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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 7, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                MASON CITT GLOBEGAZETTE THURSDAY FEB 7 1929 THKHijfi A Syndicate Newspaper upon which both countries may rest securely There must be before there can be real disarmament and ef fective cooperation tor organized peace a clear under standing of the respective rights neutrals and bcllts Office East State Street ST 28 find IS Telephone Numbers WILL F MUSEEditor W EARL HAULManaging Editor tKE P LOOM IS Business Manager ultimo m REPUBLICAN Established ism Weekly GloheEstabllshed May 1882 Globe Established October 1890 Tho Mason City Times Pounded In 1S70 IssuedEvery Week D MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press exclusively entitled 10 u for publication of all new dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited In tfcU paper anil aU local news publislied herein Orilcial Paper fa the City and County SUBSCRIPTION RATES In Maecm City and Clear Dally year j7uu Dally per week y1B Outside of aiason City and Clear Lake 15 Dally per year by carrier Dally per week by carrier Dally per year by mail 6 months 3 months 125 1 month Outside 100 mile zone daily per year S months 3 months S176 400 SO 800 WHAT GOES INTO MEMORY A MAN once said I will treat those who are neares1 and dearest lo me in such a way that ill the and perhaps lonely days to come memory shall be sweet Daily we bring something to put in the tempio of re membrance In the afternoon llfo shall wo find com fort and peace In visiting the temple Sir James At Barrle in an address said God gave us memory that we might have roses in But the gift of memory may be a curse as well as a Messing We decide tor ourselves which it will be Today we make tomorrows and next years memories It is mostly up to us to say whether we shall think back to roses or think back to bitterness Every day wo are lay ing up the mental and spiritual bank account of the future Are wo arranging for the day when we shall either be glad or be wretched because memory Most folks will be willing to take Professor Einsteins word for It with regard to his new theory THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY Advertising Furnished on Application Entered at the Postofflce at Mason City Iowa as Second Class Matter Virtue is not loft to stand alone He ivlio it will have talned in this paragraph Tho GlobeGazette Is CONTINUING THE DEBATE IN A RECENT editorial the GlobeGazette challenged the editor of the Belmond Independent to name a news paper in Iowa which was handicapped In its functions as a newspaper by virtue oC supporting a party And Mr Ranklns in an editorial reply names the GlobeGazette Hes mighty kind about it however and one can extract n goofl deal of comfort out of tho softening effects con B republican newspaper It professes the republican faith and policies That Is noth ing against it as a paper what we are arguing Is the partisan part ojf it It Is evident that Mr Rankins has not charged us with the crime which we defined that ot coloring news out of party requirements That would be a serious ac cusation one that the Independents editor would have difficulty In substantiating We quote again froni the Independents editorial Tho GlobeGazette would support tho candidate of tho republican party because he was a republican iuat as a democrat paper would support a democratic candidate Not because a particular candidate is better qualified or more capable but because he be longs to the particular political faith which the news paper embraces In this last presidential race had Hoover been a democrat which he was in 1320 and Al Smith a re publican the GlobeGazette would have supported Smith instead of SMITH WOULD HAVE BEEN A REPUBLICAN It would have sup ported him because It is n partisan paper a repub lican paper and Its political policies would be dic tated by party requirements It wouldrequire a great stretch of the Imagina tion to see he GlobeGazette supporting Smith over Davis qver lone BM they critic candidates partisan piper supports the party rather than the candidate regardless The Independent news paper looks further than mere party and supports the candidate It considers the best The partisan paper places party above candidate the independent paper reverses the order Tho partisan papers views are colored by its party affiliations tho independents are untintcdby such affiliatlorf and are Its honest straightforward beliefs The partisan paper requires Implicit faith from the public in the purity and sanctity of tho party the Independent newspaper admits that to err is hu man and that all parties are composed of human be ings The partisan paper usually seeks to cover up or gloss over irregularities of party government the Independent newspaper frankly brings them out Into the sun and attempts to clean house The partisan press seeks to maintain or to get control for the party tho