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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 15, 1928, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE SATURDAY DEC THREE Syndicate Newspaper Office 121123 East state Street 27 28 and 29 Telephone Numbers WILL F W EARL Editor LBB P Manager CERRO GUKDO CO REPUBLICAN Established 18R1 Weekly GlobeEstablished May 1882 Daily Globe Established October 2800 The Mason City Founded la 1870 FLYING TO SAVE LIFE AN AIR passenger service has been set up between Chi cago and Rochester Minn It is primarily for the use of doctors and patients who desire to get to the Mayo cllnlo In a hurry If somebody was wise enough to de vise eorne method of doing as much for the soul of man as has been done for his body we might look for a great race upon the earth We can call upon experts and reach them in flying machines when want to save our bodies hut we must save our own that Is a great undertaking lesued Every Weak Day Afternoon by MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE COMPANY MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRJfSS The Associated Press exclusively entitled to the UN for publication of ell news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited in thia paper and also all local news published herein Official Taper In the City and County SUBSCRIPTION RATES In Mason City and Clear La lie Dally per year Daily per Outside of Mason City and Clear Lake Dally per year by Dally per week by Daily per year by mall I months 3 months 1 Outside 100 mile zone dally per 6 months 3 months WRITE IT OUT TT IS a help to clear thinking to know rather definitely what you believe about the few Important fundamental matters of life Would it not be a good thing If we wero to write out our own philosophy of life what wo honestly think and believe about things Not many of us would produce a piece of writing that any publisher would care to buy but we would clarify our thinking nnd prepare ourselves for more thotful living Advertising Rates Furnished on Application Entered at Fostofflce ac Masqn City Iowa as Second Class Matter I The game of life looks cheerful when one carries treasure safe in Ills 1 OBSERVING hear so often the Why isnt there The resources of our free information bureau are at your service You are invited to call upon it as often as you please It is ueing maintained solely to serve you What question can answer for you There is no charge at all except 2 cents In coin or stamps for return postage Address your letter to the Mason City GlobeGazette Information Bureau Frederic J Ilnskln Director Washington D C HOW TARIFF HELPS THE Minneapolis Tribune points out the fact that in 1927 Minnesota farmers received for butter fat which was the greatest of all their crops in the aggregate cash value The Increase over the previous year was twelve million dollars and the average price re ceived was cents Continuing the Tribune says llero was a crop that sold for a higher pries per unit in the face of a market Increase in production Here was a crop tlmt put twelve million mare real dollars into the pockets of Minnesota fanners than hud been realized from the same source the previous year in the face of the fact that butter is produced in Denmark ut a coat Of 13 cents under production costs in Minnesota and in New Zealand at a cost 24 to 28 cents under nnd in the face of the fact that the water freight rate from New Zealand to New York is less than the rail freight rates from some points iu Minnesota to New The Tribune asks what made this gain possible and answers the questioncorrectly by stating that it was the protective tariff Under the Underwood tariff milk and cream were on the free list while butter had a tariff ol but two and a half cents a pound Compare prices which the former receives for hia dairy products now with the price received in Underwood tariff days and It is easy to see how the protective tariff can help the farmer And it Is not only the farmer of Minnesota who Is helped Farmers all over the country are getting fat checks for milk cream and butterfat and they are getting these checks because the tariff keeps out cheap foreign com petitive products To the dairy farmers ILB tariff beneficiaries can be added the sugar beet growers of the west and those who produce eheep and beef cattle Then we must not forget the cftnuBrpwer of south and hta southern neighbor fancy garden truck northern market Neither of these live without tariff protection and the vegetable grower says he must have even more pro tectlon Doubtless he will get it and farm schedules will be raised in all directions The old cry that the tariff does not help the