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March 16, 1931

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

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Hi », A 4 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 16 tm 1931 READ DIARY OF SLAIN STUDENT Hindu · Youth Names Prin _ cipa! in Gang He Had Been Watching:. MARYSV1LLB,- Ca!., March 16 UPh-A diary written by Sant. Ram Pahde, i University of California .Hindu student whose headless body was found in thb Sacramento river near Rio Vista-March 4, gave impetus today to an Investigation ol his death. : ~ Sheriff .Charles McCoy said' the diary named Mukund Singh among the principals in a Hindu ganj Pande was investigating. Singh woe in the Sacramento jail, where he was taker) Saturday when he ant Tara' Singh iwere arrested anr 1 charged : with : the murder of Pande . Entries were dated from Jan. 1 to Jan. 28, six days.,prior to the time Panda was last seen alive in Marysville. DOGlftVESTlFE OF SOVIET CHIEF Russian Official in Japan Wounded by Bullet of Assassin. TOKYO, .March 16. CM--Police credited a dog with having saved the life of a higtf soviet official from an assassin here today.. The intended victim, Paul ' keieff, soviet.commercial counsellor here' and chief of. the\trafie delega- gation handling the Japan-Russian fisheries dispute, was wounded dangerously. He probably would have been shot to death, police asserted, had not a dog belonging to a Japanese neighbor hjterferred. Nobukatsu Sato, 34, later surrendered, declaring he was responsible for the shooting. Anikeieff was leaving his home when the assassin leaped to the running- board of his automobile and opened fire with a small automatic pistol. Two bullets struck the.Rus- sian before the dog leaped at the assassin. The man swung on the dog. sending two shots into its body, then returned to Anikeieff. The Russian received the last bullet in his chest Physicians said Anikeieff probably would recover. . Authorities said Sato had interviewed Anikeieff several times recently in connection with timber concessions in Siberia which the assailant desired but failed to'reach satisfactory- conclusions. Sato contended his loss approximated ?50,000. ' :. · : PRINCE GHIKA TO PLAN HIS FLIGHT Rumanian Air Minister to Leave United States for Home. LOUISVILLE, Ky., March 16. UP) --Prince Jeani Ghica, air minister of Rumania, plans to sail for home Wednesday and upon his arrival at Bucharest .wilt complete final details for his flight from that .city to Capetown, -South. Africa.. The prince outlined his plans hero today, before taking off for New York. The prince and his party, flying a new Emsco plane, landed here last night enroute from Los Angeles to New York. Prince Chica said his flight to South Africa, which will be ovei many miles of territory never before seen by white men, is part of -his program for promoting aviation in his country. He will leave Bucharest sometime during April, he said. The flight across the -United States was planned as a test' flight The Emsco, a huge monoplane, purchased at Los . Angeles, will be shipped to Bucharest. The projected South African flight will cover approximately 5,200 miles and the air minister hopes to better a record set by Dieudonne Coste and Maurice Bellonte. Hugh Morrison, ,0ne of Britain's Richest Men, Long Dl, Deac LONDON, March 16. OB--Hugh Morrison, 62, one of the weathiea men in Britain, died here yesterday after a long illness. Morrlsoh recently resigned hia seat In parliament, which he heir for 13 years. His fortune was sup posed to be several times the amtmnt left him by his uncle in 1922, about $55,000,000, acquired in the silk trade. One way Gandhi has it on the rest of us is, a bath towel doesn' bag at the knees.-- Macon Tele graph. SUNSET CURFEW FOR IOWA DOGS, HOUSE MEASURE PROPOSES MOINES, March 16. .W»-- Curfew-for. Iowa dogs may ring at sunset. . - · . Representatives H. N. Hanson, Winhebago county,'S. B. Durant Hancock, and George Hopkins, Guthrie, introduced a bill today to require dogs to. stay on their premises between sunset and silnrisa unless accompanied by their owners. Ail dogs running at large at night would be declared a public nulsanca and could be seized and killed as provided by law. HiRAlEJflTtLE DIES AT OS AGE ·* Printer Succumbs Six Weeks After Wife's Death; 3 Children Survive. OSAGB,.' March 16.