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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 16, 1929, Mason City, Iowa MASON CITY GLOBEGAZBTTE WEDNESDAY JAN 16 23 THREE A LM Syndicate Newspaper Oca 1211J8 Saat State Street Telephone Numbers 27 28 and 2 WILL S MUSEEditor W EARL Editor LEE Manager UOf CO REPUBLICAN Established 1861 lot kept open That enormous Investment Idlo for even a week la kept In produetivo service by what we epend or suow fences snowplowa and trucks or tractors Iowa ought to spend more for snow removal The worlc should bo done ou the more important secondary as well as on state and federal highways A road to every farm was tho old road building slogan which to day might bo amended to an open winter roail to every farm It is a fJiie target to shoot at at any rate akly Gl May 1882 Dally Globe Established October 1890 The Mason City Founded In 1870 Issued Every Week Day Afternoon by MASON UTY GLOBEGAZETTE COMPANY MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Ike Associated Press exeliwlvely entitled tu the r publication oC all news dispatched credited to It or not otherwise credited tn paper and also all loca L news published herein Olliclal Paper in the City and County BUBSUKHTION RATES In Mason City ana Clear 1 Dally per year Dally per week 16 Outside of Mason City and Clear Lake Dally per year by carrier fTOI Dally per week by carrier1 Dally per year by mall40 I months J225 3 months 1 month it5 DuUide 100 mile zone doily per year 60 6 months 3 months S11K THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY As soon as William Randolph Hearst succeeds in get ting the prohibition law repealed wlfli his prize ho will turn his attention to the gravitation law ft Is predicted Easier to Gyp Uncle Sam Than to Fight Him Libby Right In Saying Europe Would Never Go to War to Escape Debts Stewart Declares tlOM Advertising Rates Furnished on Application Entered at the Pcmtotflca at Maaon City Iowa Second Clasa Matter I A friend may well be reckoned the masterpiece ol ROOSEVELTS CHEATING CHARGES FRANKLIN D ROOSEVELT democratic white hope for 1932 speaks blithely ol his partys will to win In the same statement however he wails about the cheating methods employed by the opposition On the whole the tone of his statement was reminiscent of the tactics employed by the principal democratic leaders in the illalarred campaign not Ions completed In referring to the militant spirit of his party tho Now Tork governor ascribed It to the methods ot the re pu icans to cheat the democratic party out ot tho pres Idency The partys will to1 win he maintains can only compared to that which followed the theft of the presidency In tho case of Mr Tllden We quote further Bigotry Ignorance of democralto principles the spread of unspeakable and unAmerican methods ot the nost atrocious falsehoods unfair and Improper pressure brot to bear upon workers tn specially favored republican industries false claims for the prosperity ot the country ind kindred propaganda cheated so my correspondents foal our party of the presidency In the last election Hoover received almost six ana half million more votes than the democratic standard If there was cheating involved In that cam ff palgn It must havo been the most gigantic swindle o all history In the past two presidential campaigns the democrats have fallen down miserably with Just the sort ot belly aching that Mr Roosevelt resorts to In this statement Unless he brings into his partys counsels more size an genius than Is exhibited In tills first Item ot Rooseveltlan leadership In 1923 republicans need have no very grea fear of his ascendancy in 1933 V KNOWING WHERE TO STOP ALEXANDER of JugoBtevls has cut the Gor i Knot Into which the politics ot his kingdom has been tied by the racial squabbles of the Serbs Croats and Slovenes by suspending the constitution and declar Ing a dictatorship under the new government of Genera Ztvkovltch It is another defection from the ranks o democratic constitutional government in Europe to be ranged alongside that of Russia Italy Spain Hungary and Poland but perhaps more pardonable than some o the rest For In creating the kingdom ot the Serbs Croats and Slovenes an attempt was made to impose a democratic system ot government upon uncorrelated am conflicting traditional governments ot races which hai been under three different