farmer but penallztes him has been exploded For the time being at least the free trader has passed out of the picture Q S P How mucli light do dirty windows cut out A Lewis Carrls of the national society for the pre vention ot blindness says that In many shops the light is cut down onequarter because the windows are not washed regularly Q How many miles of canals lias Venice B R A It has 650 canals and 378 bridges The city is built on 78 islands Q When did a submarine first sink a warship J H F A The Confederate Hundley was a true diving craft On Feb 17 1864 she blew up the United States steam ship Kousatonic The Hundley went down with her vic tim This was the first success of a submarines action with a warship and the only one until the World war Q Ilcase namo some of the song hits of 189G S IJ A Hot Time in the Old Vovrn Kentucky Sweet Rosy OGrady came out in 1886 Two songs made famous by May Bully Song and Frog published that year 0 What was the reliRion of the Romans at the lime that Jesus Clirlst lived B H A Tire Roman belieE was pagan Jove or Jupiter was the supreme god and there were innumerable lesser gods Q Was Virginia Dare born in Virginia or North Carolina L B C A Virginia Dare the first child born In America of English parents was born on Roanoke Island then Vir ginia but now North Carolina in1587 Q Is the in luxury given the sound ol g K E N A Not properly It retains Its normal sound Q Was stone a popular building material in colon ial days N L A The colonists rarely used stone Wood nnd brick were In general use What stone buildings were oullt were in the north t Which nation holds the leadership In air trans port flying S B A Germany has that honor this time Flana of the American commercial air combines for next spring promise to nation well toward tho top In thia question a police woman in the department that Ive concluded there must be some basis for the query Certain types of juvenile cases particularly those involving young girls can bo best handled by a woman I dont think there should be much debate on that subiect Im Inclined to feel that dispensing with the services of the woman member ot tho police force Is In a large sense progressing back wards whereas most of our municipal progress of recant months has been to the lore am glad to present this letter from an old friend ot this de partments readers now of Charles City but once a resident of Mason City Denr Mr Eye Is loking over an old G G the other day I camo upon this Turkey and it glared at mo in a menacing way It struck mo In tho same wny the words and Ltme Creek do you as a rank misuse of names I should say Have we got to come down to seeing Thanksgiving day written of us Turkey Day I wonder why somo ol these newspaper reporters must use a lot of slang to express their meaning I am most de cicledly with you iii trying to sup press Xmas and Llmo Ive often wondered where tho Winnebago got that awful nickname Thanks giving day to me Is as sacred a day as Christmas or Easter AVe are elven by the laws of the land one specia day in which to give thanks to our Merciful Heavenly Father for tho many blessings heaped upon us In stead It has become a day of big din neis parties dances football games and now even the beautiful name Is perverted it seems to me a far cry from the original meaning of the day to tho present day And if ever in the history Thanksgiving Day i should a day of real mean inc to this nation the twentyninth of 1928 should have been a dav of Peters Adventures A Dally Bedtime Story By MRS FLORENCE SMITH VINCENT one you some harm ana you try to rivo them away they will run up on ome tall tree out reach of every nine but a shotgun and chatter and rin ot you and mock you arid as 0011 as you aro eono they are tluwn ml at their tricks again One ot my lelRhbora had analr ot them nest In no of the chimneys on his house the iast summer and raise a family of ouns ones but with the air of a shot un ho finally cot rid of them I will name ot their depre latlons and annoyances that I and omo of my neighbors hiwe been sub ected to by the rascals They carry loth walnuts and horsechestnuts buckeyes around the neighborhood tnd dtK them In the gardens among ho flowerbeds and vegetables where hey grow up and to dig them ui destroys the flower and vegetable lants They frisk around In the tors of our tall applo trees atter the ap nles begin to ripen anrt take a bite moro out of an apple here and here always selecting the reddest and finest apples which spoils the apples Dally they go to a neighboring corncrib and steal ears ot corn and them on our premises up Into trees or other high objects and scatter lie corn and cobs over ourlawns These