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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 14, 1929, Mason City, Iowa DECEMBER 14 1929 MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE A IXHS Syndicate Newspaper Issued Every Week Day by the COMPANX 1O1 100 m VIUJMX KJ I 121123 East Slate St Telephone Noa27 28 WILL F MUSE Editor Business Manager OF THB ASSOCIATED PKKSS The Associated Press la exclusively entitled to the news dispatches credited to SUBSCRIPTION RATES per year perweek Outside of Mason City andciear Lake i Per year by 5700 Daily per week by carrier Daily per year by mail VnX 6rmOnths S92S mnnivn f ORW m6ntha 50 Outsidei 100 mile zone daily I eoo b months 3 months Entered at the Postoffice at Mason City Iowa Second CJasa Matter tis better to have loved and lost Bhave loved at BEST FOR IOWA TO DO IT QENERALLY the newspapers of Iowa in comment Jng onthe Iowa decision to admit the ineligibility of students who participated in the Belting loan fund fcave sensed the true situation and approved the ac tionBut a few not quite clear as to the issues have kowtowing with a view to getting back Into the conference Aa a matter of fact Iowa had no other course than to acknowledge the ineligibility Of the men It happens that the Big Ten is recognized as the proper field of competition for the Hawkeyes but even if Iowa had had It in mind to withdraw from the conference and close the door behind a decision to maintain athletics on the highest possible plane would have required the action that waa taken The request for immediate action looking to rein statement suggested Itself as the one most effective way to clear the affected students of the taint There is still a conviction that the conference attitude was both unreasonable and unreasoning Added to its un fairness is the fact that it Is all the work df a man by the conference as lilywhite when th ouster action was taken Iowa withdraws from the confer and formally takes the position that she alone be judge of her eligibility standards the confer ence haa to be regarded as the final court with regard eligibility Immediately in the public eye there would be an assumption that our university was wlll L ingto operate on a lower level than the other membars Pf the Big Ten That isnt the case if there is to be a revision it must be a revision upward for after all university is fundamentallyan educational insti yielding to no other in matters of scholastic of ouier s8aKSsVwni5fiN5tiite properly could piilt to the Big Ten records which have participants the Beltingfund tagged unclean In the tnd the will justify Itself even with those who at pres ent are thinking unkind things about the Iowa course v v THEPLACE OF ADVERTISING TOUIS WILEY able business manager the New York Times regarded by many as the worlds really greatest newspaper takes the position that mans very habits of daily life are changed from year to year by the influence of newspaper advertising it is impossible he holds to overestimate the curaula twe effect of consistent wellchosen newspaper ad vcrtising campaigns Their influence does not end with building up markets for new services and cornmodi Along with these commercial services news papers have a potentiality for building up new habits of living and improving standards of conduct I Says Mr Wiley e advertising gives news and Information The progress of our great in fa told er advertising campaigns to create mar Jtets for commodities or services Advertising today is a nationalizing influ ence socially economically artistically politically even morally The remote community and the met RESPONSIBILITY DISREGARDED QNLY reckless carelessness can explain the second riot at Auburn prison New York which occurred Wednesday On the Occasion of thefirst riot which tobk place only five months ago the nations sympathy was turned to the authorities in change of the prison xvhere four guards were wounded and dam age was done That with the recent example before them prison heads should have overlooked the fact that ten guns1 were taken by prisoners from the arsenal and that convicts had acquired other firearms in preparation fora second riot will probably be the subject of se vere censure rather than sympathy In the prison riots during the past year which have amounted almost to an epidemic none has been suc cessful in gaining freedom for the convicts altho prac tically all have caused grief and tragedy The danger to safety of citizens and lie weakening of the weapon qf the courts by the suggestion thatlife imprisonment allows chance for escape that result from a successfully carried out riot lay heavy responsibility upon prison authorities to guard against such out breaks Somewhere at Auburn there haa been a reck less disregard for this responsibility doubt that many persons realize what it will mean when we no longer have with HS any Civil war veterans With them will pass a group of men who were a part of Americas most in teresting and important making Who will there be among us who can recall the prairie in its original verdure Who will know Lhe songs that were sung before the roaring fire in the long winter cven ngs Who will be able to tell the ittle anecdotes teeming with sly lumor far removed from the wise cracking of alleged modern humor ts With the passing