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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 19, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                has saved many a plain meal The unusual flavor kf ButterNut Coffee makes everything oh the table taste better It adds richness to plain as noth ing else can BullerNul COFFEE MASON CITYGLOBEGAZETTE TUESDAY FEB 191929 JCPENNEYCa 2024 SOUTH FEDERAL Qet More thru Our MoneySaving Values Spring Frocks The Authentic Modes of Course Splendid Values of Course 75 New prints new Tmd tona In Sit crtptt weivej for georgettes for tie drejsier occasion little jacket frocks chosen one by one for their appeal in and For Women Misses Juniors House Frocks ThatAre Superior Values Here m wub frocks thai can be worn or many summer hive real style and are fashioned of fine ma terials in delight Eul patterns and colorings Only NewHats Ouc Own Penibtook Line Bright paste ttraw of Is a group that been made to our specifications nil for only Silk Hosiery Service Weight Mercerized top and sole for greater service Pair Pure Hose Silk For Women Fullfashioned hose with mercerized top and sole Pair 98c Silk Gloves Have Fancy Cuffs Smart and practical for most every netd Pair 98c Bright Scarfc In Many Oblongs squares and tri angles in fiaetnaring colon Watch for Notion For Evening Brocade and Satin What could be smart er for evening hours than this simple shoe of Satin and Brocadelv REPORT PONTIFF DOESNT WANT MORE SUBJECTS Chicago Coroners Life Threatened as Result of His Massacre Activities CONTINUED FROM PAGE I PAGE 1 soiled ana ho saw no need ot ran lilng the risk ufinvitingdissension Could Be Donated Morover It is the oratory be longs to tho Knights of Columbus and while that organization Is willing to donate it to the holy eee the step nnd not yet beentaken The new Vatican boundard la lim ited by the arches leading Into the square of St Peters so that the most police uniforms Sure They Werent Cops Pollco Commissioner William Bus soil is convinced that no policemen Iwcio Involved but lie la lending Ills as sistance to the states attorneys to clear up the iinystery It 1s tho com missioners theory that IE any oC the CANAL PROJECT IN NICARAGUA BEFORE SENATE slayeiTi wore disguise uniforms It was as a There are 6L5 men composing tlio mobile squads ot the detective bureau One hundred were questioned list night by members of the states attor neys staff It was not revealed wheth er any of the several persons who saw themurder car were called upon valuablo property adjoining It Is that Ito attena the inquiry and attempt which Is on the lett aids asone goes identification The 100 who were Interrogated were etectiyes who were on duty Thursday at life hour of the assassination De tectives were oft duty at the time are to be similarly questioned Just before this new side of the in quiry was started David Stansbury assistant charge for the states at torney made another tour of tha north sMo neighborhood in which tho killings occurred As an Incident of the tour a poolroom a block from the lip to the Vatican gardens There Is a triangular plot there which wauld bo highly suitable Cor building purposes and which It has been indicated may somo time provide a homo for tho ambassadors to the Vatican 4 OTHERS WIN FREEDOM FROM PRISON IN OHIO CONTINUED FHOM PAGE 1 a list of senators and representatives ivlio vote dry and drink wot but yesterday he assured his hearers that ho was jolting Only Joking All the members ot the house did not know of this assuranceand some one last night spread the news at the capltol tiiat the names of certain rep resontatives were on the list that the Missouri senator Intended to give out There were many telephone calls and a number ot hurried visits to Reeds office before those concerned learned that no list was to be issued Reed retires to private life at tho end ot and during his Id years in tho senate the news that lie was speaking has been sufficient to start a movement toward the senate naileries and to draw absent col leagues to the floor Borahs reputation is no less Reed Is a democrat nnd a wet Borah is a republican and a dry Discussion on tho Jones bill to increase penalties for I every way that te reaaonable and fair to undertake to maintain that constitution Let us all combine In that effort The senator from Missouri