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10 MASON CITY 'GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 19 1931 ^Clear Late GIofoe^Gazeite HELEN HENDR1CKS News Editor Residence Phone S40VV OFFICE PHONE No. 239 LEE DEWIGG1NS Circulation and Advertising Residence -Phone 67 CARP SEINING I BEGINS AT LAKE j. . * ,,. - Â· Fish Hatchery io Obtain 'i Specimen for Its I Aquarium. ; CLEAR LAKE, March 19.--A group of men employed by the'state Set the seines at the head of the Ipke for a haul of carp ,the first of Â·which was.to be brot in today. J. P. Bowers,, custodian of the fish, hatchery, stated that specimens would be taken for the aquarium. This haul will be an experiment which will Help the Â·'; state officials decide whether, it; is the proper time for the pike-fishing to begin. Seining for pifee. is the first" step in the process of the fish hatchery. Rebekahs to Convene .;. CLEAR LAKE, March 19.--the Rebekah Social circle will meet Friday afternoon at the I. O. O. F. hail. ' A program is being arranged for the afternoon. Because of the fitness of Mrs. J. H. Miller, Mrs. 3arl Johannessen will serve the 6 o'clock lunch. PARK THEATER . Clear Lake THURSDAY - FRIDAY Joe E. Brown Â« Winnie Lightner mm TO LOOK YOUNG? ; The secret of keeping young is to feel young--to do this you must watch your liver aid . bowels--- Ijhere's no need of having a sallow complexion--dark rings under your eyes--pimples--a bilious look in your face--dull eyes with no sparkle. Your doctor will tell you ninety per cent of all sickness comes from inactive bowels and liver. t Dr. Edwards, a well-known physician ia Ohio, perfected a vege- (iable compound as a substitute for calomel to act Â· on the liver and Bowels,. which he gave to his pa- 9ents for years.' Â·',.:Â·.; Â·'. Â· 4 Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets Â· are ? en tie in their action yet always ef- ective. They help'-bring about that natural buoyancy which'all should enjoy by toning up the liver and clearing the system of impurities. ;l Edwards Olive Tablets are by, their olive color. 15c, 30c, " Osage Lions Club, Stages Program at Lake CLEAR LAKE, March 19.--H..C.. Hill, Osage, acted as toastmaster at the Â· Lions dinner held Wednesday night at the Soda Grill. The Osage club, .which was a guest of the Clear'Lake club, provided the program. H. H. Mott and Mr. Kingsbury sang several selections and George H. Sawyer, superintendent of schools, talked on "Lionism." New Home Furnished for Park Custodian CLEAR LAKE, March : 19.--Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Furson, custodians of the state park on the south shore, have recently taken possession of their new home which -has been built by the 'state. The couple remains in their lake snore home thruout the winter months; Lake Teachers to Convene at Mason City CLEAR LAKE, March 19.--The Clear Lake school will be dismissed Friday so that the teachers may attend the tenth annual session of the North Central Teachers association at Mason City. 'Â·Â· DRIVE STARTED EAT IT Lac Qui Parle County oi Minnesota Selected for Beginning. Â· WASHINGTON, March 19. UP)-The agriculture department has begun a drive to -reduce Josses from wheat smut which last year amounted to $5,000,000 in the spring wheat area alone. A single Minnesota county,. Lac Qui Parle, has been selected for tha beginning, of the campaign ana there a serious attempt will be made by the department and local agencies to stamp out the infestation. The program Includes demonstrations of methods and results of seeii treatment on the farm, both by the tiry and liquid process.* In Lac Qui Parle county it wo, estimated the loss from, discounts on smutty wheat was Â§21,158 and loss-in yield 522,600. - Â·-- MODELS OF SHOW ARE ANNOUNCED Itage to Have Flower Garden Setting; J. C. Mawhinney in Charge. CLEAR LAKE, March 19.--The e co rating committee has begun vork on the background for the ashion show at the Community uilding Friday night. A triangular runway will extend from the stage vhere the models will, promenade. 'he master of ceremonies; and or- heatra .will be on a platform in the enter.. ; The stage setting will be a flower jarden. .J. C.