of each veter an there is lost a set of impressions gained thru experience and observa that the modern VOU attended to this little boy or girl and much less the child able to retard their impulse to kick of 20 years from now cannot experiu ths Christmas Cheer Fund ience Consider the case of Undo Billy Davis who lives at the Odd luv Fellows home Hes 93 years old His memory span goes back to the Mexican war and embraces the Civ Be sure to send your name and address with your question and inclose Z cents in coin or stamps GlobeGazette In C P Q HTiut type of phone has Hoover A His desk phone is the hand type Q What railroad received the Harrlman irold medal this year T H award to the n for the third time In making the ratings the com mittee of awards takes into account passenger and employe casualties and all other casualties to non trespassers reportable to the Interstate Commerce commission The silver award for roads operating less Missabc and Northern E W MeXlcari rebe1s have thcir flags A They all carry the Mexican flag Is the work of a junior college the equi nt of two or three years of regular college wofk G W A Two years Q Did Booker T Washington wed A S A He was married three times Q Why is French bread served with the slices held together by the bottom crust M t A Not to cut all the way thru keeps the slices Q How much are doubloons Louis dor anil pieces of eight worth In our money KM A 5499 Louis or piecec r of eight is eight reals and a real is worth 51 00 Q What is Fort Wood T w A The post at the Statue of Liberty Q What share of a beef animal is edible a IV A Of a steer 56 per cent of a cow 48 Q What is suede L K A Suede is usually mocha or lambskin tanned on the wrong sideor bleached side or with the thin surfac t is the cause of a circle around the are two kinds of rings about the moon close one to four or five dia ve meters of the moon which we call coronas are caused by water droplets The smaller the droplets the larger the ring The other rings the true occurring much farther away are Lused by L s s e are such but in A Whenthe bubbles come to the top Q What American city was the last to raise tlie American flag during the revolution J W as the Britishwere in control of that dty until Nov 25 1783 At 3 oclock that day the r and the StarS and Snipes h6 and duly and honored BOBROADWAY By JOSEPH VAN RAALTE EW YORK pec 14The recent announcement by Al Jolson that he would tour the world giving one revived a flood of tothe influence of built upojl the Wlllianv Allen White says of newspaper ad vertising The changes that come out of the ad vertising columns of the American newspaper where decent goods are truthfully advertised are dynamic changes Every year the old world is torn Each passing day brings home the more clearly that It is newspaper advertising that Is basic and that advertising on the air or thru other mediums can be no more than supplementary except possibly for specialized products Newspapers will ever be the one avenue thru which the entire public can be reached H SHALL WE SAY WE STOP HERE W CORBETT architect who gave London an American skyscraper says that in twenty thirty years New York will not be served or satisfied with 100 story buildings but will demand something more adequate Another American architect William Delano says builders are being crushed by monsters of their own creation He finds skyscrapers contribute to the monotony and drabness of living taking away from life beauty and One wonders how far the human beingcan go in adapting himself to conditions which are no far re moved from nature and the simple life We cannot be lieve that man was meant to live naturally and hdp Piy amid conditions so artificial that they bear almost no relation to the normal life of a hundred years ago worid f C9ncert idea is much to Als liking enables him to give one or two performances a week a tmis corral more money with less work than in ivirt ViJr i 1 Il10AaLGU UUOIl UlUiJ mgr his attraction merely because the weather had be a trifle warm More than once he has shut UD deSi best Shubert Protestsand the after two months in the n o mons n e ShubertAlley between the Shubert theater and the Hotel Jolson booked passage to California by one of the liners A ship of the same line met with a triflingaccident entering the harbor and Al cancelled his passage transferring to another line A steamship of the second line was sideswiped in a fogand the comedian went to the west coast by rail Up tothe time he left musical comedy he was one ort orthree box attractions of the wn M M o e world Many claim the honor but a realbox office attraction is a name that can be stuck up in lights over a theater in the best Edison manner and without any other activity on the part of the management cause a sell out TRONY The movie menmay have made of Broadway a lane of shadows but the old legitimate stage has lr nil 1 V THE OBSERVING am pleased that the Christ mas home decoration move ment has got under way so satisfactorily The fact that a de partment of the Womans clubhas put its hand to the wheel means that the project is going to go over Thats theconfidencethis communi ty feels in that it doesnt matter whether the subject is dramatics or Christmas beautify ing The streets dpwntown have never looked more attractive and the spe cial