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MASON CITY GLOBE^GAZETTE, MARCH 25 Â· 1937 Â·FIVE \\ I Soldier of Fortune "Â·; Sought for Theft . of Gold From Mine D E N V E R , (fP)--Thefts ;f rom Homeslake, the world's largest gold mine, spurred a Pacific coast hunt for a soldier of fortune. Rowland II, Goddard, district secret service chief, said the fugitive was Parks du Pont, self ' styled former member of the French foreign legion. . ;Du Pont, Goddard asserted, was 'under.indictment at Deadwood, S. Dak., charged wtih selling about $5,000 in gold to a Denver assayer under an assumed name.' Thomas Hickenlooper, Former State Solon, Mayor of Albia, Dies ALBIA, (ff")--Thomas Hickenlooper, 60, former Monroe county clerk, state 'legislator and mayor of Albia, died Wednesday night at liis home here after several weeks illness with influenza and a stroke followed by pneumonia. Cars Are Damaged. BRISTOW -- Mrs. H. L. Searle while driving to Allison, Monday, had a collision with a car from Dumbnt. Both cars were damaged but neither occupant injured. . W Tune In . . Tonight and Every Night j . Front Page News . . KGLO . , at 11 P. M. ^ New Spring MALLORY "Nockaboiit" HATS for EASTER To most well dressed men, the approach of EASTER means a new Mallory . . . and this EASTER the new Mallorys are finer . . . smarter, more colorful than ever before. See your Mallory "Nockabout" for EASTER tomorrow here .. . . from North Iowa's largest hat department. QUALITY Â· S E R V I C E Â· S A T I S F A C T I O N Sow ^ AT NUMBER SEVEN SOUTH FEDERAL ^J Open Saturday Evening Till 9:30. ATTENTION! A May we suggest if it is convenient that you select your EASTER suit and topcoat now . . . so that we may make the proper alterations ond deliver in time for EASTER wear. But ... even if you come in at the very last minute Saturday . . . of course we'll gladly give you Abel Son, Inc., service . . . and we promise you delivery for EASTER Morn! STERLINGWORTH'S $70 $75 $31 ^a\J _Â£Â»*-# kj B SOCIETY BRANDS $40 M5. *50 HICKEY-FREEMANS and $ BICYCLE TAGS ARE PROPOSED Winona Council May Pass Ordinance Requiring Licenses. "WINONA, Minn.--License tags must be obtained for every bicycle in Winona and each bicycle used in the city must be equipped with a front, light and rear ligtu or reflector if an ordinance given a first reading by the city council is adopted. The bicycle ordinance was first proposed last summer and urged for passage recently by a large delegation of Lions club' members as a safety measure. Provisions Are Listed, It provides: 1. That no person shall ride or propel a bicycle upon any street or other public highway in Winona without first having obtained 'and attached to the bicycle a proper license tag, which is to be issued by the city recorder on- written application of the bicycle owner, must be fastened securely on the bicycle and cannot be transferred from one bicycle to the other. 2. The registration is permanent and need not be renewed each year. No fee is to be charged. 3. No person shall ride or propel any bicycle on the street or highway in the city with another person on the handle bars or in any position in front of the rider. 4. All bicycle riders must obi serve the ordinary traffic signs and rules and stop for all arterial highways. Must Carry Lamp. 5. In the time between half an hour after sunset anud half an hour before sunrise or any other time when a person 200 feet ahead of the rider is not clearly discernible to the rider the bicycle must carry a lighted lamp on the front which is visible at least 300 feet, and a reflector mirror or lamp al the rear visible for at least 200 feet. 6. No person shall ride or propel a bicycle in a reckless or erratic rftanner, or diagonally acrosb a street or highway or in any manner other than in a reasonably straight line and as near as practical parallel with the curb, except when turning at intersections. 7. No more than two persons shall ride abreast. Penalty Is Provided. The proposed ordinance sets a maximum penally of $100 or SU days' imprisonment for violation of any terms of the ordinance, among them one which prohibits the mutilation of the tags. A license remains in effect as long as the bicycle for which it was issued remains in possession of the applicant. Would Check Thefts. Advantages .claimed for the ordinance ;are- that it- would help check or' stop frequent thefts of bicycles, help identify reckless riders or riders injured in an accident, and would impress on youthful riders the need for observing t r a f f i c regulations. A 25 cent fee provision was in the first draft of the ordinance submitted to the council by City Attorney Harold K. Brehmer, bill this was eliminated and the plates will not cost the riders