flags Three separate lega coSes for example were In force with varying privilege and responsibilities which naturally led to internal jeal ousles Tho constitution oC 1921 was a hurryup jol which really only tries to veneer deepseated Incompatl bllltlea If Alexander and his militarists can and will doth Job a new and unified administration treating Monte negrins Sorbs and Croats an equal under uniform law will make the construction ot a real democracy In Jugo Savla much easier The difficulty is that dictators sel dom know when to stop dictating and kings once In possession of unchallenged power are slow to surrender it In theory the JugoSTav coup detat has a sound reason for being In practice it may not prove up so well It is to be Iiopca that the new regime works fast and honestly toward the new synthesis it promises It it does not there may bo more trouble in the Balkans which will for example give SlpnotMussolini an oppor v tnnlty for more adventures such as Ms recent coup hi Talio of this free service tf you are ono of the tluiiisauds who havo patronized Iho Imrenu write us Kgnin If you Iravo never used lie service begin now It is inaintiihicU for your benefit lio sure to send your niiiiio anil address witli your question nnA Indoso 2 cents in coin or stamps for return post age Address tho Mason Oily GlohcGazctto InCnruin Ion Bureau Frederick J Ilasltin Director Washing ton U C Q How many TJnlicd States marines Iiave neen hilled In ho of iMiearagua W V Z A Twentyfour Q Who wroio Auia Lang Sync T A The author is not known Songs bearing this ame have been sung since tho seventeenth century The erse has been attributed to Robert Burns wlio however redits it to an old minstrel Q Please give some information about the mon keys tlKit see na evil hear no evil speak no evil F W McG A Little Apes of Nikko sometimes known as the hree Wise Monkeys is the name of monkeys which ppear in a mural decoration among ancient tombs ut Wlcko Japan This city Is considered one of tho most eautiful cities oC Japan three monkeys are ollows Mizaru who sees iiu evil Kikazaru who hears 10 evil Mazaru who speaks no evil The legend con icctecl with these monkeys is simply a moral idea to joint out the wisdom of minding ones own affairs and he folly of scandal Whom is the present center ot population J A ACtcr the 1520 census t was found to be the ex rome southeast corner of Owen county Indiana S3 mites iouthcast of Spencer It had moved westward D8 miles since 1910 Q Why 3o folks call the Ronmn Catholic church the mot church Again some say tho first church was the church Antioch What kinil of church was the latter and was it older than tho ISoman Catholic church Mrs F H S A Tho word means universal or all embracing The word applied for many centuries to the entiro Christian church Tho upper room at Jerusalem see Acts when the DIcIples received the gift of tongues at Pentecost has been called the first Christian church It Is certain that the church established at An tloch was founded earlier than the church at Rome Q How many automobiles are there In Norway B F S A The department of commerce says there were 91 passenger cars 91 busses and 91 trucks in Norway in January 192S Q When will tlie worlt on BdUldcr dam com mence G K P A Not for at least a year Please give a history of tho Illumination of Niagara Falls W O H A Albert Blerstadt in 1884 illuminated Niagara Falls ono night for tlio benefit of English rallwaymen by flash ing powder on the ledge of rocks beneath tho American falls In 1907 tho falls were Illuminated for 30 nights by searchlights under the direction of W Darcy Ryan of tho General Electric company Afterward the only Illumina tion of tho falls was provided by small Incandescent flood lights Since May 24 1S25 Niagara Falls has been illumi nated in colors four hours every night The installation of lights Is on the Canadian side and the power is donat ed by tho HydroElectric Power commission of Ontario The project is financed Jointly by tho last named by thb cities of Niagara Falls in New 1ork state and In Ontario and by ths Victoria Park commission Solar screeno are provided Tho battery oE searchlights directs upon tho falls beams totaling ons and onethlrd billion cantilepower Q How many magaihics are subscribed lor by tho average family S 15 A Tlio American Association of Advertising Agencies mado a survey In