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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 6, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                SEPTEMBERS MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE THREE OKig A Lea Syndicate Newspaper Issued Every Week Day Afternoon by the MASON OITV GLOBEGAZETTE OOMPANlf 121123 East State fit Telephone Noa 27 28 and 2H WULL F W EARL HALLManaging Editor LEE PLOOMIS Business Manager MESEBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tha Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for publication of all news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited In this paper and also all local news published herein SUBSCRIPTION RATES Dally per year700 Dally per Outside ot Mason City and Clear Lake Daily per year by carrier Dally per week by carrier Daily per year by mail 6 months 5225 3 months 1 month Outside 100 mile zone daily per year 6 months 3 months 5175 400 60 600 Entered at the Postofflice at Mason City Iowa as Second Class Matter IF THERE WERE A TARIFF fa WHITER la a current magazine aaks the question What if the liquor being smuggled across into the United States from Canada were an article on which there is a high tariff Who believes that Sec retary Mellon of the treasury department would not exercise greater zeal in stopping the flow than he ever did as the chief of prohibition enforcement AIR BUSINESS GROWS reports imports by airplane In one year to taled more than a million dollars This Is double the amount of the year before Planes come from South America Mexico Florida and Haiti If you have any doubt as to whether flying has passed the fad and novelty stage just notice little items like this that are tucked away in the cornersof newspapers or government reports There Is a divinity within our breast 1900 AGAINST 1929 FRANK E OHARA Chicago professor of English bids us turn and remember what we were in 1900 He says todays students are brighter than their par ents Try to think back and recall what you knew about men and events and the world when you were a youngster and then consider what your young man or young woman knows today Professor OHara says One of the most significant changes in the modern student is the broadening of his back ground of general information The interests of members of the football squad used to be confined almost exclusively to athletics and to the concrete and prosaic facts which they learned in their classrooms But almost any college football player mow can tell you about ONeill Shaw symphony music Lorado Taft or any other prominent figure in any of the arts The class of 1929 is inclined to be more frank liberal and tolerant than their predecessors of 1900 Personal Interest in literature the drama and fine music 13 respected A student who was an enthusiast In any branch of the arts used to be regarded on the campus as a freak Students ase suspicious of traditions taboos and precedents inquiring spirit may ap proach cynicism but are anxious to obtain ungarnlshed Information Perhaps Mr OHara is right But one wonders the Increased knowledge which he credits to the col legian of today isnt in fact merely a larger slock of loose information that will do neither him nor any body else good COLLEGES NOT CUREALLS THE past thirty years college attendance in creased sixfold But the tide is changing In the Reason of 192728 the increase was only two pSicent sJbjjer the year before In 192829 the Increasewas one per cent The great increase ofa few years was ono of the striking results of a new and more widely distributed prosperity The increasing fashion of today however Is to question more and mora close ly just what education Is and just how best to get It A chance at college Is worth while and youngmen and women should be encouraged to take that chance and to work for the opportunity but a college educa tion is not a cureall It does not provide success does not even insure a good mind SCHACKLING BRAINS WHEN brains are put in chains by the government the government is on the way out No matter what temporary success Mussolini may be having In running Italy according to his system when he de crees that no teacher shall teach in the higher schools of Italy unless he advocates what the government tells him to the dictator is on the way to his final fall For that matter he was on his way to the gate when he decided on censorship for newspapers When professors cannot follow the truth find the truth as best they may and transmit it to others thej ere not real teachers When the socalled truth is pu In their mouths by an autocratic government human progress is at a standstill Travelers back