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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 4, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE MONDAY FEB 4 1929 A Syndicate Newspaper Office iaiItt Xut State Street Teleshone Numbers ST 28 and 29 f MUSHEditor W EARL Editor LEE P LOOMISBiMtnew CERRQ GORDO CO REPUBLICAN EMahllnhcd 1E6I Weekly GlobeEtUbllabed May fg82 Dally Globe Established October 1890 The Mason dty Founded In 1870 Every Week Day Afternoon by MASON CTTX GLOBE GAZETTE COMPANY MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press exclusively entitled to the us for publication of all dispatcher credited to It or nat otherwise credited In paper and all local news published herein Official Pi in the dty and County SUBSCRIPTION RATES la Mason City and Clear Lake Dally per year JJTDO iaUy per week 16 Outside of Mason City and Clear Like Dally per year by carrier JTOO Dally per week by carrier 16 DaJly per year by mall 400 8 months J226 3 1136 1 SO Outside WO mile zone dally per year 6 months 3 1175 Advertising Bates Furnished on Application Entered at the Foatofflce at Mason City Iowa as Second Claw Matter God warms his hands at mans heart when he prays SCOUTING HAS A BIRTHDAY QJCOUT1NG as an American boy movement and as an International Institution will be In focus thla week in Mason City In North Iowa and thruout tho world On Feb 8 tho Boy Scout movement will be 21 years old ana 19 years o4 tn the United States Suitable ceremonies have been planned to mark the observance of this oc casion The Boy Scout movement In America owes its Incep tion to an unknown English scout Every scout hand book relates how a Chicago publisher William D Boyce found hlmsell engulfed in a Xionaon tog back in 1905 Mr had an important business engagement ana it became Imperative to find his London address An English scout happened along and gladly guided the American bookpublisher to his destination It was not until Mr Boyco offered the lad money for his service which wan refused that the Chicago man became aware of the mission of scoullng He Inquired of the boy about English Boy Scout movement and later on his Eng lish visit made contact with Sir Robert BadenPowell When Mr Boyce returned to the states his trunk was filled irlth books and information in connection with pcouting It was largely thru his efforts that the Boy Scouts America came Into existence On the anniXersary of scouting In February hundreds of thousands of to be rededi themselves to the purposes ot scouting by repeating the oath the scout laws and the canons of the scout organization Scouting today la integral part of the boy pro Brarog ot fortythree countries The movement is not yet stendwa of clean recreation among hoys If every boy in the United States were a scout said Dr S president of the Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America there would be few if anj gangsters or gunmen twenty years from now I wish the movement Godspeed and trust it may spread according to Its deserts which are manifold1 Boy Scouta everywhere are the leaders among boys Scouts all over the world raise the three flnfiers of their right hand and repeat On my honor I will do my best to do my duty to God and my country and to obey the Scout law to help other people at all times to keep myself physical ly etrons mentally awako and morally straight Scouting develops men from boys because It takes a youngster at the deterministic period of 12 years and leads him into the realm of right thinking right sports and the pursuits of manhood Scouting trains boys by example Scouts are taught to emulate the good qualities of Lindbergh Roosevelt and Commander Byrd They Learn woodcraft forestry the laws of the wilderness and the mastery of the outdoors It brings the country boy into an understanding of the city ejid gives a city boy B knowledge of woods and streams It is to boys what lodges and fraternal orders and college are to men Scout ing la not a sub roaa military training allho it teaches precision and obedience Tho supreme tenet of scouting f Be Prepared When scoullng embraces 10000000 boys then the entire world will be