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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 14, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                JASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTETHURSDAY FEB 14 1929 A bee M11M Bast SUte Street Telephone Numbers IT 28 and 89 WILL P MUSEEditor VV EARL HALLManaging Editor LBB P LOOMISBusiness Mimas CERRO GORIIO REPUBUUAN 1861 Weekly May 1883 Dally Globe Established October 1890 The Mason City TteiM Founded In 1870 luued Every Week Day Afternoon by CITV GLOBKUAZEITE COMPANY MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press exclusively entitled to the for publication of all dispatchM credited to It or not otherwise credited In paper and loca news published herein Official Paper In the City and County SUBSCRIPTION KATES la Mason City and Clear Lake Dally per year Dally per week Outside ot Mason City and Clear Lain Dally per year by carrier Dally per week by carrier Dally per year by mall 6 months 3 months 1 month A Oulslda 100 mile xone dally per 6 months J325 3 months J17B THE IMPORTANCE OF CONTACT lONlACT Is one of the most Important words In the language Contact Is tho basis ot tho best n education Education filters thru personality Contact ot a pupil with the right personality may mean that a Ight will steal upon him faintly but steadily as the dawn Or one day it may Illuminate him like the whlto ight ot tha rtamascus road Ills soul la set aglow by the candle of another life nnd lie becomes something that ho never was before And ho will never be tho same again CAPITAL TALKS CITY MANAGER M01NES is said to be considering the advisability turning from commission government to city man agor government While the matter has not passed the nebular slage there is basis for hopo in tho fact that the capital city recognizes tho shortcomings of its pres ent system Few places could profit more than Des Molnes by changing to a city manager form ot govern ment operated by a group ot citizens who honestly and intelligently wanted to Bee the plan succeed THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY IB 15 400 10 100 Advertising Rates on Application Entered at thePostofflce at City Iowa aa Second Class Matter All Ir strongesl unum tilings hang on slender thread the I igest tail with a sudden IF IT MUST BE A RACE IN SIGNING the naval building bill calling for tho con struction of IB cruisers and 1 aircraft carrier within three years President Coolldge undoubtedly had a reser vation or two In his mind Ilia preference was for a bill which imposes no time limit While recognizing the need for adequate naval strength Mr Coolldgo felt that our potential sea rivals could be brot Into an agreement for reducing armaments before this building program was carried Into being His first consideration was the saving that could be effected while that ot a majority of repre sentatives and senators was primarily concerned with In suring adequate national defense irrespective ot finan cial outlay On the question of which was correct there will be about as many answers and views as there are on the whole question of preparedness Thruout the debate on the till there was a clearlycut division on this line President Coolldge was cast on the side of the pacifists altho the fact of his signing the measure with tho inclu sion of what he regarded aa an unwlso time limit clause demonstrates that at heart he was not lor disarmament except in worldwide concert By those who wish to bo pacifists usually wisdom of building the cruisers cannot be doubled Some six or seven years ago a naval strength ratio was decided upon which would place America on a parity with Great Britain and give Japans navy a pro portionate strength ot 3 to 5 as against United Suites and the British empire How well or how badly this Many readers sonrl In questions signed only with in itials nailing tlmt he answers appear in tho new imncr Jho spnco is limited mill not accommo date a fraction of such requests The answers published are ones tlmt may interest many readers rather ihiin ho one who asks he question only All questions should bo accompanied by the irriteri nnmo and ad dress and 2 cents in coin or stamps for reply Send your question to tho GlobeGazette Information Bu reau Frederic J Ilnsliin