will never see the day I wJit mver see the the eighteenth amendment isout of the constitution the United States In the using our jlnriuenco our moral leadership our I public duty as senators and citizens let us see to It that It Is enforced In jsb far as It is possible for human In jsenulty to do It Senator Reed was on his feetas Borah ended but Senator Heflln of Alabama had gained the attention of tha chair Heed stood for a second and then walked quickly to where Borah stood They sliook hands warmly and both were smiling CONTINUED FROM PAGE safe robbery at Marietta in the spring of 1825 HB is sala to have been known in Ashland Kyi as a safe blower May Call Special Jury Meeting There was a report which the states attorney would not discuss j that a special meeting of the grand jury had been called for today This was taken as an indication that the Investigators had sufficient evidence to warrant its immediate presentation Doputy Commissioner John P Stege ono ot the departments aces In gang crime Investigations has been Jacko was sentenced In 1S27 at the ago of 19 for the murder of John lorerel ome from Havana where he Souze a Cleveland butcher during liad furlough an attempted holdup of tho butcher Stes6 is expected to take charge for shop jtho police tomorrow Investigators were still searching Walton alias Walden was een tenced to serve 12 to 25 years for the holdup of a card game in Cleve for Dan McCiurn who Is known to po IHquor law violations laid the setting for the clash Reed nigued that control ot liquor should fall to the elates Borah con tended that prohibition was a part of the constitution and should be ob served Instrument of Tyrants Reed said has been the In strument ot tyrants and the weapon of brutes since time began it despots have sought to Justify and cloak tha vlllanles that have stained this earth with blood and saturated it with tears and filled It with the groans of the dying Law what sir is law It is I speak now of the proper laws It IB something that springs from custom as an expert with a machine gun and ia b al o VJIL 1J uy UUIIaUlll Jt land In 1027 fn which was stol McGurn during the past years has must be mora u that ft fc en He to be wantedjn PliJl twics baen marked for assassination being desperately on one oc casion Police are certain that the execu ition of the seven Moran gangsters was the work of a marksman pointing iclelphtafor murder Rosso was sentenced in 1027 to aj term of from 10 to 25 yeais for minor robbery Warden Blames Offices i In a statement Issued several hours out that between 20 ana 30 slugs were the escapes Warden Thomas flrel1 Into cach tody and that only a fixed responsibility on ignorance and rew hlt the brick wall In front of disobedience of order on the part of vhJch the victims were lined officers Mayor William Hale Thompson He said that some officer had enmado h3 IIrst Public statement con trusted the key to the ventilator door earning the crime yesterday saying to an inmate plumber and had there Representatives ot the federal gov by paved the way for a collusion becrnment States Attorney Swanson tween the plumber and tha escaped and other county officials Commls riien sloner of Police Hussell the police de Thomas also said that the socalled Partment and city officials are work 6 oclock count did not reveal n close harmony that the people body missing while the prisoners who will be given every possible protection remained in the celto declared that tho against crime men had escaped between4 and 5 Charles Shlbley and J B Isaacs guards on duty In the third tier were summoned from their homes for ques tioningby the warden who also quizzed the men who remained In their cells while their fellow prisoners es caped A fellow prisoner ivho refused to escape said that Walton sawed the bar off thVcell before the lights went out last night whllo he 4rawnea ouc the rasping sound of the saw with tho drone of a Jews happ Newlyweds Visit With Relatives at Osage OSAGE Feb Stevens and Miss Margaret Anderson tyero married Saturday in LeRoy Minn and came here that evening to spend tho weekend with his grandmother Mrs Susie Clary and other relatives Mr ana Jlrs Stevens will make their PATTERSON IN MOVE TO KEEP PLAN ON FLOOR CONTINUED FROJI PAGE 1 own action has no rules to apply to the measure Fish Game Commission DBS MOINES Fell 9 