from Italy say the trains run on time and praise the dictator Thats a shallow con elusion This service is free Failure to make use of It deprives you of benefits to which you are entitled Your obligation is only 2 cents in coin or stamps Inclosed wltli your inquiry for direct reply Address the GlobeGazette Information Bureau Frederic J Haskin Director Washington D C Q Is there an airplane timetable S A P A One of the most tangible evidences of the way the American public is taking to the air is the folder Issued by the Aviation Consolidated Ticket office of Vew York CityThis is a timetable which bears the itle Consolidated Schedules and Fares for Air Pas engers via Commercial Air Transport Lines Operat ng on Regular Schedules in the United States and to foreign Countries It contains a list of the stations r cities served a total of 150 airports from Abilene exas to Youngstown Ohio representing a geographi al spread from Seattle Wash to Camaguey Cuba nd from Boston to Bakerafield Cal Q Is there any estimate of the number of people who patronize beauty parlors M W H A Sixty million women and children patronized American beauty parlors in 1928 each spending ap proximately 650 or a total of It re quired 170000 men and women includingthe output of eveal hundred beautyculture schools to serve them Q Con you glvo the origin of tho picture of a dog listening to tho talkingnutcliltie c C V A The idea was originally conceived by an Eng ish artist named Francis Bearaud who appeared at the offices of the Gramophone company Ltd of Lon don with a finely executed oil painting Q How much did St Peters church in Borne cost J H A It is impossible even to estimate it This church which is probably the largest church edifice in the vorld has been centuries in the building and the ques lon of money cost has not entered into the matter at all Millions have been spent both for the structure and for the decorations Q When was the friction match Invented J McC A In 1827 by John Walker of Durham England Q Which Is the oldest running race track In the United States R K A At Lexington Ky Q Why do most fire engines have the right hand drive G E A Because In driving down streets all the fire flugs are drivers right sideand hecan see them readily and stop to a better advantage Then too this leaves sufficient room for some onto sit In the same seat on the left side to be free to make sig nals In traffic Fire apparatus usually makes more righthand turns than lefthand ones Q Why are afterdinnertoasts and toastmas ters so called C F A The custom of drinking to health and success to undertakings at banquets dates back to the invasion of the Romans The word toast appears to have origi nated from the practice of putting bits of toast In the wine the guest partakingof such a sippet with the draught of wine as soon as the felicitation had passed the lips THE OLD HOME TOWN By Stanley HOLD ITJOE I RUN HOME SET MY INSTRUCTION BOOK BRING ME A HEAVY HAMMER WANT TO PUT THIS OUT OF ITS HE MTTkE UAouT ERNIE VJON BY OVTT A PITZZLE MONTHW HAY SLIPPED OUT OF His HAND TODAYVNHEN He ATTEMPTED To CRANK IT Senate G O P Radicals May Soon Feel Moses Ax Election of Regular Republican to Succeed Iowas Dan Steck Among Chairmans Worries Diet and Health By Lulu Hum M D Address inquiries to Dr Peters cacc GlobeGazette and enclose stlfaddrcsscd envelops Sign your name as evidence of good faith Send 10 cents in coin if you wish Reducing and Gaining Pamphlet PROTEIN DEFICIENCY HARMS HEALTH DOCTOR Some years ago I had inflamma tion of the kidneys and my doctor cut out all the flesh foods from my diet and I have continued to do this ever since But I find I am losing weight and getting anemic Do you suppose I ought to have some flesh foods now J HUNT PETERS M D You may not need flesh foods J but you probably do need more of the element that is high in flesh cient of the element means a lack of sufficient of the element to repair your tissues and to furnish growth of the new blood cells And of course in the young all the tissues The public is pretty well aware now that a deficiency of the min eral iron and of the vitamins leads to disease but it is not sufficiently aware that a deficiency of protein BOBROADWAY i By JOSEPH VAN RAALTE YORK Sept The talkies have crashed the gates of Sing Sing and a life termer who used to be a projectionist has picked himself off a new job A prisoner who is almost blind will hear the dia log thru head phones and another who is deaf wont know that the old style movies have gone out Head phones have been wired into each cell in such a man ner that the listener may cut in either on radio or dialog from the screen In reply to adverse criticism on the