Director Washington D C Q What Is going io be the next commemorative stump issued R I G A Georgo Rogers Clark stamp will placed on sale Feb 2C tho anniversary of the fall of Fort Sackvllle at Vinconnes Indiana Q 1lenso give he location oC Buckingham Pal ace and its size 15 G A Buckingham Palace Is situated in London at tho west end of St James Park The building hag been many times changed and the present facade Is 1160 feet in length The great state rooms are tho Throne Room 60 feet Ions tho Green Hoom BO feet 33 feet high the Grand Salon 110 feet long GO feet broad tho picture sallery 3SO feet Ions Thera arc 40 acres In the garden 1 What makes some aoans float while other do nnt G S R A Air is incorporated into sonic soaps causing them to float Q Will you Uinilly give me Chief Justice Tails written slalcmont to A B Lincoln in 3018 ns io why ho did not approvenf tho nilopliou of fho eighteenth amendment o the constitution A II I A We do not find written statement oC Chief Justice TaCt to A B Lincoln In 191S You have perhaps rcfer cneo to a statement nuuto by Mr Taft and reported in the New York Times ot Feb 23 1913 In which among other reasons Mr Taft slates Tho theory that tho Na tional government can enforce any law will yield to stub born circumstances and a Federal law would become as much an object contempt amt ridicule In some purls ot tho nation as laws of this kind have become In some states In the same paper resolutions before the Brew ers association wcro recorded and ten reasons given show ing why prohibition could only lie a failure Q What is tho difference between nn ordinary well anil an artesian well F n r A This Is n term applied to water which secured by deep borings into tho earth An ordinary well is usu STUPID STEWART WAS ASKED TO TrVe UODSE RooMS ToNKvHT OH ACCOUNT OFHIS oreiEFs SHOES Mrs McCormick Credited With Designs on Senate Setting Up Office Before Her Arrival in Washington Stirs Interest of Observers country has kenl to tho authorized ratio is evident from ally under at most 150 feet In depth It It is country nan ABDC iu u I required to go 200 to 500 fcot In depth or more the water these figures At the present time the number ot modern cruisers built Tjulidlnp nnd appropriated tor In these three coun follows The TJiiited States has 18 with tola tonnage of 146000 Great Britain has 03 with a totnl tonnage oC 335000 Japan has 33 with a total tonnage of 206000 In numbers these cruisers rank in order ot Importance as follows United States 14 Great Britain 50 Japan 20 In tonnage they rank as follows United Statea 10 Great Britain 50 Japan 27 Clearly United States in far far below its two neigh Diet and Health By Lain Hani M D Addira Inqulria U Ut can tilobeUaicUe and enclose rtampcd sdfarfdrejsed Sign yout naine aa evidence ci good faith Send 20 ceafe la coin li you wish Reducing ud GainlQi Pamphlet A born or rivals call them what you will Fully as reveal lug is an analysis of what the major nationa of tho earth Including Great Britain France Italy Japan and Amer ica havo dono In the wny of naval nrmnment building since that Harding conference in 1921 Great Britain lias laid down ami appropriated for 57 shins Japan 127 ships France 301 ships Italy 71 ships present editor United States IS ships Therefore during the six years since the Washington conference England has built war ships at the rate ot nine a year Japan at the rate of twentyone a year Franca at the rate of sixteen n year Italy at the rate of eleven a year and the United States at the rate ot three a year The United States has in the service now twentytwo cruisers ot the average ngo of 24 years These are in ad dition to those Included In tho ratios just above men tioned The standard life of a cruiser is twenty years Every one of these cruisers is over twenty years ot Rge at this time and perfectly worthless for offensive or dc 1 Tensive use in case ot conflict Therefore tho only cruisers we now havo In the service ot modern or useful typo are ten 6000ton ahlps mounted with only sixInch gtinn When the eight new cruisers heretofore authorized two oC which are now under construction are completed this will give us 140000 tons aa above set forth When the IS ships called for by this bill are built United States will then have totnl cruiser tonnage of 256000 