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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 13, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                scm A Lee Syndicate Newspaper Office 121123 Bast State Street 27 28 and S9 Telephone Numbers CEHKO WILL F W EARL HALL Editor LEE P Manager co BEiUBMCAN KsTnhlishril IHIil Weekly Globe Established October 1800 The Mason City Times Pounded in 1S70 Established May 1682 Daily Globe Issued Every Week Day MASON CITY COJIIANY iMEMHER OF THE ASSOCIATED IRKSS Tha Associated press exclusively entitled to the tor publication of all news dispatches credited to not otherwise credited In this paper and also all news published herein use It or local Official Paper in the City nnd County SUBSCRIPTION KATES Mason City and Clear LaltD Daily pDr ycar Daily per OutsiB City and Clciir Lake Daily per year by carrier Daily per week by carrier Daily per year by 6 months 3 months 1 Outside 100 mile zone daily per year 6 months 3 months 15 15 50 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FRIDAY JAN 13 1928 OUT TO MEET AVIATION One of the problems to which the next regular Iowa legislature will need to address its attention is the pass ing enabling legislation to empower Iowa municipal Hies to procure airports within or outside ot the Ittcor porntcd bounds Under the present laws cities are required to pro cure landing fields within the incorporated limits Few places possibly none of the larger cities of Jown are fortunate enough to have suitable plots that meet the legal requirements Aviation will bea major means of transportation on the morrow The cities of Iowa ought to bo out to meet it on its arrival and his enabling act would be n long stride in lhat direction AVitli no parkins in tha loop district that setlion of Chicago will lose one clement ot its traffic the auto thieves Advertising Rates Furnished on Application Entered at the Postoffica at Mason City Iowa as Second Class Matter 1 1 Anil lie said aisn to he people When ye see n clour rise out or the west f Va Sy Tllere shower ami so m Antl c scc 10 snul1 low There will be heat anil it comet h to pass yc can ftsrcrn tile face of tliB skv ana of the eurfh but how is it that ye do not discern tins time Vea ami why even of yourselves judge not what is Luke xii 5457 yc siiy THE TARIFF AND FARMING It may be of course that the tariff as it affects agri culture is in need of some alterations and revisions but that the protective tariff idea is good for farming isnt to bs questioned Secretary Jardlne lacking the Iowa slant on n number of things sized up this situation about right the other day in one of his addresses Pointing to the fact that Americas agricultural ex ports are not increasing proportionately with other ex ports and that the amount of agricultural products ex ported from the United States la steadily becoming smaller In proportion to tho amount of farm produce consumed in the United Stales Mr Jnidine drew the inescapable conclusion that the principal maiktt for farming today is the domestic marriut And he observes quits logically Since agriculture is becoming loss an industry more dependent on the foreign inarUet it is becom ing Increasingly important to agriculture lint tectinn should be mainlaineS against foreign com petition in our markets i Those who unthinkingly or In a spirit of political revenge would wreck our protective system in the alleged interest of agriculture should stop to thinlc what it would really mean ot foreign roll surely suffer with tlie rejt because of that instability of commercial relations which drastic tariff chances would create to freedom we need sfabiiitv of com mercial relations This we shall achieve in tfon as we learn to control economic forces to the mutual advantage of all economic groups The tariff I IIR heve has done much to maintain commercial confi dence nnd n fair degree of business stability in this country in recent years Tills I am confident is so important that any effect which the tuiiff has or may have on the price of this or that commodity must not bo thot of ns rtanprliilng tho ivlmle tariff question Any changes in Ollr wimld throw into disorder our commercial rclntions could not help our There ore points n which the tariff could be altered tr the advantage of the Inland farmer but to talk of re moving the tariff barriers hasnt much to even ns a threat so suicidal would it be Answers to Questions There is im oilier agency in the world lliat can answer as many Icuitimatequestions as our free in formation in Washington D C This hlghlv organiznil institution has been built up and is under the personal direction of Frederic J Muslim Bv keeping in constant touch with federal bureaus and ofher cridcatmria enterprises it is in a position fi pass on to you nnlhnritativa information of the highest Submit ynur iuorics to the staff of experts whose services are put at your free disposal There is no ilmiffB except two rents in stamps for return postage Address thn Information