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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - February 4, 1929, Mason City, Iowa                                NURSE TELLS OF KIDNAPING PLAN TO GAIN FORTUNE SonJnLaw of Mrs Hunting ton Smith Was to Put Wife in Sanitarium GREENWICH Conn Feb 4 Testimony that Dr James S McCar thy had planned to kidnaji his motherinlaw the late Mrs Marsaiot Huntlneton Smith Into a sanitarium o could manage her J700000 for una was on recorda of probate ourt here today The alleged scheme was told by lltss Elizabeth Camay a nurse testifying uio aiapuiea win two clays before her t a to aamlt to probate the I tenth oC pneumonia she was sutter ill of Dr McCarthys wife who died oon after her mother Icavinff to her husband the bulk or the money orler iiiiilly part ot the Standard Oil tor nine John Huntinston ot Cleve land The will Is being contested by Mar uiret Gowen 18 year old laughter of Mrs B McCarthy by a former mar riage and the Western University ot Cleveland How Dr McCarthy had discussed a plan to place Mrs Smith in a sanitarium under the pretense ot takingf hor to a New York hotel Miss Conray under questioning of Harry G Crawford attorney for Miss Gowen testified that Mrs McCarthy had beon given to The wit ness said at ono time Dr McCarthy had looked up the liquor and had threatened to put his wife In a sani tarium It she did not straighten her self out The nurso also said she believed that Dr McCarthy had selected his motherinlaws casket three weeks be foro she died Mrs Smith died last June leaving the J7000000 to her daughter Mrs McCarthy who died Jan 11 only 13 days after her mothers fortune passed into her hands The contest ia based on tho conten tion that when Mrs McCarthy made the disputed will two lays before her Ins from a high fever and therefore was not in full possession ot her facul ties In some cases distance may lend en chantment hut In tho ease ot tho average radio performer It just lends Inn Tribune MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTEMOM DAY FEB 4 1929 MAY RUN FOR MAYOR Legislature Thot to Be Less Factional This Year General Trend Appears Be Toward Constructive Work Says Observer Mrs Ellu S IoWiiis fontiorly of Iowa president of the San Uiegu Cal federation of womens clubs is reported considering run nine for mayor of San Diego DOCTORS SHOW HUNDREDS HERE QUICKEST WAY TO END COLDS Relief Begins Instantly Then Cold Quickly Disappears When Treated at Home New Way Endorsed In Reports of Doctors As Ideal Home Treatment For Head Cold Cough Chest Cold Neglecting colds at this time of eatis sure to cause needless inis ry and may risk jincuinonla So octors are advising se or a pleasant hospital treat lent that Drives almost instant re cutckly drives the cold ut ot ones system Feverish Qrippy Feeling Soon Qone wild cherry terpinhydrate etc to help reduco fever clear up conges tion and drive the cold vout of his system The comforting healing ftave him almost instant relief That night the feverish grippy feeling had almost entirely disau lome ancj congestion was clearing up in another day or so the doctor reports there was no trace left of the cuid Tho quick j which came to Cunard is typical oC thc splendid results obtained In numbers t of Mason City Jlr Cunard had ai I severe chest cold I which caused acute ihoracls pains Examination ly a ljtiyalclan shoved a pulse of SO res piration 20 and temperature 100 de Pleasant To Ended Childs Cold The six year old daughter ot relict j Mrs R Ij Maguire contracted a E Hj severe head cold which started spreading so fast it was necessary to call tho doctor On his advice then she gave double doses ioC Ayors Cherry every half hour until conges tion every two hours By Tha Doctor then advised double 1 strength doses of Ayers hospital certified medication of back In school Note Other cases reported all certified by attending physicians This hospital certified medicin quickly penetrates and heals flamed linings of tho air passages Absorbed by the system it helps alia congestion and drive out the col from the nose passages throat chest B i Tuat a few pleasant spoonfuls o I Ayers Pectoral now and you too wii feel like adifferent person tomorrov indorsed by leading druggists DEs JIOINI3S feb goner al trend oC legislation In this general assembly is now indicated by the 300 bills for acts that llavo been intro duced by members The general idea Is constructive aim not factional state wide and not local so much as in for mer sessions Ycu do not see little