rascals are of no use or good whatever and should be exterminated or caged up liko other emphatically urge against the use of inflammable Santa cos tumes in connection with this Christmas just ahead Cotton whiskers are especially hazardous Merry Christmns can be made one of the saddest days of the year JMRv have yet to find any nuthor SSftfe ity for calling the Prince ot Wales merely The A HOMESICK HOUSEHOLD TTJRTLE DOVE looked about him nnd sighed deeply and 1 his little wife did exactly ns her husband did I think wo should luippy hero i we wero not so murmured he In answer to Peters question It is all very well to scold about having to live In such crowded quarters but when it comes down to It it is moro fun than living away from ones kin altogether To he sure there nro any number ot birds about but not one Turtle Dove have wo met It serves 113 right I dare say thefolks would declare They coaxed us to join a party and take a fly to England when thoy found wo were discontented but we would not even do that Wo let ten of our friends go off without us Wo chose our own course and alt by ourselves we sailed to this 1Iavo you ever English folk revolt at the term 1 dont blame them And SHOULD BE WERE NOT been lonely hoy asked Mrs Dove suddenly Peter nodded Indeed I said he I have al ways lived with my father nnd mother in a farmhouse way off from all other houses and I have never had any boys and girls to play with I know exact ly Jiow you Oh 1 hope declared Mrs Dove It is not a nice feel ing at all In spite of nil tho crowd and noise it I could I would wish myaelt back In our really truly home this very minute My fea thers just curl up when I think of Aow now now Diet and Health By Lulu nnnt M D Add to Or Peters tfid enclose Miladdressed envelope Sign your name aa evidence of good faith Send 10 cents In cola il you wtah Redudnj ud Gaining Pamphlet CUTTING OF FOOD CARLORIES ONLY WAY TO REDUCE WEIGHT Is it that my measurements are going down thru VV systematic exercise but I am not losing In weight Tho reason Is that you are developing muscle tissue to replace the fat tissue A Fat tissue contains oil and muscle tissue contains water Oil a lighter than water you know It will float on hence of equal weights of fat and muscle tissue the muscle tlssiie will take up less space If you want to reduce In weight also yon will have to cut out calories from your diet But you sensible to bo Increasing your exer cise for exercise Is necessary to tona up the muscles and keep all organs In good condition Have you our Instructions on re ducing Our pamphlet on the sub ject gives detailed information Wa also have an article on the Atonic Abdominal Wall which outlines Bomo splendid exercises for the trunk LULU HUNT PETERS M D it is milk Fermented Milks Is a fermented milk It IB a good food largely because When Metchnlkofr worked with the Bulgar H field Q Do fleas havo wings H N A Tho flea Is a small wingless Thero are about 100 species known of which onethird are American Every winter I take colfl two or three times Is there any way to prevent this R S J A A leaflet about the cause and prevention ot colds is being sent which gives reliable information and advice about them LOWDENS VOICE RETURNS TfRANK O LOWDENS approval of the policy of letting Hoover work out his own method of farm relief is In terestingIn that It breaks a long silence on the part of the former governor and significant in that it exemplifies a common attitude among farmers Senator McNary of Oregon is leading a movement to rush thru some kind ot makeshift relief legislation But most of the more reputable middlewesterners are dis posed to let Mr Hoover dictate tho plan This Is another way of saying that farmers generally would be better served by delaying all actton on farm rei lief until Herbert Hoover occupies the white house Let the presidentelect make good on his St Louis promise to call a special session of congress if necessary Mr Hopver has said more than once that he regards agriculture as the greatest problem facing the country today His administration Is pledged to a solution of the problem Thats a considerablesized order yet It Is remembered that Mr Hoover has not up to this time fallen down on an undertaking If this pledge were mere big farmers would probably lie more disposed to place their trust in congress than in the president But coming from a man of re markable achievement the inclination will be to let the presidentelect work out the matter in his own way TALES FROM NEW YORK By WALTER WINOHELL LETS KEEP THEM IN IOWA liyrASON CITY will be host Saturday evening to a hun dred high school athletes or such a matter attracted here tp the banquet