rsurcau J Haskin t i THE OLD HOME TOWN STANLEY the Mississippi he Lest way o keep sandwiches For the lunch box the use of heavy waxed paper tisfactory However if the sandwiches are to be kept command it expense but sugges too is Q Is there more or less traffic oi and Ohio rivers than there was in tin t engineer that there Is more u attic on the Mississippi and Ohio rivers now than there ever was in previous years Will a flame surrounded by fine wire screen gasoline in the room 1 lUOll A The bureau ot standards nays that if a flame is entirely surrounded by a fine wire gauze screen at such a distance that the itself does not become red hot Hie flame will not ignite or explode mixtures of air and gasoline vapor outside the screen What is fresh A I1 A is sati for any length of time they should be wrapped in a cloth wrung very dry from cold water Q Should yeast be kept in a sealed jur O B N A The bureau of home economics says that yeast which is kept from time to time for leavening purposes should not bo placed In an airtight contained It Is nil right to put the yeast in a glass jar and put the cover on loosely but the fastenings should not be secured How many niilionul holidays are K M A There are no national holidays in the United States at present A national holiday is one observed in all states In the Union and is made so by an act of congress and acts oC legislature Holidays observed in almost all slates aid known legal holidays are New Years day George Washingtons birthday Memorial day Indepen dence aay Labor day Thanksgiving day and Christmas Uhal arc the first steps to he talten if one wishes to enter the V S mail service A Sample questions and application blanks for tha civil service examination to be held in your locality can he obtained by addressing the secretary of the eighth civil service district at Kt Paul Minn In filing your application state your qualifications and tbe kind of posi tion in which you are Interested Do Indians grow beards as white men do If not why A Most Indians would have n slight to modernc growth of beard and mustache if they allowed the hair to grow Beards are not wholly unknown Some of the Mexican Indians have full beards The Guarayas Bo livia wear long and Cashibos of tbe Up highest civilization were used In Mexico flakes of obsidian a volcanic glass are described as being used as razors The bureau of American Ethnology Bays before the introduction of shears a greased stick was lighted in a fire and used to burn off the hair of the Indian Q Why are skyscrapers prohibited in Paris nnd London Ii O A Paris and London as well as other capital cities or Europe have very definite regulations concerning the iielght of their buildings This is due to the fact that buildings must conform with the city plan CJ Should a wmnan whose husband is a physician refer to him ns Dr or 1 c SI A The wife oC a man whose title is may refer lo him as such or If she prefers she may speak of him as when it la necessary to give her husband a Many people rcgnrd the latter as being in bettor taste Of course when a woman is speaking to her social crmal she uses neither the term nor She speaks of him us her husband or by his given name AS I Live HE AHD HAVE NT YOU HEARDHE VJHATS 5eT UP TO TH crry To IM ONE THEM STTTTAKES J LIKE THAT HOME FOLKS THE EDITOR THE CLARION WAS AIV1TED UP To TWE ClTV TO SEE THE OUT OF A NEW MODEL AUTO A 5REAT CHANGE HAS COME OVER HIM Peters Adventures A Duiiy Bedtime Story By MRS FLORENCE SMITH VINCENT Plucky Young Sparrow Hawk So interested had Peter become in what the eldest son h n i6 i yf Was sayins UKLt he ha not noticed the hullabaloo about the hemlock tree luul quieted down Hu the crowd there had dwindled away and from a different rHrection rose the sharp metallic cries that Peter had learned to know meant trouble for someone Turning quickly Peter saw a strange sight Way up In the sky high above his utering sharp circled the Blue Jays They seemed to be trying to attack a single bird much smaller than them as far as he could determine they were no having much success The clever little flyer eluded his papers I TAl FATHER IS SUSPfCrOUS There are wellmeaning people who wish to do some thing for father If they had their way they would aside a Day lor dad But not only does the tion raise a laugh nt fathers wary Beingfair game for three hundred tmd sixtyfive the year he has a sneaking notion that a special day would make another hole In his dough and give a lit ot people a chance lo tell him how to he a regular fellow And to show that his suspicions are not without iouii dntlon attention mny ue directed to a symposium on father engineered by a school superintendent All hoys and girls between the ages of nine and fourteen were nsked to write an essay on What My Father Means to Their names not being required on thei the youngsters cut loose What they did to poor father would juslify the un sophisticated in believing that the Old Man taking him run of the mine Is lucky to he oiit of jail They panned him with an