score of pam pering his charges Warden Lawes replies by direct ing attention to the fact proper diversion is the most healthful and helpful cooperation that can be given prisoners Far from pampering the men he adds It is expected that the movies will redirect their minds into more normal channels THESE are the days when the advertising pages of also leads to disease Because the protein wastes are by the kidneys it is customary to limit them markedly in kidney disease but in chronic cases it is imperative that the patient gets sufficient for his needs else the kidneys and tha other organs will not be able to repair themselves I may add parenthetically that there arc certain types of kidney disease that Improve on a lib eral protein intake The minimum of protein needed is estimated to be one and onehalf calories per pound of normal body weight so your normal weight is or should be 150 lounds you should have 225 calories of protein at cast daily Ill give you a list of the protein content of various oods so you can check Up on yourself PROTEIN CALORIES IN 100CALORIE PORTIONS the New York papers are cluttered with wild dis SAVING BOYS FROM CRIME per cent of todays crimes are committed by youths under 20 says the New York police com missioner Commissioner Whalen was horn on the lower East Bide in New York He knowa the handicaps of thou Eonds of boys When the time comes for the club and the hand cuffs it Is too late he says He would have the police aid in welfn among children Here Is a smart manahead of his now have bee Bread 1 full slice thick whole wheat highest12 to 16 Cooked cereals 1 small cup oatmeal highest 10 to 18 lice 1 small cup 10 Jacaronl 1 small cup15 Vhole milk 5 ounces 20 Skimmed or buttermilk 10 ounces 35 Cheese cottage 6 level tablespoonfuls ounces 75 Cheese American cream Swiss etc approx imately 1 ounce25 Eggs 1 13 38 Meat or fish very lean 2 to 3 ounces50 to 75 plays of the new autumn mode in femininie headgear by Agnes and Marie and Alphonsine and the rest of the fictitious French crew popularized by the adjective sllngers for the delectation of the Great American Dumb Bell The new autumn mode In feminie headgear isnt far enough removed from the new mode of last spring or last winter to tell the difference In contour work general lack of idea the hats arc identical with the times tro American girl of her free and unencumbered es HOLY TO MOSLEMS AND JEWS rpHE Wailing Wall of Jerusalem center of a con i troversy which has resulted In riots and massacres la sacred to the Orthodox Jews as a remnant of Solomons temple but the Mohammedans as well who consider it a part of a retaining wall surround ing the Mosque of Omar The Caliph AbdelMalek built the mosque on the site of Solomons temple Each religion resents the other at the wall Historians declare Solomons temple was completely destroyed and that the wall is a fragment of Herods temple of nearly 1000 years later date THE BOY SOLDIER KANSAS CITY veteran of the Civil war enlisted when he was 10 years old as a drummer boy Even at that he is 77 The Grand Army passes on ind out They are not forgotten We must not ever tet them think that A If Senator Frazters plan to do away with war merely by passing a national statute to the effect that it is outlawed is put into operation and works there ought surely to be a fine field for similar laws against fires bank robbers saxophones and other calamities headgear is concerned the frayed and worn tradition tate in loveliness So far as womens Parisian standard is a There are thousands of American workers who can inject more stylo and character into Miladys Lid than any snaileating worker of the boulevards ever dreamed of Twentyfive years ago it was different but since then women have freed themselves of their silken vel vet and lacy cumberances and with it the tyranny or the bonnet builders of Gay Paree with their eager eyes of gam French women and American women are natural contraries and the American girls new sartorial dis pensation merely emphasizes this temperamental dis parity Some of these days an American Chapeait Archi tect with a little bit of vision is going to stick hlf bald bean above the horizon stress the superiority of American ideas and workmanship in the female ha building line and then Glory Be THE next time you arc tempted to laugh in mingled mirth and pity at the latest humorous man ifestation of the thrift of the Scotch balance your emo tions by recallingthe fact that in New York City the charity bureaus welfare centers settlement houses and kindred organizations are not called upon to sum mon Scotchmen to the front desk for hand outs Scotch thrift at times may he trying but its a beautiful