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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 25, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE FRIDAY JAN 25 1929 THREE 1 i 1 3 i Syndicate Newspaper Office East Stats Street Telephone Numbers Z7 28 and 29 WILL F MUSEEditor EARL HALLManaging Editor LEE P LOOM ISBusiness Manager ClOIUtl iOHIIO CO KEPlimlUAN Established IRfil Weekly UlobeEatablished May 1882 Dally Jlobe Established Oclolier lsao The Maeon City Times Founded In 1870 issued Every Weak Day Afternoon by MASON LTIY CilOBE GAZETTE UOMPANT MKMISIiK OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press exclusively entitled 10 the u for publication ot all news dlspatcliei credited to It or not otherwise credited In tbli paper and also all local MOWS published herein Official Iaper In ttie City and County SUHSUKirTION KATES In Mason City nnil Clear Lake Dally psr year J700 Daily per 15 Outside of Mason City and Clear Lake Dally per year by carrier Dally par week by carrier15 Dally per year by mail 400 6 months J226 3 months J135 1 monthM SO Outside 100 mile zone dully per 6 months J325 3 months S176 more Independent than a good many who are Independ ent in nanio only How can a newspaper which has no policy bo more Independent tlian a newspaper which sup ports a party policy Its on occasions such as this that the writer would like to walk Into Mr Rankins editorial sanctum and pro ceed to define the Issues so that all concerned would know wliat the debates all about AS TO TRUTH people who go about blurting out the truth nbout themselves or other people might better be silent All they do is to make somebody clso miserable to no purpose Silence is often much better than tho spoken truth But tho habit oC not telling tho truth when speech Is demanded Is even moro indefensible than talking too much When our word Is no longer believed we are thru as fur ns character reputation standing or influence is concerned Lets be careful about saying that somebody cannot be depended on to speak the truth It Is a deadly charge Thero are doubtless white lies which lubricate the relations between people There always have been and always will But in an Issue ot importance there Is no sound middle course Stalling is HO part of It is either silence or truth Advertising Rates Furnished on Application Entered at the Poatotfico at Maaon City Iowa as Second Class Mutter Fame Is the perfume of heroic deeds IT LOOKS GOOD FOR IOWA K BLISS head of the extension department at Ames in his address before a group ot Cerro Gordo county corn growers Wednesday afternoon alluded to a trend which Is tremendously significant with rela tion to the future oj fanning In Iowa He dealt round figures ana they are u the writer recalls them In Unite StaUs today are 4000000 fewer farmers than in 1020 The total population ot the country has gone up 0 000000 in that period In Iowa there has been no material change in rural population weve been hoiaing our own Thua whfla thera 4000000 fewer producers of food in America there are at least 10000000 more mouths to feed than at the beginning of this decade What are the factors that have brot this condition About Unquestionably the turning to mechanical power in increasing amount Is one element in the equation But It doesnt explain it all The thingthats taking place as Mr Bliss pointed out is that farmers on unproductive lands known as marginal lands are giving up the ghost seeking their living in industry In time If it hag not already this should leave the field of food production largely to farmers on the land such as all of Iowa is This Is a hopeful augury Antlyet as Mr Bliss pointed out it has forced upon the tiller of high priced land tho necessity of farming intensively Betting the most possible out of every acre Ho must farm more ef Violently and produce more economically than the man en the cheap marginal land or that abandoned land will come back Into use It In heartening to find one to intelligently optimistic ot the farm future as Mr Bliss WHAT INGERSOLL SAID TTWEN today mention oC James G Blalne so long the leader oC the republican party statesman of the seventies the eighties and the nineties brings up the phrase tha plumed knight It la