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MARCH 5 1931 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE 13 I j Many Attend Story Hour. TITONKA, March 5.--The community children's story hour, sponsored by the American Legion auxiliary held in the Legion hall was attended by 55 children between the ages of 4 and 12.. years. Miss Larson, local teacher, acted as story teller. Best Remedy for Cough Is EasHy Mixed at Home lou'll never know how quickly a stubborn consh.or. chest cold can bo' conquered,, until :you try this famous -recipe. It ia usej in millions of homes, because it gives more prompt, positive relief than anything else. It's no trouble at all to mix nnd costs but a trifle. Â·Into n piDt bottle, pour 2 J A ounces oÂ£ Pinci; then add plain granulated sugar syrup or strained honey to make B full pint. This saves two-thirds of ; the money, usually spent for cough medicine, a*nd gives you a purer, better remedy. It never spoils, and' tastca good--children like it. :^ You can actually feel its penetrating, soothing action on the inflamed throat membranes. It ia also absorbed into^tho blood, where it acts directly on the bronchial tubes. At the same time, it promptly loosens the germ-laden .phlegm. This three-fold action explains Â·why it brings such quick relief even in severe .bronchial cougha Â·which follow 'cola epidemics. Pines is a highly concentrated compound of genuine Norway Pine, containing the active agent oE creosote, in s refined, pnJntable form, and known as one of the greatest healing agents ;for severe coughs, chest colds and Â· bronchial'troublca. Do not accept a substitute for Pinex, It is guaranteed to give prompt relief or money refunded. SOVIET GENERAL HELD FOR PLOT Bluecher, Commander of Far East Forces, Reported Arrested. BERLIN, March 6. #"--A telegraphic union dispatch from Warsaw said that word had come from Habarowsk in Bast Siberia, of the arrest of General Bluecher, commanding the soviet forces in the far east Â· He was charged, the reports said, with conspiring with a TJkalnian national organization .to'foster insurrection in the army and establish an anti-soviet military dictatorship. The Warsaw, dispatch was based on an agence teiegraphique report from Kharkov. It was stated also that the soviet secret police had uncovered an elaborate conspiracy in the soviet Ukraine which'also involved General Kossak; commander.of the red army officera' school in Kharkov. Kossak was reported' to have been arrested also with 50 Ukrainian students, 100 East Galician officers in Ukrainian regiments, and Professor Lozynski, formerly an instructor in the Ukrainian university at Prague. WELL DRESSED MAN Declamatory Contest' Planned HANLONTOWN, March G.--The seventh and eighth grades will hold a declamatory contest Friday evening. Six pupils, from which two will be chosen later, will train for the finals. The-county contest will be held in Hanlontown March 13. Fashion B16ssoms Out in New P R I N T S *15 Prints! Prints! Prints! That's all you'll see this Spring. So cool, .so ' refreshing, so ultra smart. We have them in brilliant and conservative colors and patterns. YOU'LL WANT ONE OF THE NEW KNITTED SUITS : $10 and $15 , The.-yery. newest put.. A wide selection .; . . . . . Â· 'Â·"v- -vÂ»-rT - Â· Â» - - -- , ' 114 NORTH FEDERAL The Watteau Hat for Spring Clever Styles, Rough or Shiny Straws Watteau types lead the field for popularity Your'-'Color and hcadslze Â· Â· ' Â· Â·Â· Â·Â·;Â»?; 1 rj- a r e -herer- Â· --TYPES FOR MISS AND WOMAN $5 to $14.50 DORIS LUNSMAN MILLINERY Announcement The management of the Schermerhorn Farms wishes to announce that its milk delivery will continue the same as in the , past--the change will in no way affect the dairy farm. The sale of the other farm will enable us to put more concentrated effort :into the delivery* of our milk. A Phone Message Will Bring Our Driver to Your Door Raw or Pasteurized Milk Schermerhorn Farms Associated Press Photo John Tempra, of New .York, selected at n. New York fashion show as the "perfect 38" among men, is shown wearing a gray one-button business suit with square shoulders. DAM COMPANY'S HEAD AGREES TO BILL AMENDMENT Willing to Let State Take Over Power Project in 20 or 25 Years. MUSCATINE, March 5.