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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 16, 1929, Mason City, Iowa TWO Ing clt S at tim shr E on for ten I day trei nes wei 1 J Tin bet wit bat Fre and no wai 4 blit Hi wol mo sev Jac an hoi pec he ash 1 UB line we1 cha A not idle ing old opl pro I car ope the the I see f wo PC ths chE TO agi gr sh do ne all thi I f Jef th ha wi nL m FUNERAL OF MRS RUTH IS DELAYED BY AUTOPSY CASE Second Investigation I s Started to Determine Manner of Death WATBRTOWN Mass funeral of Mrs GeorgeHerman Huth Tvaa subject to delay today be cause of a second autopsy Dr George B McGrath medical examiner of Suffolk county after making a chemical analysis ot the vi tal organs requested the body in ordor to make a more thoro examination Arrangements were made for tiie re turn of Mrs Ruths body to an un dertakers rooms today after Dr Me grains report but funeral plans ara uncertain Uncertain of Identity Mn Ruth died In a fire last Friday at the homo of Dr Edward H Kin der Boston dentist The first autopsy was performed by Medical Examiner George L West Middlesex county when It was sup posed that the dead woman was Mrs Helen Kinder as Mrs Ttuth had been known to neighbors for more than a year Medical Examiner West reported that deal 11 was due to the fire an District Attorney Robert T Eushne has twice declared that he was con vlnced that Jlrs Ruth died from w cldental causes Ho said ho orders the second autopsy in order that ther might be no possibility of error Ruth who has remained her awaltins the funeral denied that h knew his wife was living with Dr Kinder at Watertown as tlie dentia had told Watertown police Monday Denies Knowing Kinder The Babe also denied that he ha ver met Dr Kinder The future of Dorothy 3 year o daughter of tho Ruths remained question today with tho the family ot Mrs Itulh reltcrati their intention oC adopting the chil Mid friends of Babe declaringthat th noinerun king was Indignant at an such plan Prom source close to th Woodtords came other rumors of pUa slbla litigation over the estate of Mrs Rutif MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE WEDNESDAY JAN 16 29 Road Builders Ponder Problems Arm of Leland Youth Broken by Automobili LELAND Jan Stanley Brisl ton son of Mr and Mrs James Brigh ton who was going to take his broth ers ana slstera home from school rt ceived a broken arm while crnnkhi ihe car near the school house and taken treatment to the hospital in City by Prof M o Mockcl Held for Klemme Man Jan The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon nt the Methodist church for Herman Print Jets Sr who died Saturday morning at the home of his son Frank Mr Prinslets was S5 years old Hi3 wife preceded him in death some time ago The Rev TV A Gauger llolstetn conducted the services i JtoOeni higTitvay problems are tlie business of the day when some 30000 road builders members of tlie American Road Builders associa tion Bather at Cleveland Jan 1418 Above are somo of tlio prominent convention personages Upper left Fred A Keimer of Eiist Orange N J slated to succeed R Keith Compfon upper right as national pres ident Betoir Samuel Hill of Seattle left Tetenm roml builder ana rigfir CJinrles Unliam secretarydirector Pneumonia Takes Life of Glenville Minn Man GLENVILLE Minn Jan fred Anderson local stock bnyor wh had been 111 since Dec 24 with pnei monia dfed at his home Monda morning Mr Anderson had been ill proving and was considered out o danger but was taken 111 with spina meningitis Sunday forenoon and live just 24 hours Latimer State Banks Condition Said Sounc LATUIER Jan statemen of the condition of the State bank o Latimer as made nt the call or the superintendent or banking shows that iatlmer has one of he strongest anks of any small town In Iowa it a sad The stjliment shows that the that It s a large amount of cash on hand nd quick reserves Ends Luverne Business LUVKRfvE Jan Wllley acoma TVash who has been here ID past month lookingafter his fath s farm returned home Friday He ports his father Albert Willey nx itng much Improved in health since ping to Tacoma Bvitt Masons Install New Officers for Yeai BRITT Jan new officer of the Masonic lodga were installec at a regular meeting Monday eve ning at the Masonic hall Ole Dahl was Installed as worship ful master Aleo Anderson sento warden Dan junior war den A TV TVaIlen treasurer A VV Tyson secretary Carl Komeisel sen lor deacon George Benzler junlo deacon Dr L O Beaumont senlo1 steward George Papadakes Junior steward and Lars Johnson tjler Fast Master Dr L c Beaumont acted as Installing officer and George KoIthoS aa marshal Visit nt Luverne XiUVBRNE Jan and Mrs S B Smith and son Jlmniie Minne apolis YerB visiting