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JWTlBRED AS SECdND CLASS MATTER December 3i, 1908, at the .Postoffice at Al,,',Iowa, under the act of March 2, 1879. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 1—To Kossuth county postoffices and bordering poatof'flces at Armstrong, Bode, Brltt, Buffalo Center, Corwlth, Cylinder, Elmore Hutchins, Llvermore, Ottosen, Rake, Rlng- •ted, Rodman, Stllson, Weet Bend, am Woden, year -,- " 2>0 ° t—To all other U. S. Postoffices, year 12.50 ALL subscriptions for papers going to points Within the county and out-of-the-county point • Mined,under. No. 1 above are considered contin •ing "subscriptions to be discontinued only 01 •otlce from subscribers or at publisher's dlscre tlon. ' Subscriptions .going to non-county point not named under IjT* 1 above will be discontin- ued'without kotic'e-one month after expiration of time paid for,, If not renewed, but time for payment wlirbe-'extended If requested in writ- gang too Ignorant to recognize this factJ* th« persons responsible for It are political-morons. Happily, though we battle over politics in Iowa, though we subject our Brookharts and Dickinsons and Hafnmllis and Turners to merciless criticism, and though we are.no more oi one mind than the peo>le of Wisconsin, we are spared such publications ae this and If such a paper, worthy of the Ayorst politics in the long career of the recently: deceased Police Gasette or of the wildest excises of .the Hearst press were to appear' In this state there can be no doubt that trie Instant:result would be to drive an overwhelming,ma'jbrlty, of our people to the support to whomsoever it dared to denounce. « ^•"«*. •*•• Topic* of the Times TtaeColyum L«t»i Not ft. T<H»'D-Hl «.»!«•• Add Remarkable Itesnits Mr, C»rey»s Drive vs. ionble-Thattefs, Old Bill Casey In Knoxvllle Express — Here comes the beautiful young [cooking school] lady with announcement that when she drives her whoozie-4" into town that she will stop at Jed in Fort Dodge Messenger— that Instead of TUB LIEUTENANT GOVEItNOIl CANDIDATES AND THEIR RECORDS Senator O. P. Bennett, of Mapleton, Monona county, southeast of Sioux City, Is busily circularizing the newspapers In the interest of his candidacy for the rer<UWican nomination for lieutenant governor. : "lii a statement issued ..tq- flay," save the latest circular, • "Senator Bennett pointed to the fact that the lieutenant governor, AS presiding officer of the senate, will have a vital influence on tax-relief legislation passed in Iowa next year. "If we are to have real relief from present Imrdensome taxes," the statement goes on to say, "we must have men in office who are ein- •cerely sympathetic to and pledged to such a program. I intend to make my campaign on a program that will take some of the existing weight «f taxes off the shoulders of ordinary citizens, -the farmers, workers, and business men who are .now almost hopelessly overloaded. Only when -we have sensible tax relief can we have sound economic recovery." Senator Bennett is quite right—on paper. The 3»ext lieutenant-governor, by means of his right ito pick senate committees, will exercise a commanding influence on tax-relief legislation, and dt certainly will be highly important to have a anan in that office who is sincerely sympathetic Howards and pledged to a program that will re- ^nove some of the present overload *houlders of ordinary citizens. from the But that, brings up the question whether Senator Bennett is the man, and to find out it ie in -order to consult his record in the legislature, '. 3>articularly with reference to the income tax •Mil, which was the major issue in the last session. And unfortunately for the senator, the record is not convincing; on the contrary, the .senate journal (page 1410) reveals that at the -critical moment he deserted the cause and voted ' -with the faction known to be opposed to any-thing in the way of real relief. Readers will recall that in the last session the By his own admission, Mr. Lemley obeyed or ders, rather than'resign,, when Auditor Long told him to falsify a-, county accounting report. Well, that ought to Met him, as well as Long, out of the race for! the auditorship. Who else Is running? -.If no one, then now is a good time for someone to get busy. Daniel F. Steck li?