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February 15, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 5

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FEBRUARY 15 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FIVE SOCIALISTS HAVE ONLY STARTED TO FIGHT IN AUSTRIA Associated Press Writer in Vienna Interviews One of Leaders. By UOBEUT 1. SCHIDBACH Associated 1'ress Foreign Stiiff (Copyright, 1031, by The A*oi-i:itcil I'rcss.) BEHIND A SOCIALIST BARRICADE, VIENNA, Feb. 15. (/P.---The Austrian socialists have only bagun to fight, one of their leaders told me today. He talked to ma between skii-m.- ihes at the baricade in Leopoldaur Strasse where I am writing this. The barricade is in the B'lorisdorf district, the factory urea,- surrounded by a nag of government troops. The leader told me: "Tell the Americans that we arc not revolutionists. Chance to Uve. "We are not trying to overthrow the government. All we want is n chance to live." HR is an officer of the republican guard. He is thin, middle-aged and smooth shaven, wearing an old but serviceable rubber jacket, ragged trousers and broken shoes. As we talked, he gazed at 21 comrades holding: the barricade with him. Not one had an overcoat, none a whole pair of shoes. "But tile government is trying to B. L. E. CHIEF FOUND GUILTY C. STIHUXG SMITH ALVANLEY JOHNSTON Found guilty of misapplying 1 funds of the defunct Standard Trust bank of Cleveland and making false entries In his hooks, Alvanley Johnston, right, grand chief of tho Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, and C. Stirling Smith, former president of the bank, arc shown in u Cleveland courtroom ns they heard the verdict. Johnston wns a director of the bank. trample us down," he said. "That is the reason \ve fight. Position Looks Hopeless. "We realize our position looks hopeless, but there is only one death STYLES ARE READY There's Sweef Harmony in Their Lines and Their Prices R u k k a P o r e f J e K i d s k i n /( Here's a trio you'll enjoy ... they keep perfect time with fashion... street or dress styles in navy blue, grey, brown or black... and the price sounds the key to e c o n o m y ! Interurban Schedule Lenvc Blason City 6:15 a. in. u\cept. s»n. 7:35 a. m. 9:05 a. m. 10:55 a. m. 12:35 p. m. 2:25 p. m. 4:05 p. m. 5:05 p. 111. Except. Sun. 6:05 p. m. 7:55 p. m. 9:35 p. m. 11:10 p. m. Leave Clear Lalic 5:35 a. m. K^ccpt. 7:0(} a. m. 8:10 a. m. 10:05 a. m. 11:45 a. in. 1:35 p. m. 3:10 p. in. 5:05 p. m. 6:05 p. m. Except. 7:05 p. in. 8:35 p. m. 10:35 p. m. Sun. Mason City and Clear Lake Railroad Company ahead of us nnyway--it is starvation, or a bullet, or a rope. "Some day the world will recognize that we fought fobr the preservation of the rights of the working class, which Chancellor Dollfuss with all his talk about the mille- nium, has utterly disregarded." Like their leader, the other men ehind tho barricade look worn, cer- ainiy not over-nourished, yet deter- ined. All of them carried rifles of var ·us models. Some of the weapons pparently had seen World wai ervice. Some were rusty, some acked their siugs and were slung ver the fighters' shoulders, in per ofls of rest, with ropes. Given Cordial Sendoff. They were friendly enough to me f ter they had examined my creden als, and I was given a cordial send ff when I left. Now I am writing again iu the Associated Press office. Fearful lest their own comrade ight f i r e at my automobile, twi icn of thz barricade nccompaniei past several other barricade? Then they fell back with the partin; hout: "Friendship. 11 That is the aoclull.it party greet A remarkable feature which aw in Floridsdorf was on-s of Vion m's largest gas tanks, big enoug o wreck the whole section if hould explode, standing complete! unguarded. 