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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 24, 1931
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is GETS BETTER BMHKElSfME after Muaterole--Mfe "counter- imtant"--i applied once nu hour for 5 hour.. Many fed better ftex fizrt application. . Travel By Tram ft Costs Less BARGAIN FARES TO MANY PLACES . Travel hy train ... it coats legs « - * . and it 3 much more comforlable. T intrydaya arejunedays inroomy, ateam-beated recllnta? chair cars or coaches. Plenty of rooni to itroll ·bout . ·. . to read or to rest . . . IHeary of room for your wraps mad iDffgaKtt. . . and B8 yon ride.yoa can « dine leisurely and amnptuonaly at very moderate cost. Round Trip Week- Kid Fares Travel in Comfortable Coach M ; Austin, Minn. . . . $1.05 Minneapolis, Minn. . , 8.50 · St. Paul, Minn. . . . 3.30 Ft. Dodge, la. . . . . 1.35 Omaha, Neb ..... 5,00 On« Way Coach Fare* Dally ·Arizona. . . . . ) California . . . . \ Ronnd Trip Fares DaOy Tickets eood in P allnuna, bertha extra Los Angeles . . ) San Diego . . . $127.84 San Francisco . . ) On your next trip cooler with yonr nearest GrMt Western agcnUtccan *nvo you money no matter where yon want to BO. J. H. Me Waters, Gfal Atcat C. G. W. Station, Maaon City la. Phono ]05 S7SB MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FEBRUARY 24 1931 LOS ANGELES IN WAR-GAME HIDEOUT An exclusive aerial view of the TJ. S. navy dirigible Los Anjreies ns she appeared moored to her secret, base on a fortified island near Balboa, Canat zone. The Island B uarfls the Pacific entrance to tho fanama canal, menaced by the "enemy" fleet in the theoretical war which is being waged in those waters. The dirigible was photographed at the completion of her long flight from Lakehnrst, N. J., whence she camo to take an important part in tho naval maneuvers. bolden Wedding Is Celebrated by Two at Home in Osage OSAGE, Feb. 24.--The Golden vedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs Charles Tubbs of 811 Oak street was celebrated Sunday at the home of their son, Ray Tubbs. All their children were present: Ray, Clayton, Earl, Mrs, Ernest Coonradt, Mrs. I. E. Parr and 'Josie Tubbs from Kenyon, Minn., with other relatives making a party of 25 at the family dinner. Frdm two to five o'clock a reception was held for other friends. Striker Dies of Wounds. STROUDSBURG, Pa., Feb. 24. --Miss Alberta Bachman, 20, member of the striking employes of the Mammoth hosiery mill here died today from a gunshot wound received last night during a strike disturbance. Quality, Style Service Facts Only- Truth Always t - , HEAVY BRASS FINISHED SMOKE M STAND, .was $1.95, DOLLAR DAY .. $ 1 LUNCH 60x60 inches, each PURE LINEN LUNCH CLOTHS, fc 1 colored borders, 40x40-inches,. 2 for - 5J) 1 PART LINEN BLEACHED TOWELING, 10 yards , ART. FILET. SCARPS 18x52 inches worth 50% more at, each BROCADE SATIN 1'ILLOWS, red, green and henna, each . . . . PANEL LACE CURTAINS, 2 ft yards long, 45 inches wide, fringed J -I and scalloped, 2 for 36 INCH PERCALE, better than standard, 8 yards $1 One lot of A. LEATHER PURSES, each I? i · RAYON CREPE, pastel shades, 39 inches, yard TOWELS LINEN, GUEST TOWELS, /fa -. fancy borders, 2 for Jp I HEAVY LINEN HUCK TOWELS ti plain colors, 18x34 inches, at ...... ·{) 1 WHITE LINEN HUCK TOWELS, M colored borders, 18x34 inches, 2 for «P I The linens quoted above are very special. One of our wholesalers was offering these special for Dollar Day. You have not seen better values. SUGAR LINERS, 4, 1 12 for Jj) I ORGANDIE AND PRINT TEA APRONS, 168 to choose from,"each Linen Sport Handkerchiefs, rf»i AA excellent values, at 12 f o r t p l . w " Gloves, chamoisette and silk, good sizes, 2 pair... . Sanette or Puritas Sanitary Napkins, 1 dozen regular size, J»i A/v' 4 dozen for Sl.lHI DRESSES WASH FROCKS 400 wash frocks, mostly discontinued numbers that sold up to $1.95. A few factory second in one big lot. E?