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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 14, 1929, Mason City, Iowa OCTOBER 14 i 1929 A Syndicate Newspaper Issued Every Week pay by the MASON CITY COMPANY St Telephone Nos 2728 and WILL F MUSES Editor W EARL HALL Managing Editor LEE P LOOMISBusiness Manager OF THE ASSOCIATED FKKSS The Associated Press ts exclusively entitled to tho tise for publication of all news dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited LQ this paper and also all local news published herein SUBSCRIPTION HATES per year J700 lOally per week 15 Outside of Mason City and Clear Lake Daily per year by carrier 57UU Dally per weeli by carrier Dally per year by mail 4UU 5 months 3 months 1 month 511 Outside 100 mile zone dally per year 60U 6 months S325 3 months Entered at the PostofJice at Mason City Iowa as SecondClass Matter I J an or The reward of one duty Is the power to fulfill ELIOT ANEW ALLIANCE rpHE joint statement by President Hoover and Prime Minister MacDonald which culminated the latters visit to Washington with an announcement of hints at AngloAmerican cooperation in international af fairs from this time forthwill set diplomatic circles agog all over the world That It will be received with indignation in Paris goes without saying it will be taken there aa confirming their suspicions that an AngloAmerican entente is in the making Since en tente literally means no more than understanding that is true But in the diplomatic sense an entente is next door tb an offensiveTdefensive alliance andthat is certainly not what has beenarranged between the heads of the two governments The tripleentente of England France and Russia existing before the war included definite plans for joint military action In certain contingencies with an exchange of notes defining the circumstances under which such arrangements should come into force Cer tainly nothing like this is contemplated by Mr Hoover and Mr MacDonald Yet it is certain that the state ment wiiich clearly indicates an effort on the part of Washington and London to stand together in world affairs has much more behind it than pious plati tudes On the surface it is no more than a joint dec laration that as between themselves each nation ae cepts the fullest implications of the Kellogg treaty but It suggestion of an understanding on world af fairsin general goea much further than that If as is hinted in Washington the understanding is to be the basis of negotiations and final agreement if possible on a new code of maritime law It means much less in practice than AngloAmerican cooperation to control the seven seaawhich could pjieratloa to peace stretched to Its IT If broad it imperfectly apparent El statement sets forth the belief of the two i that the administra tions thatthe re shouldbe close teamwork in world between Washington and London It is equally 3 evident that the prime ministers visit to Washington i was meant to advertise to the world a new orienta of British world policy AH the circumstances de signed to make the visit carry Importance and sig nificance show that Mr Hoover must have known the prime ministers thingsare always thoroly discussed in advance It is obviously a ma lured turn of policy How far the French have ground for their sus picion that this bodes ill for French Interests depends upon the nature of the agreements which are to be reached under the new understanding So far the matter is so diplomatic in statement that only its broadest implications appear These are to the effect that hereafter Britain is turning her face to the United States and her back on the continent in ef fect That is important but hard to understand until incidents begin to take place But the diplomatic world very well realizes that a new alignment Is to be reckoned with hereafter EVALUATING THE SUBMARINE IpjISCLOSURES made thru the BritishAmerican ap proach to Japan on the naval conference suggests J two outstanding items One is that Great Britain and Ithe United States shall reach naval parity by The other is that the submarine shall be abolished Any reaaoningperson will accept asa fact that for i Sreat Britain and the United States to achieve naval parity by pressing a button is entirely Impossible and a period for working out the formulae will be eded Thepoint should not be controversial altho jjno doubt both American and British Jingoeswill seek Ito make capital out of It Abolition of the submarine can bo strongly de on the ground of humanity The sinking of Jthe Lusitania some thirteen years ago was a horror to great as still to live vividly in memory The sub 1 marine is the ambush of the sea It is a beast of prey in the dark Itisthe