and will yet be approximately 100000 tons below Great Britain in cruiser strength Almost every movement looking to naval reduction has originated in this country America stands today as the most sincere and enthusiastic advocate ot disarma ment All thut Is needed IB a bit of assurance that others art with Thus tar most of tho evidence has been to the contrary Reluctantly United States will tho program competitive building but If it has to be there a gratifyingassurance that wo will be as well equipped for the venture aa nny nation on earth Is usually leiincd artesian Often in artesian wells the water rises above tho earths surface of its own force In other words it forms a flowing well Any deep well whether flowing of Its own accord or not Is now regarded ua an artesian well 0 WHS tho state of the first territory to bo given Hint name N D A Tho word Indiana was first used as tho name 01 triangtiinr tract ot territory containing about 6000 equnro miles which is now a part ot WcsC Virginia tiict WIIH given by tlio Six Nat Ions of Iriiiuoiw about 177S to tho Indiana company as Indemnity in tho settlement ot a claim for merchandise taken by n war party oC Indians Later tho etnto government re fused to recognize the Inunction anrt Indiana ceased to exist In 1800 the Northwest Territory was divided anil part of It called Indiana Territory After several changes ot boundary it became ho sccllun thnl luter became tin State of I WJmt is thn nnmo nT the mnKnTinn pnhlisneil at tho IwivenwmHi iicnitcntinrj N A It A It Is called Tho New Era The cmrent number Vol XV number XII Dr Frederick A Cook is thu Who gels tlie wnco dole EiiRlnni A What1 is known as the wage dole n c 15ngland is TONSILS ALARM CLOCKS NURSE once told that the tonsils arc an alarm clock to tell when the system Is out of order It It so If It ia isnt it harmful to take them out Can one shrink them by gargling with any solution or will they Imvo to be removed If they aro bad It removed will this change tho sinelng or sneaking voice I bavp n boy 8V5 years who worries mo considerably Ho had eieat trouble with tonsllltts and bronchitis unti we had his tonslla removed two years ago but now lie still sets swollen and inflamed throat and has a very high lever at times He Is vejy thin and I have to coax him to ent Mrs R TJis nursos description of tlio tou BiiH ni an alarm clock Is not a truo one K Tlio tonsils atD lymph tissue and it ieattliy they do not stop infections from tho throat from go ing down deeper But 1C they are themselves diseased they aro nhout the worst purveyors ot poisons that the body possesses It occasionally happens even with tho best o timyeons that In removl ing tho tonslls little remnants ve nniin and these apparently can cause just aa much trouble as ho original tonsilu 1 sugycat you take your bay to a throat specialist and have his throat examined again OC course 1C hn is not eating cor rectly tills will keep him rundown so that Ills tinoat is more Peters Adventures A Dally Bedtime Story By MRS FLORENCE SMITH VINCENT PLANNING TO PEEP DHESS rehearsal What In the world could Motlic Grouse mean Before Peter coukl ask her tho you birds set ui a cry Oh lots go lets go cried FenrNolIarm and au the llttlo Partridges tnld so too Peter didnt want to bo left behind 1C lucre was going to be anything worth seems ho wished to see It Do you mind 1C I go along fool aslted ho oC Mother fly CllAKLES I STEWAHf AHUINGTON Feb a new congressmans ar rival in Washing ton to take his Beat as a law maker accommo dations Hro as signed to htm in the house off building as a mat ter of course He brings with him or hires a sec rotary often he has a stenograph er also and occa sionally he pro vidcs h i m s e I i with an ndditiuna assistant or two A 1 e B I s 1 a t 01 needs a plane t work and ionic body to help him For a reprosen NCOUJ MfMORJAL itivcclect or nvon a senatorelect ion np a wellstaffed official uartersin tlio capital in advance o beginning of hlg term Is mori in fact It suggests tho launching ot sonn ort of an important campaign THIS is just what has been done b L a inemtmrtobe of tho 71st coi rcs9 wlifch President Hoover Is ccted to call together in extra sns Ion shortly after the present or 7011 ongiess adjourns ll is not however by a congrcs nanelect that it lins been done