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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 4

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, March 12, 1931
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INCREASE SEEN IN EMPLOYMENT Doak Say* Volume of Men at Work Grew During - ' February. 12. a general increase volume of Industrial employ- during- February. ' Doak based his announcement in department statistics. ·.*? a ^?^l d the in °rease constituted the first satisfactory indication of a general upward .trend since the, stock market collapsed in October" He estimated, the total number of persona epmloyed in Industry had increased 14 per cent in February as compared with January, and that the wages paid- for February would be 7.5 per cent greater than in the preceding- month; Will Search for Gold. , S. Dak., March 12. (UP)-- A. H. Baumgartner of Rapid City, S.,Dak., will spend the summer searching the hills here for a fold, cache . supposedly containing 278 pounds of pure ore. Baumgart- uer will attempt to locate the treasure with a divining- rod. PORTIA TRIUMPHS Miss Gloria, Richmond (above) 23-year : p!d Bropkiine, Mass., lawyenf'has the honor of being the youngest,woman who ever argued'a case before the Bay state's highest tribunal, and the honor of procuring a verdict of $G,400 workmen's compensation for her client. HEROIC MOTHER SAVES CHILDREN Olin Woman Carries Out 3 and Returns Into Fire for Baby. OLIN, March 12 tff)_The four young children of Mr. and Mrs Si^^PTM^ 1 ? «** their re broke out 1_ ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ill'mile north-of hero last .."-:-·,,--·;; mother carried three of the jchlldrfen, whp were ill in bed to safety and jeturned a fourth, time to rescue the baby. On her last trip, Mrs. Porter was turned! slightly about' the head but the babv wrapped in a blanket, !was un- The house, with the exception' of few .household effects, -was de- Williams Is Appointed .Chairman. GARNER / ' Feb. 12.^_Auditor -nrjs Japobs who was "appointed chairman of the employment and re- tef i committee for Hancock county oy Gov. panTTurner, decline'd to ac- :ep$ because of pressing duties -as ounty auditor and recommended w. G. Williams, editor of the Garner Leader Signal, who accepted | BLIZZARD GIVES WORK TO; MEN IN WINDY CITY ? v S -*Vt s x^*-^** * \ ^ ^^Vvr^t "«? * ~ A ~:i^ . . ° J ·*»«* ^hoto shows men To Make Marketing Plans GRAND RAPIDS, Minn., March 12. CSV-Farmers and biisineasmen f Itasca county will gather here Saturday to make arrangements fb- marketing- of; potatoes and estab- ishmeiit of a satisfactpry, potato marketing- association. · SUNSHINE Heat Purifies LUCKIES are always kind toyourthroaf The advice ofyoiir physician is: Keep out of doors, in the open air, breathe deeply; take plenty of exercise in the 1 mellow sunshine, and have a peri- odiccheckup on the, healthofyourliody. · w »¥s:sK5.? ;iI ' WK SS : .-i ^S I ·»V r S^ifl Everyone knows .that sunshine mellows--that's why the "TOASTING" process includes the use of the Ultra Violet Rays. LUCKY STRIKE-made of the finest tobaccos- the Cream of the Crop--THEN--"IT'S TOASTED' -- an extra, secret heating process. Harsh irritants present in all raw tobaccos are expelled by "TOASTING." These irritants are sold to others. They are not present in your. LUCKY STRIKE. No wonder LUCKIES are always kind to your throat. TUNE IN-- TheLuckyStrike Dance Orchestra,- every T«e»- day; Thursday and Saturday evening over N. B. C. net' worJa. Your Throat Protection -- against irritation -- against cough , The American Tobacco Co., Mfn, Much'Damage Done , to Fredericksturg Home by Attic Fire PREDBRICKSBURG, March 11. --Damaged estimated at between 51,200 and ?1,800 resulted about 9:30 o'clock this morning by fire in the house occupied by Wesley Carey and owned by his father, Averv Carey. The blare started in the attic. All the: furniture was carried ? u '- The top part of the house was badly damaged. The origin of the fire la unkonwn. ; · -, . . IOWA FORECAST MODERATE RAIN Colder Weather Expected to Follow; Mercury Will Average 30. DES MOINES, March 12. -more rain or snow for all parts of the state, :altho ! only in moderate quantities, may be expected tonight cr Friday, the government weathe.