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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 29, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                JULY 29 1929 A Syndicate newspaper Every Week Day Afternoon by the ARE TRUE TEXAS educator speaking of science and religion Timid SOUls who want tostqp scientific In 27 28 and 21 vestlSation merely show their lack of faith If the truths taught by the church cannot stand CITY Business Manager MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Associated Press la exclusively entitled to tho usa for publication of all news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited In this paper and all local news published herein all t truths are not real They arenot truths at The truths of religious teaching If they do not need to fear investigation are sound SUBSCRIPTION BATES Daily per year Dally per week Outside of Mason City ana Clear Lake Daily per year by carrier S7 fln Daily per week by carrier Daily per year by mail 40 6 months 3 months J125 1 50 Outside 100 mile zone daily per year 6 OU 6 months S325 3 months Entered at the PostoOice at Mason City Iowa as Second Class Matter DRY AGENT SHOOTING DOUBTLESS the cause of prohibition is damaged by the careless use of firearms on the part of en forcement officers It is too much to ask an enforce ment officer to go unarmed again3t armed bootleggers but t is not too much to ask the government to em ploy no enforcement officers who havent sense enough and judgment enough to keep from shooting to flTl TY1O1O Clmnf SIIAM on mere suspicion J Solitude Is as needful to the Imagination as ciety is wholesome for the j PARING MILITARXCQSTS PRESIDENT HOOVER holds out some hope of econ omy in his announcement of army reorganiza for the purpose of eliminating useless arms of the service Just what this envisages is not yet clear except that p machinery is created for a continuing study of the army to look for ways to achieve effi ciency at smaller cost Probably the president has something pretty definite in mind but Isnt anxious to bring the jingoes buzzing about his ears by giving too many details Mr Hoovers figures on the cost of our military midget show it is the largest in the world which in Itself is not so bad We have next to Russia and China the largest population and the largest inhabited territory Also everything costs more in this country particularly the time of soldiers pay them a few pennies a day Naturally our army costs are heavy The thing that counts however is that we are spend ing on the army and navy departments somrthlng niore than half of our total national expenditure Surely that is out line iere s somfi w y when our armynavy costs have increased practically a quarter of a billion dollars since 1925 forVWh6 d0ethe money What we preparing loi who is the enemy What have we got for the Such questions as these must ansJered and m the answer will be found the openinetowar reduction of expenses For it is obviouTthat weTve no pressmg conflict of interest with any other power at present it is plair that the world in the Kellorc pact has a new and improved instrument of keeping peace which is showing itself to be reliable wiSS THE FIRST BIG INVENTION TT HAS been said the first great Invention of the hu man race was the wheel But the first great inveni ven ton came before that It was the use of hlf a hollow log boat The whole history of transportation a large scale began then And civilization is the history of transportation If you doubt whether heroes are quickly forgotten answer this Who was the captain ofjhe 4m Afone Dont worry about old age so long about whether your hnir looks all right as you worry sure to Take advantage of this free service Be aure in send your name and address with your question and inclose 2 cents in coin or stamps for return postage Address tho XHoteCteetto Informal Bureau Frederic J Haskin Director Washington A Court Is Jessica Dragonetto an opera star G P so She came to New York from Georgian I nnri xirao onl AAtn4 Q THE OLD HOME TOWN By Stanley A PICKLE SALESMAN FROM PUT UP A BlCi HOLLER ON THE WAY LASSITUDEVWTE SERVED HIS J BREAKFAST AT THECENTRA HOTEL THIS Stewart at Gastonia to Get Facts About Killing Washington Writer Lays Background or Story in First Article From North Carolina EDITORS NOTE The first of a series of articles written from tho scene of action In thii Gastonia textile workers mur der trial By CHARLES P STEWART N Car July 29 While here digging up what I con concerning the textile mill troubles which just now are arriv ing at a climax in the with the electric chair as its object 15 labor organizers accused of responsibility for the recent killing of Gastonlas chief of police O F Aderholt Right while I was pushing1 this Q How much hns Lindbergh flown C M the ment wisaff with safety cut down a little on the fire depart IS IT A MORAL ISSUE thecriticisni of church taking a stand D0t Offered in SOOd faith tyo as fast as new ones are ready dcvices been Installed In talkie theaters for deaf people R M made up of hard of hearing personsfheLd weT Q What states have old age pensions L T A Wine states as follows Montan that Bishop Denny of the Mettfo ere in a