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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - June 1, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                v MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FRIDAY JUNE A Lee Syndicate Newspaper Office 121123 East State Street Telephone 27 28 and Z9 WILL F W EARL Editor LEE P Manager CERRO GORDO CO REPUBLICAN Established 1861 Weekly Globe Established May 18S2 Dally Established October 1S90 The Mason City Timei Founded In 1870 Issued Every Week Day Afternoon by MASON CITV GLOBEGAZETTE COMPANS MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press exclusively entitled to the use for publication of all news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also all local news published herein OtfltlaJ Paper In the City and County SUBSCRIPTION RATES In Mason City and Clear Lake Dally per 47 ni Daily per IE Outside of Mason City and Dally per year by 00 Daily per week by is Daily per year by t 00 n J225 3 months 1 Outside 100 mils zone daily per 6 6 months 3 months Advertising Rates Furnished on Application Entered at the Poatofflce at Mason City Iowa as Second Class Matter A DA virtue w i he who i DAILY adulation tis tho S who flatters is of all mankind the loi courts the More o death of j save I I THE ARGUMENT WE STARTED fN QUOTING some tune ago from an address by Judge Joseph David of Chicago the GlobeGazette precipi tated an interesting little debate in which Judge David and tile Minute wet publication contestants The judge was quoted as calling theVolstead great piece of Instead ot being enacted to inforce the eighteenth amendment it was enacted to destroy he charged All that was needed he main talncd was a little bill to make it a penitentiary often to buy liquor The editor of tho Minute Man in a little notation scribbled on the GlobeGazettes editorial which appar ently was acquired thru a clipping bureau stated This judge does not know the An extended editorial in support ot tho editors con tention that buying Is already a crime was directed to the GlobeGazette too Both the editorial and the editors terse estimate of the Judge were forwardedto the Chicago judge who In a letter to the GlobeGazette defended his conteption that up to this time there has been no de cision of the federal court which Justifies the statement in the Minute Manthat the purchaser of liquor under the Volstead act is subject to On the con says the judges letter the just inference is that he is immune from The judge quotes extensively from the Volstead act itself and from legal authorities on the subject Two or three test cases are cited each bearing out his stand The argument is so lengthy that none excepting lawyers not even wade thru it all Suf fice to say the judge is tremendously clever at conceal the fact if ho is as Ignorant of the law as the Mln Man insists ho is tin no aufflbrlty where any one under and by virtue ot the Volstead act has ever been convicted which conviction was sustained by any reviewing court that the purchaser of Intoxicating li quor for beverage purposes has committed any This Is quoted further In conclusion I wisii to call your attention to the of tlio Supreme Court of the United States Samuels vs McCurdy 267 Unltcii States Su preme Court page 188 which if followed by congress ami proper IcKisiai ion were passed could make liquor held lor beverage purposes absolutely contraband ami cauld lie confiscated even though such liquor was held before prohibition look effect It is very evident by reason of tlio little Joker Section 4G of the Volstead vlai Tho penalties provided in this chapter against lie manufacture of liquor without a permit shall not apply to a person for manufacturing nonin toxicating cider anil fruit juices for use in his was passed to placate the farmer vote and Is in di rect violation of fie Eighteenth Amendment which gives tlio opportunity to make that which was not intoxicating nt the time made to become subse quently intoxicating and therefore really permits the manufacture of intoxicating liquor in violation of the Eighteenth Amendment If proper legislation under the Eighteenth Amendment were passed by congress no person would have a right to have liquor for bev erage purposes which was intoxicating in his posses sion ami any one who purchased file same could be punished as a criminal Bo those who fuvor prohibition really want prohi bitionm fact If so the remedy lies with file con yrcss of the United States First To make the purchaser of lifliior the real criminal