enthusiasm that seems akin to genius and with unanimity that puts father in a class by himself as the worlds worst peat As he scored almost a total loss Cither can hardly be blamect If he now runs amuck Slaughter of school masters and others who make a show ot him would bo justifiable homicide and free use the hickory stick would not be cruelty to children showing so little regard for fathers sterling qualities and rare virtues Fathers are not unalterably opposed to a Fathers Day because of deficiency in complacency nnd senti ment Tho fact is they fear tho Fathers Day move ment Is a conspiracy lo take advantage of their natural sentiment WEIGHING THE EARTH By meons of sonic complicated Instruments in Wash ington the earth can bo weighed The long accepted iffiire for the weight of the earth has been tons Weighed more recently it Is dis covered that the earth Is lighter than had been sup east you can rest your mind on It when you have been worrying our income or other small figures FROM THE WRONG QUARTERS The attack upon Congressman Green of the nlnlh listrlct would have a grent deal better chance of nltl unto success if It emanated from his own district rather from Ibc American Taxpayers league 738 Bultdlng Washington C Mr Green hns probably congreysmcn do before theyre in congress it ought not lo be necessary for the smart hoys it Washington to assume a of blimlnoss In ba Council Uluffs mans Iowa constituents The Daybook of a New Yorker By ISL1RTON RASCOE pursuers and kcp well above them trj as they would to fbrci ivlm tlQton And every so often the little bird would swoop down and at tack one of the Blu Jays would Then Petci hear a alnil cry of fear and fury A sain bright dart hawk the Blue Jays after down to the earth would float the feathers up Into the blue would the that the small tor mentor had torn from MIS IS AC SHARP AS crcst of one of ills It tips the scales nt only tons Does that mean anything to you At EW YORK Jan vaudeville ac tor member of an old and famous team is still at 70 a practical joker Tile other day iti the Lambs club he carried out to the end a which promised to take on important profior ttons He persuaded a friend to pass around word he hud just rrtiirnrd from a sojourn in a sanitarium for the mentally deranged Then he pro ceeded to out the Flory by nuoc behavior in the room He ap proached itn old acquaintance who was spaghetti and coyly snatched a handful bi msolc not responsible And otherwise disported n inn n who was certainly for his actions The house committee met ond a formid able gathering of staff assistants gath ered in tho lobby prepared to hoist the disturber into a taxJcah nnd carry bin homeward Before they hnd a chance lo gne him i be rush however the old gentleman swept tho anx ous company a bow nnd said with an unmistak able twInk o of tnmnph Onoo a good actor always u gocd Ife ouMntoUie night unmolested AN amnteur auction fan was puzzled the other day at a sale of rare books at an uptown gallery There was in particular nn orisinal Osoar Wilde mnnii script which he had thot would So for ton or fifteen thou sand Arllss had brot it to the states and its fame had spread among the bibliophiles But to the amn s surprise the bidding on this particular work Inn we never would get a bit of business from her And oi coinso It is worth while to have her on your list us she Is an important TOM HEKNKY the Australian fighter is said lo he one 1 nt the most modest men of the sawdust ring lie hopes to meet Tuniipy but refuses to prophesy what tho outcome will he He says hed like to try out Dempsov flrst because that would be in a manner of speaking a Which ought to make Jack pretty warmingup process mad TlIK only garage on Washin ton Sana re on the cast A side of Ihe park is said to bo owned by a man who lives in one a tho stately houses on tho north side Ho keeps it there because he must have a stable for his car and its far enough away from his own establishment so as not to worry him Various people in the neighbor hood would like lo have Ihe old gnnige torn down way for a bigger owner stands pal MY friend the lunch wagon tlnct line of cleavage between n pie who In nt oclock still say flood evening Hut the stragglers at MO say Good He says its an unvarying nil A bettor apartment building hut Iho tells me I heros a rtis Igbtand morning Ino eouhlnt resist Haying so lo tho eldest son Of course you do and so de remarked that fel iS iS cleVEr thut makes him a woithy foe JJicre no Ian In scrapplns with a bird that you know you can beat But to tell tho trulh in almost every fight that we nine lays have with n par row hawk we get the worst of of us is vory Tkelv to be injured badly Hparrow Hawks beak as can be and when ho plunges It into a vital spot on tho top of one of the Blue Jays heads why that H the ond Diet and Health tty Hunt Peters M D lo Dr Tctcrs cars GlobeGazelle Mid selfaddressed envelope Sign your name as evidence ol Rood faith Send School Girl at Capital May Be Japanese Ruler Mongolian Chauffeur in Taking Her