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Burlington Gazette (Newspaper) - April 23, 1923, Burlington, Iowa The Burlington Gazette monday april 23, 1923. The Burlington Gazette published daily by the Burlington Gazette company at j Burlington Kotaras at tha Posto tics at Burlington Iowa As second class subscription Kates. i year. $7,80 2.60 6 months. 3.90 1.30 3 months. 1.95 .50 i week. La rippling rhymes by Walt Mason. Copyright by George Matthew Adams. Daily by mail i daily by mail. By Carrier la Iowa. Illinois outside Iowa ii a in sad Missouri. 1 Nois. Missouri i Burlington. I Yser Moo i Yser. 6 months., 2.10 6 months. 3 months. 1.1013 months. I month40 i month. Member of the associated press the associated press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of All news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published therein. All rights of republication of special dispatches Here Are also reserved. The people will decide. Former president Wilson and democrats Kjeu rally can afford to complacently View the tempest that is raging1 in tile Republican Camp Over the question of president Harding s adv Cator of it. S. Representation in the International court of the a Ciagne of nations. Much stress is Laid on the allegation that the Republican landslide of 1920 was due to the objection of the american people to this country becoming a working element in the league of nations and participant in the Versailles treaty. There is nothing to show that the people of the nation were Adverse to this program. The results of the election were due to various causes principal among which the perfect Day. Til is seems to me a perfect Day a Day beyond compare although the skies Are Bleak and Gray and Dank and raw the air for i have got a volume Ray i a pipe an easy chair. The water Falls with ghastly thud upon the window pane i see men toiling in the mud and a cussing As they Strain the rivulets becomes a flood a wide morass the Plain. The rooster is too tired to Crow and will be till he a dry the seasick cattle sadly Low. Their backs humped Throe feet High the landscape is a scene of woe beneath a weeping sky. But i have found a gorgeous Book that tells of Blooming maids of Noble knights in arms who Cook menus geese in Sylvan Glades who cry a gods fish and eke Gadzo oks and ply their gleaming Blades. And All the sordid things of Earth have vanished from my Ken in a joining in the minstrels mirth in a in the wizards Den i walk with Dames of queenly birth and list to fighting men. So let the rail Roll Down the Waves and lash itself to foam and if the Man who a in it grieves he should have stayed at Home and read a tale of warlike thieves of Helm and Hal dome. So let the rain be charged with Hail the hailstones the interloper by Berton Braley. Herbs a Good Chance for a lot of excitement you be got it All planned what you do with your life How singly you la plunge in the heat of the strife without being Quot hampered or bound by a wife a and wrest your Success from the midst of the throng and then then a girl Cornea along a girl comes along and your heart sings a song. Without her you feel that the world would go wrong you i know How it is when a girl comes along you be wanted to travel to Rove and to roam by Mountain and Valley and Over the foam without any family waiting at Home and marriage you think to Quot a Chain and a thong a and then then a girl comes along a girl comes along of her magic is Strong and you la Settle Down with the Home keeping throng for that show it is when a girl comes along you re sore and discouraged you re Down on your Luck. You be lost All your Pep and your vim and your Pluck the crowd seem to trample you deep in the muck you cannot stand up at the Clang of the Gong and then then a girl comes along a girl comes along just a girl from the throng and courage comes Back to you vibrant and Strong. You Rise up again a Man among men for that How it is when a girl comes along copyright 1923, n. E. A. Service inc looking backwards wan a wave of pro German sentiment a Largo As plums to a Reading now a mighty comeback of the propagandists who were tale of scraps Ami beating Drums i care no impello Ltd to remain silent during the actual