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'THE WASHINGTON TIMES; THURSDAY, JANUARY 27,' 1010.'
tnimnl clnlms lor Indemnity. Ho was
Iti'ormed by the department that trio
el linn would bo tironociitcd viRorouaiy,
It belnjt iiKtrpd that tho Indemnity asK
rtl In i-ach case should bo I10.W0.
Sccrotary of War Garrison today
pave out tho following' dispatch from
G"tioial Kutiston at Brownsville, Tex.,
'Wo have ri'eclvrd the followliiR
leport fioni Major Anderson, Twelfth
Cm all. , ftom subdlstrlct Mercedes,
timed s p. in :
'Kour men, Battery I), Fourth Flell
Artlllcrv, swam across the lllo
C.rnnde while atrlpped In bnthlns; In
the rlvor at ProRieso about 3-30 p. m.
tudnj. Two weie made prisoners by
three Mexicans with rifles and taken
back Into Interior from river. Other
two men fiom battery swam back,
some two 01 three shots fired at them
' 'l.leut. .1. I... Mort, commanding hat
tei, with Lieutenants I'cyton and
V'rildron. with about fourteen men of
I'atlerj D and one man of the Twelfth
(' ilr, crossed river about threc-nuar-trr.'
of an houi Inter, went about thrce-
lunrtcra of a mile back Into the in
telor fiom river, seaichod two houses,
did not Unit comrades. They were fired
upon ten or twelve times by men In
brush. They remained on other side
about one hour. When they returned
the crossing was covered hy our me"
n bank of this side, who fired some
V) shots. None of our men killed or
" "The following men wero drowned
while swimming to the other side:
" "Sergt. On on Clements, Corporal Mi
chael F King, Prlvnto Harry A. Itohde.
Thcsp three men aro of Cattery U,
Fourth Field Artillery.
" 'Private Charles D. "Wilton-Best.
Troop A, Twelfth Cavaliy.
Bodies Not Recovered.
" 'All bodies wero carried away by
swift, muddy luricnt, and not yet ro
coveied. ijeaich being made.
" "Tho following men still In hands of
.Mexicans on othei hide: I'rlvate Will
iam C. Wheeler. Private Ulggo Peterson,
Battery D, Fourth Field Artillery.'
'Colorcl BlocksGii. lias ordered
1 icuteii'ints Moit, Peyton ant. Waldron
to be placed in arrest, end Captain
McHroom, Twetitj-elghth ln'.antry, iuj
licen placed in conmiand oi camp. 1
)ao dliected Colo.iol Plururor, Twenty-eighth
Infantiy, to send ono of hW
Held offlceis to invcstlKtitc. .Mr. Garza.
Mexicuii consul, nns been Informed of
exact contents of Majo- Andcrson'3
tclcutani and of tin est if thiee ol
iceis concerned lie nas gone 'o
.Matnmrras to lnfoini tho omtimmll.i,;
general there and to ask that immedl
. e search be made for Pi hates Whoe'
er and Peteison Mexicans on tho
othei sido weie not iii unlfurm."
Three U. S. Officers Are
Under Arrest in Texas
For Invading Mexico
BHOWNSVII.LF, Jan 27 -l.leut. J.
K Mort, commanding Battery D,
Fourth Field Aitlllcr.v. and I.leuts Pav
tnn and Waldinn, of the same detach
ment, were under arrest In Progreso,
Tex . toda.v because they aic alleged to
hae led fouiteen of theit men into
Mexico to icscue two American soldiers
who weie eaptuted bv. Mexicans. They
were attested on oidors of Major Gen
ital Funston, who leltetated that he
had Issued specific oideis that no sol
d ei should cross into Mexico nuclei ;inv
i Ire umstuiioe A lipid of li or from Mis
sion. Tex., has telleved Mori
Mexican and Amei cm nilli!nr offi
ilnls were making evetv elfoi t today to
prevent clashes between t'nl'o.l States
and Cai rnliZiSln t loops as the 'esult of
four Aiiioiionn soldlois losing the't lives
lute esteida In nn attempt to icscuo
two olheis h'ki h"it bren ai'cMod In
Mcshans The voMlets were dtownpd
lil ttvln, to awltn the HI) Giuliuv
'I he dead are
hoit Often I.. Clements.
