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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 8, 1929, Mason City, Iowa A LM Byadtoa Newspaper by OOPTX QUJBEiQAZETTB COMPANX Ot Telephone NM 27 28 and 28 WZLJUF HAJLi Managing Editor IjQQMXB Business Manager WEMBEB OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS litf Aksioclated Press isexclukveJy enUUedto the ilfor publication of all news dispatcher credited to not otherwise credited In this paper and also all I news published herein 8OBSCBDPT10N BATES i per week Oqtoida irf Mason City and Clear Lake per year by carrieri per weeltby carrier 16 uy per year by mall 400 3 months Jl36 1 month 60 lutalde lOOmtte zone daily per year 600 f months 3ffi 3 months v ntered PostofUce at Mason City Iowa as Second Class Matter mouth poorly when the heart niur VOLTAIRE i iuri C JffHE PART STRESEMANN PLAYED death of Gustav Streaemann ia not much less f than DaVid Lloyd George British liberal leader it when he declared it a disaster to the peace t Kurope TheGerman foreignminister has been much question the outstanding statesman o atwar Europe and thie very hopeful movement better understanding with which he has been ated in the last few years are bound tq suffe Jjbin the loss of his understanding discernment and generous ability ia compromise and friendliness lTti Stresemann more than to any other man in ope goes the credit for the recovery of Germany ad the closing of the wounds left by the World war fi allGerman statesmen Stresemann alone had tin of allaying French mistrust He was the mov spirit of every advance toward understanding tha since the war His was the inspiration the tocarno agreement and of all that haa followed way of international reapproachment prescribed outlaw among the i a few years recovered forher her rightful placeas jjne tof the greatpowers of the world He dldit not by or bitterness but by demonstrating German igneos to play fair come clean and carry her re jibiHttesThe whole atmosphere of Europe jed by his clearsighted policy to the great bene i o I the allies no less than of Germany SS iresemanus great friend and coworker has been now premier of France The two each other and tho each defended the of his own country they were able to take sune viewpointupon matters of general European fcteifpfc Briandtamed the aggressive militarism of while Stresemann was able to heck pie vengeful soreness of the German junkers them they had the hereditary hostility of MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTK vestment all the year thru But If there were no char ity no plly in our hearts for the sick the hungry the distressed the community chest could justify itself merely as a business proposition There ishowever charity and there is the will to give to those less fortunate than ourselves Nothing Bhouldprevent Mason City from making wholehearted response this week as we plunge into this critical campaign which decides whether we carry on the present system of solicita tion along with some 400 other progressive American cities or drop back to the old plan of endless cam paigns and duplicated effort and expense Write your question plainly and briefly Give full name and address and Inclose 2 cents In coin or stamps for return postage The reply is sent direct to the inquirer Address the GlobeGazette Infor mation Bureau Frederic J Baskin Director Wash ington P C THE OLD HOME TOWN By Stanley dt problemsof final reparationssettiementthe itioaof the Rhlnelahd the creation of the fepr nsbank etc are coming upGermany has lost ildlng hand of a man who could putthe past be ilm and look steadily toward the future ere Js as yet no word out Of Germany as to manns successor There seems to be no one oughfor his shoes He far butshodowed the rest 5 cabinet In intelligence and ability even the Hpr being shadowed by his effectiveness It is Uyto be hoped that his successor will be a man ame way of thot as Herr Stresemann A junket rresaive nationalist put in the place of power at uncture might set back reconciliation for ten In the next six months And unfortunately manns death comes during a crisis of domestic Is said to have been hastened by the 1 of his own party to make a compromise on M affairs which Stresemanri ardently wished in domestic politics are as tricky and hard to itand as our own or any other Plenty of Ger havethotthat Streaemann was too yielding in tlon It may very well be that a different type Ign minister may succeed alas lay wreck his work for reconstruction as ef ly as Lincolns policy for reconciliation with uth was destroyed after his assassination Eu and the world including the United at a crisis with Stresemanns death GREET THEM WITH A SMILE KEneed be no apologetic attitude in the hearts Masn community chest workers as they t to canvass their territory for the funds which to make up the goal of the campaign year The of maintaining the even or is upon everybody not upon the few without exception are giving liberally their means and in addition giving generously of neir time Let