tho summer of 1026 and It was found that duplication of mngazino circulation was very great Families with less than 1000 a year Income were shown to bo subscribers to thrco magazines Families with In comes from to 2000 a year were shown to bo sub scribers to 4S magazines Families with Incomes from to 5SOOO a year were shown to bo subscribers to 50 magazines Families with incomes from to a year were shown to be subscribers to 1122 magazines and families with incomes from flOOOO up wore shown to lie subscribers to nS magazines Jly CnYULHS P STEWART A S H I N G T O N ick J Libby un doubtedly Is abso lutely right In say Ins that tho rest Stales Jn the hope debts to us it thinks a chance remains to borrow Coming from the Prevention of War EVERY TIME THAT 006 30ES THATS Uncle Sam might ba hard to lick In THE DOOR On the other hanfl he I easiest mark on eartli to horuswagse pHBPARATIONS In progress L for the peaceful separation of Uncle Samuel from a few more billions of his financial Increment by means of a puna known as reparations nego tiations a game tho European pow ers are sharks at and Uncle Samuel tho veriest eucker but a game In which It seems hopeless to teach him not to take a hand every time hes in vited The pathetic part of It la to see our PUPPY HUemEY HICKS 1AST SUMMEfe MET I DEPOT TODAY I poor uncle taking what ho fondly be lievcs are precautions against flimflammed lamb In that bunch ot wolves taking precautions THE case stands The allied powerf came out of the World war owing ho United States about 12 billion dollars which they still Germany came out owing no war debts to any foreign country having of money In Tha allies tried their best to ge the United States to wipe their scorn clean but Undo Samuol balked Then they proposed to assign their German reparations to America set tllng everything that way Unable to seo why he should assume tha burden ot collecting a lot ot doubtful repara tions as a substitute for money honest ly due to him Undo Sara balked on that too OINCH1 that time the debtor nations O have been racking their brains for some scheme to euchra tho U S A out ot Its 13 billions without frankly defaulting repayment which they rightly judged would hurt their credit Meanwhile they continued to exact reparations regularly from Germany on account of a total never defi nitely determined Finally thla uncertainty began tn prey on the German tacpayers minds ns to threaten an embarraisins situa a collapse of German payments the Germans quite reason ably arguing that nmybe they could stand reparations but they wanted to feel they were making somo progress I7ERY V BUT Peters Adventures A Dally Bedtime Story By MRS FLORENCE SMITH VINCENT Your BROADWAY And Mine J3y Walter Winchell Albania Europe has difficulties enough without that ONE ITEM OF HAMMILLS MESSAGE OVERNOR HAMMlLrLS biennial message Tucadny contained sume Justifiable boasting and some valii Buseestlons for raising Iowa to its prorer plane onp the commonwealths of the nation It is well that the governor should call attention to the trend toward Industrialization In the past Iowa has been so occupied with Its attention to agriculture that In thot has been given to the processing and dis trlhutlon ot those products which originate within the late To the GlobeGazette the emphasis placed by tho gov on this matter was the most significant feature of his message This Isnt intended to minimize the importance of ag riculture Farrnlne will ever be basic In Iowa The states leadership In food production la a matter that can be taken for granted But what Iowa makes of Itself Jndustrlfllly is pretty largely up to its Inhabitants and tho leadership with which they are endowed Hammills call for a selfsufficiency and an down there YORK Jan ot the Park Rowguea gathered to reminisce about Tex Klckard and ono ot them contend ed that his rcnl nicknamewas Dink unlit n Wilder ill Alaska lapsed him TfX They nnid oC him too that ho got moro of n kick out oC kidding a sports writer His vet diversion was watch ing a newcomer tinkle across the heavy carpet In office When the lad touched tho doorknob ho got nn electric shork 1lis last confcicnco with sports chroniclers to hear one tell H was nt the Garden Suddenly ho got up and left the sipup but not before be re marked in thla manner Say You fellers oughta come down to Miami with me Gotta great story Mebbo