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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 19, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                Lee Syndicate Newspaper Office East State Street Telephone Numbers 27 28 and 29 where your Income goes and why It is worth while keep books at least to tho extent that you can determine whether you are actually spending more money than you take in Many do that very thine WIM F MUSEBailor W EARL HALLManning Editor LEE P LOOMISBusiness Manager CKISRO tiORIM CO REPUBLICAN Estmblwhed 18B1 Weekly May 1883 Dally Globe Established October 1890 The Mason City Timei Founded In 1870 Iwued Every Week Day Afternoon by MASON errs GLOBEGAZETTE OOMPANT MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press exclusively entitled to i for publication of all credited to It or not otherwise credited in thii paper and also all local news published herein Paper in the City and County SUBSCRIPTION RATES III MHBU City and Clear Dally per year jJ700 Daily per week15 Outside at Mason City and Clear Lake Dally per year by carrier Daily per week by IE Dally per year by mall 40C 5 rontli3 225 3 months 1 69 Outside 100 mile zone dally per 6 months 325 3 months S178 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE TUESDAY FEB 19 1929 THREE FRENCH IN THE SAAR A BJSCOKDAXT note ill the harmony of the TounK conference is the opening In tho Saar of French schools hy tlie occupation regime The French claim is that the Frenchlanguage schools fire desirable from the educational standpoint especially since there is an alleged French strain In the population But most observers sec In tho maneuver an attempt thinly veiled to Gallicize this German province as much as possible during the treaty period In which the French administration Is to continue Eventually the province is to so hack to Germany the theory being hat the French got tho territory to work the coal mines to compensate for tho damage done lo French mines during the war The schools and other propaganda however hint that France has plans for tho Soar running beyond the period oC occupation This Is unfortunate particularly it this time Germany ind Franco havo got to get together on reparations oc cupation and other problems Any move which exasper ates German public opinion will male agreement BO much more difficult for tho German delegates at the con tcrence and concession BO much harder lor the French THE OLD HOME TOWN By Stanley Advertising Furnished on Application Entered at the Postofflco at Mason City Iowa aa Second Class Matter JElirec may Iscep a secret if two of them are dead BENJAMIN FRANKLIN PICKING THE RIGHT MAN SUCH an article as this by tlic publisher of Farm Life takes on a new Interest in the light of Secretary Jar revelation of plans for wltliil rawing from tho cab inet Wilh the aRyinancc oC a friendly conEre53 and wlihiin administration plcilgcd to the solution of tlie Ttirm problem the vital need is for tho right man for secretary of agriculture In this department lios the outstanding unfinished business the conspicuous unsolved problem the most inviting opportunity for service Tlie treasury is full to overflowing1 Labor draws u fat pay envelope Forolgn affairs are harmonious Commerce iind manufacturing have helped the cities to new heights of prosperity Agiiculturo is served and well by many lands of scientific experts promoters oC farm organizations farm paper editors Wo have had them in the past Wo need them now But they lack Hotuethhiy that n secretary of agriculture in Presi dent Houvcrs cabinet will need This present opportunity for a commantlerIn htef for the forces of agriculture is too big and the responsibilities are too great to bu wasted on any man whose mind fits into a little groove of any kind Tho whole nation is ready to follow the lead of n master irtlml who can hear tho cry oC the people of the cities for food hut who will fight shoulder to with farmers against any plan to have agri culture stand 11 side while commerce and manufactur ing and city labor are marching by to a higher level The tremendous need ami the unprecedented op portunity is for a man ivho rin do for the farmers what Mr Hoover as secretary of commerce lias done