those who are approached for pledges Vthe fund realize this fact and greet them in tWt of recognition of the service which they Irformirig a are Q Is wrestling permlttJEd In boxing E C O A It is not permitted As late as the eighteenth and first half of the nineteenth centuries wrestling formed an important part of boxing contests Q How does the meat packing industry of Europe compare with that of the United States 1 C S A It is not comparable There areno big centers that it the industry is decentralized The number 01 cattle killed in the United States in 1928 was esti matedto be 21000000 head The number in Europe was Germany 8000000 head France 5600000 head Great Britain 3500000 Netherlands 1000000V The number of hogs killed in 1928 was United States 76 500000 Germany 23700000 Great Britain 6700000 France 6500000 Denmark 5300000 The industry in Denmark is the nearest approach in centralized slaughtering to that of America due to its large exporl business in bacon Q How old is Arthur Brisbane G J A He willbe 65 his next birthday Q Was Henry VIII married when he ascend ed the throne N T A He married Catherine of Aragon after his fathers death but before he was crowned Catherine was the widow of Henrys older brother Arthur Q In Longfellows day what was the fash ionable dinner hour In Boston R A D A It was served about 2 oclock Q Who discovered sex differences In plants Jjt E A Camerarius is credited with the discovery In theseventeenth century Q How wide is the Bosporus 2 G L A It varies 1800 feet at its middle section to about two miles near its northern end It is 18 miles long and over 100 feet deep The currents are awift and dangerous Q What Is the average depreciation for frame dwellings compared with brick M A f nVrVey show3 averaBe depreciation for frame dwellings of 173 compared with 126 for brick In dollars and cents the actual amount of money loss Same dUe t0 hlher CC3t tne brlck Q Where should blackboards be placed In a schoolroom D R shouldDe on the front wall and the wall to the right The rear of the room should he free from be a better chance alirfef quota Ipreaeut his credentials id Ican consul to whom he applies for his vise In dozen the first P manufactured in laid In flSfc par3uet floor in America was laid Jefferson at Char Cation 1117 Nov BOBROADWAY By JOSEPH VAN RAALTE JUST IN TIME rr PETERSON CAME AUOMQ BY THE CIDER MILL OUST fN FRANK TANNERS BARRet op Sundown Stories By MABV GBAHAfll BONNER BIG PLANS THE Little Black Clock was very happy and he was full of plans and ideas Ive turned the time back this time the Little Black Clock said and were going to see something which started all sorts of big things Watch John and Peggy and the Little Black Clock found hemselves In a room in which a man was watching a kettle boiling on the stove Is he going to have some tea Peggy asked If he is I dont see why he doesnt take the kettle off now The water certainly is boiling enough does he Watch it like tliat John asked anyway it doesnt prove what my mother says Whats that asked the Little Black Clock My mother says that a watched potnever boils That kettle Is being watched and it certainly Is boil ng John answered j Hes not interested in tea or anything just now t except that boiling rather the boiling water and the way it is behaving in that kettle What a funny thing to watch John said Then the boiling water began to lift the lid of the tettle Up and down went the lid and the man seemed o very very happy can do it I know I can the man was saying p himself He had not noticed John Nor had he no Nor had he notced the Little Black Clock Weir wait and see some his experiments I can Diet and Health By Lulu Hum M D Addttsi Inquiries to Dr Peters care and cncloie stamped selfaddressed envelope Sign your name as evidence of good faili Send 10 cents in coin if you wish Reducing lnd oamtng Pamphlet ACID WRECKS COMPLEXION DOCTOR Please write something on how to have a smooth clear complexion L UEW YORK Oct 8It wasnt so long ago that as trologers hounded by the police were blinking behind curtains of smelly back arlors To smelly back parlors Today Evan F i sthe towus official star gazer occupies SU ic and asks those who oH1 t the 3Pneres for 20 min clients number bankers brokers juctees edl clergymen playwrights and novelistsmen and ttloat whose emotions arent t addled when it comes to essentials The Was one of the Deat of e Starry Smock He never thot of nEv venture without up Evangellne Adama and finding out lt Btands unto this day to witness if M Mavor Genlal James lljNo merchant ever sold a more worthy product ii 4iuii wuiLuv prouuct Ifa these solicitors are laying before the Mason City uVjic this week Its a gllttdged Investment in char iBir and welfare that our townspeople are making realize more and more What vital needs Jim organizations answer to protecting the health citys children They know how much provision e hommunity chest makesfor charactermoulding fnd supervised use of leisure time They know that Rrgdly thru the health service carried on the post health