to Washington School Treats Setsu With Regal Respect CHAllTiRS T STKWAIIT A 8 II I N G T O NT Jan big automobile from the Japanese em bassy stopped in front of the Friends school on 1 street M II 11 y diplcj malic attend children the Friends school Tlio liveried Mongolian chauf feur descended and opened the auto door deferen tially making a hissing noise thru hla treth aa he sucked his breath inward to prevent any of it from polluting the atmosphere in the vlcln Ity oe the august personage who was about to emerge from the interior o the vehicle A LITTLE girl got out It was Sotsu Matsudaira Setsus 17 but shes a wee bit of femininity The chauffeur bowed from the hips until his nose nearly touched the side walk The hissing sound Increased all but drowning oyt the hlatting of nuto horns for a city square in each direction Setsu acknowledged the salute gra ciously At the end oC a strap she was dangling several text books buckled together Tha Friends school portal opened and received her WITHIN an informal committee was waiting i of iho Friends ncliool with Us diplomatic clientele are accus tomed to what in other schools might seem unusual but here was some thing even for the Friends school a trifle out of the ordinary The selfselected and tacltlyrecojr nized chairman of the committee con fronted Setsu To her gaze he held up a copy of a morning newspaper ao folded as lo bring into sharp relief what Is known to the journalistic profession as a brokenbacked head in three to tlifs effect MISS MATSUDAIRA TO pniKCB CHICIUBr JAP HMPERORfl BROTHER said tho chairman accus ingly does this mean you THERE was no denying it It meant soma tearstained eyes at the Friends school too The parting ot the ways has ar rived when your school girl friend be comes a royal may wear a crown one clay WASHINGTON entertained rrinca Chlchlbu about a twelvemonth ago To nil vocal intents and purposes with his Oxford education ho could easily have passed for an English man Hla father the emperor had Juat died Chlchlbu was in mourning HO i didnt see much ot him but he aoemod a nice chap We like to think of him so as husband ot our lltlla playmate Setsu Aa for your eyes hear her spoak only and youd swear sho was born here If accent alone covsnted this might bo an AngloAmerican wedding PRINCE CHICIIIBTJ was Amhni sador Matsudairas guest In Wasli ington when tho former was on his way home from Kngland for hla fathers funeral last yenr Was it then that he fell in love with Setsu Again we like to think Its a real love match such as there so few of in royal circles that its hard to In them Still theres a little circumstantial evidence to support tmch a theory in this case Solsu wns hero the prince was n caller and now theyre engaged Its logical Lucky Chkhtlm OTHER EDITORS Gaming Pamphlet 10 nls in coin 011 wish Reducing anil Answers to Mothers Lots of letters recently asking information on feedin OE babies Many of the letters are from outofthewn Places where thtre are no baby clinics or childrens spe clatists so I shall run the feeding schedules as outline in my book Diet for today and tomorrow Remember mothers it is very Important to nurse baby until the ninth month if you can However eve with the nursing babies by the beginning of the slxt month cereals should be Introduced Orange juice an cod liver oil are given as early as the third month Th orange juice can be given beginning with a teaspoonfi diluted water and gradually up to three t 0f yo tomato lulce or raw cab bage or raw turnip The cod liver oil Is given along with the sunshine an air baths to prevent rickets as it Is exceedingly high ii vitamin IX which Is the riukelpreventlng vitamin Mos childrens specialists advise cod liver oil now for al babies as regularly us they proscribe the orange juice grua four This ts to cant ffet orange than give as that ray 1s concerned R thnn m n f WC BUC 10Ve llet0 inythlnpr Jn tho of course It is oat ing Iho only time we are happy when peaceful is when we nrii busy woohiK our mnies and bringing up our fam llos h llos I hen all the world seems wonderful and too content to get angrv WA o we begin n i Cr e we angrv Un weatller hegins to grow cold feel crnss I dont Unofr how we should U Wl not nuarrel with the other birds wffl u e I see you igrilri Wo arc liable to meet any time you know I am going to try my power at bringing down the sparrow hawk Dad has laught me a trick or two that I have not luck C lo lut to UEe before I am oft Wish me So saying the eldest son spread his wings and away he flew to Join his fellows Peter watched the chase thru the clouds but after a while the birds had flown tUey lookod scarcely larger than high and butterflies brighter and brighter had become the sunliht Now it hurt the boys eyes to look up Into the sky Poter thot of what the eldest son had told him and be made up his mind to go and ask the Screech Owl what owl pellets EARLIER DAYS JANTARV 13 1908 The second of the preliminary steps in the making of cement was taken this week nt the Northwestern States