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March 13, 1931

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 8

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00 - All You Nccd for In these days use your I * ! ^! 4} Even though you haven't all.the cash, you - can wear new.styles now.., We.Will give you the Easiest Credit in'Town. Luxurious Spring COATS Fur Trimmed. Of a. quality seldom sten at this low price. You will be sur- 191 |7S prised at our values"this season. Marvelous PRESSES SilkCtepesaniPrints COMMITTEES AT WORK ON PLANS Progressives Confident of Power in Next Session of Congress. WASHINGTON, March' 13. UP~ Confident of _ their power, ."-five groups of progressives are at work on specific legislation they Intend to get thru the next delicately-balanced congress.: _' ' · - . - ' . These committees were nanied at the conclusion of;the two day meeting here ,and constitute an organization, which will carry on indefinitely.- Specific legislation is to be prepared this summer and fall.. When congress convenes in its rebgular December, session,, the -progressives will nave enough votes to control it there are no other party desertions. '. "4 Sets Approved. Only four sets .of reports were approved as' the conference ended MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTK Every dress in our Spring variety carefully selected for its at tr a c t i v e and good - ON CREDIT Smartly Styled MENS SUITS of Better Worsteds MEN! A glance"'« these'.suits will sbow-ou that they.arc worth much faoie. .Tailored in the finest manner of excellent quality fabrics. ?1.DOWN SlwEEKUY, Mother of Four Babies . · F l till 2 SO. FEDERALS! "Although I am only 22 years old, I have four babies to care for. Before my first baby was born my mother urged me to take Lydia E; Pirikham's Vegetable Compound because I was so terribly weak. Ihad to lie down'four or five times a day. After three bottles I could feel a great improvement. I still take the Vegetable Compound whenever I need it for it gives me strength to be a- good mother to my^amily.' 1 --Mrs. Vern L. Denning*, 510 Johnson Street, Sanaw, Michigan. Lydia E, Pinkiiam's ^-those on tariff, iineinployriient, agriculture -and ^ representative government.": The * public utilities committee; guided 'by Senator Nor- ris.v republican, .Nebraska, conference chairman,, failed to '· complete its preliminary study befoze adjournment. . · , : ' . , . ' : ' The. .representative' government committee recommended: Study of the electoral college system, 1 passage of the . Norria · viame duck" amendment, abolition of "wire tapping" in enforcement, cessation of newspaper, magazine - and book censorship; admission 'of political refugee immigrants. · ' , Deplore" Failure." ; The unemployment group, under Senator LaFoHette,- deplored the "failure" of the administration to cope with the;depression. It-urged creation of a' cp-ordlnated national employment exchange system': like that embodies in. the Wagner bill which- President Hoover pocket- vetoed. : : . - · The tariff committee said present laws on this subject smack of "discredited log-rolling methods.", A further series of .conferences on agricultural -questions w a a planned by the group led by Senator Borah, republican, Idaho. Dougherty Cq-Op Society Wiir Gather on Satu rday DOUGHERTY, March 13.--The sixth annual meeting of the. Dougherty Farmers' Co-op society will be held at- Dougherty. Saturday. Reports and · other business will be taken up according to Secretary D. J. McLaughlin. Congregation at Stilson Honors'Pastor and Wife STTLSON, March 13.--Members of the U. B. church and others in tne community gathered at the church Wednesday evening to show appreciation for the revival services the Rev. and Mrs. L. B. Foster held the past three weeks. They were given a donation. Lunch was served. . · · ' · · ' . . . '· . . Receives Degree From College. CRESCO, March 13.--Stanley Hooper, son'of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hooper, farmers near Cresco, received his bachelor 6f science degree at Iowa State Teachers college. Cedar Falls. '· ·· · Scientific. FOR CONSTIPATION DEMONSTRATION Setting a New Standard of Thrift from Coast to Coast U R D A Y Is The CfOur Great Spring \ · . ^ ^*^^ nstration Come in and see these values Tires Hardware Housewares Electrical Appliances Towels and Lunch Cloths Men's Work Clothing · Clothing Accessories Radios Stoves Auto Accessories Electrical Wiring Supplies Sporting Goods Farm Supplies ;· Wall Paper Tlre» Monnttd Bollrrif. TeaftJ IZ-W Flrat N. W. -Mason CIlj SEARS, ROE BUCK AND Co. STORE HOURS Dally--8 lo B:30 ·(nlunl»r--9 to 0:30 Telephone 004 THOMPSON FIRES OPENING SHOTS Chicago Mayor Says Cermak N Hopes to Make Himself . - , Dictator. CHICAGO, March 13.. Cffl--The fireworks.,of'the mayoralty campaign have begun. "Big Bill" Thompson/the "cowboy" mayor of .Chicago,-opened his campaign for .re-election with an attack on his democratic opponent, Anton J. Cermak, chairman of the Cook county board.. : Mayor Thompson, who recently i won the republican nomination over · Judge John H. Lyle and others, and the right to contest for the'world's fair mayorship, told a political auai- ence in his opening campaign speech' yesterday that Cermak hoped ti make himself a dictator in national democratic politics. . . Cermak, the mayor said, is a "tool'!' of Silas Strain, the international banker. ' · . - . , "If elected.