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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 7, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                FOUR BOTH HOUSES HAVE BUDGET i BILLS ON LIST CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 It to the senate before the week 1 out Two other appropriation meas Ves are on the house list the secon deficiency bill and that for legislatlv funds Tha house appropriations commit tee faced the second deficiency bill to day and ways and means had the usual tariff hearings but otherwise Iowa GirJ is a Winner Every mother realizes how import knt it Js to teach children good habits h many them to Vilf ot teaching Jhelichildren good bowel habits until the poisons from decayingwaste held have begun to Affect the childs health tvatch your child and at the first Slve her a little FJff Syrup Children love Its fh V 1 flufokly drives j those distressingailments such ae headaches bad breath coated tongue biliousness feverishness fret fulness etc It gives them a hearty regulates their stomach and bowels and gives tons and strength to so they continue to act normally or their own accord For over rmy years leading physicians have bilious con ldle than 4 there was a slight lapse of activities off the floors The house Interstate commerce cotr aitt i was concerned with a bridge measure military affair with the Madden MuscleShoals bill expenditures with veterans affairs and Indian affairs faced Its regular meet ing Children Mistreated Claim Charges of mismanagement of In dian reservations and of abuse of In dian children were made yesterday be foro the senate Indian affairs com mittee but today that body had no meetingscheduled The senate Interstate commerce com mittee had arranged to go ahead with consideration of the White bill to pro long the life of the radio commission for a year The measure hasalready been reported favorably by the house nercliant marine committee and an effort isbeing made to make some apposition at it at this session GOLD TO GREET 1929MARDIGRAS Arrangements AH Set for Annual New Orleans Spectacle NEW ORLEANS Feb 7 fraa in New Orleans will open for mally tonight with the arrival of Momus son of the moon and god of mirth Momus will assemble his retinue In ageant at St Charles avenue and Gallops street at 7 p m and move hru the principal thorofares to the Athenaeum for the annual ball of the SCrewe of Momus There New Orleans alrest daughters will reign as queen nd maids Glaring flambeaux and parkhng flares will Illuminate the oats The weather forecast could not mlf hJS maje9tv starlit night t and colder weather CLEMENCYJTSKED FOR JOSE TORAL President Gil Will Be Re quested to Prevent Execution son Toral condemned to die tor the assassination of Presiden Mrs James S Sosa 242 Forest Ave Des Moines says My daughter Dolores Is a prize winner for health now but we had a lot of trouble with Her before we found her trouble was f It fixed her up quick gavo her a good appetite made J1 weight right alon few days taking It since thB first avota imitations of Call Jtuiiinjuns 01 LCLII fornia Pig Syrup always look for the rord the carton t s as soon as he arrive from Ciudad Victoria Tamaulipas i was said today The appeal will make the final effor to save the life ot Toral the suprem court having refused yesterday to scant him a writ ot amparo to stay his execution President Porteo Gil left Ciudad Vie torla where he attended the In augur auon ot his successor as governor o lamaulipas this morningand will ar rive In Mexico City tomorrow NO CONFERENCE IS PLANNED FOR FARM PROBLEM CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 conduct their own industry along sound lines with such federal assist ance as will enable It to reach a parity with other industries Tariff One Method Upward revision of tariff sched ules on farm products is one method which has been promised and n the forthcoming general amendment to the present tariff law this will be sought along with changes in sched ules affecting other products neces sary to meet changed conditions since these schedules werewritten Frlends of Mr Hoover assert that he does not look with favor upon a genera revision of the tariff They represent him as favoring only a general amendment to the present act which will afford the additional mMure ot protection that certain In dustries need in the light of altered conditions affecting them While Senator Smoot of Utah chalr raan of the senate finance committee tavors the calling oc the extra session on April 1 the actual date of tha convening of congress will depend largely upon the progress made by the house committees handling the farm relief and tariff measures Will Be Before April 15 If those committees can be ieady to report out measuresby the data sug gested by Senator Smoot then con gress probably will meet at that time If they cannot then the call would be for a later date but with little llkell hood that It would be after April 