thug of Mars If it can said that in any event war ia manly the submarine jLsno part of manly warfare On the other sideof the score is the fact that the i lubmarine undoubtedly is the best and cheapest de fense of the smallmaritime nation Many defenders of j the idea that the United States while rejecting of I fenslvewarfare should be defensively equipped have the submarine and the airplane as practically that is necessary to coastal defense Probably public sentiment in allnations cxcept Ung where by propaganda will approve the an to outlaw tiie submarine It has a bad record It lendsitself to abuses It has no part in tho legitimate jjpolicing of the seas and coasts of the world la I wars knife in the boot It represents the deadly and t venomous It would seem that any movement cventu ally to outlaw war must begin by removing the In of the most barbarous phases of warfare President Hoover commenting upon the visit here IS of Premier Ramsay MacDonald observes that the of the greeting accorded the premier every where in America is far more significant than any conversations that have taken place In a way that is trui but we still believe that in the minds of the pub lic that common mannish incident of the leaders of the two countries fitting on a log and discussing vworld destiny in terms understandable in a hotel lobby or a barber shop la even more significant For that showed how farPresident Hoover and Premier MacDonald had withdrawn from all the precedent and red tape that have been employed by wily chancellories to de fend and promote war as an Institution of Interna tional relations MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE AVOIDING WORRY F YOU find yourself putting things off without say good reason for putting them off and if you dread even small ana easy tasks your nerves need rest need smoothing out The habit of procrastination is one of the surest signs of nervous exhaustion nerves are tuned for the days work They are fresh every morning If you get up tired inthe morning1 dont pity yourself and imagine you are working too hard You have probably tired your nerves out by worry The best cure is to study astronomy for three quarters of an hour each how little the earth really is and how much littler man and how few things really matter NOT PROGRESS MERELY CHANGE SPEAKING of styles there is nothing new in the bright colored or suntan stockings now so popular on tho avenue History records that a few hundred yeard ago when New York was a colony of Holland Dutch women wore yellow green blue scarlet brown or white stockings Much that passes for new is re vival Much that passes for progress is merely change The youth of today spends more time looking for parking space than the youths of old spent look ing for fourleaf clovers Great Britains resignation from a mandate to Irak would indicate that mandating isnt as plea sant as once it was cracked up to be Tho newspaper puts at your disposal a corps of trained researchers in Washington who will an swer questions for you If it can be of assistance to youi wrltciyour question plainly and send with a cents in coin or stamps to the GlobeGazette Infor mation Bureau Frederic J Haskin Director Wash ington D C Q How long has the 101 ranch circus been In existence Was Buffalo Bill ever with it R M T A To our knowledge Buffalo Bill was never with the 101 ranch show This show started in 1907 and was on the road until 1917 It started again in 1025 and has been out ever since Q How many visit Washingtons monument FN A On Monday Sept 30 1929 the total was 9 153760 Q What areithe largest bureaus In the ernment GE B A Among the largest are Veterans Bureau Bu reau of Internal Revenue Bureau of Standards Pa tent OfficeBureau of the Bureau of Plant Industry and Bureau of Animal Industry Q What caused the Liberty bell to crack O B A Independence hall says that the answer to this question is purely a metallurgical one As with many people a disorder might becalled hereditary dating from birth so the defects in the Liberty bell dated from the day of its casting Metal castings are subject to strains due to natural shrinkage while cooling The original crack was probably due to cooling strains Q Was Lady Aster married twice 3 W A As Nancy Langhorne she married Robert Gould Shaw in 1897 She obtained a divorce in 1903 and three years later married William Waldorf Astor tj What is the average annual mileage of a passenger automobile A B A It is figured at 11000 miles Q What Is a granndllla W S A A tropical American fruit oval shape of a greenish yellow color Q How much money did one of the DuPonts leave the University of VlrginU last year J T D A Philip F DuPont a memberof the Wilming ton DuPont