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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - August 30, 1928, Mason City, Iowa MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THURSDAY AUGUST 30 1928 THREE A Lee Syndicate Newspaper 121123 East State Street Telephons Numbers 27 28 and ID SRRO UORDO CO REPUBLICAN Established 1861 WILL F EARL Editor LEE P Manager ekly Globe Established May 1882 Dally Globe Established October 1890 The Mason City Times Founded In 1870 TURNING THE FAUCET NEWS dispatch says flrat aid stations with doctors trained nurses and hospital all In readi ness have been suggested for main automobile roads in New Jersey The Idea is to take care of the results of traffic accidents Thats like spending time and money to mop up the iloor instead of turning off the faucet Better go to the source and by a constant campaign of education teach men and women boys and sirs to drive with sense and with care Issued Every Week Day Afternoon by MASON CITS GLOBEGAZETTE COMPANY MKMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Associated Press exclusively entitled to the use V publication of all news dispatcher credited to it or iVolherwisa credited in this paper and aJso ill local published herein Official Paper in the City and County SUBSCRIPTION BATES In Mason City and Clear Lake per Uy per Outside of Mason City and Clear Lake dly per year by dly per week by K lily per year by 3 months 1 tit6Ida 100 mile zone daily per 3 months i Y Advertising Rates Furnished on Application btered at the Postoffice at Mason City Iowa as Second Class Matter 15 Talie advantage of tills free service It you are one of the thousands who have patronized the Bureau write us again If you have never used the service begin now It is maintained for your benefit Be sure to send your name and address with your ques tion and enclose two cents iix coin or stamps for re turn postage Address lie Mason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau Frederic J Haskiit Director Washington I V THE OLD HOME TOWN BY STANLEY il He who willnot reason is a bigot he who cannot Is a fool and he who dares not is a I ORUMMOND I LACKING IN LEADERSHIP CONTINUE in tho fcellef that Al Smith has a strong chance to carry any state in the corn belt is to ig ire all the clear and unmistakable Indications Con Icuously noticeable In Iowa Is the fact that there isnt single outstanding champion of farm relief at this mo ent who hasnt lined up for Hoover If one should ant that there is extensive opposition to the republican ket in some quarters he could still point to the very nportant fact that this opposlion Is without leadership Iowa normally is a strongly republican state as re iblican almost as any southern state is democratic If e revolt against republicanism in this state were as as the democrats try to picture it wouldnt it seem at out oE the entire list of state officers or representa ves in congress Ihere would be at least one republican oving with tho stream And yet at this time there a one from Governor Hammill down who isnt out the open for tho republican ticket Senator Brookhart out on the stump for Hoover That hasnt just The same thing thats taken place in Iowa is to be Nebraska In discussing the adherence of Ne braskas governor to the republican side the Sioux City loWnal goes beneath the surface to reveal what has CctuatccI these farm leaders in their decision that Hoover more ot agricultural promise than Al Smith We late The decision of Gov Adam MuMullcn to support Mr Hoover WHS not lightly made and is not to be lightly considered Governor MtMullen is one of the advocates of agricultural sincerity is question lie gave his earnest support to the pNaryHaugeii liiH Ho has liecn zealous and dentin support ot all measures to obtain legislation behalf of tho farmer he ifc will bo remembered who proposed ft eljfioii in boots to the Kansas City convention its iirpose beinjs to demand a favoraJjlo expression in 10 platform in uclialf of agriculture and the noniina on ot a candidate friendly to tho farmer and his in However impractical such a suHSestion may ivo been it testified f o the intense earnestness of bvcrnor McJInllen Tho sovernnr has hut one ob ctivc aiii ho is to he believed when he says that not been influenced cither by partisan considera ms or by personalities yGovcrnor iMcMullen has taken his time o dccWo ffween Sir Hoover and Governor Smith He does hesitate o say that ho is not entirely satisfied ill Mr Hoovers handling of the farm problem hut Hoover has declared agriculture to ho the fore st issue and that declaration offsets his indefinite is for Furthermore Mr Hoover belonus the parly