the parental H C Allen home last Saturday and Sun ay They are movingfrom Spokane o Minneapolis lie Is manager of the larber Oil company in the last named Uy Herurns to Rockford HOCKFORD Jan H Gau er has returned from Prairie du hien where he has been for ecka talcing treatments for sciatic rheumatism KELLOGG CHASES DOLLAR CLAIMS LAW PROFESSOR Peace Pact Nullified by Con sideration of Bill for Ships Claim WASHINGTON Jan 16 declaration that the senates ratifico ion of the Kellogg peace pact Is nulli iea by its consideration ot the cruiser bill was heard today by the conference on the cause and cure of war Charging that the state department follows the Prof John How ard Latane head of ths department of law of Johns Hopkins university said In a prepared address that Ameri can naval construction Is determined solejy by the size of American In vestments aboard not by peace treat es or agreements The big navy advocates lie de clared say In effect TVe will vote o ratify your harmless and meaning ess declaration against war provided ou give us our cruisers The greater he foreign investments tho more in sistent will be tho demand for a bigger and yet bigger navy We have pre sented to the world a treaty renounc ns war as an instrument of policy ut navies are Instruments of Imper allsm and they are used to safeguard investments Tho changes In United States policy toward LatinAm erica during thepast 25 years he attributed to the increase in American Investments there and to the need to protect thess Investments Spiritual Life Is TwoThirds of Mans Existence Says Duke IOWA CITr Jan Spiritual life constitutes twothirds ot tha existence Grand Duka Alexander MIchaeiovich of Russia here to lee ture under the auspices ot the Univer sity of Iowa declared today While ha Is saddened at tho sight of his native land oppressed by Bol shevism he is happier now than lie was In tlie days of his princely splen dor the brother In law of the late Czar Nicholas II said The Czarist regime Grand Duke Alexander stated was more democrat o than ths bolshevistic government Overthrow of the communist party and the return to liberal monarchism or a democracy was predicted by the grand duke Fire at AredaJe Jan volunteer fire department was called to the Wil liam Leesa homeMonday to put out a small firs caused by heating oil on the kitchen range The firs was under control before tho department men arrived Paint and wall paper were damaged Minnesota Historical Society Scheduled to Meet in Minneapolis MINNEAPOLIS Jan 16 mall group of Mlnnesotans Interested enough in the future of Minnesota to keep an accurate check on its past all members of the Minnesota Histori cal here Jan 21 for their eightieth annual conclave Fortyflic years ago In 1SS0 ths so ciety met in this city and celebrated tho two hundredth anniversary ot 3at erm Henneplns discovery tha Falls ot St Anthony This years meeting will he the first one In the Mill city since that time State educators and other member of the society will begin the 1929 group of four sessions morning of Jan 21 at which time subjects con cerning the nlth annual conference oa local historical work will ba discussed Superintendent Solon J Buck member of the history faculty at tho unlverai ty announced to Delaware Ohio to see his mother who is se old and who was sut ferlngr with flu which developed into pneumonia He returned horns Satur day leaving his mother much 1m proved netnrns to Luvcrns MJVERNE Jan Davltt farmer living east ot town was called KEEPS CHILDREN FROM EVE HAVING BAD COLDS Doctors Show Best Thing to Do The Minute Child Begins to Fed a Cold Coming On Glafl that sha took the advice ot icr family physician Mrs H G Cliant like so many Mason City mth crs realizes how easy It Is to keep he whole family free from severe colds during wintry weather Even the slightest exposure to a draught used to cause her little daugli er Lucille to catch colds which often jecame serious Her last cold was so evere she found it difficult to breathe nd the doctor was called at midnight On the doctors advice then she gave oublo strength doses of Ayers Cherry ectoral every half hour By morn ng ths child was breathing with ease and felt lots the cold was orapletely gone next day But her greatest Joy came when she found hat this hospital certified medication ot only ends colds but prevents one rom having a bad cold if used in me i The minute the child feels a cold coming on now she Is given a pleasant spoonful of Pectoral every half hour for three to five hours This quickly checks congestion helps drive out the threatening cold reduce fever and re store linings of theinflamed air pass ages to a strong healthy condition In this way it ends a cold before It has a chance to tako