itll be front pose stuff too BETWEEN FATHER AND SON IT WAS an exciting moment for the boy If anything interesting was going to happen he didnt want to miss it but on tho other hand Peter agreed with certainly could not bear to watch those old Turkeys fight with their own sons Perhaps Gobbler had better run down the mountain before the trouble started Indeed ho bird himself seemed to be of the same opinion ana had already turned abou ana was edging his way out of the crowd when Peter peering curiously back over his shoulder saw tometliing that mado him speak to his stronglegged steed Say Gobbler TValt a minute cried he As sure as you live I dont believe there Is going to be any trouble after all Look The mothers and tho young have gathered Into groups too and are standing ner fectlyBtIll Just see HOT those mothers havi ranged themselves in front and how with their claws they aro scratching up tho dirt Why thosfi mo thera wouldnt let those old birds touch a feather on their babies heads if they could help it And tho old birds know it too They dont eecm quite as cross LEthey did Unless I am very m u ch mistaken thev aro not going to fight Turkey Gobbler stopped and looked around and then pleased chuckle Good gobbled ho For a while at leant all Is quiet Wild Turkey Land altlio tiiero la no telling when these fellows may Tone their tempera again You are right The old Gobblers are afraid of their wives just os much In fear of them as I was ot i They havo mado up their mlntla to let well enough alone and to set out on their journey to tho lowlands with their foathera whole They know better than to tacklo their wives when they look like that Hurrah The Gobblers are forming Into lino Here eomo tho first ranks And they aro Elartirip off on a trot too I better stand back out of tiio way or they may run medown In their hurry Now that they have made up their minds to go they dont intend to loso any time Gobbler lumped out of the path of the oncoming Tur Iceyh nnd he was only just in time A moment more and hliwild friends would liave been upon lilm TivinlUo Toon Diet and Health By Lnliz Hunt Bf D Inquiries to lit Feten cue GIobeGuette ifid tnelott eDvelorfr Sign your tiame as evidence e rood faith Send 10 ccnu In coin U you wish Redaani ud Gaining Pamphlet TOO MUCH STARCH ADDS TO WEIGHT YOU know how many times I have told you that there Isa lot of halderhnah written about food combinations Now I have unwittingly given the impression that I hoh with Gome of thoae fads A short tinio ago an Italian woman wrote that sh weighed around 250 and wanted I reduce but eha vvaa having rtlEtlculty because she was fond of broad and spaghetti In my advlcs to her I said that she must never eat spa ghetti and bread or other itarchy food at tho samo meal Today I have a letter from one of tho raadera Mrs W ivlio this article from the column under lined that sentence and asked Why She had thot that taking two or more starches at the same meal might bring the quantity up too liluh but that a person who longed to eat bread and butter with any other starchy foods could do BO provided he nlo of each food My answer coupled with that of un otljor doctor to tho cTCcct that a com mon error in diet was tho combina tion of different starches hna iiiale well said the exallies ippose we agree on a total and you Germans laaue botids for It You can Bell tha bonds and us the money Out ot it we will pay th United States and everything will be ovely The Germans were willing It is to Is the total amount of reparations that the coming negotiations wen ones Uncle Sam is urseil 0 take a hand in But asks some curious person who la to buy tho German bonds enabling Germany to pay the exalllpr them In turn to pay Samuel Why Uncle Sam will buy Hi bonds ot course reply ths And will Uncle Samuel buy them You know ha will As Mr Libby only a very silly bunch of debtor na tluns would go tr war to cancel their obligations to such an uncle It Is si nanced her side of tho conflict Intermuch simpler and pleasanter to gyp owing an indefinite amount him OTHER EDITORS Independence within the four borders of Iowa is logical nnd welltimed both Americana bureau of tha Mercury offers It from a 1 Mississippi vacs Sqclal Notes Department JUrs Sarah Allen is seriously elck at Jior homra 3aylys Keck and all persons arerequested by her BG o stop coming lo see the bis hog until she