period. Another cause was a Post hysteria that swayed the minds of voters like the mind of the mob is swayed by frenzied argument frequently against the Best interest of All concerned. With a six year period since the end of the the people will be in a proper menial condition to weigh the merits of the league of nations and Hie world court. They will be in position to study the advantages to this nation by reason of aiding Europe to Settle its difficulties. Irre Constable apportion will be rebuked and president Harding knows it. Hence his desire to climb into the band Wagon Over the end Gate. I. The modern Venus. Girl your Standard of Beauty has changed. Tile Ideal american feminine form is a a perfect 34,�?� not a 36. Costume designers ii ave definitely accepted the change says j. K. Bolton new York fashion expert. What has brought about this change the Modem girls tendencies toward athletics and outdoor life. Our women Are becoming slender. Ifs a natural evolution. Hastened by the abandonment of the stiff it in get that made the Wasp Waist wearer look like ail hourglass. Til Normal girls figure Bolton observes is nearest perfection when she is 20. Thereafter a struggle. The Modem american Venus is five feet seven tall bust 34, Waist 22, hips 34, eight inches around the Ankles weight not More than 110 pounds. These measurements Are announced by Bolton. How close Are you to perfection ladies get out the tape line. Trifles like the foreign situation can wait. Pocketbook. How Long will present Prosperity last Commerce and finance Magazine put this question to 3,000 leading business men All Over the country. Until the last half of 1923, was the answer of 1,140. Orc time in 1924, predicted k50. Two years or More said 427. Its an interesting Straw vote. But they May All be wrong. Not one business Man in death. Hoot for Calm or Gale or for whatever comes. 300 anticipated the 1920 crash far enough ahead to get into the Cyclone cellar and the lid Down before the storm burst. Of 4he .�?~1,000, by the Way 2,250 predict a buyers strike if prices continue to Advance. If business thinks it can recoup All of its losses incurred in the last panic it is Riding for a fall. Five years ago. Trans Mississippi master Bakers association was in session Here. Lieut. Jack Temple Wras promoted to a captaincy. The engagement of Cecile Loraine Wilson to Russell Vav Allen of Chicago. Was announced. Mathias Hughes died in Peoria. Ten years ago. Oscar Lehmann formerly with j. S. Schramm co., died in Chicago at the age of 45 years. Born to or. And mrs. Then. Bischoff a son. A marriage License was issued to George Johnson and Ruby Roll. Knights of Columbus gave a minstrel show. Among the Lew Dock Sadere were Frank Warren will Troltz Leo Dehner Barker Doran Bert Hassel Frank c. Norton. Fred scholer Leo Panther de Mccarthy will canny Tom Dailey. Pat Dineen John King Pawl Fleming. Arthur Bongert. Charles Cronenberg Fred j. Wailer Philip struck and will Fleming. Fifteen years ago. Oscar Vogt aged 22, died. Oretta Ortman aged 15, died. Shakespeare club elected mrs. F. J. Mansfield president mrs. C. C. Claim vice president mrs. Vav. L. Haskell Secretary and Mise Biklen. Treasurer. A Union depot for a Day Quot was Given at the in the cast were Leo Bickenbach h. Vvs. Hughes. R. Parker e. Vvs. Catlett. John Mckitterick Park Smith. Mrs. A. J. Benner miss Jessie Thomas mrs. C. B. Lundgren John Parsons mrs. Carrie Eggleston. D. S. Cooper Maud Parker Leonore Maet Bessie Watson. John a. Of Neal Leora Malmberg. Harold j. Wilson Marguerite von Behren Hazel Helmbeck Edith Harper. Neal Ekdale Fred Washburn mrs. C. P. Funck Olive Martin Ruth Bokenkamp Nellie Trevitt Sarah held. Amy Topping Edward Smith Frank Field. George Bruhl Vera Mcquilken Francis Field Emily Barrett Robert Mclaury l. Mitchell Harry Brooks Harry Sowden Herbert Mclaury Liuis Dwight Irma the Finger tips. The handkerchief to Quot stretched with Short jerks a Little Slack being allowed after each tug and an extra twist being made each Jill. Women voters and their National organization Are properly showing intense interest in our foreign relations. They should be on guard however against cunning politicians who might keep their attention too much abroad