Mason City Globe Gazette, September 10, 1929, Page 3

Mason City Globe Gazette

September 10, 1929

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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 10, 1929, Mason City, Iowa A Lee Syndicate newspaper p East Day AKernpon by the COMPANV St Telephone Nos 27 28 and 29 WILL F MUSE Editor W EARL HALL LEE P LOOms MEMBER OF THE ASEJOOIATED PRESS The Associated Press ts exclusively entitled to the v use for publication of all news dispatches credited to ItV ilL f not credited In this paper and also all W ncal news published herein v SUBSCRIPTION RATES Dally per year S7 im Dally p7rweek I 15 Outside of Mason City and Clear Lake Bally per year by carrier 17 oo Dally per week by carrier 15 Daily per year by mail tou 6 months 3 months 1 month eu Outside 100 mile zone daily per year6 OU 6 months 5325 3 months Entered at the PostofSice at Mason City Iowa as Second Class Matter MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE A GLANCE AT NEW YORK mHB human family is a large per haps just a huge disorganized group Take one spot where a particularly large lot of membersof the human family have gathered together In New York a childIs born each four minutes Nine million per sons scramble daily for subway seats Fourteen per sonsare married each hour On the average fo a year 23 new buildings are put up each day and six torn down New Yorkers and their guests eat 7OOU000 eggs a day And how the human family struggling along in this small area loves amusement There are 800 theaters in New York Snowden doesnt propose to be snowed in or snowed under 4 When you see a man In distress recognize him J as a f j BRIANDS PROPOSAL rpRUE to his international ideal Premier Briand oi France has proposed to the league of nations the creation of a United States federation of all the European nations for political economic and military purposes A meeting to listen to M Briands detailed plan of such a federation is now under way Itis a tremendous plan and probably some day will be adopted ic essentials But there is agreat deal of spade work to be done before it is accomplished So far it Is in the same zone of pious wishes as in ternational total ba in dorsed in principle but impossible to accomplish In practice except by slow degrees AT Briand his proposal is not aimed against the interests of the United States of America Nevertheless it is a defensive proposal the need for which is made acute by the rapid rise of American world supremacy The heartof the scheme when all Is said is the destructionof the tariff barriers which divide Europe into small protected markets and make International trade neighbors difficult and expensive The fortyeight states of the United States many of them as large as the larger European couri ries trading among themselves without obstacle have created the finest market in the world The lesson is not lost on Europe Harder to arrange than a customs that will bea moat difficult be Briands What do you need to know Submit your quesj lion to Frederic J Haskln director our Wash ington information bureau He is employed to help you Address your inquiry to tho GlobeGazette In formation Bureau Frederic J Haskin Director Washington D O and incloso 3 cents in coin or stamps for return postage proposal for a joint army ana navy to keep the peace and enforce league of nations decisions To poof the millary forces of the world as M Briand sees the plan will mean that each nation must surrender so much ofits sovereignty as is involved In enforcing its own Interests when they run counter to those of a neighbor it is but common sense Practically It is impossible INSURGENTS QPEN out of Washington state that the radical senate republicans are going to be active in seeking to block the confirmation of Alexander Legga as chairman and of Samuel R McKelvie as wheat representative on the federal farm board The insurgent groups objection to both of these men probably is that they have done something If they had merely sat back ohr their haunches and barked at the in competition to or in cooper ation with the Blaines and the their quali fication for office would have been demonstrated In the final analysis it is probably a compliment to these two board members that they have been singled out for opposition by the radicals Its a bit unfortunate for the country that men of ability chosen by the agricultural interests they are supposed to have to be set upon by the pack But that seems to be a part of the game and doubtless Chair man Legge and Mr McKelvie understand that part It of It EMPRINGHAM TURNS PESSIMIST rpHE REV DR JAMES EMPRINGHAM used to be pastor of a fashionable city church Later he was executive for the AntiSaloon league Later he was an antiprohibitionist Later he conducted a school for health education He has been having troubles of one kind and another Now he writes a letter to Biahop Manning Episcopal bishop of New York and says I am more than ever convinced that Chris tianity as interpreted by men of your school ia not only a preposterous lie but a hindrance and a curse to humanity productive of untold misery and for example your UnChrls i agalnat the divorce and remarriage of mismated couples If this cams from aomebody who hadnt been professional zcene shifter most jihis life the view might bs regarded with considerable alarm Perhaps there is something in whet Is