solution to r resident in the matter of en the ejghteenth amendment Said he Within the sphere the church of th of the Methodist church for many will refuse to be dragged as a church into politics The sentiment carries a great deal more weight coming from Bishop Denny than a like view dts r 5lf VWUaa Capers who and Which L don t grant anybody the right to be in favor of prohibition and prohibition enforcement commit final comlnttee committees has tha Q VS anclnt Romes drink I p Diet and Health By lulu Hnnt Peters 51 D t0 Dr Pelera re sjid cadax MM IF BABYS FOOT TURNS SEE SURGEON MY cousins infant boy seems normal in every way f ii hS feet One foot is turned way in pigeon toed His mother fell during pregnancy and hurt he foot do you thing that is the cause My baby son of 17 months has something wrong with his feet too They wer straight when he was born bu when he started to walk at months his toes turned Inwarc They are much better now than they used to be Do you think the will stay this way His brother o 2 years had bowlegs when h started to walk but they are per fectly straight now MRS J mitted Is it possible to study medicine by enlist the urmy or navy A O Jo Only physicians already trained are ad i the medical corps Q How many Indian tribes in U S M L V A About 133 have been listed on U nilrse marry a i It is normal for babies and dren and chil in the Bible to indicate thatit is both As proposition not many fairminded evils But when Is much an abstract persons would ques and its Tf i As A o drfw a widows pension A T P nin the Hebrew star M B een used conrsed of usedas a a symbol from early kno T ymo o udaism known as the Magen Dawid or Shield of David equilatera of Judaism and is to be slightly pigeontoed bowlegged and gradually they waJk stralghter as they grow older The normal step is with the feet parallel to one another and toeingneither In nor out DR LUJLU HUNT the little turnedin foot of PETERS your sisters baby is not due to her hurting her foot while she If the foot is turned in verymarkedly an orthopedic surgeon Immediately for should see age b or band cut distinc twn between those who believe in ve n t for a principle and those who believe that praying an preaching for a principle Is sufficient But quite largely the criticism of the church mix r By JOSEPH VAN RAALTE YORK July 29General Rafael Nogales is a ii little sunburnt weatherbeaten chap with the heart ot a wildcat and the manners of a field He was ua a general in the Turkish army durin the r ha army World war has been a soldier of fortunTfor 2 THE MYTH OF FREE AND EQUAL ANY persons are handicapped with the thot that thing as human equality in this world No matter what the learned Thomas TVTOrP aTirtitf1 nil t t UjCQ he But in reality there is no equality You are not good M the next man until you have done fought under seven flags and loves to sit in the Newspaper Glub and h i lies that ebb and flow ia those hal lowed precincts twentyfour hours anrt nisht the and a bunch of scribes attended the midnight performance of a Broad Nfarby sat a sixfoot length of noise who an noyed everyone within earshot with inane wisecracks Nogales looked sharply at the disturber several and HEAR DOCTOR PETERS For several years while h h wlllclne on the boardwalk when I have sJen a Peters Adventures A Dally Bedtime Story By MRS FLORENCE SMITH VINCENT WHIZ BOSSES PETER IT WAS impossible for Dawdler to keep still for very K at a ttmeNovv a11 Past he bustled tiTinltlg wounded bees giving them first aid with his tiny splints and bandages The poor bees were so grateful that they caressed his coat with their long tongues as he bent over them Whizz wanted to help the workers carry away the bodies of the bees who had lost their lives defending the hive but Peter wouldnt let him See here old fellow said the bov let your place You have a broken winged tt4 ittle Inquiry of my own two mem bers of Chief Aderbolts police force were indicted under circumstances that seemed to me highly signifi cant in connection with the Aderholt tragedy itself The Indictments were not returned at Gastonia but at the neighboring county seat of Charlotte pHARLOTTB is in Mecklenburg county Gastonia in Gaston The Catawba river which marks the boundary between the two coun les is spanned by various bridges As the grand jury at Charlotte heard the story from several wit nesses Policemen Arthur J Roach and W Tom Gilbert of Gastonia crossed one of these bridges in a state of drunkenness and disorder on the afternoon of June 7 fell foul of Pedro Melton a resident on the Mecklenburg side chased him into the river and amused themselves by peppering him with pistol shots every time he stuck his head above the water Presently RuralPolicemeuJohnH Irvine and Henry MoaJey of Meck enburg county arrived on the scene and according to the testimony be ore the grand jury disarmed Roacu and Gilbert permitting Melton to and unperforated and would have arrested the Gastonians had tho rtecltlenburger consented to pre fer charges against them This for reasons of his own the latter did not care to do so Irvine and Mosley imply shooed the visitors back nto their home And a few hours later that same night both policemen suffered