family bequeathed to this university in trust a sum approximating six millions of onehalf of the incometo be used for scholarships and the other half for general purposes of the university Mr DuPont died in May 1928 and in accordance with the terms of his trust they began to receive the income on said fund immediately THREE THE OLD HOME TOWN By Stanley By CHARLES P STEWART ASHINGTON Oct 14 T h e fuse sputters vi ciously as every passing day brings tho requi site spark for a terrific explosion nearer to the southern textile powder barrel A few more killings here an additional kid TH BOYS THE STOI5E THE STORY CONFESSIONS OF HEARD WERE FOR A ON IT FEELS TO LOAF FORTY WITHOUT THANKS FOR THE LINEH VMR1ST LEANING COMPLIMENT I D0NT MUCH f VJRITINQ THERE WAS UTTLE F ANY TISUTH IN THe WIDELY SPREAD THAT ED VJ HIS WAS UP Violence in Carolina Shows Textile Danger Killings Kidnapings Floggings Give Warning of Ap preaching Explosion Stewart Notes naping or fldg Sundown Stories By OKAI1AM BONNlill THE INDIANS NAME Little Black Clock was the most perfect com panion for adventures Hecould do anything Diet and Health By Lulu Hum Pcceri M D Address inquiries to Dr Iettcs care CitobeGiUetle and enclose envelope Sign your name aa evidence of good faiti Send 10 cents in coin if vau wish Reducing and Gaining Pamphlet ging there a fresh strike some other is the warning sizzling Plenty of p9o ple can see and hear it and all of hem are crying out in cept the folk who will be right on op of it when the blast does come Their sole preoccupation is to pre vent anyone from recognizing that he slightest danger obviously MUST be recognized if he fuse is to be stamped out in irae to prevent a catastrophe DURING a long two hours on a recent afternoon I looked on from the gallery at the fight which Senators Simmons and Overman of Carolina were waging in op losition to a congressional investi ation of the Dixieland textile in ustry Other southern senators also be trayed a keen interest in the strug gle but these two evidently consid sred themselves especially under he gun inasmuch as the worst of the recent trouble in the cotton raili ng region has centered in their state and it is there that an inquiry nto textile pay and working condi ions presumably would be if at all most immediately unpleasant Unpleasant maybe Neverthe ess exposed powder burns rather a startling puff to e sure and possibly at the expense of nearby hair and eyebrows Con inement however is what gives It its potency for real damage DIABETES LIKES OVtiKWKLGHT RS is a normal internal secretion of the pancreas having to do with the chemistry of car ibohydrates sugars and starches in the body and the M How glad John and Peggy were that he had never reason the injections of prepared insulin are so helpful been thrown away simply tfccause he could no longer in diabetes is that it supplies what the patients own keep the ordinary timeand because hig hands always pointed to 7 oclock If he had been thrown away they would never have had these trips with him But everyone loved the Little Black Clock whether he could keep the right time 01 hqtvHewas such a dear looking little clock He had a lovely expression on his face Now he had let them into his secret He had told them how he could turn backwards or forwards or any time at all except the correct time because of magic that had given him What did they care about the correct time when the Little Black Clock could let them be anywhere any time at all Why this made all the difference in the world The Little Black Clock had turned the time back to the days when Columbus had landed Never as John BOBROADWAY By JOSEPH VAN RAALTE NEW YORK Oct word got out a year or so ago that Ed Davis multimillionaire oil man from Texas wasloose on Broadway with the rubber band on his wallet fractured and paying angel to a dead show there was a general rush in his direc tion in which several of The Boys and one or two of The Girls were seriously Injured And be it noted that in all the paddling round hes done on The Lane from that time to this he has yet to be initialed into the Ancient Order of SadEyed Suckers EW YORK is honeycombed with employment agen of them gyp joints whose proprietors experience no qualms in taking the last pennies from menand women out of work These harpies are said to net an income of a year It would be interesting to know what there Is in this world valuable enough to buy with that hind of money OTEFFANSONfthe Arctic explorer sipping Turkish coffee at Romeni Maries place in the Village Newsies using the deepset window ledges of the Harri man bank on Fifth Avenut as paper stands They bring their own bricks from Third Avenue to weight the papers down One of