' M p M'clinel I" King
Ptlxatp llarr A Hhode
Pi hate Ch.ules Wlltenbest
Finn soldi' rs of a detachment of the
1'ouilli I"h I J Atlillerv stationed at
1 ki.hmi, l weiily-seeu mi'e.s above ItPre.
win b.it!ittg In the i i oi jejleiday
i In ii i b.i-id of Moslems appealed on
ihr oppoi.it ' b.ml. The ate said to
har mil. r d ihein to cioss over Two
nhfjou liM.-iiiK thiii (lollies on the
n 1 1 1 an Side
icliet ii.ii .y v is oig'inzpd hv four
i ri solilkis T In v swum the Bio
i ifindf tin l"i a uoss-tite by Mexicans
nu ippi iu in.s but none was Inluieii
1 hrv onr-li d two Iiuiimm on the .loi
an --ill" Inn lc nix) no tinccs of Pri
vates William C WIkcIii and i:ia,;o
I'ed'ioon l lie tnei taken by the Movl
inii On theit letiiin thevweie again
In pi1 on by MolcaiM
Colonel Jii'nliulll i, i'ai rann ro'ti
miind.ini at .Miit.iinoras in the nl).s"tiii
l Oiii'ivl K.iriut. on reep pt of a ip
I'Oit firm I'uiiston, initiiPiliateH to e--i
Milled the ( arian.i ( oinmandiini n,
rtin ri"vo tinip tulles south of I'ro-
o to ..onil .i dot ichmeiit of tioops
ti WIipiIpi's anil I't'dr .on's lPfc'le
I iniFtnn is rrportPd to have said that
In iepon.sil)llitv toi the incident an
P'urntlv 'pstpil on the Anip'han sidp
he hiul -Iven stiictr.st orders foi no
lilni i.i ,-o-s the botindaty undei attj
i rt iimt.iut os
Miss Gets License;
Youth Cancels It
'WliPthfi ni not a demuip ninpteen
vea old tnlf-H exceeded het lean vear
iui iiiuiitiv i vp.steidiivj when .she ob
la'i oil a lb i n-e to culminate the pintle
Mi- ("inrj-k of a tiw-ntv - oar-old votnh,
wis the (iiieslioii whii h aio.se at ' Cil
ia . - countei" at the court houe tod'iv
wlun the voiins man letuiued the
In I M'
V h"n I vvin a 'I eti'.e to -pt tinu-II-
1 I'll Bel it invself ' ee'ai'tu-d tp
in nth much cinbm i a.-.pl male in
lii I intlv
I'olotifl" Kroll win issues th"
Miip-.es to tlnse he-it on "filnir C'P
l 'e of inatrimoiiv loi'-pil tin fi iin t'ie
ios . i nt tbofi' aliiailv ilvefd 111 the
'i on- of m,ii riaue h nil a S"oie or mil"
if tboe in'iit on having the knot tie I
In', i in t' e dnv
' 'I nuhi Mr. I'M r.iiii'1'l i for vou '
v r I mtoeieil the colonel' 'Von nov.
v i I'un l want to tna'ie anvoue di this
a mst hi- w ill "
I told In r lust ni -lit tii I d'lin't
tle liei dim nil-slon to ro this Ii e s1
i I that she had no i Isht to do It " sill
i voiniL- iiiiin as the " olon T noti-od
I on the doubled vva'c-s b- rti mi ic
li Pet. i-eveial tlms iic-oj.s t io Hi is
1 veil a man ei'ii ihinso his t' ind in
-i n m.itteit. " ic'iiarl-ed a metiib of
tin bin us the vuiiiiK man departed
1 1 oiii the ofllei
! THE WEATHER REPORT.
'I be fntei.isl for the DlMrii I of I'n.