Independent press seeks con trol for no party but to keep government clean effi cient and honest regardless of This sounds rather damaging but most of the stripped their faultily reasoned out Interpretation can be granted The GlobeGazette In all probability would have supported AlSmlth for the presidency last year If he had been a republican For it he had been a repub lican he would have been for a high protective tariff which tho GlobeGazette regards as essential to American Industry and agriculture Ho would have been for pro hibition Ho would have been back ot many of the things which were a part of the republican platform and the republican tradition He would have been a different Al Smith And herein one sees the fallacy of socalled Independ entmindedness This Is a nation of party government Whether It la right or not It is a fact that parties do establish policies and standards for tho Individual who engages In politics Free lancing may be heroic and all ot that but It Is not efficacious There never has been a time when tho GlobeGazette did not feel at liberty to criticise republican party leaders or policies in individual matters which they seek to establish But by and large we have a confidence that the nominee for an office which Is political rather than purely administrative Is a hotter bet If he Is more or less moored to the sound doctrine ot republicanism As a matter of fact readers arent primarily Inter ested In whether a newspaper Is republican democratic or Independent What they wish to know Is that they getting the news from flay to from week to completeness and without color or prejudice Our original the fact of adherence to party is no bar to presenting the news In a disinterested way not been challenged by Mr Ranklns Were delay ing our threatened visit to his editorial sanctum until he does that What ilo you need to know Is llicio some point about your business or personal life that puzzles you Is there something you want to Unnw without delay Submit your question to Frederic J Haslsln director of our Washington Information bureau JJe is em ployed to help you Address your Inquiry to tho Mason rity GlobeGazette Information Bureau Frederic J Haskhi Director Washington D C anil inclose 2 cents in coin or stumps for return postage Q What Is tlto nationality of Young Striblliiff ho prize tighter J V C A Born in Bralnbridge Ga Dec 26 1004 He Is an American Q What was tho last trophy presented to Lind bergh M P A The Lafayette EsnuacJrlUe Harmon trophy given by tho International League of Aviators at tho tltne ot the International Aeronautical convention held at Wash ington D C Dec 13 1938 J Why were brown derbies used in the demo cratic campaign G McC A A brown derby has for years been a favorite form of headgear ot former Gov Al Smith Has the cat a Itecii sense of smell C II A The sense of smell is lalrly developed but is in ferior to that of tho dog and various other animals Q What is tlie largest inland body ol water in the world W S T A Tho Caspian sea is the largest Q Why is cannibalism so called S M A Tho word Is derived from Caniba a variant of Carlb the name oE tho West Indian tribe among whom the Spanish discoverers first noticed tho custom 0 When is nu English Itlmr crowned J M A Tho coronation of a king takes place shortly after the period of mourning for tho predecessor has closed Generally It Is about a year J What persons arc eligible to tho press galleries at the capitol C W F A The occupation of the galleries Is confined to hona ride correspondents oE reputable standing In their busi ness who represent dally newspapers or newspaper asso ciations requiring telegraphic service The press gal leries1 aro under control of a standing committee of cor respondents subject to the approval and supervision of the speaker of the house of representatives and tho senate committee on rules Q Do all Negroes inAfrica speak the same Iangr nsge F B R CIQTHING SU NECKTIE fee WHO WASHINGS HIS WIFE A RUN Of HARD LUCK HE HIS VVR1ST PLAYING tAST Is U S Drifting Toward Methods of Mussolini Henrik Shipstead Minnesota Norseman in Upper House Is Sure of It Stewart Points Out J By CHARLES P STEWART ASHING TO jreb 7 America dririlngr toward Senator Henrlk Shlpslead of Min nesota Etralglit oned up abruptly in Ms office chair at the question Ills Korse cyca suddenly named Of course It Is he said em phatically Take it from me Senator can imagine no such tiling ns fl dictatorship mlri U3 N e v o rtheless our returningtour IfitR surely I bring1 back rosy colored reports from the home of MuBBOlinllsm Italy to these Crime suppressed Plenty of work for everybody Is justice on time demanded tho senator Has anything been suppressed be sides crime Have free speech and a freo press been in stance rrODAT went on tho eenalor 1 gloomily tho American people iavo gone buck lo tbn garbage heap of tho past and aro digging out their old kingly effigy They call ft Party They are InvcstlngParty with all the old kingly altrlhutes Tho