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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 11, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE MONDAY MARCH 111929 THREE A Lee Syndicate Newspaper Office 121123 East State Street Telephone Numbers 27 28 and 29 WILL P MUSEEditor W EARL Editor LEE P LOOMI3Business Manager omir no REPUBLICAN Established Weekly Globe Established May 1S82 Daily Globe Established October 1890 The Mason City Times Founded tn 1S70 Issued Every Week Dey Afternoon by MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE COMPANY MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PHESS The Associated Press exclusively entitles to the use for publication ot all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited In thla paper am news published herein also all local Official Paper In the City and County SUBSCRIPTION RATES Dally per year Otiky per Outside of Mason City ana Clear LaUe Dally per year by carrier Dally per week by carrier Daily per year by mall fi months 1225 3 months 12S 1 month Outside 100 mile zone daily per year 6 months 3 months 5175 5700 15 400 50 6UO ILL WINDS TS a cola winter that doesnt blow somebody good 1 California reports tho heaviest tourlat travel in ten years Trains oil winter have run in many sections Florida receives its usual thousands Widely distributed wealth enables more people every year to defeat the as saults of tho seasons Perhaps climate and the weather are taken too seriously Why not carry your own of you Why not let climate be a matter ot the spirit THE OLD HOME TOWN By Stanley Advertising Rates Furnished on Application Entered at the Poatqfflco at Mason City Iowa as Second Class Matter Animals ore such agreeable no questions they pass 110 ELLIOT W THIS WEEK BELONGS TO WOMEN the entry of women Into 537 672 listed occupa tions and according to the lust census ot the United States 8549511 women employed Jn gainful oc cupations thruout this country alone it is only fitting that a national week should be set aside for the women in business The National Business Womens week ob served for tho first time in 1028 began this year with ob servance of Good Will day Sunday and will end March 16 Sponsoring this week which Is set aside to direct at tention to the increasing numbers of women in business and the increasing importance in the part they play in community state and national life s the National Fed eration of Business and Professional Womens clubs the largest organization business women in America hav Ing nearly 1000 local clubs and1 62000 members Its major projects emphasize thrift and education altho tlio question of personality versus education or a happy combination of both creeps into the situation nna this topic will be one of the main issues under discussion thls wee Jn their national education program this organization stands supreme It insures at least a high echoo educa tion for every business girl and of 960 Its clubs it has organized more than halt that number oC educational loan funds by means of which thousands of girls have been enabled to obtain a high school diploma before entering business while numbers have been assisted thru college or professional school Hardlv a field of endeavor is safe from the steadily Basing army of professional women They are equally C at the stenographers desk or the technical en gineers dutiaa They quality as designers draughtsmen chemists metallurgists dentists judges aey and theatrical producers national life there are the serv wonveT Ini ing as Gratifying to the feminine enthu siasts is the present record of 146 names carried on the rosters of 38 state legislatures according to statistics re corded by Miss Mary Anderson of the Womens bureau United States department of labor The ability of women for public positions may carry with it a finer quality than the eternal masculine and women may bring higher Ideals Into their work but cer tainly It Is true that they are a great force In building a bettor society nnd they have proved themselves many times over thoroly fitted capable and successful in their business You can iisii our information bureau any question of fact and get he answer back In n personal letter It is a great educational idea introduced into the lives nf tho most intelligent people In the newspaper readers It is n part of that liest purpose of a Tliero Is no cliareo except 2 cents in coin or stamps for return postage Get tho habit of iislmiK questions Address your letter to the filniicGazeftR Information Bureau Frederic J Hasltfn Hireclor Washington D C Q Are all automobile license plates the sumo size G M J A No A division of the department of commerce Is going to make a survey in a short time showing the sizes oc the various license plates with a view to securing uni form size What liind of ji government lias Italy AT D LJ A Italy is a Mngrtom with a