nnd to provide for severe penalties Second To not permit any one for any purpose to manufacture for beverage purposes intoxicating liquor of any kind Third To order confiscated nnd destroyed in the United States ail liquor held by any one for beverage purposer and to provide severe penalties for to surrender such liquor for destruction or confisca tion as tho case may be Whether the purchaser of liquor Is in fact punishable Tinder the present Is neither here nor there as the GlobeGazette views the matter It will let Judge David the Minute Man argue out this point with an In clination to be on the side of the judge whose business It to view both etdes of a question rather than the editor who Is commissioned to find that prohibition Is all wrong What is Indisputably true is that buyers of liquor are not being punished No attempt Is being made along this line as a ot fact Whether Its the in forcers courts or law to blame we do not presume to state But we reiterate what has been stated before That prohibition nforcement is never going to be entirely successful until buying Is a punishable offense So long as there Is a buying demand there will be a selling sup ply This is true ot liquor and Its true of other things Its an economic law LIKING CRIMINALS A LL o us are sometimes amazed amused or disgusted when we discover wide popular sympathy for a crim inal No matter what tha crime guilty men or women are usually showered with pleasant attentions by some body Have you ever thot about the reason for this It la probably becauso the criminal represents to many people the kind of person they would really like to be If they dared if they were not held back by social re straint Tho crime perhaps is one which wo would like to have committed if we just permitted ourselves to be comfortably barbarous Not that such emotions are often or ever admitted but they may nevertheless be present I Ninetyfive per cent of Berlins eligible voters voted In the recent election American voters please take notice At nny rate tho Italian senate is never permitted to filibuster bj Mussolini AS TO CHURCHES is always worrying about the church And eomeboay Is always trying to starf a story about the decline of the church Most of this talk ia from people who do not know the facts In the last 35 or 40 years the population of the United States Increased SO per cent while In the same time church membership haa Increased 130 per cent in IS50 one person In six belonged to a church Now it is one in three Stop a minute anil thfnlc about this fact You can ask our information bureau any question of fact anil get the answer back in a personal letter It is a great educational idea introduced into the lives of the most intelligent people in ho newspaper readers It Is a part of that best purpose of a news There is no charge except two cents in stamps for return postage Get the habit of asking questions Address your leffer to the Mason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau Frederic J Haskln Director Washington D C Q What president first kept sheep on the white house lawn L M A President Wilson was the first president who aver had sheep on thewhite house lawn The number at first was nine and had incFeased during the administration to forty They were sold before the Wilsons left the white house Q How far up the Amazon Is the tide apparent A The Pan American Union says that the Amazon tide is felt hundreds of miles up the Amazon Q Is Commander Byrd an airplane pilot E C H A Commander Byrd has a pilots license Under or dinary circumstances however he acts as navigator ra ther than as pilot IQ Is it true that athletes die young E T A Dr J H McCurdy in Physiology oC Exercise gives the following statement with detailed statistics to support it There is no evidence to show that athlet dlo Q What is the origin of the baccalaureate ser mon G M W A The baccalaureate sermon originated about the time the Sumptuary laws were passed in Massachusetts in 1722 These laws wore the result too much revelry at commencements and prohibited commericera from pro vidingeither plum cake roasted or baked meats pies of any kind also distilled The first public com mencement at Yale in 171S does not mention a baccalau reate sermon About this time however ethical addresses began to be given by college presidents or college pastors at both Harvard and Yale It is thot that the baccalau reate sermon of today is an outgrowth of that custom Q How is New Yorks milk supply obtained J O G A Practically all the milk is carried Into New York City