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*r *Â·*Â» Â· ' Â§*$ Â£Â»Â·*$ MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE '. % v ,, " . . Â» v ^ ' v Â» Two Former Residents of -T ~** " f \ * Â· " Â· " - * Charles City Are ^-Honored '--"- of Mrs. Wolf and Mrs. Â«^ - ' Â· ' - v Â· ' j -" -Catt Are in Suffrage -Workers' List/ ,' CHARLES'crrr* March 12--TWO former residents ' of,~ Ployd county' wm' be honored tonight ^when a",.' bronze tablet containing 'the names^ of 24 prominent suffrage^ workers will be unveiled in the'state historical building: t in Des (Momes fol- f lowing ~a dinner and program ol speeches by a number of prominent persons. This ceremony will conclude the three "day- convention of the Iowa League of Women Voters. Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt's name " will head the list and will also be Â·~ placed on s the' national rol! of honor vrfth that of Suaan B. Anthony and Dr. Anna Howard Shaw on another bronze tablet which will ,hang in the reception r5bm _of the head- , quarters of the Rational League .0f Women Voters . in Washington. State rolls of honor* including the name of Mrs Sam J. H , Wolf as Floyd county's representative on hand illumined paper will bejramed and hung in the same room, IJved Near Mason City Mrs. jOatt's life is connected Intimately with "this' county as she csrse with'hej parents from Wisconsin when.a^small child and lived on a farm a short distance south of the 'city. She attended the local high school and taught in the country when she was 16. She received her later education (at Iowa State college at Ames after which she was principal and superintendent of the schools at Mason City. Lanche Schnadig Wolf, wife of Sam J. H. Wolf, who died m September, 1925, took an active part in the suffrage campaign ia Linn and Floyd counties. She belonged to ..the Iowa Suffrage, association before she was vice president and treasurer of. the Iowa League' of Women Voters. She wag the first, president of the Floyd County League of Women Voters and her life was distinguished for service in many, other civic organizations She was vice president of the Iowa Suffrage Memorial commission which she helped to organize and her local contributions include,' . two -times MRS. SAM 3. H. WOLF |i president of Central P. T. A , twice president of the Women's club, one of the organizers and directors of the Floyd County. 1 Social -Service league and chairman of the republican commltteewomen of Floyd county. Praised By Vasey * Mrs. Wolf supported measures she If knew were beyond public opinion of the hour but always, believed they would be approved ^by united 'efforts. Upon her death Supt. F V T. Vasey who had co-operated with her' in ..promoting better schools, ---praised, het ,for_ her,vision s and de- votlonHo !~cause she believed was right Mr. Wolf left this morning for Des Monies to attend the dinnÂ»r and unveiling of the tablet He will be joined by his son, Robert, of Chicago, who will return with him to spend Sunday. His other son, Richard, of Buffalo, N. T, is unable to be present. "LOVEMApT" PROBE SHIFTED Information Hunted Against Pantages as Patron of "Girl Bazar." ' SAN DIEGO, Cal, Marcti 12. --Investigation of an alleged "girl bazar"-which resulted in the filing of charges against five persons among .them Alexander Pantages millionaire theater, magnote, shifted 'today to Los Angeles. 'san Diego deputies were sent to Los Angeles where the original expose was-made last \yeek, to ferret out information for the prosecution of Pantages, John P.'Mills, real estate operator; Jesse H. Shreve, San Diego businessman, and William ' Job elmann, former ^publicity -'agent for Pantages. .