serious gunshot wounds as follow ers of Chief Aderholt during the clash at Gastonia textile strike headquarters in which the chief ost hia life course Roach and Gilbert were only indicted not convicted i EfXer ddven to Jump Into the Catawba river and thek i f I lf that was exactly what Meltons dis missal of the Incident as not worth an arrest seems rather too for bearing to be natural unless he hsmself had something to conceal Nevertheless it Is hard to view the affair as otherwise than unusu al assuming that the charge against the two Gastonia officers Is to be re garded as anything but straight fic tion And It is more than pure gossip having taken the definite shape of a formal Indictment Even as an accusation and noth ing stronger it raises the question whether Chief Aderholfg force was not at least in part in an irrespon sible mood and extraordinarily rock less with firearms not much earlier fa w6 tlme of lts fatal to strike headquarters In the Gastonia suburb of Loray AT all events it would appear that those Gastonians who feel tha most strongly against the accused 15 would think they had something decidedly material to answer In the Mecklenburg county grand jurys indictment of two of their principal witnesses Roach and Gilbert emphatically fall within that classification They were in the thick of the en counter with the strikers as wit ness the fact that they were shot The curious feature of tho situa tion is that Gastonian antistrike sentiment evidently regards the Charlotte grand jurys action as or so especial importance in its rela tion to the Loray tragedy True they do dispute the Indict ments justification But what of it anyway is their attitude Aderholt1 was killed There la no argument about that If Fred Beal and Vera Bush and Amy Schechter and Sophie Melvin and the rest had not come here to stir up trouble in Gastoniaa mills he would be alive today A communist conspiracy was re sponsible for his death What da details matter Another dispatch will follow In tho next Issue OTHER EDITORS Several times the boy bumped into a bee and once e stepped upon a workers foot but the bee didnt act a bit cross about it and only said Why certainlv air when Peter politely begged their pardon did everybody work that in no time at out If The bees v hi3 own taslc baUle Peter noticed several of those who had flown o sadly to die vitb the Queen coming back They ecogmzed him too and called him dear brother in and part away Dn Jnur kindly feth Umn in is becoming pretty well known the sunshine is to babies and does irritate the of h adul much the gentleman who was imitation of a noi the owl car told tl to deserve thatclasslfication Anybody who think something A PROSPERITY BAROMETER HE first half of 1929 saw all records broken forward in au to the of driving an automobile has one with which 300 per cent satisfied C he Is INCREASING LIFE SPAN average life span wil be unimportant even that will be t x SMKES s anas 11 ytissues s hey passed by Waa wondering whether he would slip and all on the wax if he tried to catch up beside Whlyz te cane 6r tapped blm on the back with Oltfsp0rt the ude I think you have earned a good square meal m sure I have and I am ready for It too 1 can t ou How do you feel about it T tetrutl1 sald Peter I am nearly starved I really dont believe that I have ever been so humrry SJf avent a thing tell fine he ha Wag it growing dimmer inside the hive Peter time is bovnnT coy suddenly turning1 to Dawdler the same as avoided any of burn and should be had a good hygienic pro advice should be of value EARLIER DAYS JULY 29 1909 POEMS THAT LIVE ian in Princess MAESIAS SONG From Farewell to Robert Greene 15601S03 Sweet are the thots that savor of content f mnd is richer than a crown1 bweet are the nltrhta In careless slumber spent Fortunes angry frown Mayo to that rest no pride nor care some of The Congregation would be interest vestment of 12nooo Thp mar The man that greet with country music best mirth and m A minH f S a Of hliss A mind content both crown and kingdo A brass band to attract a battery four and per M VB Prfachers launch the gospel and the com for able seals in the Airdrome on Fourth and Main f he the unque method adopted by tho t Congregational Presyterian and Christian churches and perhaps the Methodist during the month of August The management of the Airdrome has kind ly agreed to allow the churches the use of the Airdrome y that time and as much longer as may be desired and the final sanction to the move was made last evening thpTvm bcgan yesterday repainting n he yards on the outside Later they will do some reburnlshing on the inside TT ORk sign with a piano finish was placed today in the window of the Mason City Loan and Trust company It is a large oak piank beautifully ave sttid to be the most piece the CiLy the next door wuhp he Sgn WaS placcd ln with the city ordinance of tnis yesterday purchased the James Watts farm lying northwest of Clear Lake for CARBONATED AMERICANISM Detroit Free Press The Amer can Bottlers of Carbonated Beve ages are circulating a volume of ap proximately a hundred page against additional tariff protectlo for the domestic sugar industry They call it What Price Sugar a title