work to which some of the busi ness places have gone in covering their storefronts has added to the effectiveness of the picture Really with all this atmosphere of Christmas about us I dont un derstand how so many have been il Spanish and World wars He talk ed with Abraham Lincoln for sever alhours in a log cabin store in southern Illinois He knows of In dian life by contact with it His Is a remarkable career a great story How can the richness of these lives be handed down to posterity and relatives of our vanishr ing army of G A R men should encourage them to transfer to paf per their autobiographies Perhaps the talking movie will come on rap idly enough to preserve for both eye and ear these honored veterans and their stories A glamorous era in American history is fading These Civil war survivors are us linai echo never noticed until the other day that the fountain in Central park bears a It is in numerals 6 or 7 inches tall and is on a stone facing the east Observe it some time JflBht received the follovying from flgffi Katharine E Walsh 410 North Pennsylvania avenue in response to a challenge I broad cast1 two weeks ago It took me a half hour to find out for certain when Eaater falls this year and sug gested that readers couldnt do bet terTha writer doesnt say how long it required to supply the informa tion given butshe says she did it without calendar But heres the letter and youcan read it for your self I noticed in your interesting col umn of a recent issue that you asked your readers to attempt to determine without the aid of a cal endar the date on which Easter will fall in the year 1930 I have no calendar but I believe I can give you the date Also a few after that of 1930 I submit tUs have often wondered how it would look to have all cars slow down to from 5 to 15 Sundown Stories By MARS GRAHAM BONNER THE GIANT DIET AND HEALTH 7 tttr T TT1 TTTTXTnn OfmTPn c I By Dll LULU HUNT PETERS Hi Tetfts cannot diagtmse nor svc personal advice H be lOUiidTi your questions of intctcsl tlity will be ans uereu m tin column Requests must be accompanied by a fully Mltaililieicil stamped envelope ami 2 cents in coin for well irticli wanUil 1he mle applies ID pamphlets except that Addtca miles an hour This past week 1 had an opportunity to see This creeping speed was forced upon mo torists by the treacherously slippery condition of the street I venture there wasless disregard for speed this past week than in any period since 1805 when auto ifrom A to the city coun cil It contains a1 suggestion that will be read with interest Please wont you try to per suade or inveigle our city authori ties into roping out a block in dif ferent sections of the city so the Iciddies may enjoy sliding in safety What is more to be admired than a happy healthful youngster robust and red cheeked from fresh air and exercise In coasting they get these desired results Conservationists say save the trees flowers and prairies and we All want to do our bit Lets also do our bit in saving some of ye old e time sport for the youngsters so that they will know about coasting and sliding thru ex perience not just from listening to sliding stories from their grand fathers Lets help to give them the thrill of sliding down a swell icy hill safe from some blundering automo bile driver who thinks he can stop on a dime following1 1930 April 1931 April 5 1932March 27 1933 April 16 1934 April 1 1935 April 21 1936 April 12 1937 March 28 1938 April 17 1939 April 9 1940 March 1941 April 13 1942 April 5 1943 April 25 1944 April 9 1945 April 1 1946 April 21 1947 April 6 1948 March 28 1849 April 17 1950 April 9 1951 March 25 1952 April 13 1953 April 5 1954 April 18 1955 April 10 Perhaps that is far enough I believe I am right in those dates Thanks forthis K E W but some day I want you to set forth to readers of this department the method you employed feel sorry for that milk wa gon team that three hours one stood for day this week in the mist and sleet on South Federal avenue Ita to be remem bered that at noon when this inci dent started the team had complet ed a full day of work That isnt either kindness or gratitude o had a call from Mrs George Smith 512 South Carolina avenue one morning this week She had made an attempt to have somebody paged in two thea ters and was told in both cases that paging was no longer permitted She had urgent reason for getting in touch with the person she want ed paged his mother having suf fered a stroke which resulted in her death a day or two later The rule it seems is to admit persons to the theaters so that they may pass up and down the aisles and seek out the person wanted It is easy enough to see Mrs Smiths side of this question and ii one wishes to be fair one must also see what a policy of unrestrict ed paging would mean to the thea ter management and to the movie public especially since talking movies have come so much into vogue Its to be assumed that in many cases they both would be im posed upon by persons without im portant reason for pagingtheir par ties A movie would be pretty much spoiled for me if right in the mid dle of a tense scene somebody call ed out in competition with the heros lines Jerry Spivvins wanted at the telephone Frankly Im a bit dubious about the policy of frequent paging hard It not possible that some day mankind