Hurt believes in a protective tariff he Js worn in the west he is a product nf the west il he should be farm inlnilcd Governor Smith on ie other liiind was born in New York City and is tunilly industrially minded Tho Governor therefore chooses Hoover His de will have governor Smith since his nomination has surrendered jhope his followers may have had of cutting into the Q Please spell the name of the radio announcer which sounds like Lois He Brilla M W A His name is Alois Havrilla ft What are the colors and design nf the flog of the Chinese nationalist covernment B I H A The colors are red white and blue The flag Is threefourths red The leftthand corner is blue with a white sun in center having 12 white rays J Kindly tell me what salary Graham McNamee the popular radio announcer receives and by whom he is pnid J S G A Information regarding the salary of Graham Mc Namee may be obtained from the National Broadcasting company Neiv York City Q What is the other term for a quack A L A An empiric is an Ignorant and unskilled pretender whether in medicine or in other spheres Q Is there a word like anywhere which means in many places I W A The word manywhere means this J Who foumlcd the NationalFederation of Busi ness and Professional Womens Clubs N C A In 1019 Miss Lena M Phillips founded the or ganization It now numbers over Dl000 members Miss Phillips has recently been traveling in Kurope to ascer tain whether or not it is advisable to organize an inter national federation f How long has Amelia Earhart been H T i A She has been flying since 1918 In 1920 she es tablished the womans altitude record tihe holds the first international pilots license issued to a woman She has to her credit GOO hours of solo flying Q What causes some bread to mold so quickly put in a tin container T B S A This condition Is usually due to the fact that the bread was put in while still warm Q Who was the founder of homeopathy J F H A Samuel Christian Hahnemann was the founder o the homeopathic system This German physician wab born in Meissen Germany April 10 1755 and dlctj a Paris July 2 1843 In 1175 he went to Leipzig and studied medicine At a later period he went to Vienna He afterward practiced medicine at different places H remained at Hofrath until 1833 when ho proceeded ti Paris TALES FROM TWO CITIES CHICAGO vote of middle western states He has turned back on the bill and he lias prom nothing more than a conference to be called after to solve the entire agricultural problem There nothing In his platform to match Herbert Hoovers iiallflcd assertion that solution of the farm problem 1J16 first obligation of tho republican party FATHER HINTONS DEATH OW deaths here In recent years have caused as pro By 10NE QUINBX HICAGO Aug Chicago Co tennial Worlds Fair In 1033 will one of the costliest birthday parti In history To give this Httle part which is to celebrate Chicagos am versary as a big town officials of tl exposition are planning to spend to make the affair a whoo ing success It will cost nearly four times as much as the first anniversary party which Chicago threw In ISM sta tistics showing that the Columbian A S H I N G T O N Aug 30 API Acting Secretary Hobblns of the war department back on part time duly cracked collar bone heal up came shooting eligi member ship in that high ilnslve ag gregation of avia tors the Catcrpll on the during which he suffered dam o to the Jilats little over DADTHE BOYS PRETTY NERVOUS FEW DAYS UNTIL SURE ARE NOT VJ1SE To VJERE STUN3 BY NOTICE THEY ALL OUMP THEY HEAR A By KIRKE L SIMPSON MOTTO IS NEVER TRUST A SALESMAN WI7W 5oiD TEETH Yco CANT DEPENP ON EITHER OH OOHN BE SURE AMD LOCK tHJVLDW6 Washington from THE COLLECTED EACH FROM MOST THE MEW m TOWNFOR IN A PROPOSED COUNTRY CLUB AND A SOLF BAi ANC six PJNTS CACHED HtS ESCAPE BUT HIS MEMORY LINejEfcS ON CTHE END Simpson Tells How Close lowan Came to Air Death Plucky Pilot Upheld Army Traditions by Staying With Robbins Despite Gloomy Outlook more the A wind 1 e n n s y Ivanin mountains where lie took his midair spill and he might have been forced to jump trusting to a parachute life boat JIo not only is the only near cabinet officer to hiive been bunged up in ail air accident that did not involve a piano crush but also the only one so far as known ever to have been threatened with the necessity for making a parachute glide for life Flew Into Storm TJOBBINS was on his way back to a long air pil of inspection ami was buck ing over the Pennsylvania mountains lilloted by lieutenant Quesadu a noted air corps Joystick expert in a huge trimotorcd Kokltcr transport The had made good altitude for the trans mountain bop but not enough to sat isfy