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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 17, 1929, Mason City, Iowa MIGHELSON HAS 3 TASKS BEFORE SEEKING LEISURE Noted Scientist Hopes to Make NewMeasurement of Light Speed CHICAGO Jan 17 the age 3t 76 ProT A A MIchelson the dis tinguished scientist ot the University of Chicago who computed the speed of light has outlines three major tasks for himself One his jobs he said will be a new measurement of light speed to irlng a computation even more ac rurate than before Professor Allchel ONDONS will do U quick L Coa in head cough i coryzAnasaland dry catarrh headache deafnena aarenoMaarellpabadbreatfa rose cold htty fever Aakyour doctor nurse or dentist At 30e or 60e in Thlrtjeljht yean doing good FDFP20 treatment tin illfct Write for now KONDON MINNEAPOLIS MINN son already has measurtd tho speed ot light and his calculation of 183284 miles a second is accepted as being right within a single mile Now he Is seeking utter accuracy or as close to utter accuracy as I can attain Professor MIchelson also will attempt to perfect a method by which the diameter of stars may he meas ured with greater exactness His third undertaking Is to be a final test of the Einstein theory of relativity a theory based on Profes sor Mlchclsons own calculations Last November he expressed doubt of tho correctness of Einstein but nonr he Is almostconvinced that Einstein is right n the belief of the nonexlstence ot what science terms ether Ho plans to return to Mt Wl son observatory in California upon termination ot his lecture course at university a month hence When IB completes these three undertakings Professor Allchelsbn said he may en joy a bit of leisure In explaining his love for the sci ence to which he has devoted his long life he said It Is the pitting ot ones j brain against bits of iron metaTs and j crystals and making them do what j you want them to do When you are CATWRRHAL JELLY successful that Is all the reward you Leave on Vacation WHITTEMbRE Jan C P Sweeney left this week for a va cation in the west He will visit Ta coma Portland Seattle and in Brit ish Columbia Father Lynch of Man son and Father Kelly of Graetttnger accompanied him and they will be ne for several weeks EDISON BACK IN LABORATORY Electrical Wizard in Flor ida Seeks Substitute for Rubber FORT MYERS Fla Jan 17 Thomas A Edison electrical wizard was back at his winter estate here today for a resumption of his research work in a new for a plant capable of producing sufficient rubber to supply the United States in case of a national emergency Welcomed last night by several hun dred friends when he arrived from his New Jersey home the aged in ventor planned to be up early today to inspect his many experimental plants Several changes greeted tho creatot of thetalking machine and the In candescent electric light this morn ng chief among which was a new aborntory a surprise present from lis wife The old buildingr in which the experiments were made on mod ern electric light globes was removed nst summer to the Detroit Museum ot American History One tiling which impressed the in ventor on his arrival last night was ho relegation of his old 1914 flivver o tho role of a bagsage van Since t was presented to him 15 years ago by Jlr Ford the old car lias been a source of pleashre to Mr Edison Its brass radiator and open door effects vere familiar sights here and it is MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THTTRSDA Y fAM 17 i929 expected that he will continue the use I oi tho machine indefinitely Last night however a neighbor per suaded Mr Edison to rido from the Elation to his home in a fine limous ine while the flivver trailed with the luggage STERLING STANDS FOR QUALITY STERLING NOl 13 No Federal We deliver orders or over any time any kind of weather I STERLING NO 2 812SoPenn Use either front or rear entrance Siigariolb61c Strictly Fresh dozen 31c PROMPT DELIVERY ERVICEWe are putting on another Phone orders early Gold Medal 49 Big Q 49 Ibs5175 Saturday Monday FLOUR Occident 49 IH 49 Minnesota Veterans of Foreign Wars to Purchase Pipeorgan FORT SNBLLING Minn Jan 17 of Foreign Wars plan to dedicate a pipe organ in their Easter service at ile iiorial chapel here Tho Minnesota department of veter ans has successfully raised half the money necessary