vaguely known by many readers of tills newspaper that Ingersoll first used the phrase Other readers remember it distinctly What were the circumstances TngersolL at the Cincinnati convention which nomi nated Hayes put the name of Blaine before the delegates He said concluding hlg speech Like an armed warrior like a plumed Icnight James G Blaino marched down the halln of tho American con THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY tesiiom Tliu is a special department devoted solely lo tlio handling of queries This paper puts at your disposal the services of an cxtetisivo orciinlitatlnn in Wash ington to servo you in any capacity Unit relates lo information This Bervico is free Failure to make tiso of it deprives you of benefits to which you arc ontillcil Your ubliKittton in only 3 cents in ciiin or stumps inclosed with your inquiry for direct reply Address the Mason City liifornwtlim Rurrati IVeileric J Hiiskin Director Washington D C How iniiiiy suund systems iire there lor movies E IS A A Jate compilation gives TO BfophonCj Hanaphone Movietone Phototone Photofilm Kca Photo phone Tieeltone Vitaphone t long Old it take to build tlie Inncoln nicm oriiil II E W A Tho ground for the Tjlncoln memorial was broken i Feb JtHI Tho building was completed in 11117 Tho Irriaco wall nnd approach wis completed In 1Ji Tho of by Daniel C lrcnch xvas placed In position in The memorial was dedicated on May 30 0 IIOHIrptifr lias lie fill liccn known J A Midiral writings indicate that Influenza has been recognizer since 100 B C J What is the fuslost hinl in flifiht 1 K A It is I hot lo be the Cloud Swift a West Indian bird Q causes t rini around thu iiuxiii itiul lunv does it afCuct he 1 C A A ring or halo urouiul the niotm is produced when light is refracted from minute ice crystals In the atmos phere Since halos occur in hiirli thin clouds of aimill ice crystals and wince such clouds occur on Ihe forward side of a widespread storm It follows that ruin or snow v ually occurs within a day intwo after a liulo Is scon I Ulil Darwin leach that man was descended from the numttey J II 1 A Darwin ditl not leach that tlie human race iksconiled 1rom monkeys Tlio Ilicory predicated upoi liis Ijnlief in natural selection that man and at anlbropoid apci descended from a common ancestor Ii is liclifved that the divergence of the luimanoiii nnd au thropoid types occurred perhapsa million or more years ago Has Dnc Cook hccn released from prison B A Ilr Kredevick A Cook is still in tho federal peni tentiary at Fort Kans What is Hie height of Niagara fulls IT L K A The height of the American falls at Niagara is 1G7 feet The height of tlie Canadian or liorseshoo falls is 15S feet Tlie width of the river at the brink of the falls is 3750 feet The fall of water over the falls is approxi mately 500000 tons a minute What is Ihe difference in he use of lie words fctcli a nit IjiiiiK S If S A Fetch has the meaning of go after nnd bring Bring carries tlie idea that the person commanded is already In tho vicinity ot the object wanted Q About much of the linilcii States lias been mapped by soil surveys U A K A The bureau ot chemistry and soils has now com pleted the mapping of approximately half of the arable soils of the United States 0 Where is Londons Chinatown known as Limclinuso F I A Ivimehause isa section of Kast London on the north bank oC the Thames about three miles east of the St Pauls cathedral It covers an area of 244 acres 1M SO SORtff YOU A1NTON OUR LINE KNOW SINCE BOUTONS AND THE BRUNERS QUIT SO MADDOVoU THOSE FOLKS MOVED OFF OUR JUST GZrrNO IN THAT BOUToM WOMANS MOUTH THKoLp CAT WORD ES AND SUNDAY CEA4 DINNERS LISTENING ON UNCOIN MEMORIAL LIME ITS RUMORED AGAINTHAT MRS PERitSW MAY PHONF THE SERVICE DOESNT IMPROVE SHORTLY Stewart Discusses Fraud in Diplomatic Documents Bank Teller Would Laugh at Them but Average For eign Minister Swallows Them Raw He Says ISy CHAIUKS P STKAVAKT j ASHING T O Jan would ho tlie worlds host busi ness it tho aver ago banlt tcllsr were as easy a m a v k as tho average diplomat nml I ho mller Is snjipoiccl to be honest re el Uzen v e his realizing perfectly good check in next to ship But let aomei fly by n i s h t over seas Jim thePenman adver tise a document he sivys