^ again a candidate for the democratic nomination for U. S. senator. Other candidates are F. P. Hagemann, Waverly, who ran against Turner'for governor; N. G.. Kraschel, Harlan, ivldely known auctioneer; and C. F. Lytle, Sioux Cityi books like a "hoss" race at both primary and general election.' The Advance. has received a free copy of a $2.50 biography of Judge Seabury, of New York City; • lifelong i battler 'against Tammany and official corruption w'h'o is at present conducting an Investigation which Governor Roosevelt, characteristically, seems to be trying to sidestep. But what's the idea behind sending this book to maybe 5,006 pr more editors? Does he merely want to wise up the newspapers and thus obtain needed .support, or is he playing politics, perhaps with.an idea of cashing in on the resultant 'publicity .(If any) himself? Some editors think that: if the four Brookhart opponents would get together and eliminate all but one, victory in; the'primaries would be all but assured. But ;could a single candidate turn the trick? If there Is a chance at all, .it probably lies in enough-opponents to cut the Brookhart vote to less than 35 per cent and leave the nomination to the state convention. Fair-minded people rejoice to note a more favorable state of public opinion ae regards President Hoover, even though they may not be tor him. From the start the "breaks" have been against him, and as a result he has been and remains the-victim, .of widespread and unreos- ing prejudice. Yet the fact doubtless is, that no other presiddent worked so unceasingly, so Intelligently, so unselfishly in the interest of the common weal. Under fire of world criticism, the Japs seem to be weakening. But what will happen at home if their military caste .for once has to retire without a showing with which to crush criticism? In Japan as elsewhere there are elements which, given a chance, will bring about a evolution. The mikado and his clique need to take warning from Russia, Italy, and Spain. Green's garage. From Editorial Suggestions have been made money that they [the people of the United States] send wheat and cotton seed. From F. A. Moscrip Editorial In Marshalltown T.-R, — Hope has been expressed that when the present conditions have sloughed off that something like the old standard [of prices] will come about. . \ From First Page Story in Chi Trib—Cyr asserts that when he first took oath as governor [of Louisiana] that he did not relinquish the office of lieutenant governor. From Toledo Chronicle Editorial—It ie natural, that with the birthdays of both Lincoln and Washington in February that we should give more than passing thought, etc. From John Powell Shanghai Dispatch to Ghl Trib—The Amerlwin commander • explained, that in the event of a serious attack that American marines would be used. Lee : O. Wolfe in Tltonka .Topic — The, Topic said that if economic conditions remained the same that there would be a landslide to the democrats. * From Spencer Reporter Editorial — Someone suggests that as a measure of economy that the state census be eliminated. GLADYS OF SIOUX CITY, who skinned her knee, wrote Jawh Carey about It, and excited rival attentions from Ward Barnes and Roy Jarnagin, is a real person, after all, not a mere brain child of the colyumist, and J. W. C., no more than anyone etee, knows her Identity. Anyhow she wrote again a week a«o to say her I N THESE DAYS of depression It ft comforting to note that there are rosy lights in the skies df-crltl* clam, even though they reflect somewhat on the moronic taates or the average moving picture audi* ehce, deorge Jean Nathan brilliant theatrical critic of Vanity Pair and other national publications (not to mention New tork newspapers), has this to say about the theater: "That, viewed critically, the American theater has'been benefited enormously by the withdrawal from its audience body of the considerable element possessed of motion picture taste and Intelligence is each day becoming more beriignly apparent. Such prosperous plays^as Mourning Becomes Electra, Barretts of'WImpWe Street, Left Bank, The Animal Kingdom Brief Moment, and even Cynara are The The Just about ten times worthier, on most critical counts, than such big successes of six or seven years ago as Polly Preferred, Ladles of the Evening,. Dancing, Mothers, Cobra The Nervous Wreck. Abie's Irish Rose, and Lawful Larceny." He con'Cludea: "The moving picture has' dohe Its duty and fulfilled nobly its pur pose. It has proved to be the most constructive critical force the theater has known in our time. It has isolated and sequestered Its own jhallow and imbecile audiences- audiences that once over-ran evening 1 * entertAlnment, M&"' tm, we opine, i* the