for business A man who can bring the diverse farm groups into harmony nnd gather up the broken threads ot a doaen different sectional schemes selecting the prac tical ideas and weaving them into a sound national policy with wisdom and courage who can travel Days are getting longer in spite of the eight hour day rule Who Is Iowa can qualify as a welldressed gentlemnnV The requirements are 20 suils and ot least a dozen hats u0 and Win farm confidence and farm support I enough force to gain the sympathetic ear and the ac tivo cooperation of big business and enough diplo macy to clear up the confusion of the politicians Now as never before agriculture and the nation need a ma IT tho Right Man who possesses ami uses tho qualities of vision and leadership required to niako the most of this remarkable opportunity Altho the GlobeGazette baa never had as low an esti mate of tho agricultural secretary as the average Towan It believes that tho very fact of this lack of confidence would militate against him as a cabinet officer under Houvor It is to bo hoped tlntt the presidentelect will choose somebody who is both capable and possessed of agricultures confidence In many respects the agrlcul tural portfolio ought to lie tho most important in the Hoover cabinet The possibilities for doing good or evil are immense MARKING THE TOWNS TOWN thru tlie active cooperation of the American glon and othoi3 Interested In the problem has become ono of the nation leaders fn the identification oC towns and cities by roof markings for the aviator Hying over It is encouraging however to find that other states arc coming along A report on this by tho Daniel Guggen halm foundation which Js sponsoring the national cam palgn is most encouraging Approximately 1800 towns have already completed the roofmarkings nnd 2500 towns report that definite plans for tills aro under way Out of 7100 communities aerial Identification Ls pnrllculnrly desirable tho work Js either completed or under in more than 4000 says tho Guggenheim re port This leaves a total of about 3000 towns not yet marked so aa lo indicate tlic roil to or locality for an air pilot The fund Is not actively corresponding with these communities many of which have been retarded In this work by cold weather It Is hoped that within the next Ihreo months the United States will bo properly and adc nmitcly provided with signposts for aviation As the USD of the airplane lias been extended ns II hctomes a vehicle for transportation not only for com mercial enterprise but for the private individual town Identification increases In importance Tho Fund has re celvcd the enthusiastic cooperation of the nations 1n dustrlcs particularly the railroads tlie oil companies am the Ford Motor company and also ot the civic and so clal clubs such aa the Chambers of Commerce tbe Amer lean Legion the Rotary the Klwanla tho and tho Exchange The technical development ot the alrplano to flay has reached a high stage of perfection and its use fulness must not bo held back by the lack of ordinary navigation facilities nuch aa airports and swers Horn Talio advantage of this freo service If you arc otic of the thousands who have patronized Ihe liureau ivnio us agiiin Jf you havo never used ho service begin now Jt is maintained for your benefit Bo buro a send jour imino and address wilh vour question and incloses 2 conls in coin or stumps for return iiusl IKO Address thn GlnliaGazctre Information Hiircau Frederic J llusliiu Director Washington I C srclfcst In tho occm A On the coast of Guinea In Africa where therei a constant westerly swell from tho Atlantic Q Wmt proportion of tlie men in the high offices IS Ilavc college graduates A The Nations Business says that in spites of the act that less than 1 per cent oc American men arc college graduates this 1 per cent lias furnished Ha per cent of nir presidents 36 per cent ot ouimembers of conKress 47 per cent of the speakers ot the house 51 per cent of he vice presidents 61 per cent of the secretaries oC state oO per cent oC the secretaries of tho treasury liT per cent of the attorneys general nnd GO per cent of the Justices of tlio supreme court Q What is llio difference between tho Catholic church and heir lielicf and the Lutheran