-They also seek the rearrest of Olive Clark Day, the fifth person involved, in" the charges here. Pantages and Mills surrendered and were arraigned here yesterday They were released on' ; $15,000 and $10,000 bonds,. Â· respectively.. Mrs. Day, accused of operating; the "girl bazar" in Los Angeles, was releasec under *oail shortly 'before the 'local charges were filed. "She,iJobelman and Mills were charged .with abusing a-'girl there. Â· ^ .vJ " The apearahce m court of..Pantages, who was in Agua. Caliente Mex., when the charges'were liled, barely forestalled his arrest in public. He is under bond of $100,000 ".on appeal of' a conviction in Los 'Angeles In .1929 of criminally as saulting dancer. Eunice ; Pringle, co-ed Grand Jury-Is ^Dismissed 'From Court'in Hancock 'GARNER, Feb.'12.--There was no work for.the grand jury this term of court. After assembling ; Tuesday they were dismissed until the May terns. Judge J. J. Clark, Mason City, -V?iU vreturn to Garner Friday. The peat Jury March 17. wiil meet Tuesday, ll Dies at Minneapolis. CHARLES CITY, March 12.--itr " Slid Mrs. Frank Graham received word yesterday that Mrs. James Graham, wife of their son, died in Northwestern hospital in Minne-. MRS. CARREB OHATMAN CATT DRY AGENTS RAID , CLUB OF CAPONE Acetylene Torches Used in , Attempt to Open Safe' for Records. ' * I ' " , V ' CHICAGO, March 12. (#0--Federa] prohibition agents early today raided the Cotton club of Raip'h Capone in suburban Cicero and called for actylene torches in an effort to open the safe in an effort to obtain records for use in their investigation of the liquor traffic This'morning Roy Budd and Dan Capely, federal prohibition agents, Jed ? a; sqflad^of federal'officers into thei,ejuh. They^reported-tbey found a haltdozen guesrts^the chorus gicls and \orchestra scattered over the club. The guests promptly broke half a dozen bottles of liquor on the floor, but there wag no other confusion. , After releasing the guests and members : of the chorus and . orehea- Ira. the officers began a methodical raid of the place "for liquor and other evidence. When Manager Jacob Spielman reftsed to give them the combination to the safe, they decided to try to burn it open. PLASTER CAST , OF TIRE CLEW Officers Hunt for Fiend Who Killed and Mutilated Little Girl. SAN DIEGO, Cal, March 12 -^A plaster cast of'a tire track and two strands of black hair-were the chief clews from which officers sought today to identify the fiend who killed and mutilated 10 year iold Virginia: Brooks. I The car tire cast waa 4nade from an imprint on Camp-Kearney mesa, _15 miles north of here, where the school girl's decapitated body was found in a sack Tuesday One 'of .the hair strands was caught under a thumb nail and the other on the Â·girl's left h'andy Hair from the head of a man who registered at a Los Angeles hotel as George Silvers and shot himself to death yesterday was sent here for, comparison- with the 'strands found in.Virginia's-hands'.' Â· Envelopes from a .San Francisco hotel were found in his room. He had obliterated his name from a wallet and key ring. ' Triplets Named Amos, .. /Andy;.Madam Queen .' JACKSON, Ky,, March 12: (JPi-- Radio has its. devotees in, the heart of the Kentucky mountains. When triplets were born to Mr. and Mrs, Levi Deaton, at Wick, two boys and a girl, they were named'Amos, Andy and Madam Queen. " , . ' " Â· Â· ' ' *. Â·polls, Minn., shortly birth to a child. : '^. after giving Garner Men Preparef jtor Rockwell Grading Work 'GARNER, Feb: 12.