the loveliestgirls in New York laboring at a desk in a wholesale radio equipment shop at 20th street and Broadway She has spungold hair done up in a little knot on the back of her head and is worth traveling from the Pacific coast to take a squint at Tho Library Area one of the busiest regionson earth with not a clock in sight A traffic cop at Sixth Avenue and 48th street leading a blind Degress thru traffic and smiling down into hersightless eyes with the sympathy that only a strong man can muster A scrubwoman on her way to work in an of flee building pausing to stare into a Fifth Avenue shop window at an exquisite lace bridal veil The dame with the lorgnette and the chewing gum In Woolwbrths The new Fall arti ficial flowers in the windows of Childs Renaissance the old pancake griddle used to nestle The peacock shades of lettering in iron on Fred Frenchs exquisite building on the Rue de la Quince Beer glasses with the Lords prayer in bribed on them in an Eighth Avenue sneakeasy t bus except on a monument They were watchingColumbus now The Little Black Clock had kept his time turned back just that far Columbus had just said India and now he was calling the people Indians Thats what theyve always been called isnt it Peggy asked Ever since this particular time the Little Black Clock answered You see Columbus thinks he has reached the land he was expecting to see these people he thinks belong to India So he Is callingthem Indians Thats how they got their name Peggy exclaimed I guess I did hear that somewhere John added But we cant stay here any longer the Little Black Clock said Weve someone looking for us state munists Bolshevism Coin Foreigners from LULU HUNT PETERS M Di pancreas is falling to supply The insulin that is manufactured by pharmaceutical houses is made from certain portions of animal pancreas of cattle and hogs Insulin was discovered by Dr Banting and his associate of the University of Toronto in 1921 thru work which was carried out on dogs Dr Banting received the Nobel prize in medicine for this discovery It has saved thousands of lives It is not claimed to be a cure for diabetes but thru its use patients can have a much more varied diet and in this O1 New York and New Jersey Free love doctrines Racial equality Atheistic exclam ations fell thick and fast from the lips of the angry pair of Tar Heel solons In vain Senator Wheeler of Mon tana tho investigatory resolutions sponsor tried to stem the with representations that rates of of feudal system of theae were the questions at issue that the American Federation of Labor bit erest foe of communism can hardly be described as a soviet organiza tiqn that racial preachings in any event fall upon deaf ears In an al ready contented community It was all one to Senators Sim mons and workers in OUR by for New York and New Jersey XT V HYSTERICS Senators Simmons and Overman are old 75 both of them They are able senators narily cool composed thoroly cap able reasoners Their outbreak in them was all the more remarkable One is mildly amused to hear an oldfashioned stayathome resident of the little textile mill town of Gas tonia refer to a New Yorker or a Jerseyman as a foreigner It sounds oddly from an experienced traveled member of the United States senate WET folks who are not yet so very i aged can remember when lan guage not greatly different from Senator Simmons or Senator Over mans was freely enough used north of the MasonDixon a time when labor was just coming or more properly breaking into its own in Yankeeland It is not after all for any great number of years that northern em ployers have appreciated the value to themselves of a prosperous class of workers Henry Fords minimum in his factories preceded the World war by no more than twelvemonth or was re garded by many as an extremely dangerous experiment Dixies textile industry I would from barkening to Senators ns and Overman must be Just about at the stage where Yanlcea doms capitalistic and labor groups went to the mat with one and settled their fight and are now on pretty good terms again One might suppose that the south would profit from the norths ex perience thereby saving the former a lot of who ever does profit by experience vicariously OTHER AD JUTS STATE DID IT Garner Loader Thtirsday morn ings issue of the Register on the first page carried statements by Governor Hammill and one of his appointees to office that the state did paint his house in Brltt and way the general health ia greatly four sets of farm buildings which did he expect to see Columj You know dont you that diahetes Is extremely common in the overweight Yes DO per cent of the EARLIER DAYS OCT 14 IflOD President Taft will meet the governors of 32 