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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 23, 1929, Mason City, Iowa nin i ife Syndicate Newspaper Office m13 East State Street Telephone Numbers 27 23 and 29 years wondering what had become ot him Nobody waits I long Jn this day to hear about anybody It j Is a watchful world Competition la keen and there are Wji F MUSEEditor w EARL HALLManaging Editor LEE P LOOMISBusiness Manager KRO GOKDO CO REPUBLICAN Established ISfil Veekly GlobeEstablished May ISSZ Daily Globe Established October ISaO The Mason CJty Founded In 1870 Issued Every Week Day Afternoon by MASON tTIY GLOUEUAZETTE COMPANS MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS IBs Associated Presa exclusively entitled to the UK for publication ot all news dtspatcbw credited to It or not otherwise credited in thb paper and atao all local news published herein Official Iirpcr hi the City and County SUBSCRIPTION KATES in Mason City and Clear Lake Dally per year r00 per week 16 Outside of Maaon City and Clear Lake Dally per year by carrier Dally per week by carrier 15 Daily per year by mall 4 no 6 months 5225 3 months J125 1 mouth to Uutstde 100 mile zone daily per 600 months 3335 3 months tl75 Advertising Ratea Furnished on Application Entered at the Postofflco ai City Iowa as Second Class Matter i I MARSHALFOCHIMPROVED world iejoices at dispatches of the past few days I to tho effect that improvement is noted in the condi tion Marshal Foch It can be said ot the marshal lhat he is the only European commander in the World war with tho exception of Ihe German von Hlndenburg possibly whose reputation gained rather than lost during Uie conflict An obscure instructor In tactics at tho out creak of tlio war first mobilized as commander ot a U brigade of reserves far behind the lines ho developed i such skill nnd force in successive commands that in the last year of tho war not even interallied jealousies were able lo cloud tlio fact that his was tho keenest military f intelligence on tho allied side It is to tho everlasting crcillt of General Pershlng chief ot the A E F that In tho dark days when the lack of unified command on ihe west front was demoral the defense against Germanys big push he was able to give the final push to tho demand for one su v1 prcrno chief by volunteering to place the enlire Amcr I lean army under hla orders The olher allies could do no less Thus at a stroke was accomplished what four years If of failure and loss had not been able to bring about Marshal Foch was never somehow a popular figure ij in France He was essentially a man of mind rather than i spirit In all Ida brilliant army career he never had the popular appeal ot Papa Joffre for example in spite of tho fact that It was Foch rather than Joffre who won f the first baltlo of the Marne on which Joffres great V reputation was built Foch never went in for politics i after the war which seems lo he almost inevitable in tho case of a French general One has hardly heard from I him sinco the armistice so quietly did ho relurn to Ills roatlno duties Even the war generation lias largely for gotten him Yet Foch as a strategist wrote history that will live so long ns armies are maneuvered Ha outguessed and the masterstrategist Germany jj anahandled masses of men on a scalo larger than any commander In history His campaigns will be for years lo come as aro those of Nnpolcon by who wish to learn the art ot war ITS FREE MR HOOVER ies of late have selected Mr remains for the president to ratify what has been decided for him And In this thero may be a llltle practical difficulty for it seems that no two forecasters have been considerate enough to select the same men tor tho cabinet A Now York JleraldTrlbuno dispatch states with some iiusitiveness that Secretary lardino will remain as secrclary of ngricullure The correspondent says that while he didnt get his information direct from Mf Hoover it came from sources close to him ami reliably Informed Perhaps that Is true but wo hops not Retention of the Kansan would not be popular in tho agricultural sections where Mr Hoover most conspicuously will be on Irlal Jn the Coolidge ndinlnislrillim he baa stood opposed to the program of farm relict backed by