charged But the fact that its Mr Emprlngham doing the charging serves to discount It appreciably Q AVhich has more surfaced roads Tennessee or Georgia C H W A Tennessee 3555 miles Georgia 2664 miles Q What Is the poiver of the microscope used to sec the germ of tuberculosis J J s A It has a magnification of 1200 Q Where do circuses get their lions find ALargely from menageries and zoos and the chief supply is from stock bred and raised Jn captivity m the United States J Q Will you please tell me what I can do to keep lime from gathering on tho bottom and coat ing of the Inside of my new teakctllo V T A To remove the furry deposit from the inside of a kettle fill with water add a large spoonful of sal ammoniac and bring to a boil Empty the kettle and let It stand over the fire until very hot when the fur will peel off Afterwards fill with water containing sal soda boil and rinse thoroly To prevent this in the future place an oyster shell in the bottom of the kettle and the lime will collect on the shell instead of the kettle Q When the word mesdames is used as tho plural of nmflani how Is It pronounced D F A The French pronunciation is used It is pro nounced as if spelled ma dam the first a having tho long sound the secpnd a short sound the accent fall ing almost equally OR each syllable Q How many Boy Scouts went to the conven tion in England B E S A About SOOOO from 42 nations Q Can a nion pick 500 pounds of cotton in one day L C S A While 500 pounds of seed cotton have been picked m one day by one man the average is a great Q How many of the original mantels are In use in tho white house M I A Two of the original mantels are still in use Q How much heat is lost by using gold or aluminum paint on radiators E K A The bureau of standards says that It is demon strated that about 20 per cent of the heat 6f radia tors is lost if they are painted with gold or silver aluminum paint It recommends a lightcolored ordi nary house paint Q When did theRed Cross gain public recog nition the nations agent for taking care of people In disasters and emergencies R E R A It was at the time of the hurricane at Corpus ChristI Texas in 1919 that states citfes and organi zations generally sent the funds collected for relief to the Red Cross for distribution and administration Q Docs Ice remain nt one temperature or does it vary with the nir D C A A It varies according to the surrounding air It may be just a little below the freezing point or it mav be much colder J Q Where Is the original Toscanelti map tliat Columbus used during his voyage HI M existence of the original Toscanelll THE OLD HOME TOWN By Stanley MARSHAL OTBY WALKED HAD 4UST REPORTED TO THE AT HE COUUP HANDLE THE MID SUMMER HANDED BY WITH HIS PUP CICERIO Howell Annapolis Grad Favors Naval Reduction Nebraska Senator Thinks U S Should Take Chance for Sake of Peace in Naval Game Diet and Health By Lulu Hum Peitti M A j1 Sign name as evidence j t ot le original Toscanelll map is doubted at the present time Some authorities claim mat such a map was never given to Columbus Q Why Is Gershwins Rhapsody in Blue called a rhapsody I W A Henry Osgood in So This Is Jazz says trershwin purposely chose the title Rhapsody to leave himself unhampered by the rules of musical form a rhapsody being musically speaking a free forall catchascatchcan affair It is interesting to nate that notwithstanding this ho fell into a regular form for the composition tho played without pause has the regulation three movements of the concerto for solo instrument and moderately paced opening allegro a slow section and a brie t T tl10 value ot the Poultry business of the United States P N Tfhe Poutry Itera says the raising of poultry doHa consided billion A BIG CITYS children are back in the schools part of the great national army of seekers after knowledge Last year the total population of school age was 302064621 Of these 24741468 wore In public schools tha remainder were in prlvae parochial and prepara tory institutions The average dally attendance was 19855881 or 81 per cent Teachers numbered 814169 and their salaries amounted to approximately half of the 52016812685 spent on the school system There are at present 16291 consolidated schools 161531 oneroom schools and 78282 school buildings of combined character a total of 256104 If education Isnt the biggest business inAmerica It can at least be said to be the most important No stale county or city need ever apologize for the size of its expenditure on education if it spends with hon esty and a modicum of intelligence If theres anything more trying than a neighbor with late radio hours its one who turns It on In the early morning and tlirects the loud speaker at an open ivlndow BOBROADWAY By JOSEPH VAN RAALTE MEW YORK Sept This Is the time of year when n the outoftown buyers Invade tha metropolis Of course the buyers dont actually figure It out so that they arrive here when the theaters are again bursting into bloom and the Big Town is snapping out of its summer flannels for the workaday raiment of au tumn It just happens that way thats all MEW YORKS Chinatown Is grouped in a radius of A four blocks contiguous to tho start of the Bowery In this labyrinth of crazy little streets three thou sand gentle yellow pirates as Kipling calls em pursue their domestic social and commercial activities They are permanent residents there who have invested heavily