parly attains power and gov erns by divine right Tho party can do no wrong Tho party is perfect tVncl absolute NO olher tenator dares to utter quite such scandalous less majeate Senator Shipstead dares because he 13 our wholly independent senator Several others aro grotty bold Occa sionally a few ot them aro outand out rebellious Shipstcnd atone ac knowledges no party allegiance what ever True he does go down In the rec ord as a FaraierLaborUo However that Is merely a different name for Independence It Implies no particular political group Incident ally it is a necomary device to got the senator onto the ptriclM ballot on elec tion day QHIPSTEAD did got on to It lajit No verrtber but he had to fight tlUo an ptiflre parly organization in orUr to win on It It was terrific he admits wiping his brow at tho re Peters Adventures A Daily Bedtime Story By MRS FLORENCE SMITH VINCENT TWELVE WHERE NONE HAD BEEN T7INJ3 Boy said Mother Grouso to Peter nt Peters promise to mtike himselt scarce Lets see you The bor needed no further Invitation Turning his back squarely upon Mother Grouse off he walked and slyly slipped behind tho wide sheltering oak peeping urouna itstrtmk but taking good care not to move ft muscle When eho was sure that lie was out sight Mother Grouse gave a rtueer call Cluck cried she anil Peter who understood Part ridge talk knew at once that sho said Children Cluck Cluck Cluck Cluck Cluck AH saCe Come licre at onco Mother Qrousie gave a second call The boy In splto ot tho lact that he new the Partridge babies were Indeed at least three of their maing Diet and Health nlD HnlU Peterl M D Addrw taqutriti to Di eat GlobeGintte wd aclole lumped Klladdieswd envelope roui name i evldtact nod faith Stud 10 ctnU in coin U you wish Reducinl aid Gaining Pamphlet Have the workers their as well ns employment I havent heard these questions an swered by our returning Kolarians Declaration of American Inde 1 pcndence continued the Mlnne sotan is historys grealeat political document It surpassed any thing over written before It anything ever written since that declaration was written The men of 76 recognized many old errors the people had fallen Into They saw that it was not true a king could do no wrong They saw jthat many a king was a grafter and a rascal They saw that the doctrine ot tho divine right ot kings was rl dlculous All thoso outworn theories went to the garbage heap In the Declaration of Independence collection Because ex plains the Mlnne sotan I refused lo answer Tea to the itandard campaign lueatlon This question was you support the president It iftTiot con gress duty nays the senator hotly to support Ilia president blindly Its duty to sit In SENATOR SHIPSTEAD judgment on his policies Yet the average American votnv is so KOld on the idcu of presidential supremacy that he It trea son if the legislative branch oC our government refuses lo serve as a rub ber stamp for the White House Theres MussoliniIsm for SOFT SHOES BEST FOR BABY baby girl Is 19 months old I have kept her Inj U Btiftankled shoes since nhe was able to walk eight OTHER EDITORS nonths ago A There ars a great many languages Among them are tho Bantu Denka Fulah Largo and Tcrnne At the present time natives living in a certain section speak tlie language and dialect of that section Q What sfato uses lethal gns m itispafcfiing criminals J R A It is tho form of capital punishment used In Ne Why was a bust of Andrew Carnegio recently presented to the Pan American union to bo placed in the Hull of t5io Nations J W A Sir Carnegie mads it possible for tho beautiful Pan American union hullding to be constructed In 1307 he donated to be used for this purpose Later this amount was raised to 5860000 and tho governments of the American republics contributed 250000 Q What Vfere some of tho events in English his tory that made the nineteenth century notable A Tho Industrial revolution which occurred during tho latter part ot the eighteenth and the early part ot thu nineteenth century caused a great change In tho economic life of the country with tho introduction ot machinery During thosn years occurred tho consolidation of the British empire Queen Victoria was the first to be styled empress The par 11 am en to ry reform bill of widereach ing Importance waspassed in 1832 tho postal system was Inaugurated tho Victorian era was also marked by great and Important literary production of Africa tho surpriseof his life Your BROADWAY And Mine Recently I have heard this Is not good MRS B It 1s probably better for the baby to have soft r over the ankles for these permit the ankles to get some By Walter Winchel KW YORK Feb Town of Ours TlieN Y Americans Yurrupean cor respondent would have you believo thai Mrs Reggie C Vanderbllt will bo sealed For there right before hla very eyes hopping up from no whore were at leasl twelve little Grouse who ran from n dozen different plac es to their mothers side each ono trying to be tho first to tell her what he had seen and how cleverly