conditions of Mason City have been iptlit a distinctly higherlevel than in the past Mlaon City employers know their business is di ctljhaffected by the social conditions In the city Js Important to know that family rehabilitation is going on quietly behind scenes thatthere are forces pntlnhally ready to stretch out a helping hand to the San vjhom sickness misfortune or poverty has pushed ingejoualy close to the hall Thjje parents the employers and the have been receiving dividends on this in print 16 trU6r tte the more Phoney It looks In ofn a FIorida hurricane took its ln Miaml for otaer but that an ix the time all right even if it takes some little while aid the Little Black Clock So they watched and saw the man use a piston which moved as the kettle lid had moved by means of steam and they saw a wheel turning around at the On first impression you would think thatthis question ought to go to a beauty column but in reality it is a very appropriate one for a health column for the condition of the skin is a good barometer of the general condition Altho I will say that there are apparent exceptions For instance at times a very fair akin and beautiful color may exist heart disease and not infrequent ly an acned skin looking like old satan himself may apparently be accomplished by very good health Then there may be external Irri tants that will cause eczema even withoutany radical derangement of the rest of the body So the skin at least In some cases rrrrrr seems to be an organ that goes on HUNT its own quite a bit However in the fifiiu M O majority the skin works very inti mately with the other organs and the whole system in general and even in the type of eczema due to ex ternal Irritants and in acne there frequently Is some thing wrong with the diet so that there is some dis turbance of the blood and other tissues as well as the Wants Law Against Criminal Syndicalism Congressman Free of California Takes Lead in Fight Against Proletarian Organizations By CHARLES P STEWART ASHINQTON Oct cannot be pun for thlnk a lawyer Congressman Ar thur M Free of San Jose Gal admits cause even tho their thots may be illegal How queries the Cali fornian unans werably could any prosecutor prove it beyond a reasonable doubt Therefore the character Anticommunistic legisla tion west of the Rockies is under standable to combat such tenden cies But in Washington The capital is no industrial center A soviet would seem hardly possible to scrape together in the District oi Columbia from the very lack of raw r e p r e 3 entative from the golden west does not propose the penaliza tion of unexpressed communistic celebration in the District of Colum bia Only when the lawless thinker gives some tangible demonstration of his mental proccesses would the Pacific coast legislator slam him in to the penitentiary not that he does not consider the mere harbor ragof radical ideas deserving of a long term on the rock pile only there is no way of introducing them in evidence THE kind of thinking which Kep A resentative Free takes so much exception to is known Jn California as criminal syndicalism There the one to years The representative announces that he intends to offer a bill in congress next winter for a similar law in Washington The California statute has been considerably panned in a good many of them not par ticularly exaggerated hysterical an infringement on free speech and a free press and other vise a relic of the dark ages is constitutional anyway There lave been convictions under it and hey stuck It has been tested CALIFORNIA to be sure has had a lot of trouble organizations of t proletarian pretty ultra The pnly reds a handful of the enough to muster a mob between the Maryland line and the Potomac THE intelligentsia replied representative are the dan gerous element But it is to Washington that tha redleaders gravitate from all parts or the country Here they stage their demon strations with printed matter and banners to attract attention This is the point from which they distribute their propaganda The city Is full of their clubs where they hatch sentiment against our government and our social and economical struc At present there Js no law under which we can catch fo menters of revolution IF It is as bad as I never would have rich haul can be made under tha California anticriminal syndicalism law transplanted here It prohibits Any act or the aiding or abetting of anyactcalculated to effect a change in industrial ownership or control or any political change The advocacy or teaching of any doctrine or precept to such an end Any conduct the employment of any words spoken or written or i publication editing circulation or display of any print ed matter in Justification or en couragement of the forbidden prin ciples The organization of any society or even membership in any society SlD beU H d i d n i is THAT ought to be broad enough would to do much proselvtlnir under such a law COUM think to Its hearts con tent however OTHER EDITORS IlEEDS VISIT 10 MASON CITST Homestead Governor Clvde ansas