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FEBRUARY 24 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE Â· Â· 1 Memorial Services Held for Mrs. Bond, Nashua NASHUA, Feb. 24.--A memorial service for Mrs. Eugeno Bond who died Thursday at the Waverly hospital of spinal meningitis, was held One Cent a Day Brings $100 a Month Benefits of $100 a month for 12 Months--$1,000 to $1,500 at death at a coat of only Ic a day are being featured in an accident policy issued by the National Protective Association, 814 Scarrltt Blag., Kansas City, Mo. Send No Money For 10 days free inspection of policy, simply send name, age address, beneficiary's name and relationship. No medical examination is required. Over 150,000 paid policies are already in force: Write National Protective today while their special offer is still open. at the Methodist church Sunday afternoon Â»t 2 o'clock. The burial of Mrs. Bond was in Oak Hill Saturday because she had a contagious disease. Sporting Group at Goldfield E l e c t s Nelson President GOLDFIELD, Feb. 24.--The Evergreen sporting association held its annual banquet at the Lloyd Olson home. One hundred and twenty-five were present to enjoy the three course banquet served by the losing side, "The Reds" to the winners, "The Greens." Officers elected were: Sergeant of arms, William H. Mo- Cutcheon; president, Miller S. Nelson; vice president, Floyd Olson; secretary, Dorothy Htfnson; assistant secretary, Howard Harvey; treasurer, Alva Slalkcu; chaplains, Robert Hanson, Donald Slaikeu, Mrs. Raymond Paine and Miss Eleanor Slaikeu. I I 1 PRAIRIE QUEEN SELF-RISING Pancake Flour BETTER . . . LOWER Than Ever 31/2-lb. Bag 25c AT YOUR GROCER MANUFACTURED BY Hagevman-Moerseh Co* UIASON CITX, IOWA REMEMBER..; The price Is COACH or BUSINESS COUPE f.o.1. o*n* It challenges the performance of any six, regardless ( of price. It introduces .Super- Six smoothness to the lowest price clasa It looks like a far more expensive car. It is bigger, wider and roomier than many cars that sell for hundreds of dollars more. It is the Value Sensation in a year of sensational values. and you get R I D I N G C O M F O R T ESSEX 'mf*m ' Â· ^Â»*Â» - ' ; " " ' g g ' Â·''-"'-Â·'. Â·- ' ' Â· TTie (tene LAPIHEH MOTOR CO. HUDSON-ESSEX SALES AND SERVICE Phone 1183 Tno Brightest Corner in Town -117 S. Delaware 'MILWAUKEE) ' Â·.STPAUL '" SERVICE to Sioux Falls, Mitehell and the Black Hills Effective Feb. 23rd Train No. 3 will offer a more convenient departure for Sioux Falls, Mitchell, Rapid City, S. D., and intermediate stations. Through standard sleeping car Chicago to Rapid City. Cafe-Parlor car serving njeals by Broadway-fame'd Rector. Coaches. No. 1O-S Daily Lv. Chicago 11:20 p. m. L v . Dubuque - - - - - 4:43 a. m. Lv. Charles City - - - - 9:16 a. m. AT. Masen City - - - - 10:05 a. m. Ar. Sioux Falls - - - -' 5 ;30 p. m. Ar. Mitchell 6:50 p. rru Ar. Rapid City - - - - 6:30 a. m. Direct connection at Mitchell foe Aberdeen. The Sioux, No. 11 will leave Mason City at 3:10 a. m. and will run only to Siomc Falls and Mitchell, S. D. No change eastbound, No. 4, with cafe-parlor car will leave Mitchell 5:40 a. m., arrive Mason City 1:35 p. m. Maion City Ticket Office, Phone S3 W. P. Cody, Division Pauenfter Atent 9th St. and S. Pennsylvania Ave. _ _ Phone 3U MILWAUKEE ROAD E L E C T R I F I E D O V E R THE R O C K I E S TO THE SEA ,. a CHASES CELEBRITIES TO WIN WAGER Checker Tournament of Iowa for 1932 Will Be Held at Cedar Rapids ESTHERVILLE, Feb. 24. (IP)-The 1932 Iowa stato checker tournament will be held at Cedar Rapids, it was decided at a business meeting held in connection with the 1931 tourney being held here. John Samuelson of Des Moincs was elected president, Free] Morgan, secretary-treasurer, and B. L. Gosa of Waterloo, vice president. No Clews to Snfo llobbers. CEDAR RAPIDS, Feb. 24. (IP1-- Police today were without clews to the identity of thieves who yesterday broke into the Northwestern oil filling station and made away with the office safe containing $145. Will ComiMJto at Nashua. WAVERLY, Feb. 24.