--John Conway,; foreman for, the G. H. Lowe grading company and. Marvin Law Jeft'for Nashua Tuesday where they took charge of overhauling machinery for Mr. Lowe who has a contract for grading near Rockwell. Mr. Lowe had - the contract froirf Klemme to Garner on' No. 15 last summer. Robert Colback, M. Alex- indra and Â· Tom . Parrington will move the machinery and camping outfit that was-stored,here during the winter to Nashua the last'of the week. . Â· ' i MARCH 12 Â· 1931 , Priced Down A strong^ practical hollow-back spade; you'd .pay $1.00/for it at-most stores. , I VALUE DEMONSTRATION Setting a New Standard of Thrift fnm (oa/t to Coast CHOPPERS x SATURDAY ONLY Genuine Imported Choppers are offered one day only at this Value Demonstration price.' - . TOWELS 19' Double .thread turWsh towels that are N 22x44. .Colored -borders in rose, blue, gold, helio and green. LINEN CLOTH Â· Imported Linen Crash lunch cloths; 54x54 inches, with colored borders in blue, gold, rose and,green. Save on a Wrench Set $O.95 Â· / Â· ' Â· ' Gas Heater M.95 -".'' 11.'Â· .-.-. Â· A double, coil -gas water. ;heater . "t h a t heats quickly and uses little gas. .. .Sprayer $O.95 . ' ^^^f Compressed atr sprayer. .Galvanized tank holds 3% gallons. Tested to 60 pounds. Forty cadmium rustproof pieces packed ; in a 14-in. steel tool box with | tray, including ratchet, screw driver, universal joint. Autogas Range $i1.85 Â·Â· ' . - ' Â· , A range that, will do everything that a city, gas range will and at a great saving. Easy to operate.. t- ,50 Set Introduced 3 years ago, and sold exclusively by Sears, the "Nat-Ura-Tan" is nowone of America's most popular harnesses. A secret: process makes, this riatural dark .brown leather highly resistant to animal heat and decay.; 2 Days Left Pad, Cover , Third; . Less' ..Cover your ironing board with this heavy pad and* cover, all: it .'one'.price. Men's Wateliel $3.95 Six-jeweled .watches; with . raised gilt figures on the , dial, and fine Waldemar chain. It is tHe~$7;50 grade. MEN'S SOCKS 'for 6 pr. : 89 Men's-fancy rayon and cotton socks. Sizes KTto JL2. 5 patterns to choose from. Sport Jackets $ 0.59 100%..Â· Pure Â· iWbol ^Sport- Jacket.- V ne'qk, elastic rib stitch, two .pockets. ' ..""' for the Least Ever! $Af\.50 Less Tubes Sears booght the fine walnut veneer cabinets at less than half price! So here is a triple screen- grid, with tone control and 12- inch super-dynamic speaker. Terms, small carrying charge. A $ 3 9.50 Brief Case Genuine split leather. - Two pocket case. Lock is adjustable. Electric Stove $2= Fully guaranteed two burner electric .stove. Sold nationally at $6.50. 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Glider Couch Now for , $ . 9 8 Glidfhg back and- forth smoothly, noiselessly on its easy-swinging patented action, it will be the ".most sought-after nook in your'home this^ summer. No won- . der .T. it is so comfortable! Padded seat and back, covered with durable drill, green and orange striped. Strong steel frame. - Overalls and Jackets--Now Each This is the kw.est price we have seen -since 1912 for standard heavyweight blue denim'overalls and jackets! Sears bought a. tratnloodoi 2.20 weight white-back blue denim at a pricS---and saved astonishingly! Now it's -your turn to ^s'ave :On these roomy; foil cut gar-, meats, made to Sears' rigid specifications, with triple- stitched seams that refuse to rip (money back if they do!) Belt Set for 89c ' A real leather belt widi chain and enameled buckle, sold elsewhere for $3. Alarm Clock 89c A thin model, unusually well designed. 30-hour movement,enclosed bell. A Clean-up 29c The finest kind of fibre broom made, outwears several ordinary ones. .25 Pump $Â·[.02 Requires less effort because of automatic valve. Others ask about $1.25. Tool Box For fishing tackle, tools, skid chains, etc. AU steel, with automatic lift tray. Yours f o r $0.25 ' ^^p^^^f Â· . Barrow with leak-proof seamlesssteeltray. Holds 3 cu. ft. of dry material. Wres Mounted Free Batteries Installed 12-14 First St. N. W. Mason City, Iowa. SEARS, ROEBUCK AND Co* STORE HOURS Daily 8 to 5:30 Saturday . . 9 to 9:80 Telephone 664. Â« *- }Â» .,..4?!