nnri Reed Kansas a group 6 same time What in the world are we seeing John asked T nvention of the first steam engine ex claimed the Little Black Clock And the man you have been watching is James Watt EARLIER DAYS OCT 8 1909 The executive committee of the district fair met this afternoon to check up the accounts of the recent show and to lay plans for the future By Saturday or at the latest by Monday the premiums will be ready for the public Howard Knesel left for Iowa City this morning to attend the big football game between the State uni versity team and the Cornell college team The pros pects at least from the words of the prophets are that the Methodists will go home with thescalps tonight The Rev LeRoy Cooley returned yesterday from Traer where he has been attending the convention of the Presbyterian church for the past few days The Rev Mr Kennan a brother of Dr R of the local Baptist church lefttoday for the west enroute to India where he will take up work left off some months ago as a medical missionary Mr Kennan the city for a few days for a visit with his brother He hasspent several years in India Recently he has been in his old home In Michigan Fred Marsh left this morning for Mitchell S Dak where he will be on business for a few days Miss Fern Shannon has position as saleslady at the Woolworth store and has accepted H E Francisco left yesterday for northern Minne sota where he will look after land interests to Over 500 people gathered Tuesday at the county farm participate in the farmers county picnic to hear the speeches and to listen tofhe technical talks on corn by Professor HoMen and Professor Snyder both of Ames who were present The crowd was larger than really expected and the character oi the day made the event a delightful outing The picnic dinner was served on the lawn at the farm residence The visitors provided an ample lunch from baskets and Mr i and Mrs J P McQuire the former superintendent of the farm dished out the hot coffee and the rich country The annual meeting of the guarantors of the Cerro Gordo county short course will be held at the assembly room of the courthouse onWednesday Oct 13 This meeting Iscalled for the purpose of disposing of some business and will immediately follow the North Iowa fair association meeting which is called for oclock that day The committee on the course this year is F A Mahannah E F Cornell W E Gildner W S Wllcox and E W Taylor who has been the BTucst of his bro nerc B Savage for the past two weeks left yes erday for his home In Rockford 111 colleagues frbra state were guestsat a recent con ference at Mason City which thev attended In the capacity of invest gators of Iowa agricultural condi tions In his address Governor Reed told the audience that he had come to Iowa to make a study of the ag ricultural system of northern Iowa 1U me InvleiY of recommending the adop majorlty the skin works very inti1tlon of some of the practices of Iowa farming to improve agricul tural conditions in his own state of the Interestingpoints of his speech was the fact that he took t for granted In fact was abso lutely convinced that Iowa meth ods were superior to those In Kan sas and that Iowa farmers were making more oftheir opportunities skin In many coses of bad skins there is what we know as a general acidosis and that favors infections and derangements of all sorts This condition can be caused by eating too freely of acidforming breads cereals pastries flesh foods and taking a very small proportion of the alkaliforming general fruits vegetables milk and so that there is a preponderance of tha acidash foods This not only causes an acidosis but favors putrefaction and constipation Frequently sufferers of skin dis orders will be relieved when they reverse their dietary plan Exercise is another factor that is frequently neglect ed by those suffering from poor skins Exercise helps the skin to function better asit does all the organs including the Intestines The exercises of the trunk muscles are especially valuable and so Is brisk walk ing A good way to use rouge is to secrete It three or four miles away and walk every day to it before applying Daily stimulation of the skin by air and sunshine and scrubbing with soap and water help to keen it in good condition So if you want a good clear complexion practice all of the known hygienic habits for then you will also have better health and good health and good complex ion usually go together Isuggest you send for our articles on Balanced Diet Acne and the Tummy Ten for more points on this question Follow column rules T AM very much annoyed by the formation of a drop A of water at the end of my nose I am frequently unconscious of this until I see someone looking intently at me It Is really very embarrassing What can I do to overcome this condition MISS P It may be that there is a chronic irritation of the mucous membrane of the nose so that there Js a con stant watery secretion Miss P And evidently there must be some anesthesia or lack of sensitiveness there so that your