- bureau said today. Colder'weather may be expected late Friday following the precipitation, but until then the minimum temperature for the state probably will 'be about 30 degrees. · " , · -- - . . Low temperatures reported for Wednesday night included Dubuque 24, Charles City 28, iDavenport and Keokuk 30, and Des'Moines 32. No precipitation was reported. INCREASE STAFF OF DRY AGENTS Woodcock Announces Mor Strenuous Campaign on Violators. . WASHINGTON, March 12. (JP)i- Developmeats of a new and mor strenuous "plan of campaign against dry law violators, buil around the addition of 500 new drj agents, was made known .today b Prohibition Director Woodcock. Within recent days, Woodcock said, a circular has been dispatched to all prohibition administrators deputies and instructors thruout th country detailing what is expected of them. · ' . They have been ordered to submit m'reply, a plan of future'operation in their territories, detailing the use to which the new agents' authbrize by congress will be pufr. "We want to have a definite plan of action, in every section before July 1," the prohibition director said. "There is no use in having increased facilities unless there is a plan of campaign to employ them." · The purchase of $50,000 worth of automobiles for use by the dry forces also was announced.' PAROLE DENIED DOfiELL OFTOWff Afton Man Was Convicted of Embezzling Funds of Penitentiary. -WASHINGTON, March -12. The federal parole board today declined to approve a parole for Roland W. Dobell of Afton, Iowa, convicted In the western district of Washington ,of embezzling $5,700 of the^funds of .the McNeil island, federal penitentiary. Dobell, an 'accountant at McNeil island whe^n he committed the of-, fense, was eligible for parole last January; The board decided today it was "against the interests of society to free him." . 4 PER CENT OF VOTES POLLED Many School Elections in North Iowa Marked by Light Totals. COULTER, March 12.--School election Ju Coulter Monday was a quiet affair, only 4 per cent of available votes' being polled. Directors elected were: Mrs. Edna Aagcsen, to succeed' herself. Chester Hansen and Thorvald,Jenaen were.named to fill the vacancy.' , · Elected at Rudd. RUDD, March 12.--H. A. Dockstader. Otto Brandau and Walter Jackson were elected members of the school board. Are Named Directors. KLEMMB. March 12.--C. G. Waterman aad Harry Gibbs were elected on the school board. : Election Is Quiet. GRAPTON, March 12.--School election was very quiet here. Peter Skram and Alfred Bru'eslwltz were the successful candidates. Two Are TJntoppo'sed. ROWAN, .March 12 At the school election held' here Monday Jack Munnis and G. Gunderson were re-elected. There were no other candidates. 52 Votes Cast ' THORNTON, ' March 12;--The school election here . Monday was quiet. D. S. Mabb and Charles Hansen were the new members elected for three year terms. There was no contest. . . Elected at Fertile. FERTILE, March 12.--Jcsper Humphrey was re-elected for another two years and Adolph Tweed was elected to take the place of James Kirk on the' school board. 1 Mayor C. N. Jorgenson was reelected for school treasurer. There were 95 votes cast. Adolph Tweed received 79, Jasper Humphrey 69, and Art Carr, 32. RIVER, HARBOR WORK PLANNED Allotments of More Than ~--?T3;OOOjOOt)-Mas!tttf -^ War Department. WASHDTOTON, March 12. (ff-Allotment of more than $75,000,000 for river and harbor work in all parts of tje country was announced today, by the war department. The allotments are made up of ?50,6B6,111.97 from the $80,000,000 appropriated for rivers and harbors work for the present fiscal year. The remainder v$U close the department's emergency appropriation fund of $22,500,000. The Missouri river received the largest ; single allocation·'·:with $6,- 149,800.for .work from Kansas City to the mouth. Thus far during the fiscal year,-with the present allocation Missouri river allotments will total $13,385,000. "These allotments, provided for carrying- forward many important projects," a statement by the war department aaid, and will aid materially in the further relief of unemployment. Among ttiose above ' $1.000,000 were: Missouri river, between Illinois and Wisconsin rivers, : ?li812,000. Mississippi river, between Wisconsin river and Minneapolis, $1,120 000. Missouri river, Kansas City- mouth, -$6,149,800. ' ' ' fcase Muscular-Rheumatic Aches and Pains T"\RAW them out with a "counter- ·*-* irritant." Distressing muscular lumbago, soreness and stiffness--generally respond pleasantly to good old Mus- ter °'f; t Doctars , ca " 't a. counter-irritant, because it gets action and is not just a salve. _Musterole Helps brine soreness and pain :6 the surface, and thus ' gives natural relief. You .can feel how its xvatming action penetrates and stimulates blood circulation. But do not stop with one application.