Qucsnda as there were storm cen tcrs all about lie circled back to get another feet up Robbins sat be side the pilot in the control cockpit raised two steps from the floor the inclosed cabin behind Just then a oca storm in the mountain draws lielow sent up a few additional twisters The gripped the ship setting to reeling a bucking madly She shivered In conflicting strains of winds and motors and Quesada had visions of cracked wings and a tumble to the rugged land below with no good landing in sight He took no chances Youd better stop down in the cabin and be prepared to jump Mr Secre ho said to Robbins fighting to keep the ship in control Robbins Its no pleasing prospect to think of stepping Hit into thin air six or seven thousand feet and trusting to the chuto Jolded into the cumbersome bag on which you are sitting to gel you down alive In hurrying down thru the narrow cabin doorway as the ship reeled and jucked Robhlns caught his foot and crashed to the cabin floor carrying away struts In his fall hashing in a rib or two and shattering a collar bone Flints Vllght QUESADA had been facing the no cessity of abandoning shin in air With Hobbins helpless he knew that to do so might save his own life chute jump but meant death for the secretary when theabandoned plane crashed The flyer gritted his teeth and hung to his controls de liberately shutting the door on consid eration of his own best chance safety Ho showed the stuff In him then the stuff that makes flyers Fighting desperately ho dropped Ills big ship down to a narrow field hard ly large enough to hold her and des pite the tugging storm winds cased her to a landing Sho brot up safely against a wire fence H was n narrow anueak for Rob bins but what of it The men under him face such dangers smilingly every day as a part of their professional life You could no more keep tho war department civil heads out of army aircraft than you could keep them away from tho front in time of war with the guns pounding around ears of tho army They will face vol untarily the same dangers that men under them face whenever offers Peters Adventures A Dally Bedtime Slory By MRS FLORENCE SMITH VINCENT ONLY A BIRD AFTER ALL DIGHT here my Dont bo so afr dear cried my faithful husband aid Nothing will hurt you That only a bird that spoke just Bobolink was there o soothe me just as he always has boon But what a hoarse voice he had I cried Who wouldnt have a hoarse voice it he lived by the sea all the time as I do AVho has a belter right to a hoarse voice I should like to know demanded ttie stranger Of course 1 am sorry I frightened you madam but really it is your own faultIf you had been wise you would never have flown beak first for a lifrht If you hadnt then of course you would have seen Well 1 see you cried 1 my eyes recovering front the shock that the light had given them And a queer looking thing you are Husband said you were a bird I can hardly believe Mrs Bobolink chuckled atthe memory of her first glimpse of the stranger I was afraid that wifes words would make thefel low furious To be sure ho was a strange looking ob ject but they didnt not a bit In fact be seemed Mr Bobolink took up Iho tale at this point Whether you believe it or not makes not a bit of said heI am a bird and that is all there Is to What is your nameT asked wife Captain Cormorant Private replied the Diet and Health Dy Lain llant M D Address Inquiries to Dr care GlobeGazelle and stamped selfaddressed envelope Sign yout name as evidence of faith Send 10 cents in coin if you wlsb Reducing and Gaining Pamphlet DIET BACKSLIDER TELLS EXPERIENCES WOU and I are old friends attbo you probably dont I know it I have owned and lived by your Diet anil Health with Key to the Calorics for about five years and tltogether have taken oft at different times Til pounds From this you may know that 1 huvo been a frequent backslider Did you ever have all your teeth taken out at 24 of them It is very hard on the will power afterwards I was so sorry for myself that I put on 16 pounds in four months I have now lost nine of them in the last three weeks and expect to be free from the last seven before long i My mother is a dia betic and my father overweight died froin heart failure So you see I ap preciate the value of normal weight I prenrh your gospel Industriously exposition which was ternational soiree ever about which In 1904 cost while San tho first in given cost The party to St Louis Invited the world fellow stretching his long neck unltl his funny beak al most touched We drew hack In alarm Perhaps the chap wag not so much ot a friend as he would like to have us believe We remembered Night Heron and Billy BoatBill