by trains Some few tank trucks are used For the month March 192S tengallon cans were shipped daily into New York City over ten different rail roads For the same period of timo there were tengallon cans cream and condensed milk shipped into New York City daily Q Was there actually a King Cole as mentioned in the rhyme Old King Cole was a merry old soul C E M A King Cole was a British king oC the third century who is said to have taken Camulodunum from the Romans and to have named it utter himself Colchester Accord ing to some of the olil chroniclers ho was the father oC the Empress Helena mother of the Emperor Constantine He is the subject of the wellknown nursery rhyme Q How did the higanbcrry originate A K A The loganberry is a hybrid plant obtained by cross ing red Antwerp raspberry with a species of blackberry Judge Logan o California was the originator Q How did the expression to leave in the lurch originate B B A This expression is derived from crlbbage Q Is the apple blossom the flower of any stale E t K A Theapple glossom is the state flower of Arkansas and Michigan Q When were horses first shod 3 S H A In the 9th century horses were shod In the time of frost in some oC the northern countries The first recorded shoeing was Introduced into England by William I In 10GG Q When is a board aplank B A N A A plank is a board C inches wide or upwards hav ing a thickness between Jtu inches and 0 inches The Daybook of a New Yorker By CLARK JSINNAIRD EW YORK June sights that attract New York visitors do not have tho same allure for the majority of more or less permanent New Yorkers Comparatively few of the latter ever have purposely gone down to Battery park to watch the ocean greyhounds or have been up In the Woalworth Tower 01have viewed the spectacle in the Stock ISxchange or toured the American Museum of Natural History or climbed the Statue ot Liberty or seen the inside of tho most famous old building In the city Fraunces Tavern Thousands of New Yorkers would have difficulty in find ing City Hall or Wall Street or the Anunrium or the Metropolitan Mu seum of Arts or John D Rockefellers town residence or the main postoftlce or even Greenwich Village Yes sir it takes some extra special sight to capture the Interest of the Gothamite Something like tho ruins of the bonjbed house of Robert Elliott state executioner A continuous stream oC sfghtseercrs passed tho place on the first Sunday after the blast paralyz ing traffic In a section of New York VISITORS usually notice how pale Gotham ffirls are In comparison with damsels In the hinterland I think the white fnc oC New York women aretho most strik ng thing Ive remarked my brother here from Kentucky It would be better for them to use mora rouge and look like Indians Theyd be a lot healthier in I suggested that the unusual whiteness of the New York girls complexion was not due to unhealthlncss but to the excessive but necessary use of powder faces get soiled more quickly in New York than in Pitts burgh despite tho tatters blacker reputation For years New York has been one ot tha dirtiest cities n the world because of unregulated smoke and the ineffi ciency the streetcleaning department THAT Gulnan woman sure has a gift of gab You are said Prince Potenzlani governor of itome when he visited her nightclub with Mrs W R rlearst I do trust that some day you will come to Italy ind I will see that you are presented at Tut responded Texas whose crest is a padlock its an every day occurrence with NOW theres Milk Bottle Reclamation New Yorkers It appears are more careless of milk bottles hnn any other persons In the world and millions of jottles disappear every year Milk distributors complain that while they shouldnt need but three bottles in stock or every quart of milk used Instead it takes 12 bottles or every quart delivered In New York They are resort ing to an expensive advertising campaign to arouse the consciences of careless householders AN IDEA of what the wellfurnished homo of the near future will be like is given by exhibits at an Interna tional exposition of art in industry promoted by one of he big department stores The department that is at rnctlng most women visitors is not the laborless kitchen ut the modernist boudoir and the attached dressingroom which has floor walls nnd ceilings composed entirely of mirrors placed at such angles that one may see 10 Images of ones complete costume The Is also a gem but it wouldnt suit me ecauso tho tub wouldnt be long enough When arc bathtub makers going to make the discovery that there