noseknows not You should go to a phy sician who specializes in the nose throat and ear In the meantime evidently you must get Into the habit of applying a handkerchief frequently How about your general health RS J A P You requested ithe pamphlet on Re duclng and Gaining and you inclosed lOc in coin but did not send a selfaddressed stamped envelope nor did you give your address Please read column rules carefully and try again POEMS THAT LIVE LOVES Lonn Edwnrrt Dowdcn 18431918 When weight of all the garnered years Bows me and praise must find relief In harvestsong and smiles and tears Twist In the band that binds my sheaf Thou known Unknown dark radiant sea In whom we live In whom we move My spirit must lose itself in Thee Crying a Light Love than those in his home state I am called upon to do consid erable traveling about the United States and I find that among farm ers generally there is a profound respect for the good old state of Iowa and a general feeling that con dit ons here are better than at home This may be due In some part to the old failing of regarding the grass in the other fellows pasture as greener and more succulent than that in your own However I have seen nothing during the present year to indicate to me that agricul ture is in any better condition any where in the United States than it is in Iowa I have always had a feeling of optimism in regard to Iowa agricul ture and that feeling la becoming intensified during the last year or two Iowa conditions are improving slowly but steadily They still leave something to be desired but the farmer who is able to weather the storms of the last 10 years and who winds uo in possession of an Iowa farm will have a real asset I believe for the future serted that ihen hate to W wom en smoke The fact lamen ways recalled ENOUGH TO GET BV Eockforrt Register A fact that many a boy in his teens needs to sense more than he does Js that success in the years ahead does not come as a rule as a matter of luck or chance but Js very directly connected or hooked up with per sistent intelligent and energetic ef fort during the formative years And yet in the face of this manifest fact all too many boys and sqme iris are mainly on the lookout for tne easy job and they seem bent on tasks out of the way with as fttJe expenditure of thot and en ergy as possible In other words their motto years seems for these formative to be to do Just SMOKING AND WOMEN Toledo News When the Chicago Womans club moved Into a million and a halfdollar property a battle began between the modern and less modern on the question of smoking Oldfashioned members ob jected to havlnnr ash travs us a part of the ecmlpment Others wer startled and annoyed by blue A member of fortv years standing says There ought to be one fine club that does not countenance smokingand I do not believe the best clement In the rlub armroves of the vicious habit Smnkinr lowers Ihe tone of the cluh T hnte to ses a woman smnke and I am sure men ff it morn Perhios the smokers In the Chi cago Womans club object to the larlvs definition nf th best ele ment Asa matter of fact old fashioned folks of thorn at least Many jrrfiatsrrand mas and somfl grandmas smokivl a rne The writer has Knen old wo men In the mountains of thR south nines And thcv belong to th elpnient In the necUon On thn nther hand tht ob1ectnr rjih may have been close to the truth when aha as enough to get by and in all too many instances they barely do this Now It is well for young people chlefjy young men to sense the Jlaln fact that employers of labor hose who have the dispensing of obs really worth not im ressed by this anaemic attitude ol doing enough to just get by AS YOST SEES IT Union Signnl More drinking among college students than ever before is there Why take the worii of the Association Against the Pro hibition Amendment for that state ment Rather put It up to Fielding Yost the famous coach of Mlchi an University and see what he has to say about It This is the way he answers If you should take away five hundred of the eleven thousand stu dents on the University of Michi gan campus a bootlegger couldnt find a sale for a quart of liquor in a month My observation is that col lege student drinking is confined to a few smart alecks and the upper crust and is done mostly on special occasions such as parties MAGNUS JOHNSON AGAIN Palo Alto Reporter It Is reported from Minneapolis that Magnus John son well known farmerlabor poli tician in the state of Minnesota will run for the senatorshlp again Per haps Minnesota likes Johnson He may or may not be a benefit to the state when he represents it at Wash ington D C But one ofthe biggest blows ever Inflicted upon Minnesota was the political killing of J A O Pruess when Johnson badly defeat ed him for the senatorship a num ber of years ago ONEMINUTE PULPIT When a wicked man dieth his Expectation shall perish And the hope of unjust men perlsheth The righteous is delivered out of trouble and the wicked com cth In his 11 7 8
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