£|/. Try to match this valueQqjr SILK DRESSES, plain shades and prints last season's models are all in A ,, JT r °ne lot at $4.95 Si J^T ^ W DRESSE S. Prints and plain shades, the quality ct /^ n, r IpU.i/O , will surprise you at Side Hook Girdles, 11 inches wide, $1.25, dollar day Rubbing Alcohol, pints, 3 for $1.00 COATS RAYON UNDERWEAR Odd lot of RAYON SHORTIES, child- rens combinations, children's bloomers and women's extra size rayon bloomers, 3 for 51.05 RAYON GOWNS AND SLIPS, reduced to $1 $1 About 30 winter coats left. They are priced so that you can wel lafford to put them away for next season's wear. On coats that have been reduced from 575 and more 'to §39.50 we are going to make a present of ?5 to every purchaser Dollar Day. You may apply the $5 on the price of the coat or talce the cash with you. Only five fur coats in the house. We want to and are groingr to sell them. Come in and see. HOSIERY Gordon Chiffon Hose, $1.65 and .$1.35 values Dollar Day Silk Hose, discontinued numbers, service and chiffon weights, all better qualities. Dollar Day Silk and Lisle Hose, good wearing quality JEWELRY One Lot, All Good Looking Strands, Dollar Day, 2 for New spring- line Chains £1 e\e\ and Crystals, Dollar day. . «pJLlfU Proctor Gamble's Soap-- if. -t Ar » Olive Oil, 40 bars $ l.UU Theatrical cleansing cream or plain, 16 oz. jar Tooth pastes, all 50c sizes, Dollar Day Vick's, On Per Jar Z^Ca.),] Saymon's Soap 3 for lemon 49c Coty's Perfumes Coty's Powder Princess Pat Rouge Woodbury's Lilac Vegetal Jergen's Shampoo, 50c size Fitch's Shampoo, 75c size Renzoin and Almond Hand Lotion 1G oz. bottle 39c; f» t f*t\ for Pond's creams, rjr\ -,-. small and medium ZUC and «"C Aspirin, 1 ^ dozen liJc Aspirin, ' 2 dozen ZyC Perfumes--Ben Hur, Violet, White Rose, Lilac, 2Sc each. nf Dollar day, 2 for Z«JC Ben Hur perfumes, regular 50c 75c and 51.00. e M nn ·Dollar Day, 2 for J1,UU 2 PIONEERS AT IOWA FALLS DIE Mrs. Cooper, S. C. Costello Had Been 111 for Long Time. IOWA FALLS, Feb. 24.--Two pioneer residents of this county died Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Sarah Alice Cooper, wife of J. M. Cooper, died at her home here after an illness of several years. She was born at Point Pleasant in this county Aug. 18, 1857. A. W. Mitterer, former sheriff of this county was her brother. Interment will be made in the Alden cemetery. S. C. Costello, resident of Jaclc- son township, was in poor health several years. He was engaged in farming for many years prior to moving to Iowa Falls. He was born in Dayton, Ohio, April 19, 1853, and had been a resident of this county 55 years. His death occurred at the home of William Dunning in this city. The service will be held at the Methodist church in Owasa at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon. HOaSEWIiKES TO SPOIL FILMS Pest Costs Motion Picture Industry Up to $10,000 Daily. HOLLYWOOD, Cal., Feb. 24. UP) --And now the common housefly takes its place with the corn borer, the cotton boll weevil and the medi- terranean fruit fly as a scourge to a 'great industry. ,The housefly, however, specializes in spoiling motion pictures. "The fly costs the motion picture industry between §5,000 and $10 000 daily in retakes," Meville Brown, d