--Hiram E. Tuttle, 67-, died here this morning six weeks after the death of his wife. His illness was similar to her and resulted from internal complications. Mr. Tuttle, who was a printer, was born in Ml Carroll, HI., and came here to attend the Cedar Valley seminary in 1886. For the past 25 years he was head of the printing plant^fot the Gardner nurseries here. He is survived by three children,' Mrs. Ruth M. Conner of Rudd; Mrs. Dorothy V. Sampson of Claremont and David W. TUttle, deputy county clerk here', and one brother, George of Savannah, HI. Funeral services will probably be held Wednesday. 2 GLARKSVILLE YOUTHS INJURED Sylvester Walks 12 Miles to Town While Still in . Dazed Condition. March 16.-- LJoyd Miller and John Sylvester, )oth local high'school. youths, were njured Saturday night 12 miles east of here on Highway 218 when he car in which they were return- ng from Wayerly and another auto :ollided. Sylvester, who was knock- d unconscious by the accident,' ater revived and in a dazed condi-' tipn walked 12 miles to Clarksville where he was found at a filling sta- ion. He Suffered cuts and bruises n hi a head. Miller was taken to he hospital at Waverly where he s recovering. He was unconscious at 'first and suffered cuts on his ace and other bruises.- "- ,. . ' ' ' CONSCIENCE'S VOICE COAXES BAD CHECK WRITER BACK AGAIN MAQUOKETA, March 16. The small voice of conscience haa coaxed Ralph Oakes, 24, back to Siaquoketa from Wichita, Kans., to face charges of cashing worthless checks, i Oakes, after' waiting in County Attorney E. L. Schoenthaler's office for half,an hour, told the offloiiil he had cashed more than $100 in worthless checks three weeks ago and gone to Wichita. He told the attorney he "got to thinking It over" in Wichita anc realized he'd never be happy so long as his cpnsclence bothered hlrru -Officers had sought him at Clinton and Mollne, HI., where he hac formerly worked. Subdistrict Declam Is Held at Decorah DECORAH, March 16.-Jn the subdistrict declamatory contest held Friday evening winners were: Oratorical, Robert Co oil, McGregor; dramatic, Dorothy Hall, Decoral) and humorous, Tommy Phillips, West Union. Way to Get At a Cold Is Through the Bowels · As soon as you catch cold, the pores close; perspiration ts checked. Gases and waste can't escapfe through the skin. That's why your doctor's first advice in case of colds is a mild laxative like cascara. Medical authorities agree it actually strengthens bowel muscles. You get cascara in its m~ost pleasant form in candy Cascarets. Remember this when you qatch cold; whenever breath Is bad; ton gue coated; or you're headachy, bilious, constipated. · Why resort to harsher, things when Cascarets activate the bowels so quickly, so harmlessly and pleasantly--and cost only a dime? Amazing Gland Discovery Revolutionizes Medical Science Weak, Worn-out, Run-down Men and Women Regain Health and Pap by Taking Gland Extracts. . _ operations are no longer stored youthful pep and energy to vJaecessary, according to scientists thousands, say users, druggists and of the world's largest .gland labora- doctors, who recommend this new- bay. They now extract the vita! gland day, stimulating, Invigorating tonic, serum from bulls, groats, boars, nuns Get Information on MOREX from " d °^ffi y it^M£m± SSSffi?- »* va ' 0 " "* flth " """* £frS U °T^Sfc rntt BOOK ON GLANDS are combined in MOREX Write for your copy to Preferred Gland Tonic, and for Products, Dept. --, 888S Hollywood '" years it ha: re- Blvd., Hollywood, California. MOREX G L A N D TONIC MRS. RUTH CAMPBELL FOUR DELIGHTFUL DAYS i - i - r i i WITH Doors Will Open At 1P.M. BRING YOUR PENCIL AND NOTEBOOK Mrs. Ruth Campbell WHO WILL CONDUCT the Mason City Globe - Gazette's Lecture Will Start At 2P.M. BRING YOUR PENCIL AND NOTEBOOK (.1 ,- s-F' Firrr Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday MARCH 24, 25, 26, 27 High School Auditorium T HIi Cooking School is being brought to the housewives of this community because it will be a delightful occasion. Under the direction of a nationally admired Lecturer, it wili be beneficial and interesting. The stage setting at the hall will include a modern kitchen for the demonstration and explanation of many practical recipes.There will be simple explanations of timfe and labor-saving devices. Handy kitchen utensils will be used to make the preparation of ordinary as well as unusual dishes a delight. No detail is being overlooked to make this a successful event. Attractive programs including the demonstrated recipes are being printed for daily distribution to the audiences. GIFTS Everybody is invited to attend--without charge or obligation to anyone. No tickets will be required. It is suggested shopping, marketing duties and tradesmen's calls next week be arranged for mornings as far as practicable, in order that every session may be attended and enjbyed,, tfS^

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