prepared A BRITON COMES TO THE U S TlffONTAQU NORMAN governor of the Bank of Eng land is coming to this country shortly A few days since J P Morgan accepted appointment aa unofficial American representative on the new Dawes plan confer ence which will try thla year to fix the total of German reparations divide the spoils among the allies and ar range for the end of allied occupation of the Rhlneland It takes no seer to that Mr Norman Is coming to this country in the hope of concerting a Joint Anglo American program for the conference No doubt he will be closely watched by other allied governments and by Germany If Britain and the XTnitd States have a com mon program they can easily dominate conference But if Britain and this country are on opposite sides there will be troubled In which France and Ger many may both find good fishing The chances are that Mr Norman and Mr Morgan can get together British and American finance are good friends and coworkers and neither has ever subscribed to the belief that Germany could be made to pay all the costs of the world war or that Uncle Sam ought to pay everybodys war debts presidents Is not always proof against the machinations of those who have an Interest In his failure Al Smith knew what he was doing when he wished Hoover luck Hell need ft MEN AND WOMEN pIVE thousand persons were paroled from the munic Ipal court in Cleveland In a year Two per vent Vio lated their paroles One per cent were men and ons per cent wero women Thus statistics shojv that men and women are equally honest The fact IB that figures taken almost any time anywhere would probably prove about the earae thing Some think that men are moro intelli gent and women more moral If the whole business could be thoroly analyzed tt would probably be shown that many of the supposed differences are Imaginary Men and women are different but about equally reliable Benjamin Franklin might nave felt different about the wisdom of saving If ha had been In the auto game like Henry Kord ikwts The answers fo questions printed here each day are specimens picked from the mass of inquiries handled our great bureau maintained tn Wash ington D C This valuable servica ts for the free use of file public Ask any question of fact may want fo know and you ivill get nn immediate reply Write plainly inclose 2 cents In coin or stamps for return postage and address the Mason City flloneGazelto Information Bureau Frederic J Hasldn Director Washington D C Q Who won the junior world series baseball cham pionship in 1928 H D A Oakland Cal Q When ivas rayon invented J G M A In 1S8D aa a result research Count Cliardonnet gave to the ivorld its lirst coinmerctil successful process for producing rayon This lie accomplished in hit labor atory by having chewed up chemically not only the mul berry leaves but also the tree itself with very iiltely a few more worms thrown in for luck The liber he pio duced co much resembled natural silk that It was termed artificial silk by which name It has been known until four years ago when tho word rayon was agreed upon by those who made antl sold it Q grocery stores are there in the lj L 0 V A A recent survey showed 230041 groceries in this country 40000 belonging to chains Q Whnt is io vice presidents salary What allowances has lie F S C A HlB salary is JISOOO and ho has no allowances for expenditures Q How far can a wild ROOSO see W 3 n A The distance n wild gooso can see depends on the can see fur Their vision is telescopic so they can see further than human beings What cheniiril arc put in a gas mask and how long will they last V It J A About onehalf pound each of soda lime and char coal is used In the canister of an army gas mafic How lonp they will stand constant use depends on tho nature climatic conditions and the altitude They ther in a flry country than in a rtanip one Do all fish have the same number of bones The number or fin rays vertebrae etc of the gas 0 G P A No varies 0 Ilnumanv rlcrlis arc tlnrc in the United Slntes whn issue marriaRo licenses H F A Ten thousand persona counting deputies arc au thorized lo issue mnrriaso licenses Q How long has Robert Bridges