will rebe lights some the very engines he has created and declarc even gave him a tumble t j hiniself free Will not the time come when he will I I have come and I will go no further actor appear on Broadway and he is instantly recog nized byhis public which at once proceeds to register its cognizance The women flirt with him and the men stick him up for passes But let a movie star accustomed to the homage of Hollywood strike Broadway and he is not recog nized by any of the men and women who rave over his shadow Clive Brook and even the widely screened Maurice Chevalier have walked the span between The Circle and The Square without eliciting a single trlanco of recognition 6 Clive Brook adored of women on the screen sat in front of two women In a Broadway theater one eve ning listening to them renting over his charm When later The star of the legitimate stage ia a real flesh and blood personality The screen star is merely an over scaled shadow 200 Nortn appears on trie Second street northeast side of the new building which occupies the site of the old Prusia clothing store would feel if I lived in the vicinity of Seventeenth street and South Federal avenue that I had a kick coming An oil company has 40 or 50 barrels plied on top of a mound to the rear the pair of the lumber c and a batch of olc I visible from Federal ave nue and all an eye sore that mis brands the community in which it exists were a rarity passing on this letter IVE only turned the time back a little way the Little Black Clock told John and Peggy we have go quite a distance Im going to use this sleigh once more that look us on out visit to Santa Claus It went so quickly and ride was such a jolly one I suppose Im a bit oldIeshioned but I do like a good old sleigh The Little Black Clock grinned We like it too the children told him So once more they got into the sleigh but this time they went off into the woods and there in the center was a large cave with a man sitting just in side He was a tall man He looked somethinglike a giant altho he didnt act like one Hello Little Black Clock the man said So youve brot me some visitors Well Ill give them some weak tea or some warm milk or something John and Peggy didnt think he sounded very ex citing Hello he said a tired note in his voice Hello they answered You see Im a giant We thot so but werent quite sure John said Thats just the trouble In the old days no one would have mistaken a member of the family but imes have changed Alas times have changed Now my great great grandfather would have sug jested roasted or girls for a meal All I offer Is weak tea or warm milk and girls arent afraid of giants any more t has made us shrink We were never so very terrible jut they thot so and we let the terrible stories get around about us Ah times have changed heard at postoffice Fri irtichwinliil The mle applies ID pamphlets I liie price is 10 cents for pacli la caver printing cost IJr Jeltrs Cure GlobeGazelle EAT BREAD MODERATELY TVEAR DOCTOR Many thanks for relieving me of acid stomach Two doctors tinkered vainly never asking me how much bread I consumed Your column opened my eyes I stopped eating breadand lo the acid vanished When I say bread I mean more than a half a loaf at a sitting It was a a mania MR F Im glad you had such success Mr F Many others could profit by your example But you certainly ate more than your share of bread No wonder you had acid stomach The cereal products are delicious and wholesome foods but when used excessively they unbalance the diet and usually cause excess weight they give an acid ash and so tend to Sve a dietary acidosis and hyper as you have demonstrated PETERS MD But there Us jio reason why you shouldnt have some bread or other starchy foods Mr F Simply dont make youknowwhat of yourself We have an article on Balanced Diet which is prov ing very helpful See column rules for obtainingthis PvEAR DOCTOR I have the terrible habit of walk ing and also talking in my sleep Sometimes I am afraid to go to bed at night for faar I will do some thing to harm myself Could you tell me what the cause might be and what to do to remedy it Ive wondered if it could be my nerves MISS C that one of the compo sitions written by students who recently visited the postoffice as a special project described postal functions in an exceptional light The studant wrote rural mail is delivered by rural carriers city mail is delivered by city carriers special delivery mail is delivered by special carriers and general delivery mail is delivered by the genera himself Who the IS was not stated feel sure that readers of this department who have even the slightest claim to a pioneer ranking are going to rel ish this note from One who has lived in Mason City more than half a century Dear Mr Eye I was interested in reading the extract from the Mason City direc tory of 1883 which appeared in last Saturdays GlobeGazette The names of about 90 prominent citizens were mentioned and to my knowledge only four of those named are still livingin Mason Citv They are W B Stilson T Clark A L Wheeler and Jennie Forsyth now Mrs A T The sons of 18 of these public spirited citizens are now living here and are helping to carry on the af fairs of the city which their fathers helped to build The fathers of Harry Page cy Smith and Harry Lee L A Page H