constitutional form of government The king Is Victor Bmanuel III and the prime minister who is also minister of tho interior for eign affairs nrmy navy air and corporations is Benito Mussolini who took office Oct 30 1922 Practically Italy is a dictatorship the king having been acquiescent to tho dictates of Mussolini who controls the parliament What elements are there in the human hair A The elements composing human hair are Carbon about E452 per cent hydrogen 841 nitrogen 1782 sulphur 520 oxygen 1005 some amount of mineral latter Q What is meant by n royalty in the oil industry C R C A A royalty originally was the rent paifl by tenants of a manor belonging to tlie crown As applied to the oil industry a royalty means certain specified portion gener ally oneeighth of all oil nd gas produced The owner ot tho royalty is entirely free from all development drill ing and carrying expenses His share ot the production is delivered directly to a refinery or pipe line company without any charge for production or transportation so that what he receives is all profit except the gross pro duction tax payable to the stato A royalty usually is perpetual Q What flowers will thrive in poor soil C E M A Such flowers include JovelieEbleeding princes feather Joscphscoat cape marigold godetla dwarf nas turtium portulnca Scotch pink sweet alyssum garden balsam culliopsts J How was flic income from farm commodities divided last year II 15 A Tho grose incomes bygroups of commodities for 10272S were Grain S163COOOOOO meat animals 000 fruits nnd vegetables cotton and cotton seed dairy ami noultrv products 000000 all farm products S12253000000 In what pirfs of Washington and Oregon are apples crown M C A In every county of both states Q Was Joseph Conrads father mi educated man W K A His father a country squire was a distinguished lioet and literary critic His mother was a gentlewoman Q ITensu describe tiie presidents flag A W A The flag consists of the presidents seal in bronse upon a blue background with a large white star in each corner t H How many children attend Sunday school CF A It Js estimated that over 29000000 children are in the Sunday schools of tho world OC these more than 17000000 are In North America J Whore is Kintiin Gnldninn living IVI W A She has a villa at St Tropez on the French HI FOR A NBW POST OFFICE BUILDING REMEMBER RoBSlEYoU PROMISED ME ALL THE POWDER SAMPLES IF foil S6T ANY LINIMENT SAMPLES EM FOR ME May Hold Festival to Celebrate Anniversary CLARION March Clarion Commercial club has taken under con sideration the feasibility of a celebra tion of tlio seventyfifth anniversary ot the settling of Wright county in a fitting manner during the coming summer Such events aio being suc cosstully carried out by oilier towns and Ihc general discussion of tho mat ter favoml auch an undertaking by citizens of Clarion Tito following committee ivaa ap pointed by tresiilent George Kyseth to confer with ii committee of the American Lesion who will very likely sponsor tlio celebration Dr F P St Clair N Archerd George Htch ards G E Cook Dr K I ijizo more Paul Ramsay 1ho Legion com mittee is as follows Messzs SaHabury Tomlinson and Holtlnson for Carroll Ijisfm CAHKOLI March 11 aignor Stephen Butler who fllel nt San Antonio Tox yesterday will be buried hero Wednesday Ho hart been pastor of St Josephs Catholic church here since 131S Widely Known Arkansas Educator Laid to Rest FATETTEVILLE Ark March 11 host ot tho states leaders In political and educational liCe Ratherec here today to pay their respects at the burial ot John Newton Tlllman 70 democratic member of congress for tho third Arkansas district from 191R unlil 1H29 and former president ot the University of Arkansas After saorvlca nt First Baptist church a service by the Masonlo or der was to ho held at tho grave The loily of the congressnian and edu cator is to rest in the Oztrc foot hills Heath came at midnight Saturday following a ninemonths illness Julius Hoseiiwald ffl CHICAGO March 11 Roaenwald millionaire philanthropist and head ot Senrs Roebuck and com pany has returned from Washington ill and has been ordered to bed by his physician He is suffering from n cold contracted during the inaugura tion ceremonies SINCE ROB PADUNSON HAS BEEN OUT OF A JOBHES ADSXNOWHES BUSY README HIS AWU HE HASMTTJMe TO HUNT FOfS A NEW JOB tEC CTXNICV Peters Adventures A Doily Bedtime Story By MRS FLORENCE SMITH VINCENT GRANDFATHERS TONGUE TOO LONG THE MIDDLE OF THE ROAD IT JS a comfort lo find a man who is willing to walk in the middle of the road and to be known for what mid who he is Most of is seek constantly to have people signaled Tennessee Ohio keep opinions of us that arcnot in accordance with the facts Wo may like to be thot rich when we are not rich Or we like to be thot poor when we are rich We like to be thot drys when secretly we are wets Wo boast that wo never deal with