company plant northof the city and the time for mak ing cement Is near nt Itnnd Miss Retta left this morning for Minneapolis for n visit of a few days with relatives and friends W K Gildner Is home from a short visit in Nora Springs I J Clark ond Mayor McContogue left this mornin for Northwood on legal business Mr nnd Mrs A Page loft this morning for St Paul and Minneapolis In Mr Page will look after business Mrs Page will return the north part of Minnesota in a couple days At a meeting of the Dodges Point Country club today the directors were authorized lo purchase a lot and erect 11 club house to cost no less than The club elected officers ns follows Bert Smith 31 C Way F J Han Ion Prod Leonard 7 K Dcclior and John Garvcy The Taft tide is rising In Iowa and Cerro Gordo is In front of tbe procession Thats enough said and there is always plenty of room for good men at the top By the way this bargain week at tho GlobeGazette and sub scriptions are already pouring in nnd you are also Invited to join this club Meanwhile Hurrah forTnft J II Brady of Pocotello Idaho after a visithere with his son loft this morning for his home He was cnroute west from Washington D where he was on business connected with the department of the Interior concerning iomc land claims In that state Max nnd Jack Gorman are somewhat improved from i severe attack of la grippe which threatened pneumonia Pure cod liver oil can be begun about three or four drop undiluted before the nursing or bottle and gradually in creased until at least a teaspoonful Is given From Sixth to Ninth Month The baby should be fed after six months of age everv our 0 10 2 6 10 If it has been havingfeed ngs at every three liours up to this time the fourlioui schedule had best bo adopted at six months Many spec alists believethat all babies do batter on a fourhour schedule from birth At any rate whatever time feeding Cheduh you use you must be regular with it bould not be fed irregularly Sixth Month f A bottle it not Ii A juice 3 to 3 tablespoonfuls or more in A or bottle preceded by any well cooked strained cereal Jlegin cereals onehalf level teaspaonful Increase same amount every other day until about two level tablespoonfuls Water between meals 2 P or bottle i P same amount os getting n 10 A M followed by nursing or bottle 10 P or bottle Seventh Month G A or bottle A juice JO A or bottle preceded by strained cereal I tn 4 level 2 P or bottle Vegetable or beef Juice minus all fat Begin teaspoon ful diluted Increase ono teaspoonfnl every other day to two or more Pioce of dry toast to nibble on before nursing or bottle Can put a little in the broth also 6 P samo amount us getting at 1 fl A followed by nursing or bottle JO P or bottle Kifihth Month C A or bottle 1 A juice 10 A or bottle preceded by strained rerenl three to tour level tablespoonfuls Piece of dry toast to nibble P or bottle preceded by strained vege tables one to two level tablesoonfuls Bone good sized with no free fat or meat on It to bite on two or three times a week I P same nnvoimt as getting nt 1C A followed by nursing or bottle in r or bottle Siituriiiiy well take up weaning nnd give the fiidm schedules for the ninth to twelfth month People Vote Bonds Ottumwn Courier Reports of a misunderstanding over Iowa regard ing tho proposed extraordinary ses sion tbe legislature continue to ue heard In order to get the matter straight let us remember this 1C the gov ernor calls tbe legislature into spccta session to enact road legislation the only thing the senators and represen tatives can do is to vote to submit the road bund issue to the peopk This ID in accordance with tbe provi sions oC the constitution ot Iowa The matter must proceed In this man ncr Tho legislature cannot vote bond issue All its members can do is to vote to submit a bond issue to the people Then the voters of Iowa the bond Issue at the regular election in The sooner the governor issues the call the sooner the legislators will gather it Des Alofnea and by agree ment will vote lo submit the bond issue The sooner all this clone tbe more time the people ot the state will havn to study tbe proposition an intelligent vote Tho Arsonist H Hannibal CourierPost Unr ng iiliti the national fire loss totaled tho highest in this couu rys history ronsorvative estimates iay that at Kanl onethird of this loss vas tlie result of arsonists liros caused by carelessness or Ig lorunce are bad enough and the pub ic should bo more tban willing to leiun low to prevent them Hut how nnicb lore serious and terrible In the fire ausod purposely by the arsonist Arson Js one of the worst crimes nil should be considered as such Tlio rsunfst imperils llro property and he prosperity of communities ear he destroyed at least u property value not lo mention the Ivis Im snuffed out The public should give every alii to ppreliendlng this destroyer nd slfitfiH counsel should deal with Im rigorously to tbe full extent of he law Ifo Is deserving of no sym athy When we have conquered u on we shall have gone a long