They had been pleasant enough to talk to It might he that i OTHER EDITORS THE AMERICAN PEOPLE Mnrslialltown Times Kcpublican The visiting caller had been at the state fair that is he had started for the Ktato fair and had switched off to the marathon dance in Ues Moines llo said not one word of the state fair and its but described the mauling antf dragging around of the muruiiK who have been over 500 hours hauling each other around a dance floor slapping each others faces an hour with an ox team is clr umstance The American people ar ound They have bank accounts thej aro paying for homes and ownlnj hem They aresupporting church e Tiid hospitals and living like Amer can people Lets he normal ourselves Leis b sane Tacts have horse senseenoug to differentiate between tho might power that drives the big flywheel an ho fly on the rim of tho whoel an short let s ourselves and believe In America and the Am erican people Francisco entertained to the tuno of this bird was just watching his chance to snatch us It PREPARATIONS are being nmfle L to accommodate visi found a shock as that Wednesday of the Rev Dr 1 P Hinton rector of St Johns Episcopal church 10 for several months perhaps for a year or two her Tllntons health has not been of the best it was 1 commonly supposed by hfs friends that the ailment serious in his ten years as head of the local Episcopal parish 1 Hinton has radiated an excellent cultural Influence this community JFew there were who had as lofty truthful concept of the meaning of service He suc led In stripping from it the superficial trappings ch too often are hung upon it Dr Hinton was as much the philosopher and llteratus pulpit orator The sermons which he preached were is of thot and rhetorical excellence Back in the when the renowned B L T Bert Leston Taylor conducting a column with some literary standards he editorial page of the Chicago Tribune Dr Hinton SD penname was John Moordyke contributed some of choicest verse to be found in that department he writers memory of Father Hinton In years to will restore to focus the delightful halt hours lie had with the beloved rector in the afternoon after paper has been put to Some times the ion turned on a modern author Again it would deal crime and Its possible cure a subject which always ied to Intrigue Dr Hinton And more than once genial father in a goodnatured way would remon against newspaper the tendency so evl 1 In Journalese to depart from the language punc ion and spelling of the classics Iways there was a demonstration of the pastors st with anything that savored of sham or hoakum patters of military policy for instance he decried the of the churches to minimize the need of ade i defense measurcp The suggestion that faith alone rl keep this country out of wir in a world that in Jd and looking for further warfare waa particularly Ignant to him iia church on the eve of further expansion in a ma 1 way will have need for the qualities which Father on possessed in generous measure and the commun an 111 afford to lose the type of religious IciuJcrshlp public helpfulness which this good rector lirot to in City tors 50 per cent greater than the entire population of the country in 1SS13 and the committee seriously forecasts a Chicago population of more than by that barring of course pestilence wholesale murder or other things that might cut down the census list Which doesnt seem improbable as the birth rate here is on the increase ind the mortality of infants Is less than in any other rig city in the world THE exposition which will be given on Chicagos lake 1 front close by tho Field Museum the Art Institute ind its skyline of famous skyscrapers will ho built In part on five islands which are to be filled in in the lake and left as a permanent gift to the city One oC these islands will be a remarkable fairy isle for the thousands of youngsters who attend the fair A topsy turvy town a fairyland for boys and girls that will ex ceed any amusement place ever built will be created by one of the famous seven architects who are to construct tho huge exposition Rising out oC the water like a icnlls island it will be populated with favorite characters of Mother Goose nnd laid with scenes of Gooscland andj Giimm and Andersen fairy tales in Chicago Is already going on pre paratory to big event A brand new chief ot po lice has been appointed who promises to run the crooks and gangsters out of town before 1933 anrt Big Bill sends word from his yacht that hes sweep Ing out the pineapples and machine guns wouldnt pay to take any chances He noticed our caution You neednt fear that I will hurt you Httle said he I just wished to see what you looked