are nersona taller than five Icct five THE OLD HOME TOWN Hott NEUJT SHES AREARIN What Will Come From Veto o Farm Thats a Question Political Prophets Are About Says Stewart in His Letter PAD THE THREE BEEN N THE ATTHE DEPOT FOE T1 Peters Adventures A Daily Bedtime Story By MRS FLORENCE SMITH VINCENT FOREST FIRE Take my word for it friends Eagles are cruel in sisted Mr Bobolink Mrs Golden Eagle was an exception to the rule and no bird knows what she herself would have been like bad she been free Probably being a captive and chained to a slake broke her spirit made her mild I am sure it would me Why I dont believe that I could sing at all if I were a prisoner And no doubt Mrs Golden Eagle had lost the heart for tearing things to pieces She couldnt havedone so any how It would only make things worse for her if she tried it so why should she worry over that past when she had been mistress of the But no Eagle Is cruel to its remarked Airs Bobolink hastily for couldnt bear to heai ill ipoken words of any one Nvob forgotten Mother Bald Eagle who was burned to death trying to save her children Forgotten her Neve r declared Bobolink decidedly Much as we love our little ones wifle I doubt If either you or I would over have the courageto rush Into the flames the way Bobolink shook his head sorrowfully and Mrs BobolinJt sadly wiped away a tear with tho tip of her wing Peter and the two rabbit s however didnt givo the Bob olinks much time nor chance to be sad Rush Into the flames W h y Diet and Health I3y Luln Hunt Peters M D Address inquiries to Dr Peters rate GlobeGazelle and enclose stamped selfaddressed envelope Sign your name as evidence of good 10 cents in coin ii you nlsh Reducing and Gaining Pamphlet ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS E WRITING on March 2 asks me four questions am she ends up as follows I realize you have man letters to answer and I will wait until June 1 If yo have the answers rear in our paper tho first week o June this will give you plenty of time and I will be watct ing for DR Such consideration and sue faith deserve reward I wish you would realize It may three or four months before you answer can appear and It canno lear at all If It Isnt of genera interest And even tho It Is general Interest If I have recent answered j similar question have to omit it this time I hav enough letters in one mail to fu nlsh material for the column a year really ao that you can ae liow impossible it is for all of yo to be answered Hero are questions and an swcrs 1 Can you give the name of reliable hair dye What Is you opinion in regard to tho use hair dyes CRACKLE SSSSSH SOMETHING WAS GOING ON IN THE WOODS Where When demanded the three in chorus So Bob olink who lilted to tell of his exper iences set about to answer their questions one at a time and ns well as ho could Late one afternoon WIfie and I found ourselves at he edge of a deep woods Wo Bobolinks are not very fond of the live among the grassesand love the cool wo hud never been there before BO we thot we would enter ancl explore Its depths Perhaps we might see aomc interesting sights and lave more to tell our friends when we got home And so Answer No I cannot give you names of hair dyes My opinion In regard to tlielr use except In cases where he gray hair is a detriment to obtaining a position i that they should not bo used You cannot know 1C thej contain harmful ingredients or not Gray hair Is no necessarily a sign oC age and oftentimes it is a grea bcautitier softening the expression and lines 2 Will you name a good doctor book Answer Wo have a list oC books on tuberculosis a list on general dietetics n list on diabetes a list on chll urcn anyone of which you may obtain by sending a self addressed stamped envelope and two cents In coin to help cover cost of printing and handling 3 How can I prevent falling of the hair during preg nancy Answer Proper care as to diet exercise rest coupled with the proper care of tho scalp will do this Wo have an articleon the diet during nursing and pregnancy and another on the care of the hair which you may obtain by following the rules above 4 Can a mother determine disposition life work of a baby before that is educate the baby thru the power of thot during pregnancy Answer No no more than she can mark the baby by scares The only way that the power of thot could ntfect the baby would be for the mother to educateher during that period along certain lines aiicl continue wo did but the sight was not one we expected It that education and so mold the disposition and