improves RICE theauthor ot Street Scene which the i William Brady Ltd has provided at tho Playhousa ippears to have solved that ageless query Whata tho matter with your second act Tho middle episode or ho new and compelling drama Is the most Affective second that New York has offered In years and It gripped held and excited all of us until the fuzz lifted on our anus In turn a halrraislne scene Mr nice has Jottnd down tlio loves cmoltons sounds squeaks and sobs of tho New Youk tenement ind Mr Brany assigned that ndroit nnd irlful scenlu irchltcrt Jo Mlnlzlner to fashion tho lone setting which loft you breathless with admiration the moment the KEEPING WINTER ROADS OPEN IT S In weather Illtc tills that residents of tills region bcsln to appreciate the Importance of the money that Is upon roartopcnlns during tlie winter In Hummer loo oCtcn wo ore Inclined to think of tho appropriation for winter upkeep as BO much money dropped oft the rlock But when tho first heavy Gnowa of whiter descend nnd tho first howling northwest gale piles up the drifts we rioc t call blessed those who are Keeping tha roads is Impossible to calculate tho value of plowedout It romla which are pnssablo for motor tmvel under prac Iteilly all conditions But one niny gather Boms Idea hy anticipating ho value of tho automobiles trucks and busses wlilch would laid up useless were the roads It is a classic this ar Mr Mielzlner Is to be asbestos lifted nnd revealed It tlficiel tenement building and ihcerod Street Scene revolves about tho Mamranis nn Irish family familiar to tho sidewalks of New York Mrs Maurrant still young and easy to look upon believes that life Isnt worth letting slip hy without living so she accepts the attentions of tlie milkman Tlio mother of a Ejrown daughter and a small son she is gossiped about by tho local Inchells until her stngehnnd husband dis covers her in dcllty He returns unexpectedly anil mur ders them Tlio murder episode is tha most thrilling event of the soggy season and is likely to send Street Scene into the click division The following act offers nn almost equally startling sceno when the killer is captured and permitted a few parting words with his daughter Rose It is a most yesterday touching and heartjuggling moment iiu opens the tear ducts first nqt in a bit lone nnd repetitions and business viail could pland tho pruning blade That would ilo much tol W McCarty la homo from mako Street Sceno a mono sracutul show Imoncl EARLIER DAYS JANUARY 18 1909 Mr7 Mar Gorman is assisting at the City National bank talcing tho place of C O Dawson who went west Mios Irene McConloguo was in tlio city today for n visit Sho was enroute to Rockwell from a visit in Car tersvlllo William Lowey who travels an a professional whistler was in the city yesterday Ho to Lako Mills lasr night for a daco with Jus company Dr and Mrs Noyes aro planning on moving from theh present quarters over the Decker cafe The now proprie tor wants tho entire building and will live In tho apart mcnts on tho second floor Busby brothers owners of a large syndicate ot thea tnrs including the Ortoon ot Marshalltown will spem 510000 next summer in modernizing the local playhouse F E Maltoon ot Washla was In tha city lodny th guest of Al Hushgens Ho was greatly impressed witl the growth of Mason City Miss NCVUL Sampson who has been hero for M time left yesterday for California where Bhe will rcmah lor nn indefinite tlma on a visit with her father Mrs Georgo Hubman who lived on Drummoud street left for Chicago yesterday where sho will mako her home Miss Vera Moo of Gnrner arrived this morning and i planning to take work In tho short coinso in the domestl scicnco department Thomas Morrlssey after a months reerealion is back to worlc again and went west on n regular frcf run yesterday Miss Lydla Foster is planning to return to Chlcng for an indefinite stay Mrs Daniel Dougherty who has been 111 is roporte better today T Ic Glanvllle was in the eastern part of the slat of Plymouth was In tho cily on trip to Be MJMJ HUNT PliIlSKS M D or believe that possibly there la somo cliemicalreason or not combining two starches at Iho name meal It lore VTO Mrs W there la no chemical reason why two N starches should not be eaten together Tho reason I avo our Italian filend inslructions not to eat bread ami pashcUl it the smiie mcnl was the samo you have lot she would