--Harold Lonius, Frederick Feldman and Ma.ry Spalding will represent Waverly in the oratorical, dramatic, and humorous-divisions In the state preliminary declamatory contest to be held Wednesday at Nashua. Lenius will give "The Law's Delay," Foldman, "The Last Supper," and Miss Spalding "Codfish Deliriums." SHREDDED WHEAT serve it with HOT milk on Cold Mornings President rfoover. Bobby -Jones Twenty-live year old W. R. Crlssey, Philadelphia broker, above, has made a wager with a party of bustness associates that he will have dined with President Hoover, played golf with Bobby Jones, motored with the Prince of Wales and played goU with John D. Rockefeller, Sr., by the stroke of ns!d- nlght on Feb. 15, 1932, Crlssey resigned his job on Feb. 15, 1981, to fulfill his wager. HEAD OF LEGION TALKS ON BONUS O'Neil Cannot Understand Objections to Increase in Loans. INDIANAPOLIS, Feb. 24.--The following: statement regarding- adjusted service certificates has been sent to national headquarters here by Ralph T. O'Neil. national commander of the American Legion: "The press states that a bill has been prepared which will permit the veteran to borrow 50 per cent of the value of his adjusted compensation but objections have been raised because such legislation would impair the nation's finances. Â· "It is rather difficult to understand these objections and I feel the nation should be thoroly informed concerning; this legislation. There is now 3800,00,000 which has been set aside in a reserve fund for the.pay- ment of adjusted compensation certificates, more than the treasury department estimates will be required for loans under the bill. This reserve fund belongs to the veterans and the treasury department acts solely as^a trustee for the fund. The proposed legislation provides for loans at iVi per cent altho the veteran is allowed only 4 per cent on this fund and the government can borrow money at less than one-half the Interest the bill proposes to charge the veteran. This plan costs the government nothing. Why the objection ? We will be most grateful for any assistance congress may see fit to grant the veterans in need but we want the American people to know the actual facts. "The American Legion has always advocated cash payment of adjusted compensation. Altho our position has always been clear and unequivocal it has been recently restated by our national executive committee. We also desire to emphasize that our first interest is to procure necessary legislation for the disabled veteran." Conference Held at Allison for Boys and Girls Well Attended ALLISON", Feb. 24.--The Older Boy's and Girl's conference of Butler county was held Saturday and Sunday. The"conference was promoted by the Butler county ministerial association. A committee on program and arrangements consisted of the Rev. O. B. Preston, Allison; the Rev. G. W. Turner, Greene; the Rev. W. J. Grossheim, Greene; the Rev. A. C. Kruse, Kesey and the Rev. H. M. Tipsword, 3umont. This was the first conference of this nature by this associa- ion. There were 154 paid registra- ;ions on Saturday at the conference leld in the Associated church. A janquet was given in the evening vlth the Rev. E. A. Sabln of Clarks- vllle, as speaker. Michigan Legislature Decides to Look Into Liquor Scandal at U LANSING, Mich., Feb. 21. /F-The legislature Monday night decided to investigate the circumstances which led up to the recent raid upon five University of Michigan fraternity houses in Ann Arbor. By a vote of 47 to 31 the house approved a resolution authorizing the inquiry. The resolution authorizes an investigation not only into student drinking but also into police methods following raids two weeks ago of the fraternity houses. Government Asks to Minnesota Suit WASHINGTON, Feb. 24. (K The government today asked leave of the supreme court to dismiss its complaint against Minnesota claiming title to certain land in that state. The government had contended the land in controversy was patented erroneously to Minnesota under the swamp land act. Drop Former Resident Is Buried. NASHUA, Feb. 24. -- Funeral services were held at the Baptist church in Hortdn Sunday for Earnest Thompson, a former resident of this locality, who died of kidney trouble at the hospital in Princeton Minn., Thursday. Iowa Youth Commits Suicide. .SHELLS BURG, Feb. 24. John Lubbock, 17, committed suicide yesterday by shooting himseli with a shotgun. Despondency over the recent death Â· of hia mother is believed to have prompted the act. G, 0, P, CAUCUS MAY NOT DRAW Independents