sponsored by the local Mason City association of Iowa alumni i One need not be an Iowa alumnus or evsn an Iowa feooster to be Impressed by the worthy purpose ot the Induce Iowa high school athletes to live their collegiate athletic careers In their own state Vln the past Iowa has contributed all too heavily to othier states A list of the outstanding Mason City ath YOIIK Dec It Is kept dulto a secret Henry Ford Is plotting a motor car revelation to run his com petitors ragged Incidentally the Ford plane which sells for is said to cost twice that much to manufacture and altho Ford is contributing as much as any other person to tho advance ment of aviation ho will not permit anyone to fly over his house From the Associated Press comes this horriblenews Theodore Fortlne 30 was sentenced to jail In London on a charge of being a eavesdrop per The charge based on an old sta tute readin part Salil person did listen about the houses andwindows and eaves of the houses ot divers good people Hearing tattle and repeating same to the common nui sance of all the people nnd against the law peace and dignity of the said Over here you simply get a job on a tabloid and tho salary is delicious real thankseivlnc Mr Bye wont you please use your influence to suppress that horrible ex pression Turkey Day Sincerely Mrs J W Glerman Charles City now many in this day licfRiu would bravo a cold rain storm to listen to a political debate Thats what the Illinois folk 000 of Lincoln and Doug las clashed A more likely course of conduct now would be to turn tho dial of tho radio with this comment Wevo heard enough from Her bert Hoover lets tune in on a little have received this letter on a Christmas shopping problem from Tim Leach Mason City rural route Having been a resident ot our Brand city for the last 20 years and havlnir observed tho Rams thlnes be foro every Christmas I believe it Is lime I spoke my opinion ot all mer chants In relation to their hired help The comingweek and up untl Christmas all stores will be open eve nimjs which Is certainly fine for th store owners since added business means additional profit Then comei tho help working late every night anc receiving no extra ply the add tlonal work and money they are jjiv Ing to their employers I appeal to your sense of fairness Mr and in plain worda I ask you am it rlnht Mr Leach presents the negative side of tho case What many will won cler Is how the situation could be met Mr Leach and many others appro eiate tho service that Is given to then it this time How Is It to bo available unless those who know their mer the regular shop he hack to sunnlv H dont at this moment hav in mind anything that im presses me as bolnc sillier tha the claim some times made that sniol Ing Is beneficial liecause it docs awaj with tho craving for sugar And wouldnt want to believe It It It wer hcio in this count where we produce sugar and want t produce moro sugar am In receipt of an interesting hope those south side rcsi fe dents succeed in their efforts to obtain a set of tennis courts t Koosevclt school Tennis in recent ears has been permitted to die out too mch in Mason City Im for a revival f it Thero is no better game for oys and girls It theres a thing the chool board or the city can do to lelp with the realization of tho south Idcrs plan I hope It will be done Incidentally it will be a matter ot egret If the Y M C A is not enabled o preserve and maintain the two For st Park tennis courts which were urnetl over to it last year I under tand there Is real danger that these my dear Dont you go and get all worried up over said her husband soothingly When wo really make up our minds tostart there is nothing to stop us you Bue we couldnt go nnd leave the children my cried the mother Ot course not Who said we could cried her mate But it will not be long before they will be old enough to fly over with us Turtle Doves wings are strong you he continued turning to the boy Even tho youngsters can fly for great distances a goorl thing loo when you come to tliitift of it Wo like to travel so well what would we do without strong flyers Where are your children by the way asked the boy You know I really came over to see Wo are sorry but It looks as If you were going to bo said their mother Thoy must be contin ually trying their strength as youngsters will and this morning they went for a fly and told us not to worry that they did not know when they would be back And we aro not the least hit anxious for wo are sure that lans ho thot their robust health and longevity might be due In part to their fermented milk which they consumed in great quantities But wo believe now that any milk fermented or tmfcrmented