15 as the leaders want to clean up their work and get away before August All of these questions have formed subjects of conferences which the presidentelect has been holding with Senator Smoot who Is to remain here for a week They also will be taken ip with other senate and the house leaders after Mr Hoover returns to Washington a short time before his inauguration on March 4 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THURSDAY FEB7 Fight to Save Life of Chicago Slayer of Teacher Begun Again CHICAGO Feb 1 figh to save the life of David Shanks Ne gro slayer of Miss Jennie Constance was to be resumed in criminal cour today Shanks attorneys had prepared ar guments asking a stay of execution on the grounds that they had not hod time to perfect an appeal to the IM nois supreme court Shanks has been sentenced to be electrocuted on Feb 15 for the slaying last fall of Miss Constance a posl graduate student at Northwestern uni verslty FEDERAL BOARD HALTS TRADERS CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 Vhenit finds that conditions an ing tha statement saia whlcl it was its business to see that the fed eral reserve banks function effective ly When arisi obstruct federal reserve banks In the effective discharge their function 01 BO the credit facilities of the federal reserve system as to ac commodate commerce and business It is its duty to inquire into them and to take such measures as may be terrolned suitable and effective in the circumstances to correct them which in the immediate situation means to restrain the use either directly or indi rectly of federal reserve credit faolll ties in aid of the growth of specula live credit The board declared that the volume of speculative credit was still grow JUDICIARY BILL IS CARRIED BY VOTE OF 8 519 CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 would make the secretary of state a real estate commissioner and require the licensing by him of real estate brokers and salesmen It would prevent real estate opera tlons except by men holding licenses ana would permit the licensing of men both trustworthy and competent to transact business in such a man ner to safeguard the interests of he public Real estate operators could Je deprived of licenses for cause and bo refused reIssue If once turned down The annual cost of licenses to brokers wiuld be and to salesmen A bill from Senator Rogers of Stan wood would rewrite the whola law as t relates to the licensing of certified public accountants following in gen eral however the present law It would establish a 5 member board of accountancy one member to be the attorney general and provide for the icensins of certified public account ants and other public accountants transfers and purchase of additional equipment by school boards Senate Gets Road BUI DBS MOINES Feb 7 sen ate highways committee today intro duced a secondary road bill follow ing in general tho suggestions of the secondary road commission appointed by Governor Hammill The bill carries with it tho commissions recommenda tion for passage In introducing the measure Sena tor A H Bergman of Newton chair man of the commission character Izcd the bill as tho greatest road measure introduced in the legislature In He claimed tho bill if en acted would result in saving millions of dollars each year in expenditures for secondary roads The measure he said would have sven more far reaching effects than he primary road law passed during the special session of the legislature HEADlFWARD BAKERIES DIES Most Powerful Figure in In dustry Succumbs to Heart Disease Would Change Liquor Law It differs from the former law hat It provides a means whereby for mer practitioners may assume th tles and privileges of their trade with ut examination on a showing of suf icient experience Senators Clark of Cedar Rapids and 3ennett of Mapleton were joint spon ors of a bill relating to old offenders nder prohibition laws whichIs de igned to broaden present provisions f the law and prescribethe duties of WOULD CHANGE LAW BENEFITING CRIME SUSPECTS CONTimJED FROM PAGE I in a position In which tho Innocent lie cannot go on the stand and make a good witness People Must Have Some Rights Senator Dortm of Boone speaking In behaf of the repeal Insisted that organized the must have eome rights where crimes are involvedHe developed tha point that too many safeguards for Individual hamper the work of the public in freeingItself of real criminals Senator Thompson Muscatlne made statement that there arB at pres errt 1000 Innocent men In Fort Madl aon prison Amongother speakers were Sena era Gllchrist of Laurens who denied Beatty charge that repeal would nfringe upon constitutional rights and Frailey of Fort Madison who sided with Beatty Action onthe measure was deferred In the last year loans to broker d dealers by Now York federal r va member banks have climbed from to 555900000 last week a new high record 1roilnces Strain Claim Coming at a time when the coun try has lost some