thing in these days of indiscriminate spend ing to think that at least theres one land under the sun where they instil the precept that a man owes it to his friends to be solvent OF FOODS Calorics of Protein Peters Ad ventures A Daily Bodtlmo Story By MRS FLORENCE SMITH VINCENT 1 UNCLE DOES HIS TRICK THE WalkingSticks dropped to the ground and 1 gravely shook feelers with their uncle The new comer was quite different from his niece and nephew for he had beautiful green wings attached to his brown body and his legs were brown too As Uncle stood be side his kinsfolk he held up his front legs in what looked like an attitude of devotion Peter thot the fellow was praying and didnt want to interrupt him altho there were several questions he wished to ask But suddenly a fly buzzed along Quick as a streak of lightning Uncle Praying Mantis threw out hia long arms and caught the fly Holding it in frontof him In the trap of his spiked Jogs he began to eat the poor fly in much the same manner as boy would eat an apple Have a bite he coolly asked Peter Theres m use in my asking the WalkingSticks they cat nothing but leaves poor things Peter was disgusted with th old fellow and didnt think him a bit goodlooking any more He felt sorry for the fly but he liked the Walk ingSticks and didnt want to hurt their feelings so In refused politely and said Then you werent praying after all Uncle laughed Certainly I was praying for food That is tin Praying Mantis little trick for catching their clinne without much work We look so harmless no one snis pects us and all the stupid insects fly straight int our open arms Why only last week a cousin of mine an ugly clmp with whom I always quarreled didn look where he was going and well I shall never quar rel with him any more Youre a regular cannibal declared the horrific Petei Whats that asked Uncle Praying Mantis A wicked creature that eats human flesh ex plained Peter Then I am not a cannibal for I dine only on in sects ha ha Uncle Praying Mantis laughed long and loud at his own joke Peter lost his temper By CHARLES P STEWART ASHINGTON Sept George H Moses New Hamp plans to get rid of G O P radicalism in the house of Doubt less he would like to get rid of all radicalism How O P radicalism irks especially O P faith himself he strong respon sibility for it In his own party Moreover as Is true of all politi cal regulars Ir egularity on the part of those who e considers ought always to be on is side makes him madder which fficially is against him The New Englander is chairman f the Republican senatorial cam laign committee His job is to do is best toward helping as many G 3 P senatorial candidates as possl le to win in next years elections Vhlle he is about it he is said to eel that it would be a good Idea not only to help republicans but to elp the right kind of republicans meaninghis anti adicals bound reactionaries as the progres sives call them determination of Senator Moses is believed on Capitol HII o explain the early start the sena or has made on his campaign ac Ivities Next election day is more than a year distant The senator need hardly bestir ilmself for another eight or ten months if that were his sole auxietv It evidently is not he must con sider the nominations also These will begin early next spring the various states dates for their respective primaries It is not too soon to begin cultivat ing the polltcal soil for them al ready THIS Nebraska situation cotispicu ously illustrates Senator Moses problem Senator George W Norris repre senting the Cornhuskcr state in the upper branch the national legis lature will automatically probably forever for ha is grow ing March 1931 unless he ii reelected the preceding November To refer to Uncle George ax i thorn in the G O P senate regu lars side would be all too mild i comparison a whole spool of barbed wire would be an apter simile If renominated Senator Mosei can scarcely fight suppose he can be beaten for the renomina tloa Any other republican wouli suit the G O P regulars any democrat for that matter bu they could nto afford to say so will Uncle George once nominated The time to squelch him if at all It In the primaries RADICAL republican nomination need to be guarded against in several other states For There a successor Is to be chosen to Senator Daniel F Steck acciden tally elected democrat The new sen ator will be a republican certainly merciful he should be anythinglike Iowas other republican senator Smith W bad as Senator Nor ris except that he did not entirely break away from the G O P and support Al Smith In 1928 as Uncle George did THE only question is How popular is Senator Moses interference likely to be In the corn he