Inclina of Ule The rea eiiarncter of lts brain In tho line of Us talents are determined in the germ plasm itself The inheritance factors in the Kerm plasm are the result of tho entire mental and physical life of so dreadful we havent talked about It You are tho tlrst wo have told this experience to We had not gone very far among the shadows when we sniffed the air What a queer smell At first we ratlier liked It but it kept growing stronger and stronger and before long it was hard for us to breathe said I lets get out of this It seems to me as if something was wrong We ara strangers here and t wouldnt take much for us to lose our way Come on els make for the open where we are more fit home Whew I am choking What can the matter be Ssh Did you hear that noise What was It Crackle Crackle Sssssh Something was going on In the woods that was certain What It was wo didnt know But hardly had I finished speaking when we heard n cry Fire Fire was thing In the world that birds and beasts dread most We must escape at once or It would betoo late But for one awf the parents and their ancestors rrotrufling Ears WES protruding ears are very successfully remedied in 1 the hands of a skillful plastic surgeon I As far as tlio cost is concerned you have to see tho surgeon about this and explain that you are a working girl and are supporting your mother Ring up the County Medical society and ask for a list of such surgeons Dccaffcinized Coffee elnlzed coffee is considered harmless There are several brands A moderate amount of any kind of coffee Is harmless Yes decaffelnlzed coffee ould betoo late We should be trapped the majority However there are a few who seem to ul moment wo had kist our bearings be susceptible to the caffeln which stimulates them and Next Mother Love EARLIER DAYS JUNK 1 1908 Memorial day here was not a very good day and the people did not turn out to the exercises very well It was rainy In tho morning and that probably deterred a great many from coming out and tho march out to the cemetery wns not very well attended The Rev Dr Kennan paT a visit to the city over Sunday and occupied tho pulpit of the Baptist church He will bo here regularly nt the pastor on July 1 and If plans materialize will get a cottage at Clear for the summer He preached two able sermons Sunday morning Mrs Alice Brown gave an interesting talk to the young people at the church nt her work at Bishop college Tho Important event this week to the graduating class Is tho commencement and class address by Dr Mertbury of Des Molnos Thursday evening The work of exami nations Is on this week which Is also very Important lo the students The following are the graduates Tennle Anderson Flora Beecher Clarn Euttorfletd Pearl Flor ence Ruth Coyer Vnl Harn Hnzcl Hill Hnzol Hubbnrd Esther Long Alice McFaclden Kenneth McAlister Kath erlnc Newbowers Roy Scott Harold Van Wlc Classical Barr Elizabeth Bnrsnlou Esther Brxumnn Mablo Carllon Claude Peterson Knlh Stevens Tnliei Saucrberp and Lucllo Van Auken Industrial Dunlap causes Insomnia and perhaps other unpleasant symptoms and for those the decaffeinijod coffee is undoubtedly better CAUSE ENOUGH Can you fix me up to look like a German or a Span iard or even a Hottentot asked the nervous man who had dropped Into the costumers shop Just whats tho do you want a costume for a masquerade party or what asked the puzzled shop keepor replied the man I am an Englishman and I have to go to Chicago on WE HOPE SO Proud Father Hes only 8 and hes gotthe brain oi a politician Friend Ah I shouldnt worry Hell probably grow out of It as he gets older ON THE CONTRARY Young Wife Im afraid dear my pie Is not all It should be I think I must have left something out Theres nothing you could leave out thnt would make it taste like that It must be you put in HER HUSBANDS HANDICAP And how is your husband He has such a miff neck my dear tlmt for a month hi hns only been able to drink his beer by sitting In that rocking By CHARLES P STEWART ASHINGTON June You can Ilnd pro phets to foretell tho result of Presi dent CooliclgeB veto of the Mc NaryHaugen farm relief bill any way you want it fore told It means that At last the president has definitely elim inated himselt as a renominatlon pos farm ers are so sore that they wont give him a chance to refuse to be to con sent to It either On the contrary es placed himself In a position where ie11 have to consent to be himself NO he wont have to do any such thing It will do him just ns well o have Herbert Hoover lecause Herberts as plainly on record s he Is