1 i lliia iieiii't.lh i IiiiiiU anil i niitiniied
Mil imi'n'ii mil h'tlla, vvllh pioli-
" ia-.ion.il i ,uti Modi late mjiiiIi-
M ii land -I eiiPia Iv i loinlv nnd i on
t ni e.l waim tniiiKlii ami Fiidnv. with
li.anllv oi i asioniil lain. Moileiato
ii In i Iv vv inds
V liginia lieueiallv elninlv ninl i on-
ii.il w.nni tonight mid Kilda.v proli-
' ' Imal tain.-.. Moilerate southeily
VV 1 11. lb
li . b. Bureau l
K i ni
'I a in
1" a in
li a in
1 (i in
'I'll iK TAItl.i:.
Huh tide at l: I'l ii ni and 12 .".. p m.
1 'W tide ut ii 17 a tn and 7.17 p m.
SI'N T Mil. I''
i I i -e at 7 in Sun , t ,i -. 17
lb' a j IP li,. Uiuj.j ai o m i ni.
IAMILV PARTY ENDS
IN TRIPLE TRAGEDY
Insurance Man Crushes Skull of
Wife and Daughter, Jumps
From Hotel Window.
NKW YORK, Jan. 27.-Having killed
his wife and daughter by crushing their
skulls with a hatchet and ax, Nathan
Pullman, a former Insurance agent, end
ed his life here today by leaping from
tho third-story wlndoV of a Thlrd ave
nue hotel. Tho bodies of Mrs. Pullman
and Mrs. Gertrude Bazell, tho daughter,
were found In the latter's home several
hours after Pullman had told n relative
his wife was 111, and then disappeared.
The tragedy followed a family reunion,
which wr marked by exchanges of
presents, a theater party and other fes
tivities. Relatives and friends of tho
family could find no explanation for It.
It is believed, however, that Pullman
suddenly became Insane.
Pullman appeared at the hotel late
lesterday, about an hour after the tlmo
the murders arc believed to have been
committed. Though he registered aa
"Mr. Jones and wife." explulnlng that
his wife would arrive later, no woman
After plunging from the hotel window,
Pullman was hurried to the Flower
Hospital. He died within a few min
utes. Several Incoherent notes were
found In his pocket. Throe of them
contained the quotation: "The wages of
sin is death!
1 One note said:
"I wish they should not worrv over
I these two because the ones 1 am ad
dressing are better off without them.
In the hotel room the police found a
note reading: "Good-b.v Ta-ta cver -body.
I guess I'll make good I am
going awa on a long journej." Tho
note was not signed.
Wife Slnvpr tn Inin Parp.nts in
ronu niuu vvdiitb iu uivc
Ni:w VOKK .Ian 27 -Porter Charl
ton, the American who wa i pleased
from pilson In Italv last Novembci
ifler solving twentv-nine dn.vs foi kill
ing hl wife at Lake Como in r-'' le
ttirned from Naples on the Italian liner
Antetica. and will leave foi Sin Juan,
Point H co, net Satuidiv. to Join b's
lie was met at Quainntbie In .1. W.
Johnston, tteasurer of the Western
Fleet! ir Companv. of I'D Vst street,
who traveled on the 1'nlteil Sl.tIps iov-i-liiie
ruttPi from the liatt"iv to hoard
the if- iitir on a pass (torn the col
lector of the port made out In the name
of ox-.ludce John Paltnletl t was
pUted that Mr. Johnston had tlnanced
I'ortp- Charlton since he left pr'son In
N'ovpm 'Pr, : nil had made ni tainemcnts
for soiling the stoiy of his caieer to a
New York newsp'iper
In a hi ief talk with the repo'ters out
side his cabin on the Amer'ea Porter
sad he was feeling well and was look
ing forward to seeing his parents in
I have been through a greut deil of
ttotible," he said. and wlh now to
live it down Theie Is nothin,; I can
add that has not altpadv been prii. d
in the newspapets logardlng the trial
I have no complaint to mike about my
ticutment bv the Italian off clils "
(Continued from IIr-t Page )
some ntion to' aid them in -e'tlns th"
suit age amendment ihmugli Congtess
"It tnav be Indies that tnv mind
works Iowv" nnsweied the Pies'dent
"I have always felt that those things
wpre most solidlv built that vvpi-p built
piece bj piece, and I have felt tint the
L-enlus of ou'- polltlcTl development In
ibis couetiv lav in the numbers of our
Stntpa rii'i In the verv cleat iloHnlt'on
Vif the illffp eiue of spoe between the
Statu ..nil redetal ko einnients
Has Not Yet After.