Improves the diet altho the fermented type does agreo with some persons where plain milk doesnt All forms of fermented milk due to the different ypes of lactic acid bacteria and they all help to combat itcstlnal putrefaction No there Is no foundation for he belief that these fermented milks will cause any tron le unless ot course so much la taken that the aro Wo have an article on Balanced Diet 1 AM worried about my husbands hands which are very tanned Recently there have appeared pink blotches vhlch look liko new skin but we havent yet Been any f the old skin peel oft The blotches are quite noticeable Can you tell me what these are and how to remedy the ondition MHS ots will have to be disposed ot to they are well able to take care ot atlsfy certain items of indebtedness igainst tho lots Tennis fans should be up and doing have observed public sneaking and public speakers from sev eral angles and several plat oims One ot tho commonest mis akes ot speakers It seems to me is to login tho talk with cither an apology an apologetic attitude To make any sort of excuse for not being better nrepared Is to give yourself tho worst cosslble start asfar aa the phychol ot your audience is concerned You cannot expect the crowd to be well Impressed to think you are grootl Next The Btiys Stay Out EARLIER DAYS Some skins are sensitive to the fluna rays for aomo not fully understood and It 1s possible that your uisbands skin is so sensitive It will be wise for him to wear gloves for In those who are sensitized tho suna and the artificial aun rays may cajjse skin dis orders which later may be serious I have heard that adding milk Or cream to potatoes au3es a chemical change which makes the foods inni estlble Is this true It seems rather farfetched to MHS DECEMBER 15 1008 T A Potter Is home from e week at Winnipeg where he was looking after a gypsum company in which ho is Interested there The report of the manager indicates a prosperous year and that the stock Is paying a good dividend r One of tlie sensations of the markets for the past week it you Indicate at the very beginning was tne drop in BUear ttnd lt Js confidently reported that that you are feally poor If you are within a week sweets ot that character may be pur well prepared make the most of It It is farfetched Mrs M In fact the addition of but ter milk or cream to potatoes adds to their value from the poiht of view ot taste vitamins and energy needs Thero Is no chemical change that takes place 4 MRS have an article on Blood Pressure and one on the Care ot tho Hair and Scalp which will answer your questions Next Trench Mouth If you are badly prepared dont talk If you can avoid It If you cant avoid It at least try and not show that you are badly prepared This from a per son who has had to sit as many dry talks as anybody around these parts will wngcr that these rccollcc tiojm from the pen of R J G chased for 20 pounds for the dollar The Elks will follow a custom that has been in vogue for the past two or three years of giving a Christmas tree entertainment and distributing presents to tho poor chil dren of the city Jacob E Decker is tho wizard for this sort of joy again this year Manager Tom Arthur 1ms decided to cut out all the second class traveling melodramatic companies and sub stitute high class vaudeville instead except when the house IB booked with the heller class of attractions He prcsunt chVlstiiias ctl thc Initial bill last night and the big audience gave memories In some of the rest nl you market dcmonstivitlon of UieJr niwrecfndon I wonder how many of the present generation of Sunday school students with radio automobile and cinema realize the deep Interest tho older generation took In the Christmas Eve celebration at our Sunday school Remember with what contempt we looked upon those misguided youths who had been lead from tho narrow path by the attractions of the Mcth orllst picnic when they first went to Clear Lake over tho ulectrlc line and Tho Northwestern States Cement plant will not close down on December 33 as formerly announced but have given out December ns tho date The reason for this is that a number ot liite orders have come in which require attention and tho mill will be run as long as theiO Is room in the bins for tjia product Mrs W S Rtinkln entertained a few friends Saturday evening in honor ot Miss May Wrlglit of Cedar Falls who is here visiting Fourteen wagon loads of hops passed thru thn streets ot Ihu city today cnrouto lo thu packing house Thoy were letter from amember of tho Radio Listeners league who signs himself Member No 97 Last This will identify him at least with the officials of the league Heres tho letter Dear Sir What hns