bootleggers but we are willing to accept what others buy of bootleggers We make silly distinctions thereby trying to whitewash our personal behavior We ordinarily I dont do this sort of thing but I will this once when if wo were simply honest we would say that we always do this sort of thing if we think we can get away with It j So goes life with Its foolish selfdeceptive distinc tions and exceptions Tho middle of the road to be Been as wo are ought to be a comfortable and simple path Most ot us are afnifcl of it When a man seeks office whether he wants to be councilman or congressman United States senator or cabinet member what is It that he really wants Of course he tella you It is his overwhelming desire to serve s his country and his fellow man Probably tho thing he wants most is a box seat In life where he can be seen ly others He wants to bo somebody In a large nnd dis tinctive way Nothing shameful in this ambition tho It is rarely confessed A man loving notice and publicity Is sometimes called a grandstander It has been said there are two kinds of and those who are not Prob ably there is no such lino of difference There are grandstnnders who admit they are nnd gramlstanders who pretend they are not viera What in iinnies are iHirne By tlio most peoplo In America It F A DrawhiK conclusions from the enrollment during tho war tho first ten were Smith Johnson Brown Wil liams Jones Miller Davis Anderson Wilson and Moore Is lie missionary wlu was hiiliKiped and then released in about 25 years ago still living K II A Miss Kllen Ktonc tlio victim of bandits in 1301 dicil in 11127 in Chelsea Mass at the affe of SI IIiiw were the names of Mates clioscn Hint uere Kivcn ii the avenues in Ihc cily of Washington C I A The names oC tho Elates in the union in 1732 were taken Afterward avenues without names dc loiilstuna and Indiana prump gurgled the small froff so surprised D at Ilia fathers words that bo tnmbled off a stone into the water without meaning to ot all But up he bobbed In hilf a second nnd picked out for himself a soft seat upon a lilypud Oh dear that doesnt sound us If It would be a bit of fun sighed he Who wants to Ho buried in slimy mud tor a whole winter Then tho small frog thot ot something and became hla own chceviul little self again Kcrplump Kerplump How glad I am that grand father woke us up thrilled he I cant bear to sleep another wink until It comes time to eo to bed on the bottom ot the pool But say father if we ore buried how do we tereather By this time the boy had reached the bank of the poo and was near enough to catch the puzzled ex pression on Papa Bullfrogs face That fat follow i opened hla mouth j nn wldo as it would go as it he was trying to suck In on answer from Your BROADWAY By Walter Wincheil And Mine Diet and Health By Lulu Rant PclcrB M D Inquiries to Dr Peters care and endow ttampcd envelope Sign yout name a evidence oi Jaltb Send 10 ceatj m coin U you rbb Reducing and Gaining Pamphlet STRAIGHTEN THAT CHILDS TEETH CCOOME TIME ago I read one oC your articles in which O yon wrote about having teeth straightened by means of braces Tily teeth are healthy and strong but they are very Irregular I wanted my dentist to replace them with false ones but lie said It would be a crime nnd that the only thine I can do is to A brace for about three years anil then he cant guarantee It to work Is them any other way to straighter the teeth Mine are my biggest and their irregularity makes me very sensitive MBS 1C Gut Rate Grocery Saves You Money We uuoto helovv just a fnw OT our many specials for Tuesday ncsiiiry and Tliurfidiy Get your share of Jhcra FARMERS us your will buy more here PHONE 112113111 30 E STATE STREET HOME OF REAL BARGAINS CANE SUGAR 10 Ibs 49c AVilh 5200 Order of Other Groceries CORN PEAS AND TOMATOES ISc grade 2 I8c grnile onns3Hc Me gride 3 mils35o 25c grade 2 Matches 6 large hoxes 19c Pure Lard 21bs35c the air Well now let VUM VUM THAT TASTED GOOD FEUOW mo think son said he tapping what the boy sup posed was his fore head with his foot and 1eteinearly laughed out loud to see him the froj had almost tied himself Into a Icnot to do It It Rooms to me that I have HOOVER KEEPS FAITH first proclamation from President Hoover since i his ascendency to the white house was a call for an extraordinary session of congress for legislation to ef fect further agricultural relief and legislation for limited changes ofthe tariff which cannot In justice to our farmers our labor and our manufacturers bo ponlponed The special session will be convened April 15 Presi dent Hoover will probably insist that the special congres enact BUStable farm relief measures reapportion house membership authorize the taking of the 1930 census and revise thetariff before It can adjourn A special aeSBion to consider agriculture Car from the filibusters or a crowded calendar was Hoovers most Important election pledge