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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 25, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                FOUR MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FRIDAY JAN 25 1929 MOVE ON FOOT TO GET REWARD FOR RESCUERS CONTINUED FROM In a procession of triumph up Broad Tvay By her rescue of the crew ot the Florida the America has more than evened the score ot lives she has cost and has saved Twice she went out of her course to permit her surgeon to minister to men desperately 1H at sea thus saving two lives The Florlila rescue brot the totaj to 34 Accidents in which she has figured have cost tlie number saved Once Mutiny Aboard The America which was launched i 1905 by the HamburgAmerican line under the name Amerika has had a colorful career In a collision off Kent England in 1912 she sank a British submarine with the loss of 15 lives In 1319 officers reported a mutiny aboard the ship which was put down without lews life Two years ago she caught fire while beingreconditioned at Newport News and suffered damage estimated at After being re built she was returned to service with How Doctors Treat Cold and the Flu To break up a cold overnight or to cut short an attack of grippe Influ enza sove throat or tonsllitls physi cians and druggists are now recom mending Calotabs the purified and re fined calomel compound tablet that gives you the effects of calomel and salts combined without the unpleas ant effects of either One or two Calotabs at bedtime with a swallow of ailNTo salts no nausea nor the slightest in terference with your eating work or pleasure Next morning your cold has fled and you are feeling fine with a hearty appetite for breakfast Eat what you danger Get a family package containing full directions only 35 cents At any drug store Adv Captain Fried In command Act Wins Universal Praise ROME Jan 25 of the crew of the Italian steamship Florida by the United States liner America lias produced a great Impression everywhere From government circles to private Individuals all are praising tha valor of Capt George Fried and his crew and voicing thankfulness that despite the terrible seas such aid was forthcoming The press has been following the heroic deed of tho American seamen ana posting the latest advices which were scanned by huge crowds in front of tho newspaper offices Premier Mussolini was particularly Interested as minister of marine It is likely that tho Italian ambassador at Washington will be charged to express the thanks of the nation to the crew lericasmost famous So easy to No a Miccest A favorite everywhere Saturday Specials In Our Meat Department 122 So Federal Beef Roasts ft 2Oc Be Stews A 16c Hamburg 2 ibs 350 Veal Roasts 22c Pork Roasts ib lie Spare Ribs Liver Side Pork Lean and Meaty Fresh Sliced ib 12o Fresh Ib 16C Pork Sausage 2 ibs 250 THt CRfAT TEA CO suI7 Bananas 3 for 250 FIUJ1T Apples Br box Grape Fruit 8WEET AND SEEDLESS Legislator Files Amendment to Bill in Iowa Assembly CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 mandatory and standard in all coun ties The second measure came to the house orf representatives late yester day when H A Holmgren of Palo Alto county and C H Nelson of Han cock county placed on filo an amend ment to the appioprlation bill affecting tho revenues of tlie state fish anil game department Use in Emergencies Under the HolmgrenNelson amend ment 95 per cent of the revenues de rived from sale ot rough flsli and oE fishing and hunting licenses would be available to the department for purposes of conservation After a re serve fund of is established and maintained from the remaining 5 per cent the department is author ized to use all of its revenues for con servation The reserve fund could only be used for emergencies subject to approval of the budget director Leading conservation states such as Wisconsin devote virtually all of their fish and game department rev enues to conservation It is the pur pose of thesponsors for teh amend ment to place loWa on a similar basis The legislature today was prepared to handle a number of bills emerging from committees which got In their first real work of the session yester uay New Bills Filed Among new house bills filed were several of local Interest One bj Knudson of Hamilton county T permit cities under city manager form of government to eatablieh maintain swimming pools and acquire land for tho purpose Another by K L Hutledge of Web ster county would legalize the reln corporation of the Plyouth Clay Prod ucts company of Fort Dodge The com pany failel to publish its notice of re incorporation within the time re quired S Ratllff ot Henry county would permil cMeTot 5000 or feSSjSopUla tlon and all towns to transfer suT plus earnings of municipally owned utilities without approval of tho bud get director Offer College to State Trustees of Tabor college today of fered to give the physical property of the college valued at 5300000 to the state In a bill introduced by Sen Den ver L Wilson oC Page