object «f tM """ Reginald Denny and tJna Merkle' (seem particularly well cafct; in facti ho two other people could scarcely be found who would take the parts in more realistic manner. Either Reginald or Uria would have driven any intelligent spoUSe to JUst such lengths as shown In this picture:, you Instinctively feel this. And so Private Lives comes ai' one of those rare "happy disappointments" which occasionally fall to the lot of movie fans. Tes, reluctantly, we must give, the thing a clean bill. How's that fpr Inconsistency? ELL DIVERS IS MORE, than a mere* .takle, It's an epic In motion pictures, one of the most stupendous things ever conceived. The sheer magnitude of "shots" thous- H knee was well, but she had the flu, and Jawn appended a note to her communication In which he offered to send her a batch of newspaper comment if she would supply name and address. ands of feet above the earth alrtost awes and so completely oyerBhado\yB. the slender.thread of,narrative that you l6se sight of the fact that there Js a story. Only one .criticism might be levjeled at.,Helf ,P,lyers,,and 1 ithat l l4 that it Is about'20 minutes too longr; you are almost exhausted jwhen yoii get to the stirring finish. But there co"me to to* silver scfeeh lit many a d *&iWe seem* to sense the ef fort of Beery to bring to the role a artistic touch of genius, and so up to 'hto sentor co-partner With a graclousnes* which is -laUflabie. In other words, Wallace steals OU**« thundei 1 and Clark is a S«ft tle *nan abdut it, Give him credit. Even Conrad Nagel, .always a glutton for hohdrs, W content to sit back, and play' up to Beery. Well, it's a great show anyway yoU' look at it, and would be ft whale of a yarn even without the cooperation of the''navy. But with airplanes, battleships, «ep- pelins, and gorgeous aerial photography,-this talkie simply beggars description'—to use an old bromide. We' ! don't think we shall ever Venture lnt<J'another airplane,when we "t''-ln a comfortable.seat at the fam) with Buster Match 22*28! and, last but not' that thHller of thrillers, t> Jfekyii and Mr. Hyde, it ymi pick, a list from these ouistandiJ productions' you are hard to Call Ahd >get such , thrills, as, chpsed . bbne, while we saw Hell DlVere. Why, take a chance? dncome tax bill was loaded with a rider calling • for the abolition of local assessors and the sub' istitution of county assessors. This proved to be --the undoing of the bil. The senators opposed to -Teal relief eiezed upon it to defeat the income ^tax. There was widespread opposition to the -county assessor scheme, and the house voted it flown. The senate majority, however, stuck stubbornly to the rider *and at the last moment refused to without it. let the incom* .tax come to a vote Senator Bennett was one of the sen- Opinions of the Editors ators who brought about this impasse, and hay- ang thus made his political bed he must now lie 3n it. Senator Geo. A. Wilson, of Polk county, an nther candidate for lieutenant governor, is like -wise not entitled to the confidence of voters wh .flavor the income tax and other real relief fron the excessive tax burden on real estate. His .record in three sessions of the legislature shows .*hat his sympathies, as might be expected, since "She hails from the largest and richest city in 3Cowa, do not lie with the overburdened com- anonalty. If he becomes lieutenant governor the •committees without whose indorsement it is jpractically impossible to bring bills to a vote •will be packed against everything which prom- 'Sses real relief. Opposed to these candidates is Senator C. F. -Clark, of Cedar Rapids, the only sure hope of •the popular majority which stands solidly be- -«iind Governor Turner and demands not only Jfo Special Session Needed. Forest City Summit—Dan Turner made a wise move when he refused to call a special session to consider the charges against the state auditor. By appointing a commission of three to investigate the charges, the governor had the interest of the public treasury at heart. Please Add a Few Cusswords. Traer Star-Clipper—The fact that the government loans 100 millions to banks at less than one per cent, other millions to ship owners at 3 per cent, and proposes to, loan hundreds of millions to railroads at 4% per cent, but charges farmers 5% per cent, is a discrimination that should not be permitted. As We Were About to Say. Knoxvllle Journal—If the Journal were required to select a president from the list of democratic aspirants it would unhesitatingly