44,000 Pike Are Put in Iowa Streams and Lakes by Department SPIRIT LAKE, Feb. 15. (.T)-lore than 4-1,000 seven inch pike ave been placed in Iowa lakes nd streams during December and j tics. anuary, according to the report of he fisheries department complied rom records in the Orleans fish atchery. A total of 20,000 pike from the 'iaraond lake nursery in Dicldn- on county were placed in West ikoboji lake, 18,200 in Spirit Lake, ,000 ia Lost Island lake and B.OOO i the Wapsininion river at Jessup. The Strawberry Point nursery .irnished 10,77;. two and nine inco. ainbow and brown trout for plant- ng in the JIaquoketa river at Man- heater and Delhi and in Honey j reek in Clayton county. } The Lansing' nurseries funisliecl ,200 adult bass, crappie, sunfish nd silver bass to Storm lake; ,875 adult crappie, sunfish, perch .nd fingerling bass to Lost Island rWmaster Candidates in Woden, Popejoy anc Joice Are Announce filohc-Gii/elle Washington Huron WASHINGTON, Feb. 15.--Seven een candidates have applied to th /ivil service commission for en ranee to examinations for fourt :lass postoffices in North Iowa. Vacancies at Joios and Woden ar auscd by the forthcoming remova of the postmasters. The fourth a 'opejoy is caused by the death o 'ostmaster Henry H. Carr. At Joice, the three candidates fo the S953 office from which Pos master Martin O. Evans is to be r moved, are: Mary L. Carlson, Wl :elm W. Otto, Walter G. Folland. At Woden, the nine candidate :or the ?OGZ office from whic Charles Murr is to be removed arx Viola L. Fredrickson, Dorothy j Fredrickson, Oscar Orthol, Augui I. Stohr, Louise M. Kramer, Albei Wei.shaar, John A. Rudisill, There? '. Wcinhdar. nnd Robert A. Scht There are five candidate?! for the ?803 office at Popejoy. They are: Mrs. Nahwista C. Bolk, Vcrnerd E. Rogers, Elmer H. Bolk, John Schneider and Willford L. Hammitt. hike; 5.SGO iuiuU haps, crappie. smifish, perch and liass to t!io "reservoir at Humcston, and -100j Shecphead to the Cedar river at i Waterloo. ! A total of 9(5,525 bullheads, m i n - nows, shiners, sunfish, jind crappios were saved by inland rescue work. The major part of the \vork was in Delaware, Dallas and Iowa conn- L"ri;c fU^lnvuy l'!.vt[Ml!:iim. MARBLE HOCK, Fob. .ID.--County Supervisor Uny Diinkelberg- of ?',ockford, with some of the tarmi'rs living west of Mavble Rock, went to Ames Tuesday to retjuest lluit the state hisluvay commission cx- teiui state hig'nv.-ay No. Tvl cliroeUv west from Marble iloi'k io moet UK' paving" south OL Rnck'.vel]. Cur Kndly ttunuu^il. BRISTOW--Ralph '..lillor escaped injury when he lost control of the car he was driving in the loose t;;mii near Allison. The car m a d e ' two complete turns nnd was wrecked. Administration Not in Favor of Taxes on Exempt Securities WASHINGTON, Feb. 15. (.T-The Roosevelt administration t u r n e d thumbs down today on nny immediate attempt in congress to levy taxes on securities now exempt from taxation. Such a move might jeopardize the treasury's financing program, it was fe!t. Word to this effect was circulated at the Capitol direct from the treasury as the house returned to moro debate on the 5258,000,000 general revenue bill. To Get Highest lirmli'd. NEW IiAi\ti"i'ON, I'Cb. If..- -Arlic -Morf, Fredericksburg, L-.'o Coonev nnd Miss Evelyn O ' H o l l e a r n of Lawler received the highest grades in tlie recent examination for tho positions us tabulators for the com- hog program. IN 24-38 H O U R S O New flc:cz:lilic d i s c o v e r y of n D h y u i c i i j n . I'Linlc'T;. clears u] pimples iit -1-'1S hour;: or ymir money brick, Itc3torr:3 nnUir:il bc.vity to y o u r skin. Asr-. vulir l i n i u i r i ^ t . OOIv nt llicm .. . n n d y o u r checks, too, ~i'\0iout ^1 m;iki:-u|. l ) « i thry polios Ihc l i n t n r n l plcnv of h f u l l l i , \\-!iich roim-s from :L sulliciency uf ricll. rrd bloml? I f they do, m a k