It i y i instond Mrs Kutli Hanna McCormielc ot 1 inoie Tbc best guess on Capitol Hill Is hut its nn important1 campaign In omiick thereare plenty of icn hereabouts to predict that San tor Dencon will bo found to have ho erpetual franchise to that toga oi is If Mrs McCormick has decided sho vould llko to wear it herself Senator Denccn will he seeking thor nomination next year Tha peuing of Mrs heaHi say sho has another icniViunrtern in Chicago and an or in every county In Illinois rather ominously timed MRS SIcCOUMICIC is not nn ordin ary representativeelect who has oslod her polilkal single congcoKsloii ll district She i re7rcsentnlivc tatlaiKC by her cniirc state Moreover she li a d formidable f o i her nomination less a peraonngo tlmn Illchard Vales a congrcssmiin foi 10 years and a Tlg man In Illinois Mrs McCormlck lieat him hands down True tlio vanquished Ueprc ucntativo Yates In lint n MRS R H MCCORMICK subsequently was given tho nomina tion of another camlldateathirse Congressman Hathbone who had Nevcrthlesn Mrs McConnlck bud demonstrated that she could ILk him first Having witnessed wliat happened to 13lclt Viltcs tlio lictting lit ASnsliins Inn is that Senator IJcncen is uiirnsy to sny the Iced which Mrs McCormlck has lie back or her less R DKNhJN linn the iilacing of skids uiulci got Into tlusenate by beating Sen Charles K Ueneeil wIUi a view to sliding him out of tho senate and tak llg his seat therein nnto hoiself i KNOWING what they do ot Mrs1 they know quite lot for Mrs McCormlck not only isa daughter of the celebrated Mark llaitna and widow of tho late Senator MeutU McCormlck but an exceeding ly active politician on her own ac count and well acquainted in Wnsli itoiAlcLonniek out nf a renomina tion and Senator McCormlck dleil bo forc tho eiul oC his term from disup pohilweul tsnnit said Anyway them bo folk Jn tlie cnp llnl who Iiolieve Jlrs AlrCurmiiik linn hcon awaiting her oitpHtlmity to even with Senator Ucnccii Ostensibly from all aeroimls tho senator tho new Illinois coiiKiejts nrc on terms lut tlmt loci imt prevent jujto a Washington forecast or a Knowing what they do ot Mrs Me1 grudge fight between thcm alu hitler Grouse i Not it youll bo very very ciulct nnd stay out of sight ore tha gentlemen cant see you chirped Molhcl Grouse attar thinking a moment Xou sec the men have idcn who you are and catching Eight ot a strange wh OTHER EDITORS I doubt 1 gay still as a mouse and off straight for tlio Jienrt their midst might upset them dreadfully they would go on with the performance Theboy promised to bo f the party started Ills tfrna In of the ivoods Tho drumming grew louder as tho hoy with Mother PnrtrlilKfi and her family hurried along No sooner had they entered the woorln lliau mother held a claW HUNT PETERS M D L mLually employment Insurance It Is paid to thoHO who at one time were In work and may at some future date he aBaln in work and who whon employed contribute toward the jjromium J Nnmo some of the famous statues of women A There iro comparatively few ttatues ot women except thoso of goddesses or symbolical figures Joan of Aro ia probably tho most popular subject I here aro also famous statues ot Cleopatra Beatrice Cenoi and France 10 Willard and a group ot portrait busts ot Lucretla Molt Susan B Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Sttinton 0 What Is Hie daily payroll of the Government printing office I T A It Is approximately And Mine nnd It may bo that tlio throat trouble Is tho lack of appetite Does your boy have at iiiso of his least three your step dont senfflo lie leaves any more wntr 11 a n tl MOTOR UYVHODUCT9 Austin Herald A Mason Cllyan wrllen u newspaper letter deploring tho lack ot highway friendliness which ho recalls us exciting In the nineties His view stresses glnvny aa something which has little termini nil along tho way not merely ns a ntretch of road willed a rushed over aa quickly ns possible to transport yourself between two defin itely points Hays tlio Mason divan When you drove slowly down the iltisty riMd to look al tho corn on tho north eighty or to Inspect the fence In tho creek pasture evcry man mid child you met or passed was im abject of friendly comment long be Cure you came up to them and there than yon can helpleernoil to plenty of tlmo to atop lesL TUr and visit