rluircli and tiicir lielief C W A Among the most fundamental differences between lieLutheran ami Catholic churches if tho refusal oE the ornier to accept the supremacy of tlie poiio or to believe n the doctrineof purealory or the power oC nhKohltion or ndulgeiicos by the church Intheran clergymen also are not required to practice celibacy Where is 1ho churcli ot St John lnteran ivliero Cardinal Gasparri and Premier Mussolini signed tho agreement scftling tlio Roman niteslinn P D A The cluirch ana palace of St John Latcran aie n 1VE ALWAYS SAID WE NEEDED A SPHEt LAW FOR THESE AND A MARSHAL OTEY WAUKER HAD HIS HANDS FUtU THIS AFTERNOON A RUNAWAY AND TWO ode FIGHTS qoiNc ON AT THE TIME Will Congressmen Quit After Farm Bill Passes L Special Session Easy Tiling to Start but Not Always as j Easy to Stop Stewart Points Out ITy CHARLES P STKYVART A K H 1 N 1 T O N 19 T It O Arabian Nights fishcnnan who ac commodatingly lot a hugo gonlo out a Ijotttc only havo the big of to bruto threaten kill him out ot assemble when Mr ns ho must his onti p 11 r o meanness wan lucky in hav ing an exception ally honehcailfcl Ktnio to deal wllh AH all must re call ho film flnmmwl tha poor sap inlo relwiilnp to his container ostensibly to prove that a 000 000 Ballongenie could dotlato hlmselC in Uien corked him up nsaltfuiitlMied made terms to tho fishermans ever lasting financial advantage Fisherman Herbert Hoover hai nb assurance that tho congressional genlo will bo so gullible when he fulls tho stopper and the genie comes bouncing mil for his scheduled extra session be ginning in April or there nbouta Irom all Indications ho Is KrtWa to Invclor into a dnrned unmanageable li Diet and Health By Lulu Hunt Cetera M D Address Inquiries to Dr care GlobeGazelte and stamped envelope SIRCI your name evidence Ot i good faith tend 10 cuiu in coin i you wish Rcdudae ead Gaining 1araphlet ABOUT BROADENING HIPS RAT my iniva our writincr Peters Adventures A Dully IleOlimo Slorr SMITH VINCENT knows what Mr Lj Hoover wants consress to do nt Uio follows Pass a farm relic C bill MaybeInciciuo tho Inrlff some tn tha benefit of n very voiy industries S Adjourn anil go homo uutil next December Tho evidence 13 overwliclmlnir that Mr Hoover and his most truated Ad visers liuvo scrutinized every prece dent In American history In the hope oC hitting on some plan by which the president can end nn extra session ot congress when he would like to have easiest thing in he world for a pres ident to start Xo power on earth can slop It goia reiuly THIS next new which wilt Hoover Issues t for it to meet in extra a good deal of an enigma On paper Mr Hoover will have nica majorities In both houses Thn hitherto recognized group ot uosrcsslvos will nu longer hold Ihn uiliincc or the senate Ko irogrcsslves lost their seats laot No vemher but so many democrats wern jeatpn by rctiiihllcaim that the G O regulars unrjucstlonabTv aro on they all stay regular In tho lower house the margin H LTOWEVTSR it an depends consM llflrably on Mr IToovcra own politics Bo it reinemliareri during the pro convention period his rivals com plained bitterly that was no knowIns what pnrly ho really did be long to DurliiK tho campaign RK loyal republicans they hunh hushert with pqual vtiror but tliat didnt msan that they hail changed their mind any There not of tho ultra bloc nvho Mr Hoover s Sotng lo make a pratly liberal prfif ilent If he dlsappolnls them they tuny flop out oC alignment with him Yot Ir 19 Miows himself a bit Lor liberal there are int to nltra onservnllveH who will flop out of alignment with him the other way The Smith and IToovercrats also era an uncertain two elements At preneni they aro viciously divided Should hey remain no it Is hard to how they will assort themKolven it end Hardly necessary to say none has lcen hit on A mirclal session of congress in the THE analyze A is difficult to psycho dangerous for Fisherman Hoover to let out ot hla bottlel Still he must do It He may well worry about ways and of him back Insldo the thing doesnt want so R Renio loose n11 summer Q What statemakes tlio most ico cream M C A Pennsylvania 0 Have we uvcr Tind a president ivho was not a candidate for reelection O A President Buclmnaii was not1 a