in real estate in their own neighborhood and seldom invade other parts of town They are perfectly happy in their own little redandblue tinted arcand u in their rickey is the sporadic u of the lumbering sightseeing bus with its cargo of jjsgleeyed tourists fa The average Chinese falls heavily for the teleohone are ChineSG phone lutings aTd the on the instruments is constant Little borly chats talks about the weather rhrht fh day An esPccaly usy time is right after the Chinese theater breaks arnnnrf UDU1 3 friends on the r e oclock in gossip about the liars Its a ySr sweet LESS FOOD NEEDED DURING ILLNESS HEAR DOCTOR Is it a fact that after removal of tha ovaries women gain rapidly in weight I or 28 since my operation I K does not seem na tural to gam so but I feel quite well Also I have conflicting answers given me by doctors as to the possibility of my having children now One said that I could not and another that I could Onehalf of the left ovary was left Please let me hear from you on both these questions I am in closing 10 cents and selfaddressed stamped envelopefor the pamphlet on reducing MRS H I have maintained for years that simply overeating for tho needs was the cause of overweight and that glandular disturbance would not cause accompanied by beingproved by hospital observation King patients with glandular disturbance that I am right So Mrs H the reason you gained after your operation was not because of the removal of most of the ovarian tissues You probably felt that you needed a nourishing diet to build yourself up and ate more than you needed Then you continued to overeat You forgot that your physical activities were lessened and you needed less food rather than more It is a very common experience to gain after an illness or operation for these reasons For instance I have a friend who used to be very much overweight She had Petersizca aiid was down to normal After her reduction she changed her work so that she had a lot of walking to do and I was astounded at the amount she could eat without gaining Recently she miured her knen sn Vinr tn m Peters Adventures A Daily Bedtime Storv By BIHS FLORENCE SMITH VINCENT AN OLD FRIENDS BROTHER TJURRAH cried Peter after one long look at the 11 hopskipjumping stranger You are Mr Cricket and one of your brothers was a very great friend of mine at home I am a boy you know and the other Mr Cricket lives on our hearth Every night when the logs were blazing he used Lo come out of his hole changed his tune I was never afraid to stay alone m the dark as long as he was around Some nights my father and mother would leave me at home and K0 to spend the evening at a neighbors As soon as they Mr Grickct and his song iiir be of my longlost brother chirped he I always wondered what became of him Jje settled down and became a family man did ie II say so said Peter He has the finest wife and a large family of children so Ive been told altho I never saw Mr and Mrs Cricket believed that children should be heard but not seen and kept them e knee so shc had to up her occupation C ij She did not change her dietary habits after she stopped her walking and she has gained 10 pounds already However she has seen the light and has stopped eat ing so much She realizes now that the reason she could cat so generously before was that she wa it up by the large amount of walking she did After the youngsters were in bed and Mrs Cricket would hop out to join Mr Cricket rrinv f3 Ulrm would give a Mother said Crickets on the Hearth brot good luck to the family they chose to make their home with Well well isnt that interesting My wife will c to be told the R f ho nitv a the he v e shy when first she meets anyonef shell soon get over it and once she takes a fancy to a 1C niC fVi nvn1 is his friend want you to meet a friend of wif f Cricket confided to Peter Wife s real name is Cheero because she is always But il i3 a ionS name so I call her Ghee Again Mr Cricket lifted his voice and called Hurry up wife Where are you By CHARLES P STEWART ASHINGTON Sept tor Robert B Howell of Ne braska Is the on ly Annapolis graduate In the upper house o congress It follows thai he is a mighty influential mem ber of the nava affairs commit tee Meaning not tthe slightest dls respect to the other members he knows more about navies than all of them together However put far be it from the Nebraskan to say no On the contrary it is possible to discuss sea power with him indefi nitely without discovering that he ever trod a manowars quarter deck as a that the extent of his practical informa tion concerning fighting vessels soon becomes pretty noticeable ANYWAY this corn belt lawmak about as far inland as It Is practicable to get in the United one of the best informed persona between Sandy Hook and the Farallones on tions all naval ques Naturally he must have listened with keen interest to President Hoo vers talk with Premier Ramsay MacDonald relative to an Anglo American armament limitation agreement True ho denies parently thinks It might be inter preted as eavesdropping Nevertheless I noticed that he seemed very familiar with every de tail of the negotiations thus far COMB senators freely express them selves as extremely fearful that Uncle Sam will be euchred ns a final result of the naval game in progress between Washington and London The Nebraskan is not greatly worried Old world diplomacy generally makes ours look