over tho possibility of war THE QUESTION OF SAVINGS rpIIE question of money saving properly demands the thot ot every man or woman who is earning nnylhln Many Imve a superficial or Inaccurate Idcn nlraut savings They think only oC money hidden In the house or deposited In a bank It they carry life insurance they apeak of the expense of Insurance tho expense of keeping up premiums They would not tnlk of the ex pense of a bank account Tlfo Insurance Is one of tho soundest and most effcc live methods ot saving money You do not havo to wal until you aro dead to benefit by modern insurance pol iies There arc many ways in which you cnn inalco In suraiue pay you well while you livennd havo your health Ami it pays especially well when you rlont hnvc your health Others speak of the expense of buying a house or a piece of property A house may be a rich Investment Savings is a subject which demands thot nnd under standing it demands analysis Because somebody doe not save tho way you save does not mean he la a ipc thrift He mny Just be giving more thot to H than you 11 took n humorous hcndivrlter In a humorous ncwe nauer to call ho downtown section of Dos MoineH tl Loop China faces a fifty million deficit In need of a Sc i retary Mellon it would accra By Waller Winchcll YOPK Feb In This Town of Ours That Lucky Strike smokeemam luntgetfat gng was tried out as a lo OF COURSE THOUGH YOU DO NOT BfTLONG TO GROUSE FAMILV AND SO YOU WILL HAVE TO 8E EXTRA CARE FULL should hear yon lust lieyoiul is a little opening iTiuing the trees and it is there about Iho big gray stump that the Cock Partridges arc giving their party They do not ask molhors and tho children to these af ter n o o n affairs afraid the elilldron will get underfoot I It we do nothing In disturb them tlitiy will not find fault with our admiring them Mh Spain or tlio dangerous ratio uf 16 to 1 whleh tho niiver longnert orator sought lo and oven when speeding bv nt n smart trot a wave of the hand or a shouted greet ing established a community JnferoM and friendliness which this ngis of cal but was so successful 12 million will bo expended for a national cam paign Hat mfrs scared by the growing barehead epidemic havo en gaged a press agent and will spend 100 Gs for propaganda A new mag tho Observer Is due In Sept to com pete with Fcirum Scrlbners Atlantic Monthly cf al W IS Woodward Mark Van Dorcn Stunrt Clmso ami Paul Slfton will head tho editorial boaril AWEILICI gave P Toyce a rock almost aa heavy as her ono before sho went lo the old country aiul strauilcd the Locke boys J P won S1 ccnlfl pitching pennies in the Ilobokeli erry depot from Lincoln riu for Schuster Tlie 3ud Fishers nre On Tlio Vergo Kuhn Loth Sc Co avo a dining room in their fit place where Otto Calm feeds sumptuously whilo lie dashes off wo bowls of Acidophllus rils for glasses ot milk a day two cups of fruits and vegetables part ot them raw some meat or fish or eggs besides his breads and cereals Is he an excess sweet cater It would be a good idea for him to havo coil liver Int you should KCO your physician about this No Che removal of tho tonsils does not ordinarily af fect tho voice MRS It Is not normal for the lircoHls to be se creting milk four years after the baby Is born so on should sco your physician As you say the milk does not appear unless you squeeze ho breasts It is finite probahl that because you do this o sea if milk is there you aro stimulating tho glandsso that they continue to secrete Continuous stimulation will cause them to keep sacvcting In some of the old countries and among tlie unenlightened mothers nurse heir babies until they are five or six years old Until you can sec your physician just let your breasts vey entirely alone nnd resist tho temptation to see it any1 milk is there fights nnd that is why I like this season the best ot al MRS age of 44 is not a bar to your having a child If you have tlio right care You should not allow this to worry you The fact that you had children when you wore younger shows you are capable of bear Ing them We have an article on the diet during pregnnncy ami nursing and a list ot books on preand postnatal care rsisoUuc bitch hikers and holdup men fenis to lack To how many people docn apic urc like that iipnctil That leisurely riendly discourse that is presumed