I Smith and John Lee were members of the city council H H Shepard father of Hugh Shepard was county auditor while J B Dakin Dr C E Dakins fath er was serving as supervisor Among the trustees of the Bap tist church were John D Glass and John Richardson the fathers of Remley Glass and Dr Richardson John Stanbery W S Harding K R Bogardus E Randall Johu Bush and J J Clark were named amongthe trustees of the Method Sst church and their sons who are here today are Ralph Stanbery J H Harding Ray Bogardus Ade Randall Ed Bush and E W Clark R D Patton father of Charles and Will Patton and L G Parker father of Starr Parker were offi cials of the Congregational church while among members of the school board were James Rule S S Bag ley F M Rogers who were the fathers of A L Rule W G C Bag ley and Merle Rogers nominate for ttte most deep ly despised person the movie fan who persists in whisper Ing or eating popcorn during a talkie I suspect that the admoni tion Silence is essential was aimed by theater managements at both of these pests dont imgaine the following which I picked up out of the Lake Mills Graphic would rank very high as poetry but theres a lot of good food for thot in it Blow that horn blow that horn jump upon the gas Oh what red hot fun it is another car to pass Roaring down a concrete road thc surface sure and fine Give her all thats comin kid were touching eightynine Ninetyfive the meter says the speed laws all are hash Holy sweet potootie but were headed for a crash Toll oh bells ton oh bells keep toil ing all the day For another sorry dumbbell is busy laid away DEC 14 1909 William Dodcrer a well known farmer of Bath township is a candidate for the office of supervisor to succeed J H Brown according to his friends Mr Dodeier has been secretary of the Farmers CoOper ative society at Rockwell for ariumber of years and is closely associated with Mr Brown in its manage ment and according to those who know him stands liigh in the estimation of those who are members of the society The brick pavement between the car tracks on Main street between Fourth and Sixth is heaving badly and in places is raised six inches higher than nor mal There is danger of its interfering with the passage of cars and this may compel the removal of the brick If you lose anything better follow the example of Miss Rickert and find it by using the GlobeGazette want column A few days ago lost a pair of bowed glasses They were important to her but of little use to anyone else She hurried to the GlobeGazette and inserted a lost notice Mrs Ella Griffith found the glasses and knowing the efficacy of the GlobeGazette was about to insert a found nd and Miss Rickert was not long in procuring her lost sight The GlobeGazette finds most anything that is lost with a little judiciously worded adlet Try it The big revolving doors at tile postoffice are ex tremely dangerous to children women and girls nnd yesterday two persons came near being seriously hurt One young lady had her leg caught nearly breaking the bone and leaving a serious bruise and had it nol beea for one of the janitors who caught the dooral the nick of time a little girl might have had her head crushed Some people think it great sport to revolve the doors as rapidly as possible regardless of conse quences and there is every reason to believe an acci dent will result The janitors duringthe rush hours stand at the door now and check the speed of the door in its revolutions and caution reckless people The annual home declamatory contest of the high school will take place next Friday evening Dec 17 at the high school auditorium This is a contest to de cide who shall represent the high school in the north east Iowa declamatorycontest which will be held at Eagle Grove March 11 There are 10 contestants this year and a keen rivalry exists among these students for the honor of representing the school Yes it might be due to your nerves Miss C and nerves can be upset by prolonged wrong diet and other hygienic slipups such as over emotionalism lack of rest and sleep etc But I would have a thoro physical checkup if I were you to rule out any organic dis turbance and then if necessary visit a qualified psy chiatrist to see if there are not some physic injuries that are resting iii your subconscious mind and dis turbing you Meanwhile it would be a good idea to fasten your self in some way jerhaps to the mattress either by a long strip of cloth or by your nightgown so that when you do attempt to get up in your sleep you will be i awakened DOCTOR How can i learn practical nursing I am a widow 50 years old and would like to take up nursing now MRS B I know of no courses that are given in practical nursing Mrs B Practical nurses are usually those who have obtained their experience in nursing their own friends and relatives with perhaps some knowl edge gained from association in cases with the trained nurses You might inquire at any hospital in your city perhaps they can give you some information A Sermon for the Week By THB KEY CHARLES It BROWN DD Dean Emeritus of Yale Divinity School The man in the crowd will seek solitude to find religion and having focnd it will return to the crowd to aid those who have not experienced the benefits i of religious faith The man who seeks religion will get away from the crowds i