Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 25, 1931 · Page 4
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Mason City, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 25, 1931
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P MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE WHEN A CHILD TAKES COLD watch ft/5 Bowels! A CHILD'S cold: can checked in a few hours by giving his bowels the proper care. Dr. Caldwell proved this, time alter time, in his 47 years' practice. Dr. Caldwell's fame was acquired as a specialist in the ills of women and children. His record of having attended over 3500 births without loss of mother or .baby is believed unique in American medical history. ' The laxative used in his prac^e --a compound of pure herbs, pepsin and other mild"ingredients--is ideal for the bowels-of any child; .You have this famous doctor s word that it is safe even for a.tiny infant. Every child likes its syrupy taste. ! It acts quickly, but cannot gripe. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin will remove all the sickening mucus ·waste when a child has caught cold. ,It relieves the headaches, biliousness, belching, bloating, etc., due -to constipation. It keeps the bowels open in. children's diseases. Keep Dr. CaldweH's Syrup Pepsin -handy to use when.any member of your family needs a safe, certain laxative. It is good "for all ages!' All drugstores have it. FREE BOTTLER i Mail to "SYKUP PEPSIN," J Mrmticello, Illinois.' I Please send trial bottle of Dr. I CaldweH's Syrup Pepsin, entirely I FREE ' \Name p. o. D 'NEW'AND USED Electric Motors Whenever you want to buy a new, motor or have your old one repaired. Come'and see us. We are prepared to give you real service. : -Wo Rewind Armatures of All Kinds,' · ZACK ELECTRIC 306 Second S. W. BROS. COMPANY Phono 977 These Local Firms are co-operating w i t h the Globe-Gazette in sponsoring ' The Cooking School HOLCUMB ASKS HAULING PERMIT Seeks to Haul Freight From Mason City to Plymouth for Merchants. .Fred Hoicumo of Plymouth appeared before F. P. Woodruff of the railroad commission at the Hotel Hanford Monday and made applica- ,tlon for a certificate of public convenience and "necessity for the hauling of freight frojn Mason City to Plymouth. Mr. Woodruff took the matter under advisement and said ,he would'make his decision.later. The application was made, on the grounds that the. railroads did not urnish adequate' service. The ..only objector was the Rock Island rail- pad, which contended it had daily service to a point near Plymouth. To evidence, however,- was offered )y the objector. Several Mason" City wholesalers and Plymouth merchants testified in behalf of Mr. Holcumb, who was represented at the hearing by Attorney L. R. Boomhower. 30,OlTfOENTER MUSIC CONTESTS 408 Schools Will Compete at 39 Centers; Finals to Be in May. ROYAL ADMIRAL Resplendent in the brilliant uniform of a British admiral, King George V. of England is shown in the first official photo made since his rec'ent illness. It is an English tradition that the monarch hold 'the rank of honorary admiral of the navy and field marshal of 'the army. money may he judged from a list of contracts, -between/the 'government and a typical baker's dozen of American shipping companies, which Senator Kennth McKeUar of Tennessee made a part of the record of congressional proceedings last June, shown in the accompanying box. *,. *, * PERHAPS the $5,495,949 difference i between what the mails would have cost on a strictly businesslike basis acd what the ^government actually contracted to pay for theni, was judiciously devoted to the upbuilding of the American merchant marine, altho John Nicolson, long connected with the U. S shipping hoard, who dug up Senator McKellar's figures for him does say: "It is difficult to treat scriousls a contention that a subsidy to offset operating differentials shouk not only amortize the original in vestment but should yield to the subsidized line twice or thrice tha investment. Such a contribution i not a subsidy; it is a gift." At any rate, according to Con gressman Kelly, it is not an.expen diture in- the postoffice depart ment's interest and he does no propose to have it, or similar en couragement given to aviation counted against' the