ho had hid den himself Such a twittering and chattering as there was But what amazed ths boy the mostwas where so miiny ot them could have como from at once It looked for that second when they were springing up UH tho the ground must have cracked open ant let them out Mother Grouso talked earnestly to her children and tho Ixiy could sec exercise Unless you have had ape1 V1161 dally made shoes suffer than usual T dont Imagine you have dona any harm Mrs S CONTROL RADIO ADVERTISING Editor and Publisher Tha adver tiser on ths air may say and do things nt Censorshln advertising Ilv newspaper la art accom ct with a constantly conscious mlsWre I sentatton Bulf raudulent i I on the air Is by no means uncommon Please tell me what I can do to nnrt wo are struc1 bv the fact that break the habit ot my babys crying newspaper men aro theones who arc In the night until I put her In bed1 LUIU HUNT PETERS M D with me She used to sleep the night thru until nst summer when wo wcro In the country Sho was cutting her teeth and would scream terribly during tho night and so as not to disturb others In tho house I took her In bed with me Now the habit is formed and to break it Tlie only way you can break the baby of her habit to to bo sure she Is comfortable and let her cry it out for Two or three nights Mrs T 1ln tho coverlets down loosely so she cannot get out or then As I have warned many times before when disciplining i child In such a manner tell your neighbors about It so they wont think you are cruel to her We have a list of modern books on the general care nnd feeiZtngof children which you may have M HS II wants to know if she can do tha Tummy T exercises after nhs hns on operation to repair some arising to challenge it In behalf of the trading public At tho Northeast Nebraska Editorial Asnoclatlon meeting nt Norfolk last week a resolution was adopted de mnndlnir that radio advertising be placed on tho samebasis as newspaper me Now the nritlouncements 1 e that the namo of CA2 fem to nersoii or Institution utterlnjr the MRS i advertising bo Identified to fix respon sibility for broadcast statements The editors said certain commercial or ganizations selfseekers of all degrees fanatics and other irrcsponslbles find It easy to buy air time and thus ex ploit tho unsuspecting nubile Natur allv none of tho postal regulations apply and thero are no rules save lliose which the Individual broadcast inc companies mav wish to invoke No mention was made ot work tho Better i Business Bureaus are doing In respect I to radio advertising en In western nnd southern commun DIVORCES AND CHILDREN Memphis Commercial Appeal Fig ures compiled b clerks of tlie courts handling divorce coseB in Chicago how that thero waa a lareo Incrcas omcstlc durlnc thn tsir 192B Altho the compilation was made a tew days before tils ot year thero wore 401 more divorces In the mldwestern metropolis In than there were In 1027 A total of 9621 divorce decrees wns Issued In 12 months Iuat nrawlnc to a close Posslblv the most hiterestlnsr thinp l connection with this distensine storr of marital fnfellcltv IP the state ment of tha clerks that 86 per cent of the 9G21 divorced counleg were childless Theso flirnres are furnished without comment to those fackllsls who are urKlnsr birth control as means of restoring n hAPPV fnmilv life o the nation lacerations from childbirth lo one of the kaisers lads As nmat THE POINT THATS MISSED IN OBSERVING the debates upon the cruiser bill one cannot help but feel that nobody In the senate is pierc ing to the heart of tho problem On ono side stand the foolish pacifists who would Ignore all the lessons ot his tory and the world about them On the other side lo the group of jingoes who would close their upon Urn future In the center are tho sane and careful men who would proceed with due caution Nowhere Is the man who would rationalize for the country the true situation There Is no navy in the world except tho British that fit to challenge ours Tet no man In his sense expects an AngloAmerican wnr under any circumstances now conceivable Why then does Britain strive for cruiser dominance Why do wo Insist upon cruiser equalltyl Because the contingency to be guarded against Is no war between England and tho United States but a wa hetwccn ono of those powers and somo other country In which trade ot tho neutral may bo stopped We wan crulsem to protect American trade against the sort o blockade of tho high seas which Britain with American aid Imposed In tho world war Britain wants more cruisers to establish such a blockade or to break 1 should we attempt to establish one The real conflict is there The real solution Is a sat lafactory of law of tha sea Ur of fact she will bo welded to Wm nhlnelandec Stewart Jr Arnold Reuben the restauranteur has gone from a sandwich to an Institution Abdomen trouble That feller with Teg Joyce In the tabloid photos at Palm Beach who covered his face with his paws was A Weillch who sends his laundry out from the