^ Apply this soothing, cooling, healing ointment generously to the affected area once every hour for five hours. Used by millions for over 20 years. Recommended by many doctors and nurses. KeepMusteroIehandy; jars'and tubfs, To Mot fieri--Musterole is also made in milder form for babies and small children. Ask for CMl~ dren's Mtuterole. Woman Who Guarded Cole Younger When Captured, Is Dead SPOKANE, Wash., March 12. UP) --Mrs. Mary Elizabeth FlUpatriek, 81; who is a young woman JiarticI- pated In the'capture of. the Jesse James and T Cole Younger bandit gangs, ; died. here yesterday. " ' ' Mrs,,Fitzpati;ck, widow of MlRh4; ael Fitipatriak, who was a-'speciaV officer whan the gangs Were'broken up near Madelia, iMirfn.; helped to stand guard over younger all one night.' ENVOYS DISCUSS EFFECTS OF PACT Germans and Japanese See Briand on Effects of .Naval Accord. PARIS, March 12; Wr-Japanese and German ambassadors met sep arately today with Arjatide Briand to ( discuss the effects of the British Franco-Italian naval, accord. . , It is believed that Japan and the United States can best indicate their attitude toward the agreement by merely taking cognizance' of i without referring the document to the senate or the diet. There wia be further discussions with Washington and Tokyo before a definite decision is reached as to whether,a brief five-power conference Will be necessary to dovetail .the new arrangement with the Washington treaty, or whether the simple signatures of Great Britain France and Italy will be sufficient To End a Cough In a Hurry, Mix This at Home . To « D 1 a stubborn cough quickly, it flV m S°l tan $ ^.soothe anit heal Hie to- flamed membranes, getrld of the gerinu and also to aid the System inwardly to~ tan. throw off the trouble Tnnrt ^S?' P U I» 0 «V here is .homemade medicine, far better than anything you could buy , at 3 times the cost From any druggiat, g et 2^4 .ounces « Pine* Pour this. into a p/ct bottle, and add ho a Z g ? m r i ttted SU|rar »y»POT"ratari honey to .fill up the pint This takes JH' = «omcnt, I and makes a -remedy effective that you will never do s«rv thln B«ry tfiin llT ? ^ fato th into the ,, · en like it. ' Cm ^?, docs three - irst, )t loosens the germ- Second, it soothes it acts which follow,' cold epidemics. j ex .' s a '"'stly concentrated torn. j~.and of genuine NorwBr Tine, cbn- tainins tne active agent of creosote, in a refined, palatable form, and known BB_OBe of the (rrentest, healing agenta tor Bcyere coughs, chest .colds and bronchial troubles. I - : ' T *?° n pt accept a substitute for Pinex ", .? guarantped to give prompt relief or money refunded. HAMPTON WINS 2 FIRST PLACES Student From Clear Lake Is Also High jnDedam Competition; HAMPTON, March 12.--Hampton captured-two firsts and one Clear Lake student won first place Ih tho second round of the state declamatory contest last night Rex Jullek; of Hampton was first in.the.orator- ical division with iowa-FaJIs taking second. Luverne Murphy of Hampton, was ffrst. .In humorous -with Thornton second. Clotilde Phillippe, Clear Lake, was first In dramatic with ; Waverly ranking- second. Towns competing' were Clear Lake, Iowa Falls, Meservey,' Alden, Waverly, Radcllffe, Thornton and Hampton. Judges were' Superintendent M. Z. Alb era, New Providence, and -Miss Anna 'Capellen and Miss Cora Busby, both of Eldora. Contest winners will.compete jn th§ pre-district contest. March: 27." . " "^ Bare Marijuana Ring.. CHICAGO, March 12. (JPt--Lorr ralne -Cessna of Des Moines was ex- .pected to be sent home today after a release on probation by Municipal Judge Leon Edelman following her arrest in connection with the marijuana clgaret ring, alleged sellers of drugged clgarets. . : STRAWS as soft and supple as felt--as cool and crisp as linen. - . Such an array of styles and color-^-coIors to match any costume--including plenty of the popular BLACK that will harmonize with any costume. 114 NORTH FEDERAL f. i OUR NEW... S P R I N G P R I N T S have a charm ail their own 4 . . ' ' · . . ' . ' · · ; beside their low price v 15 , Exclusively I T'S nice enough to know that you're getting an in- .expensive frock, but when you canVget such youthful . - . .original-looking . i , ., , · finely, made frocks at our . low. price, it's something ' ' worth talking 'about. 1 The material'alone to each dress in this group is worth almost as much as the dress Itself. · - Types f o r S p o r t * / . Simple, clever little tailored frocks with. · just right for watching the 'spring : aports! arid D r e s s . . . The popular border-prints, and paislevs in charming, lingerie-trimmed styles pretty enough to wear for Sunday night socials Choose a few at a time. . Sizes. 14 to 50

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