not enough at Home. Foreign Cooper mrs. Vav. F. Gilman Saxon Hilmer Frank Gould. Mildred noelke is nov i a line no a Gladys Kelly Hazel Crowley Lucite Mann Helen maim Carl Fischer. Mrs. Offal h Alt i 1\ he i taut la. To Lac thorny j. Palmer Harold Mann mrs. Conrad Lutz Lucite Stone d. Washburn a fair share of your time. But done to forget in. Washburn. Doris Sherman mrs. Arthur Cook. Mrs. D. Vav. In neck. Mrs. George Boeshe. V Ada Felger Minnie Gustafson Esther Swanton Hilda Nelson. Edith Tabin and Margaret Hassel. Miss Cecile Braun and Stephen Treharne were married. Twenty years ago. Mortimer j. Higley resigned his position As superintendent of the Peoples Gas amp electric co. To accept a place at Belvidere 111. That. Tho most important situation needing your housecleaning Are right Here at Home child labor minimum wage prohibition rafters better schools and others of a list too Long to print. It la be time to attend to in adventures of the twins Olive Job erg Barton Cut out lady a heart. Stretching a had kerchief time to keep the rope shape. Every the proposition to use the Keosauqua water Power was before the Jerk seems to stretch Tho cloth a let Tho neighbors Atter we get our own National j commercial Exchange. The following committee was appointed to invest House in order. Gate the project Vvs. E. Blake c. H. Mohland w. Vav. Copeland. W. H. Grupe. Charles Taul Vvs. M. Burt. H. A it a. Chittenden. Adolph Oberle. Carl Leopold j. H. Burg. John Zaiser w. G. Mercer c. E. Otto c. F. Schmidt. F. S. Churchill George Henry. A. Hubner. J. L. Gafford Luke Palmer Charles armknecht James a. Guest j. Vav. Topping. Vvs. Vav. Parsons. F. L. Pirates. Ruin pirates off the Atlantic coast make tile Quot bade of Captain Kidd envious. Ritzinger j. W. Murphy Alex Moir Sam Leebrick and Henry Miller. Hootch snuggling schooners Are found of Shakespeare club celebrated its anniversary at Hie Home of or. And ii i i i. J i mrs. Louis Blatti. Among the guests were or. And mrs. Is. H. Grupe or. Optionally deserted at sea liquor gone decks a71 j r Ochran. Or. And mrs. H. C. Garrett or. And . P. Funck stroll with empty Cartridge shells and other or. And mrs. Theo. Blaul. Or. And mrs. H race Unterkircher or. And me. Pm do nce of a lilt to the death 111 effect Walter Haskell or. And mrs. Lugene putties mis. B. E. Jones miss Edith ii 4 i a a i i ii a a j Bechtel. Miss Clara Biklen and miss Nellie Smith these pirates Ait hired by their Cut tomes Jack Root Defeated kid Mccoy in a limit bout at Detroit. Ashore to commit murder. The Money Ralph Kerr Werner Sommers Arthur Schramm John Lloyd and de planked Down by thirsty Consumers is in Mckitterick organized an orchestra at High directly the lure that incites to the killings. Not a pleasant thought but ethically True. Prof. Avilliah h. Mccabe is buried Iii new York City. He died on the exact Date he predicted a month previously. Figured it out by the conjunction of planets and occultism of astrology to which he devoted his life. The superstitious will never forget it. The simple truth is my cubes death was either a coincidence or the result of imagination. He was in Good health until he predicted hit the More. By holding the right hand near the Chest Aud extending the left Arm with each pull the illusion is made More perfect. People of France Back invasion of Ruhr by william1 Philip Simms the twins Vwg a Lino a other Nide Fantom on. Teach u. 5. To walk is Kansas City a aim special Cable to n e a. Service and the Gazette was silting on the Terrace of a Boule a re Tate watching the sunday throng by. Quot Tell i said to the frit udly doings of the duffs. By Allman. Lena herself of Helen we re going to have company somebody just drove in Quot i Don t know who it 5 somebody with a Sig car and a chauffeur j Kansas City. for health. That doctrine is being spread throughout the world by the heart of a Nerica walking club of Kansas City. It All started when Edward j. J Shanahan attorney began preaching to friends the happiness and health to be obtained from Long walks. Soon he enlisted several associates and sunday morning hikes were Tak 1 in regardless of weather conditions. Lawyers and doctors and other office men took up the fad and soon a Large number were