document calcu lated to plunge several counties Into It to ba can lalto his cholco of offers for it running into tho thousands from plenty of eminent internationalists who imagine themselves thoroly sus picious and sophisticated S FVANS HUGHES for o whila sfcrotnry of fitato explained refusal nvoii to NOT so long ago a long series of letters of them for all America to to reveal repeated attempts by Individuals high In tho Mexican gov ernment to corrupt a number of United States mprohable ones to have t presently admitted from the very sourco which gave them publicity tliit Ihe whole batch of exhibits were n similar act of frauds has Peters Adventures A Doily UciUimo Story By MRS FLORENCE SMITH VINCENT gross and threw hla shining lance full and fair against Ijhe name is derived from the lime houses or lime kilns the brazen forehead of every traitor to his country In the name of the great republic the only republic that ever existed on the face of the earth In the name of all her defenders and all her supporters In the name of all tho soldiers living in the name of her soldiers who died upon the tleld battle In the name of those who pci Ished In the skeleton clutch of famine at and 1Ibbey whose sufferings Ue BO vividly remembers Illinois nominates that prince of parliamentarians that leader of G Blalne Forty years from now some editorial writer may hark back to the Houston convention ot 192S In which Frank lin D Roosevelt referred to Alfred K Smith as the happy warrior which existed thero from about 1417 Your BROADWAY By Walter Winchcli MR MORGANS APPOINTMENT JP is to be one of the American delegates to the new reparations conference along with Owen JJ Young nnd Thomas Nelson Perkins This Is hailed ns Kood news in France an3 bad news in Germany The IYeneh rejoice because the Morgan Interests have long had French connection thru the MorganHarjes bank of Paris and because Sir Morgan was the chief allied fi nancier in the United States during the war The Ger mans see in the appointment clanger to their hopes that the American delegation would be free of allied influences and would take their side of the reparations conference Probably both are attaching too much importance to the past affiliations of Mr Morgan Like the other two Americans he Is likely to take an independent American position which will coincide with neither French nor German ambitions To the United States reparations Is a purely financial question in which the chief object Is lo end existing uncertainties and reach a permanent settle ment There is no reason to expect that either Franco or Germany can he completely eatisfled Germany cant pay all French war costs and she cant expect to escape pay ment of some oC tho damage the German army did In France and Belgium A compromise is the best that can he done a compromise based upon financial realities rather than in this field Mr Morgans ex perience can bo relied upon for a workable answer LETS DEFINE THE ISSUES TTS pretty hard to argue with R A Rankins of the Botmond Independent on tho relative merits of the party newspaper nnd the socalled independent news paper when he persists In regarding the partisan journal in these terms A party organ controlled by party polf ticlans and dictated to by party requirements Such a publication Is not a party newspaper It isnt a newspaper at nil We challenge Mr Rankins to point to an Iowa weekly or dally operated on this basis This state has some protty poor excuses dljgulneil as newspapers but we know of none so sinister as Mr nan kins believes nil party newspapers to be Tom Purcel of Ihc Hampton Chronicle has the situa tion sized up in tljls way If yon will JiiRt note it will bn discovered that a paiifr which follows tho sOCallcd partisan policy is much lTlG K W Y O R 1C Jan this town of ours Tlio David SelznlckLouls B Mayer daughter betrothal lias few down It no look like Bert Lytell and Phyllis Haver arc that way any more eitlier Thc Fred Lindstroms hes the crack third baseman for the Giants anticipate a Messed event Bernard technical director for B Car roll and Brooks of tho Van ities ensemble plot a scaling He went for a blinding sparkler last wk JUNE COCHRANE the actress is plenty ailing in a Phllly hosp Harry Thaw who