been poet lau reate ot England W T A Since 1913 when Alfred Austin UlB predecessor died Vi Q What fs meant when n black triangular flag is displayed above a square blue one 1 S A These are weather forecast flags The blue flag signifiesrain or smw while the triangular one is the tern peralure flag If displayed above tho square flag it sig nifies warmer if below colder Us absence Indicates no change In temperature Q Please describe Franklins experiment in bring ing lightning front the clourlx A M A Franklins experiment was to prove the identity of lightning with the discharge of frictlonal electricity What he did was to fly a kite In the face o an advancing thunderstorm A pointed wire was fastened to the top ot a kite and a short strip of silk wns tied to the kite string At the junction between the kite Btrlnff nnrl tho silk strip a door Trey ttecT As Jong as 1he kito string ivns dry no results worn obtained but as soon as it be came wet will tho rain making a bcltrr cumlurlnr Frank tin found it possible to draw sparks from the key by bringing his finger near It Your BROADWAY By Walter Winchell n ill6 THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY MONO tu RATHEE HAVE THAT 8ILDOUS TRIMMED NAJITH YELLOW DOC PHLSBURY ANNOUNCES THAT AMV ONE FISCERINi Of 3IClTO PUT A VOEEK OK So UNTIL HIS OFFICE YORK Feb other things that make a collimnaigray yonnjj is having1 thrust upon him the blame for i popular expression The nationally known Makln Whoopee frJnstance has from time to time aroused this per son OP that one who either penned a letter containing abuse praise or clown ing or some editorialist in the provinces Peters Adventures A Daily Bedtime Story By MRS FLORENCE SMITH VINCENT RED SQUIRREL GIVES AWAY SECRET JUST a second did that litlle brown bird siand upright every feather was all Then cams that UUlo cry ot pnln ind again tho broken wing was drac upon tho ground licit it was tuo lato Potor had soon that it every bit as well md strong aa the other one lie bad caught the bird its suarti 4So you are roolinsr me bird cried he Red Squirrel was telling me tho truth Rut you Just IH woll stop your Caking I know now Your wins Is not broken at all You wore so angry nt Red Squirrel that 5ToU forgot and raised It up and Rave yourself away Who are you anyhow Ana why nnouM you play a trick like that upon me I am a friend ot tho forest folk bird tell you that I would not hurt one of your Pin The bird looked ashamed or itself How was I to know that if declared t most of my life here in the woods and I am FO pfiy Mines I ivish not so scary but I just Lint licTp be Inga of TivoLefiM especially You arc tiny and pleasant and D El that but you arc a Imeuan just iho same arent you Diet and Health By Lnlo Hunt Al D Address inQuiriea u Or Peten can GlobeUaiette uid eftcLoM itamped envelope Sign yum name as evidence apod fauh Send 10 cents io coin U you ntsb Reducing and GainiDjj Pamphlet T AJ 1 ha DRINK PLENTY OF FRESH MILK AM troubled with arthritis also catarrh A doctor Stewart Gives Picture i of Fight on Cruiser Bill j Presents Views of Leaders on Both Sides in Capitol Battle Over Naval Building Program By CHARLES F STEWART WASHINGTON Feb atee fleet a paper fleet or no addi tional fleet whatever Congress IIRB been debating the qupBtion strenuously What fire the leaders views Thosei who do not belie rs TVO should have a strong navy says Chairman Frederick Halo of Maine of the sen ate committee ou naval affairs fceek to create the impression that the buiM ngr of these Ifj crufsera to a move nn our part Unvavd annMfient competi tion Competition according Hie tlqnary IB strife for superiority For that ue aro rtearly not at riving Nnvy Ifriual to Any The American position plainly de fined RL the Washing ton conference anU later at Geneva detnmnls he right to have a navy tho any jaavy in the world The ships provided In the pending bill do not bring us up to within evon measurable distance of that ratio While we have practically stood still the other naval powers have all goneahead with bigprograms of mod ern construction Instead of prevent ing them from building I believe our lethargy has incited them