Conservation which haa played but smalt part In discussions on the Iowa general assembly thfs session will make its formal bow for legislative j favor this weekend in a demand that the present administration ot the state home in XeHoy where he has a posl Iish and same department by a state tion in a garage Same warae be changed to admlnls Itratlon by a commission of als persons i selected by the governor A southern college has bought ISO The demandbla pleseniea ln tt bUl acres of land and is go ng to add fox dlactod by tbo legislative committee huntmg to the curriculum Another of tha Iowa chapter Jzaak Walton step toward the liberation ot tho league and tendered to Representative American college from Iho onerous j A KIng ot Clay county chairman Ohio ol the holisa rjsll gRme committee Ko twomembers ot the commission could be from the eame congressional WOMEN WEAK TIRED district and not more than four from Rundown and Nervous the same political party tho bill pro pr who suffer ovarian pains in the vldes No salary is provided but actu ofthe stomach bearing al expenses In attending the four founded upon Justice it must express equity and right It must be humane in itsoperations It must be something that commends itself to the spirit to be a proper law tho soul of mankind An improper law an unjust law a cruel law must be as much a crime as the act of an individual who assassin ates In the dark He declared that the prohibition law was an unjust law and that there had followed In its train corruption and debasement Suggests Repeal Let us repeal this law he cried and let us then discharge the snoop ers and spies the sneaks and the crim inals who have been employed with out money to haunt our doors to areak open the windows of our habi tations to murder cur people upon the streets Borah in his reply to Reed said that there had been corruption and violations ot the law I know that ho declared I call the senators attention to the fact however that there never has been a law placed upon the statute books ot any civilized nation on earth with referenco to liquor that the liquor forces did not undertake to break it down to violate It to undermine it to corrupt the officials It In tho his tory of liquor legislation from the beginning until this hour It is not within the ingenuity ot tho human mind to devise a liquor laiv that will be satisfactory to the liquor interests Probably we cannot ever prevent the use of alcoholic drinks Jie con cluded but shall we continue or shall iwc surrender In the fight Will Never Be Out So far as I am concerntd so lone as It Is written In the constitution of the United States that the sale of LINDBERGH SPEAKS WASHINGTON Feb 19 Charles A Lindbergh told house lead era yesterday ot the heed for airmail setvice to LatinAmerican countries and hardly was Lindberghs biplane out ot sight on Its way to New York before the Kelly bill embodying some of the flyers Ideas was passed by the house The measure introduced by Repre sentative Kelly of Pennsylvania would authorize the postmaster gen eral to enter Into contracts for the handling of airmail to and from Cen tral and South American countries and insular possessions At present there Is no pay for American air lines carry ing mall from those countries bound for the United States In a conversation with Represent ative Furlow republican Minnesota former army officer Lindbergh said that he believed a separate promotion list for aviator officers was needed He pointed out that the flying life of an air officer waa much shorter than the active duty lite of ground officers and said that the air service had already lost several of tts best officers to com mercial companies Floyd Sheriff Finds Alcohol in Room of Charles City Resident CHARLES CITY Feb raid on the room ot Charles F Dlrst 20 this morning by Sheriff P A Saddler disclosed two gallon cans ot alcohol one gallon jug ot alcohol and a num ber ot empty bottles and funnels rUe sheriff wasaccompanled on the raid by his deputy B L Atherton Dan Shannon chief of police it A Fisher and Charles Mapes They took Dlrat to the station where he con fessed to bootlegging and it is ex pected that he will plead guilty when summoned before Judge C 11 Kelley Dirst is a former resident ot Hamp ton and was employed in the office ot the HartParr Tractor company and a waiter at Kents cafe Chevrolet