bunches members each day cau tiously talking over plans and waya of doing something for their faction Instead you soo most of the members busily at work all the time When the house nnd senate are in session thgattendance is usually near 100 per cent and close attention is given everything Vhon adjourn ment has been taken for the day you see tho members continuing at their desks usually with codes in their hands trying to check up and figure out something Or mayhap the mem ber is working out the form of a new bill to bo offered And in many cases members ami stenographers aro mak ing fast time writing letters ami sending out copies of bills to people liack home mixinga little private bus incss In with the state work etc Are the morals of peoplo aioun this session any better than thcy were at last session usked one ot the district judges among the judges lob by here last week Wo nsked what he meant wo had not been hero last sea ion Well it was about us rotten last session as anybody could imagine ne explained and I was wondering If things wereany different now And so some nasty stories must get out occasionally I iave heard seveivi this If they should be printed they would makequito a stir Ao not girl stories Tinkering With Tariff The first move to benefit tho agri cultural situation In Iowa has been way of a resolution passed by both louses requesting congress to the tariff on hlack strap molasses in other words Iowa solons believe hat If there Is to bo alcohol mauc hey would rather see corn licjuor than black strap molasses alcohol At pre grade gasollna and diluted motor fuels whllo other states get tho good gaso line and make the dealers live up to tho law This bill is a start toward correction of this abuse of the 800000 Iowa motor vehicle owners 1he one woman member of tho a bill last Tuesday providing that poultry to the value oE 50 should be exempt from and that a woman who Is not the head of a family shall be allowed an exebp tion ot 550 worth of poultry and one sewing machine Representative Reno of Polk counly has filed a bill covering the entire di vorce laws otahls state revising the same and providing now regulations Would Compensate Ofifcers Senator Rogers ot Grundy county has Introduced a bill relating to com pensation ot county officers and their terms of office Senator O P Bennett of Montana a former county attorney introduced six bills increasing the restrictions or crime One tightens the restrictions on pel nilts to carryconcealed weapons an other requires coroners to report ac cidental or violent deaths to tho bu reau another makes it a crime to im personate a state ngcnt the fourth prohibits prisoners leaving county jails unless in tho custody ot their Je pnties the fifth empowers state agents to administer oaths nnd the last makes transportation of liquor Into Iowa a felony punishable by two years in the penitentiary once Lhen HUDIXIT child Colt lota better and ato heartily for the ilrat time In several days That night aho was able to aleop without coughing and in a day or so was rid of the cold and 555555555555 5 555555555555 5S 5 555555555 Arrive Early Tomorrow To be one of the 55 5 rotnplote Iffn Control Salient Features Ventilated Ovens Full Porcelain Enamel Oven Linings Grey and White Enamel Trimmings Oven Heat Regulator TouchaButton Lighter Makes Cooking an Exact Science Price to first 55 purchasers May be sold in first few hours of the first day To be sure of your purchase arrive early tomorrow For 5 Days Starting 5th of Feb Offering 55 Ranges For Only 55 Dollars Pay 5 Down And 5 Monthly No TradeIns Accepted On This Great Bargain it is said hlack strap Is Jmnorleel y tlia ship load from Cuba for the nanufacture OC alcohol in this coun try When corn will make just as B00a alcohol and a bushel of corn would bo worth several dollars thus trans ferred I think one senator said this country could use 60000000 bushels of corn for tho manufacture ot industrial and that would take up thu entire crop or JG northwestern Iowa counties Another farm relict bill came in last luesday when Hep Byron G Allen of Pocahontv county arrived to tcgm Ills work ot fli0 BuBalon IIo pruscnlctl comprehensive pr warchous UIU rcousa UIU which provides that on a petition of a majority of land owners and tenants in a county the hoard of supervisors ot any county may establish county warehouses to be paid by a special as sessments TJo farmers would own certain space In such warehouses und tiicfr surplus crops could thus be held is collateral security Would