candidate to suc ceed himself Ho announced in his inniiKurnl address hat ho would not seelc n second term Poll Fierce ami Hayes were not rciioinlnntcil but whether they wen ac tively or passively candidates might be debated When ivis Iho rcniclvry Inrnci over to the gnrcrimirnt How many snhlicrs aro buried here R S A In 1SG7 The last report fihoug 2115 Itnown and 1GJ2 unknown rTcad Ijuriod there mulo his Tjondon deliut as a child lie tho only nrlisL uii llio program When prodigy was A A child hilled as the Infant Tyra played upon the harp Tho identity of the youns musician is not known Q ICcncnlly in your rolmuu you stated thnt Anno TCIS ilm fiist ruler of Circnt KrUiin Was not James I fho first iiavo tliis ilp I A T A James I wishctl to use tho title of Kinp of GrcaC Britain instead of King oC England and Scotland ami even so far ns to have It placed on his coins In 1004 ho asked parliament to consent to the new title hut fears were expressed lest Uio laws and liberties ot 13ns and might bo jeopardized and tho Commons nrgcd that some agreement as to the terms oC union precede assump tion of tho title James finally yielded to the advice of Ills minister nobort Cecil and tho change was deferred The title did not receive parliamentary sanction until tho Act ot Union 1707 BROADWAY By Waller Winchell And Mine a hy so frequently on tho need of periodic examinations to a woman physician friend of mine yesterday and had a complete one She is in ulmost perfect health but getting flabby nnd a bit broad around the hips from sitting so constantly during the day T havo been telling her nho ought to do tho Tummy Ten exerciser and get in a little more walking but you know tho prophet is not without honor Havo In own country Now1 hearing tho sania thinefrom my frJentJ she Is Impressed Today she Is going to get up every half hojjr or so during her work and stand up against a wall with her heels hips shoulders and bond touching tho for a Ihoro stretch ing While sIlUiiR in her chair every once in a whiTo sho is point to lean back hotshoulders and hips ngainsL tho chair and take deep breaths And slio in starting tho LUlU HUNT Iumniy Ten IJBlEUS Before Kay bcsun work sho usctl to go In for a great deal of hiking tennis swimming and other athletic sports and her musculature s in good shape Doctor ftl hrot out this vital point Ray While there is very littlo wrong now she has to think of the future that shemust establish habits thai will keep her from getting heavy and flabby and under All of thosewho sit a great denl of the time should do tay doing Our article on the Tummy Ten will bo of benefit to all who need it C1 very rough and dry rikin may be due to hursh L Koaps OLlo cxposuru lo wind and dust Sometimes ivcn without agencies thciG may hn n dry skin and in sueh a caso thcro is thot to bo some disturbance of tlir internal glands If tho latter is true it may he by proper medication Wo must not forget that ho glands and nil the tissues of the body nro disturbed by a wrong diet and other wrong hyglcpic habits A glycerine solution seems to ho toho best solution for most skins but it must be very greatly diluted to be soothing Three or four part oc roso or water to ono pnrt of tho glyccrlno seems to iigree wilh most A little lomou cnn bo in thie and if there Is NOISE ENOUGH FOR A BAND A BEAT A beat Father Is Jrnnirninjr again cheeped FeiiKoHu ni shrilly lut now It made no difference Papa mrtridgB was nialtinp such a rncltct himself that ho would have hoard nothing had his whole brood started olmping at once Dmiml JJrrumi Unum dirum Jinun Now nuf flcfl now loud Iho clrunicaH rellert out so fast nnd sofur EW YORK Henr and Feb See 19 ThlnKs I Could PcHcr Arnos hilarious cartoon in a New Yorker about a dizzy blomlo who took a hntily pock at herself in her full length mirror ami cooed Boo You beautiful creature Thoso two murderous round of the DempscyFirpo tiff 3Unnie Bilca singing But Im nu Indian and Im a Florodora Baby with her old nose PUNCTUALITY PERHAPS some of us do not analyze what our lack oC punctuality our failure to Ifccp engagements on lime really mean It is of course a perfect illustration ot egotism and selfishness We simply servo notice that our affairs our time our convenience nre all