h n I Inst sn w -nine of vou I
mom mmI I o-iUI take nlnifiii(. n j (.
fei'ing t'lls (luestion to in1 fr'ni's nnd
en'lrai ii' s 'n C"n'ess I oo-i'ess tht
' have nn d-ne lhl Thl is beceu.se
I have felt tnoi othei Itl't'e-s of lppls
la'lin e e of .such itnnor.anee Mint
Hin h'-milii tnWe iirecedenee I bplinvo
I was ii"it in tiiio h-pn't fTnettPii
the pirmlsp I m do t ti'-t Moie, hovv-ivet-
ml I i pi i nl- .bnll not"
Sp ei - of t'-e sviffr ; s Uipii at-'enin-efi
tn one 'Ion t'-e Piesldont fur
tb'" . o'lH he i 'thd en
Th' Chief I'vecutlve tiie( brie nt
. o'clre'i a'x' hi bus tins n the cam
"n'c" for de'ense ixja-i slnrth nfte-htenkf-'st.
He will delivei several
Order Condemnation for
Calvert Street Extension
Thp CommlS3lonPrs vestonlnv ordered
Ibat eondettiii'i tlon proceed. ni;s be In-
H'li'ed 'or the extension of Calvett
, ftreet between Connecticut avenue and
Cleveland h venue, of Cleveland aveinm
between Twentv -ninth tieot nnl
Thlrtv -first place, and nf Twentv -eighth
and Twentv -n nth .itieets n
their l-iter-O'-t 'on with the piopoed
eMetisl'in of Calvptt -tieet
The Impiov entents wete o'derPd on
i'i''inimci"'atloii of Smvejoi M C
'laen 'I'll cMonlons rfii In ,lc.
coidaiice i'h the biehwav plan.
Readings At .Church.
Pciilincs bv Mrs Maud Me ean Ker-
nison vieie the prlncinal features of
I c i potertam'-ient at Koundrv M V.
, Chi.ich hut nllit under.lhe aurnlces of
tho Ilavwood Sundav school c'ass.
To Throw Off Colds nnd Prevent Grip
Take LAXATIVE BR0M0 QUI
NINE. It destroys Kr-rms, acts as a
tonic and laxative, and helps to keen
the system in a henlthv condition.
Thr-n is onlv one "RR0M0 QUI
NIVF." V V.'. GROVE'S signature
on box. -de AdU.
Ellen Wilson Homes
Society Begins Work
Arrival of John Ihlder, Executive
Secretary, Followed By
TO BUILD MODEL HOUSES
Eftort Will Be Made to Take
Enterprise Out of Field of
With Hip arrival In Washlncton this
week of Juhn Ihlder. newlv elpcted
PNeeutlvi) secretary of the Kllen Wll
pon Homes Asioelatlon, the work of
lalslns? funds, settling upon a site,
and planning for the creetlon of a
block of model dwellings In hls city
Announcement has just bon made
of the offlceis of the association. In
eoiporated ly act of Cungreas. March
!, 1915. Mis.' Atchlbald. Hopkins Is
prpsldent and those who lvlll assist
her In carrying out the wotk are Mt
J. Potdon Ilanlmnn. fl'st vico-.prpsl-
ident, Surgeon Gen. William C. Out-
pus, U. H A., seeond vice tuesldent.