anything. Aldermen estimated there are about 2,000 bicycles in Winona, and said the cost of metal tags would,not exceed $100. Real Estate Transfers . Â« . f E R V I C E Â· S A T I S F A C T I O N L A B E L SON ^W 5 ^^y AT NUMBER S E V E N S O U T H F C O E R A L r JM \sr Cotton, Bertha A., to Earl H. Johnson, ?1, quit claim deed, undivided one-half interest in lot 17 and the north 20 feet oÂ£ lot 16; and an undivided one-half interest in lots 14, 15 and IS except the north 20 feet of lot 16, all in M. M. Burns' addition to Mason City. March 9, 1937. Ridgeway, Joy, treasurer Cerro Gordo county, to John Senneff, $10, lots 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 9, 10, 12 and 12 in block 1, Law's addition to Mason City. March 17. 1937. ' Ridgeway, Joy, treasurer Cerro Gordo county, to John Senneff, 51, lot 2, block' 4 in Law's Heplal of blocks 3 and 4 in Law's addition to .Mason City. March 17, 1037. Ridgeway, Joy, treasurer Cerro Gordo county, to John Senneff, $46, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 9, 12, 13, 14 and 15 in block 2; lots 3, 4, 5, 6 in block 3; lots 7 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 17 and 18 in block 3; lots 1, 3,'4, 5, G, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 in block 4; and lots 8, 12, 13 and 14 in block 5; and lots 3, 4, 5, 7, 9, 10 and 11 in block G; and lots 3 and 4 in block 7, all in Law's addition to Mason City/March 17, 1D37. Phalen, Tim R., sheriff, to Alma Mann, 82,000, lot 20, block 1 in H. E. Francisco's second addition to Mason City. March 17, 1937. Weed, John A., to Ethel A. Weed, SI, lots 5 and 6 in block 12 in Village of Clear Lake, quit claim deed. March 20, 1933. Duffield, Fred G., and wife, to M. J. Haaheim, $1, quit claim deed, lot 235 in A. T. -Parker's rcplat of Lots A and 214 to 235, inclusive, in Forest Park, an addition to Mason City. March 5, 1937. Duff/eld, H. S., and wife, to M. J. Haaheim, ?I, lot 235 in A. T. Parker's replat of Lot "A" and of lots 214 to 235, inclusive, Forest Park, Mason City. Dec. 19, 103G. Grand View Development Co., to E. B. Cory $1 Lots 2 and 3 in B 8, the Highlands add. to M. C. 3-12-37. Luscomb, Amy and hus. et al to Nina'L. Paulson, Q C D L 6 B 27 M. E. A. Tuttle's second add to Clear Lake; L 4 B 1, original plat of Clear Lake, 8-31-22. Phalen, Tim R., Sheriff to Earl P. Amundson $4,055.27 L 1 4 in B 39 in I. R. Kirk Replat of Blocks 17, 38, 19, 27, 32 and 30 in South M. C. except the E. 32 ft. thereof 3-24-37. Featuring Smart New ACCESSORIES COMPLEMENT YOUR SUIT WITH THE RIGHT BLOUSE 'Lace . Georgette. Chiffon Frilly! Feminine! BLOUSES $1.98 to $3.98 If you are the type to wear frilly, frivolous things ..'. . and if your suit coils for a lighter treatment . . . then select one of these charming models from our Blouse Department. MAIN FLOOR ' Linen . . . Silk . . . Cotton Trim! Tailored! BLOUSES $ L98 to $3.98 Top your mannish suit with one of these smartly tailored blouses . . . give it that up-to-the-minute air by wearing linen, silk crepe, or cotton in a tailored effe'ct. MAIN FLOOR Attractive Bright PURSES $ 1.00 to $6.90 "Accent your costume with color" is the style motto of the moment. Let the right bag do its part in the color scheme of your Â·ensemble . '. . Thes'e purses combine both fashion correctness ond excellent quality. MAIN FLOOR Beautiful McCallum Hosiery See these tissue sheer, crepe twist chiffon stockings in shades to be worn with your Spring ensembles . . . Most popular are Peter Pan, Cigarette, and Swagger . . . in either 2 or 3 thread chiffon. MAIN FLOOR Gay, New Fabric GLOVES $1.00 Fabric gloves are an important color spot in your ensemble . . . combine them with your purse in producing an effective accessory color scheme. See the new novelty materials and clever style treatments. MAIN FLOOR , Easter Boutonnieres 59 C to $1.00 Add a touch of color to your Spring suit-by wearing a small, gay boutonniere . . . Use flowers for all occasions .-, . t h e y are new . . . smart . . .charming! MAIN FLOOR Smart BELTS $1.00 Belts enter into the fashion pic^ tur in a flash of color. Nothing can be smarter than a . bright belt. Wear them with dress, suit, or coat. MAIN FLOOR Lovely Spring Neckwear $1.00 If you fashion your own dresses, there are many new designs in our Spring collection of neckwear that will be flattering to any style. Select your today. k MAIN FLOOK Latest Handkerchiefs 10 C 25 C 35 C Gay Spring Prints . . , Appliques . . . Plain Colors . . . distinguish the new handkerchiefs. Carry an appropriate handkerchief with each costume. MAIN FLOOR MAIN FLOOR MAIN FLOOR !SE3!EHK'.ayaS33!i^!R3nBS3^^ rtaEmia^avijiEttA^^ !^^ ^ i *Â»*fi^^ r;,:4Â»,i)...; _______ :,..^.kX~tf^;t:.:.:':i... .:.'JJ^~-^ ,. . Â·Â· . Â· Â· Â·..-Â·Â·^-.