that aptly fits its melodrama tic contents Within its covers thev have assembled all the editorial bal lyhoo they could capture to sup port further depressing American agriculture by sending American money abroad to strengthen its rivals already advantaged by cheap labor The failure of the American Bot tlers to bring to the support of their case anything but the old and time and time again exploded argu ments against adequately protect ing the American beet sugar Indus try may be taken as prima facie proof that there is nothing new to be said nn the subject All that is old stuff ns old as the shriek emitted by the sugar monopolists when they first saw their strangle hold on the domestic market threat ened by the development of a do mestlc supply We owe the Cubans nothingThey owe us for their independence and a good deal more Yet within the year their president has told us as frankly as he dared to rescind the Platt amendment and get out of Cuba The idea that we arc ob ligated to support Cuban farmers at the expense of our own would be ludicrous If It were seriously ad vanced As a matter of fact it is advanced merely as a screen for the even less noble proposition that the sugar schedule should be written for the benefit of American planters abroad whose vision of this country and Its needs is no larger than their own pocketbooks and who are fighting Anerican beet with cheap labor working under worse conditions than those against wh ch American labor leaders pro mrrhn aCrV le flrm consista of acres and the purchase price was Claus Mouers livingthree solt farm of ISO acres for plr pr acre This shows what good land will he worth In this led the The Damonigou ladies enjoyed themselves yes terday evening at Clear Lake where they were a couple of v f t or storlw hgh on the sito of the Alonzo Wilson property Car l L old Sings dismantled and removed in The foundation work ne thP nnf street front ing the postoffice are practically In The excavation for the basements is under only apart o the buHmnrr o thrin the north skfel of the lots no basements have been provided The American Bottlers are sun pnrtlng the Cuban sugar interests irom the same noble motive that In spired softdrink corporations to finance prohibition organizations n by In and publish books against protecting American industry but they can contemplate the possibility of hav ng to divert an infinitesimal frac 0f to the support the competition mpeo of American capital working with fn TIIK PRICK OF WHEAT Humplon Chronicle Those Kan sas wheat raisers can now kick themselves for having Brookhart help them get cars two weeks ago to ship out their bumper crops They received about eighty or nine ty cents a bushel for it then but now they can gnt about in the hicago pit The northern wheat rowers only hope It will stay up until they get a chance at the si 50 price later In the season when they harvest their crops THE SPLIT INFTNITIVJE Terre Haute Ind Tribune 16 llberately split an infinitive is a tning that many writers would evade split infinitives is their purpose at all times but it is not easy to consist ently avoid tho supposed error in grammar for the split infinitiva f i try to thrust tself Into sentences where it is not ivanted as if to Intentionally trick HMnffmAnd t0 spot a plit infinitive requires a keener eye han most proofreaders have So it ometlmes appears In the very best iterary company even in the writ ngs of those who are disposed to trongly condemn It and It cannot 6 denied that to ruthlessly weed 0lId wca wcake the emphasis it places in some passages PEOPLES PULPIT lason ir I EFFORT WAS PREMATURE MASON CITY July City GlobeGazette Deal read in last nights paper I had gone on my vacation nd would be gone for a week nagine my surprise when I woke P this morning to find r was still n bed in Mason City and had to vork today and tomorrow before I ft And now how am I going to et paid for this work because the mekeeper no doubt reads your apcr and he will say Hella bells e dont pay no guy if he Is on hia acation for working Saturday an1 unday So you can readily sea hat 1 am in a heck of a fix Before I do go there are two or iree Items I forgot to tell you in mv aturday column Due of them is iat E w Wilkinson the world reatest automobile mechanic says will only be a shirt time now 1 people will be demanding their read be buttered as well as sliced nd Jlmmie McLaughlln who hae ay fever says if some non stop guy ants a companion about the first r August hK will be glad to go up tlh him ana stay until frost Well I must close and get readv 3r my vacation that your paper ys I am now on Oh say did you hear the slorv iout the guy who soaked his wife hile she was ironing Tho judge him why he hit her while she as ironing and the man said Well cJge you know we have always cn taught to strike while the lion hot Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha relty good eh Oh all right then Hoping you are tne same T PIPE ONEMINUTE PULPIT The Lord is known by the Judgment which he executeth the wicked Is snared in the work of his hands The wicked shall be turned Into hell and all the nations that forget ix 1617   

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