SavoyPlaza here IN Whos Who In the Theater pub lished In London they call him Al bert Jolson The latest OJd Gold dig ger is Otis Skinner who got a grand Tareytown gives 520 in cash and that what she was saying surprised thorn wa One little fellow was so amazed that ho stood looking up at his mother wlthhts mocith wlclo open Another had lifted up his tiny claw to preen his leathere and his mothers words so startled him that he forgot to put It down again and for a full minute stood there on ono foot with his wing outspread The blrdllngs looked BO comical that Peter had to clap his hand over his mouth to keep from laughing out loud Then ns tho hoy watched the little fellows crept ns close to I heir mother as they could get and began to look halt curiously hnlf fearfully about them Peter felt suro lha MotheGrouse had told themVbout liim and was aboul ready to call him out from his hiding place Ho was not mistaken Next Fenr NoHarm Trusts TwrtLegs You would probably have to omit them for a while MrsII After your wounds are thoroly healed unless your surgeon tells you there Is some reason why you shouldnt you could begin again You are wise In having the lacerations repaired for they mny bo the basis of cancer later In life and the operation is not a serious one MY r baby five weeks old wna born with a red birth mark on the left Bide of her face I have been told that radium would remove it Is what is the best age tbls advisable and MRS D EARLIER DAYS 7 100 Where lino ejlevalor mon havo taken cents out of your pockets the meat linrons have taken dollars declared be months supply to those signing testimonials Dunn 11ns city in an address before tho Farmers ain Frleda signature will next appear In tho Nujol ads I Grain Dealers association in session at Slonx City The opuf of Joan Powell the girl who lived all her Joan show tho Armours the Swifts tho CudnhjR and the ife at sea is to he the new BookotthelfonthClub tome Groucho Marx sings it Youre the thumb in my offoe iOHNNST FARRHLI the eolf ace and Frances Upton of Whoopee aro plenty that way They sotto voce that the LindberghMorrow sealing will happen in Mck City when nobody suspects anything Texas Gut lan signs checks with her right tag Mamie Duffy and than one forger has tried to cash them signed Texan liulnan Alary Brown Warburlon of tho Carriage Trndo Belt and Iee Tracy ot Front Pfige Oo For Each Other Rosa Tonselle of tho Metrop Op wnn 32 SnUleei Mary Gurden the warbler not the perfume Is wear ng heavy undcrucar FANNIE HURST never cits a full meal to keep frnm get ting plumper but sho might ns well not Burton Etascou says there are verse writers who think they can mitnle Sammy HoffenHlein and thero nrc other mistaken people Peaches Browning made 306000 gs in a yr and a half but what witli this gyp and that one sho had only 4ft grand left Grants Tomb cost COO000 gs lock Whitney who inherited 70 or moro million if girl ing with limtny AHmus sister Elizabeth Thn only 24hr service bar in the world operated by X different shifts Is In the latter 40s W U messengers in searched every night before going home to sec if theyve forgotten nny wires Morrises that while they are strong tho farmers out hero In Iowa afe stronger It Is time for you to show your strength by the establishment of an independent packing house somewhere In Iowa The Factory Development company of Mason City filed articles ot Incorporation today The incorporates are O T Denlton I W KeciI Ira Knnpp ot this clty and Ed Marsh of Austin The company Is formed for the purposo ot trying out propositions which want a location hero and which after positive proof Is furnlshc will undertake to aid in capitalization and promotion of factories Monday the ico business nt Clear Lake will begin to supply foreign business Cara will bo loaded for Soutl Iowa and Nebraska points Tho Ira If In pood aliupe tbc blocks being 11 to IS Inches In thickness A deal watt closed today whereby Arthur L Brooks him purchased an Interest In the Mason City Steam laun dry with O1 W Dean buying out William Smith who lias been In the business somo time S C Thompson of Ames son of Mr and Mrs O B Thompson of this city after an extended visit here lef this morning for hs home Ho Is In tlio electric moving picture business and says ho has one of the best shows of the kind in Iowa and Is coining this worlds goods very rapicllv John Garvey has been in Dos Moine looking afte business pertaining to his office of president of tb Ilumbers association Tho first car bearing tho Milwanke rinlsh timlr i new name Birthmarks of all sorts are removed now y radium and other measures Thoso socalled port wine nd strawberry marks are technically known as homan ionia Blood tumors The sooner they are treated the etter See a skin Bpeclalist about tills Mrs D you are only 36 and want to havemore children I agree with your doctor who says that there Is no eed of your having the slight doesnt other until after you cease having chll ren However It would be wise for you to