most farm organi zations In many quarters Mr Jardino is pictured as wearing horns While tho GlobcGazctIc does nol hold nearly as low an opinion of Mr Tardlne as lhat of many lowans It does not believe that he has brot to his office a high de gree of ability or vision There is a serious doubt whether the former educator Is enough of an administrator to put into effect tho Important principles of agricultural relief that are a part of Mr Hoovers political philosophy Xclthcr as an item of political stratcry nor as a prac tical business proposition does the retention oC Mr Jar dine spneal to the Iowa viewpoint I jyrASHIN01ON lispatchc I Hoovers cabinet 11 ill MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE WEDNESDAY JAN 23 P A HAD AN IDEA ANYHOW QNE of those funny suits la being tried In New York one over no less a classic than Abies Irish Rose Anno Nichols who wrote produced and made a mlllloi out of what tho critics called tho worlds play and which broke alltime records for attend ance and run on Broadway ia the producers of a motion picture called The Cohens and the Kcllys if memory serves Miss Nichols thinks her Idea was stolen by the brazen flickerkings Granting Hint Vtlaa Nichols haa an fdea which is doubtful If one can trust the crltfcs it doesnt follow thnt the movie producers stolo It from her when they took it Because strange as it may seem its nn ancient Idea ShaJrcsncnic had ono mttch lilce it In The Merchant of Venice It hag dono duty In vaudeville skits Innumer in tho trial at New York Billy Watson of Beef Trust fame testified that he has been running a piny of the same motif on the tentwcntthirf circuit for twcntyfivo years The Joke about the conflict of temperament between the Jews and tjio Irish Is ns old ns anything In Joo Millers book All of which la wellknown to tho smart lawyers who are trying tho case all over tho New York newspapers Jf you ask us back here in the socalled sticks we will freely admit that it looks like smart pressstuff to us Jlolh HUSH Nichols ami tho moviefolks are getting won derful free reading notices and they would 1x5 justified in splitting the costs of action no matter who wins 1C any NOBODY IS LOST TT IS hard to be lost In the world now Go to the South L Pole but the power ot radio follows you Commander j Byrd speaks from far Anlaretica to hundreds ot thou sands thru the newspapers When Peary struggled toward Hie North Polo tho country waited for a year or tivo no rewards for tho sleepers THREE EGOTISM AND FEAR is largely an expression of egotism We take our setvos and our lives so seriously that we are all out of proportion in our fours Uecause wo think we are very Important we caro luu much what others think about our actions Because we have such an exalted opinion of the value of ourselves on this speck of laml In this Immeasurable universe we arc nil out of propor tion in our feirs tor our comfort and safety iiestms What do you necfl to know Is thero some point about your business or pcrsonnl life that nuzzles you Is there soincthinR you want to know without clulay biibimt your question o Frederic J Haskln director inrarmiilion Jiuicnu Ho is cm M V your mnuiry fin MIISOM Cly GlobDGiwclio Information Utireait lrc eric 1 Hiislun Director Washington II C nntl in close ccnls in coin or stamps for return noslngo Q Of what nationality were the fathers of A Smith anil Herbert Hoover F S A Governor Smithsfather was born In New Tork City and his grandfather was Irish and emigrated from Ireland before the birth ot the governors father Her bert Hoovers father was also born in tho United States and was of German and English descent schoolWLaisT nay bB PlnCed da n A It has been cslimated that the daily value ot edu cation in on elementary school la 55 in a high school and In a college 100 This study was based upon a sur yey of less than a thousand people and for that reason it is subject to inaccuracy Q Where was tho first iilay given in America A The first dramatic performance ever given In America took place Sept 15 1752 at Willlamsburg Va ji Wllcn 1vre snns first used in England A The early history of guns Is largely a matter of conjecture Kxploslvcs were used by the Chinese and the ancient Greeks In the course ot time the uso ot Greek fno