abhors bcint teased broke a disturbers noso will one wallop Friday eve The favorite Chllds beanery of Old Man Childs Is under the Paramount edifice where one counter Is monitored entirely by brunets and the other y what Gents Prefer Irene Sordini they say took hat night club Job so she could slay up all night and tire out her husbands raiders THAT outoftown news stand in tho rear of the Tlmef GOBBLER MOURNS LOST FRIEND AT Ie tors words Gobbler walled the loxider That Is just exactly the trouble Boy It might have been I who foil victim to the answered his mourn ul friend And I dont know but what I sort of wish It had been Then I should not have that dreaclfulcst flay of tl tho year to still look forward to Boo Hoo I Low worried I am Bin for what Peter was puzzled What day arc you about Gobbler looked at tho boy reproach Cully Cant yon guess asked he Peter shook his head Then suddenly he gave c gulll start Thanksgiving thot he Gobbler read his mind Exactly said he on earth It should be called that I cnntimaginer Indeed when ft is the day In all tlie year when wo Turkeys havo the most to worry about I havent mentioned it before but one reason that I ran away was so that 1 might forget it 1C T must IOEC my bead 1 mitst but at loiiist out here in the WIlils I thot 1 should not havo lo thin k about It tor weeks beforehand When the Two Legs begin to treat us Barnyard Gob blers extra well and fiivo us moro than our usual supply of corn wo know what Is coming They cant fool us and Instead of being slad to llvo so high we nre sorry This always a sad time ot year for me and that I have seen such dreadful thing I daresay I shall not stop weeping untl Thanksgiving is past Thero Is noth LGKS OF COW Ing to look forward to but a chopped off head Nothing ntohlng ntohlngV All night longGobbler wept and would not bo forted and now It was no longer for his slain friend that Iio was mourning but for Ilia uwn head and tho fear that he might lose it Kor some timo all bad been quiet In the trco bcneatl him Iynx the limiting coward had probably given up po oC sinking his claws in any more fat Turkeys ami had crept away thru tho darkness Next Why the Turkeys Didnt Drown A nets 32 grand yearly wood wjlh Ruby Julson The Kcelcitribe IK in Jlnlly Artliur Hopkins md Hires EARLIER DAYS oilier producers snubbed Street Kcenc which rales tho Pulitzer to dato Hope Williams recently divorced linshand is an interne now studying medicine in a local iiosp BRACKI2TT Nieu Tanker critic has resiRned V effective in the to devote more time lo his Lori mcr pieces and nnvels Iio will be succeeded by Robert C Ilenchley Ja Guinan got a summary judgment against tho Equitable Surely for 21 grand hack mlnry for the Padlock The divorced wife oC a man who recently wedded another nets a lonp distance call from him every niKht Emnnuul Modlca onco II Thaws hinIaw now peddles tutos Ad copy will soon have bylines Kranlt V Slorrs who was Frank V Slrauss oC the theater programs heavily angeled Miml Barbara Rnrnndess will Eve it In the monm pitcher Leaves Grace and Helen Menken will open v lingerio shop Cecil B Do Mllles middle tng Is mount COAKLEV plionner Pliollies phrail 1 having It nbroeatcd while RCltlne a Havana tnn Will Rogers wont Indorse or testimonial anything and Katli Cornell last wk spurned 11 grand from a clgglc phirni A feller who was listed by Dun and Bratlslreot n tho 12rnillion division four years ago borroivcd n ten spot from a cafo last IV Moore in to Street diversion Scene seekers Shirley KrjnOBrion Tlichnrds In JANUARY 25 100 The plato glass window In the front oC tho Moore reslau rant on South Main was broken out this afternoon by the force tho wind II Voting has returned from North Dakota when he had a position with tho Stacy Fruit company and hni jcccpted a position with Winter nnd VatiLcnc The class games fur the high wchool athletic cup begin Tuesday evening at the high school gym On Wednesday evening1 tho VA company team will play n basketball game with im Albert team On Frlrlnj Charles1 City teams will le here for games K G Nelson or tlie Nelson nndJohnson con tractors who have moved their headquarters here from Red Wing Minn has moved hisfamily here and as soo ns suitable quarters can bo secured will become