Provide Farm Credits Another hill ana ono that experts iay will provide bomo benefit to farm and tenants in tho way of was introduced in the lioiiio ast week by Hep Iafe IJiil of Isori Springs This houso file irovirtes a system of rural credits by iialtlnjpossible short time loans or rain and livestock Kept on the unij Issuing certificates ot credit ay financing proposition Under this Ian tho farmer having a surplus oC and livestock to hold or feed fw uturo markets would apply to the ccretary of agriculture at the sta apilol By getting a waiver from t Judges On the Firing Line Des Jloines hasnt Keen so many judges in years as during tho past week Supreme court judges district judges and wonldbo judges lnvo boon hailed almost as frequently as sena tors The district Judges aro storm Ing the works to sot a raise year In tho salaries There are U3 district judges In 21 districts and at present they are getting but f1000 each year ami an allowance ot 53 a day for expenses when away from home Their bill called at first for a ralso of jlOOO but was later amcntlrd in the house to make It 52000 Another bill of interest to judges passed the house tho first ot the week adding another member to the su preme court bench and Increasin their pay from G000 a year to 57300 tt Is regarded certain this bill will pass tho senate also Some ot tha state officers who have to be elected and maltc two campaigns every two years and now wondering where they will como in on the pro gram for more adequate snlarlos They say f 1000 a year hero leaves a man d poor A movement Is started looking to ward tho construction of a judicial uf rica building on tho capitol extension Krounds Moro Ulan any other staxc building In Iowa sucli an office build Ing Is now needed The magniflcen PI Via PLANS LONG FLIGHT Marlin Jensen second prize winiiar in he Dolo 1aclfic flislil who has arranged to pilut a Bel lanca inimonhmc the Green Flash in a sold endurance flight over Curliss Kielcl II in hope of urenltiuc the 36hnur record of Ihe lalu Lieutenant Koyal B Thomas 10 ALLOWED FOR YOUR OLD STOVE ON ANY OTHER CABINET GAS RANGE IN OUR STOCK Peoples Gas and Electric Co For Better Appliances Phone 123 555555555555555555555555 555 5555555555 Tiidlord or having him join in nmk iS tho loan three appraisers from la locality where the grain is kept look the security over at tre ost ot the applicant The secretary oe agriculture then lay Issue and aell such credit ccrtl eates to banks loan companies us ny other concern and get tho money o he loaned to the farmer for a pir d of one year The law will provide iU banlcs mny hold such paper as 11 uid assets Mitjiy mtMtlinm who have tiitlirni tlie plan havo siiin tlieir hr ef it can ho worked uut li tciiuvu ili liuij it nusHiblo tor banks lo such cerljricatcs ai aKscls nayins iem a madcratnratn intcroit Tho Nlate Jnconio Jiill A companion state income tax bt in that Introduced in iho senate by Patterson and Moon appeared In the house last week sponsored by John son ot Dickinson Dayton of Washing ton and Relmers of Lyon counties It would aasessj state Income tax on nil persons and corporations for state and school purposes All persons havine an income of or over would be renuired to report Tho statebudget director would administer the law and Income taxes would be paid into tho office of each county treasurer All such collections would become a part of tho general fundin the slate Ircisiners offlcs Taxwould ho two per cent On the first 51000 ot nit earnings and one per cent additional for each above that up to su per cent All corporations ancj com panies doinbusiness jn Iowa would pay a straight three per cent on their I net earnings Jracllctlly ho same bill has been i n Lena of contention in other RenenU assemblies in recent years and this one will set a real airing before it i Sets thru us many business concerre and Individuals will act un strong op position to t I I To Test Gasoline A house hill by Wamstad and John son of Dickinson county provides for an important departure In tho sale and handling or gasoline In Iowa It will license gasoline dealers ind pr vido for certain testa remiirinff iJell era to label tbeir gasoline of different nuilltlea and sell to the consumer what ho pays fur It is ilnimo1 Hint fnwi is a aumplng lor all kinds cj Joy law library second best in the Unlld States is fast being ruined in th crowded open shelves of the present li brnry rooms Jrany state department offices are scattered about East Dei ifolnes In shabby oid quarters and there is