--Announcement was made today by officials of the Federal Construction company that an amendment to S. F. 54, the "Moscow Canal" bill now awaiting action by the house of the Iowa legislature, providing for recapture of the development by the state after a period of years, is acceptable to the company. This amendment has been suggested by Representative Byron G. Allen, Pocahontas, and will be offered by him or by some other member of the house when the bill is taken up soon after the recess of the legislature. State Could Acquire It. Under such a provision the bill, which has passed the senate, would make it possible for the state to take over the project after 20 or 25 years at its appraised value. The bonded obligation would not permit financing with a shorter term of years and a longer period.would put the possible recapture too far in the future, it is felt.'Hence the 20'or 25 year proposal. This amendment, sponsors of the project feel, should finally dispose of the argument that this development is backed by. the "power trust" in any form and would be the best insurance against it falling into their hands. "Positive assurances from the financing company that no utility company has any part in this undertaking, plus the recapture clause, should indicate to every one that this is a 'clean bill' " said B Layton, president of the Federa Construction company. Pish Development Helped. At the same time the company made public a'letter from Dr. A. H Wiebe, associate aquatic biologisl and acting director of the U. S. bio logical station at Fairport, Iowa, to Theodore Drake, member of the house from Muscatine county, in which Dr. Wiebe stated that the .11,000 acre lake to be formed by the project "will, because it furnishes excellent breeding and rear- Ing grounds for our important game fish, become an important reservoir for fish life in the Cedar river." Dr. Wiebe is one of the foremost authorities in this part of the coun try on fish culture. At Fairport he is constantly carrying forward .experiments in raising fish in the g'ov- ernment ponds there and has extensive data to show the various effects of all kinds of water and methods 'of feeding fish. After a study of the Moscow Canal project and the proposed lake,"he has reached the conclusion that this development will do more for fishing and game in the Cedar river area than any other possible undertaking. Lake Better, Claim. Pointing out that a lake is more productive of fish life than a river, Dr. Wiebe says that not only do bass, crappies and blue gills prefer standing water over their spawning grounds, but that the minnows on which they feed also prefer such waters. The lake will not be subject to alternate draining and freezing in summer and winter periods but will always have sufficient depth to insure fish life. Moreover, he declares, the fluctuation in the lake level will only be five feet at the most whereas the present fluctuation of the Cedar is 17 feet. Such fluctuation will occur in the winter time, in low water periods, whereas the game fish mentioned are spring and early summer spawners when the lake level will vary but a few inches at most. Ex-Senator Shaff and Wife Injured in Auto Collision Near Clinton CLINTON, March 5. UP)--Ex-Senator Jay O. Shaff and Mrs. Shaft, iving near Clinton, were injured ate yesterday when .their automobile was struck by a car driven by John Turrill of Clinton. Mrs..Shaft who suffered a broken collarbone and a broken rib is in a hospital here. Shaff was injured about the knees. The Shaff car was turning off primary road 99 at Shafft6n when it was struck amidships by the Turrill machine. It was demolished. Turrill and a passenger were unhurt. TIDES RUN HIGH ON EAST GO AST Raging Floods Do More Than $3,000,000 Damage to Property. ' BOSTON, March 5. (jP)--Twice within 12 hours extremely high tides have been churned into raging Hoods by a powerful onshore gale to wreck tremendous damage along the coast of Boston and vicinity. Damage from .yesterday morning's flood was estimated at $3,000,000. The loss was greatly increased by a second flood shortly before midnight, hundreds were driven rom homes in various communities. More than 200 were left homeless n Revere alone. Only an occasional uilding remained in many of the ummer colonies along the north nd south shores. 