The early ful fillment of this agreement with agriculture is full prooi that Hoovers administration will be one of execution and accomplishment More interesting tho than tho special session are the measures Herbert Hoover ns an analyst o knotty prob lems will recommend to congress to stnbillzo agriculture After taking the responsibility for a farm congress Iloovor must ally direct this congress A raoml after the lnai ado Hoover ig plunging into the solution of til itiest problem of his administration He Is hoping the farmera problem before it meets him an Irt It hniiK like an ominous nail ovc hie administration as ft did over that oC his picdeccssorg Srirch Latr renccsbrother Warren parents Con which the Spad producing firm the Fulton And It Is as sorted hy some of the foyer talkers that it marks Mr Lawrences debut as legit attraction preparer It the report is accurate then the new author is a promising one for Conflict which Is uneven and frequently snotty piece ie not without a compelling episode or What it appears to lack is a wallop and an extra supply of appeal Tcrliaps the direction la faulty Surely the troupe of seasoned players contri butes gracefully to it which probably gives the new entry some ot its charm It is played well then and one wishes is much oouttl lie said of the new play wriglits initial effort Now ami then it reaches out ovev tho bulbs holds you then it lots go It never appears certain oC itself Only the fine playing of the pretenders grips you and niores tho pity for most ot them belong In a successful iroduction Let It be jotted down then that Warren F Lawrence will probably provide something that will tome day It revolves about a young clerk who is caught in the Ira ft of nml serves In the flying corps His skill n tho air brings a captaincy and he returns home with ho distinction of bringing down among other enemies one of CJermunys most famous aces The ladies lionize lim and he vales most of the other rewards that come o heroes Rut his head fattens Ho shelves The One Who Really Cared he snubs his war buddies and other wise makes himself unpopular with the crowd from which lie sprang lie was only a clerk after all Mr Lawrence irovcs f TJI17 Ronkorihoftromh Cluhs choice is Tonn Lowells Tho lradle of tho Drop and an immensely delight ful tome it in too Simon Sinister publish it The luilhor spent lht first 17 years nf hor life at sea on hoard iicr pnppyH IourmiiMecl windjammer which sailed the Kouth was nnd until sho nearcd her eighteenth birth day never wore shoes or stockings Her childhood am bitions were to grow hair on her chest and to get gor geously InUuned Khe not only learned how to spit i curve in the wind hut to cuss for minutes at a time with out repenting and tlie Hilile was hor primer charting fur hor the mysteries of sex Most amusing lo this corner however was her dis covery tluit Iho ukulele was introduced to Hrtwail by n Harvard boy It is our wager too that the first time you pick up The Gindlc of I lie you wont put it dowmi until youve devoured every word uf il BY WAY ol anny Hrict and the N Y press tlio fableoC tlie two Jrlshmcn two Kcotchimn am two Tritons who were stranded on 1 desert Island At tho end of iix months the reseuirs discovered That Irishmen were a one end of the island flgblinr Ihe Srois had opened a hanlc In the middle while tlio Knglishnnii wove glowering nt each ether at Ihc other end they hud not been properly introduced Of courso you have croaked a hoarse voice that tlio boy knew at oucc belonged to the grandfather of the frag family You will he saying next that you have forgotten how we drink and you know just as well ns I do that we frogs take in the water thru the pores in our bodies Why It wo tried to swallow the water wo probably would choko to death We use our months for more Important things for instance Yum yum That fellow tasted good The old frog had stuck out a long tllmy tongua and refer wttli his very own eyes had seen a water beetle spinning over tho top of the pool suddenly glued to the tip of grandfathers tongueand struggling drawn into tlie frogs mouth Now the captor was making a queer noise that sound ed very much as if he was smacking his lips over the choice morsel Grandfather however continued quite as if nothing had happened And as for how we breathe I dare say wo do it in the same our if that is not as good a way as any I should like to have anyone say zfe too didnt have yourj teeth straightened when you were a child Mrs K Most dentists now teach thnt the sooner the teeth are straightened the better for tht younger tlio child is the inoro mold able is tho jaw so the more cosily tho teelh can be pressed Into place Oftentimes what appears to the parents to bo extra teeth in the bnck of the others are the normal teeth which havent room to comu Jn their proper position Irregnlnr teeth ill adults can lie straightened out hut