Coieoran Tho.n. treasuiet. Miss Clara
Fatrar-.Smlth, secrptaiv. Mlas bhlo
H. MeCanimon. asslftunt seotPtatj.
and Mr. Ihldet, pseeutlve seer'-tar.v
The plan foi the building of th
mode dwellings origlnallv designed
Flmplv as u momorlBl to tltP woiK of
the late Mrs. I-lien Wilson was stall
ed hv the District section, woman'.!
depattment. National Civic F dela
tion. Has Taken Wider Scope.
lth the development of the pioject
It has taken a ninth w idei scope, -ind
ll Is hoped to nuiKu it one of na
Mr. Ihldet, who was field societal v ot
the National Housing Association Iris
taken up the work with a view of mak
ing the Washington experiment a mode
for othei cities which aie looKing anou.
for a method of impioving Housing i M
ditlons. Two points aie emphasized . Mr
Ihlder In the pioject lor the bioeli ol
model homes beie The.v ate
'1 Tie social value ot good duellliiRs is
to be demonstrated The dwellings intirfi
not only bonc-ttt those who live In tin m.
out tnp must tit snow n to no a uene.u
to the "ity
I'hr invcstmint must pay a tali re
turn not a nlxh iineiest on a specula
tive srcurltv. but ii sin ill ictuin on a
sp'iihI and stable seeuutv.
Roth points aie designed to take tbp
build ng of good dvve lings foi the day
'aborer nnd smalt wiicp cainer out of
tlie fold of pbllimthiophv and put it
into the field of business In f'n8 upon
the tetuin to lie tm.d the pxutnp'es of
tlie ns.it-igton Smitni Impiov ement
Company and of the Washington Sunt
taiy llotidng i nmpan.v hnve bePn fol
lowed The Investois vvi'l be limited to
u tetiirn of 5 tier cent e
Wider Range of Investors.
I!v this pi ill ii vv Idei range of in
vestois is Tiund. Many of the model
dwel'iiig piojects which were not d"
i signed to piv fill thtough because the
Inlet est of the ph lanthroplsts lapsed,
and new projects of that sort weie de-
Criticises President and Bryan
Personally in Violent Speech;
In n violent atteek on the iltiilnlstn
tlot.'s Mele-iii oollcv President Wilson
and fotmei .-'er-tetaiv of .Sta'e Hii'in
weie persomllv ciltlclsed t-Mlav bv
( oncipssninn Humnhrpv of Waslilncton
The President run nletuted as "scholnr
tin, liner and theoilst" Brvan wis le
tetipn to as n "lent meacliet- of Cluni
tannoa twin1 a' most anv cish nilce"
'I he Adminlsti ntion s "ilisroiTafinc
mill linmilio'iii nnllcv in Mexico' was
iVi hired irso-nsible fnr the I cu.it mur
tl i ol A i-i i leans
(nu nollcv In Moxl-o h-,s emifd us
the loiitemnt of the woild nnl his
ct'iit'v Int'upncpd vvrilnu n-itlms of
Id i ope li theli oiesent attitude toward
us" said lliiinnhiev "The Pfeldeir's
pollcv Is chin Hctcrlzed hv weakneis mi -ceit.n.itv
vnt'lll.i'ldTi and uriontnll ible
deslie l" Intermeddle He has not th"
co'irnge to :o to Mexico, nor the cour
auo t sicv out
War Declared On Huerta.
Humph i .sa.U win was declaied by
the President on Hucita. but "th
trampling of out (las In Hie dust was
uch sn Ins gnltlcanl tiitle that It left
no impiesslon en the pjnderous intel
lect ol the gieat prtacltei of Chiulau
qua peato al almost any cash pi Ice '
"1 he flag-saluting episode was hut a
ni'e pretext, eagerly sotmht. to in- i
v.ide Mexico and drive out lluetta"
o.ilil Humphre.v. "Our Mexican tlasco.
I disciedilnic and hunuHnrn.; as it was.'