to further building It ttould lie very re plies Senator George W Morris of Nebraska for our government to nakfl tho protestations which are made In he multilateral treaty In fnvor of world peacn und the outlawing of war nnd iti tha same breath enter Inf an international race to which noun try ran build ami maintain th largest navy Menace fo Peace Ono of hn greatest menaces to in fnatlnnnl utaeo is tho continual nUlus of navies and on part of the lead Ing1 Jiallnnfl ot the When we build a largenavy it in a reason given by every other nft ttem enlarge HH navy and tho history nhows that war comes ibout in innin nn account of the national arrogance which always fol IOWH the ownership of large mvtea anl the of largo standing firm lee wins to ino wo ought to give nn exam to the world not only that ft are willing to declare will not to v ar In Ihe futiirw for OltlemeiU international disnuten htjf that we aiA In favor nf limitation of navaT armament raSnT than tlio inrrpnfie nf It Senator William E Borah nf Idaho chairman of the foreign relatlonn com nUttne who fought amiwar trfiaty thru to ratification in an advocate or what the hip navy folk call a pupor or blufiprmt fleet for tho pippin That to say he wonll autliorlvo th ft 1 r cruisers but wiHi hnlrl provision for the antual tlnn jipmJJn attempt to F cnrft recognition of frperlom nf the serin to iiPiitral shipping in wartime m H priTifple of Intern tiorml law Freedom of tho And what does vttio amalnr menu IV freedom of the pimp Idaho solan Avas asked In debute rorenlly C mean explained Senator Borah UiR right of Anipvicsm commerce to the PCMS undfFturbfd bynny bol power miles a that is actually carrying nitmiffons of war That he continued is the essnu llal element of mari law if TVS am to flvotd a navn1 rare Tf Great Britain JTnllM QTid other nsva poivpra are not willingto nay thit com merca can bs carrlerl in tFm0 of war in of may rest assured Ihnfc eueh power will build navies to protect their There Is no limit to that bulMlng Time Unilfc a tJuaranleB The timo limit clause my OWTJ amendment to the cruiser hUT aavn Chairman Fred A Britten oC Illinois oC the houst of repreavmtatlves tiBVfO committee la the rnpsC Impor tant part nf measure It our only eruarantaa that we literally have tho orulMra fn 1P31 present naval UmltotlonB agreempnl expirf3 Tf thnt clausp romps out bill wtll not pass of aontatlven t cruisers us a vvnUmundecl navy Today wiv ftaol is engaged In without HuffEcleut cruisers to support our bat Use hipn We sha I deed even thn furl her limitation la Rsrfliwl Probably we shall need li Jn unlikely Great Britain wlH cut down to our figures with vessels Included need them for poUoA Awty Our ooDirnerce requires Otir dlmmitv demaifda Tho advantage over hliifrpHntn IB o of s told me that If Ill take an orange julue fast for five days nml then have a dEel free of starches sugars and fiu I erui be cured of iho aMmeiitK He also claims I must give up rniUc of xvhleh i am very fond and drink u pint daily for he says mlVk Is mu cusforming and I cannot be cured of catarrh so as X use iniiciiH lormlnE foods It seems to that I recall readlns an article toy ydu in which you BHirl there was no such thing as a mucusforming food MRS OTHER EDITORS DEFEND BUILDERS New York that was Invented claims In tho A PRESIDENT NEEDS IT A l SMITH showed a certain Inside acquaintance with the requirements of the Job to which he aspired last fall when meeting his successful rival he wished Mr Hoover luck One knovfg he1 meant It Smith la a good sport and a earns loser an hla every movo since the re turns of last November has showed He Is also an Intel ligent and understandingman Which Is why ho would wish Hoover luck We BO mask In myth our leading men that we often fail to realize that they are no more than human beings even If they are statesmen presidents senators etc They need to get the breaks to succeed no less than ordinary human mortals who are just about Retting by In their ordinary human avocatlons A president prob ably needs luck more than most of us His responsibility la tremendous and there are several thousand Influen tial people In this country