become of the Mason City branch ot the Radio Listeners league I was given to understand when I joined a year ago that this was to be a permanent thing here In Mason City but so fnr this fall have failed to hear of anyone that Is doing anythingfor tho good of radio reception In and around Mason City I will be more shown where it will bo of any benefit There are a good many cities In the United States that have made this local Interference question a real Issue and have thrashed It down to a minimum thereby benefiting the radio listeners ns well as saving many dol HE credo that New iork is a tough town for the forUloso wllo wero jgnorant of comer that one hasnt a chance to click without pull1 than willing rejoin ft I can bo that one cannot crash tho literary artistic or theatrical fields unless one has influence and so forth was shat tered again last week by Florence Weber 21 who Just came hero from Chicago where she designed costumes for thR Chicago Opera company With little enough currency but with a portfolio con taining her delightful drawings under her arm she made ho rounds ot the Squares This Is what followed 1 Eai1 Carroll Immediately assigned her to work on Iet4s and their colleges aro evidence In support of this Agiinst the Ohio eleven lost fall Iowa was opposed by Iowa boys who ought by all thats logical and good to be attending an Iowa college This Isnt intended as a criticism ot the athletes who have gone elsewhere for their careers Rather It is an Expression ot praise for the attempt that Is being made In this local meeting to make Iowa colleges and Iowa collegiate HCe attractive enough to keep Hawkeye high school graduates from being lured to distant pastures The other side of the picture is that it alumni will busy themselves at sending material instead of com plaints to their college coaches athletics In Iowa will bo greatly advanced Here Is an attempt to do that too WHO ARE FRIENDS IT 13 not likely that any one of ns has a largo number ot friends We may have I large number of nc qualntances How many people are there among your acquaintances whom you can absolutely trust under all circumstances How many will tell you the truth when you ask It How many will not try under somo condi tions to deceive jou and to glilcM themselves How many are merely fair weather friends who can not ho counted on when It rains How many cnre little or nothing about you and your hut care much about what you are able to do for them all tha trouble they were causing I honestly believe that if the radio listeners one and all would get behind this here In Mason City that 00 per cent of the local interference woulr ba cleaned tip to the satisfaction of al concerned Whnt Is the use of pro testingwhere your favorite station has been put If the local Interference 19 so great that you cannot get then his forthcoming show 2 Hoxy bought a number of her I anyway Lets hear from soma who J drawings and urged her to call again 3 Earl Carroll told T renowned costume firm about her which offered weekly but she probably will spurn It because of better offers Merit doesnt count in Now York unless you have a pull Guess again TUDIES IN H1JDI XIJAXCV Stupid booh Ham actor Sensational tahlokls Mean traffic cop Dark night Little baby Pretty girl Awful murderer Thrifty Scotch man Hundred per cent perfect Tiny midget White snow Sexy Mae West Expen sive cabaret CHICAGO By 10NE QU1NBV Dec ot tho trials of Mary Du gan hut a most pleasant one no doubt is Jano Hard Ing Bannister whoso mother is better known hy her stage namo ot Anne Hnrdtng leading lady ot The Trial ot Mary playing on Chicagos Rlalto at present Jane arrived during llic early summer and Is a healthy beau tiful baby TJIK office of Herman N Bundesen the new Cook counts coroner was as fragrant aa a funeral when ho went Into office the other day Ami not among tho floral tributes of good will worn several dozen from fiomo ot our best local undertakers Coroner Bimdesenn previous job by tho way was teaching tho ot Chicago and Cook counly how to dying Ho was health com mlbsioner lioio and made a national reputation aro trying to really do something suspect a fortune Is waiting for tho person who Invents a practicable way of keeping barbers cllpers at just the right temperature so that when they como Into contact with the skin they will not feel like a cake of ice Nothing moro to invent some boy suya Theres something for yon am asked by G H F ot Rockwell to present the fol lowing in reply to a communi cation which appeared inthis depart ment last week in criticism ot the ac tion by tho slate hoard ot control I was very much pleased to read that tho state hoard ot control hail ordered tho