more im portance than the affairs time and convenience of our fellow mortals And after all perhaps we are not so much better than tlic rest N INSTALLMENT BUYING O DOUBT but what Installment buying has been a great boon to tlio American people It haa helped thousands to have comforts and luxuries they could not otherwise havo had There la only ono small but import ant point to keep in mind when yon aro about to put your namo on the dotted line Bo quite auro you havo a fair chance to have the money for the installment at the cad of the month Few men or women have a definite gift for figures for financial accounts for keeping books Anyone can learn something Lit operating own financial affairs com pctcntly There la a satisfaction to be found la knowing Etc i ing two or tbrro drop oC carbolic acid to eight 4 or tho solution cnn bo added Thin should always bo applied after bnlhhig nnd before going to bed An other way to it is to pour a or two of tho unrii luled glycerineinlo the palm and add water from Iho tnp eyes and eyelids are markedly affected by a diot which Is too low In vittimtn A Analyze your diet lo sen if it in halnnced A You undoubtedly have te soft of infection which lingers on perhaps thru your resistance you can wee nn eye speclalisl get n littlo tubn Gertrudo Lawrence Jick Buchnnnr nnd Beatrice Lillio in Hie original Chiir lot Tievusical And Famous Combinations by Grantland Rice in a IlurldTrib Friedman to and to Evera to Chance Dorala to on tho some rival dance and and Hearing a distant A a Ituth and the Right Field Fence lowered Until oC 1 per cent yellow oxide of mercury and rub It on tho eyelids every night havo an article on common eye troubles which plvea a good eye wash formula and an article on Balanced Diet which you may have Mrs No cancer not contagious Sorry I cannot Answer your other Qiirsllons in the column You must go to your doctor for liiesc Tho Aciil nnd AlUaHncAsli Bert Williams polcer gamo pyntominc T Icrs Violettra inrl Ted Jewia wahwahing Baby Smiles at Me Mr The Parade of Ino Wooden SolfHore number n thr first ChauveSouria and Nora Hayes singing Ive Got Those Broadway Blues Tho premiere of Shuffle Along with Florence Mills and the brownskin lad whoso strutting enticed II encores Sophie Tucker warbling Days Somo of These Bays Days Lillian GIsli in The Birth of a Nation and Hence Adoreo in Tho Big Parade and the Marxmcii in Ill Say Sho Is of 2S Guinan getting dramatic in Tlie Padlouka Revue Lillian Lorraine walking down those flairs in Ihe 1919 Ziofifeid Follies ami Cohan In The Song and Dance POEMS THAT LIVE TO AKNONE Knlicrt Hcrririt iat consiciciiLO say is it in tlicc Wiion I a heart had one lukft awny thnt liftart from me And to retain thy own To Kor Khaino or pity now inclino To play Rloving1 part Either to send me Kindly thine Or give me back my heart Covot not both tout if thou dost Hoaolve to parL with iKUher AVhy yet to uhow that ihou art just Take me and mino togcthor outthat it seemed an if a company must be at work instead of just ono bird hut little FearNo How docs lie do It oslced Harm shook his Ivad and chuckled Ill novnr tell snid he That la a family s one or the first a little Partridge learns 1C I told uLhir would Wise aa we and wo dont want any one els tolearn tho trick not of our Wrd friends tho Eht try to copy us npd Hko that at all ill loll you much tho Papa Partridge glvojg that drum call in ono of llireo wayq Maylio ho does It jy bont OTHER EDITORS IT Thw Connecticut Journal The this ibor bill lins passed Llie houso will probably pass the senate after ngtho on which he is see how ho bpuds upon it or ncihaps ho his whips t off ether ovrr liis hrml or Just poiimli JiJjnsoJf itpon tho sldos 1hcro now yon linvo thrro KHOSSCS TnUo yuur choice But Fulhor te thru rirumHiInfif now Roo how 1 nre tlroppinR ulowly Into plEtiC And Kslon The off o hide tlio hist iiolca in Iho woodH 1cter hnl hcon trying his host lo solve ilm how lid 1art boat drum ho worry tlic old quite aurc lied hivu found out K only had UcpL H tip a liUlo longer Now Peter 1o wontlciwhat to hippen next the crosM old cock Koinp lo TighL his fiiLnds or wnnkl ho liilto it Into IIJR liclcl lo scmfh a bit and iHrliijjs fspy him Tho boy liart no ivlsb to receive such