for tha purchasing of in orsan They plan to dedicate tho nstrument as a memorial to those who lost their lives In foreign service The chapel also was donated thru pop ular subscription by MInnesotans Receipts from the veterans annual military ball at the Curtis hotel in Minneapolis Jan 29 will be used in thd purchase of the pipeorgan QUALITY Friday and Saturday Last Two Days STERLINGS 23rd SEMIANNUAL Izaak Walton League Directors to Gather at Waterloo Meeting WATERLOO Jan 17 tors of the Iowa chapter Izanlc Wal ton league of America will assemble In Hotel President here for an allday session Thursday A C state president presiding will explain anrt amplify the program adopted for 1920 Stream polutlon and game preserva tion are on the program for discussion as also Is the Impending bill calling for revision ot the state fish and game de partment A permanent secretary for 1D2B also I to be elected Among the speakers will bo El Com anoho noted lecturer and writer of outdoor lore and ot the old west Oclwcln already has filed Its bid for j Lhe 1929 state Izaak Walton conven ion and will issue a formal invitation to the board ot directors at this meet CADET HOSE We arc otter ing for this sale Americas most beautiful hose in chiffon and service weights ivlth the celebrated Dyke heel and thosquare heel Alt new and Rood snades About is dozen to go into this group SUPER SALE PRICE ft days action because of the extia efforts that we are putting in to them so that Sale wil1 be r deeper cuts in the w KU into I A 35c Bordeaux Halves Domestic Nut Meats Ib Wisconsin Long horn Cheese IbLtUC Brick Cheese pound 69c Jello 3 for 22c 29c Crisco pound LLtC Deckers English f Sliced Bacon DC Deckers Little Pork Sausages Ib carton CLEAR LAKE BUTTER pound 49c CLIMAX OLEO Red Band Toilet Paper 4 for 25c Kanton Krepe 3 for 23c Brooms good ones 49c Strawberries gallon cans 75c Red Pitted Cherries Pineapple broken slices large can 25c 23c Hogs and Butter Give Majority Agricultural Income for Minnesota ST PAUL Jan 17 the big butter1 and pork man Minnesotas reputation as the but ter and bread state 13 no longer pri marily correct Prof L F Garey agri cultural economist at the University ot Minnesota told farmers and their wives at a regular meeting of the Farmers Short Course Week today Ours is a butter and pork state Prof Garey said One third ot Min nesotas agricultural income is derived from butter whilo an additional one fourth comes from hogs Minnesotas changing agriculture shows the new scale in tho principal crops which follow in the order named corn oats hay wheat barley rye and potatoes Since 1SSO wheat hns dropped from first place to fourth Benjamin Franklins Honor Namesake in Birthday Celebration CHICAGO Jan group of Benjamin FranUlins paid tribute today to their namesakes In a series of com memoratlon exercises thruout the oity in celebration ot his two hundred tiveiuythird birthday anniversary Benjamin Franklins a group of men whoso Bven llamea are BcnJinlin toou the lead ln the Unlo J a Iunchcon the 1V Club the Benjamin Iranklms lad a wreath at the foot ot the monument to the printer of Philadelphia in Lincoln park Prof Benjamin o SCARFS We have taken entire stock of beau tiful scarfs and separated them i t o t h ia e groups There are Jacquard Huralia woven abrics block prints hand painted bors beautliui itat crepes chiffons etc SUPER SALE PRICES I 75c LARG1EBATHTOWELS Size 24x45 and they are also extra heavy double loop fine absorbent towels They are worth easily double SUPER SArE PRICE 29C Buy Two or Three Mens Sox This lot consists of silk and rayon rayon and cottons wool mixed and fancy socks in six styles Tour choice while they last SUPER SALE PIUCE for The Week End 150 Nifty New HOUSE FROCKS 150 perky little house frocls will he off Telephone PeasI8c Teenie Weenie Peas24c Apricots large cans36c Peaches large Golden Bantam Cornl9c Diced Carrots19C Tomato Soup iflc I Tomato Soup 5C Sweet Peas Mc j Sweet Peas large19c j Whole Kernel Corn2lc Teenie Weenie Cornl8c Sifted PcasJISc Sliced Peaches20c Red Raspberries35c Rojal Anne Cherries 45c Kidney Beans15C Tomatoes 1 Oc Pon political science at the Unlvorsity of SU to an ffnlendont of the Iowa society spoke on iianklmat the luncheon Buntes Bridge Parly pound 39C Cinnamon Balls Ib29c Raspberries Ib39c Nut Goodies Jb49c BUNTES