choose Speaker Jack Garner. He has demonstrated tha he is a patriot first and a partisan afterward and that he is big enough to place national wel fare above party advantage. Bob and State Auditor Long. Bob Sherwood in Parkersburg Eclipse — Th Speaking of Morticians, Chlrotonsors, Aunts Named "Submit," Etc. [Plain Talk, Des Molnes.] And there Is the story,. Allen, talking about names, of the married couple who named their first pair of twins—girls—Kate and Duplicate, and the second pair—boys—Peter and Repeater. But, regardless of that we are willing to go along with you in an endorsement '• of, the ban placed on the word "mortician" and all the fancy and funny names you mention, and we suggest that you add to the list a new word—lately coined by the Des 'Moines Register—for no good purpose on or under earth that we can think of. It is the word "corp," meant to be a contraction of the word corporation. They do not pronounce it "core" as Webster does; but they sound it just like "corpse," with the "se" eliminated. As we study the matter we find it is a part of the new vocabulary of some of our super-salesmen, fast workers and fast movers. But we can hardly conceive their time as being" so valuable just now, and trade being what it is, that they cannot restore the omitted "oration" to the new- _ and Sefouled the theater—and so has left the theater free to do Its honest best for the residuum of the white race." Them's harsh words, Mr. Nathan, but for the high purposes of Art, perhaps you are right. Art, the deep appreciation -of Life and the Beauties of life, has seldom been fodder for the masses. The human animal has always been more con T cerned about the trivialities of things, morals, mores, than in the highest development .of genius, chief contributor/to the arts—drama, literature, painting, and sculpture. If moving pictures keep the imbeciles out of legitimate theaters, perhaps after all they are accomplishing some constructive good. Let us hope eo. taJkle that it's Idle to dwell on orte little defect. ' ' ' ' ! ' In the flrat place, for once In his short but brilliant screen career^ Clark Gable Is completely and totally eclipsed by: another actor, •none other than the ponderous, puffy* fa'ced Wallace Beery. There Is mine- thing appealing abo.ut this great character actor which reminds .one' of Marie Dressier—that same hu-' man quality which defies .criticism. get to tne stirring unimi. DUI wiw= - - - • an0 vn thl. wek to are so many good things about this, WIL^JJ^^VH? £ ve saw previewed some oTt>ut space 10 already filled, iductlon Is billed for the cur.„ ett at tlie Call, and It has received a good recommendation' from this'critic, If that means anything. '•"A casual glance at the'March cal- enda¥'*»ught to convince any doubt- Ihi 1 Thomas that the depression hafen'Mhit -the Coll There Is Law-, rehce' Tlbbltts in Cuban Love Song VT eil "MufilCal Comedy star . . «.Hta f among Southern KaitaJ| Direct from Nat Dance Palace, A, , arlllo, -Texas to . COLISEUM, T1TONKA Friday Night, March 4 B, W. SHEPARD, Mgr. Market Da; SALE SATURDAY, MARCH AT SA1E8 BARN, Finance company rep ed furniture, beautiful pii from living room to kitche Piano at your own pricel One Chevrolet ton and a ] truck, with rack and 1929 model. Fifty shoats, other livesto seed corn, machinery, set of new harness. Big Sale —Come early. I C.O. RIDDLE, Auction*] FRANK VERA, Prop, fangled thing they ha.ve concocted. FOR FEBRUARY 29TH'S most pome the Colyum 'hereby awards a lace-ernbroid- •ed leather pencil equipped with an electric ord to W. Earl Hall, of the M. C. G.-G., not as uthor but as publisher. Read and weep— npHERE'S LIKELY TO BE con- A siderable feminine reaction to our review of Lovers Courageous: "Of course he wouldn't like It, the old cynic! Here's a nice, sweet little, inoffensive love story, filled with honied sentiment—HE wouldn't like dt!" My dear ladies, listen: Robert Montgomery, ae a star, has always been rather of-a joke with-us. Occasionally he puts a bit of gusto into his acting, but most of the time we have a secret longing to stick a 4- inch pin into him.- And Lovers appropriate (Courageous doesn't change out- opinion. As a young independent electric I English boy whose wanderings take him rapidly from sailor to bellhop, Canadian cowboy, and finally to tft „ at I clerk In a tobacco shop in South here's something -I've been wanting—er—to asK Afrjca he retna t ns a cold, undemon- you, I hope it's not too much .of a surprise. of Action Friday Morning^ at the Hour of 9 .4 You must have noticed how I felt about you— sine income tax but such other relief as may be •practical in the way of reduction of public expen- •diture and redistribution of the tax burden. Un- Oike both Senator AVilson and Senator Bennett, .