stales and more than 200 members of congress senators and representatives in St Louis Oct 25 and go down the Mississippi river with them on steamboats to New Orleans to attend the LakesontheGulf deep water way convention to be held there Saturday Oct 30 to Nov 2 Mayor Kirschman lias been notified by the sec retary of the association that Mason City is entitled to a quota of delegates to accompany the fleet of water wagons and has honored the following gentle men with appointments to attend the meetings as dele gates Hon Duncan Rule Col T A Potter Hon I W Keerl W F Muse Hon W E Brice Hon J E E Markley and Hon F E Keelor The mayor has sent each of the gentlemen their credentials with his good J Hancock attached and a pleasant trip is awaiting them if they go The weather man has boon getting busy Monday and today he sent the first touchof weather as a warn ing to his subjects that there is time to get the pump kin under cover and the fodder in the shock There is suspicion that considerable loss will result from the amount of potatoes still in the ground The ther mometer has been at a freezing point for several hours and promises to go lower and the ground ia freezing as a result The following is the advent of snow for several past seasons 1809 Oct 11 1908 Sept 28 1907 Nov 9 1006 Oct 10 1D05 Oct 19 1904 Oct 25 1803 Nov S1902 Nov 14 and 1901 Nov 3 A new store building built by Gene Andrews is in the course of erection on the corner of Main and Marna and will be ready for occupancy about Nov 1 The building Is of brick and overhead are two suites of rooms nicely appointed and may bo occupied by two families Mr Andrews has already leased the store building to Swift and Ward two young businessmen The first announcement of the completed premium awards by the North Iowa district fair was made today by Secretary Barber who as rapidly aa possible has been getting out the results of the judges work at the fair In nearly if not every case each winner of a prize has received his money but as the work of classi fying and awarding has been a tedious one and also beset with considerable difficulty because of the man ner of entries the completed premium list has only today heen received As fast as possible probably in installments of one variety of exhibits the GlobeGa zette will publish them Today the premiums In the horse class exhibit including the ponies and mules irn listed diabetics have been overweight before their pancreas goes on a strike They get thin enough after they get diabetes We have a list of good books on diabetes written by authorities for the layman Also a pamphlet on kidney and bladder disorders which gives simple tests for are located in Hancock county How could he do otherwise but admit it The buildngs newly painted are concrete evidence of fact It is and has been common knowledge of the governors old neighbors and acquaintances in Hancock county and especially so in his homo town of Britt that detecting the presence of sugar in the urine See colj the state did do the painting umn rules for obtaining these V JVE LOST IT pounds so far by following your book Diet and Health and enjoyed both studying It and reducing In one place you list sugar aa two heaping tablespoonfuls to 100 calories and In the resume of the caloric values you have two heaping leaspoonfuls One of these is wrong I imagine it is the two heap ing tablespoonfuls Can you give me the caloric value of avocado bran and a cup of flour MISS B Yes the two heaping tablespoonfuls is wrong Miss B This error occurred in a late printing I noticed it and have sent on a correction to my publisher None of the food laboratories have ever included in their lists the caloric value of avocados or alligator pears they are rather recently grown in the United but from the high percentage of fat in them I would reckon the caloric value as 100 calories to the two ounces or fonr rounding tablespoonfulg of the pulp Flour 1 cup unsifted weighs 4 ounces and is approximately 460 calories Sifted it weighs onehalf ounce less 4 so is approximately 60 calorics less or 400 Im glad you had such success with the little book and that you enjoy it Miss B The same instructions I have in that we have in condensed form for our news paper readers This can be obtained by following col umn rules wbiAiu VUX4 uvj tnu lyttHlLUJg In our editorial of Sept 18 we did not even intimate that tie honorable gentleman who sits upon the throne of the state of Iowa did not pay for having the work done and it is beyond our henslon why tlie governor and his appointee should use up a column of the valu able space of the Register and Leader on the front page at that in he did pay for the painting The question at point