Meetings of women with very casual They made In a crowd once wherfJesBgw Jericho a small man who striving to look at JesusNone would make way for him because he was despised He was a tax collector a publican a wealthy man man whose name was Zacheus climbed a J tree and was able to have a view of the Master i Jesus saw him and told him to come down They 1 went to Zacheus house to eat After they had talked j Zacheus saw the truth of Jesuswords and promi ised to make restitution fourfold to all from whom he had taken wrongfully and to give half his wealth to charity Then lie went back to the crowd to help those in need i e JOWAJEDITORSJ DICKINSON FOUND WANTING Sheldon Sun Congressman Dick inson is now ridingup and down the state telling lowans why he should be elected United States sen ator He has had his chance and failed miserably Wonder if he is tellingthe Iowa farmers and others dependent upon agriculture with any degree of satisfaction why he voted against their best interests End welfare in lining up with the industrial east in voting for the house tariff bill KNOW HOW IT FEELS Munson Journal Those stock market gamblers now know how the boys out west felt when S400 au acre land went down to pel acre The only difference is that the deflation of stocks was a little more rapid than that of land values A DIVIDED HOUSK Reporter One column in a daily paper Tuesday announced World Court Fight in the Senate is Threatened and in anothehr col umn is the statement Powers Rushj IIKB LI War Ships to Chinese Ports Draw thc Iand boom your own conclusions It cannot be a divided house OVLOKPTVYING ATHLETICS Swen City Ilcnild There is plen ty of evidence that footbull was get I ting out of hand Its importance in university affairs was oveistressed due In part to ambitious coaches peanut politics on the campus and politics iu the Big Ten stimulated by a sportscrazed public It was be lhe stock markcl and QUEER ISNT IT HASH IS HASH Waterloo Tribune It hns been found tiiat hash contains vitamines And the chances are it will be HurtMonitor When the Sunday jfollnd to contain anythingelse left blue law was invoked to stop Central States Electric company J 6 from putting up a line of poles near Algona the county seat citizens exl ulted in the strategy Now if the same law should be used to close lhe Sundaymoving picture show H would be an outrage archaic CAN1 IT BE TRANSFERRED Hampton Recorder A gas gener ator which converts bootleg whis ky into motor fuel has been in vented If that stuff can put the same energy in proportion into a motor as it does when taken on board by a human it sure will be going fast HAS HE HAD EXPERIENCE Simmer Gazette Bees are said to be especially vicious during the lat ter part of the in the vicinity of the latter part of Che bee IIOOVKKS SIXCERITV Holfo Arrow Friends dont get the idea that we dislike President Hoover He is the most sincere man in Washington today havingto do with the problems of this country QUITE A COMPARISON Clarion Monitor Iceland said the teacher is about as large as WHAT COMBS FIRST Siam Standard People dont Iceland wrolc Willie afterwards Ed i is about as large as teacher think much about whether Smith or Dan Turner would make the better governor whether John Hammlll or Congressman Dickinson NO MORE NOURISHING Uuivs Reporter The postoffice any election at after the day shopping season is over PAVING AND LAND VALUES Charles City Iress The tarinci i the old ones It wont be any more nourishing however WHERE ITS WELCOME Algona Advance Denominational colleges would be pleased to see tui ions raised nt state educational in stiutions They need to raise their own tuitions for expenses of oper ation have become almost ruinous Their too has been com plicated by the rise of lhe junior college which keeps many of their prospects at home during the fresh man and sophomore years USE FOR TOMATOES New Hampton Gazette How limes do change Now people are drinking tomato juice for break fast Fifty years ago they thot to matoes were poisonous and put themin the vases on the mantel to throw at book agents as soon as they became properly ripe ANST EXCUSE WILL 1O lUansoii Journal Down at Madrid 450 coal miners are on a strike be cause they are obliged to walk two thirds of a mile to work Is it any wonder that Iowa coal docs not hold the Iowa market Its a poor day when the Iowa miner cannot think up some excuse for a strike LOSS NOT GRKAC CJherotcve Times That Iowa lost out is regretable more because of the stigma that attaches to expul sion than for any loss it may suf 1er from being outside the Big Ten ItT EM ON THEIR FEET Ijikc Mills Graphic The market crash has put some men on their those who were buying their cars on the installment plan CHANGING PLA VM AT EH OSHRP Press Iowa has simply got to find a new gang to play with A change of playmates is often a thing LIABILITY OR ASSET llmnpton Chronicle Brookhart a fanner is from a good paved roaunnd are out for Dick Ihe less valuable la his land and Some people would call that more isolated he becomes I a liability A COMPARISON Algomi Republican Sometimes ni honest man is sent to jail but its a safe bet that more dishonest men are out than honest men are in jail CONVENTION GOEIiS Cedar Falls Rernrd It is the un conventional woman who hns B mania for attending conventions ;