o gold the board said the effect o tho great and growing volume of spec ulative credit has already produced some strain which has reflected Itsel In advances of from 1 to lij per cen In the cost ot credit for commercfa uses An aggravation of these condl tionu the statement continued may be expected to have detrimental ef fects on business and may impair Its future ftwewhite teethfhis natural way days The Simplest Method of All as well as Me Safest Surest and Quickest for the first timel material in the inner tube and fiW The nuurialtt the outer tube poluhea and and conditions Teeth growwhiter grows and wholesome In 9 dayt you wiH note an amazing difference 9 days will pwe it to i t known what would quiddy Xbediotatdoaitcviendaxinthe wfacturer tat nai btge trying to perfect would accom j atHttd molt Theyve all on ooc thingchat two mb needed Then a thing wai r Tht double tube vas created it it i they mmt be kept until the moment of uw The double of NEWMIX within the two oecuMry Mparate qucezed on the bnah Even in of severe neglect it seldom requires more ebon days Your den tirt wiU tell you why Ask your druggist for your tube and begm now Sec for the remarkable remits of mine the NEWMIX iMthodguaMfiSner teeth vuibly whiter Be tun to gti your tube G1LMONT PRODUCTS CORPORATION NEW TORK NEW MIX Qhe NEW WAY to clean tee t h Stocks Fall on Change in English Rate Action to Halt Flow of Gold to U S Causes Drop in Prices NEW YORK Feb 7 Prices on tho New York stock exchange broke to J17 a share at the opening of todays market in the flood of selling set In motion by two unfavorable over night developments the federal re serve boards warning that speculative credit must be restrained and the In crease of 1 per cent in the Bank of Englands discount rate to 654 per cent Blocks of 5000 to 20000 shares changed hands at frequent intervals The rise in the Bank of England rate to a level above the rediscount rates prevailing In this country caused general surprise Its Immediate effect will be to check the flow of gold from England to New York which had been counted on here to ease credit conditions and may result In a with drawal of British funds from New Yorlc Sterling exchange advanced nearly of a cent at the opening placing it well above the gold im port point General Electric broke J17 a share to 5231 which compares with years high Of Case Thresh ing dropped a share Johns Man ville Simmons Co and Ameri can Can Chrysler Warner Bros pic tures International Combustion U S Steel St Joseph Lead Greene anea Copper Bethlehem Steel Inter national Telephone Union Carbide and Chesapeake and Ohio rail back to a share ITALICROMAN QUESTION ENDS CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 pontiff was quoted M saying I con sider that he was sent by Providence to put an end to the unsufferable post tion of the pops in Rome Tho ambassadors assembled in a room at the state apartment ot Card Inal Gaaparrt in response to an invi tationsent them by the cardinal which said he wished to see them to convey an important communication Tho diplomatists all in ordinary girb gathered around the large ob long table flanked by fifteen gIMei chairs upholstered in red damask which are used for meetings of the Cardinals Shortly after the diplomats had as sembled Cardinal GasparrI appeared before them In his rod roben and red skull cap holding a folder paper in hand He spoke in French the terms of the agreement between tho Vatican and the Italian govern ment thB offlcial communication the diplomats conversed cordially with tho papal secretary of atate offering their congratulations thru him to the pops at the achievement which they termed one o fthe most important reg istered In history and one llkoly to nave Invaluable consequences for the of the world county attorneys and of courts Ii makes possible sentences for second or subsequent offenses up to three years imprisonment Senator Thompson of Muscatlne In troduced a bill making a simple ma jority sufficient veto whereby the people ot a municipality may contract public utility indebtedness The pres ent law makes it necessary to get an affirmative vote equal to a majority in the last regular election Sanator Stanley of Oslialoosa Intro duced two school bills relating to fund NEW YORK Feb 7 3 Ward president of the Ward Bak and regarded as the most powerful figure in the baking in dustry died of heart disease at his desk yesterday He was 45 years old He was of the third generation of his family to engage In the baking In dustry He came into prominent pub lic notice in 192S when the govern ment Intervened to stop a merger of food industries which he had conceived and was putting into operation Mr Ward was born in Pittsburgh Pa educated at Allegheny college Meadvillc Pa and the Wharton School of Finance University ol Pennsylvania He entered tho baking business with his father Robert Boyd Ward in Pittsburgh In 100S After va rious connections thru which he or auized several units of the