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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - March 27, 1929, Mason City, Iowa MASON CITY GEOBEGAZETTE WEDNESDAY MAK 27 FIVE SSIA FIGHTS HOLISM BY JNING VODKA Government Is Alarmed at Liquor Ravages ft By WIIJJAM RESWICK jwoclated Press Correspondent JOSCOW soviet gov gtunt moved by the serious ray i of alcoholic liquors on public jpalehas adopted measures dras limiting the sale of vodka After two years of unbridled In flgence the swing back toward Ihibltion occurred despite the fact the manufacture and sale of a had become one of the Rus governments chief sources of enue JV commission specially appointed udy and Investigate the effects 6 evil and methods of fighting inst It recently worked out a cial decree on the subject the lent points of which have already in approved by the government will soon be incorporated into Alms at Gradual Limitation e decree aims at the gradual illation of production and sale Icohol and alcoholic drinks For and 1929 the decree limits pro Ion of vodka to 113400000 gal of which 40500000 gallons will Hotted for urban population i various economic planning com lions functioning thruout Rus are instructed to steer for com liquidation of manufacture and If of vodka within 15 years Sov economists are under orders to new sources of revenue destined ieplace those accruing from the i of vodka thus gradually pav way for its elimination beginning with this year the pro ftlon of beer too is to be cur led to the extent of no less than hr cent of last years figures The hission proposed the raising of e vodka tax Prohibits Use at Banquets The decree aims at the absolute bibttion of any alcoholic drinks any official soviet cooperative Sebration banquets and recep It is planned to forbid the of any alcoholic drinks and strengthen the police ires now in vogue against In icated persons appearing on the or In public places Under ruling the militia thruout will have to take every In ed person appearingon the or public places to police sta s wherti he will be fined the ingredient of moonshine It Armoiinrp Snealcers for plans a widespread educational Announce OpeaKCrs lor campaign aimed at bringing home to the most backward and unlet tered masses of Russia a vivid real ization of the dangers of alcoholism to the country generally and to each person The most Important points of the decree worked out by the AntiAl coholic society have been thoroly discussed at a conference represent ing the educational sections of all Labor Union executives The con ference adopted a resolution to pub lish the text of the decree and send copiesof it to all sections of the country so that the workers may have opportunity to discuss the sub ject and voice their opinion The de cree will become law shortly after Moscow will havei received resolu tions adopted by factory workers in most of soviet Russias industrial centers Estherville Discussion ESTHERVILLK March Speakers who will be on the pro gram here at 2 oclock Friday after noon in the Grand theater when di rect buying will be discussed have been announced as R S LaBrant of Spencer secretary of the Farm Bu reau James E Poole of Chicago market announcer from VVLS for the Chicago livestock exchange Frank Scott of the Scott commission firm of Sioux City and Mr Whit lock secretary of the stock ex change at Sioux City The attend ance is expected to be large Sunday School Board Will Meet NORA SPRINGS March There will be a Sunday school board meeting at the M E parsonage this evening The Rev Clyde Baker will be present and give a talk Correct this sentence She has replaced me as president of three organizations said the social lead er but we still are good friends Rapids Gazette Take Worth of Rough Fish From Martin County Lakes SWBA CITY March than a million pounds of rough fish valued at more than wore taken from the lakes of Martin county Minnesota during the past winter To little East Chain lake In the southeast corner of the county goes the record for the largest haul 225 000 pounds being taken from this one lake constituting about one fourth of the entire harvest Of the entire amount it is esti mated that between 20 and 25 per cent of the rough fish taken were bubbalo highly prized by commer cial fisherman Carp made up the balance of the fish The deep snows of the winter handicapped the fish ermen this winter The girl who marries a poor man has the advantage of knowing she wasnt persuaded by her mother Times Rebekahs to Initiate 22 Into Membership FOREST CITY March the regular meeting of the Rebekah lodge which wll be held Monday eve ning April 22 candidates are ex pected to be received into member ship This will be the largest class in the history of the lodge The Yeoman hall has been obtained for the event Supper will be served at the I O O P dining hall following the ceremonies Electric Ear Phones for DEAF PEOPLE Only Free Demonstrations riultaneously with the publtca bf the decree the government cease granting new alcohol II to restaurants such licenses confined to drinking places al e si sting The sale of alcohol strictly forbidden In all jeers clubs cinemas railway ons and village inns located not manufacturingdistricts as government in formulating the seems to be chiefly con with the evil effect of vodka Ictory workers Will Make Mild Drinks Me supreme council of public Aomy has been instructed to Vorate a plan for production of