-Mawhinney is at the. lead of the decorations. The merchants have announced heir models for the spring fashions. 6. T.: Hansen's and the Sondrol com- 'any will both show a line of silk Iresses, , ensembles, hats, coats, ouse dresses and suits. The Family Store, Hanson's and Sondrol's add jajam^s and bathing suits to the ist. The\ Peter Pan and Callanan Clothiers i are strictly confined to women's dresses, suits and hats and men's and- boys' clothing. Models.-for; the merchants have been selected. -The Peter Pan has procured Mrs;'Roy Peterson and VTrs. George Barrett, Mason City; tfrs. .X. Bless, Ventura;-Mrs. O. J. King and llarjorie Whipple. Sondro! company will show Mrs; Peter Knut- soh, Mrs:.A'._B. Phillips, Mrs. Ralph jngersol, Albera Joslyn and Louise Jensen. Â· The Family store has selected tfrs. Milton Olson, Myrna Rydson Jay Davis, Mildred Thompson and ilrs. Don Elphic. The Hansen store las chosen Dorothy DeBruyn, Al- ovene Kugler, Mrs. C. T. Mills, Mrs. Frank Rich and 'Norma Boelmke. The Callanan Clothiers have Keith JcGdwan, Kenneth Callanan, Max Callanan and Max Clausen for models. Only Short Time Left to take advantage of our ial Offer Free Premium and ' Easy Terms \ Don't forget the two Johnson rinse tubs we are including with each washer and the easy terms offered if you buy in March. Have your washer and tubs delivered today. $ 5 down AutoMatic D U O - D I S C ELECTRIC WASHER puts one in your home -- Balance SR.OO monthly. All the nerve-racking noises of meshing gears and reversing action are eliminated by the cable drive. The shiny porcelain tub will retain its'lustrous finish. The balloon wringer rolls mean faster and more efficient wringing. Â· Ask to have these and the many other features explained. 2 MODELS: $79.50 AND $99.50 JOHNSON RINSE TUBS FREE Peoples Gas Electric Co* P;C E . 'TOR BETTER APPLIANCES" Automobiles Cbllide Near Police Station The cars driven by. Arthur Flagman, Central Heights, and A. R. Hansen, 121 Fourteenth street northwest, collided at the intersection of First street southwest and the alley west of the police station Wednesday afternoon. Flagman was driving out of the alley. A fender on the Hanson car was damaged. FRIDAY IS LAST DAY TO REGISTER 100 Register in'One Day for Election of Councilman March 30. The final opportunity id register f or ,the coming city election is Friday; according to J. H. McEwen, city -clerk.: The office closes at 5 "o'clock. - - . About 100 persons registered Wednesday, according to records at the office. The registration this year has .been comparatively heavy, Mr. McEwen said. Friday, is also the final day to file petitions of candidates for city councilmen, according to Mr. McEwen. At present .five candidates have announced their intentions of running for the two places in the city council to be filled. A meeting of the city council has been called for 1:30 o'clock Saturday to canvas the petitions of candidates. WITNESS DENIES WOMAN HAD DIED Prosecutors Try to Prompt Memory of Doctor in Bowles Trial. HILLSBORO, Ore., March 19. UP) Prosecuting attorneys sought .today co prompt the memory of a witness as to the time of the death of Mrs. Nelson. C. Bowles, for which her husband and Miss Irma G. Loucks are on trial for murder. ' Dr. Paul B. Cooper, the witness, said he could not remember a statement he allegedly made Nov. 19, in which he was quoted as saying Mrs. Bowles was dead in Miss Lou.cks' apartment from a knife wound when he called an ambulance. Dr. Cooper denied the alleged statement- that Mrs. Bowles died 20 or 30 minutes" before he sum- mone'd an ambulance to remove the body. He testified that another statement, made Nov. 12, in which he said he telephoned before Mrs. Bowles died was correct. Bowles, a young Portland millionaire, and Miss Loucks, his sweetheart, contend Mrs. Bowles stabbed herself when she learned of their affairs. Postoffice Bids Arc Opened DAVENPORT, March 19. (UP) --Bids were scheduled to .be openet here today at the postoffice for demolishing the storage and garage buildings which now occupy the site of Davenport's new postoffice work of erecting which will start shortly. Winners Are