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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 7, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THURSDAY FEB 7 1929 WeekEnd xcur ons St Paul Minneapolis Round Trip RAXV FAKE POM CRSLDUM good to coaehti and ehalr cars seats tree In Polioum ud parlor ears berth and extra Tickets wld for an trains erery Friday and Satarday and fur train leaving Mason City 306 a M every Saaday Good retBrntag toy Crafai tnm Twin Citlec betcre Midnight e Moaday following date of sale mri J H McWttn General Asent C G W Station Mvoo City IB Phone IDS Chicago Great Western WHAT CONGRESS ISDOING By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Thursday House considers amended cruiser bill Senate continues with war depart ment appropriation bill Senate inter state commerce committee goes ahead with bill to prolong life of radio com mission House appropriations committeehas before It second deficiency bill Avoid Dizzy Spells Never well Always tired and fagged out Beauty tossed away by neglect Civic Music4 Campaign Is Nearing Conclusion Women of City Lend Support McGriff Gives List of Artists The fourth day of the campaign for an increased membership in the Civic Music association saw a reinforced group of workers on the job and brot into focus tho objective of GOO mem bers set at the opening meeting of In terested persons Monday evening Momentum was given to ibo drive at tho Wednesday meeting ot the Womans club when Mrs W A Hathorn president called to the at tention of her audience the salient points in connection with tho move To bo beautiful and to keep youth the 1 nient She referred to it as an im system must be free from poisonous portant item of cultural development backwash of constipation ivhich often causes dizzy spells For 20 years Dr F M Edwards gave his patients in place of calomel a compound of vege table Ingredients mixed with olive oil naming them Dr Edwards Olive Tab lets Known by their olive color They free the system of poisons that ravage health energy beauty You need never have sallow com plexion dull eyes coated tongue throb bing1 headaches all signs that your bowels are clogged liveris torpid Take Dr Edwards Olive Tablets nightly They act smoothly and with out griping How much better youll feel and look Everywhere wii men and womrn who know theval of good health take Ir Edwards Oil Tablets All druggists 15c SOc an GOc in the community and bespoke sup port for it Many Are Signed Up Tables were placed in the lobby for the convenience of thosewishing to join the association and from the re sponse obtained It was evident that the movement commended Itself to those desiring to hear the best in music at a minimum cost JT li McGriff representative of the national organization who la In charge of campaign headquarters at the Han ford hotel set forth the desirability d Tito Schlpa Charles Maishall Allen McQuhae Forrest Laniont Giovanni Martlnell Glen Drake Charles Stratton and LaurlU Melchlor Helfctz Efrem Zimbaliat Alberb Spalding Francis Macmlllen Catherine WadeSmith Al fredo San Malo Paul Kpchanskl heard here this Cecilia Han sen Harold Ayres Mischa Elman Jacques Gordon Herbert Girechncr and Fritz Rehk Will Close Saturday Night The campaign is scheduled to come to a close Saturday night of this week after which no person who has had a fair chance to procure a membership will be able to Join and participate In the artistic programs contemplated for next season Virtually all of the 500 who were affiliated with tho movement this past year are expected to be back In the folk before the campaign closes Persons who have not been ap proached by solicitors have been in vited by Dr C M Franeherc presi dent of tha local association to pres ent themselves at the Hanford head quarters or send their checks to the Civic Music association Hanford hotel Mason City An Increased num Coughs of children as well as adults should be quickly and safely relieved The Special Process by which PEHTUSSIN it made assures absolute safely in its use It is free from harmful drugs docs not upset digestion and children like its taate In quality is proven by the fact that doctors for 25 years haveprcscribedit in preference to ordinary congh remedies At all drug stores Pertussin What Say About the Laxative Habit What do YOU do when the bowels need a little assistance If you rlear the condition vith some laxative made wltli CASCARA there Is nothing j better for the stem for the blood But if you tlont KNOW the lTxntive you have learned to depend on is ol harmless cascara heres some truly faluable nthice The bark of a tree called cascara Is the most marvelous conditioner man kind has jet found H stimulates the bowels mufccuiar action but does NOT weaken A violent laxative forms the laxatives HABIT You always need more on the morrow With cascara you dont Its gentle influence carries on sometimes for days With less anJ less need of any aid as time goes on So the very next time you feel slug CASCARETS TheVtork While You Sleep gish take only a candy Cascaret De lightful to the taste sweet and accept aftlo to any stomach and just as effi cient as the powerful purges that fair ly paralyze the peristaltic walls of ones intestines The only habit youll get from Cascarets Is the one of going weeks and months without ANY help of the kind And when you do invoke their aid again the same small suffices Any doctor can tell you ahout cascara and any druggist has the candy CascnretH Bostonian Shoes at home on the avenue or any other place that well dressed fellows congre gate A million men wear them Why not make it 1000001 NICHOLS GREEN n large membership by explaining tha it madeavailable either a larger num ber ot concerts or a higher grade o talent or both Our organization he said has a working arrangement with the great est artists of the country By deal ins with them on a wholesale scale it ia ableto obtain their services a minimum prices and this advantage is passed on to the individual association for it Is a nonprofit