foolish he admit ed but I hardly see how It can do so in the present instance Our last naval bargain was struck at a time when it was neces sary for us if anyone to make sac A bargain today would force Britain to cut down to bur level or cave us free to build up to which certainly would not be re duction but might be limitation1 rvOES It seem likely that Britain ever will scrap any of her still serviceable America Perhaps not answered the sen ator but maybe it would be worth our while to accept her promise not to replace a certain proportion of these vessels as they wear she should make such an offer To be sure John Bull would thus continue to hold his lead over us for a few more years but that probably would not greatly matter It will ba quite awhilebefore any of the 1814 1918 belligerents will sufficiently have recovered from the last wars stomachache to risk starting anoth ef one Besides we Americans are best disposed of all the nations to take a chance for the sake of the world peace TJINTS come from London of some plan to Juggle tonnage reckon ings so as to give actual naval su periority to Britain while soothing American feelings by according to the United States a fictitious pa per equality I stand for parity snld the sena tor promptly parity not on parjer alone That Is I stand for genuine ton ortoh AngloAmerican parity as a permanent o s H 1 b 1 y without prjeudlce to an arrangement permitting to Britain a reasonable period of time to reduce to our pro portions instead of requiring her to reduce immediately or necessitating a building program on our part to overtake her DUT senator I suggested you y have mentioned that our di plomacy Is rather guileless Is there no danger that an unequal standard of measurement might be put acrosson It It surely would be revealed in the senate returned the Nebras kan By Senator Howell In stance There are senators I am aware he continued who take as their motto Ours not to reason why ours always to support the adminis tration But not all of yond a reasonable amount of team work I do not believe a treaty with so unfair a clause in it could be ratified A ND then with both sidea disap rt pointed would not the situation be worse than ever No better I think said the Omaha legislator A basis would have been fur nished for negotiations Involving pure guesswork Diplomacy less would have at least what it could not accoraplUh and could go ahead intelligently to evolve something sensible Or the United states can stand condition as long as Great Brit OTHER EDITORS Yes pregnancy can take place only part of an ovary is left if the fallopian tubes arc not removed Those who need instructions on how to lose or gain weight may have our pamphlet on the subject We also have a pamphlet on the Hygiene of Women which will be helpful See column rules for obtaining them DECENTLY I read your article about applying to mato juice to inflamed eyes I am troubled with IV this much and wonder if column just how to use it you would write in the MRS W You evidently have mixed my column with some other column Mrs W or else you have mlslnterpret T i Jdd never said that tomato juice could bif PPil e IocaUv to the eyes I have said many times that the mucous membranesincluding that of the eyes are profoundly affectedby diets deficient in vitamins and that certain Inflammation of the be brot on by the deficiency of vit amin A Tomatoes are high in all of the vitamins and I recommend their liberal application to the mucous membranes of the stomach but not locally to the eyes We have an article on Common Eye Troubles and one on the BalancedDIetwhich you may have POEMS THAT LIVE gROADWAYS newest clothing hop is constructed where dUnf English manor wnere on display 13 there evidence of the kinri nf there Goods are brot out only on rc Of the hal1 at HBtfield House England done In oak and chestnut a I More and more they buy the clothes for FBATERNITY John Banister Tab 18451009 I know not but in every leaf That sprangto life along with me Were written all the joy and grief Thenceforth my fata to be The wind that whispered to the earth The bird that sang Its earliest lay The flower that blossomed at my My kinsmen all were they Ay but for fellowship with these I had not might not be Nor they but vagrant melodies Till harmonized by me EARLIER DAYS SEPT 10 1000 W L Patton and a number of members of ihe fair CTim ivrer I1 Nora Springs Friday where they visited the Market Day festivity which was very suc cessful and did some advertising for the fair here Nora Springs is interested and the people expect to be here The Market Day waa successful A couple of freight cars kicked by a switch engine for a flying switch tried to a freight train on the Milwaukee off the track at the Mason City junction at noon today with the result that four or five cars were knocked into the ditch minus their trucks followed by a general mlxup The train on the Milwaukee was leaving the yards northbound at the time the switch crew at the junction were switching some cars on to a Bluing Mrs M L Urdangen and children left Thursday afternoon for Grlnnell where they will visit relatives n T from where they will go to Musca Inni and IsJand gone about three weeks Mr and Mrs Tracy Stevens returned Friday eve ning from a two weeks honeymoon spent in Minne apohs and St Paul While gone they also enjoyed tArPtitI Lake Minnetonka going as far as Wayzata