n UubblnK ns hnd Uio stuniu Pclor wns just about making liiM mind to Htonl riuiftly iway FcarXolInrni chirped out that liim change his mind Kliter wav rnad but now lio In ff7atl and T know has pleasoj hint cbGopntl np Tito Ijoy looked at Pnpa Pnrtrldfjc and sure fnr Tram beinp cross the oTil fcUow looked as tho butler melt In hla mouth Toll me then FenrNuKarm ho demanded Uearinff his own rtvummlng1 boy1 answered the little fellow Cant yon uncfrrslnrul FiUlirr lias been drum ming so hard that ho IIHH worked off bis ill Lemper nnd txalen lilmsclC into good humor Ho bus forgotten about wliat it that hlni mtid and now all tho vest ot the afternoon be wiJl bo as pleasant fis 1 Partridge RhouM be Next The rnrtrhlpes1 1oacn Treaty EARLIER DAYS FEBRUARY 19 1909 A new Hold will he starled In City on South Main street In tho old Natloniil hotel building has which the governor will nlgn It Al tho it is admitted by Us friends to be an Imperfect nystem ot keeping men employed in prisons because it lias certain Inherent disadvantage It Is hotter than anything else its ents havo to offer Sbady Lewis and his cohorts in labor circles plus a row ultvaaensl tixp folks lo a srcnt deal of talking about victims or society and peon clr ut ivlien nsltci to produce a plan better I ban that now in use I hey aro stopped completely The stateline system has its merits far ns it goes but it cnn never tin n success until tho state needs the entire output of L couplo thousand men nud until tho people aro ready to pity tixcs to equip tho necessury factories to turn out tho matcdnl called for j In tho meantime tho prisoners must ho employed After Ihe senate passes Lbo bill tho board of control should bo left alono for awhile to If it can find 1 Ijelter something that critics of Uio hoard have been unable to do There is liltlo eenc In fighting over tins question every two years EVER AFTER Ccilnr Rapids Garrlte Slock gamb ling reparations fifteen cruisers Mr llooverjj cabinet farm ail please lake 1 back neat The lUono Kagln is to wed the glrj In ten million Any woman Iroiu II to 0 or nboutN will inform you that tlio mat plan gfits and eJao IK igaln3t tho crllicEsm that It Is i forre the payment of ing or IJiicly Anno Morrow Is the really important ncwa oc tho dny Rosy rnlsls glnnclnf beautiful posies lightfooted fluffy clothes huRLlc and hurry and pcis and blushes wedding these bo tho end oC truo tn iiigH and the ono purpufie ot nnlvevfo as every wise man kuoxvH VIvery knows It she burn with wisdom rind doesnt need nianu painful efforts to nncts pvemiumB on tho man wrh only a few hundred miles ft 3 cor and docs It carefully the Connecticut plan makes lit bllity Insurance or some form ot guar anty compulsory only In the case of Iho fellow who nan already demon strated Hint he is a traffic hazard Thus the flrat victim of an frrespon sfble driver may go uncompenssted Hut subsequent victims find their rishts proteclwl It a motorist Is found pullty of xn offenso that Invites aw recblcss driving racing drunken ilrlv inj or rtrfvlns another persons ear without falls wltlilu ilje ficope ol tho Ian Any car ho nitty own niust from then on bo covered 1y insurance or a bond or a deposit And if a motorist figures In an ntri Ictit in which Ihe tfamapo to tbe oilier mans car or poison exceeds fifty ilot Inrs llieti ho IIKnwiso la forced to inks out insurance or pu up a bond Kn rorconient should bo oasy thru Im pounding tiio car The Intention of course is to pro vide for tho payment of damage com pensation by the driver most likejy to came damage Whereas blanket com pulsory insurance might serve as nn incentive to reckless driving tho Con modification gives a promise of serving as an incentive to careful ilrlvlng Knowing lhat first acci dent or major offense Is Kolngr lo forne hltvi tn take out Insurance or quit dviv tho uninsured motorist n mighty sound reason for beiny alert and prudent to undergo Muo h Electricity fhuslied the news rirct and then it was broadcast by word of month ntiickcr even than radio might linvo done sido anil went sido in cxolusiye drawing rooms pantrlev Vetitl icncmetits In tho sluma beauty all instantly passed the mnclc words alon In ten Iimly million to marry tlie the Colonels in iiappy