business s bscame president of tho Ward Bak ns corporation upon its organization n 1024 He is survived by Mrs Ward and ive children three brothers and five isters The family home Is at New Rochelle Y MOTORIST AIDS FINDING WITNESS Conversation of Driver Leads to Identification of Roof RED OAK Feb 7 WJA conver sation with a motorist who offered hm a ride brot Harry McCarthy to RedOak yesterday to testify asainat Harry V Hoof charged with killin Fred Stan hers July 23 1925 A witness to the slaying McCarlh had been sought since Hoof was u rested in Louisiana two months age While riding with a man near Fail field McCarthy said the conversatioi turned to the Stahl case The drive saM Roofs trial was awaiting the dia covery of a witness Thats me McCarthy declared I didnt know Roof had been caught He came here at once identified Root and will testify when the trial tarts Feb 26 To the woman thinking in terms of cooking with little or no water we offer DOCTORS NOW ADVISE Focli GcttlnE Better PARTS Feb 7 bulletin Ig sued by Marshall Fochs physicians this morning said there had been fur ther improvement In his condition and no further bulletins would be Issued Orders TITO Weeks Mourning HOME Feb 7 Victor Emanuel ordered a fortnights mourn ing at the court here In memory of Maria Christina queen mother of Spain who died Wednesclav Bank of England Raises Discount Rate I Per Cent LOWDOW Feb 7 WThe bank ot JMigiand raised its discount rate from to o4 per cent today Fruit Steamer Aground HAVANAFeb 7 WThe Atlan tic Fruit Line steamerOlendola was ground today on a reef at Puerto Rico point In NIpe bay Cuba atd asked tugs bo sent from Kingston Jamaica to aid her Poland Ratifies Treaty WARSAW Poland Feb 7 Polish diet unanimously ratified the lloiEtf antiwar pact today The GlobeGazette Offers a Booklet on Poise and Personality A graceful carriage a soft well modulated voice clothes net expen sive but wisely selected to suit your natural are Import ant elements of feminine charm Correct care of the face hands and hair is important All of these ana other elements of beauty are discussed on a sim ple accurate fact basis in a 32 page booklet of Beauty Hints Just prepared by our Washington In formation bureau for feminine readers Six cents in coin or stamps will bring your copy Usethe coupon Frederic J Haakin Director The GlobeGnzette Information Bureau Washington D C I inclose lierewiih 6 In coin or for a copy of he booklet BEAUTY HINTS Name Street City Stale Tempfang Taste Instant Relief Cod Quickly Disappears When Treated This Way No longer is tt necessary lor colds to cause needless misery or risk ot pneumonia according to experiences of numbers of Mason City people Fo doctors are now advising home uao o a pleasant hospital method that gives almost instant qulcklj drives the coldout of ones system Mrs Alice McNeil for example neglected a cold because it was mll at first A day later congestion start ed to spread rapidly shefelt achy and feared pneumonia On the advice of her doctor then she started using e strength doses of Acers Pee a hospitalcertified medication of mild cherry ternlnhydrate and other ingredients now used by leading clinics Relict hngan instantly With the first pleasant swallow she felt Its com Corting healing her nose passages deep down Into her chest In a few hours the feverish achy feeling was relieved conges tion began to clear up and in another ilay or so the doctor reports all tracs oE tjie cold was gone 3Vofo Other cases reported daily oil cerfifioil by attending physician Just a few pleasant spoonfuls of Ayors Pectoral now and you too will feel like a different person tomorrow 60c or twice as much In 3100 hospital size The Finest Aluminum VAPOSEAL UTENSILS Women quick to catch the modern trends will be quick to see the adilsabllity of cooking with little or no water thus con serving tho food elements that are lost when quantities of water art used Theao women will likewise be quick to see the quality and beauty ot these Vapo Seal Utensils that cook with little or no water Mirro VapoSeal Cookers Cooks a whole meal at once burner 7 and 10 quart sizes one Mirro VapoSeal Dutch Oven Cooks with little or no watei MCJ not shrink In cooking and they ret the flavor 46 cjt size VapoSeal Skillet A good sized skillet with tho Vano Seal cover VapoSeal Sauce Pans These panacome In two thrw tour quart sizes in CurrieVan Ness Co MAINTAINED Ui rhmle 17 11 North Federal Avenue MARTHA WIUTNEVERGET THIS SHIRT CLEAN AGAIN ITS JUST COVERED WITH GREASE AND MUD y IOOK HOW7ERR1BIY SOILED Mr HUSBAND HIS CLOTHES PUTTERING AROUND THE CAR SOAKTHEM IN R1NSO AND THEYLL COME OUT WHITE AS SNOW WITH OUT SCRUBBING on EVEN BOILING LATER MARTHA YOU SHOULDN1 WORK SO HARDSCRUB GREASY CLOTHES IDIDNTSCRUBATAlLt t FOUND A NEW SOAP THAT SOAKS ClOTHES WHITER WITHOUT SCRUBBINGITS RINSO Its so S THE GRANU1TEDHASDWATERSOAI Saves saves hands Makers of 35 Wash SIa30n CHy Ia les whiter   

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