the basis upon which man pels with man Is certainly worth the lack It ton something lo renlly be deplored I does the motor ngo really rol eoplo of that friendly dtreoiirao that inco took plaeo upon highway 1er laps tlio other side should bo told Ot course tlio you do not belong lo lite Clvonsc fam ily uid so you will havo to bo extra careful My linsluDid lias a rinlelc Just ought to sco hiiii ehas1 any oilier Partridge out of hlf donialilri in the summer that it is autumn ha gets along well with the children aro x up you see so he hasnt them lo worry nhout 1 hale which you may have Nest Dolly Foundation Diet The Game of Cupid AMANACUU ami his actress brldo avo only living to gether until tlie 1st when their new apis will be A Koso by any olhcr name would still bo Dannie lirleo tho captain at tho Algonquin would rather have your autograph than your lip provid ed of course youre a biggio The report oC KiiKeue ONeills Illness wan on the urnandurn lio got sun Hlruclc In thn Kueji belt They found a portable phono graph tinder one ot the seats iittor the Philharmonic re cital the other evo One of tho pheminn movie critics promlRed a ralfce every time she leads the Variety Uox score na it is laughingly called HAKRV F MARKS the lomo dealer will peddle a 000 book Io Yale soon that will make tho finnt uages VVII bur Fa nicy of tho Times la the only loeal report er socially registered Chns Ponieroy Ivcs 2nd man aging el of the mag Kugenlcs sueeeed P Wilder as atisocialo rd of ttio New 7la von JournalCourier Mar I The X Y Times now owns every tiling went oC the Paramount on W HUBS Ioitei of tho Kame rag will run tho Newark Bttic liaglc for 1 Blucl Mrs Nellie Hall Daniels Clear Lnlic Oh for tho game of Cupid How high tlio cost of his urt He steals In uninvited And plays till he reaches the heart SniriotiineK ho snaps tho lienrtslriugs And takes fnteH priceless toll Sometimes ho brings bright futures And crowns a hopeful soul His works Hint stand uncrumblcd Aro fewIn tlio modern age In niatrinioulals booklet Theres many a blanl old iiase No lovo ever grew from pity Ami stoodtlio Rlrenuons test Of Lifes long lahorloiiB pnlhwny Killed witli duty nnd unrest It mutt come from the deer founlain Horno alono in UH unHeen wny By the merging of mighty magnets Ulnzing the trail in Its sway Then needless to blaino or hinder Rivalry all In vain Tho thirst ot the soul is satlstioil Tho II leaves a blinded biaiu As water sonkti ils level Ho tho Boul its love divine It lia heard UIB answering enlio Dear heart be mine be mine TUB GOIAHiN CcdiuItuplils iiuclte Tho anniml oiort of tho Cow Testing association ahowa gratifying progress In the dairy Industry During 1927 the total mim bor of testing associations lu Umiin tion Increased 13 por cent while in Iowa tho Increase wasIS per cent Detention of tho boarder cow the prima ftliietion oC tho tester hut now It is only one of many serv ices Improvement of henls and t hcst methods of dairy mnnngcmcnl aro Included in lostnr year tlio aveingn Iowa coir produced IT pounds of UiitMr fnl tin vcaru ngo tho produrtlnn wan 110 noiinds Incotno Jnst year from dairy rows or 515 for iaili man woman nml chllil on Iowa rirniH Weaver pmfeMor of dairy usbnmlry nt Iowa Stato college given Iho testing nifiucliillon credit for tho most hnportant rontribnlion to diiiry progress lie points out Hint ai soeiatlons Hueeent or foil ns Hie inem is proprcsslvo or liarkwnitl Itlnmo for fniliiro someHmos goeK to 10 tester lint thn moinbershlp is re ponsihlo for choice ot tho tester Ideal conditions Io nol exlwt as yet ays Professor Weaver but propresi as been encouraging Tho dairy in ustry lins contrlhuted much lo nl nvluto agrleultnril distress of recent Tnwa rightfully gives homas tho golden cow She lins dellvereil hn gooda whilts iinHtlclnns talked Mr rarlriilec isnt jealous now Bui as 1 j not anything about you iherc is no telling vtint ho would cio if he caught sight oC you suddenly you used it tisa topic ot coi ides I should not he at all surprised it my KOOil husuainl j versallon determined to get MotoristH nllll Koeni to have a 1 croup of acnualntaures They roen to have iiiiiuh In common niul there arc so many motorists KO tlinthere ia a large group to have things I common PelImps these friendly ex ehaliKCH oC conversation no occur upon