and abroad who are studiously endeavoring to make him stub his toe A president needs luck moro than ordinary folks No body ls waitlns to trip us up ns a rule If wo exercise ordinary intelligence and tend to business we can safely upon thj grade But thj sjgejt pf yowled something prairies THOSE constant followers of here proh I ably would tell you that the popula world hatbeen repudiated by this cor ner a number of times That Is the de partment pointed out almost a year ago that it first heard whoopee at a rodeo held at Madison Square Garden Thus whoonee apparently was origi i i Vtri and rangers The expression AiaKin Whoopee the department also believed if said met appeared here over three yeara ago when it chron Ifr u irances WIlllamH and Tlck Simmons were maklngr whoopee at Texas Gulnans last night no obiectlon to that claim but corn six years ago lated by the plalnants have never argued about makingwhoopee They Isnored the line selecting only the word whoopee to yip about As a matter of fact whoopee Is purely a derivative of It up Take Serv ces poem A bunch of the boys were whoop i It up so forth Yet there is an army of letter spend I wtis Yes the boy Never answered but mind the hula Belonging to thn race thai sets traps for IIH Part ridgns ami sets cloy upon us and shoots us it can lv ononph to make me try my host to inolrcl my Ohf derir what hnvo saM The blr1 flapped its wings in linvc away your secret chitcklerl Rod rel appearing Biid nmong tho Iravos and with a flying leap landed high upon the tree trunk Now Mother Grouse the boy will find your babies Keep atili Red Squirrel you mean old tiling cried tho bird flapping Us wings In dismay He will not if you dont tell him whore they arc It is you xvho are telling my secret No Im not Yes he will yes he will chattered Rod Squirrel They are In plain Eight If he in the right places Xook like the leaves so they do but it will not do them any good Just like a keep a secret My wife never could j With this parting shot Red Squirrel flashed out of i sight among the branches Nexf Hide and Seek and tho TellTale MOW Will FIND YOUt BA Upper DCS MoiucB Repub lican Mason City takes exceptions to Alcona newsoo Pfcra accused Governor Hftm mill ot dlctatlne to the hiehway core mission regarding primary hlph wav eighteen misslnir Aleona The EJV the eovernors political aaoira tlusm would ratherInduce him Into fa mucusdiet business ant vorlnr this section rather than oruMsejmce fast and the elimination his for reveries because o iosine Koijsuth countv in the recen election In tlio first place the Aleons papers are not controlled bv any en nient or other trust tbat Js vltnlly In tereslect Jn paved roads Tn tJie sec ond place Governor Jfanjmill floes LtJIU HUNT IETEKS M D inilkj jTram diet sounds tho yon had goltpn hold of a ciiEtJst instead of a real doctor J find he Riven you a complete examination mid laboratory tests ot your blood and urine I doubt it Yea T naitl if before and will reexercise anv Influence over tho pent There is no euch tltinp as a hltflnvnv rommission and can diktat murnsforniing1 food Tho mucihi OB to what roads aro membranes are mnrkedjy affocteJ by t is uuppositlon thnt he would tbc wjonff diel especially one that Mrst favor flje count ten that care him a bier vote hi the primary as well as the eoneral election Kossuth rountv was one og the first countlea to votr roart lionds PMO Alto county was paved 1o tho Kossuth rountv line ind nobody knotvs just why Agona has is deficient In vitamins but there is no special mucus forming food Milk is one of tho most complete foody wo know of and It very rarely disagrees with any one Arthritis may bo due to a number oC things amonR them an infection which has settled in Iho Joints from Infected teeth tonsils nppemlfx etc rlfsttirKince In the ductless glands and occasionally to a wrong diet es pecially one that IH too in Marrhes and practically InFt HlKhivav Eighteen aft er spending several thousand Ari orange juito ffiKt for n teiv Tsiys in nf xfeat bencr n holtiui to promote it as z trans fit to many but a person nhoutd bo nbsolutoly sure tUprej continental wtll lake is no diabetes