hnm thfy are stavlne at the J H Stevens home on Washington street but expect to be in their own home on Mama street the first of next week CharliE Glanvllle who has been spending the past t Clarion arrived home yesterday afternoon than 100 horses are entered for the district Cvents here on SePt Program fn ogram for the racing events covers the four days of the fair the first days schedule being as good as the last The purses range from for the pny race to WOO for The cntrlos unn is this week in Klemme Hanfortl MacNIder arrived home Thursday from Europe where he has spent the summer with a college chum doing the continent on a motorcycle His re th wfts on the Crown Princess Cc neat P16 line Another distin passenger aboard the steamer was Anna Held Janford will visit here until Sept 28 when he returns to Harvard to resume his studies Jemrns Jhe of the week was cool and cloudy with last follr days gave an nd sunshine with light showers on Saturday The cool cloudy and damp weather dur ing the forepart of the week checked the rapid matur rymg u of the cornbut the neeled moisture the late holds PLAGIARISM ALU2GED Sioux City Journal Vincent Lan erom Paris composer of the Sym hony in C Minor has alleged that Ramona one of the most cete rated song hits In recent years vas lifted from his work in other vords that Mabel Wayne is guilty f plagiarism Wherefore M Lan eroin asks the courts to give him he entire profits from Ramona aid to be some Ths next that the sut has hecn filed will be employment of that fa miliar American phrase try and get it Which altho holdingtho interest at the time Is not to sug gest that M Landeroin has not a perfectly good case before the law In music however it is certain that innumerable pieces have had something in them that was original somewhere else Note combinations are limitless of course even if there is confinement to the octave so it might be possible for every piece of music to be entirelly different from all other compositions That couJd be If at the time of composing ones memory could be trusted as a guide for avoidance of airs and motifs al ready employed Bu in Rlngllng elroju no that wo shall no longer have the spring vitit of that dazzling company to look forward to It would be hard to overestimate 1 that haa ed the Garden In popular imagi nation Without It the big show house is a place where prize fights hockey matches and sixday bicycle races succeed each other in rapid and vhat businesaHke fashion it it was a place of romance a place where once a year you took your children a place that was aomehow associated with what was innocent and naive in recrea tion which association carried to Its other activities words it affection In other lnsPlred there Is hound to bu tho thing that lingers One hears an air even a composer and years afterward It may return without ex act knowledge of a former exper ience It would seem thata com poser would find himself In difficul ties because of this However M Landeroin appears to believe Ra mona his own composition noto If that can b8 auts tiated he may have a clear cose HOW POPULAR IS ED Eagle Grove Eagle Ed Campbell of the eleventh district is the most popular congressman from Iowa And why Because tie had the gumption to vote against his party in the house on the tariff and is not spending his time telling why he voted CJty Free manJournal All a politician has to do to niaLu himself popular with the Freeman Journal is to betray some principle o tho republican party And if he only uses the republican party for election purposes md then betrays ail its principles and cooperates en tirely with its political enemies he uch onelegged republi Hunter whither he will the claim of Campmells popu tnT lon The FT JaehH a lot of being party Cyf0r the NO MORE KINOLING New York World The Madison off for another month Some of the curly ia now Garden of course ought to reported ng befng safe from front but most of it will now lts need 10 clays to I wo wepks of warm ripenin weathci i to be entirely out of danger olsc ifl impossible not better than nny Now It will be interesting to soa what we see The SellsFloto circus is promised together with the Hagcnbach animal show and Tom Ylth a prlze fight In on Friday nights and perhaps these hZ H on the other hand perhaps not The Ringllne circus is a favorite with New fork showj and can take Its place Ts a HOW IT HAPPENED IsvlUn CourierJournal After years away a New Y locate an old friend found him out in tha suburbs t0 MOV Oh it was gradual I moved five times before I got away out tried to and finally here HIS USUAL METHOD Washington Star What are you going to do about farm relief I shall apply my usual method said Senator Sorghum Im going to stand around and sea what hap pens and then Jf anybody ia genu inely pleased try to claim p share of the WET ORATORY Wichita Eagle Mra Willebramlt says that there is a terrible lot of drinking in the national capltol This makes the flood of oratory wetter PULPIT Let your conversation be with out covetousneas and be con tent with such things as ye have for he hath such things as ya have for he hath said I will never leave thee nor forsake thee J So that we may boldly say the Lord is my helper and T will not fear what man shall do 1 t wuni nmn snn ci n of regret that it I unto meHebrews xiil 5 5 ended its relations with I ;

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