is Whm right has the state banking depart ment and its employes to work iov private parties If the banking depnttment volun teered to do this worft for Hammill for pay and Hammill accepted the banking departmenvXboth parties were to blame altho there should be a feeling of charity on the part of the commonwealth of Iowa tnvard the bankingdepartment as they arc Hammills appointees and subject to removal by the governo duringrecess of the general ns sembly and for that reason must do scars are inflamed looking for a while the governors bidding They arc proffer they are sible If Hammill respon voached the and sometimes it takes many months for the dis coloration to subside If your scar is deforming per haps a plastic Burgeon could remove it for you and bring the tissues together in such a way that only n slight line would be left Ring up your county medical society for a list of these surgeons ISS may have our article on Acne which M will answer all your questions POEMS THAT LIVE THE EFFECT OF EXAMPLE John Kcblo 17021868 We scatter seeds with careless hand And dream we neer shall see them more But for a thousand years Their fruit appears In weeds that mar the land Or healthful shore The deeds we do the words we Into Htill air they seem to fleet We count them ever past But they shall be last In the dread judgment thcy And we shall meet I charge thee by the years gone by For the loves sake of brethren dear Keep thou the one true way In work and play Lest in that world their cry Of woe thou hear a fouryear term and only de feated for reelection by Mr Pat terson by a few votes Mr Breckenridge has been one of the active farm leaders of Iowa Ha was graduated from tho Iowa Stuta college in 1915 Followingthis he served one year as county agent of Cherokee county and later wjs elected and served one year aa pres ident of the Tama county Farm Bureau In 1920 Mr Breckenridge moved to Palo Alto county where he and his father purchased the former Governor Boise section of land a mile east of Cylinder Ho served as president of the Palo Alto county Farm Bureau from 1021 to 1925 and he was also a member of tlin Cylinder consolidated board of edu cation and the board of the Farm ers CoOperative Elevator associa lion For two years he served na cba nan of the Palo Alto county can committee nothing more or leas than Ham mills hired men There is no ade quate excuse that the governor can give that will entirely clear his own conscience even when he looks upon his beautifully painted buildingr tho ho have a conscience of cost j iron If a bank has failed in your com munity and you have not received 100 per cent back in dividends you arc part owner of the paint spray machines which decorated the gov ernors buildings Why is it that you cannot gei your painting done at FINE ARTS OF IOWA University of Iowa Dally lowan The creation of a school of fine arts at Iowa is the result of years of careful planting and idealistic fore sight on the part of those men who are making every effort to place the University of Iowa in her dcservod position as the leading midwestern school and surely the dreams if C and farseelng men are being alized Iowas great growth aud expansion the last few years has been due to the intelligent cooper ation of these great men combined with the efforts of several other in dustrious and altruistic members of our faculty Because they havo realized the dcsiro for culture in tho these men arc to Ka congratulated on this groat step for ward to the fulfillment of IhMr hopes BUSINESS ACUMKN Xorthwjod Anchor Heres a new angle to the prohibition enforce ment muss A university student la a western city has been bootlegging hig way thru medical school When caught he had 12 quarts of gin two gallons of wine and two pints o2 synthetic whisky He had a good state employesPas well the honorable governor and slck then substantial saving on your fec for mnkmg them well job at soin c elses expense ing em both coming and going BflKCKENRIDGE PULLS STAKES Algomi Republican Senator W J Breckenridge who was defeated last year for reelection to the stale senate by George Patterson sold his land holdings in Palo Alto county near Cylinder and will re turn to his old home near Dinsdale J Tama county next March Senator Breckenridge stands high in the estimation of the people of his dis trict and his departure will be nnioii regretted Mr Breckenridge servoJ as state senator from this district which comprises Palo Alto Kossutli ONEMINUTE PULPIT for there iH not a word in my tongue but lo O Lord thou knowest it altogether Thou hast beset me behind and before and laid thine hand upon me Such knowledge is too wonder ful for me it is high I cannot attain unto cxxxix 16 ;