rector said. The scene, hundreds of feet, ha been E/joiled a few seconds befor by a fly, which buzzed around while and then lighted on the prett nose of Mary Astor just as she wa being kissed by Ricardo Cortez i the fadeout. "There was nothing unusual aboi: the ruination pf that scene," Brow went on. "Some of 'the best shot and sequences ever made wer spoiled by a fly. It happens ever day at every studio. One can't jus cut that part in which the fly de cides to park on the lens or nose. The whole thing has to be re done, because a fly never lights ex cept at the climax." 90 Persons Named Group Members for World Court Suppor DES MOINES, Feb. 24. (M--Organization of an Iowa World couri committee was announced Tuesday The list of members includes 90 persons in 20 counties. Henry A. Wallace of Des Moines is chairman while other members of the executive committee are Franli S. Dunshee, Miss Bessie Goodrich Mrs. F. H. Hunter, Mrs. Bert McKee, Gerald S. Nollen and Nelson Urban. Mary Ida Winder is secretary. The committee will work with the National World court committee which has 58 co-operating nationa organizations. Maj. Gen. John F O'Ryan of New York City, is chairman of th'e national organization. The Iowa committee will circulate petitions asking that if the world court protocols are not signed by March 4, President Hoover call a special session of the United States senate to consider the matter. The cpmmittee said it hoped to see the protocols ratified by the present session of - congress which ends March 4. If they should not be ratified, they hope to have the president call the snecial session of the senate only on "March 5. North Iowa members of the committee, in addition to the executive committee, are: Cresco--The Rev. J. W. Reed. Decorah--Fred Bierman, Mrs J B. Burling. Two Men, Woman and Boy After Record for Passenger Laden Ship LOCKPORT, N. Y., Feb. 24. UP)-Two men, a woman and a 13 year old boy took off from here today ia a seven passenger plane for the Pacific coast in an attempt to establish a record for trans-contin- ental passenger carrying flight. The plane was piloted by Lieutenant Allen Van De Mark. The passengers were William Lee, owner of the plane and president of tho Lockport Felt company, Mrs, Lee, and their sou. Go to Buffalo Center. CITY, Feb. 24.-- The Gospel team of the men's brotherhood of the Methodist church went to Buffalo Center Sunday night and held a service at the place. The team ia composed of Floys Richards, Samuel Warburton, David Hoosier and Dr. A. G. Reck. A commission .which finds one thing a'nd recommends another wil) probably be best appreciated by those senators and congressmen who vote one way and drink another.--Judge. Parents Scared Stiff But Baby Ellen Gets Well Overnight SMITH BROTHERS Triple Action COUGH SYRUP ENDS COUGHS THE MEDICAL WAY ·«-* ^ b · v .35*] "Oar six year old little daughter Ellen woke np at midnight coughing, sneezing, feverish. My hna- band and I were scared all right. We had some Smith Brothers' Congh Syrnp in the hoase and right away we gave her a teaspoonful. In an hour the child fell caimly asleep. She was* much better in the morning--in fact she hardly had a trace of a cough! I'd gladly--very gladly--recommend Smith Brothers' Cough Syrup for all children." Mrs. L. Snodgrass, 1219 New Jersey St., Indianapolis, Ind. ' Two Bombs Do Damage of $2, C h i c a g o Twine Mill and Bakery CHICAGO, Feb. 24. [.