I taught us nothing, foi we still intei-j
1 mrd Med and Interfe-ed. i
' "Then tlie Admlnistintloii permitted,
, Criiiaii'a to M'l.d sold oit- and iiiiui.upi-
' tinu thi.iugl. Anifilcriii nirlo' to no
i ted ug.ilnM Villa. Thin a -Jon ' i.e-
I licved itai i nsilifl lui t ! leciiit
Curling Iron Kills Htfir;
New Method Improves It
f n i i f it m un InunM thn altLrv Huff i.
iilllll i r v luiiiin lu-im i it v. -) li it u (
and brilliant nppf aiani i of her hair
Ihioueh habitual use of thi hot i urlinp
lion Certainlv it (an do the hah no
Kiiod to dtv up Its natural oil, siu;o
the life out of it. niaklnK it lui i Mi,
btlttle and dull And there s no oxiuxo
for contlnulnK the uso of that destine
tlve iiiHtrument, now- that we know
what inn ho accomplished by applying
pli'ln liquid sllmerino
The use of this harmless produi t
really preserves the life, lustre and
bounty of The hair, and the curb and
vvrtv.v effect Is perfeitlv natural look
Ini; and most mptlvatliiK If .votivo
never tried It, bv all means proi ure a
few ounces, from vnur drugKist and uso
onoi'ph lo moisten vour hair fiom root
In il. piitilnR It on with a i lean lomli
litn-h The lluuld s'mi rine Is nnthrr
u iiiiu i- H runj v)Ut nunc fluastmt to
m jMgfc-i ,'sHMffk'tiSirW
T V' i
Above C0KC0R AN THOM.
DelowSl'RG. (JEN, WILLIAM C.
GORGAS, U. S. A.
pendent upon find.ng sottn one with
nu in j to sink ki ihii'e iiitiipilses
15.ll II the pi.M" t nf lie- 'Hen d-i-oii
Hntiii'S '"onninv is ti tried ()' t It
v ill seive at- an i ainpli bv v lurli
I oil I.i dwelling imiv in I'lovidi I in
vtiv i'II.v :inl 'oi'inn wild una
to IiipmI ninv bo a.tp(! to tike sii ,
in tin in with tin- h -Milan i- of a tad
i , I ed i "tut n
Tn Ihr list ol illH'i t"ii o j he i 'i
t"i prise h n b((n addid t i nam "f
Mis (iriiie iliiViieil The o b "
ii pilots art M.-- v illlain ciiniiiuii
Storv. Mis .losenu I iinar Stanton '
IV. Me (Jin W ' 5oigi- M'sh iMil
i htb-np Mm .1 Voi.i MC,-' M .
Il'i'h C Wal'ae-'. M-s P.K-h. rd a n
rlsht. Miss i-bii i run u Si.iith M -
i i , Vlis v,,n, ,,, -
in. II i Wllla-d. Mi Ali.il" SI-.ion
i i-aminc an I M' An-i.i' aid IiV-
tiao'dv whole i'pIi'c'ii meilcan weie
killed oni of H ' I'lii-I 'luel "1 I mi
IMOxok'l tividiis Hi it e et look !! n "
In that lui! o' I loo I and a i''Jli''
tton We tiiiike h demendous hlustei about
the 1.1'liin: of Vnieijiaii iiinn.s -i ..
.'e hlqh s"is and till the ar with the
iimuli of m'iv t'p"wilters Hut we
have looked with "itiinimtv mulls' in h
p'l while hundred" "' ,i"r-'i - he-
' "! put pot Iv foull.v murdeieil In
I be whole toii of the Pt -sidPnt
it-is neen inn- in iiii'i'i'niiK " " i ' '
lions of septet r '
a ipnts ippie.ionting the President per-
soiuiliv V .oi it i.eu i'1
the Caesais and the Idnperor of China
Pitiless puhllcitv ha- piven wav to nl-
vate peeret negotiations through pel - '
sunn I agpnts " (
FREE TO !