^Senator Clark voted to bring up the income tax without the offensive county assessor incu- : «5>us, and not only that, he led the senate battle slor tax reform in the last session, fighting to •Jthe last ditch. Senator Clark's record thus .-.shows that if he is nominated and elected the "common people will, at last have their innings in *he senate, and every republican who does not ^support him in the coming primaries will be vot- r-ing against real r.elief. TOR HOT POLITIC^, READ THIS ABOUT THE, AVISCOiS'SIN BRAND People who .think . state politics in Iowa -sometimes gets hot should tour Wisconsin this •cummer and see what honest-to-goodness hot politics is like. Let them stop at Madison or at j«ome news stand elsewhere and buy a copy of -<*he Uncensored News— if it lasts till summer. A sample of this sheet has been lent to the JUlvance by Byron Stratton, of Algona, to whom Jit was sent by a "Wisconsin. friend. It is a week- .~3y 4-page Madieon paper carrying no advertis- and devoted wholly to lambasting the La Eclipse was the first paper in Iowa to call at tention to the fact that there was some doub whether State Auditor J. W. Long was strictl square in his dealings with the State of Iowa. It's Coming' Sure as Fate. Rolfe Arrow—We trust we shall not be mob bed for predicting that in a few years some peo pie will find themselves rich because they wei unable to dispose of their real estate holding at this time. Let the Investigation Proceed. Iowa Falls Citizen—Well, there seems to be an honest effort afloat to investigate State Audin an old-fash- persecute Mr. Long; he is entitled to every doubt. On the flth- er hand, the public is entitled to know the truth, and to have Mr. Long held to account- [strative, stiff-necked cad. At this point, the beautiful, blond I Madge Evans (wrongly listed on the current calendar as Helen Hayes by Er—must have seen it often in my eyes, have a job that pays me more than you get; I manager Rice, who has ALSO had When things pick up, I'm sure to get a raise. | tne "fiu"), daughter of an English cook a little, sew a little—even My disposition gets a lot of praise. like the way you dance and hold a teacup, I'm crazy over your slow, dreamy smile; So. if no other maid has beat me to it, What say that we get married for a while? Mr. Berlleld the Grocer, Has a Pain. [Ad in Iowa Falls Citizen.] When the lady of my heart read my ad- last. poverty week, she doee that sometimes, she sez, sez she, I closes to marry u why, that sounds like Ira Nichols ^or^of | at play . wrlting . Her sacrificial love major, falls desperately in love with him, because she is bored to death with the monotonous life of the colony. She is engaged to a buf- foonlsh wealthy English lord who adores horses, dogs, and hunting more than the love of a lovely woman (for once, the movies run true to life). "Courageously" she and her (or the Citizen], she was wrong, ate. Jnvolves the pawnlng of her jewels (which has always constituted the zero of sacrifice in our humble judg- WE SYMPATHIZED immensely with Ward nne nt) in order that he may con- Barnes last week, when his Inhuman interest tinue to write, while he displays 'his column revealed that he was writing with one "courageous love" by stealing a •hand and trying to K. O. the flu with the other, s teak for his hungry bride. Even or whatever it is that one does in such case, lovers must eat. But somehow we Desperately he wrote— . fail to get much worked up about 'The short-cut Templeton cure failed to pro- this dilemma, and, sure enough, duce even an offsetting headache. 1C any of our Madge finally goes home to papa readers has a quart of Scotch he or she will | (more courage). itor Long, ioned way. This is refreshing No one wants to Then Willie's meets with phe- spare in order to save a human life, we .will re- play, "Courage, pay same with thanks, providing we ever get nomenal success, after which they well and providing we can make enough money fall Into each other's arms, she ans- to go to Canada and buy the Scotch, and pro- wering his enthusiastic plan for Now Quit Your Hoarding; Safety is Here "^Toilette regime. The copy in question was dat- HBd. February 17 and was the second copy of Vol. For lurid political sheets reminiscent of ..American