ho apt to havo too much starchy ootl at that meal and when one IK reducing one must ut clown on starches materially I cannot repeat too often that eny food which agrees lien taken alono will agrco when taken with anothtr ood that also agrees when taken alone The nlarch ot oialocn is chemically tho same as the ntarch In bread nd all fruits and vegetables contain eomo starch It you vant to take your Btarchy foods from different source ou neednt he afraid provided you dont overeat of icm The tiame statement applies to tho proteins for Iiemlcally all proteins are the samo Digestion of each ubstance takes place Just tho samo If alone or mixed vitli others It occasionally happens that Eome food will disagree nd certain combinations will laaprce but these aro xccptions ntid should not ho laid down with KOTHO absurd easoulng attached for others to follow We havn an nrlfcle on Balanced Diet which you may avn 1C you nro Interested ft Small Lumps and Blotchy Skin T WISH to ask you about a growth I have on Inner Jl side ot my thumb under the skin It Ecems to Betting harder and I feel something ought to be dono bout it It is round white and hard but It does not pain at all What is It and is 11 serious I would alKC Ike lo know what makes a red blotchy slcin E Yes something should be done about any abnormal ump on the skin or elsewhere and that is to have it In E Tours may he a little fibroid growth hich may never mean anything except a little annoyance Ut you should have It attended to If it rtoes not vanish in L reasonable time A blotchy skin may indicate that there In Komelhlng wrong with the general hygienic program somewhere most likely tho wrong diet or there may come polison ng from some sourco At any rate hiyo a checktip by physician Neit Ansrcera lo Mothers A FOKLOIIN FIGURE Cellar Falls Record Senator John Bloino of Wisconsin who went tho limit In bolting his partys presi dential candidate Herbert Hoover because ho thot Al Smith would make a jnoro suitable choice for the pro gressives now feels somewhat out in tho cold slnco the voters did not give a thot to tho comparative progrresBivo nes3 of Al Smith and Herbert Hoover He declares that if that election settlad any Issue ho does not know what It IB unless it was religion Since nls Suit and n a wlnnlns side Senator John J Blalns who was formerly governor of Wisconsin has essumed a some what pessimistic altitude toward otera and all things political Ho says Stale elections seem to signify something coherent they Bend sen ators and representatives to Wash ngton who split Into genuinely dl rergcnl political groups But each iintionil campaign is fought on ono or another fulso issue The Issue be so is the false ess Tho senator even goos GO far as to nay that 1 now party is needed for tho libcraln but his neit thot la that that would avail little as ho asks Whats tlio Ufie when queried as to whether or not ho would bo ready to assist in imlldtnsr new party Ho tried to put In the white house as n progressive candi date and failed Ho worked for the election of Gov Al Smith ot New York and failed Ho should mnko at least one moro try Senator Blalne however docs not blarno himself for any part of tho failuro of the candi dates ho bolted to support He puts tho blamo on the voters declaring there Is no issue on which tha coun try will concentrate The Wisconsin senator undoubtedly will como into his own when he at last runs onto fin issue with exactly the right appeal an appeal that hold the bulk ot the voters attention Icnat until nfter tlio votes itrc counted Some were inclined to Oil rats when the unwisdom of Senator Blnlncs liarly holtlnp was al ludod to during Hio campafpn bu ho is now viewed as one of tho forlorn figures at tho national capital norer Iliolcs AND TBURIBtE MENACE Muscutluo Journal It is reported 1u the Iowa news sent out by Tho ABV ciatod Frees that ono Henry OKada L Japaneso hus purchased a farm near Crcsco in Howard county aivl will move thero March 1 Ths Hem ratos only one which it 1o uy Is entirely small an allotment ot space For in stance how about a Japanese with ft name Ilka Olvada How did that apostrophe get In there Did lie corns by way of tlie Emerald Isle or Is it just n slip ot thn formed Okatia into O leel that tho world should know However there is a much more seri ous aspect to the incident than the foregoing or it It Isnt serious