have the aceratlon Inspected occasionally Next Hough Spate on the Lungs lUos local merchants aro wrought to a hlch pitch oC indignation by methods that arc being used bv certain radio stations which make n business ot scll inc mercllandis on mall order It Is charged that thero nre flagrant mls ropvcaentatlona In sales talk and a consistent effort to develop lu the minds of rural buyers an antagonism toward town and citv retailers Some oC tho newspapers In the mldwesi liavo feeblv protested Tho northeas Nebraska editors however are awake and demantl that air advertlslne carry to listeners a definite announcement o who Is who Is paying for th air time and that olhor regulation looklnir to arcuracv of statement h established Sometlnu aco the bus noss mannarr of a Now Vork datl told thla writer thnt lie hail one morn Inc refused n medical Advertisement because it did not meet tho papers standard onlv to eo home that nlpht and hear the verv nunck selllns his stuff over tho rndlo in the newspaper mans llhrary Peoples Pulpit Every movement that started In America In 25 POEMS THAT LIVE DOLCINO TO MARGARET Charles Klncslcy 18191875 Tho world goes up and Hie world goes down And the sunshine follows the rain And jesterdays sneer and yesterdays frown Can never come over again Sweet wlto No never come ovor again For woman Is warm tho man bo colj And the night will hallow tho day Till tho heart which at even was weary and old Can rlss In the morning gay Sweet wife To its work In the morning gay has been years that had as Its oblcot tho protection of the consuminc nubile from the wiles of fraudulent advertisers has had the wholehearted support of the dallv nress Shall the uncontrolled rartlc now proceed to give currency to nu bllcltv that tho nowsnaner has Ions sEncc discarded Newspaper men wil bo tho ones to see to It that the nubile Is defended from this new source of malicious exploitation If any rwi doubts the mfnle we ask thnt Iio listen in on his home radio particu Inrlv In the mornlnc hours for a flood of fnkr advertisintr which no selCrc spectinir newspaper would nrinU IS FAIRMONT NEXT Fairmont Sentinel Fairmont wit wareh with tho keenest Interest ilv working of tlio city manager Idea o running a municipality as it work out at Albert Lea There has lonk been a strong group here tiioroly sol on the city manager plan I ONEMINUTE PULPIT The memory of tho just Is hlessei but the name of the wicked shall ro The wise In heart will receive com mandments but a pratlne fool sha x 7 8 WARS INEVITABLE THINKS DELL MASON Feb peacn rvlns nations who are conttnunllv buildlncr blKKer armies and navies and ire now Interested In n peace trcnlv remind mo of so many bellipercnt torn cats on the back yard fence Their lowllmr Is comparatlvclv alike aiul amounts to about tho came I believe war In inevllable Just like murder As long as the world exists Lheao two will ever bo present Kven before Caesar cried Tho Die Is Cast and crossed the Rubicon tho etone flKfl tribes applied their prlmltlvo weaponu on Eonie weaker enetny Then the Americans said they didnt want any bacon but turned nround and nounceil upon the One dav I rend In tho narer ot thli international pearo treaty Yeslerfav I heard a man over the rafllrr llliienf fnp nboiit preparations fM war an tho wonderful devices to be to annihilate mankind so about orrow I expect to hear of an out I can almost imnirlns Henry Flelcli Ivertislnsr at 11 oclock at night bis ew and Improved iruna for war Kitar Heed to knock tho ti out of Kellev nionev refunded OK cheerfully 03 ken and ITank knows It was in km leerfuily enough Homo collars will et dustv and ths nruneg will dry nt as he narrates the saMafaction of p Igh grade combined machine gun nil wirecutter K Henderson of the Kill Wonv tition will lav Slilewnlks of Netw ork on his worn out irazookes that isl and cuss the repub cans for starting a let iiiir him know In advance Will Ttocers will lead a company nmnosert of W U Hearst Mr Du nnt tho eolf nlnvlnR Mr Smith and do filKhtseeincr Mr Hoover Each lay ho will civo an account of what in of the war and bow he hlnks the oilier Kiflo should tro about o make that war a romfcrtiblo UUle arlev for lotli A neacc part would be nfl hopeless is a iruce between man and wife ur liir a cnlm But siiould hubby come lorne to a cnkl dinner or discover a ioli In his best iox the will en flatr f woiiM bi lowered to half nmsl and BrlRKs would havn another sub ject for far into tho night If a na tion Is bound to 1 a little conqiirrlnir o treaty or debate will hinder their plans I believe in tlie Monroe doctrine Iel Klirope snap her teeth and Self defence IIIR been our aim In the past so it shotilil Ftitflco for the fu ture The moaning of disarminc lias been chanced today It means build more ships and have a biccer armv So to kpen naco wUh the rest of the fiffhtlnLworld Im ROing to buv a IfOw and arrow KesnectCulIv Yours DKLL WITT Eli Klzhth1 itreet southeast   

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