liocnuso uiicli a fast would give him loo nipdiciiip nnd lione that Ma son cement trust Interests cef their chare or tho paving business much susar and may cause death I advise you to ring up Ihe County Medical society and gel a list of qualified physicians who complete examination and scientific advice have in article on Chronic Joint Inflammation and one on UuWs Catarrh etc whicb you may v IVyjnS It you nre 2o pounds under weight it is finite 1V1 probable that you are on a deficient diet Ton pay you cat a great deal That may be quite true and still your diet be deficient Do you count your calories Ton cannot know how much or how little you eat unless you do so And Ibn probability IB that you dont eat so much as you think Have an examination by a competent phvkian if thcr article on Balanced Diet will help is no organic reason for your thinness our Raining and reducing weight and tile article o eer writers who have pointed out that Klpllns used tho word I not the expression many years ago that Shaw once em ployed It and so on Probably true probably true We reiterate We have never claimed It MOT a fortnight ago Mary Rennels the tome oracle far i t YEvenlnS Telegram parnsraphod Oeorse was le flrst to 1ISB in a book In 191S What has Walter Winchell got to say about that checked P Mr Nathan letlins him that m a if he desired tho alleged fame that went with cirltjlnatinc the word we would be BIad to reprint Miss Kennels com ment Mr Nathan admitted that ho bad TED fUDAlN who columns for a New England paper llstcd on tho that says ine widely used much abused word was revived by Whoopee Winchell The revival of that word descriptive of Innermost emotions was In all probability for the sake of the drug store cowboys but Ic was first used in the The yell at men of the wild and woolly went where men nre men WaS ahoutecl hy the couscous CO BE It Whoopee then was first used by thfi men uJ of the plains and not na so many others would have EARLIER DAYS FEBRUARY 1 1909 C E FenIs of McGregor and a crew of 33 men are a work in the clly and near by on ho Milwaukee to work upon the wires T DCampbell Chicago n representa tivo of the Western Union is here looking over tho work of repair A meeting of county fair men of this part of Iowa wll bo lield at the Wilson hotel tomorrow Representatives of Marslmlltown and Elciora fairs ns well as others near will be here H H Bergman who comes hero from Michigan ha opened up a meat mnrlcet on South Main street at 3 which Is a building north of tho Willow Creek bridge A decision was reached yesterday by the First Ka tlonal hank officials to the effect hat they will wiil n year before erecting their new hank ImilillnV Tho hank will spend from fiOOOO to In a bullJintr and d not want to enter the mutter hastily The political pot In Mason Clly la beginning to wax warm and it Is expected before another week rtawng a inl quota of candidates will be in the field for tho offices In the gift ot thcity J S Mott one or tho old residents has announced his candidacy for tho office of mayor under the plan Messrn Stewart Stiller and Roy Thompson local groc ere aro home from Mttrshallioivn where they wcrn visit Ins Ihe coffee honso there of the Western Grocer com pany They were under tho chaperonapo of J T Taylor A total of 38 headof hogs wore sold yesterday at the O T Balmat sale of DurocJerseyK The hlRhent priced hop a female sold for and Iho hottoni price for n Individual was J2751X the comity Jlosf ot the hogs will remain li POEMS THAT LIVE YOUTH AND AGP George Arnold 18311865 Youth hath many T5T7 Hath many and much delight Even UB doubtsand vague alarms By contrast make it bright And I lova as well as Youth Well since I love them both The good of both I will In women I will look for Youth iV And look for Age in wine V And blesp This twain that gives me happiness AROUND THE ClirLIV Waller S Laudor 17751864 Around the child bend all the throo Sweet Hope Charity Around tho man bend other faces Pride Envy Malice areihla Grioes DICKINSON VORSENATOR tppnr Itos Moincs AlKiinn Itcpulll ran Congrfssivin 1 T Dickinson Is tlio logical tuan lo succeed Dan Stork as Slaten prnator frum jowa