walking to. Work mornings. The walkers then organized the heart of America walking club. Every sunday members. Walk to some town near Kansas City. Their propagandist. To spread the doctrine the club has financed walking trips by Kirby Mcrill its Champion Walker. Mcrill after eliminating All the members of the club in Long distance and Speed tests finished a j thanksgiving Day contest at Swope Park As he crossed the line a few Steps ahead of president Shanahan in a ten mile contest. Several Hun dred participated. Mcrill then turned his eyes toward Chicago. Making 63 Miles a Day he hiked to that Metropolis and there preached the doctrines of the Kansas City walkers. Across continent. Then came preparations for a Cross continent hike. Mcrill went into training on his farm 22 Miles from Kansas City i every Day or two he would break mining Ling enough to walk to la. Daily Marks and Kirby m r i la. Quot what did you come to Tell me Quot asked the Cut out . Quot a e came to Tell you a said Nancy Quot that the fairy Queen would like you to sow the Gingerbread Many a buttons on straight. Quot Well i declare a exclaimed the Cut out . Quot having no heart in a not the least bit offended of course. But i am surprised. I did no to know i was sewing them on so very crooked. Is that All answered Nancy. Quot you see it makes the Gingerbread Man feel looked himself when Hie coat buttons crooked and he makes crazy Laws for All the sugar Plum Landers. The last Law he made was that All the people should stand on their Heads for a Quot Horn a said the Cut out thoughtfully. Quot i did t do it. T did no to waiter at my Elbow a what do All Hoar the last. It must have been told to me on my deaf Side. Having Only these people think about the Buhr a one oar i c an t hear out of the other. And i suppose that s Why i saw the trouble with Germany and crooked a no. Having Only one Eye i can to see out of the other. What a Jyz happened?1�?T Quot los pendent a he said quickly j a nobody obeyed the Law Quot said Nick. I Quot que ils out tout Casse que ils Quot what did nobody obey the King t feel myself getting Cross again Parent a they think the germans its the word hate printed on Mew Here my heart ought to be. You a destroyed everything let the better paste that heart on me now that you brought pay j then Nick reached in his pocket again Aud unrolled the other Side of before i left America i had been the Cut out lady that he and Nancy had Cut out of the picture Book. Told the French were opposed to the the minute she saw it the Cut out lady began to tremble with Joy. Occupation of the Ruhr that they she trembled till she crackled. Were oppose to Premier Poincare Quot of of of what dears you Are ill have two Good sides now plan to collect from Germany that an j a boart Between. Now i can love people and never get Cross again Only French Quot militarists were for and having two Good eyes. Ill never sew crooked again either. Please the occupation and were pushing begin at the twins soon had her other Side pasted on and the sugar heart Poincare on to his own and to France s destruction that the an w few re it belonged negation of the Rhineland was the underlying desire of the French government. Now is that the real truth j to get at it j did not ask members of the French Cabinet nor army officers nor Bankers nor industrials who might have their eyes on the Ruhr and be thinking of what the j Coal and Coke of that District might mean to French steel. I went to some old friends regular honest to Jolt French folks who Quot now i am a real person a she beamed. Happy in my to be continued a i never expected to be so t old Home town Twenty years ago Forest Butner found himself swamped with debts in his old Home town. I exit ton by. Quot some Day Pii come Back and pay in full with interest a a told his fourteen creditors. The years slipped by. In the memories of the fourteen Butner be it Vav a Ymir came a vague phantom Seldom intruding on their attention. The Tel j l a a a a Quot o i four imn . Invite to attend a ban met a i Yon to a Henniker a travel guests of a mysterious stranger. The mysterious stranger of course Lim Dalesman Garden Geed Mer a Butner now a wealthy Oregon fruit grower. To each of his old Dei