hold And as a result vast numbers ot mothers here flnrt that children can now be spared the misery and danger of winter coids Note Other cases reported all certified by attending physician Ayors Pectoral Is made ot Ingre dients as safe as tha purest recommended for children by the fore most cold clinics Endorsed by physi cians and druggists WHO is to have the car today advertising of the unused transportation in used cars has registered with me a busi ness man tells us It has shown me how to end the breakfast table arguments about Who is to have the car today Very many American families discover every year that the used car stocks of General Motors dealers offer an easy answer to this common problem Thesecars vary in body type and style They sell at attractive prices in some of them the po tential mileage has hardly been touched They offer opportunity to have a second or third car at lowest possible cost You are invited to examine the used cars in the stores of General Motors dealers and you may pay on the convenient GMAC Purchase PJan A ear far tvny turn ami fitrfesi CHEVROLET PONTIAC OLD3MOBILB OAKLAND BUICK LASALLB CADILLAC AHmM ttj i niHr GENBRAl MOTORS TRUCKS YELLOW CABS COACHES Amlnmllc Kfrttraler DELCOL1GHT ffftr S GMACPInefCKdii Pnrchn TUNB Motor Fmilr Rdio Tatr ETCTJ MoJT Ereoinf 9W Etrurn Stndlrd Time WEAP 35 other itilioni iiiocUuJ willi N B C GENERAL MOTORS A head or chest cold that hangs on may lead to chronic and dangerous complications At the first sniffle jfet a small jar of WHYTEFOX NoT 2 from your druggist and be surprised corrects your trouble WHYTEFOX No 2 is the new safe way to heaZ head and chest colds by medicated inhalation Are Yon Hitting OnAUSix Are They All Folks the human body is just like a good car everything must be in good working order if you expect to get the best performance out of either You cantexpect to feel your liver is out qt order your stomach upset nerves jumpy or bowels tied up You must build up your vital forces and you weak weary despondent men and women who have been doctoring for ages trying to get back the vim and endurance ofearlier years will be aston ished delighted and amazed to see how quickly strength energy and vital ity come back thru the use of Tanlac Go to your druggist now and get a bottle of Tanlac Millions of folks have started back on the road to youth health and happiness with this worJd amous tonic and there is no reason why you too cant begin today to re build your wornout tissues and re vitalize your entire system Your money back if you are not speedily helped by a fair trial of this worldfamous medicine Tanlac 52 MllUON BOTTLES USED Father dont take home to the baby Dr David says Take these two precautions daily Fathers who arc out in the crowds contacting many people every day are the very ones who should guard most against influenza germs It is noc yet clear how such germs arc spread or passed on from one to another but the man who keeps wcJl himself is actually protecting his family too Im going to prescribe tin daily precautions If yon follow them the chances arc youll be safe First keep a bottle of Mistol handy and use it freely It is quite harmless but it Jots frotift against influenza germs Mistol is easy to use in the office because of the handy dropper for applying that comes in the package Tilt the head far back and lee the soothing Mistol run down the back of the nose and throat Youll feel the cleansing effect at once And if you have a sore throat or touch of cold gargle Mistol freely too The second safety measure it as easy as the first Take a dose of Nujol every night Nujol keeps the system in good condition agree that particularly in times of epidemic purging by tives and is not advisably Many doctors arc therefore prescrib ing Nujol as in no case does it cause exhaustion or weakening of the sys tem in any way j Nujol is y harmless as water Jwt a pure natural substance that the system functioning as nature in tends it to i The combination treatment of Mistol and Nujol is a double check against flu and colds Both products ate on sale at all druggists now It liii Why didnt boys get Her into a corner and make love to her She would not permit it of course but she wanted just one to try it BETTr BROWN Is an auburnIieadert rather awkward Elrl o elRhteen Through high school she has studied and worked for culture believing it to be the most im portant thing in life But no boy had ever made lovs to her How Betty covers physical charms are more attractive to men than mental sha finally finds that tha attention thus attracted In of doubtful value makes a capllvatins story ot todays younger generation jueot Betty and her friends in PASSED UP By Roe Fulkerson Starting Friday January 18 ;