For twelvn vearn be lias the people of Iowa in ronsiPss and Turhi5 that lime has worker Incessantly for the farmers and his constituents HI labors werrc honestly and sluopreiy Riven and are now bearing fruit Many ohslnHcs confronted him and at tltllis his elforts were discouraging but continued the fipht as one of the lead ers for farm rrllef and thru his ef forts the east well as Hie tvest acknou Icdso now that agriculture needs Icrislatlon Congressman Dick inson with knowledge nml cxneri fnce In national legislatiro routlno better flttrti than anv other man tor the spun He knows tho per sonnel fit both houses rf congress and has served In with about onehalf of the present senators At this time when Iowa leading affricuHural state in the nation is nsk ins and pravlntr for farm relief and n just recognition of asrlculture It would onlv b natural that the farm ers would look forwuvt to the tlmo when they could support and place ft man who has been tried and pioven to be one of tlieit1 hnnert fo God friends In the United States cenMc A MATTEIl OF SJNCEBIXi Spencer NewsIIernld Home ot the newspaper brvvs nre crltirlzlnp Pnnlr Tierce for what Ihev term n ImmTi of front hpcniige Iin rnnnprterl Hrr Iwrt Hoover for nrchldent Mavbe 50 mayhn jo Inif if you nMc Us we never ronsldnrnd Danlo Fierce n rad Irnl father was but Panto was different rom very moment al most that lie tonk cbarpe of the Home stead Anyway cant 1 miri support Hoover or Al Smith or amono else and be honest about THAT WINTER OF Frank B Howard In Elma Now Bra atirorised a the Register story ot Ig2g when KK alleged It enow early in January until Valentines day Tbe snow ar cnrrtLne 1o thfs story vras so deep I lie drifts were hhjher than the houEFsr and harnn The had to turuiel thejr way olt to in order to do chorea when folks some and wairled to visit the nsleh tiors tiler tunneM over to thev neigh bors Some of the niors tives diJ not likei thn dHrfcneen of the tunnels no they set im poles Bnrt strung wiiea and put electiI llehtsin he tunnels boy moro idven urouT than I lie rest crawler Un tlnn ho chlmnev and due hln WTV totlio on of ths enow inr hen ivand lered around until he cot an hfn wandered some more until hi ow to denth Now WB ran cnl HrfXh r Lucas attention to the fort hero is a dlfforenco between writing D claJniB for tiio republican pnrty rftinp up wfnlers of p hundred aso It to get caush brand hn wholft yarn ns a larnei e and we can prove It They dlil avo electric lhhls OHF himdrni years go They harl tnlln rme Is and prevaricators hut no lights So theral ONEMINUTE PULPIT Ho that lovetb silver sball not he Kallsfled with fllvnr nor he tbut lovetb abundance with Increase this also vanity When poodd Increase tbey In crenswl thif eat Iliem anil whit pood ol tlicm with llflir y JO H TIIK raliaUlnnii T I in o ItcpublicaJi resident ClnlulKo io human Ho ot unmindful of criticism Ho bus eard tlio platemenlH ot critics that nenlirious null chcesopurlnc Jn ils tiablts Tbese nro lerma usod us ynonvinn of Licbtwad Monday evening Coolldcfl made hln last talk to employes mentioned th fact had nott1 Ills eronotnvniOfrrrnii lo tbu rppiiltn poKrv Ths 5howjpc hrn 1io r undr BcRaii task In COn dobt Pnon finn unempiovpd waces facinp wint ruin mlsfrv Public debt rut in en and onehalf Is lores savins tar ort in four reductions rv llevnd of federal taxation Savinps rfonoills rise from JV50r 000100 to over JJOOOIOOOOO Llfft Insuarnrp npnrlv totil Bullillncr and lofln assocIaMonft nj sets lunio from thn 32000 000000 to over SYlVSOOTnno Hlcb sliool ollei pni studentB Increnae from SM10000 to noarlv In nix virs rPtJilva Innq inerRp ed from 9M19U in J520 to 1500000 in tor There arft stnntlarls In In to c Peoples Pulpit Wit WOKU tEACK MASON MTV Fl U my roncoption of a league or which I bclifv would function lIah member shall adopt tbo follow inu cifiuso as ixirt of jt THIS NATIOV c vx IK VAtK TI1K TKItKlTOIIV OP MIOMUPU OF THIS IEAGTK AX MiST 1115 vviricii MIST BK PKK vY Af inrn WREKK NOTKK AND A MAIOK OF QUAIlFIKn KfKCTCRS VOTIXO AT SAID nrurTiON MIJST VOTB IN IAVOR OF1 SAID INVAS ION Rv 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