porim nent residents of Mason City The work In cxcavatin nt tho grocery company buUdfng on South Main Is under way tho tho forrc iM considerably handicapped by tho nonarrival of a drill Judge Clark left this morning for Garner where h will resume the hearing in the drainage case from Han cock county Al Killmcr gots tho benefit of the box nt Paid Ii Full Friday evening given by CrEldner brothers Knglnecr W W Williams who holds the runsNOH 25 tnd 1C between Mason City and Sanhorn Minn ha taken a two months layoff and left Sunday for Kan An lonio Tex on business Tho report of the Henry county farm shows that 1 falls by about to pay its own way There or 2S InmnleA thus making nn annual deficit of po capita These figures show that it would bo much cheaj or ro have the jiumites in Icon cnre of in the fitate Intiitnm and It Is probable that a change will be made fn the pro ductivoncHs of tho farm or it will lo abandoned Pnt Murphy living fn vicinity of Dougherty rt turnrd from Illinois tliEs week wilh one of Iho finest 1 K M Dnlafields First Iovo purled Iercheroii KlaULons that hnn ever Thn Undercurrent n playlet at the Ialaee shipped to this stale Oirl by Vfra Caspcry Kenra Ted Iewlsl A new kitflmn will ho evented at the roar of bo Moor Wear a Hat with a Silver IJnlng on ho platters renlaiirnm n South Main whiob will nfford better fact VvavaWhite on the rumvay at Iho Irvliur rtha owner to lake care of his business Diet and Health 87 lnln Hani H D Address inquiries lo Ui Peters care GIobeGaxettc and endow stamped selladdresserl envelope Sign your Dime evidence rood laiih Send 10 cents in coin If 7011 wish Reducing tad Gaining Pamphlet TUBERCULOSIS AND MARRIAGE RHAD tub if she m exposed by vrhieli still nnolher couple oE senators TYere represented as in pay Consldrvlngr many vitally 1 povtant public policies ara influences by aUoRed Information whicl nrta extiaordUnarily llko the bogu tuff tho Riissestlon is very atvon hat tho international actlv les are clavncil langcroiis rccoKnitlon in considerable part jia due to documentary evidence of a soviet Plot la put Ihe red fins white houso Tho soviet folk iilwnys denounced his evidence as forged Whether it warn or not tlie latest feu OK u ITS nro enough to mnko m unprejudiced jury mighty doubtful ubiml U Sorretary of Slate Kellogg equally trustful of documentary evi dence In shaping our relations toward D wig hi W Morrow went to Mexico City ns nn bassador A ba niter Mr Morrow knows a thingor two about fignii turcn Good feeling has prevailed Ivveen two republJrn qmiro the day ho cruHsed the Jtio Grande southward boinicl Washington diplomacy alone t European diplomacy too lies readily on lots of very phouy ooking international documentary ope The British government brofce re nt Ions with Moscow on tbo strength f ivha t 11 belle vert t o bo a soviet conspiracy now generally recognized having been planted by Dutch oil France also had ntlnovlet conniptions over docu nentary evidence of the BRmft iucs onahle brand All tho Indications are that t would s far from linponslble tor interna tonal forgers to provoke R war In Iccd It may be that they actually iave provoked past wars IT ought to be needless yet It Is needful to photostatic evidence oC anything 1 no evidence at nil A genuine signature underneath matter invitation to din ner or a renlpe for bynlhctic erculosis but is cured may marry She wants to know the easiest thing in the world to out paste at tho foot oC any paper the forger may have tapped off on lite typewriter and then reproduce photostatlcally as a document guar anteed to Bet a doxen nations by the oars A banlc t eNer would laugh Rt H The average foreign minister lows It raw OTHER EDITORS till you what Pottenger who was my professor on ubcrculosis says In his book Tuberculosis and How t Combat III For those who engaged as t rule It best to postpone all thot of marriage until two years after the disease has become arrested We set two years because experience abpiit VS STEWATIT Chicaco Journal of Commerce Tin effort of John D Rockefeller Jt depose Col Kobert Stewart n chairman of tho board directors o the Standard Oil company of Indiana Is boiniT wnjred on moral ground alone Tlio majority of the newsnaper of country havo accepted