-PI--Two black powder bombs were set off early ^today, doing a total damage One shattered practically every window in the five story twine mill of the giant International Harvester company works on the west- aide. The other wrecked the front of a small bakery on the south sido Belonging to Joseph Wukins. Lowell Denies He Will Quit Post at Harvard CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Feb. 24. (.T --President A. Lawrence Lowell of Harvard university today denied a story published by the Boston post o the effect that he plans to retire at the close of the academic 5'ear nding in June, 1032. ^ Omaha to Chicago Bus Lines to Run Thru Iowa OMAHA, Feb. 24. W)--The Pick- vick bus lines company of Kansas -ity will run busses on both U S lighways No. 30 and No. 32 thru owa from Omaha to Chicago tarting April 1, it was announced icre. Hush money: The sum gangland pends for shotgun shells.--WiHcon- in State Journal. AT SAM RAIZES Below are listed but a i'ew of the countless Bargains available at our store on Dollar Day, Thursday, Feb. 26th. Visit the store and be convinced of the savings you can make. THIS COUPON GOOD FOR Dollar Day, Feb. 26 only, on the purchase price of any Suit or Overcoat at our already low Sale I'rlrRK. SHOES About 100 pairs of Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes to choose from at tho ' (f» * very low price of v 1 WEN'S DRESS SHIRTS In broken Lots, 2 for BOYS' SUITS A broken lot of about 20 suits will go at this unheard of price RAG RUGS Sizes 18 x 36, t for PERCALES Dark or light, 36 inches, 10 yards f o r . . . $1 MUSLIN 36-inch, bleached, (t»| 12 yards for ; p 1 $1 WHITE OUTING 27-inch, regular 15c grade, 11 yards lor dj-j «P 1 MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Broadcloth ana Silk Madras. Values up to SI.85, all sizes, each 9-4 MUSLIN 35c grade, A -t 4 yards for «p I RAYON CREPE LADIES' FIBRE HOSE All new shades, rt» ·% 4 for Ip I MEN'S TIES 75c grade, 3 for 50c grade, 3 for ... New patterns, fast colors, J-| 69c grade, S yards for. . , v 1 $1 $1 CHILDREN'S HOSE All sizes. Our regular 35c and 30u grade. Assorted (J-i colons, 7 pairs «?·»· BOYS' OVERALLS Sizes 6 to 1C, 59c grade, Z pairs » LADIES' BUSTER BROWN HOSE All new spring shades, formerly sold for $1 per pair. Dollar Day, 3 pairs for $1 MEN'S HOSE 50a Grade S pairs (}i . ,. . . for «fl 1 35o Grade 4 pairs ([» -I for «J) 1 25c Grade 5 pairs t» i for «p 1 15c Grade 10 pairs £ * for «p J. Work Shirts, 49c grade, 3 for $1 Ladies' and Children's ttork Shirts, 69c grade 2 for §1 Dresses, fast colors, 2 for. $1 IMillc, IS largo cuns (tj 1 Peaches or Pears, V A 25 25c size, 6 for. $1 Sugar, With a Order, 20 Ibs $1 Peas or Corn, 12 cans Soap, White Laundry, 35 bars. Prunes, Medium, 20 Ibs. $1.00; large, IS Ibs $1 $1 $1 15c Grade Pens or Grade Pens £ j Dill Pickles, .. rt Corn, 8 cans tP 1 q uart s i zes JL"C Coffee, Bulk, ' 85c grade, 4 ihs. d I Coffee, 25o grade, 6 Ibs Navy Beans, 17 Ibs (jj-j Toilet Snap, AH lOc A-j' V * sizes, 16 bars Jjl PancnUe Flour, Jack A-t Nash Coffee, n n Sprat, 25c size, 5 pUgs.. . ) 1 3 ]bfl ....... ......... 72 C Hid, GOLD MEDAL KITCHEN-TESTED 49 Pounds $1.32 24'/ 2 Pounds ; . 69c FLOUR--49 Pounds §1.00--Each Sack Guaranteed TOBACCO--Our Advertiser or Whale, 50c size, 3 pkgs P. A. or Velvet, 1-pound tin for 87c We wish to notify the public that a steady Increase in our business lias made it necessary to add a new delivery truck. We can now rfve you vcrv nromot servln.R nn /IMi.-nri^o J prompt service on deliveries. And many other values in Clothing, Furnishings, Shoes, Rubber Footwear, Groceries and Meats at unheard of low prices. IZES DEPARTMENT STORE PHONE 434-435 Open Evenings 215 S. FED. AVE. t

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