Show Signs of Planning to Stay Away. Hymns Sung in Tagalog Language Greet Aimee McPKerson in Philippines MANILA, Feb. 24. Iff)--Hymns sung in the Tagalog language greeted Aimee Semple McPherson, Los Angeles evangelist, as she arrived here today on her voyago around the world. The hymns were sung by moru than 30 members of the four square gospel mission established in Cavite by a Filipino who was said to have once served as her houseboy in Los Angeles. After the singing Mrs. McPherson delivered a short sermon. WASHINGTON, Feb. 24. (/P)-Several republicans of independent learnings may stay, away from next Thursday's caucus of the house republican membership.. The session has been called for selecting- a candidate for speaker and party floor leader in the next congress. While so far as is known no opposition has developed againsl either Speaker Longworth or Representative Tilson of Connecticut the present floor leader, some members have been trying to establish whether the action of the caucus would be binding on those who attended. Representative LaGuardia, New York, has presented a written request for this information to Representative Hawley, Oregon, who will be caucus chairman. Senate Confirms Archie. DBS MOINES, Feb. 24. WP)--Appointment of W. D. Archie of Sidney as state highway commissioner was confirmed today by the senate in executive session. Was in Boston. ALGONA--The Rev. T. J. Davern returned home Saturday from Boston and other eastern points where he has visited the past three weeks. FOR YOUR HEALTH DR. PIERCE'S Golden Medical Discovery AT ALL DRUG STORES A thorough rub ___ with BAUME DENGUE (pronounced Ben-Gay) will quickly remove congestion and make the stiffness disappear. n Ask for ft Ben-Ga Accept No Substitute* II y HER PILES HEALED AFTER 20 YEARS Mrs. U. E. Mast, 817 South Seventh street, Goshen, Ind., who was entirely healed of Piles and other Rectal Trouble after suffering 20 years, urges all sufferers to write the Thornton and Minor Clinic, Suite 720, 926 McGee street, Kansas City, Mo., for a new free copyrighted book which tells all about hemorrhoids (piles), fistula and other forms of rectal diseases and which fully explains a safe, sure, mild treatment that has restored more than 40,000 afflicnted people to renewed 1 health. There is no cost or obligation. t Rode on First Train. HARLAN, Feb. 24. (^)--Funeral services were held today for Mrs. J. C. W. Wickeraham, 84, who died Saturday. The woman came here in 1880 on the first Rock Island train from Avoca. Hostess to Club. OSAGE--Mrs. F. R. Shclledy was hostess to the Neighborhood club [and their husbands. Dollar Day C* Â¥ Â¥ J~^.r* "* 7 A. IT "BT TT*Â» SHOE VALUE! Dr. Kistlcr health shoes. Sizes 5 to 8 - - - 51.79 Sizes 8% to 11 - - Â§1.98 Ladies' boudoir slippers-- maribou trim. Assorted colors. Â·j.98 Ladies' dull leather--center buckle trimmed with black reptile. Men's black oxfords -Goodyear welt construction--Rubber heel. HOSIERY Women's beautiful, pure silk, full fashioned hosiery in all the newest shades. $1.10 Per Pair :-: 3 Pairs Â§3.00 Y O U C A N A L W A Y S S A V E A T K I N N E 17 S. FEDERAL--MASON CITY 2 Quart WEAR- EVER Double Boiler Regular $2.50 Special $1.19 PYREX UTILITY DISH Dish of many uses. Regular $1.75 No Smoko--IVo Gronso WEAR-EVER GRIDDLE Regular $1.75 Special 98c .-SPECIAL -Quart of Roger's Floor Enamel and 3 Inch Rubber-Set Brush $Â£.25 . Ball Bearing Roller Skates. Â· Regular $1.25 Value 79' Mason City Hardware Co. 27 E. State DON MCPEAK Phone 948 ENTRANCE TEMPORARILY CHANGED... l O GET to the Chamber of Commerce Retail Merchants Association Highway Commission Globe-Gazette Editorial Room . . , . You Go Through the Globe-Gazette Business Office . . Â» . East Entrance Globe - Gazette Building! The front of the Globe-Gazette building is now bo- ing remodeled . . . the west entrance, a direct way to the second and third stories, is temporarily closed. At present, there is only one entrance to the building . . . thru the east door. If you want to go to the second story, or the third, it is necessary at present to go thru the Business Office of the Globe- Gazette. You are invited to take the Detour. The west entrance to the building will be open in the near future. Mason City Globe-Gazette "THE NEWSPAPER THAT MAKES ALL NORTH IOWANS NEIGHBORS"