some body will make It so before long Hov nbout tho Japanese exclusion laws Hare we any on tho statute books of Iowa If not shouldnt there be Ft great tidal wave of ot I hf makings ot a political some new prophet ot engulf our rich Mississippi vil ley Lookn to ua as if hero is the sun In which i end oC world can ride into office in a few years Wo are not unmindful of the fact that a good many Iowa farmers prob ably will feel that there isnt much danger ot a Japanese agricultural In vasion becavisa they think the Japa nese aro smart enough to see thai farming In Iowa where a handful of rieo and water doesnt maka a crop Isnt all that It may be somewhere else It is more than likely that Kood ones among them who do Uie thing tlie book farmern tell them tn do nnd use common seriso Ieslde3 wH watch with Interest farming rn rcer of Mr Oknda or OJCada whichever it may turn out to be Still heres th5 makings pf a first rate Issue on which some astute per son can make a political ktUlnK if It is bandied rlshtTy Juat a S1 tow Peril In Iowa What posslblll llof loom beforo us fn the meantime Mr Oknrta o OKada watch out for Iho nlirbtV wcxrers GRETA rAimo 15 Timin v Portland Oreconian Greta Garbo has gono back to her homo town Stockholm fjweden She may only over tho Chrlstmao holidays sho may not return here at all Greta s a prudent lass and economical and slis has not thrown her earnings away as have many of the film stars She hasnt bought a mansion nor even a high priced car Instead nhe lias l n small suito of rooms In a hotel out ot tbo lllRh rent district inr youd never give hrr nijdest littlo car n fe ond look unless you saw the languid white faeed Gictt lounging inside Even then your first Ihot would be Jiat hor super horsepower car sprung a tire and that she was riding POEMS THAT LIVE j TUB NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES1 Vnmcis TinuriliHnii ISftMttH The night a thousand eyes And tho dny but one Yci the light of the bright world dies With the dying aim Tho mind lias a ilioutuirul eyea Ami the licnrt hut one Yet tho light of a whole life dies When s dono FEACB BurliilRfnn HawkEye Elect Hoover la ulll to ho PO iscd witli theuse of on il3 South American linoro mlpsinv Imt ho looica forxvard to urins hr Jnitcd States navy milnly ii of pMce Tl mav look on facn oC it to USR iKittlesIiIrm siil lino on goodwill missions Vn somehow the moro nn Amortraii aiders the matter the moro llkoy to agree Tho soodwlll represent i tlve In such s casn brnriiipow er in ono hand and nn olive branch n the other And military or navnf powrr doesnt make such n poor und for tiio olivo brnnrh It Eliowr that national in a hack ords Greta Is thrltty Jn other STAKING IKIGS EXIEVSIVE Albert Tejt Tribune The most cf fectivo cure is touching tho porkct hook At least the Winncbago coiintj Iowa supervisors arc ut this opinlo At a recent meeting ihcy oVclileil to raise tho doK tax ft00 Male ting nro to be licensed Cor 2UO and fe tiinles 5lno Tho boanl member pay that if tills Increase in Iog ta dortj not tho desired decreaso in population nmonfc thr canines next year they will nuike the tnx S300 an SIOO TEio new law in Iowa allow supervisors in various counties t placo the license for logs as high e and S500 of atid courage not If Oi it js rxrMon1 lo have a nower but U Is tvrannouR to liko a clant Shnkcpneare Tho uso of naval noTCer for crarlnnn crrnnrls to other nnttoits Is the inorr excellent wav WHERE TKKK MKiflT RK FOUND Cnunril Rlufrs Nonpareil Th Stoux City Journal wants to know what has become of Pcok There t n strong susplrton abroad In tho land that when Keck is found It will KomewluTo tn iroxlmty of tho bulk oC thnt Tlapkolt turned over lo hit keeping wtlh Iho hope thnt it would innd tho midwest 3Lato3 In Ihc Al Smith bandwagon JUST TITIHR Marsh all to mi Times Krnublican A north Tosva naner it donsnL take nnv rournco to lie n democrat in Missouri or a ronubllcari In Town Seems L luisnt hoard tho rrrpm from Missouri Anrl Ju revere It doesnt follow that ttnkera nnn cnlnmitv hmvlora nrn rnnr ngeous 4io me Limes its just their ills ONEMINUTE PULPIT Six days shall work bo dono the seventh day It tho sabbath of rost an holy convocation yo shull do no work therein It Is the hath ot the Lord in all your Inf J These nro tiio feasUj of tho Lord t even holy convocations which yo 8haU proclaim In their J I Leviticus xxill ;