tries to stick his nose into the primaries In such states as lown may be Minnesota Oklahoma and else where In the east it may not be so risky In Massachusetts where ex Gov Alvan T Fuller Is said to Senator Frederick H Gilletta toga idea over which the G O P regulars seem about as enthusiastic aa they are for Senator Norris re nomination in Nebraska Possibly the Massachusetts voters will ba willing to listen to Senator as a fellow New Englander V TTHE transMIssisslpp folk are dif i ferent Let tho Old Granite connubiator attempt to butt into their primaries and they are liable to choose just the candidate he likes least simply to spite him Nevertheless the senator left for their section of the country a few days ago to look the ground over George H Moses is a very smart man but more than once he has be trayed a lack of acqaiutance with western psychology By next sum mer mayhap he will understand it better OTHER EDITORS Nuts peanuts highest Beans 13 cup average 10 to 20 20 reen peas cup average28 Corn 13 cup average12 Onions 3 to 4 medium 12 Potatoes 1 medium12 Tomatoes 1 pound15 Freshfruits berries currants rhubarb about 1 cup10 Others 1 medium apple orange pear etc 2 to 7 We have an article on Balanced Diet which you may be interested in J It also gives a list of books on dietics somo of which you should have We also have a new pamphlet on Kidney and Bladder Disorder which takes up the Diet in Kidney Disease which wil help you Send stamped envelopes and 10 cents in coin for cost of printing1 j EARLIER DAYS SEPT 6 1901 Within a few weeks a dozen or more families will become residents of Mason City coming here from Albert Lea incident to the removal oC tho branch office of the International Harvester company from that place to this city The immensity of the Inter national Harvester company is not generally under stood It is capitalized for 5120000000 and has 28000 men in its employ The big auto car owned by W E Brice blow out a tire on the road fromClear Lake yesterday The car had run 4017 miles with the present set of tires with out an accident to them W G C Bagley is using his roadster today to move from Clear Lake to his home in Mason City or account of the opening of school A new tire was placed on his car this morning Charles GImwille left for Clarion this afternoon with the new Mason auto recently purchased by J M Snyder of Rockwell ft traveling man and will run the machine for a month or more while calling upon thej SENATOB BROOKHART HAD BUSY SUMMER Washington Iowa Daily Journal Senator S W Brookhart who is here for a couple of days enroute to Washington where the senate con venes has had a busy summer For R few weeks he was filling speaking dates on the Chautauqua platform and in other public meetings in New York state and in Vermont and he enjoyed the experience Many of nis engagements were debate engagements in which he de fended his proposal to make tha farm debenture idea a part of the pending tariff bill in congress He la proposing a simplified method of idministeringthe debenture plan In he event of its passage a plan which would eliminate he believes he danger of speculators absorbing the debenture Senator Brookhart is of the opin ion that tho debenture idea will be made a part of the tariff bill and that it will pass He feels that it is entirely practical and right and that it will be of impelling influence in stabilizing farm prices and in hold ingthem at a level in harmony with other industrial incomes As for prohibition its enforce ment and the other things inciden tal to that great question Senator Brookhart feels that there has been a marked improvement in conditions during the past few months The trend is toward law observance now much more than at any previous time since the passage of the pro hibition amendment The enforce ment machinery is better organizer and is working in a much more practical way Traveling thru New York state he had a splendid chance to study the temperance question there and he HAVE YOUR AUTO INSPECTED Dubuquo Telegraph Herald The importance of having the family automobile inspected frequently for mechanical defects is a thing manv car owners overlook They take it for granted that things are safe and sometimes discover hat something is wrong only when causes disaster The Baltimore Automobile club and the police of that city recently stopped and inspected as many automobiles aa they could lay Iheiv hands on Of 193354 cars Inspected they found more than 31000 that needed brake adjustments in order to bo perfectly safe Eight thousand had unsuspected defects In the steering gear and nearly 40000 needed adjustments of lights These may be considered small matters but they