became extended and tubes were placed In the bows or war giillys from which flaming material was discharged The first record of guns in England is a picture with a a hand gun for firing an arrow dated 335 In 13M cannons were used by the English at the siege ot Catnhrai When will the orange blossum festival bo belli in Ifomla K l V A It Is being held at from Tan 22 to When did newspapers begin to carry adver tisements N K A In the seventeenth century small advertisements appeared in newspapers for books tea cotfeo or medicine A heavy stamp tax hampered Ihe growth ot newspapers and advertising in Kngland until 1S55 In America ad vertisements appeared in the early colonial papers Brief nollccslold oC new goods just Imported from JJnRland coffee ahivo sales runaway slaves and sonants or lost cattle Newspaper advertising on a large scale from the establishment of the New York Sun in 1833 fol lowed shortly by the New York Herald the Philadelphia I ubhc Ledger andHie New Yurlt Tribune lWhen wns coal first used ns fuel C M A The value of coal does not seem to have been known to the ancients nor is it known at what timeit began to bo used for fuel Somo say that it was used by the an cienl JJritoiis ar all events it was an article of household consumption to some extent duringtho period as early ns A D Sf2 f mure vessels pass thru tho Panama or cannl J W i A In 1020 5187 vessels with a net tonnage of 24774 591 passed thru the Panama canal and in tho same year iOSO vessels oC 20060377 tons passed thru Iho Suez canal fl Mow manj dead aro cremated in ilio United it n year 7 II A Morn 30000 Q What Is the Amana colony M J A Amana is 1 postvillago ot Iowa county Iowa in Amana township on tho Chicago Milwaukee and St Paul railroad 2fi miles northeast of Cedar Rapids ft Is tho principal abode ot tho Community of True Inspirit Lion a society of German Protestant Christians fol lowers to some extentof Bohme and Scluvenkenfcld They moved to Iowa from Ebenezer N Y In 1855 Q Can sponges be planted and mailo to grow A Sponges are one of the lowest forma ot animal life II Ispossible to detach buds or branches ot Iho sponge which will growand live separately Marine gardens of yonges have been established in quiet lagoons In Florida i Can boys who are crippled become Uoy Scouts A Scout training is valuable In helping boys to over eomo physical handicaps The scout organization has de veloped a division called Achievement Scouts In which other or skill are substituted for the tesls which crippled boys can not pass Your BROADWAY And Mine By Walter Winchcll YORK Ian columnist for a western rag of whom it was once said He is another Jack London is dls IribuUng phone hooks here Imagine Anno Nichols embarnissincnt on the 20tli Century when eho discovered that Carl Laemrnles drawing room war alongside hers She sued his company for millions Ed Cohlentz cd oC the X Y American started with Hearst 30 yrs ago and never had a contract A local Sunday magazine section edito story break in the Times Twenty five years ago Mrs Henry Slegel o ho then famous SlegelCooper dept store was a ioeletv TVIM Bcf0re her she was Marl hn Wilde a newspaper woman Today she I a delinquent tax collector for the Federal GoVt here THE young mans age Is twentyfive A Hes earning fiftyseven weekly And being vital and alive He courts a prettypretty meekly Tlio girl twentytwo Shes sorry that his name Is But whats a poor young thing to one cant land John Gilbert The years roll bride hip lost Her looks and has wrecked her But she has gained nt millo a cost Her IsaboUo and Hector Thus blissful wedded life slips by They dine at yawn at seven I m certain thnt in time theyll die AnrI oh of course theyll go to heaven WAHN A to for Unlycrsnls forthcoming picture Show Boat Parsons Bride Is tho first piece THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY THAT STEAKHEH j I REMEMBER VJHEN YOU SOLD A STEAK LIKE THAT FOR How MANY HAVE TOLD You NOT TO DROP THAT CLEAVER ON MY BUN ION THDOT SIXTY 1 NINE CeHTSl THUMB DtCHT HAUfASMUCH AS IT DOES NOWr JAe BOWERS HAS SfcUris TftIS JOKeONCEA WEEK FOR THEPAST TEN U S of All Americas Pictured as Feasible Customs Union Including Every New World Republic j Is LatinAmerican Statesmans Dream Tty CHAIUKS V STKWAKT see hmv a