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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 24 Â· 1934 STYLE IS ADAPTABLE FROCK WOULD BE ATTRACTIVE MADE UP IN PRINTED SR PLAIN COLORED MATERIAL; HAS GOOD LINES fHofce-Ouette Fnrlen IB Cvt Pattern, 200 Hrtb Arenw, New for* cltj nj DIANA DAX -------------'--'---Paris decrees toe hips must be inugly fitted, as the charmingly feminine frock for today's pattern. You'll look as pretty as a picture in this gay little dress of apple- green crepe-silk print, if you carry it out as originally planned. Another interesting thing about it Is that it so entirely simple to fash- Ion it. Summer cottons, linen and pastel tub silks are also adorable for its development Style No. 575 is designed in sizes 14,16,18 years, 36, 38 and 40 inches bust. Size 16 requires 3 yards of 39- Jnch material with 2% yards of fagoting.. The Essence of Fashion! The whole fashion story for spring is to be found in this new and exciting Spring Fashion Book. You certaintly won't want to miss it. Contains new Hollywood photos and patterns that are styled perfectly and fit perfectly. Send for your copy today. Price of book 10 cents. Â· Price of pattern 15- cents m Â·tamps or coin (coin is preferred). IV^rap coin carefully. Do not send to Mason City, but address Globe-Gazette Pattern Department, 200 Fifth Avenue, New Tork City. ' GUILT DENIED BY STATE OFFICERS Land Commissioner and His Deputy in Nebraska 'Free on Bond. LINCOLN, Nebr., March 14. UP --State Land Commissioner Harry Conklin. and his deputy, Herbert Wehn, pleaded not guilty in municipal court here today to charges of conspiracy .to defraud the state. Bonds fixed by Judge Polk at S10,000 each wera supplied quickly. Meantime officers searched for George Lane, former head janitor at the capitol, also named in the conspiracy complaint filed in court today. Attorney General Good said he understood the -man was in Lincoln but rumors were he was in St. Joseph. Conklin supplied another $10,000 bond March 14 on a perjury charge Involving similar cases of alleged collection of portions of janitora' ealaries. END HEARING ON DIRECT BUYING Subcommittee to Consult With Full House Group in Next Week. WASHINGTON, March 24. The house agricultural subcommittee today completed its hearings on the proposed amendment' to the packers and stockyards act which would regulate direct buyers. It was announced that the sub- fcommittee would consult with a ful committee within the next week with. the view of considering wheth er to report the amendment to the house. . . The. proposal would permit the department of agriculture to inspecl the records of private stockyards regulate operation of feeders, anc tighten up direct marketing regulations. Former Iowa Deputy Bank Superintendent Accepts Chicago Job DES MOINES, March 24. UP)-Carl Trout, former Iowa deputy state- banking superintendent, has taken a position as Iowa representative of the Livestock National bank of Chicago, effective April 1, it was announced today. He will have headquarters in Des Moines' and will spend much' of his time traveling the state as a parl of his new duties. Trout more recently was supervising examiner in Iowa for the Federal Deposit Insurance corporation. Before entering the insurance department, he was an officer of the Peoples State bank in Maxwell Iowa, Tabulators Are Busy on Mass of Figures in Corn-Hog Contracts AMES, March 24.--If all the fig tires in the corn-hog contracts from one county were laid end to enc they would give the average person ft headache--but to the county tab tilators and the state board of re Â·view they are all in the day's work County, tabulators have the job o checking figures in each contrac and compiling production figure for the office of Leslie M. Carl, fed eral satistician, Des Moines. From each contract the tabulator mus list 27 figures and then comput others to fill 57 columns on the check sheet. On each contract he must chec: a total of about 92 different fig tires--not to mention the variou signature, explanatory data an other items. In a county having 180 signers the three or four tabulator must check more than 165,000 fig lire* .. - Globe-Gazette's Quilt Pattern CARPENTER'S WHEEL Common sources of quilt inspiration were the various trades and rofessions of the early colonists. 