mail service Air mail subventions, to be sure. re not so easy to estimate accur- tely, because there is no Interna- ional Postal union average to corn- are them with, .but it generally is ecognized that they are considerable. V * * * [N ANY matter connected with his favorite service the Pennsylvania congressman : is not to he trifled with, either. Not satisfied with merely protesting against the saddling of thJ wstoffice with the cost of "projects aot justly chargeable to it," he got a law.passed last year classifying such items under a separate heading Thus he is officially as well as theoretically correct in disputing the 5100,000,000 deficit claim, and placing the amount at only $5S,- 000,000. Well, even §58,000,000 is a tidy sum. "Yes" a g r e e s Congressman Kelly, "but let us keep one great institution as the embodiment of another motive than financial gain --the motive of co-operative .service Here is no business to show a favorable 'balance or be branded as a failure. Here is a service to be extended to the utmost, whether the extensions show a money loss or a money profit. That service is one of the birthrights of every American and we should not curtail it." BOAT BILL NOW BEFORE SENATE Licensing of Pilots in Iowa Considered in Measure by Committee. DBS MOINES, March 25. Seeking to prevent a repetition of the 1929 Lake Okoboji boat disaster in which nine lives were lost the-senate conservation committee has introduced a bill providing for licensing boats and pilots on Iowa waters. "* Motor boats would not be al lowed to be operated faster than 15 miles an hour between sunse and sunrise. The bill includes a draft of rules for right of way, a set of signals and provisions fo certain types of lights. All waters within the state a bor MARCH 25 ders would be affected.'Boats oper- · ited for hire would be .required ^to mv' a fee of from-§1 to 525, y 1 ^ fi y for yivate boats. Public craft would be required to have ,air tanks and exhaust mufflers. An amendment to the fish and game commission bill uniting' that department with the , state board of conservation has been offered by Senators C. G. Cole of T De aware county, E. R. Hicklin of Louisa, A. · V. Blackford of Van Buren, C. L. Rigby of Cedar and H. C. White of Benton. The departments would be combined under a commission -o£ six members appointed after the present conservation board members complete their .terms. Four divisions would have charge, respectively, of fishing and stream pollution, hunting and trapping, parks and playgrounds and the force ot deputy, wardens. Virtue is its own reward, and frequently its own press agent.--Cedar Rapids Gazette. _ IOWA CITY, March 25.--Thirty thousand high school pupils Thurs day tune instruments and^ pitcl voices for the first round of compe titioii -which eventually will , leac some of the competitors to the stat music festival at the University o Iowa next May. In, 39 centers, a total of 401 schools J entered these subdistric contests'and tie-champion in eac event will qualify for the district af fairs' of April 9, 10 and 11. The initial competition will con tirme thru Saturday and will re move from the race many hundreds of individual musicians and groups. It will involve the largest number of entries'in the five-year history of the Iowa high school music association. Eighty-one schools on the -rolls make the central district the largest of the six In the subdi strict e'vents. The two preliminary rounds will make about 3,500 boys and girls from some 125 schools eligible for the festival at Iowa City May 7, 8 and 9. With the addition of three championship events, the affair now has a/total of 33 different branches of aid ' is immaterial) for reasons entirely Independent of postal welfare." * * * N OTABL'Y the Keystone representative refers to subventions made to shipping and aviation lines, under the guise of payments for carriage of the mails, which are, in fact, carried, but at no such expense, according to the Pennsyl- vanlan, as the sums allowed would indicate. . · . That they run into important 4**^ COST OP MAILS ON VARIOUS SHIPLINES- Number of Line . ' . voyages tiykes Bros: Steamship Co: New York Cuba Mail Steamship Co. Oceanic Oriental Navigation Co... 12 30 66 20 34 20' 63 15 6 22 Amount -which wouM