Entertained. ROCK TALLS--The losing division consisting mostly of girls of the high school typewriting class gave a St. Patrick's party Tuesday evening to the winning boys in : a class contest at the home of Mrs. Usher. :he instructor. Superin t e n d e n t Solmes and Miss Dunkleberg were guests of the class. Nothing So Good to Swiftly Stop FIERY ECZEMA At Small Cost Here's a powerful Oil--An antiseptic ril and a highly concentrated oil that you can depend on to put to flight the most obstinate case of Eczema. If thru some miracle it should happen to fail Huxtable Drug Co., Michael Drug Co., or any real druggist will hand you back your money --freely. And only 85 cents for a generous bottle of Emerald Oil that will last a long time. Note Being: such an effective antiseptic remedy Moone's Emerald Oil is much used and with splendid results for Varicose Ulcers, Skin Blemishes, Itching Skin, Pimples, Acne and Psoriasis. Remember also that Athletes Foot is caused by germs which germicidal Emerald Oil kills, then the ifching of feet and toes stops and feet are healthy again. Complete directions with each bottle. TEACHERS . . . WELCOME TO MASON CITY and the LINCOLN CAPE We most cordially invite you to come to the Lincoln for f.ood enjoyment. You'll like it here . . . the Luncheons and Dinners will appeal. Fresh salads, ice cream treats, pastries of wonderful quality and goodness. Breakfasts served . . . order just what you like. Juicy steaks, choice chops for dinner. What food . . . and the surroundings here will delight you. WE HOPE YOU'LL COME OVER TODAY Lincoln Sandwich Shop and Cafe 16-18 SECOND STREET NORTHEAST READ THE G.-G, xCLASSIFIED ADS. VACATION RATES Via MINNEAPOLIS ST. LOUIS R. R. Coach Rate to Twin Cities and return. On sale each Friday. Saturday and Sunday. Return limit following Monday. A|- i-Â»/\ First Class Rate to Twin" Cities and return. On Â«J)D. I U sale daily. Return limit 25 days. ONE FARE PLUS 50c. Round trip all points. On sale March 27, 28, 29. Return limit April 7. ONE FARE PLUS 25c. Hound trip all points. On sale each Friday, Saturday arid Sunday morning. Return limit following Monday. Half fare for children. 150 Ibs. free baggage allowance. PHONE NO. 203 S. L. ZBA, Agent Gear Lake Briefs David Davenport, son of Mr. land Vtrs. J. C. Davenport, has recently een initiated into the Sigma Delta Chi, national fraternity of journal- sm. He is a senior student at the Jniversity of Iowa. We carry a full line of ignition ables. DeBruyn Super Service, Miss Carol Bell, daughter of Mr. : nd Mrs.-Harry .Bell, South ;Winnia treet, left yesterday for Osage /here she has accepted a position as qokkeeper for a shoe company. She as recently completed a course at le Hamilton College of Commerce, Hason City. Announcing 1 new milk delivery, juernsey milk lOc ,qt. Pi. 1F4. Mr. and,Mrs. J. Sllar, Albert Lea, ave rented the apartment of Mrs. .. E. Eld red, South Oak street. Mr. ilar is connected with the Schmidt ^onstruction company.-r ' The Rev. and Mrs. YV. B. Milno ac- ompanied Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Frost o Des Moines Tuesday where they visited their daughter, Billie Milne, who is employed in Brinsmaids. Pau! Smokstad has accepted n position as salesman for the Mc- iaughlin Coffee company. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Grout arrived this week from Watkins Glen Y., and will make an expended visit at the home of Mr. anc Mrs. Arthur Teed, Oakwood Park. Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Balniat havo returned from a month's stay in California where they visited Mrs Balmat's sister in San Diego. Mr Baimat attended the letting of th contract for the Hoover dam in tin Black canyon. Mr. and.Mrs'. L. A. Melnecko havi. returned; to :ttieir home at Lincoln Neb., after spending several weeks at the home of Mr. Meinecke's par ents, Mr."and Mrs. F. M. Meinecke Clara street. Joe Palmer returned Thursday from lujopolis, HI., where he attend ed. the funeral of his sister, Mra Martha Graham. . Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Young am son, Oskaloosa, have taken an apartment at the Avalon, North Third street. Mr. Young is a salesman for the General Motors. Mr. and Mrs. VV. H. Dlckirson spent Wednesday at Thompson at the home of 1 Mrs. Dickirson'g parents. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Rcdfearn and daughter, Enola, have left the Avalon apartments and moved into their cottage on^Dodges Point. Â· Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Hudson have rented a cottage for the summer on Glen Cove Drive. Mrs. Bertha Cane and daughter,. Evinelle Allen, Eagle Grove, have leased the Rogers hotel stand for the summer. They were in Clear Lake making preparations for the opening. Mr. and Mrs; B. C..O'Brien have returned from Alexander; Minn., and have purchased the Wo-He-Lo cottage at Oakwood park. Clear Lake. Demonstration Given.' KLEMME--The third "annual implement day at the Northern Lumber company Was held. Wednesday. A free movie show of farm machinery demonstrations WHS given at the opera house in the afternoon. 400 Expected at Conference CHESTER, March 10. (UP)-Young persons from Washington county assembled here today for an older boys' and girls' conference; C.' V. Brown,, president of the Washington county Sunday school assoc/atlon, said that approximately 400 would attend. Quality, Style, Service Facts Only-Truth Always \ uy Early an d Enjoy the Newness I F WE'were buying dresses, coats, hosiery or shoes merely to protect our bodies from the elements it might be the part of wisdom to wait until the end of the season and buy those things that have been rejected by thousands of other shoppers: They will sell for less then because the buying public has refused to pay regular price for them. A T TH1J; church, theater, club or wherever groups of women meeifat this season every new hat or garment is worthy of notice. In a few weeks everyone will have new Spring wraps and only those who are wearing a last season's garment will be so greatly different. The Spring season is upon us. Get your new wearing apparel now and have a full season's service. Why should anyone wait when they can for less than $20.00 find materials that they have been iic- customed to seeing at $35.00 and up? The dresses at $15.00 are all guaranteed pure dye silks. Never before have such values been offered. True silk has been just as reasonable as now but never so beautiful or so good. Coats this spring have style and workmanship plus. It's just one of those seasons when the lady who expects to wear her coat more than one year should buy. She will get style, workmanship and materials at prices any reasonable person should be glad to pay. Georgiana Wash Frocks at 59c We are going to do a good wash dress business this year,, and why not? Saturday we are offering 552 of those slightly irregular Georgiana wash frocks at 69c. If you have never attended one of these events ask your neighbor. None sold until Saturday. U Watteaus! Halo Styles! Turbans! New Spring Fashions That Demonstrate Their Unusual Values AT 500 + $750 4- $|0Â°Â° Skipper Blue Â· Java Black Beige The Rougher . . . the Better! says that surprising lady -fashion. Interpreted, she means that the Hats 1n our showing are of the new and ultra-smart rough straws, Ballyette, Baku, and Peanut 'stra%vs! And trimmed with ribbons, flowers, pert feathers or a sophisticated clash of the selfsame straw. FASHIONABLE ACCESSORIES FOR SPRING Stocking harmony with the costume and occasion for Spring 1931--by Gordon. Smart shades for street and r daytime-sports--afternoon and evening. Service, chiffon and semi-service weights. $1.35. $1.65, $2.00. Alexandra kid gloves in. gauntlet, 6 button and 8 button lengths. Eggshell, white, black and beige at $2.39, i52.9r, $3.95 and $5.50. Kayser leatherette gloves--gauntlet and 6 button lengths. White, doeskin, new beige and grey at Â§1.00, $1.50 and $1.75. Scarfs--new tubulars in stripes, plaids and Paisleys. Black ana white and contrasting color combiiutiona at $1.01) and $1.95. Costume jewelry--to compliment your new 1931 frock! A smart-collection of crystals, pewter, etc., for sports, street or afternoon wear. Eardrops to complete your ensemble. Priced from SI. to $2.50. Mesh bags--In the new featherweight, (pewter) and Spring color combinations at $2.95.