or an elder in lady who Kerns creditors he handed an envelope containing a Check in full for the old Bant. An elderly lady who keep debt with compound interest to Date. La Quot cy1u, a a t 6fun ii. A a i. Or. No i Quot i am supremely Happy for the first time in years Quot Butner is quoted As saying when he took the train Back West. Any of us would be returning in Triumph to the old Home town under similar circumstances dirt Farmer a sign Painter a dentist and a civil Engineer. And if i tried a week i could not sum up what they All said briefer or better than did the waiter in the Boulevard cafe. All want payment and to me the most interesting revelation of a1 was the total a 3ence of fire eating. Not a one Hilt insisted the germans should be made at this time of year your memory turns Hack to the Community in City and Back on some minor errand. About that time Mcrill found a walking disciple in miss Daisy Belle Are that he is establishing branches Hicks daughter of a neighbor farm of the heart of America walking wherever he can find enough re miss Hicks aspired to become a emits for a organization Champion Walker and wearing Khaki meantime the Kansas girl is in and Hob nailed shoes she trailed my \ training that she May be Able to a Rill on Many Long walks. Company Mcrill on Long hikes in the sues for terms. Reports from Mcrillis Long hike future. Which you spent your youth. You yearn to return. If you go you come Back rather disappointed and disillusioned. You found the pump closer to the House and All other distances similarly shortened compared with the picture you carried in memory. Probably As the train neared the old Home town a thrill went through you. You jumped off. Looked eagerly about for familiar faces. Alas the faces were strange except that the Star Pupil of your to pay but Only All they were Able gch00i Days might be found driving a Hack or loading milk cans and t0j trunks and barrels and crates on the trains. Nobody bad any fixed idea As to maybe too you be had this experience. Most of us have. Maybe. Amount Germany . A a too you found Only a few old time friends when you combed the town and even they had to be prompted before they could place you. Despite All this each Spring brings a desire to go Back to the old associations of boyhood. And life has few satisfactions greater than to return honorable and in Triumph like the Oregon fruit grower. Agreed she could never pay the Cost of the nor any considerable part of it. But they were confident that she would now have to pay what she can be that Little or much. So they Are for Ruhr venture done to Ever doubt it and insist that the troops Camp there until Berlin after dinner tricks copyright 1923, Public Ledger co. He apparently stretches the handkerchief to about twice its length. The trick is largely an optical in this Universal interest in the Community w Here we spent our youth is the psychological explanation of the popularity of Lee Stanley a famous comic strip Quot the old Home when we return there we learn that old friends have died or scattered to the far Corners of the Earth Ald landmarks torn Down. Its like exploring a strange world with Only the scenery seeming familiar. The old Home town friends is gone in fact. But it lives on in if a Man say i love god and memory a memory we Trade for a pot of Money. After All Lushion. In twisting Quot the handkerchief i hat eth his brother he is a liar for j despite its Joy being mellowed by a touch of sadness memory to our a thought. The ends Are held bunched up in the lie that Loveth not his brother whom j greatest Possession also our Only permanent one. The. Performer borrow a us Tratton. In a a it a it seen. How can he love gel chief and holding it by Corners d the i performer pulls hard on each i w 11- in he hath not seem a i John full of beloved on a divine and he ago Nally opposite twists it into a end and gradually pays out rip cloth 4.20. A Man nature endeared to each other. I sort of rope. Drawing on the ends,1 bit by bit until tile ends Are held by 1 the universe is but one great City j Epictetus. Corsets made for bootlegging. Were found in Boston. As usual the Corset wearers were pinched

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