making organ ization Kenowiieil Artists Available Sir McGriff produced a list of art ists whose services the association has provided in the past and In most cases with whom the association now has cdntraets Mason City he explained would have its pick of the list subject of course to limitations imposed by too small a membership and the re sultant inadequacy of funs Here arc a few of the names on the list Baritone Helnald Werrenrath Ce sare Forznich JLawrence Tlbbett John Charles Thomas VannlMarcoux Rob ert Steel and Louis Graveure and Her lert Gould Wallensteln Theo lore DuMoulIn Hans Kincller Vera Poppo and Pablo Casals Ernestine Schu mannHefnk Marie Morrlsey Xath yn Melste Gladys Swartout who sang lere this year Cyrena Van Gordon jydla Yan Gilder Margaret Matzen uer Cecil Arden Sophie Braslau and Marguerite DAlvarez oallet Denishawn dancers Marmeln dancers Vdolph Bolm ballet Vera Mlrova Grainger Leo Pocl luky Ethel Leglnska Morlz Rosen hal Harold Bauer Olga Snmaroff annie Bloomfield Zejsler Molssaye BoguslawskI Manuel and Williamson Alexander Brailowsky Elly Key rank Mannhelmer Maier and Pattl on Mischa LevitsJti Jose Echanlz harles Nacgele Ossip Gnbrilowltsch olanda Mero John Powell Guiomar Tovaes and Vlandlmlr DePachmann symphony Gor on String quartet London String uartet Russian Symphonic choir Ittle Symphony of Chicago Elschuco rio which played Kedroff quar et Detroit String quartet The Beg ars opera International singers Minneapolis symphony New York String quartet Boston Womens sym phony Philharmonic quartet Lyric Male chorus Barrere Little symphony Beethoven trio Tony Sargs marion ettes Dayton Westminster choir and the French trio Salvl Carlos Sal zedo and Clara Louise Thurston Muzio Edith Ma son Anna Case Mary Garden Toll Dal Monte Jcsslo Isabel Christian Dusollna Giannlnl Elisabeth Reth berg Kathryn Witwer Rosa Ponselle Florence Macbeth Frieda Hempel Jo hann Ruth Mario Ivogun Mary Mc Cormic Helen Freimd Mary Lewis Mabel Garrison and Margery Maxwell Hackett Edward Johnson Jose MoJIca who sang here this Mario Chamlee Bcnlamlno HAVE KIDNEYS EXAMINED BY YOUR DOCTOR Take Salts to Wash Kidneys If Back You or Bladder Bothers Flush your kidneys by drinking a quart of water each day also take nails occasionally says a noted au thority who tells ue that too much rich food forms acids which almost paralyze the kidneyn la their efforts to expel It from the blood They Become alUBElah and weaken then you may suffer with a dull misery In the Mdnev region sharp pains In the back or sick headache dizziness your stomach aours tongue Is conted and when the weather Is bad you have rheumatic twinges The urine sets cloudy full of sediment tho channels often get sore and irritated obliBlnpr you to seek relief two or three times during the night To help neutralize those irrltatlnu acids to help cleanse tho kidneys and flush off the bodys urlnous waste get four ounces of Jad Salts from any pharmacy here lake a tablespoonful in a glass of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys may then act fine This famous salts la made from the acid of grapes and lemon Juice combined with llthla and hns been used for years to help flush and stimulate sluggish kidneys also to neutralize the acids In the jystcm so they no longer Irritate thus often relieving bladder woakneHM Jad Salts is Inexpensive cannot in jure and makes a delightful efferves cent drink ber of members from out of the city is exacted according to chore Dr Fran JANET GOON IS CONTEST WINNER Former Estherville Girl Gets Trip to Movie Me tropolis Miss Janet Coon formerly of Esthervitte arid now oC Washington D C wlU leave Friday for Hollywood where she will bo tho guest of Mary PIckford for a week according to In formation received here Miss Coon who is a cousin of Carl Parker vice president of tho First Nationalbank here was the winner of a popularity contest conducted by the Washington Post and as a result has received the chance to visit the movie metropolis where sha will te feted by movie stars and will have a chanceto see the workings of the in dustry from an inside viewpoint Tho Miss Coon has lived in Wash ington for several years she BUM claims Iowa as her home She Is the nelce of Miss Clarlau Lcsher of Des Mollies Miss Coon will not pass thru her home state on the way to Hollywood as the Itinerary of the trip has been planned by those in charge of the con test It may be possible for her to Visit Iowa on her way back however and she said that if It were at all possible she would bo sure to visit at least some ot her many friends and rela tives In the state Miss Coon will travel alone except for a chaperone as far as Chicago where she will join 25 other girls con test winners in their own cities and all will go on to the Pacific coast to gether In Italy we are told It Is a felony to uso profanity How much more sat isfying it would be in this country to uso it when a tire blows out if It wero a felony Houston 1ustDis patch Risers coughs WOULD CHANGE MICHIGAN LAW Hope to Reduce Felonies Punishable by Life Terms LANSING Mich Feb 7 thun 200 offenses are eliminated from the list or felonies now Included in the habitual criminal sections of Michi gans criminal code under provisions of an amendment to the code designed to remove liriuoroffenses and others of a so called minor nature from tho llfo penalty provision The measureproviding for the changes drafted by Wilber M Bruclt or attorney general was before tlio house judiciary committee today The amendment provides that to make life Imprisonment mandatory a fourth conviction must be for a crhvo demanding a maximum penalty rot less than five years foia first offense The bill faces the opposition of It AT Holsaple superintendent of the Michigan AntiSaloon league And yet tho one who feels inferior becausehes poor Is a worse snob than tho one who feels important because hes Times Very Severe Eczema on Babys Cheeks Healed by Cuticura When baby was one month old eczema broke out in 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