drinks such as grape soda water and cider jQe commission plans to regulate hours of sale of alcoholic and to prohibit the sale of jfk molasses which is the chief PROVIDE FOR FOCHS WIDOW Government Bill Would Give Wife of War Leader Annually PARIS March 27 of former soldiers who fought un der Marshal Foch filed past his casket in an uncrowded but steady stream today The body of the marshal lay where they had placed it yesterday in an open vault under the altar the chapel of St Louis in the In valides Meanwhile the government has in troduced a bill in the chamber of deputies to provide an annual pen sion of 100000 francs approxi mately for the marshals widow During his lifetime said the preamble of the governments bill Marshal Foch refused gifts offered I to him from the United States and England He never sought fortune and died a poor man It is understood that the govern ment will permit Madam Foch to re tain the home in the Rue de Gren elle which was placed at the mar shals disposal after the war and in which he died When sufficiently recuperated from the fatigue of the long watch at her husbands sick bed and the five days strain of the funeral cere monies Madame Foch probably will go to the country to rest The power of money never seems so trifling as when you see a rich man buying hair Inn Tribune TRY OUR REGULAR 40c MEALS SPECIAL SUNDAY CHICKEN DINNER Lonch here after the theater or dance Princess Cafe 112 NO FEDERAL Manning Bros Wall Paper Paint Window Shades Ph 930 32 E State WHEN exposure to wet aid cold brings twinges that tell of rheumatism dont suffer Bayer Aspirin relieves such pain swiftly and surely Millions know its quick com fort for pain of al kinds for lumbago sciatica neuralgia headaches It checks colds in a jiffy Used as a gar gle it relieves sore throat tonsilitis Its safe does not affect the heart Highest medi cal endorsement for 28 years See that its gcmunc Aspirin with Bayer on the box and the Bayer Cross on each tablet At all drugstores lie trade murk of Bsjrer Manufacture of NOW The Last Three Days Before Easter Be Banner Days on Our Fashion Floor FIRST WITH THE NEW DAMONIGOU CO QUALITY YET INEXPENSIVE For Easter wear are unusually interesting and we venture the assertion that this season will surpass in brilliance and capti vating modes many showings of previous store has changed to its Spring dress with gorgeous showings of Easter most attractive woman and Miss in Mason City and vicinity who plans a really smart Spring ward robe will be interested in this special announcement Thursday Friday Saturday Special Selling Childrens Coats AGES 7 TO Tailored styles dress styles regulation fur trimmed Tweeds Kashas with contrast Ing belts and by one of the oldest and most reliable childrens coat you of are specially priced others to 95 12 Childrens Dresses These are by far the daintiest and prettiest dresses weve seen this season and they were just unwrapped for this selling beautiful colors smart in pat terns tailored In batiste finish are washable and are most unusual values at 2D8 2 WHAT WILL YOUR EASTER COAT BE A New Cape Model several short tiered long flowing side capes half capes with fur or up from 51995 Will It Be A Scarf Coat These are very popu lar in both the dressy coats of silk or broad cloth or in sport ma are show ing a special selection of various models Will It Wear A Smart Bow Every other coat this spring will wear a bow in satin fur or self material you are sure to lead the mode if this is your selec tion Or An Ombre Camels Hair Soft Camels Hair with vertical ombro pat terns shading from brown to soft fluffy wolf col lars these are practi cal and smart Or A Swaager Sport Model The tailored model la both the dark twills and the tweeds are al ways In vogue and our selection is worthy of special comment Whatever Your Decision Its Here DAMONS 300 EASTER COATS A PhenominaiSelling of the Finest Coats To Be Found in the Eastern Markets Values Seldom I Equalled And Never Surpassed One Group of A limited quantity of sample coats will be sold this week at only 17 They come in both the sport and dressy styles some with capes throws bows and other smart are very outstanding so make your selections early An Imposing Array of the Seasons Favored Modes Now on the eve of Easter comes these tremendous values Specially planned this event meets the de mand of every purse and the dis criminating taste of every woman only by the inost careful selec tion forethought and plan ning could such an event be brought to you Shop in the morning hours for best service Exclusive SHIRLEY LEA COATS Shirley Lea Coats are always the best sellers In the mode Their universal smart ness and their versatil ity covers every cor rect phase of the sen sons developments They are exceptional 400 EASTER DRESSES New Arrivals Prints of Every Description Sheer Georgettes Beautiful Crepes Smart Ensembles In Two Wonder Groups GROUP 1 GROUP 2 An Event That Should Interest Every Woman Seeking a New Frock These dresses arc as new as spring itself smart individual highgrade and as fine as any we have offered in many many months at even higher prices The styles are exact copies of many costly Parisian models and embrace every new idea in flares pleats capes tiers necklines and ensemble effects No different from their higher priced sisters only in price Sizes for everyone from 14 to 44 KASIHON FLOOK
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