extermination of all squirrels on state property and it scorns to mo that tholr reasons or do Injr so wero good In lust Saturdays alohaGazette 1 read a letter from ftomn nno at Clear who seems to ho very much ng irrlcved lv thn order and as Iho writer ot tho letter wishes to from others what they think ot it therefore I will glvo you my oplnlov of it The only reason ho gives for pro vnrvttitf them Is because they nrc so I cute XouI admit thnt hey nrc VPI 1 cute HO cuto that after they have wero therefore dlsnnallfletl for our Christmas celebration Each class met in its own corner C the church and received their testa ments and Bibles from their teacher is rewards for perfect attendance pre Iminary to the main attraction And thc gasp of wonder that went up from the children in tho front seats when the calico curtains across he platform was drawn liack to the soft music of young voices singingthe songof that First Christmas to show ho manger at Bethlehem with that goldenhaired teacher of the Infant class portraying the Madonna gazing down starry eyer on the babe In her firms while some of the good brethren long short and fat camu in as thc Wise Men from the with the traditional gifts Sometimes Uie babe well fed and happy cooed sweetly but all too often tho youngster yelled nnd the anxious mother In the wings had to relieve the acting Madonna Remember the tremendous ap plause when the superintendent came out as Santa Clans with three Illy ar ranged pillows as his lower chest to distribute the bags of candy pop corn and red apples And beat of all remember how when the benediction had been pro nounced you left the church bundled up in legglns muffler and tho new coat that un acting Santa Claus hat brota little early between mother ane father and walked home over tin crunching snow under the clear col stars to be put to bed early so as to b Irst at tha pile ot gifts under th Christmas tree in tho front parlor on Christmas morning You unfortunates of this day nm age dont know anything about Chrlsi heard a man express this tho not long ago Keep cool and you command everybody The moment a man loses his temper and his self control ho puts himself at such a disadvantage that almost everybody who can hold Ma temper can bcat him It is true for tho mind and tho body There Is no substitute for poise In winning a battlo or an Raro Indeed is tho man who can keep his feet on tha ground when ail nbotit him arc soaring dontsunnose it would IM nos tho property of tho Uroers brothers of near Burchlnal Thc scono of so many teams In 0110 string attracted a good i What is deal of attention nnd ninny remnrlcoil tliiit it was the first of ChrJslziia scmhlanco of old times scon In many a day glonm of a s Chief of police Lock laid off Ills uniform and it tho ntai this morning and will leavu tills week for Illinois i of or a visit WITH NORTH MINNESOTA IS ENVIOUS 1 Estherville News Since tho HK of November when Iowa voted to spend for paving tho primary roads of tho state Minnesota scribes have written galleys of editorials on the backwardness ot the gopher states program Fnr years Minnesota prided herself justly on having he edge on Iowa In road building 3ur neighbor state on the north enoys one of the host tourist businesses n all of these United States niul fully realizes the necessity ot having the finest roads that money will buy it that profitable tourist trado In to continue Now that Iowa has boldly adopted a paving program Minnesota editors look upon their fine graveled highways as decidedly Inadequate nnrt point to Iowa as the example to be TIHJ CORN STALKS Allison Tribune Skeptics ind the timid may hesitate to be hcru is anything in thn talk using cornstalks Tor artificial In for other commercial pun 3ut tho LYotiucts con of DubiKtue shipped out its firs oart ot wallboard made from stalks last wook A good deal r ay lias boon caused by icrtson o inn to design new typo machiner cording to tlio managers Ihc farmers receive about a tr tho Thn company has c on hand for feet of hoard and new orders aro com I every Some lay there w many factories working up th products or Iowa farms WOULD WAIT A Bl MilrliRlI County Tress Som farm rellot nrosncrls arent Ir any too good tho Press sees nnd we aro inclincil to honn th lert is dronneil until Mr Hoover office text Mnrci To all a i nrcs those who are trvlncr to introduced in the present sess contrress aro interested onlv in c some sort ol hill Ihrn unl out wnv jLncl Ihc less irood IL would DEPOSIT GUAKANTKK DEMAND KNUS Rock Rapftls Reporter Now that Iowas banks havo emit that disturb Incr nractlco ot most uncx ncctedlv we hear little demand for a bank guarantee law Jiiulit now with nil