Coupe Damaged by Fire on Highway 14 GREENE Feb Schel lengers Chevrolet coupe was some what damaged by fire Sunday after noon on highway Xo 14 between Greene and Allison The car became heated and lie walked Into Allison where he was going to visit his par ents Mr anil Mrs C M Schellenger and when he returned to where the car stood it was afire They extin guished the fire before any great amount of damage was done Case Over Land Settled Out of Court at Algona ALGONA Feb litigation over 2SO acres of land near Bancrofl between the Farmers and Traders Savings bank of Bancroft the Faw cett Investment company ot Nevada and John Frankl of Algona was ended last Saturday when tile parties got together and settled the title to the land Each of tho parties had a frac tional title to the fa and suit had been stared to decide the ex act fractions LINDYISTO MEET MOTHER Mrs Lindbergh Due to Reach N Y on Liner President Wilson NEW YORKFeb 19 Charles A Lindbergh this evening will have his first opportunity to talk to his mother of his romance with Miss Anne Morrow Mrs Evangeline Lindbergh who has spent almost a year as a guest instructor in the American school at Constantinople Is arriving on the liner President Wilson Altho sha has been advised of his engagement by radio it Is presumed the colonel will be at the Jersey City pier to greet her and tell her person ally of his plans to marry the daugh ter of tho American ambassador to Mexico Colonel Lindbergh arrived from Washington at Curtisg field yesterday voluble on aviation but silent on all matters pertaining to his engagement HOOVER IS BACK IN WASHINGTON Party Arrives at From Months Vacation in Southland WASHINGTON Feb 10 from Ills months vadHon In Florida PresidentElect Hoover reached Wash ington at p m Tho presidentelect accompanied by Mrs Hoover was met at the Union station by Hubert Work chairman of the republican national committee and by George Akerson his private secretary Only very few persons were admit ted to the station platform but a crowd of about 200 had gathered in the station Coulter Shipments of Stock Announced by Shipping Association COULTEK Vcb ship ments within the past 10 days are as follows Farmers Elevator company three cars of hogs and two cars of cattle Henry Miller four cars of cattle Sam Hicks one car of hogs Mrs Andrew Jereensen one car of cattle H E Peterson one car of cattle George Dohrmann one car oC cattle Harold Holmgaard three cars of cattle W C Pralle one car of hogs Chris Vestegaard one car of cattle and one cjar of hogs Oscar Boughtln one car oC cattle and one car hogs Allan and Larson two cars of cattle Leslie and Floyd Christehsen Oscar Boughtln Edward Pralle and Clarence Muhlcnbruch ac companied these shipments to Chi cago Brazil Man Visits 1 Relatives at Greene and at Clarksville GREENE Feb C C Knight of Brazil S A is tha guest of relatives here this week He will vlait also at Clarksville before leaving for Virginia where he will join his family who are visiting relatives there They will attend the presidential inaugu ration at Washington Dr Knight Is president of the Gyronasio Lazras in Lazarus Brazil He with his fam ily will remain the greater part of this year in Hie United States Splendid Recipe To Stop A Cough That Hangs On Anyhow when you discuss tln Einsteintheory you are perfectly safe in making mistakes Nobody will con tradict Knpiils Gaietfo st remedy tliat money Could buy can easily be made at home it saves Money auil gives you the most reliable quickacting medicine you eTcr used The way it takes hold ot stub born coyglis and chest colds fiiviug immediate relief is astouishiug 9ii y druBEist can supply you with ffipjpS ulated sugar syrup or strained honey Its no trouble at all to mix and when you ODCU use it you will never be with i Perfectly and tastes good really like it It ts surprising how quickly this homomade remedy loosens tuc germ nphlcem soothes and heals the inflamed membranes At tho same time it is absorbed into tiie blood where it acts directly on the bronchia tubes and helps the system throw offi tuc whole trouble Even those severe couglis which usually follow the flu are promptly ended Vines is a highly concentrated com pound of genuine Norway Pine con taining the active agent of creosote a refined palatable form Nothing known m medicine is more helpful in cases of