like You are not much like any of the birds along the coast You are travelers I talie it anil unless I miss my guess you have traveled a long long way Neither wife nor 1 made any reply Until we found out whether the strange bird of the night really was friend or foe we thot it wiser to let him do all the talk lnS Cormorant Private EARLIER DAYS AUGUST 30 W08 A J Killmer Is visiting in Polk county this week will not he home till the coming Monday Margaret Uoldeltck of Uecorah arrived a visit with Miss Millie Rye diy NE n EW YORK lot In the guidebooks New York CLARK KINXAIRD s Moro New York sights that sre George Andrick is in the city for an over Sunday visi with relatives and friends Mr Andrick is representing the Bucks Stove anrt Range company of St in th state ot Minnesota and Is meeting with splendid success A large number ot State Normal students left for Cedar Falls among them being the Misses Najm Fletcher Martha Batty Hazel Ramsey Paulino lyiy Helen Rhodes Coral Sykes and Miss Aldrldge Dr C L Mende ot Iowa City has determined to locat in Mason City and will open up dental parlors over th First National bank Dr Meade is a cousin of Profcsso MeaIe of the high school and is a graduate of tlie state university S B Dutro Is home from a few days business in Du The blind man in expensive clothes who wnlks thru theaterlined streets ns crowds are leaving nt nlpht iiipr a cane upon tho pavement and thrusting a cup out with Come on people come on The vast poultry house in Hurlcm near 3491U street d the bridge where you can pick out the chicken you vant and have it killed and dressed before youV eyes This s about the only place In New York you can most chick ens sold are cold and unfit for anything but stowing or TlTe wretched row of race rack tipsters nnd form sheet offices in 1Uh street which Is the cculer of the in especially when normal and virtuous I have reduced lo feel very stay awake etc He was greatly 1m not Imagine that the fly Is the mo Iircssed by the advent of a party which tivo power ho describes as drunk and dressed up He concluded What are the can people coming to Ho imagined that be saw the evican people at the mavatbon dailcft Me didnt see anything of the kind Had lie taken time to think and con sult bis own knowledge of the Ameri can people a moils whom be lives he would not have made that mistake in classification He would have called on his own observation of the people ho lives at and works with No T never had your unpleasant experience J had two out when I was a child that shouldnt have been out for instead of being temporary teeth as the family thot they were the permanent sixyear molars your teeth must have been in a pretty hud way to have to have DU PETERS all of them out but no doubt you ave been much benefited by their removal You must have had n lot of rich soft foods and drinks fterwards to have gained Hi pounds in so short a time did you stop your physical activities 33iabetcs Is preceded by overweight in up to 30 per ent of tho cases and heart failures are ahout HO per ent moro frequent in those so afflicted so you do well o appreciate tho value of normal weight Dont feel so bad about backsliding oncn in a while plays with and with whom ho goes to church and whom he meets on the street in business and socially For those are tin American peo And they are sound and sane Those who are earning daily the sup port of a home or keeping the home with their hands and rearing children and sending them to school of morn ings the millions of the American people as against the froth thrown off by the very activities of the American people JT he counted noses Jic think most of us do it I know I put on 10 pounds1 or 0 excess every summer while on my vacation f luive so will I can take it oft just as fast I put it on simply by undcrenting to the same extent ind length of time that I overate I find the best tiling foime to do is to have no brcnlc ast except two cups of coffee with 100 C tit cream about 800000 C for lunch when I cat a good meal Including Jlcsh foods or eggs or cheese and for supper a pint of skim milk and a large green salad or some fruit I have IcmoiiHtratcd over anil over again that 1 can have more calories if I have them in tho middle of the day than if 1 take them later in the day and reduce morn rapidly Theoretically it should nmke no difference when you takeyour calories and perhaps it doesnt if you sLtck a certain regime For those who need it we have a pamphlet on reduc ing and gaining weight which contains the foundation diet Sec column rules Air Swallowing rilY docs a person swallow air Is it dangerous My W sister suffers from this along with a tight feeling