-mayor," ..said ..Thompson*'"he will pick.the next governor H» will have the state delegation to the next, democratic .national convention. The people will not support a dictatorship in this country." SHOALS PLAN HAS , ANOTHER BACKER - · ' . - , .(Continued From .Page 1. eminentalization of industry as ' a general proposition, but I certainly am for the government administration of natural resources." . . .1 ' * . . » " » R E T I R I N G , CO NGRESSMAN REECE had hardly moved out of his quarters in the house of representatives' office building- before incoming Congressman Lovette had begun to move in, and if the latter is' a fair sample of the type of lawmakers Mr. Hoover .will have to deal with during the second half of his administration, forecasts of a peck of trouble-. ahead for the white house tenant sound amply conservative. . ' · Perhaps it is significant, to men- tion-jiist one item, 0 that althp. the seventy-secorid congress will not meet until ,Dec. 7, except in the unlikely event -of an extra session, Representative Lovette is here already. · "There's a great deal of preliminary spade work to be done," he. pointed .out, "for there can be no" question that-'the right sort q£ a Muscle Shoals bill will have to be passed over the presidential veto. I can advantageously devote most of .the next few months to it, to avoid dillydallying when; the time comes. We shall have the necessary two- thirds majorities in both houses. I'm confident." ' · « « » 'THERE IS A no-compromise quaj- * ity about Representative Lovette. which should be'like a stiff hooker of something .highly stimulating to such Muscle Shoals advocates as Senator Norris, after their 10-year struggle to make a public service example for the whole country out of the great Tennessee river power project. " The Teunesseean, when I saw him a few days ago, had not had time to make a thorolstudy of the compromise which the congressional progressives actually did offer to the white house recently, and the rejection of which by Mr. Hoover was one of the final incidents preceding the legislators' adjournment. At any rate, the representative did not appear depressed by the circumstance of Its veto. r ' ' "Maybe!' he suggested, "we shall come closer to 100 per cent government ownership and operation as a result of having waited: Half a loaf is, better than death by starvation ' but the whole thing is preferable if delay only whets the.appetite." , - , » ' . » »'· ·· ., 1 pRJBPRESENTATrVE LOVETTE A * takes a real liberal's view of the : Muscle Shoals power situation. That is to say, while he naturally wants the power for the industrial development of the Tennessee valJey region he fully grasps the larger national issue involved and persistently emphasized by Senator Norris and his followers. The Nebraska senator's home bailiwick, it goes almost without stating, does not stand to profit directly from Shoals power, no matter how much of it there may be or how economically it may be generated. T h e ' Nebraskan's plan, quite frankly, has been.to make the Tennessee river plant's prices a "yardstick," as he expresses it, by which to establish a fair schedule of rates for privately-produced power everywhere. With the plant surrendered to private operation, or even under a system of private marketing of its output, he contends that this would be impossible; only-the government, he insists, can be trusted" not i to "pad" figures up to an artificial level. " A LL OF WHICH,", agrees Repre- ·»· sentatlve Lovette, "seems reasonable, " A 3 all ' w ? 3e providence makes water' run down stream and over a dam, and to have a power corporation include gravity as part of its Investment Is ridiculous.' "Trustworthy statistics for 1929 the latest available, showing an average industrial power rate thruout the United States of 13.4'mills a kilowatt hour, against a 0-mill rate in Ontario, surely needs accounting for. . 6 "The Tennessee river region not only wants power but it wants It on the best terms possible--an argument for the governmental experiment from a purely local standpoint. "If, in addition to that, Muscle Shoals can be made to set a standard, lowering prices for the entire country, we have the public spirit to be glad of that also." \ MARCH 13 1931 thai: are "qood companions' for our DISTINCTIVE GOATS Variety is the keynote of the new dresses featured at Merkel's. 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