rirearnln and that is tlie mating oC a hero wllh tlio daughter of a rich and famous papa And may tho Lono ISrtgle aid tho girl In ten million live as they the story books happily ever hoc n vacant for the past few weeks r W Thompson and W C Yonker who aro well Innwn in the oily have pur chased tlio iiroiinrty having1 traded their property near tho north city limits Two Cily younx men Hugh Scammon and Frank Craven havo purchased a picture show and vaude ville theater at Eau Claire WIst nnd take charge of tho business there at once Mr and Mrs W T ITolnhnn left last night for a fow days viait and business in Chicago Yesterday tho lait touch of plumbing was finished trmv which is the final not ot tho mechanics upon tho post IfcD COMPWAOHY INSLKr office The flap tbia morning floated over tho absolutely finished to the last nail Tt Js n prettier building lhan most people supposed and ns a general thing aH nro tallsfied wilh Iho building Mnyor STcConloguo went to Forest City this afternoon on a day or two of business Until llxo happy consummation tele graph editors and nd writers nilslit as well how to thn Inevitable For tbe next few months approximately 52 ufiOOOO womeiij and almost as many men wlio wont admit It will not care about that school girl complexion or Iwbtois hnltl them spoil hound or IjllndfDlcI tests or Anything but tho Interesting details about two certain young people JUvcr slnco the misty dawn oC his tory there has been only one theme wlifch could maSo Kravo nchotnrs lay down their dusty tomes halt temporar ily tlic Inlrlgiici ot diplomats make A BIRD REFTJGK FOR IOWA Codnr Raplils Gazelto Tha United States senate lias passed the Korbeck bill as amended by Iho and thus ends a snvonycar sLrugglo by nports mcu nnd coiisnrvatloniUs to legiiilation doiigticd to protect migra tory wildfowl ami eblnbllsii sanrtuar wliero they will be safe from moles tation Ono or moro refuges to lablistied in each state govern ment will furnish funds after a sur vey for purchase of tha propor ami ror their maintenance However tho bill provides that beforo tbe Tafl Tiil can take over lands tlio various legislaturcn muxt puss enabling nets Iowa sportsmen will be eager for tile establishment of ono or two sanc tuaries for fecdtnff and protecting mi gratory wildfowl The leslslafurfl should consider an enabllnK act at scsaion forgot tfwlr ledgevs OCIrady and arONEVS TUB Ccifiir la Krcnnl It In com plained that neither tho fres6 account nor tho special patirhos to leading newspapers men tioned tho architect who designed Mr Boks bird sanctuary tower at taln Fakc Fla or tho sculptor who emlcIif5hpd It or the InndTcupe avtlnt who planned llio beautiful encinriins grounds Woll it may nt least bo offered in excuse that they ToUowoU Iio pxamplo of Iresident CoolUlgo In bin imveiling address dlcl tiot nentEon them rlther and merely enlo stsctl Mr Hok for his gift to tile pub ic In this1 for that mat ter posKlbly In all others of tho mod ern talks much loud er than art F A Kirschman Is a full fledged candidate for mayor of Mason City He filed his nomination petition today at tho city clerks office cnndiclnio for mayor on the InopleH Ticket with twentyono names attached They were Frank F Kelson C I Clnrk Hcrt Vlntcr K K 11 Stockman J F William 7otlewall Prescott ClarenceFelt F C Haase Garvey n 1 Wornl R n Minncnpnlis Jmirnal Tho prohicm of the motorist who Is both reckless and financially irresponsible Is every States problem So an experiment In modified compulsory Insurancewhich Connecticut ls undertaking will bo watched with Interest by tha rest of Iho country There are good arguments bolh for and ngalnst blanket compulsory lia bility Insurance To date Its merits seem to havo been outweighed by It demerits notnhlo among the latter Frank Paul S A Konli Kd McInuKhlln IM Quand T Whslne the difficulty of enforcement Boyce H M Blown L O Loomer and GnrreU Starr Massachusetts has been nndjpg put ONEMINUTE PULPIT Deliver me out of tho inirc nnrt let mo not sink lot me delivered from Ihem hale me nnd out oC tho deep waters Iwet not tho vnterflood overflow me nolllicr let tho deep awallow me up nl tot not ihc pit shut her moutlj lion moArsam Ixlx 14 15   

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