or choking in her throat Her doctor said sho would be troubled with it from time to time and gavo her no rea son and naturally she worries terribly thinking the doctor Is keeping something serious from her would have known that marathon dances and those who danco as those who pay admission fees to see an ex hibition of brutal weariness and Irvck effort prove tho American peo ple sane and sound by the exception to the rule There are those who seaing the ab normalities of living hold up horror stricken hands and see the American icoplo on the way straight to the evil It has como lo he a demagogs pportunity in politics The American people are very much vhat tho American people have been ind will continue to be They are neither drunkards nor marathon danc ers The people of Iowa arc what they lave been and what tbcs will continue to he plain working thrifty and In tclligent people of good morals and dustry devoted to selling rom cents to 35 persona promises of wealth for buciuc W L Fatten and family have returned home frCom visit of a few days in Minneapolis with relatives Mr and Mrs A A Martin and Miss Klsle Jordan are ionic from a few days in Chicago on buHiness Mrs George Humphrey and Miss Maude Robertson of ertile are guests at the home of Mr and Mrs H I rusia The old settlers of Cerro Gordo county willbe here omorrow and a fine time Is anticipated The Commer cial club committee appointed recently has arranged to provide the bund for the entertainment of the members ind have also provided for tables for the jilcnlu dinner WHATS WRONG WITH KANSASt Bolmond Independent Clarion seeking an air port Algona has cured ono Forest City business men are backing the Legion in getting one there Kaglo Grove is planning a com munity swimming pool Britt has se cured one of the finest tourist camps in Iowa Hampton merchants support a banil and are largely rcsponsiblu for couiity fair Shclfield has developed Commercial Club which has brot numerous benefits to the town our lit tle town ot Mescrvcy supports a good little home band Alexander mcrchanls luruish free movies to their country customers What has Belmond to show beside s neighbors Once wo had n Chamber of Coin nerce Its dead Onco we had a Good Club Its lead Once we ud a Luncheon Club Its dead Oncn had a Community club Its dead lice we hail a band Its dead Ask yourself Why aro these Are we satisfied with these condi lons If wo arc then thats all 1C wo irent then now can we change them vhat should be done anil how is the icst way to go about It Shall we be ontent to drift idly along Into slow ecay while our neighbors prosper and or shall ive uako up nrtil ake our place iVi the alongside hem What do you think good The young folks are work ng and going to colicRe and getting married and making homes just as their fathers and mothers did That they are driving forty an hour where their grandparents drove four KELLYGRAMS By FKED C KELLS The night court In 54th street where and hoar other side of Broadways story The subway being built in Eighth avenue as the con struction job appears from under the temporary street vast manmade cavern alive with Indnfilry The headlines in pinkjacketed evening ncivspapers The entrances to theaters on important Broadway A movie actor arriving at the Ambassador Add similes As trusting the New York visitor who liclieves tho Coney Island or Chinatown bus barker whcv llo announces to the pavement throngs Starting righl Visitors to New York are advised not to get into a Sightseeing hus unless It is nearly full 1C you get Into a bus containing only four or five persons all of them n be you mny have to wait for an hour or mort before It starts Prospects are induced to buy tickets ax soon as they enter buses and are never given their money back if they get tired of waiting and leave the bus Because of traffic conditions and the lack ot desire 01 the part of the persona operating them lo make any real effort to fsallxty their customers few of sight leeing bus trips are worth the time nnd money Usually more of the city IB lo bo seen from an open surface car the ele vated a Fifth avenue bus or on foot Swallowing air and tightness in the throat are boll manifestations of the mental nervous disorder known as hysteria You explain to your sisters doctor what lier fears arc nnd he will help find the cauyc of her hysteria t Is probably something which hygienic living and think ng will overcome which is on annual feature iiiteriirban microbo lias invaded Dows and the Itles of an electric rond thnt Is projected from Fort Dodge to Mason City via Webster City Dows and Hamp ton has stirred up an activity in behalf of the proposed enterprise A large