CANDY DEPARTMENT Folgers Ib55C Folgers 2 Ibs Nash Jb 5ic Hills Ibjisoc Maraschino Cherries j Almond Krunch Ib 75c chocolate coated Ib box 35c rM n o T Fancy Pound Boxes Schalls Bulk Chocolates j Chocolates S3 35c i Assorted Hard Chicken Bones Ib75c i 2 Ibs 25 Coffee Butternut Ib49C McLaughlins Gem 3 Ibs 5100 McLaughlins Pcabcrry Ib 42c White House Ib52C Premium SnTns or Premium indiums 2lb Caddy 31 c Grape Fruit 5 for25c De licious Roman Beauties 3 Ibs25c Carrots Green Onions FRUITS FRESH VEGETABLES 9 University Students Make Perfect Average Bulk Dates 2 Ibs 25c Oranges large dozen 58c v Oranges medium doz 35c ffs10c and 15c Oranges small 2 dozen 29c j Lemons large dozen 39c Radishes Cabbage Rutabagas Cauliflower Farina 3 Ibs Lima Beans 2 Ibs Rice 4 Ibs Apricots Ib 9C 35C 25c 25c BULK GOODS Navy Beans 2 Ibs25c Prunes large Ib22c Prunes small 2 Ibs23c Pop Corn shelled 2 Ibs 25c Bulk Cocoanut Powdered Sugar 3 Ibs 25c Brown Sugar 3 Ibs25c Bulk Macaroni 3 lbs25c either front or rear entrance of according to figures re in the freshman class four women Three men and no women made Una AvithVn a0 Of J 000 Trades freshman are iistKl by Mr D This number Is evenly divided between men ina women Among the S3 sophomores named 7 uld attain an A overase ordT 42 Ule mldD Pcrfcct U of I Dental Group to Honor Professor IOWA CITV Jan nA Jal banquet n recognition ot hia a SCrCC WW sven to o Tm Rocers ot University of Iowa collcgo of dentistry 1 an1 will in honorlns Doctor Rogers tin f the Dental Alumni associations tver tleth annual meeting Feb S and D Doctor Rogers who is director of the denial infirmary nmf heart of the Jonartment of clinical operative tlstry was Rraduated from ttie Stilo University college In 1802 H9 wis appointed to tho staff that same year ami In 1501 received Ms precnt poi He took hi M D decree in Your Choice of this group A Good Size Assortment lale New Felts Straw Incrusted Offering the Smartest New Conceptions in Advance Styles Colors Purple Aster Byrd Blue Castillian Pandora The styles you want snug closefit ting styles as well as small brims Both Large and Small headsizes Sale of New Wash Goods Smart new wash fabrics that fairly radiate Springwith their crisp newness and the delight fully clever patterns In fast col ors surely you will he making new Spring garments in a few weeks so why not do the pur chasing Friday and Saturday at these lower prices Fine Printed Broadcloths and Heavy Printed Suitings make up this wonderful group of wash falirics They are ab solutely fast color and nre very desirable for smocks dresses pajamas etc You would expect to pay at least OSe for a clotli of this quality SUPER SALE PRICE Printed Silkoette This Is one of the finest cloths on the market today The fab ric la mercerized to a degree that it looks almost like Bilk There nre IS beautiful pat terns to choose from SUPKR SALE PKICE O C 80 Count Percales This lot of SO count percales ore every one brand new spring patterns and are print ed with fast colors There is no starch nor dressing Inthesa pretty percales You would or dinarily pay at least 2Bc for them SUPER SALE PRICE Printed Broadcloths and Linenes Very attractive patterns in fast colors with about 14 pat terns to select from At this price peoplo should crowd our store to fill their needs SUPER SALE PKICE COATS One rack of Coats of plain and sport materials Super Sale Price One rack of Coats in pretty plain materials Super Sale Price One rack of Coats in plain and p A A sport materials Super Sale Price tpljUU One group of fine Coats plain broadcloths with fur collars and cuffs Sport materials with high grade fur collars Super Sale Price Coats Plain broadcloths and imported mixtures Crepe back satin linings that alone are fnr and cuff sets tlS wouW f on these coats These are the types of garments that we are tfOA AA offering at Super Sale Three Big Groups DRESSES Very Special 75 A Smashing Big Sale SILKS Offering three big lots that will pay you to that spell loss to a real j Gloves Imported fab ric gloves ot high qiinllty and s m art styles Good reasonable col 2a uzen to sell out n f quickly at DDC Yon Do the Best Slightly Soiled Blankets Some very allght y KOlIcri others are morn notice ahle BO here early and pick tho best values 725 values 525 values 425 values
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