no room for Important puu lic records Mny JJoost Cigavot Tax The senate ways and means commlt ce ot which Senator Balid oC Council Bluffs Is chairman had a IR session last Thursday facing tho proposition of a possible raise In taxes for the slate unless other means for meotlrs the inevitable expenses is found CIo erjjor Kamniill appeared he fore the committee and presented somo such means 7To showed that an additional laxot ono cent a packagn on cigarots would raise SliOOOOO in this stato and that a chnngc in tho inheritancn lat would bring to thii slato JMOOCO which is now going tn iho federal gov 000 picket right up without hurtiiiK anybody very much Another painless extraction of about that much and taxes will not have to foa raised Heal students of the taxation prob lem in this state point out that what should bo most tlcslred is continued progress in all material lines anil cun structive legislation rather than reac tion against tiuiss things Taxes now fur bey sv are ample to lafca care or all Iowas necessities it these tuxes were only collected For instance an export who Is collecting lack taxes for counties says that in county nlono ho has found 000 of tuxes on the books uncoliectud incl In three other counties he finds li least of uncolfcctccl taxes At that rate in the state at largoit ivoulii amountto millions of to probably as much as the proposed slats income tax bill would yield Think of that And why isnt all this collected we asked You know as well as I do why Implying what Iowa Hoover Special Planned A strongcommittee has been named and plans are under way to get this legislature to appropriate expenses of music decorations and oilier extras for a srcat special train of Iowa peoplo to journey to Waoh ington and help seo that a native eon of Iowa is properly and securely In augurated as president oC the U j V on March The members of this committee are Dale A Jriswold Moinca chairman Mrs Bell Glazier Fort Madison AlCica Mueller I3avun nort A G Illgljy Independence Stanley Smith Osage C T Rogers Grunfly Confer Mrs A P Murphy Ottumwa Mrs Gordon I Klliott DOS Mollies Homer S Stephens Clar Inda Mrs Camp A tlnntJc Frank Malicr Fort Uoclse and Oscar Hellno Marcus Over at West Branch Jlrthplace and boyhood home enoush eopo to fill thrco Pullman cars havo Already been signed up for the trip to make whoopee for Herbert Tho ono contested scat in tins gen ral assembly is likely to result in un eating Rep ir C Ilattemlort ct Osccoin county ami seatins ins demo opponent in lha campaign o Dltlo of Sfhloy The contest board found n majority of one left fur Intlcndorf on the accepted ballots lit 3S iljspiilnd bnllols are said to fi or Ditto Pearl Chokers and Long Strands There isnt anything that adds move to or com bines better with a costume than a nice pearl choker or strand of pearl beads You will find a variety of styles here including the indestruc tible beads warranted not to peal or discolor Note These Special Prices 50c chokers and strands chokers and strands chokers and strands chokers and strands chokers and strands chokers and strands chokers and strands chokers and strands 79c Freshly Made Corris Elizabeth Sweets on sale now in red heart shaped boxes of vari ous sizes Place your order now and have them fresh on Valentine day Van Raalte Suede Fabric Gloves are fine gloves imported from Saxony where most expert workmanship prevails New spring cuffs stitching and fashionable models Pair and VALENTINES Large line of new and fascinating valentines on display in our gift department Prices Ic to 50c DAMONIGOU CO Its a queer government that urges us to pay as wo go and then makes us use thin years Income to puv the tax on list How Doctors Treat Cold and the Flu To break up a cold overnight or to out short an attack of frrlppe Influen za soro throat or tonsilitiM physl cinns and druggists arc now reeom i mending Calotabs tho purified nnrl i nfinocl ualornct runipoiliiil HililL1 thin you Die offcrls ot alrnirj 1 ionilintvl without Uir an effects of cither Ons oi two Qiintahs nl homnifniii swallow or nil snlis no nnuffn nnr the slitjliteat in terfercTico with your eatinp work or pleasure Next morning your cold has vnnishnil HyslDm is timrolv puri lud HIT reeling finp uhh r iirirlv for lriilfiist i i nhil yon nun Jil n riniJl fonfi intiu fun uniy cms Aiil any WHY Suffer with PILES HUNDREDS of cases have been easily and successfully treated ond the cause removed without an operation without an Wise md nt 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