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February 6, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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COE IN FAVOR 0F AFFILIATION Trustees Vote for Merger With Buena Vista ; : College. \ . Sl-ORM LAKE, Feb. 6. UB~Rep- resentatives of Buena Vista college said that trusses of Coe college, Cedar -Rapids, have voted unanimously for the affiliation of the two institutions. Under the decision, Goe is. not'to MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE assume the indebtedness of Buena Vista;; President Harry.-M. Gage of Coe will serve as bead of both colleges with headquarters in Cedar Rapids, and Buena Vista wil become a two-year college next fall unless a sufficient, endowment is raised before fall to enable retaining of present standards. Buena Vista officials said ttfe Presbyterian church was now conducting a drive for funds for the colleges under its auspices and in the success of this campaign Buena Vista sees its continuance as a four-year college. CHICKEN DINNER SATURDAY ' and SUNDAY SUNDAY DINNER you may have GOOSE or CHICKEN LUNCHEON 35 Daily SHORT ORDERS Fine Steaks, Chops, Waffles, Pies, Cakes, Ice Cream Specials, French Toast . . . order what you want at all hours. L I N C O L N C A F E 1-1-16 SECOND STREET NORTHEAST Thoe Gives Support to Bill Legalizing Lake Mills Cbntrac LAKE MILLS, Feb. 6.-- N L Thoe was at Des Moines yesterda in .the interest of a proposed bi which would legalize the contrac entered, into by the town of Lak Mills and the Fairbanks, Morse an company for the construction of c municipal power and light plant Upon proof of publication of th bill, it will be introduced to. th legislators in Des .Moines with i possible chance.for immediate legis lation. Should the bill be passed by both houses the council would be in a position to go ahead -with the con struction of the plant with no fur ther hindrances to prevent the com pletlorr of ,the contract with Fair banks, Morse and company. There is a biU on file which woul, make -it legal for any municipality to make improvements by pledgin] future earnings. This bill, however is 1 being outlined in detail by the committee" to which it has been re '.f erred and, will entail considerabl time before its final, presentation ti the legislators. , ·'· · Drowns in Fish Pond. WINTERSET, Feb. 6. Sullivan, Jr , aged 15 months drowned in the fish pond yesterda; at his home. Selling- Starts Saturday Morning at 8 SPECIAL OFFERING FAMOUS PLAIN NECK BAND AND COLLAR-TO-MATCH 3-for'$5.50 All positively made to sell 'at m u c h higher prices. They w e r e s p e c i a l l y priced to us. All decidedly underpriced to you. · Designed and tailored by MANHATTAN. No. shirts are m o r e nationally known and accepted. Color . Fit Wear Positively Assured Sizes For All . Conveniently Arranged AT NUMBER SEVEN SOUTH FEDERAL FEBRUARY 6 TO CARRY ON . B'rother QeOrge 3. Feltes, .of- the University of San -Francisco, announced that a new plane for missionary work in AInsIta, will be purchased as soon as funds can be raised. Tho first plane, used in' reaching Alaskan outposts, crashed last October, killing two priests and a pilot who had replaced Brother Feltes. RUSSELL HARD :- . , . (Continued From" money actually put into the generating plantj-but not on a lot of money that never was spent on i! except as a mere matter of bookkeeping. Furthermore, should the government some time wish to acquire one or another, of these plahtfi, naturally it will not want to pay for it on a "padded" basis. -. \TOW, William V. King, the com' mission's chief accountant, had ong- contended that the power cora- anies with which/Uncle Sam did usiness were unconscionable "pad- ders." . ' · . .,.:;: Accountant King's objections were 6 especial nuisance at first, because tie commission's executive secretary, F. E. Bonner, who- practically ran the place then (the t h r e e cabinet members being too busy to give it much attention), pooh-pooh- ed them, and Ac-- countant King while" h'dhest/ h as no reputation^ as a scrapper; but w i t h Solicitor Russell's - advent trouble started, ·and plenty of it. The Chtus. A." Russell ,,,,(. , · ' **« -uiumanan not only was unmanageable on his own account. He likewise incited thp previously only mildly plaintive Accountant King to open mutiny. LTOW serious* the *aff a ir quickly tit* f a £ e CaD be jud £ ed fr6m the size of the saving to the nuhlir ($500,000,000), spoken of on the senate floor.' - · · " . . . - - - h . ls economy. Account- ""'-· Kin? ftirmshed .the figures and Sohcitor Russell the pugnacity Of the $500,000,000, as Explained" by benator Norris of Nebraska $100 OOO.pqO. \ya_s represented by'the. deflation of investment records which various power corporations already h a submitted for the commission^ o. K.; the balance was represented by stuffing which they refrained from putting- in, pending a more favorable opportunity--so said Senator Norris. _ . ~ * » * · · · TN A fashion, it was Russell, -him* self, who wrought his own undoing;. He argued that cabinet members nave too much work, as cabinet members, to be power commissioners also; insisted that 'there 'Ought to be an independent commission- drafted a bill for one and was largely instrumental in gettinp- it thru congress. e Whereupon President Hoover appointed Dr. George Otis Smith, as chairman, and Marcel Garsaud Claude L. Draper, Frank R Me-' Ninch and. Ralph B. Williamson as associate members of the new board; .and Chairman Smith and Commissioners Garsaud and Draper meeting in hot haste, without waiting--for the'others, as their first act dismissed "Accountant King Secretary Bonner and Solicitor Russell .without benefit of ' clergy--after which they hired King bach, for he had been no formidable pest until Russell gained an influence over him, and Secretary of the Interior Wilbur gave Bonner a better-paid job in the reclamation service. ·' ' - * · · * v ·'., TVUT as for Russell? *-* He remains out in the cold, believe me. · The unfortunate feature of it (if one sympathizes with Russell) is that the Montanan is financially a poor man. He had business difficulties in his home'state before he came to Washington and, by rigorous pinching was paying off his debts out of his meager salary from the government. Now he hasn't even got that. Sound judgment should have warned him not to antagonize the power people. ' It is true enough that the senate is so resentful p.i big dismissal that It is trying to take Chairman Smith's and Commissioners Gar- saud'g and Draper's positions away from them, by means of a lawsuit ~6ut think gf selling apples until the supreme .,court decides -that case-even if the senate wins' it - · . * ' * . » THE power rumpus really dates 1 from about three years back, when Senator Walsh of Montana demanded a senate investigation of the -power "interests." ;Tbe latter preferred an inquiry by the federal trade commission, which it generally was agreed President Coolidge had made over so scientifically that a whitewash brush was the only Implement jt knew how'to handle. After a desperate- struggle the commission did,: 'indeed, get, the "probed' 1 · '. ' . " ' ·.To the amazement of everyone, it jabbed it into, the power "interests' " very vitals, stirring and lacerating them to an ·extent which has made power the national issue.it is today. Bill Introduced by Lafe Hill to Limit _;. Machine Gun Owners DES MOINES, Feb. 6. (JT)--Possession of machine guns would be. prohibited -under a bill introduced in the Iowa senate by Lafc Hill" of Floyd county. Botn individuals and companies would be prohibited fro lit owning.the'm. ' . ' ' · ; · ' -." Winners Given Medals ,., in .Durnont. at Contest DUMQNT,. Feb. 6.--Winners of the ..high school declamatory, contest held here last night at. the, M, E. church were:. Oratorical, LaRay Yost; Leah, · Toombs,· dramatic; Phoebe McCprmack, humorous. These students were awarded medals.. The orchestra" furnished music on the. program. . . ' ; CANDY · · ; ; SPECIAL : Saturday and Sunday Assorted Nuts and Creams very choicer-Pound CQ BoxJ special . . . . . . OilC 2 POUNDS $1.09 ICECREAM SPECIAL Saturday and Sunday Only Vanilla 'and Chocolate Ice Gream. Regular :50c quart. Special 2 days; · m ft .' q u a r t / . . . . . . . . . . ; . . ' ^ U C Cherry Nut and Maple Nut Ice Cream; -Pineapple"and Ume' Sherbet. .Regular'tit 60c quart. . Special p f t 2 days, quart · : . . . . D U C PLATE '·; LUNCHEON .peUelbus V.jHomij,..