have teen · payable at poundage rates under tne International Postal Union 5 2,600 375 735 19,450 1,400 1,770 30,000 165 33,200 1,395 - 680 3 278 Amount actually paid or contracted tor $ 260,000 165,000 195,000 1,378,000 , 147,000 820,000 390,000 157,000 920,000 466,000 235,000 102,000 352,000 m ^i' *" A) W^R #iHl3^i L B^ For Two Persons- r^.r^ Q n i y fi.OO Additional-AnyRoom · *"^ KAi-Li Dru-iH wrrvt PRIVATE. BATH V i f For One Person . EACH ROOM WrtW PRIVATE BATH LEXINGTON AVE. 48th ST. Frank Gregson J- LesP1 j eesi £j nnfccald OlncSalTor American Hotels Corporation ve s on a South Sea Tramp --says Chesterfield af - · Jacob E. Pecker Sons W J Daly Gompany Blanchard's Iowa Slate Brand Creameries First National Bank Mier Wolf Sons Hathorn Auto Co. Plymouth Co-Op* Creamery Mason City Baking Co. Hermanson Brothers L; : B. Higley Ca ··; Peoples Gas Electric Co* K^mble's Greenhouse The Merkel Company Lyons Cleaners Mason City Hardware Co, Gurrie-Van Ness Co. Iowa Tea Company Michael Drug Go. Letts Spencer Smith Co. D, K. Lundberg 'Co* Manning Brothers Pfaff Baking Company Carl Grupp Food Market Tyler-Ryan Furniture Co. Vance Music Company Sanitary Dairy Thn Cooking School will continue Thursday and Friday . . . high school 'auditorium. A * . . " *»*11A, -J; \-lCfcJ^J^vJi rj J . _ . . tnaWmba^xyldpnbna "and"^"jtipeorgaih iolo'contests and marching competition for bands. Musicians also will "lay almost every kind of an instru- -nent, vocalists will compete indi- fidually and in groups, and bands, ircbestras and small string, brass and woodwind'groups wil perform. Martin Amonson, 35, . Dies in Eagle Grove EAGLE GROVE, March 25--Martin Amonson, 35, died at the residence of his brother, Omer Amon- aon, Monday, following an operation for appendicitis about 10 days ago. Funeral services will be held at the Bast Side Lutheran church on Thursday afternoon. EXPENSE OF MAIL SHIPS IS HEAVY (Continued From rage 1). after those in the telephone business, but that the general public would benefit if telephone communication were included in the postal service." * * * CDPPOSE,' however, that the mail ·J service were to be de-govern- mentallzed and placed on the same basis as the national network of telephone systems. Then what? . "\Vhy," answers Congressman Kelly promptly, "conducted as a private .business, a great many of ie postoffice's conveniences .and ervices would be discontinued immediately. Rural free delivery, with all its value but with its $50,000,100 annual loss, would be first to Co. The only test of each service would be, "Does it pay?' If not, It would be sunk without a trace. ' "I favor the highest postal efficiency but there ia a vast difference between efficient service and effL- cient money-making. If private owners took over the postal service and rebuilt it on a profit basis, they would reduce services and increase charges. The government's duty i to improve service and lowe charges as far as possible." - * » *' . E VEN so, adds the Pennsylvania the postoffice deficit is no nearly as large as is represented. As stated by critics, it pow ap proximates a annual $100,000 000. "The a c t u a 1930 f i g u r e s a y s Congressman. Kelly, Vis about $58,000,000. Approximately $40,000. 000 of the supposed $100,000.000 is not spent for the posfof- fice's benefit at all, but to pro- ii; MM m o t e various Clyde'Kclly projects In which the government is interested (whether wisely or not ©1931, I4BOTT MYBUTOMCCOCO. you'll find me just around the corner ,,'s a small matter *h« you meet up with ChcsterfieW. The poiat V ' _ B ct acquainted! You'll find to change to Chesterfield a real change . .one JLh your palate will thank you forl Chesterfield uses choicer and m,lde r tobaccos-nothing else; and so blends and "cross-tods" them that you get jus, what you 'want in a smoke ... jm«rr'«M«* ^ "" """· NINETEEN years, our Research Department has kept intimate touch with every new development of Science that could be applied to the manufacture of cigarettes. During this period there has been no development of tested value or importance to the smoker whicli we have not incorporated into the making of Chesterfield curettes. Liggett Myers" Tobacco Co. They Satisfy --that's Vfkyl

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