force uf track layers Is engaged this week In taking up the side track temporarily laid on North Main street where the paving was being put down and trans Tening it to fair grounds where it will be Installed lo ac ommodate the extra trains for transportation of the isilora to the fair to be held next week All high school students making up work durinK the summer will he examined Monday afternoon in the as scmbly room of the hlffhscbool all making up elementary work will he examined this week Friday in the Central school Professor Bovee ifi In charge One of the biggest honey crops harvested In north west Iowa this year comes from the farm near Hanford where there has heen harvested pounds of honey This is the amount obtained after It had been strained Such honey Is said to be worth from 8 lo 10 cents per pound which means that such a crop a I valuable one It Is almost ns large 1 money yield field of corn and not half the work attached DINNER STORIES for1 NO WAR FOK HIM Uccrulting long do you want to enlist ration Recruilins of what Theres no war Applicant NVho said anything nbuut war Duration of peace 1 moan SAD HLT TIILH Theres a sort of a hump oti your tailor pausing in his clolllinK tlial you wili not thf said the Inn we make the lunup is I know you sighed liio customer Thats my in my inside wife is COSTS NOTHING r of goinp to Kinope this summer Have you any objection No certainly not Let her NOnOOY HOMIC Master 7 bnve hcon wailing for my tjoilins water for in hour isnt If ready A patent attorney was teltfng mo n dinner last night about the Increasing number of new patents filed each year The thot occurred to me that more in telligence must abound or else there wouldnt be so many smart people cap ihlo of Inventing new tlevices But a moments reflection showed me that the explanation for more and more inventions Is simply that every new contrivance suggests others Tm apinc tho number of Inventions that have been inspired by the storage bat tery Tiecauso every invention is a grad ual evolution due to what has been invented before and also to public need of a now article it often Imp pens that two or more Inventions working Independently bring out the same idea at the same time The tele scope was claimed by several Alexander Graham Bell was only a few hours ahead of Hllsha Gray in re cordinghis invention of the telephone and the question or right lo a monop oly on the patent was long in lltlga tion Xleppce and Talbo invented photoplay in 1877 Swan n Kngland invented the incandescen light at about the same time Kdlson did Heach and Wheatstonc were ri val claimants for the typewriter as were Wheatstone and Klllott for the stereoscope Litigation over Daimler and Sclden patents for the gas engine Is well known lo the present automu billng generation Nonc of these inventors stole any thing from his rival Kach hit on MORItOW A ORKAT DISCOVERY Tribune The wisdom of President Coolldges appointment of Dwlght W Morrow as ambassador to Mexico wag doubted by many at the time it was made Morrow was a Wall street financier and It was feared his banking connections would tend to make trouble with our neighbor to south Such has not heen the cftse Morrow has apparently forgotten that ho ever had a penny In Wall street and he has shown excellent senseand discretion and fairness in dealing with Mexico Tho country has como to look upon him as a good friend Recently Morrow traveled about the country and his welcome everywhere vas cordial and sincere He has eatab islied good relations Mr Morrow as ambassador has proved to be a great discovery IOWAS TART IN IT Cedar Haplds Gazette A potential ossiblo and probable president has ecn selected from among the sons of owa He Is the first lownn ever to run for the presidency ns the chosen andidate of ono ot the major political History is In the making In our midst Iowa this week Is the con cr around which turns the fascinating tlrama of America A GOOD Upper DCS MnlnesRepubliran Oovernor bus come out n luarcfootcd for Hoover lev Low den Is n good and if lie come out for Smith it would have looked like a case of sour erupts K week Ralz Is looking afler business In tills i Vow Maitl No sir I thot the flrsl lot was tuo Ions get lUny hot su I chansed it clever Idea because ft was the next logical step beyond what hnd gone be fore I Theres still plenty to be done The Great War Ten Years Ago AUGUST 10 10IS British troops cross the Somme and tbuH outflank Prronne IYoneh Xoyon and seize valu able foothold on tho slopes of Mount St Simeon In a dramatic tank drive covered by heavy artillery Inrrnge American troops capture Juviyny
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