county It is suggested that the state use the prop erty as a teachers training school Up to about a year ago Tabor col lege was operated as an Episcopalian school at Tabor Fremont county There is no other college within a radius of ISO miles In the last legislature E O Ells worth of Iowa Falls tendered T311s worth college to the state for purposes of education but the offer was not nc copted on account of expense In main taining It Tho committee selected to decide the contest of O J Ditto democrat to an Osceola county scat now held by H C Hattendorf republican probnblv will not complete the count of ballots until next week Floyd Men to Enlist FLOYD Jan Brown Wil bur Cole and Ivan Thomas left Wed nesday for Des Moines to mjflie nppll cation for enlistment In the army HE SUFFERED FOR TEN YEARS ThenALLBRANBroughtRe lief in 2 Months Doctor Recommended It Constipation ia dreaded not only for its own insidious self but be cause of the many serious conditions and diseases it causes Mr Lind wns a read how he found relief For tho past 30 years I haw from piles At times I hnvo been unable to wort I nave tried suppositories oint menta etc bat to no avail Two months ago my erocer called my at tention to Kelloces ALLBRAN I bcean taking it regularly Immediately the pain and annoyance from the piles was relieved I found that it retiuires very to ffivo nature a fair chance to effect a J LBn B 2 Box 137 Apptcton Wi3 Dont peglect constipation At any time its poisons may take terri ble toll itom your health and well being Protect yourself Eat Kelloggs ALLBRAN two tablcspoonfuls daily or in chronic cases with every meal ALLBRAN brings sure noluml relief It is what doctors call a bulk food It sweeps the intestine clean and stimulates normal action Readytoeat with milk or cream Also try the recipes on the package Results guaranteed Doctors recom mend it because it is 10056 bran Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek Served in hotels restaurants and dining cars Sold by all grocers ALLBRAIi ALL MOVEMENT ON HIGHWAY AND RAIL PARALYZED CONTINUED f50M PAGE 1 from other points on bus routes thru out the morning Taxi companies re Ported bad going anywhere In the out skirts of the city The demand for cabs far exceeded the supply all morn ing as motorists found tlieir garages snowed under or their motors frozen Streets were being cleared for traf fic at noon Thero were Very few places that cars could not go in the city with tire chains onthe wheels according to the city street commis sioner Horse drawn wooden plows were used to clear the drifts from aide walks in the downtown districts early Thursday Worked All Night Telephone companies report consid erable trouble since tho heavy snow fall lines being broken east and west of Mason City and serv ice between Minneapolis and Chicago partly crippled Attributed to the weather which settled upon North Iowa Fri day morning approximately one half dozen wires of the Western Electric Telephone system between here and Algona are down as is one between here and Charles City and one near Osage However Friday morning the local system reported connections with Min neapolis Waterloo and Des Moines Because of the condition of roads and he severe cold linemen were at a disadvantage and repair Friday was almost an impossibility officials of the system stated Anall night battle withsnowdrifts on the main highways of Cerro Gordo county by County Engineer R K Robertson and his assistants proved almost of no avail in providing open ioails for traffic Friday The batile continued thruout Friday with thleo truck snowplowa concentrating their efforts on the four main outlets out of Uio city Startingr at II oclock Thursday night Mr Robertson covered the high ways to fora Springs and to the county lino before 3 oclock Fri day morning Early Friday mornlns another plow covered tha distance be tween tlie west county lino and Mn son City and was followed by a long lino of automobiles as it pushed aw the big drifts along the pavement They Deep The snow fighters reported that the snow was not heavy and easily pushed off the roads Some of the drifts how ever were four and five feet deep The futility of tha fight on the snow however became apparent later In the morning when reports came to tho office of the engineer that the highways covered only a few hours be fore were entirely blocked Another trip to Nora Springs was made later in the morning after which attention turned 3 north wind continued to whirl tho fine powdery snow and in places heroad would be filled only a few ninutes after the plow had been As result the traffic over tna highways was spasmodic Dnv TS who timed their expeditions to ojlow closely after the plows got thru hile others found the roads blockel Are Working Hard All we can say is that we are ex ertlne every effort to clear the roads jut we can not guamntee that any of them will be pen was stated at the county engineers office The temperature during the night sank to 12 degrees below zero and at S oclock Friday morning it was 11 de grees below