political newspapers of a century ago, *his takes the cake. In fact, for sensational anake-up and content there is nothing today •which approaches it; not even the sex magazines are in its class. "Raise less taxes and more hell" is the paper's j^logan, and the sheet certainly lives up to the second half of the couplet. Practically the whole dssue at hand is devoted to scoring Gov. Phil La J?ollette and his political aids. The sheet even 'drags the governor's wife into its net by print- dug a letter written to her by the editor in which uBtte is asked to.say whether she ever buys groceries from a chain store. There are three first-page streamer lines in , one accusing a Madison editor who supports, *tne La Follettes of profiting personally from *adicalism, the other two charging the governor •with having double-crossed voters on chain jfcank bills in the legislature. There arc some 40 "stories" of one- kind and another in the sheet, [Knoxvllle Journal.] Wallace's Farmer quotes a high official of an eastern insurance company as saying: "I think it should be crystal clear to every one that the administration and the bankers are doing all In their power to start an inflationary movement. Of course, the establishment of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation clearly shows that the administration is in favor of inflation. Personally, I am in a position to know that a good many of the bankers here in the east are also very much in favor of inflation, primarily because, on the ba«is of present prices, a good many of their loans will not pay out." Inflation means rising prices just as defla- toin means falling prices. The whole vast power ol the federal vovernment is being exerted to end deflation and bring about inflation. The stakes are ^11 pet. The railroads have been fortified with; gBiater . Income and increased bor- owing capacity. It is announced that they will ipend a bil)jpn: dollars this year in betterments ,nd supplies'! ' They are the great single buying Italy (and points decisive "No, let's stay home and have a baby!" Well, maybe Norma Shearer, with her Everything, can bring young „, , Robert to the heights we expect of .AND NOW HE winds up his fifth year_as edl- gtars We , u glye you one more viding we get by the immigration officers with trip to Paris, it, and providing we don't need it before we get)south) jack. And in the meantime— Oh, death, bring on your sting-aling-a-ling, And, grave, thy victory. Just 44 Winter Coats Left and every one must be sold by SATURDAY NIGHT Everyone this season's style Group No I Values to ~ T $25.00 Now 12 Coats $101 Group No. II Values to «. $39,00 Now 14 Coats Group No. Ill Values to $65.00 Now 18 Coats $2 tor of The Rear Seat—one of the best half dozen newspaper columns in the world.—W. C. Dewel ("Alien") in The Colyum in Algona Advance. Thanks, Alien, for your flatteringly fraternal classification. And the other four?—J. W. C. in Rear Seat in Sioux City Journal. Proving that for sly compliments which it takes (at least it took this dull-witted colyum- ist) 24 hours to apprehend, J. 'W. C. is in a class by himself. The Flapper Is Still Experimenting. [Letter in W. B. Journal.] The Boyds [of Pocahontas] had another domestic experience, in canning meat not long ago. We are still scrubbing grease off the linoleum, but we are glad to have been able to buy the meat to can. For the benefit of the Farmer's Wife [Mrs. A. J. Keen] who was interested in the Flapper in the Algona Advance,.we will say that we are learning to sew and have made a dress and an apron. trial, young man, and then if Norma can't take the kinks out oi your back we'll buy you a one-way ticket to Limbo, that Land of .Forgotten Men, whence no traveler returns. H ERALDED BY CRITICS ae primarily a woman's picture, Private Lives proves a pleasant surprise to even a masculine reviewer. Always inconsistent, which Is our Inalienable right, we utter these words of wisdom: -every one a vitriolic diatribe at the expense of -tlie governor and his supporters. No idea of the •rabid attacks can be given here, space being Sacking. Stealing a term originated in Chicago to deaig- .jiate super-criminals, tho, paper, in a corner " *ox, lists Senator Rober La Follette, Sena, -tor John J. Blaine, Govei-nor La Follette, and aiine La Follette satellites an "public enemies." »A story at the expense of the La Follettes is even •created out of the fact that a legislator who supported the La Follettes went insane after he 'twas accused of