th Rockfellcr point of view and are mak yearslS make an arreatnierit perma neat and It Is wisest tJiat no extra burdens or cares bo taken on during that time Jn some raro instances however where a patient marries fn such a manner as to Improve his or her con dition and to relieve care and worry this rule may be set aside But it Is a safe working rulo and should be followed in moat instances Man often Improves hts chances LULU HUNT PETEKS M D of Iteming well by settling down jcharged after marriage but ho has to tho extra expense Incident to keep J proxies Tho moral nucBtions fnvoIretJ have been nettled insofar fia they ever can bo spttlcd legally Colonel Stewart waa accused of ncrjury and of contempt in connection tvHh his testimony be fore u senate commit too He has been lojrallv ncqiiitlcd of both charges What tho nublic aniwircntlv not know Is that Colonel Stewart was charged with contempt for rciuslnpr answer specific questions and then ig his wife and maintaining a home This is often thti actor which Interferes with his completing tho healing period when the patient is fighting tuberculous is ot tho timo to assume new responsibilities It Is to tho tuberculosis woman however that mar iage offers the greatest danger Not only does sho take n the added responsibilities of maintaining a homo for perjury for having m truthfully Senator ralsh who combined the function of judge nnd nrosnciUor in a considerable part OC this Inciuiry admitted on the witness filand that lie could reconcile the two charges nnd was unableto say liow It was possible that both could ho sustained Insofar ns tlio moral issue ts to lie tried before he court of public opin THB Now York Little ISmil to mr town to stay An1 switch his flashlight on the an shoo tho dark away An tho publishers ho lands on keep emllin in their sleep TVhila Emll Ludwisr does his stuff an1 earns their board an keep An all us other Bosivells at him BBS it Is for stockholders icr husband but Rho also assumes the risk of child earing No woman should liecome pregnant whllo autjcourse to say what party they waul erlng from active tuberculosis i piav fix lhat tripl jn this connoc TubcrciTIosiB women who havo not been advanced n tho dltease may bear children after two years Iinve lapsed from the time of arrestnicnt without great rifik irovided they rcccivo the beat of attention and care dur ng and after tlio pregnancy Kepeated child bear ng Is very prone to be disastrous If you are interested R we have an article on tuber culosis which gives n list of books on the subject written authorities for the layman H Answer at I find on tho envelope of ono letter addressed to mo this morning In the etter L describes a ooirulition for which she rvska me not to Celt her to go to a doctor todny denr oven tho I could answer your letter ho at least four weeks before It will the iiipcr for I haio to havo my material ready four cfct in advance to allow for print correcting arid diatribe ing to dlCCorent parts of the United Slates a And it happens that I cannot answer your at all because of its nature and because it is not or general Interest So I must advise you to see your i Sorry M RS breast pumpg or any other mechanical appliances to develop the breasts are not to bo rec ommended They may do a great deal of harm The only time when they may used Is when tho milk Iiaa to be pumped out for tome reason in the nursing molucr If yon need it gain in weight and correct your pos ture develop your eheit That is all you can do Ilavu you our pamphlet on ffatrtns and losing weight POEMS THAT LIVE SISTER AWAKE Unhnuwn Sister awtike close not your eyea The dnjher light discloses And the bright mornfns cloth nrtee Out of her bed oC roses Sec the cleir sun the worlds hrfeliL In at our window pncping Lo how ho blusheth to espy Us idle wenches alcoplnpr Therefore awake make haste say And let ns without Rtnyinp All in our pownn of green HO gay Into the Tark amaying however it Is sign if leant thtxt Jvery member of the board of dlrec ora has cone cm rcrorcl ns boiiifr com letciv in accord with Colonel Stew rtjf position and as commending hli ntocritv ua well ns his ability And thoRu are not tlie ordinarv if directors bankers trust officers u tit clary managers nnd