severecoughs chesttoUsa bronchial troubles Do not accept a substitute for Piri it Ja guaranteed to gfteiptompt or money refunded Intoxicating liquors Is injurious to the public welfare and that that embodies tho policy of tha people I propose in traditlon BeaconJournal uchca Imndency nervous derangements i flushes of heat fleeting and Indefinite pains whites painful or Irregular periods should write to Mrs Ellen Lovell G161 Mass Kansas City Mo She will entirely FHEB and with out charge to the Inquirer advise ot a convenient home method whcroby ehc and other women say they have suc cessfully relieved similar troubles The most common expression of these thankful women la I feel llko a now woman And others I dont have any pains whatever anymore I can hardly believe myself that your Wonderful Method has done Can Hire Game Warilen Tho commissioners are authorized to employ a game warden at not more than J5000 a year and as many depu lyi game wardens at not more than 12000 a year each as aro deemed nec essary commission ia given liber al powers to regulate open and closed seasons for game establish hatcheries ana otherwise promote fleparlment business All ol the present revenue amount Ing to about year are allot ted to the commission for use In con imicli for me In such a short time Iservation of fish and wild life Under today Thlsndvice cxiatlns statutes thedepartment re FluGrip Checked at the start RUB your chest with Vtcks before your little cold gets Vicks acts two ways at once to check the cold and prevent complications 1 It is vaporized by the heat of the body and inhaled for hours direct to the inflamed pasaagw 2 It acts through the skin like an oldfashioned poultice drawing out the tightness and pain free to you Bhe Ima nothing to sell Terrible Eczema Goes Quickly Strong Powerful Yet Safe Surgeons Prescription Calfed Mooneg Emerald Oil Has Astonished Physicians There Is ono simple and Inexpensive way to reducethe dangerof swollen veins and bunches ant get them down to normal and that Is to apply Moonos Emerald OUiitglit aiul morning uMnu tho MoorioVBandago Ur support them during tho day People who have puin fill enlarged veins should not neglect them for they sometimes burst and cause umch misery and expense Emerald Oil besides being so marvelously antiseptic that It de stroys germs and poisons caused by genns Is such a remarkable healing agent thnt eczema barbers Itch salt rheum and other inflammatory slcfn eruptions KO In a few days For years It hns been used for botla ulcers abscessesand open sores thac discharge and tlio most perfect success Any druggist will be glad to supply you only mojnder piles up without designation Governor Hammlli la opposed to the commission plan but in his biennial message to the leglsfature he favored allotting all ot the revenue derived from sale of licenses and rough fish for use of tho department Ixjglnlatlve friends of conservation however opened tha way for granting the entire revenue to toe department earlier this session by of ferine an amendment to the administration ap iropriation hill allotlng 05 per cent of the revenue for conservation ami lacing tha remainingS per cent in a fund until la accumu atcrt after which the G per cent rc veris totho main fund for uso of the department Church Meeting Postponed Due to Blocked Highway JOICB Feb to iha snow storm Sunday blocking the roads tho mission meeting to bo held In Beaver Creek church hero from Feb 19 to 21 will postponed for 3 weeks This meeting was to he held by the St Ana far circuit of tho Norwegian church of American USED FURNITURE STOVES and RUGS Goods Bought Sold and Exchanged GRAHAMS New and Second Hand Store 204 South Federal Ave Phone 301 Former Location of Mason City Hardware Co MODES Details of Design That Take off Pounds The woman of mature pro portions finds modes that are charmingly suited to her dignity and poiae in the spring clothes designed es pecially for her at Stand ard And she will he de Hghted with all the dress makery touches that show the fineness of their making Jolnlil effcctn In rtrdpon Horn nro a chic meth fi1 tit flrnwinu tlio eye up anfl flown to crente n nlim appear Diagonal linen achieved by of Beaming and nlllched on trims are alenderlzlng As are broken lines Sizes 10 o half sizes formerly KilliansInc   

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