Commandery Install OSAGE Jan 16 The Couer de jeon commandery held a public in tallatlon Tuesday evening In Masonic tall following 3 B oclock banquet erved to the Knight Templars and heir friends The officers olatalled were aa fol ows G B Genune commander H V Cutler generalllsslmo W B Shel don captain general IX J Paulson senior warden J O Elel Junior war den P W Klngsnury prelate R A Flddlck treasurer H H Richards re corder R F Raub eword beareri G L Horion standard bearer S B Penney warden M H Vasburgh A Wlntha and L O Brown guards and C H sentinel MINNEAPOLIS Jan 16 University of Minnesota campus too on a combination Mother and Dad Day atmosphere today with the a rhal and registration of Jlinnesot farmers and their wives at the annua Farmers and HomeMakers Week Short course Classes wera scheduled to start this afternoon with only a ten minute period for tho men and women to rush from one building to another to attend clnsses In regular university slyle Course for the men which started shortly after the noon hour Included addresses on the following topics agricultural engineering education dairying veterinary livestock hus bandry crop production and im provement farm management horti culture bee culture and poultry rals ng STATE PLANNING BOULDER APPEAL IN HIGHER COURT ast Effort to Prevent Con struction of Dam Across Colorado River PHOENIX Ariz Jan 16 fight In the supreme court ot the United States to prevent execution of the provlsons o1 tlie Boulder canyon dam bill was in tho malting hera to day as the result of a course decided upon by Arizonas Colorado river com mission The mission yesterday authorized State Atty Gen E Berry Peterson to file the suit in tho highest court in behalf of Arizona By this action tho stato takes a final aland to prevent the bulKllnB ot a great dam across the Colorado river near the point where three states Arizona Nevada and Cal ifornla join Since the Boulder dam project be San to take form after tho signing o the sevenstato compact at Santa Fe N M several years ago Arizona ha contended that her rights would 1i ransgressed It the provisions the ueasure were made effective The ArizonaColorado river commis sion has taken the position that the Boulder dam bill apportions more water to California than that stato should havo from the stream and that Yrizono would be deprived among other things of some of her water rights Tho commissions action which da fned the position of the state la a sudden answer to hints in the past fortnight that Arizona might event ually decide to ratify the seven slate Colorado pacj California Nevada Colorado Wyom ing and New Mexico havo ratified the pact which was drawn up at Santa Fe six years ago rather Arizona or Utah most enter the compact before the bill enacted recently by congress can become effective Attends Bureau Meeting ALLISON Jan Agent John O Mulllns left Monday for Des Moines where he will attend the tenth annual convention of the Iowa Farm Bureau federation The second Iowa Farm and Homo exposition IB being held in connection with the conven tion at tho Shrine temple He will at tend a banquet at 6 oclock Wednes day evening at tho First Methodist Episcopal church To compliment a married woman tel her she doesnt look Herald on Farran Poet Given Recognition in Book Just Off Press ROWAN Jan Farran me of Iowas most prominent poets who makes his home in Rowan is represented 1n a new Iowa book A rlrat Book of Iowa Poets His poem Peter tho Hermit la Included In the look published Mr Farran also has tho distinction of having his name In an autograph wok presented to Assistant Secretary of War Robblns Cedar Haplcls President Coolldge and President Elect Hoover are among the other famous personages whose names ap pear In the book Officers and Directors of Aredale Bank ReNamed AREDA1E Jan annual meeting of ths stockholders of the AredaJe State bank was held Monday in the town hall All directors were re elected and are as following John Mc WllllamB I R Boyd F S Davis Henry Ebllng and Chnrles BoldooU Officers reelecled were John McWH Hams president Henry Ebllng vice president C a Webb cashier ssslsl ant cashier Earnest Madlll Ths human raca looks to be between the auto and Ihe Herald Former Ambassador to U S From Japan Die TOKPO Jan 16 Su eml Chinda 72 Chamberlain to the emporor died today after a short illness was ambujssador to Wash ington from 1911 to 1920 and also served aa ambassador to Berlin and London was graduated from an American university in 1881 Hurt at Nora Springs NORA SPRINGS Jar Jacobson had the misfortune to hurt his knee while skiing on hill at the Flnglayson farm Sunday Five stitches had to be taken to close tni wound He is high school student Vlinnesotans Attending Short Course Hear Farm Marketing Discussion ST PAUL 16 mar keting thru cooperative methods wll succeed provided all parties have their rights preserved and where quality reliability and cfficcncy watchwords Dr A Woods direc tor of scientific work of the Unltei States Department ot Agriculture to delegates to the Farmers amJ Homo Makers Short Course Week at Unlver ally Farm today Dr Woods was formerly dean agriculture at the University of Mln nesola and later president of th University of Maryland At the b Sinning of the World war he Jtrect aninquiry into the situation ot th dairy industry supplyingmilkto th city of Baltimore This study led the establishment of a producers ass elation that has operated successful for more than 10 years According to Dr Wbodfl the Inauir revealed a very unsatisfactory sltui tlon for producers of milk who foun their labor feed and other costs pra tlcally doubled due to condlllons br about by the war without a corr spending Increase In the price of the product There 87842 dumb In America but this doesnt Include the dumb wh can Herald New Colorful Felts in the Smart Spring Shades are here for immediate betweenseason wear to Such shades as Maple Geranium Aster Byrd Blue and Lido Sand are shown in this of course blacks may be had also Headsizes for all Large and small January Clearance and White Sales Wonderful Values in Linens Sheets Muslins Tubings Pillow Cases Bedspreads etc all this week Every housewife should take advantage of the savings DAMONIGOU CO Bring Your Sister Mother or Friend and Buy Together and Split the Price If You Like SEjCITYJS STYLE CENTERS Hundreds From Which to Choose In This Dress Sale All Are New Spring Dresses A S We Buy Twice as Many Frocks and Sell Them TWOATATIME so your savings are more than doubled Bargains f Junior Misses Women Sizes The Now Shades Are Tnns Rcda Raspberry Green Purple Rhies Black and Navy 15 D One Day Only Thursday All Are Higher Priced Dresses Shown First 2 LOVELY DRESSES 15 Evcrytliinc lively The hiiclit new similes in Georeettes Flat Crepes and Canlon almost emlless procession ol the smartest styles for spring All New Many sro copies from the most successful higher priced styles for sprliiR Another of New York Fashion Shops Spectacular Sales That Never Fail to Thrill Women Who Love a Bargain
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