conuh A H l I N j T ci ihe enough Ian the l hohl them iiffaintt all outsldo ef average petty poli ticians tinhorn Imagination any concept of n Unit ed Stales of all the Amerkas is about a million sizes too big to grasp I proved it re cently by experi ment Tho Idea is no Invention of mine discuss it a good deal but it was new to the con grcasman I tried it 011 thinking it might especially interest him as a foreign relations LINCOLN MEMORIAL npm I dont believe It would make a It in my district wag all he said Not a minutesconsideration of It n its merits He simply couldnt see forts to rip them apart and yet with surriiient Independence of Individual action to prevent friction among them It would be an Ideal combination as the LatinAmericans see it North America is rapidly becoming moro and more industrialized South America seemingly was designed bj nature to remain mainly agricultural Complementary continents Peters Adventures A Daily Uedtime Story By SIRS FLORENCE SMITH VINCENT A BLOW IN THE DARK HEE lice llec nnd Haw Haw Haw Gobbled all the Turkeys i great glee at Horned Owls mis take and then young and old they spread their wings and roso Into the air and boforo the old Owl knew what was happening oft they alt In all direc tions Horned Owls chance to dine on fowl was gone nobody knew It better thui he And With a shriek ot anger away ho went looking more like a hobgoblin than ever in the moonlight his flapping wings malting shadows that lie boy tliot to himself looked like ghostly sails bobbing along on a silver sea But the boy did not have jiiuch chance to watch the shadows Peter found lhat if he didnt take caro h would find himself slipping from friends back for Gobbler had taken to hfa winga with his brothers of the wltds and with outspread tail was making for the nearest trees Peter remembered the Owls tumble and he lml no notion to meet with such a crash BO he stopped look iiifeback over Ills shoulder ana clasped his arms tightly around Gobblers ilccic his friend Xof too tight please or Diet and Health By Lolu Hnnl M D Aiidreu Inqiilliu to Dr Vdtn ore GlobtGutlte ud twloie i y ividence cf pxd lajth berijl 10 ctnu m coin U you wish Redudm id uatoing ramphlct SCALDHEAD IS CONTAGIOUS I HAVE what doctors call lavus 01acaldhead I hav been doctoring It for about seven years Several time it cleared up but it always came baclc and it always set mo wild The last doctor said It was a tungus growtl a mushroom You cant imagine how grateful would be If I could be cured I m 61 years old male I could worl ny votes in It lor himself was wrong at that Im sure TOW13VER it isnt likely such a 1 hint would bounce off President Icct Hoover as if he were cased in rmor plate and It must have been red at him pretty fJenuently on his outhern tour Every economist south C the Rio Grande has the notion in is back of his hopeless y but aa a thing to be suggested vhcnever thcro seems to be Iho least banco that It will do any good ircnr f them can have missed an opportun ty liko Mr Hoovers visit V customs union Including every World the Latin incriciui statesmans dream A nocking down ot all tariff barriers Canadian border to Cape Tanqul agriculture certainly 1 would object is Iho midwest would fight tho free ad mission of Argentine far thest west tho entry ot River Plate ment and eeovcrs the com petition of Cuban sugar tho suppose the original United States had barred out the wesl lest tho corn belt ruin New England fanning and Cali fornia fruit undersell Floridas Would It ultimately have been as ivell for Uncle Sam EUROPE would go frantic over the tying up of the Americas would be numerous most favored na lion treaties to scrap A United Statesconstitutional amendment might be necessary to permit reciprocity Tho LatinAmericans can ECO all this But what of urge Con siderable readjustment would bs worth while In their judfjrncnt to accom plish what they insist would be so de an end om the lorn VERYEODT knows how absolute j freedom ot commerce does bind tales together so it 13 easy to fare 0F c vou hands rourse InAmerican lid tumble bodily Into Yanqul La tinAmerican Imperialism fears of Yrn Ynlsh for what further purpose could It have And yet the basis of the union xvoulfl bo enornipualy to IS uAmerican ad vantasoj