tlio highways but thej exist nevertheless iriirl yon over Imve your aiitonuilii sluek in a snnw drift did yf keep that matter to yourself Mos already a bit provnked at you for disturbing him tli fternoon Ho ran away because he didnt fee like talk ng to a stranger Xost The Uninvited Guests EARLIERJ3AYSJ IICISIIUARY 11 100 ainunn City will ho the host of lie Upper Ucs Moines Editorial association meeting next year The association adjourned ycsterdny at Algona by His eluctlon of 1 W Sparer Algoiiu president Cray Clear Lake v prcsidilif A L livans llinnbuldt seercliiry anil treas urer and Kmory A Wolf Mnytou assistant secretary Thomeeting will be held hero in August next Joseph Ilolub who has been acting aa collector foi tho Western Kloelrio Telephone company lins resigned to tako effect on March 1 Hi Hliecussur has not yotj I been nanictl Tho iriv of fur has gone skyward nnd Hie one who Iliad gootl iielfty to offer Herbert Jllwli today got sky scraping prkrsall because jf a hoy burn at his home last Much interest is being manifested among loral mem bers of the Iowa Stale Fish uml damn Protective asso ciation in tho movement which iho Amluhon neioty has sttrlcii tlio of iho activity being to iecure a gniio eensiiH firni sportsmen in all parts of tho country tho mutual Itlea ot irotcetlng gamo insofar as slhlc nnd still fiirtlicring the interests the legitimate Conlon who IKIM been willv tho Clanville stori for the past few months hasresigned and he and his lavo returned lo Kinmelshurj Tonight tho poxlome forcu lihn llio Arab will silently told their lent inl slenl away but unlike tho Arab the stealing of tlio postnffle force will bo between two day Tonight at midnight the loiillng of tho furntluro and1 other fixtures will Leninami tomorrow Unltei States mull will be dispensed at tho llJW uUicc ThlinlvH Luck Samuel r Miss Nellie rtersin has aeceptiil a position al nionltuu conuiauv Slits has Uutn with T It Jlunville that might be ohtnineil from a itid silitation and you doubtless got ympathy too Most likely your istener told you ot a similar expcrl nco and nil In all you liad a rather pleasant chat Speed miles per gal on and n lot ot other things about an nntoniobllc afford plenty of exeise ivhieii otherwise theremight Vo none Men nnd vomen too for Hint matter still form groups for conversatlon ami when you tuneIn you likely will find ihal they are talking something cun nerled with automobiles The gay nineties micrht have de MRNACF TO IOKKSMITH San Im lieisco Jlirolllele H li liilto unuccoiisaiy Io explain thill tlio action of n ISostnn rnrtto hrondcast station in barringtlio Jolco about Heoteh thrift was nut by irotest from Ihc Keols Ihoy liavo never regarded thrift as n lolto nnd tlicreforo Imvo never liecn perturbed by Hie levity withwhich it Is treated hy less enlightened people Tlie purpose ot tho Boston ban is to protect the pulille from the tlvrsomc reiteration of a threadbarn wliecvi This raises a niuisllon about otlirr wisn cracks Wltliou1 necking and the prohibition there would be no excuse for the eo iego funny papers or tho sopliisticlteil satirists Par tlie words bilge anil Bllila bolt and hn would have noth ing to read Tet us hopo thin Boston example Isnt gnllig to spread tno far HIS 1H011TS AUK IAID louis roslllispalili At signated tlie hlghwiiyH for that mirl oC tiling hut the eoniing of ti into rnohile rloes not represent n totnl lots In this respect 11 port of a honrl of unity tlmt malces L 1oinian feel that he eau nTproifii a man frnin New naiiiiishiro topic of in ivliiih ter Avill he intensleil rllie ear along th vnV might deserve inorr 111 Kissingiefltwirin that lie niil Vling nil i lot rf lit nillefi lionr of the alV liat ho use later on In talk alou nifl even 1 he rushing int tot oprlv Htpnitunity SI louis roslllispalili At last RoaM Ainiitiilvirs drlilrs aro pnid ho Louis Poslnlspnlrh The nedals awiuIeil to the Norwegian ex plorer bV kings and learned ro tils only nsyet when ho vanished into the Arrtlr mists nnd they hrnt enoiieli at a reeent sale to satisfy tho fiiuiniial nlillgallnllR wllleh Ihn latter part of IIH life So rtulH tin chapter for the worlds great est poialess explorer the only man who hrnt seen hn poles til only navigator xvho ever piloted n nhlp 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