Approximately four and a half inches of snow fell making a precipitation of 3 inches Interfere With Traffic DES MOINES Jan 25 for tlie second time this month inter fered with traffic on Iowa last night and caused the state higff way commission to rush out snow plows The flurries of Thursday and Thurs day nights were not as heavy as the blizzard which visited the state a couple of weeks ago Dubuque reported the coldest tem perature of the state 18 below tills morninjj while Webster City had 12 below Charles City 10 below and Des Moines 7 below Only a trace fell at Keokuk but other points reported varying downfalls West South Hit by Snow KANSAS CITT Jan 25 Masts from Arctic wastes lashed Rocky Mountain mfddtewcstern and southwestern states alike today with the subzero readings of the moun tains and upper plains being reflect ed In freezing temperatures along the Gulf of Mexico The severe weather ths coldest of the winter In several sections was ac companied by snow sleet and heavy rains which doubly handicapped trans portation and communications Par tial relief wns In prospect hy Satur day Tlie upper Rocky Mountain region experienced the lowest temperatures but even New Mexico Oklahoma and western Texas shivered In nearzeio weather 30 Below In Colorado The mercury was expected to reach 30 degrees below zero in the San Luig vnlley of Colorado t6day which was one of the coldest spots in the moun tain region Miles City Mont report ed 32 degrees below lost night A passenger in a stalled bus on a snowtanked highway near Evanston tVyo was reported to have died to day A new record for the winter was established here today whan tho mer cury dropped to 5 degrees helbw zero Generally cold weather with only brief respites has held this section since New Years day Flood conditions were expected in southern Missouri where four inches of Icy rain fell yesterday to bo fol owcd last night with snow and sleet Some highways already have been flootler In southeastern Missouri while traffic was virtually paralyzed In the O7nrk3 of western Missouri by zero weather which followed rain and snow The drama of three groups of Yol lowstone park fighting the weather to save life was pre sented In Montana where desperate efforts were being made to reach a co worker stricken with heart disease and bring him out to doctor Park employes divided Into three groups yesterday began efforts to buck deeplydrifted snow and subzero weather to reach Jack North 87 win ter keeper at Old Faithful Inn wheris medical supplies have been exhausted Teams and sleds wiowshoea and skffs were being utilized to penetrate to the Inn from mammoth Ando can yon Water Freezes hi Hose Worths wife and Assistant Chief Ranger Joseph Douglas who are with him have been treating him on In structions given them over the tele phone from doctors In Livingston and Mammoth It was so cold n Samuels Idaho yesterday that water flowing thru a fire hose froze and the man sion or H F coal mine op orator and three times candidate for governor of Idaho was destroyed by fire TRIO HELD IN POISONING CASE Three Negroes Accused of Putting Race Horses Out of Running HAVANA Jan 25 men were under arrest today In connection with the poisoning of twoCubanowned horses Prlnceslta and Sun Dance The horses were burned bn the mouth but both will recover veteri narians believe The men under arrest are Cuban Negroes who have been employed as rubbers by trainers here and In the United States OTHER SOLONS BELIEVE WEEK WILL BE NEEDED CONTINUED FROM PAGE I tended It would be necessary to elim inate from tho measure the time clause by which construction ot the ships would be started within three years Elimination of this clause Borah asserted would give the president o the United States a powerful weapon to demonstrate the sincere wish of thla country for further disarma ment Would Reconsfrue Law Hewarned the senate however that to make disarmament possible the law of the seas would have to be reconstrued saying that complete freedom of the seas wns a necessary adjunct to disarmament since with out assurance that commerce will not be violated a country would be re quired to have a navy sufficiently strong to support her merchant ma rine activities The entrance of a neutral Into a war in order to protect her commerce Borah declared has been amply dem onstrated In history The commer cial interests of a nation he said de mand that a government use force if necessary to provide protection Miss Tola UKe Burial to Be Made at Floyd FLOYD Jan body of Miss lola Uhe youngest daughter of Super visor Uhe and wife who died at Phoenix Ariz Wednesday will be brot here for burial No definite ar rangements have been made for the funeral SemiAnthracite mined in West Virginia Clinkerless light fluffy ash intense heat M DELIVERED Wolf Coal Company Phone 1H8 310 5th S TRADE MARK Radio Sets a Few If you were to listen to an Eveready Ra dio on the average of two hours per day over a period of ten months and pay 25c an hour for this 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