too Soutliern propunentn oC the paint a lovely picture of it as they arc conf i dent U wo ulil look real izci They surely painted it for Mr Hoover OTHER EDITORS again if it wasnt for my scalp C Favus Is a skin disease somewhat on the order of ringworm and Is sometimes called enisled or honey comb ringworm It is contagious and you must bo very careful not to hold and use towels combs or brushes Bu othern C Tlio discass is not com mon In tho United Stales but is com paratively frequent In many JEuro pcan countries It Is caused by a vegetableparasite and la character ized by pinheaded or peasized soft cupshaped yellow crusts tending sooner or later to run together It AJ SMITH AVaterloo Cnurior Tho apparently well authenticated report that form er Gov Al ymlth supposedly a com paratively poor man actually Is a millionaire twice over thru fortunate operations In the stock market vrill encourage stilt more Tvidcsiirerul speculation Al lo Albany 5 years ngo a assemblyman in a suit o clothes In neither legiulaLur nor the executive mansion did he re ocl vo any fabu lou a Kilary Ho re money to maintain his houae hold and rear and educate his clill ina 000 you will shut off myl wind and goodness knows I need it till to carry us both tof the grove over yon a good HUNT thins you were on PETERS M D my back I feel no braver than R Spar row when I seo an Owl and altho T should have torn Siowth Your doctor said it was liko a mushroom out my feathers for it afterward havent a bit doubt but that J should liavo flown off and left you to your fate T couldnt have helped myself The shock has upset my nerves dreadfully I need a good sleep Surely the whal thero in left of ought lo bo peaceful enough Iiere We are nearing Iho is on tlio scalp but it may occur on any portion of the skin and occasionally attacks the nails By a vegetableparasite is meant a very low type of vegetation tliat lives on other living vowth Your doctor said it was liko a mushl ause a mushroom is n fungus but Iho cause of this j disease Is a very much lower form of vegetable Mfo than tho mushroom It is called nohorion Schoiilcillii 1C you A HUGE SHAPE BOUNDED INTO THE harm AIR underbrush T shall take good care to pickout a I can find that is far from the top I dont want to Hsk another visit from Horned Owl tonight But nlnsj and alack for Gobblers best laid plans ta lu How quint and coof O1sovero your treatment nnd you dont watch your went astray Nut yet were the poorTuVkcystoiravcany peace Just RJCiobhlor was about to enter the underbrush a huge shapo suddenly bounded into the air nnd with a wild shriek knocked the Wild Turkey right In front of aucuoii coitoi to tho ground Tho blow had come so quickly keeps it out of his home so his children e noor victim proLabty did not know what had wont bo frightened by It Signing lt checks is now called spraining the Bu a1 tlle Turkeys did That was plain to wrist Edna May Oliver of Show Peter m the cries ear rasc the Turkeys uttered Boat Is secretly divorcing her recently nnd e tcrfed efforts Ihey made to get out of the acquired husband but prefers that the lttackcr s reach story break in the Times Tlio Lynx Is JANUARY 23 J D BIckel who has heen manager of tho Bickel com pany whose office is at tho foot of Seventh street has resigned his managership nnd has been succeeded by Mr Borckel who has been with tho company some time Mr Blckels plants are not announced of Hoovers empty horse radish bottles boys nnd girls get busy they are good for 1 cent each room 9 over Fishers coal office 121 West Fifth street The Marshalltown high school basketball team defeated ihe Mason City high school team in a game of basketball last night by n scare of 3G to IS boys team Tho frame was a fnst one but he locals were outclassed The attend ance was very good The construction of one of the largest passenger launches yet floated on Clear Lake was begun today it that place by the Younglovc Construction company onnerly of this city but now of Sioux City Carl Young love arrived from City yesterday and ivont to the lake this morning to begin work with i crew ot men upon to bo put together The boat will be SO feet in length and with a nino and a half foot beam and capable of carrying J50 passengers chuleElso McComIch Undecided