contributing to the delinquency MO£ a young -Madison girl. Tho foregoing is perhaps enough to indicate 'the nature of the sheet, and the fact that such •a. newspaper can appear and find voracious weaders at lOc a copy serves also to illustrate Che brand of politics which prevails in Wiscon- *0n. Nothing herein is intended by way of de- gfcnse of ttoe La Follettes, but it may be taken «s certain that whatever the sins of La Follet •tism they cannot be as black as the Uncensored 9i«wa makes out. The sheet in fact is a boom «r*ng which cannot fcut return to strike antt JUa Follettism itself, and it is either subsidize* iji»pr}jftclple4 unscrupulous political agency in tho; industrial world and their demands wiircreate work for thousands. The banks have been fortified with almost un- .imited credit i>y the new legislation. There is no longer any excuse for any solvent, honestly nanaged bank to fail. This assurance will attract millions of dollars from hiding to the banke where they can be put to work. The insurance companies have been fortified with new credit possibilities in case of an emergency. It is no longer necessary to worry about savings invested in life insurance. Thus is added another bulwark to public confidence in better times. Agriculture has been fortified with, new credits made available through the Land Banks and the Reconstruction Corporation and will be bene fitted by gradually rising prices for commodi ties. Tlie great movement for reduced and bet ter distributed tax tourdens ba» made mud progress and will eo much, farther. Decreased governmental costs from school district to fed eral government are assured. Tho point to all the foregoing is that we "go it into our thinking," as Harvey Ingham woul say, that we are definitely on the road to re tVell, This Ought to Pain Hoarders Till They Giro Up. [Eye Observing in M. C. G.-G.] Now they've started writing songs to shame he hoarded dollars out of their hiding. Here's ne to the tune of "Good Night, Ladies"— Good-bye, mattress! Good-bye, tin can! Good-bye, ol' sock! We're going to leave you now. Chorus— Dollars, we will roll along, Koll along, roll along; Dollars, come, let's roll along To PROS-PER-ITY! Something Ought to be Done About Tills. [Knoxville Express..] These new-fangled school appliances must be used cautiously. Here's a -heading from th,e Chariton Leader: WEIGHT CHARTS TO BE USED TO CHECK CHILDREN'S GROWTH. Ties, Sir, and Babies to Suck Thumbs. [Mason City G.-G.] "The art of love-making," says a Baltimbr preacher, should be taught to young men am young women." If so, then fish should b taiught to swim! IT ISN'T "SHANG-BfGH"; it's Shang-HAB- in"—first "a" as in/'am," 6 econd as in "ah," and "i" aa in "pit." And may St. Peter deal mercifully with J. W. C. for having dyg that up! —ALIEN. sophisticated offering of. Shearer and Montgomery to an extent not found in other centers of so-called culture. A houseful of women giggled their approval at the Thursday matinee, and even the men enjoyed he talkie in the evening. As a gen^- ral rule neither men nor women njoy a production which pokes fun at the foibles of modern marriage, jut this thing is so cleverly done, and the dialog and situations are so skilfully handled that even the most 150 Dresses Almost Given Away Silk Crepes, Satins, Travel Prints, Wools All in three big groups for quick telling Group No. I Values to $10.00 Now $ 2.98 sensitive souls react favorably,! though the story is so trite that to recount it would rob it of charm. The charm is in the presentation. Those who failed to attend, feav- ng to ee« their favorite actress, tho .ovely, exotic Norma, lose her personality in a series of domestic en^ gagements, " did not count on the ability of this talented young woman. In the trailer, we'U admit, the thing looks doubtful, but aa the piece unwinds with rare constancy, the episodes seem lees tragic and more convincing. In fact, there to a quality of realism about them that is positively disarming. Several scenes, especially one at the breakfast table towards the end, are about as well acted ae anything either Montgomery or Shearer has ever done. The listless Robert to come out of the kinks admirably playing up to Norma wttJ» a verve that reverses any unfavorable opinion we may have bad a-bout the young gentleman.' Private I4ves Group No. II will add no great tame W^OR but Jt furnls&ea AJgona audiences Values to $15.00 Group No. Ill Values to ... ,29.75 Now 8.95

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