60 Gather at St. Ansgar Anniversary Observance ST. ANSGAR, March 5.--About relatives and friends gathered at he home of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Sponheim to join with'them in cele- irating their twenty-fifth wedding .nniversary. Mr. and Mrs. B. Spon- leim had been married 25 years Tuesday. Druggists Join Hands to Promote Emphasis on Home Preparedness CHICAGO, March 5.--In the week between March 15 and 21, the country's attention will be drawn to a movement designed "to prevent needless suffering and to salvage life thru preparedness for emergencies." It will be the tenth anniversary of "First Aid Home Remedy Week," the slogan being "Fill that Medicine Chest Now."' The National Association of Retail Druggists sponsored the week in 1922 and the National Wholesale Druggists' association, National Association of Retail Drug Clerks, with numerous state pharmaceutical associations, have massed energies behind the effort since that time. Marked success for the week is predicted .this year by Secretary S C. Henry. It received its earliest approval from Dr. W. E. Weiss and was dedicated to the drug world by Sterling Products, Inc., which is giving a "surprise party" to every druggist in America. Replacing the old streamers, a colorful poster representing a filled medicine chest, displaying the slogan of each past success, "Fill that Medicine Chest Now," is calling attention to the annual better merchandising-greater advertising spring festival. Buys Interest of Partner. WAVERLY, March 5.--Earl E. Uecker has purchased the half interest of his partner, W. P. Kincaid, In the Wayerly Dress club and ia now sole owner. The two founded the business four years ago. ~ ' Carload of Horses Bought SCARVILLE, March 5.--A carload of horses arrived here Wednesday consigned to Wiggins and Miller, who took them to Emmons, Minn., where they* will be sold at auction. Why? Cash Carry Cleaners Can ,Do You Good .Cleaning, For Less No Pick-Up Expense No No Expense Delivery Bookkeeping Expense CARRY CASH * CLEANERS 401 N. FEDEKAL AVE. 213 S. FEDERAL AVE. 21 E. STATE ST. Discuss Garden Meetings. CLARION.--The garden club of the Clarion woman's club under the leadership of Mrs. George Young, Sr., enjoyed a meeting Tuesday evening in the clubrooms. Mrs. George Kyseth. discussed "rock gardening" and Mra. N. B. Anderson "pools." PALACE STARTING SATUKDAY Wear the Short, New FUR JACKETS for Ultra Spring Chic, $ 35 to *55 So inexpensive, yet so costly looUing : --so luxurious and practical. The smartest furs distinguish them. For the dashing miss and matron. SPECIAL SHOWING SPRING CHOKERS All Kinds-. . . All Shinies $18.00 and up BENOWITZ BROS. MASTER FUniUEUS 231 N. Federal Avc. Phono 1)33 Everything New 3 South Federal Mason City Wonderful Values Mason City's New Up-to-date Specialty Shop Is Now Ready With a Special Purchase of-NEW SPRING COATS Direct From Fifth Avenue New York Featuring the Utmost In Style, Quality and Value Many Elegantly Furred Lovely Monotone Tweeds, Chon- galette, Polos, Tweeds, Trico Broadcloth. Furs of Lapin, Blue Fox-Dyed Mandel. Our Own New York Buyers We maintain a complete staff of buyers with headquarters in the center of the garment district in New York City. Thus we are enabled to secure the newest in fashion as rapidly as it appears. New Spring DRESSES Gay, cheerful floral prints, neat figured effects border prints, . . . fancy necklines and novel cuffs! knitted sports frocks! A Store That Will Please You A shop dedicated to presenting the finest and newest in fashions--the best and most desirable in quality--the utmost in value --all combined with a sincere desire to serve nnd please you! Come in and get acquainted! You'll like our fashions--they're different! Every garment BRAND NEW! All delightful values! ' We Have the Exclusive Agency for "Bess Lae" FROCKS Spring Models Swaggery S U I T S Tweeds, Chongalette, Monotones, trimmed with fur fabrics! Smart Beret Styles. Sixes 14-20.