as Ihe door of a Bubway IrainKay AUJler ferred to n more lucrative position on the cant extension S Vis to VlaUnS 10 tllC lli3 frCn1 lln S a mn J M Iianhln wa9 e has been appointed janitor of tho new postofflce building nn will COtnpet8d Th Is transmitted from one person to an other or from infected cats dogs fowl and sometimes caltie and hordes The common or usual site of favus Why tho prospective Rlock daubTer will Inquire cant J do the same o near enough IIic to fiv me comfortably for life Theanswer In that he ho Tiad Smiths iojunhitance contael7 and connections Look over the of InsMers upon whose lins Gov AI Is said lo have relied Johnny BT ANT NAME KnoxYille Express Thfi federn trado commission Is after the mumi facturers oC the soft drink known ns Cherry Blossoms The commission claims that Ihe use ot thi name Cherry Blossoms tends to dcceivo and mislead tho public because ii is not made from any pruduel of cherry nor from cherry blossoms Thats what comes of filling the fed eral trado commission with hajj headed factgrubbing literalminded business men instead of men of imagination Xo doubt Parker house rolls will have to go unless It pan be shown that like lo know tho scientific name ob the miracle man of General Mo tors Mike Moolian the guiding genius I of Uadio corporation Gerald Swnpc the MS fellow In General Electric The governor was acting not mere ly on the advice of experts but in advice of the leading exports and speeialifts in he country Hach w in a position to know all the iirrtin ent faclg and circumstances likely t influence the particular slock he re commended Kach gave Smith frrc jof clmrge Information worth lltrnillv Jackson slnles that in tho treatment there aro thrccl JLj weapons faith perscvcranco and parasiticides mcdlca f of dollars in 1 101 niation obtainable In no olhrr way tions to kill the The Xray treatments arc the most effective parasiticides If HICEO cannot lie se cured then medications have to be used One lhat ir recommended is nn ointment made of orio dram of resovcm to the ounce of lanolin and oil half and half Before using any parasiticide the bahon the snots Uiat arc affected should be pulled out Then Iho scalp is to Add to thin the fact that usually them bo scrubbed with soap and water the lather to remain on Lucre nf iim from five to thirty minute then rinsed off Follow this mpUnKlo follow I with Iho medication It must bo used daily ieniptnK lo follow I Tim reason you dont get cured C is that you dont scalp carefully enough to see if any new spots are com back and so dont get at it in the beginning Your general nutrition and health are important no seo to those also Seo if you cannot go lo a clinic in your city AVe have an article on Balanced Diet which you mav have MISS 1 L are going to be disappointed about getting tho reduction pamphlet for while you in closed 10 centi In coin you faled to inclose a adtlrwseil stamped envelope s a s e or even nut your address on your letter Im you try again observing the column rules matter what article or pamphlet is asked for the request must be accompanied by the s a s o and 2 cents In coin for all articles except the reducing nnd gaining pamphlet for which 10 cents in coin and tho s a s c are necessary These charges are to help defray the cost of printing and handling Next Answers lo Mothers Mr Stewart1 fncnds who urn soliciting proxies for the purpose of keeping him where he Tho liveliest fight for leadership in Standard Oil or any other big indus try for some time Is on with both sides willing to back it with their money No one who wants to sell his I stock right now need hunt a buyer POEMS THAT LIVE THE VJOIFT Jane Taylor 17831821 Down in a green and shady bed A modest violet grew Its stalk was bent it hung its head As It to hide from view And yet it was a lovely flower Its colors bright and fair It might have graced i rosy boner Instead ot hiding there Yet there It was content tn bloom Tn modest tints arrayed And there diffused a swcei perfume Within tho silent shade Then lot mo to the valley KO This pretty flower to see Thit I may also iearn ti grow In sweet humility The price lias gone up nome points Marslialltoivn TfinesRenti h 1 1 a it owing lo the readiness of the f IghtingPrs Pendray lowan Udv I