r - n p is .siiupU 1 . .. if tlu-y (hurt, ri'iul m . . . y o u may find one of the rcn^mis \vliy y o u r skin i^ not cli-ar ami rosy. You t-amuil liavc vi-tl lips, ro.s\* clu-fks, cnorpy and clic-crfulm-ss if y o u r Mood is in a rim-clown condition. i,;ir); of lu-nu'-^Jo-hui, I In- rc:l coloring of lilt: hloml, may al^o inclicaU 1 a v.'CaUflH'll comlilion of 111-.' liotly ... loss of s l i T t i p l l i . . . poor appetite. S.S.S. is' not. j u s t a Po-calicd tonic h u t a toni" spc-i'mlly (icsi^iicil to f i t i u m l a t r -raslrii' si'Crrlionj;, nnd also l i a v i n ^ UK- miiu-ral cU'iiirllis M very, very necessary it) r's[)n'n^ a Io\v licino-f.'10-iiin contrnt. Tf your r n l l l l i t i o n silL*L'''sts a lilooil lo:iir of this k i n d , t r y S.S.S. Unlcs-; your i-.ifi; is rxet-pHoitiil, you slioulil stum notii-i-. a pii-k-up in your a\)iH'- tilo ., . y o u r color iniil skin should improve \vitli incrraii-d si i'1'ni.'ili nnd i-ni'rj;y. S.S.S. is .iu!U by nil d r u g stores in two si/.i-s. Mrs. Felclier Rites to Be Friday at Nashua NASHUA, Feb. 15.--Mrs. E. H. Felchcr, for 33 years a resident of this community died Tuesday evening-, at her home north of Nashun, following an illness of a little more tlian a year. Surviving arc her hus- liand, two daughters, Juanlta, at home and Mrs. R. J. Grady of Plainfield nnd one son, B. E. Felchcr of Waterloo. Funeral services will be held at the Lutheran church in Nashua on Friday at 2:30 p. m. Decorah Declam Winners Are Selected by Judge DECORAH, Feb. 15.--The local declamatory contest held Tuesday evening at the Decorah high school was judged by Mrs. Grace Gilbert King of West Union. The following students were adjudged winners of first place: Oratorical, Nelson Preus; dramatic, James Daclc; humorous, Marjorie Kennard. Play Will Be Presented Friday at Gordonsville GORDONSVILLE, Minn., Feb. 15--A comedy, "The Man Who Came Down," with a cast oE seven players, sponsored by the Community club and directed by Grover C. Hamersley, will be given at the hall Friday evening. In other words, it Isn't a dole if you stand out In the cold all week in order to set It.--DiibiU|iie Telegraph-Herald. " T O R1GMT TO s°t MALL| §? i 3iE3 25c Anacln Tablets 17c 5Oc Neophen Pills for Pain 29c 30c GrovesBrornoQulnino21c $1. Quick tlnimenj 47c 6Oc Balsine Tliroat Gai-g. 44c 3Oc Laxal I ve Coid Pills... 19c 4Sc Tincture Benzoin 2 or. 26c TOO Aspirin 5 Grains . . . , 3 3 c 6Oc Rc(ciCherryCoug!iSyr.37c $1.25 Creosote Emulsion . 89c P7uig«^** W- 5 groin OT- BOO 'QT, m $t.25 Vifc!!e:t Tonic 39ci? 25c Casfoi- Oil 3 Ozs ISci 50c Glycerine T O Ozs. . . .29c| 45c OH of Eucaiypfus2oz. 29cl 45c Wintergreen O!l 2 oz. ?.9c 35c F. K. Corn Remedy.. .23c Pei'oxieto Full t-'inl 23c 7.'inc OinJmcsit 23c ?.0c Aspirin TahiGfs 12's. . 9 c , ftl Both PovviisrGlass Jnr.39c( MOWEV 35c Aromatic Cascara . . . SOc Cascara Pills 1 0O's . . 1 Ib. Psylllum Seed Dark . 35c Hinklos Pills lOO's TOO Soda Mini- Tablets. . 25c Chocolate Laxatlvo . . $1.2S Beef fron W!n0. 75c Oigeito Tablets $1.23 Vlnkolq Rcmady For Stomach Relief. . . 87c 16 or. Horllcks Molt. Milk 73c Eagle Brand Milk 15 oz.. . 19c 1 Ifa. Castllo Soap 27c 7. B. T. Baby Talc 19e 2Sc J. J. Baby Talc ^7e. 25c Zinc Stearate 18c Sc Nursing Bonles.. 3 for 1 Oe 25e Msnnons Baby Talc. . . 17e "25c Rubber Baby Pants. .. ISc 60c Ovalfino 39c DoVllblss Atlas Atomlzor. 99c 35c Mennsns Shave. Crrn. 24el 3Ss Pcimoiive Shav. Crm. 21 c ·2Se Fifcri'r, Shov. Cream . .17c $1. Lavender Sliav. Bow!-59e 75c Bay Ram 1 Pin? 39c SOc Williams Stiavn. Crm.33c 3£e ICronU's Lafhcr!tfceni2oc \ da tafo SOe Luxor Fato Powder. .37c 6Oc Wliclroot Wovo Set. .43c 6Oc Spanish Palm Lotion. 33c 50; Kranks Tar Shampoo 37c $1 Herpkldo Hair Tonic..69c Sovonteon Nail Polish .... 47c Hudnut Morvel. 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