'Carpenter's Wheel" dates back to the revolution. The original quilt was pieced in two blending shades and white, each blocks with a different color scheme. This more recent copy is made of blue, red, yellow and white. This pattern from Quilt Book No 19 which contains six other pat- :erns. For your copy send 10 cents in stamps or-coin to Quilt Department, Mason City Globe-Gazette 200 Fifth avenue, New York, N. T Be sure to ask for book No. 19. Ayrshire Legion Post Is Supporting Father Mason for Department Chaplain AYRSHIRE, March 24.--indorse- ment of the Eev. W. F. Mason for chaplain of the Iowa department of iie American Legion has been given jy Ayrshire post, No. 173, American L/egion. In a communication to dis- :rict commanders, post commanders in the eighth district the state department and the Iowa Legionaire, the post pointed out that Father Mason had been a hardworking Le- gionaire since the Legion was or- janized, is now eighth district chaplain, is a charter member of four posts and helped revive and keep ilive many different posts. Jail Break Plot at Chicago Stifled in Infancy by Officers CHICAGO, March 24. UP--A ja.il break plot was stifled in its infancy at the Cook county jail today with the discovery of a. loaded revolver in the cell of Francis O'Gara, 27, a robbery suspect awaiting trial. Fearing that the opening of jail gates at 6:30 a. m. was to be the signal for a wholesale delivery, jail officials had summoned Sheriff Meyering and' several riot squads to patrol the grounds. PEARS No. 10 Gallon Cans were listed, as selling for 29c-- ] (Friday issue of the Globe-Gazette). This was due to a typographical er-1 ror and the price OA^ should have been,. *f Â·'** Federal Fruit and Vegetable Market Planning to SAVE the Tax "Mother, that's good advice. We should buy our spring wants and needs before Saturday night, March 31, and we'd SAVE 2 cents tax on each dollar spent." 'Say, that's an idea! Jack and I have planned to do a lot of buying this spring and now we'll just do it before that Iowa tax law goes into effect--and we'll Save several dollars right there." "Now, girls, don't forget ... the Retail Sales Tax goes into effect April 1st. So, buy NOW and Save the tax! You, Too, Can Save the Tax on Purchases Made BeforeT April 1 Buy Easter and Spring Merchandise Now and You'll Save 2 Cents on Each Dollar's Worth You Buy JOWA'S Retail Sales Tax of 2 per cent will go into effect on Â·*Â· Sunday, April 1. On and after that date, each dollar's worth of merchandise you buy, whether cash or charge, will be subject to the tax. In line with the policy adopted by the retailers of the state, the retail establishments of Mason City have adopted the following bracket for the collection of the Retail Sales Tax: lc to Uc No tax 15c to 65c 1 cent tax 66c to 99c 2 cent tax Purchases of $LOO and more subject to straight 2% tax, governed by the major fraction. Mason City Stores Have Wonderful Variety of Merchandise You'll find quality, latest styles and prices that are inviting TT WILL pay you to do your Easter and Â·*Â· Spring shopping and buying in Mason City. Selections are so varied..Quality merchandise is abundant. Styles the same as you'd find in the larger cities of the country. And prices are unusually, reasonable. If-you live 30, 40 or 50 miles from here . . . with an automobile, -you are only a few minutes away from this trading center where you are sure of finding what you want, and attractively priced. Make Mason City your shopping headquarters. It will pay you in many ways. Besides, you'll find a cordial welcome here, and a sincere desire to serve 'you promptly, courteously and satisfactorily. Stop and think I What are you intending to buy during the next few weeks or months! Maybe you will spend $50, S500 SI000 or'more. Do it before April 1 and you'll SAVE the 2 per cent tax ... and that means Saving money. Talk this idea over with members of your family. See what you're going to want, need . . . and buy. Whatever you do ... before Saturday night, March 31 ... be "Planning to SAVE the Tax." MASON CITY IS NORTH IOWA'S TRADING CENTER!