c dilator oil men to pick up all the stock that j occupies the same seat once held was afloat j her father as a member or the nssew Tho Rockefellers propose to find out i lv H mi perceivethat MnX who is running Standard Oil Thcv Ruth are ncy Ui0 only used to have to take all tlio abuse fronY beaclie for invcjtiilg In a given slock when really big fortunes can be made from a small outlny and you have some conception of Hie chances againnt tlie in Smiths foot Till STANDARD Oil KIG1IT Ucmnrrat Anyone who tliem anil oxtntl BOUD ivJIl bare o havo oxtnll in It and a cottage ill every cotlago pudding and angelfoorl If lie shown that it is a egular article ot diet In Ihe nw cnisalem And Frankfurlors and Vienna loavcx and Waterown Recv and French fried potatoes lo nii nothing of tho hirdseyo maiii English plum pudding and devilled can they be justiried without a strong draft on tho jr agination The federal trado run mission ought to know that It make all the difference in the world whether you call a drink fluriy BUissouia or Rod Sweetened AVitcr sonic Standard Oil stock la remalc the wisecrack to Apostlo GUTTING milKUTTONS Siollv Jit5 The Baltimore bun says I hat when Ainiro Melhernon waj in fllasgow rho a Kinall hoy to direct fier to the posl offlco and he did so that a L mani Irstatlin of iier appreciation she in vited him to coinn around tr hr moeliiiK that night and promised in Nliow the road to heaven anil MiU Ifie Scotch laddie lae hellye dlnna ken yer road l Um postofficc jf ihe Scotch lidoi lid say that he ought to be Bucd for irespassmp or InrrlngcnuMit of copv right or BoinethlnK uf by the New newsboy who said the Mainr thing in Bowery direct lo Hcnrv War Beecher in 1ST1 Or it o Jfacedoman urchin nlio origlnallv eelvlng callers these days He has had a letter ai least from John D rtockc feller Jr Mking for his proxy to bel MR IIOOVKK TIIK ROSS Waterloo Tribune There o e aienoo Tlnr iised at tho approaching annual meet telling how long Mr Me on Jm ing to dethrone Colonel Robert W I main as secrearV Mr Vrt Stewart from Stewart from tho mana r r euon of the to running things Mr Hoove Hooier T t k ui LJU i u M 11 j JJL I iinCTS Ml iTrvriim Indiana company Ua is being called used to running so Inml upon nersonallv bv vfr nnv I they ttve nsrrco na to and ing ono member otthe cabinet tn JBUe mlh the iccretaryeverylnlnr will us all right Tut Mr Mellon understands before he asraws 0amTiho Hoover administration that Mr Hoover will be the bosr FATHERS SEAT those who didnt like the company or its methods Cniuiicl Stewnrt wants lo know trio lie thinks bo has hncr running it all right and doesnt pro pose to riuit until he is kicked out nnd JliDOF KENVOVS MKI1AI retcrsim Palriitt Tudgn Kcnvnn Jiriw heen awcmled the ttv vaklan medal If that may prove a rather difficult taskJ 1vil1 anv melnl wn want them ome from that w can at spell lea1 pronoiniro ret in i ll L f HAMMirr HAS MK Marshalllown Hnns Of Cnv lliiriiiult tiimfelr it Is lo said that he has grown and Ivelopcd greatly since his first inauguration He has been i good governor excel lent givernnr an governors so COMKS moil JHT llubbard Jieview Governor Ham mill who has been acting is 1iulget director since the death of Mr llnxne hiia approved the request for with uhfcli to pay the cxpenss Ihe State nf loua and its vaLiuun insliliilions tile nrxt vetrs While tliis scorns like a lot of iiiimcy and Is more than twn inillims ivas given hc slcte the list two years yet we must remember that I is n big atitr and has smne great f instilutions to support state 1 J university is among the best in I the United States and the college al i Ames is the best of its kind niivi where We have many to caro for in Inatltutiotis nnd all these take money to keep them mi I wish tho could tic lowetvl ut let ll thnse rhat put their trilt and yet we are none of us willing to Ihco rejoice lit ihem evushout for mil ho thoHO Institution of ours less JOV because ihuu dofendwt them lot ONEMINUTE l theiii also that lovo thy name be efficient Governor llnmmill ni LU enough to do before tho death of Mr ful in lliee Ifogue Sr he must ho ti busy i tliim lonl wilt bless the rish with the budget no well B Uiy RUV enu with tnvoui win thoii on lila Imnila him tto vU x n LUC aiay ingi ;