against the McXaryHaugen irinclple Yes so he thats precisely vhy Herberts nomination has become o absolutely impossible Coolidge and Hoover both are out t the farmers wont have itlier one of O Lowden vill be chosen at Kansas City That Is n other words Charles G Dawcs will THAT last favor Daw how ler a single good leg to stand ir the simple reason that its utterly it ot the question for the republican irty to repudiate a major Coolldge slicy on the eve of an election Thus Its evident that Coolidgemust valve his objections and run r so to speak that Hoover must be nominated OC course the Curtis Watsan Goff and other assorted propftets Xarent in complete accord with Co Hoover Lowden and with one another ButV take too long to repeat all Its a trifle confusing anywaj THE only thing the republlcanV pro phets all do agree on Is thaiXthe veto hasnt damaged G O pit pects in November one little bit To set this angleot the we must consult the democratic preX phets These latter have their differences oC opinion among them selves too but lihe the republican prophets they all do agree on one G O prospects in November are shot all to thunder The farmers have been largely re publicans hitherto but way the democratic prophets figure theyre going to flop over to the demo cratic side lo get tha MeNaryHaugen bill passed AT this point wo run Into a queer enough state ot affairs to knock all logical prophecy galley west and crooked The McNaryHaiigcn plans a teetlvo tariff proposition Yet Calvin Coolidge the high priest oC the loftiest kind of a protective iff not only vetoes the gen bill but roasts it to a brown turn as Whereas the democrats who always have said the republican tariff ratea were robbery are offering the farm ers all they want of theyll flop over and vote tha democratic ticket SOME prophets dont believe democratic party really can turn Itself inside out liko this when li comes actually to doing it They think the thing will resolve Itself into a fight not to pass the NaryHaugen bill but to cut the touj ore tho tariff rates that we have equalize down Instead o equalizing up The truth is the prophets are all mixed up You cant trust any ot OTHER EDITORS A B C OF BANK GUARANTY Ottumwa bank guar anty law has been passed In seven states and is a failure in every one Tho only state which has made any at all is Nebraska and the uaranty fund there Is 000 jchind payments to depositors have jcen stopped for several months and tho commission has announced that all banks will be liquidated as last as possible guaranty of tiank deposits Is unsound as an economic ejuestion and unsafe financially It tries to make all of the banks In the state re sponsible for the poor bankers and poor banking There IB no more justice in the Idea than there would be in trying to make all farmers responsi ble for the Integrity and efficiency of every other farmer which Is absurd on tho face of it guaranty of bank deposits has resulted in failure In every stiti where it lias been tried The stat banks of Nebraska have paid In ii nost cases more than their capita stock to cover losses caused by unsafe ind unsound banking Banks which shouia have taken out their own smalt osses have been unable to do so and hey have accumulated to imounts In many instances Tlio re ult bus been a general weakening of ho entire banking structure and In lead of building up banking condl oiis the exact opposite has como to with thanks to accept the gift While Dcmpsey was ravely toiling in tho shipyards Champion Tunneyi was playing the role a real plon in the largest HghUng ring world haa ever known and his re spect for the flag for which thousands ot his comrades gave their all has not diminished during the years thali have intervened since the bell ended the big fight In the hearts ot Legionnaires where Gene Tunney by his action ini declining to accept the belt has added another victory to his long list and has won for himaelC a greater chami plonship that otheavy boxer cC tho world ANOTHER CHAMPIONSHIP Iowa It was left to Gene Tunney exmarine a Legionnaire and y virtue of hla tidy trouncing admin stored to one Jacques Dempsey erolc shipyards worker oE 191715 haniplon heavyweight boxer of the to givo to the country an ob ect lesson In patriotic respect to the ap that should bo an Inspiration to very schoolboy between the carth uakes of California and the hurrl ines of Florida When tho champion returned to Jow York recently ho was presented Ith an elaborate championship belt y the Tough Club Tho belt was pre entcd with tho best of intentions