-.. G^pked^ ty. Served 'daily SPECIAL i, DINNER" · Saturdiiy and t Sunday THE CRYSTAL At 0 North Federal ; MASON CITY , 4AT Iowa Mother's Lucky Find W HEN wa find that some slight adjustment makes a marvelous -improvement in a child we wonder why we hadn't thoucht before to give the child this hcfp. , ' A goo'djcxample is the experience of Mrs. J. 13crnsteia, 1033 Fourth it., DCS Moines. She gays: "My mile prl was doing fairly well but' 1 noticed she didn't cat like she should and didn't seem to have much energy. · · '"'I wanted to do somethingforhcr, and our doctor recommended California Fig Syrup, so I gave her some, isetti improved so much I wonder why I didn't do something for her stomach and bowels before It relieved her sluggishness, gave her a G°ou appetite ,-md plenty of energy." To point up a child's appetite, increase energy and strength, assist digestion and assimilation, there's nothing more effective than pure vegetable California Fig Syrup. Doctors advise its use to open the bowels ounnc colds and children's diseases; or. whenever bad breath, coated tongue, headaches, listlcssness, etc., warn of constipation. The genuine always bears the name California. So look for that when buying. At all dnig stores. SEVERAL TALK ON PROHIBITION W. C. T. U. of Floyd County Holds Convention in M. E. Church. NORA SPRINGS, Feb. 6. The Floyd county W.'-C. T. U. institute was held at the Methodist church with the presidents and other members from Charles .City, Colwell Floyd, .Rudd, Marble Rock and Rogkford in attendance. Devotions for the morning session were led by the Rev. H. A. Crumb. Mrs. Carter, president, of Floyd county; was unable to be .present because of il- nesa and Mrs. Nette Swartwood presided. The forenoon session was given to study. The afternoon session was opened with devotions Jed'byiMrs. iLizzie ... Perk up your frock . wiik the new CAVALIER ·coluir ana cuffs ..* Cuffs are frilly-,- feminine · · and are nearly elbow length. Several adorable styles are .here, in a 'special display awaiting your visit to our NECKWEAR DEPARTMENT. Cannon. National anrf state plans for the year were given. Mrs. Lillian Keuch told of work of the Loyal Temperance Legion. Mrs. Mattie Steward, FJoyd; Mrs. Mary Ryon, Charles City and the Rev A. Beuerman, Nora Springs, told how "Prohibition is a Success." The Rev. Alfred Christenseh o£ Floyd gave an address on "World Outlook for Prohibition and Peace." The Marble Rock · women gave a playlet and the Rev. Mr. Hillman of Rudd discussed "Community Problems." 'At the evening session the Rev. Daniel Reagan led devotions. Dick Clifford gave a reading and a playlet was presented by lirs. Mabel Benedict and Mrs. Flora Rickard. The address of the evening. "Observance and Enforcement, Not Repeal," waa given by the Rev. W. Belling, Charles City. Fredericksburg Students Will Compete in Contest FREDERICKSBURG, - Feb. 6.-The annual county declamatory contest will be held in New.Hampton Monday Feb. 9.' Fredericksburg high school will be represented by oratorical, William Blessington; dramatic, Eleanor, Gerstmeyer; humorous, Evelyn Wenthe. Pay roil gains are reported from Detroit, another way of saying that collections are good in the rest of the country.--Indianapolis News. Quaint** B~Intfci*in«j.. WATTCAU These smart, new hats are so different and are styled in Baku Braid, Panarnalaque Ribbon and other new materials. · '. ' A.new shipment of felts/and straps in. \ all new, spring colors and shapes. -JL =: lea ranee Now Offered at -*·"?-. -f-ii ,If it's beautiful and distinctively different lamps that you need, by all means come in Saturday, , You'll find a wonderful assortment .on display--Lamps , with silk shades, parchment shades, the new screen shades --the very latest creations of great art studios. And 'every lamp is priced de/ cidedly low. DISCOUNT Some as- Low as Small Down Payment--Balance monthly with your light bill. I l l Peoples Gas - Electric Co. "FOR BETTER APPLIANCES"

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