only by braces and as your dentist Mrs 1C It may take a very long lime The pres sure would probably have Lo bo greater and therefore noro painful LULU HUNT MR form ClmtjoIatG Canffy an Eneipy Fouil D Yes chocolate te a conccnLrnlcd energy food laiKe part oC tho chocolatn mld is sold in iho of candy hut like other candles it Is mostly an j food Chocolate and eocoa bare an active principle theubroTUin which is similar to caffeln and with Bumc this an unpleasant effect However chocolate can dies in moderate amomits are all right for ciifltlrcn for desserts after they have had their full quota oC neeensary growth unless they have an idiosyncrasy to them It Is possible Mrs JX that your cousins children do have an Idiosyncrasy to them That wouldnt apply to all chil dren by nny means Salmon Best Grade Pink 2 cans 38c Fancy Head Rice 4 Ibs 25c Sunbrite Cleanser 3 cans lOc Prepared Mustard quart jars 19c Good Ones 49c 59c and 69c English Valnut Meals No 1 grade per Ib 69c Dried Peaches 1 Ib boxes 25c Dried Apricots Ib 25c Guaranteed to Pop 3 Ibs 25c 25c Bayers Aspirin por box 18c 25c Grade Christmas Candies 2 Ibs 25c M Dooilorunls liS otlorcil nersipirntion may lo caused by faulty elimination constipation 01other RcneraL disorders or If mny be cmisod Ijy its decomposition by the germ called bacillus frditus Those active malodorous little fellows are most apt to lie on tlio feel Aside from vory frequent bathing In those caiOF deed or nit IIIH to ho useil A good doodornnt for exaeHsue nnrt had porspiraLl the feet is a solution oE one ouneo of formalin to the art of water for oxccaalvo perspirallon under tho anus a 25 per cent solution of aluminum chloride A little of the solution Js to he used fader first thorob wnslihi nnd drying every dny for a week then twice a week am thereafter as needed FISH I would catch the fellow with my tongue tliat 1 would Next FroEgie Goes Fislilnc But Js Caught POEMS THAT LIVE REBECCAS AFTERTHOT Elizabeth Turner J8lfi Yesterday TZehccca Mnson Tn the parlor by herself BroJie a handsome china hnsln Placed upon the mantelshelf Quite alirmcd she hot of going Very quietly away Not a singles person knowing Of her bohiR there Hint dny But Tiehecci recollected fiiilio wastaught deceit lo shun And the moment she reflected Told her mother what was done commended her behavior Loved her better ami forgave her CurtLY not b question nnd n great many others be answered In this column Sorry EARLIER DAYS lOc Crescent Brand Macaroni Spag hetti and Noodles 3 pkgs25c Cod Iioiirlcss 1 11 box25c Sardines in collim Krad oil Z cansITic Skipper lirlslinir Sardines 19c Sldpper Simclis C CHUNIHc Skipper llerrliiB 2 for Sea Tnarl Sarilincs pureolive uil 2 ciins V SjmllmH in niuslanl torn SHUIO 2 cans 7Vesh Marsh mallows per Ib 25c Dill Pickles per jar 19c Peanut Butter In hulk per 4 pint MmIflc Pint jnrs Quart lirs 48c 3Se Flour such 5 111 snrk Corn Miil25C 10 111 snilt Corn AlealMe 10 Whnlo UIie16 or Gmlinm Sffc 10 Ih DinIt Uye sack SI 7S DnBraws Purn Ihichivhrat JO III snclf 57 Flour Mi si ni i AIJQ FLOUR Cream Klonr MARCH 1 I Jfllllt Theodore Holm yesterday closed a flenl with Ufayor McConlogue for his building on South Main street now occupied by the II Colloton grocery Mr Ruhn paid for the building A L Itule today purchased a cottage at the Outing rhtb and will become a denizen of tlie Saratoga ot the this season Charles W Xoblc and company a firm of La Crossc Wls were awarded the contract for tho erection ot the new warehouse to lie erected on South Main street oE this city The oust of the building will be in the neigh borhood of Tod home from Rulhven last evening where he was during the ivcent storm with a party if friendH on a hunting trip They were comiiellcd to dtt their way out of their shack near the hike there Tuesday morning as it was under a hank of snow more than in feet deep Homr of the boys remained nnit expect to fiiul some good hunting whilo Mr Uansotll will go back there tomorrow or tho next day The Hcv C Hoy Cooley 1r leaves thn first nf the week for his puroutn home in Xew York to he absent about thrfu weeks He will attend the golden wedding of his parents who nro old residents of that part of he Male William 1unker whipping clerk for the K Jligley kOiupnuy left today for u Tew days visit in Cliiiago A large lUlngatioti of salesmen of the Letts company rlul some rf their wnre in the city over night eiiroutii lo They vre ClmrJos liaxter K Batrcuan T Thompson f C Lambert M L C J OHtcLtoelc anil P Skiuner The Owl elllh fiijoye a delightful daririnr parly Iist evening Tlio club decided to have another pfirty before the season eludes ll Sugar Swect and Juicy per Fruit or 4 and 3 Ibs IciriiiiTv lusf the i per pr per HiIHC get it jiny fr n ran and Ginjrcr or for Bars per bs 29c and 2 for Grade Tcr Ih Tlllx Ihs Raconetles Per t mils 1 rolls   

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