tho agitation to throw thn Nebraska rruaranten law The Spirit of Christmas By THE KBV HENRY WADB DoBOSB D D Pastor First Presbyterian Church SparUnbnrg 8 AN essence so elusive as tho spirit of Christmas can not be caught by the point of a pen or imprisoned in bars of type i Tho spirit of Christmas is distilled In loving hearts i and conveyed thru sparkling eyes and laughing lips and kindly fingers It Is compounded ot faith and love and gladness nnd goodwill When the festal comes thlo mystic spirit flashes its message thru innumerable channels It whispers thru boughs of evergreens It gleams from wreathed holly It glows in the flaming1 tips ot tiny candles H sets lights in tho windows of mansions and cottages It Incites cleft fingers to add to tho homes ot tho happy a hundred touches of beauty It unfurls prodigal banners of smoko abovo old hy tho unwonted roar in tha flue and the unwonted mirth by tho hearth For tho spirit ot Christmas brings back beneath tho old roottree Innumerable feet that have traveled mr and revives in the breasts of sllvorlmlrcfl mothers the joys of long ago For a day it annuls tho years and fills of the old with the gladness of youth But It carols its sweetest music in glca iitlio children What is Ihls mystic breath that wo call the spirit This much is sure There Is In it the There is In It an angels snng Thero le ot a Tlolv Child There is in 1C tho hav wHl be looklnc 9 Oni2 MONTHS Kossuth County Advance There U nerhaps something to bo said In fa vor ot the uresont system fnlnr onths ot colleco a year rather than 2 from the standnolnt of iaIa and others however Most dads un oubtertlv welcome the financial rcathlno snell which the cummer va atlon affonls Mothers mav not lw annrcclatlve In thnt direction but t Is aafo to wiv that thev wolcomf IB onnortunitv to have son and auditor with them ntraln for a vhllo each year beforetho ake flfKht from thc homo nest for ver Imacino that there would hr a mlirhlv littlo chance ot crettinpr such a measure passed in this statn AMUSINfJ IN ITS AVAT Primchar Bell To Urn man un a tree and sitting fritout on i limb In thc bond flirht in northwestern Iowa it is nmnsintr tn sen tho mad for pnvltvj In that voted stronalv this lin jHovpment only a ftsv short Rible to find a better for EXIUVININO WOKTH HOAD VOTK leallne wllh Intoxicated mito mobile drivers than that In Massachusetts A dninkon driver i swcnt Into 1nll without argument II found of belnjr under tho In lie loses his license nnd he has to wnlt a ho cnn even Jinnlv for nnothor Thorn could lie no more effective deterrent than thir abridgement of wlint most havo como to look urjon as an In work nf Mm M allunaulc t I110 Niirfhwnoil Anrlior When tho dis trict stale senator and tho Ktnlo rcscntatlvo nluinp th territory run ning down a upon wlitcli Ihcy wero in fair d Inir a Irglslntivc vssimi wlint cm le r excreted hut victory for them their specious arguments iro txpod No action wu Inkcu tci conilml Am I farmer the liottrr tlio nnlitirlans woillc lilio it WR havn llio fccliiiithat kcr islntinn for the common wonl hnvo better chnnoeK in a Hoover i ministration than in a Toolidco one even tho thR nresltlcnteieet nor il in to curry out tlv of AS TIIK IROMTS KADF fVilnr Ialls Hcciml Within n sr lours jKipor profits OL disnnneiirod It knowi nf course tho crash would toim tli stircuhtl ion in tho stock ma let inl inarlv all of llinin liail nn dieted tlio would come it wn not looked for so soon however Most of the losses it Is said m those which luive been nvrnmided II Inst few months Hio losses ire linn hv tli who have lien nla Inc tho market liie past niontli I il innrnfiTs fiuni linn to time I thflil ill loivil DONOTHING SESSION Charles City Press Concress from 11 Indication will do littlo In this hort sesfion There mav be action on ionlder Dam anil ratification of tho JrinmlKeHoirir noacc Iroatv tho oven hesn aro uncertain There will have o bo somo billHut nrm relief and various other Ininort int unfinished left over from ho lust session will evidently snored This Is explained as nollcv no in tolrnce or Ineptitude The klntr Is live tho kinc Concress Ks to tho new administration and iwnlts tho wnrd ot President Hoover KELLYGRAMS liy FKKD C KKLLY t IONCIO heird Ifoiiklns j president of Dartmouth remark that the KITH test pest Inj liny institution wlutiur business office or is Hio fellow who is not nultn Kul enough to flio lint JUKI nets ly Which reminds mo that one oft tho innst fiiiiious In tho J vvner of a strlni lid Strileso nf tlni 1 for nindo it a ruTo to ills liaiKc any cniployo who nc tlio V end of fiw years IH not good i enough to promoted   

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