ut unfortunately the American flag ad been used in the decoration ot the lit and Champion Tunney declined PURE POLITICS Des Moincs Register Senator Cur Us does not give a sound explanation of his change of veto on tho McNary Haugen bill when he says ho voted to sustain iho veto because ho is the leader of the presidents party In tho senate If ho is sincere in this wliy did ho not vole against tho bill bo Core the veto for lie know what the presidents attitude toward it was Has not the senator abdicated hla constitutional duly in allowing1 Ills vote to be jjuidcd by the president He represents the state of Kansas In the senate he is there to vote for the In crests of his constituents the farm ers of Kansas He felt before tho veto hat the bill should become a law pre jumably because It would servo their ntercsts Ho docs not say that Hie message convinced him he iviia rong nnd apparently he feels tho ame way about the bill now It was his duty then lo vote for Dvenidinrj tho veto Tho constitution mpoacs upon the senate tho duty ot making laws and consequently it re quires each senator to vote as a rcpro entatlve ot his slate It Is silent with egard to any duty to a party Tha onstitutlon knows noparties As a matter of fact Senator Curds as taken a most dtappointingly pollti al stand About all that can be said s that he now is recorded on both ides of what may bo resariled us tha most momentous Issue concerning the eople of Isanras and the micldlnwest PEOPLES PULPIT KBRR ON THE FARM GRUNDY CENTER May mportant effective and real advance lent should bo secured as a result o resent day discussion and agitation i spite of tho discouragements that avo attended the progress achieved Is reatly to bo desired Political advant se prestige of party individual ad antage and personal advancement an give way to the public Interest The band of picked cruaactcra that r Tobin has recruited from the inks of tho legal profession banking aternity husiness interests and of cialism commissioned to go to the national convention for owden and what he stands for have rso field in which to exercise their ower and influence There In an extensive and sub antlal element in our citizenship hlch is of the opinion and belief lat in order for tho farm bill to se uro the purpose nnd outcome that It lotild Its operation must be KUP cmented by such a radical and com ete adjustment of our banking sys m ami Its policy and management at tho entire mnclilnery can work sueh harmony as to insure a fair tncesK To plaon tho fate and operation ot farm bill irf the hands of anil at e mercy or a financial system du The Great War Ten Years Ago j June 1 1018 Foe crosses the Olsc but Is repulsed i tho right txink West ot rench deliver a vigorous counter at ck arresting tfie enemys efforts Germans reach Marnc at Cluirtcvcs ndJoulgonnc Lull in FlnndcrH American forces carry out heavy Id on Pinnrdy Irani nnd advance the no COO yards fectlve In itself nnd cleverly con trolled is not wise and can defeat the very purpose so many ardently desire There arethose who will not take kindly to an Innovation and that touches the secret ot money con trol but the management that Mr Tobin baa instituted should be made to understand that the proceeding and power that caused tho disaster and gross Injustice that many have hoped the farm bill would remedy and par tially remove shall not be Ignored but In their negotiations force the issue thus presented Let that band of menr Insist thit tho farm bill be made a law and that a defcctlvo financial system be rem edied so that the entire combination can bo given fair chance for success Very truly yours WILLIAM G KERrt Presidential Campaigns of Other Years EDITORS NOTE This Is the fifth of a scries of slotrhes of presidential campaigns sincu Ity THE ASSOCIATED PKESS Grant was rcnomlnalert for president with little opposition nnd Henry Wll of Massachusetts was nominated or vice president by the republican nn lonal convention of 1872 meeting in Philadelphia Juno 56 Tho democratic convention assem bled at Baltimore July 9 and nomi nated Horace Greeley of New York for president and B Gatz Brown ot Mis souri for vice president Grcclcy waH the distinguished editor ami the found er of the New York Trlbimp A ticket also was placed In the field y the liberal republican party meet tig in Cincinnati In May nnd its plat orm and that of the democrats wore roatly similar The republican ticket was ulcited Dill Wilson died Nov 11 1ST5 bctora expiration his term   

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