such int stockholders who have only vague crenera1 Itifonnsitlon of cx cuutive direction of a corociiJition On be cnntrarr Ihev urn active exceii iyns in the company who have spent heir dnity lives with it for year and lust IK roiuioniort is tlio nv tliroetor for tlie welfnro of the lainpnnv and much hotter informed lo what is crood fnr It M irch moro iban llio ordinary clsrceloi these men enow the public uolley of the company ind am aMo to with certainty whotlior nultUr opinion r Tnonil con sidoratEoiij4 ninko tKlvisablo for tho to chan co its chief execu tive We met Around Llbary tha raoatent fun how does It never has a cloubt Ludwigs goin to pit you rf you dont watchi tJut nct there was a ItttTe boy wiiz born the Prince of ZJon Vn tlior wuv a boy yell blood an ion a littlo boy called Bonaparte ud make the ffuna KO a little hoy called Goethe that growed thru Sturm and Drnnpr a Jittlo boy called Wagner that made tho snindoit noise a little boy called Wilhclm the peskiest of boys collnrcd cm fer copy fore they knowod what theys about An Ijurtwlgs to git you et you rtont watch out Iio never needs to know you ha one pleroiti look An hes sized you up like llghlm and jammed you In a book Xo matter how you holler no mat ter how you squall When your dear ones conicA to look foiyou you wont thero nt nil Po hido iMhitvl your an bn kterfnl not to sprout For IiulwlKs poln ti plt you of you out Court and have sftltl that Col onel Stewart is Innocent of Ihe charges that were brot against are confirmed him Those bv tho unani mous nf tlio lorml of i It would scorn that the stockholders could accept thoso eoneUiaions as a iiffiolent to public opinion and xlsonal ntUick II KCPIII that ought to be now nrincionllv ron ted wCtb tlirnitcstinn wliPtlier it is sound lnisJiifss to leave at HIEhead of the tho man bus piven it a of pniKirss compnr hlo to that of but fnv rornoivuions in his countrv THAT TAX MitrheH Counly Tress The Press frequently finds Itself nt variance with tho mnjorHv its odilorin brethren out of stoo but us ns tho Mason City HO put It onrol on of pol itics inrf economlcn wo Ss tint partlcu larly Minristl to note ouito R protest cofiiK un uunlnst Oovernor Ilimmills nropostd tax on near beer Just why cdtors should be HO Ivroirint lo oblect to that tax is not apparent to porno timo auo we cav ui that laxfs nro cvor coinK to bt any lower and arc now thinktnir nsnre about getting them distributed flso whrro Hi an on propprty Whiln we editors might occaslonnllv contrihutn a bit to the stato via the near boei trix most of us would fcfI It less thero than if It wonnrUIcd to ovir inopertv laxrs and HH been the Press ohsorvatlan that most of tho near beer U itnink Uv people who have little c in pronorlv lav to nav and nianr rf them by the time they to the tlilr or fnurth bottle arc carhi iboni a little tiling like a 10 per GOVERNMENT Cellar RnpULs Council to be M ripped of btUs Iti Icpislaturpi u 1 il ton nowe P to emu t perm UP linked to Sunday basobnll scandal some action believed to be certain at thlq Graft cause of crime ware Binir slnyinRg on nolitlelana IMeffa protection cause murders says Chicago crime Graft lutnilrv switches to auditor ium county nttorney launches survey of contracts in bullUnjr or town hall new evfrlnnre renorteil Jo fnvolvo for mer iTiomliflrfl of elt council niinffl punrd trnilfl in irifruJiT severnl puiehases nnd aiiditniJtuii subron trncLa declared under sr Min neapolis Inqulrv plflrt neltieont rulft In Olxla omti covernorfl woman dork called real City Okla Mellon renter prohibition row TCCUSO cabinet man of neglect in en Violence threat In milk strike mtiv stir revolt WJKConpln sheriff ronsirlers call for state troops in Ohieaeo made crlfts to Asa Keyes Jouls Herman tcstlfierf to rotlKMpaylnc bill for prosecutors fimpK chocks down fn trla1 Thrv forecroinp aro a fow beadllneH from rxrbanffep Thoy makn nn nutomatlu edltorlnl one that writes itself ONEMINUTE Better ia tho sisht of tho oyes Minn ho wandering of tindesire thia Is also vanity and vexation of spirit Tliit which lialjj IHUII is nnmoi already and it is known that It Ii ho rotitonuE wtb r than tcclw man neither him thai Is n Uiastcd vi 0 10 XNJ   

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