arc just the sort of thing that can catise unavoidable accidents Having a mechanic check the operation of your car every so often is essential to safe driving If that practice became general thruout the country there might bi a really noticeable reduction in th alarming number of ntitomobo fatalities POEMS THAT LIVE THREE SHADOWS Dun to G Rossetti 18281883 I looked and saw your eyes in the shadow of your hair As a traveler Bees the stream in the shadow of the wood And I Bald My faint heart sighs ah me to linger there To drink deep and to dream in that sweet solitude I looked and saw As a seeker sees stream And I said Ah me what art should win the immortal prize Whose want must make life cold and Heaven John Hammill will each give 15 minute talks hollow dream I looked and saw your love in the shadow of your heart As a diver sees the pearl in the shadow of the sea And I murmured not above my breath but all Ah you can love true girl and is your love for finds men and women high in New York politics affirming that the cause is firmer established in York now than ever before and Unit the example of the administration is having a tremendous effect so cially That example is impressing itself strongly in Washington too Where heretofore certain import ant semiprivate social affairs were little more than somewhat digni fied debauches they are now bone dry and much better therefore Concerning state affairs the sen ator believes that the state income tax Issue will be the dominant one in the next election He Is in favor of n state income tax in favor o the persons paying the taxes who have the incomes who mnkc the money In favor of relieving the overtaxed personal property some means that will be fair and equitable to all The senator leaves tomorrow eve ning for Washington to be on nan at the opening of the senate Tues day His family are already cstab i lished at home after a summe lion yesterday with a banquet at the Woodman hall I spent in this city and in the fa and a dance last evening All the Tivcs and west Senator Brookhart is looking of the local artisans were present r id one of tho best well and he admits that his blood PATIENCE IS A VIRTUE Philadelphia Slur A rather unus ual man once said to the writer I et most of my mall He on my desk 0 days unanswered After that time generally find little of It needs to be answered This habit is not wlth iut its drawbacks but there Is some hinp in it Most of the things thai worry us are really trivial If we md the patience to go slowly to let them wait to hold our tongue io many things would settle them selves so many things we argue about and even quarrel about vvould lisappear if left alone trade Jack Frost was visible to a slight extent Sunday morning in this part of the state and tho the damage as reported is little if any it was a close enough call to remind the wage earner that it is time ha was be ginning to save hia summer wages Reports from the country indicate that no damage was done The ends of the leaves of corn were nipped and tomatoes and some other garden products show signs of the pres ence of the playful lack but beyond that he did no harm The weather man now predicts several weeks of good weather which will rapidly mature the corn Mason City people should plan to attend the fair the full five dayc It is a small thingto do but it will mean much towards the fairs success Your presence and your gate money will both count The Home Pro ducts tent at the fair will house all of Mason City wholesome and manufacturing interests The tent will be 60x150 feet Space is being alloted now Be sure you are In it The Dairy day program at tlie fair wi bo held in the Home Products Commirl jsloner Wright President Barney of the State I association Professor Van Pelt of Waterloo and Sen Mr and Mrs O E Warficld and children returned today from a pleasant weeks visit at Minneapolis The bricklayers finished the Labor day celebra 1 times yet enjoyed pressure is normal ONEMINUTE PULPIT j They that sit in the gate speak against me and I was the songj of the drunkards i But as for me my prayer Is unto thee O Lord in nn accept able time O God in the multM tude of thy mercy hear me in the j truth of thy i Ixix 32 13 BETTER THAN BUOOKHART Sheldon Sun What has he ac complished in congress His record thus far is nil It is time that the people were waking up and elect ing a man who can creditably repre sent Iowa the greatest agricultural state in the union Surely there are better men in this commonwealth than Wilciman Brookhart He has succeeded in giving Iowa a black eye and is not deserving of further consideration Away with him   

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