way i solving tho fire loss problem Agnes Maude Royden scheduled In this country But Pastor Koyden doesnt seem to mind that Klio has plenty of ttates and perhaps Uio advertising will get her mote of then would have heard except for Most oC us never of Pastor Roydeh over the use oC thn rigarot by women It is just like tho American public to now want to sco and hoar her Perhnpa she ran now raise her rales nor c tuic Pitt nnd Green Muscatlne Journal Milton B ritt former state senator and dirt far will seek to unseat Congress man Grcon rtiq met because of the latters opposition to repeal of the federal estate Papers which supported Cummin who also opposed repeal the tax will help Pitt they say The federal estate tax doesnt touch the rank and of citizens so there must be some thing olso Itching the skins of thosa n tlit Ninth who Intond to flghf jnjon tn thai Issue An luanijelisls Advertising Waterloo Tribune This ready ilttance of what some women ot C T U believe t itomperance has been iimellatlon be a form of the cause of several lectures for Bark nt Commander French Gas Mask State Comman do r recent Mtiind in regard to the Wet and dry poll strikes us as Just right If G Decker French does noth ing more during his term of office buc wo Irtiow bo will he tlnscrves a place In the tcglon hall of fame for his prompt decided reply to the National III suggested poll Tho wot nod dry problem Is a politi cal prnblpm The always has and always must stand strictly out of politics if it hopes lo continue Its ox launct with the principles jind ideals iipnii which It was founded A Deuiocriille View Democrat SocroLary iloovir while in the lead Ihe re publican candidate for president is not u favorito with the politicians Nn ono tmostions his ability to handli rgo uffniiH Still IIP hns never boon wii 0pnllei Ho would hardly stooj lo Niimll to train a point lit seldom 1C resorts to question able methods in getting out of situations He bus not been known ts a slate maker or i con vcntlon manipulator He has never learned the real political game KELLYGRAMS a Series of Travel Impressions hy Fred C Kelly n Trained Observer Now on i Tour of Kurope v L DINNER STORIES NOT ON STOMACH Some writers itre well known for their bcerguzxlins proclivities Dont you find it hard to write on an empty stomach asked Isa bel of the struggling young poet Oh replied the struggling youns poot Id much ra llow Much Itoiuily Do You looking thru the art treiis meti in the museum I myself Why should a small picture of a tree ut thn edge ot a pond be worth sny when one can look at just as beautiful a scone for no painter can make a piclmv of a tree more realistic or morebeau tiful Ihnn Ihe tree Itself can 1 knew there must bo something thor But write on paper the undertaker was too busy to take the order MODEL PRISONER A colored maid returned from an afternoon off herhroad face wreathed In smiles Well Mis she announced Alls married Congratulations said hor mistress Did you get a good man Deed All was tbe proud reply Dal niggnh was so good dc warden cut fo months olTn his matrimony lo the SATSCASM The old piart was speaking of dual Ing senior My boy Ive remained a hiicholor by The senior looked Into the homely face of the old and asked Whose choice on the day or this writing muli sights would require constant effort for at least an eight hour day for more than three years in Paris alone No human being could hope lo live long enough to see all Ihe things In Kurone that Im is told lie cant afford to return home without having seen NKVKK have I seen even n private homo kept so Immaculately clean i the hotel in which we arc living 1hambormaidM actually remove wrong with thin line of reasoning I wasnt sure just what It was until I The put the same query to nn nrllnt friend I cnoh lamp from its he conceded no painting of each morning and wash it They a tree Is more heautltul than the reaiiKO over the wood work almost thoroly daily as miiht he expected nt nn annual spring house cleaning Thu tree iho pnlnting represents but how many people art observant enough to notice that a tree or a patch of windows downstairs mid all the al tho edge of a pond worth The value of a groat pa in to Ills ability to point out the beauty in s commonplace objects Once yon learn i to appreciate paintings of j then perhaps you can K out just is I the artist docs and detect the hfiuly i all about work about tlie entrance to the scrubbed each morning with OF COKRKK ihe same reasoning ap plies to writing No novelisl eat pietore a character as real ns tho eliar luter himself But when you read about a vivid mnyho you lecomo loss blind to the number nnd The Great War Ten Years Ago IAN 3 UlIS IT S businessmen consider a boy colt threat to Germany proposing to right on Cl trade with country nfter tho ngiu on our sheet lllllpsi accepts T IIAVK born keeping a HM of feinlan vessels will 1 that me one simply tho rradv s war service lhl can t nffonl to miss to 3 oclock J week 1   

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