A New Home Cure That Anjone
Can Use Without Discomfort
or Loss of Tirtic. i
Up riaf a Now Me hoil that ti Ten -h nt
nnl w e wan! vou ui ir It at out ( nc
No ihiiMi r whe i i our is t, li i ,
an 1 nc ni ri cut ilt flopim nt w tit li. r it
1- pro-em ns o un-iniai - thronn. ." li'iia
vou ni oultl Mill r a Hit trial n i.ur
meitioM N niattri in whji ilniHie oij
11 r. no niu ;e? lnt uir ape nr ot
i pa tlon. If nu arr tiouli'r ! jth i. Inn i
ni r fiKMi'n.i ciii Id it I e.i- o imnnntb
prif lall w.ini tn t nt It tn no
i'lparHjic'v. utipe i h (j1, ' lnr all i-n m
of lnhalrr ilnurlf n ilnin p eptr.i Ion
ntu". p.itpn km or ' pi lia 'all I
V want to -hm t r one at otfr own
t pens' i tliat tils iipa tm thnr deslpne 1 4
rn-1 all rtltfli t li li-on'h'np, alt heezlnT nnl
all t oh ttrrlbk jiaitiw n h at fin t Hint o
ail 1 Hi"
'I Y1 h lre" offer i inn linpnr ant in n "1
slnK'p ilav Writ' row nml Mien ! n
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The Treatment of
Influenza or La Grippe
It la nulla refreahlna these llnVI to read
of a clearly defined trentment for Innu-
enza or La Grippe, In nn article In the
uincet-ljllnlc," i)r. James iien, oi new
York City, lays ho Is convinced that too
much medication Is both unnecesiary
When called to a cn of la Krtppe. the
patient Is usually seen whew the lever Is
present, as the chill which occasionally
ushers In the disease, bns practically
passed awav. Dr. Uoll then orders that
the bowels be opened freely with salts,
Actolds" or citrate of masnesja. For
the high fever, severe headache, pain
and general soreness, one antl-Jiamnla
tablet every three hours la quickly foi
lowed by complete relief. Ask for A-K
Tablets. They ore also unexoellod for
heaJache.neuralcla and all pains.
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Alabaman Announces He Is
Against President's Plan and
May Lead Fight.
Henator I'nderwood, author of the
I'ndrnvood tariff hill, today announced
hla opposition to J'resldent Wilson's
plan for a tariff commission. Ho inti
mated his opposition would bo active.
Denying Jhat ho considered the Presi
dent's plot an attack on his revenue
measure, he said ha thought there was
plenty or 'Joveinment machinery now
to gather such Information as the Presi
dent has said he wants.
Honator I'nderwood said "circum
stances would dictate how determined
his opposition would be. it Is believed.
of line willow,
with wooden bot
tom and well
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Cocoa Door Mats
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Usually $1 00
Sail Iron- . In
tot with hiiu
dU and Maud.
Nil K e I - plated,
K ii a I a u lied one
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li Initios hiRh
white enamel lub
ber tipped ends
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Viliri .it "tfjiiTiVi vviyumd
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t)I7C Inch.'.. I iV iniIils tOU
f The Sunday Evening Times!
however, ho Is not prepared, like C'on
gicssman Kltchln .to smother his own
objections and allow the passage or the
hill without making a contest.
Youth Admits False
Swearing For License
Thomas N. Nuckols, Jr., eighteen,
pleaded guilty when arraigned before
Chief Justice Covington In Criminal
Court today on a charge of perjury.
Nuckols Is charged with having given
his age as twenty-two when applying to
Col. William A. Kroll. the marriage li
cense clerk for n license several days
ago. The probation officer of tho Dis
trict Supremo Court will Investigate the
case with i vlovv of recommending that
young Nuckols be placed on probation.
Engineers to Hear Talk
On Profession's History
The Hngineerlng Society at George
Washington University wdll he addressed
on "Tho History of Engineering." by
Prof. N. W. Dougherty, of the College
of Engineering. V cdnesday night at
the Sigma Nu fraternity house.
Basement Store Friday
Oil of Ceoar Outfit, 98c
I (III of Cedar Mop . ..
1 bottle of Oil of Cedar
1 hcmluillj-tteaU'd Duster
i omplele Outlit
"The l-'HVoiiti ni heavv tin. vvl'h
i-oiii t bottom nnd slaliomrv wood
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Coflee Ml I 1
U la,s (f
Bt a v enanu I
Standard at 25c.
The Ci.ntuu ninl ' nit ii . Veil
lilatoi is li Ini hes lush, edjtist
able .. t i :" inihes wide usei'
lui bed, Hv inc. hntli and school
in inns, hi spit lis, hanks, and 1 C
etc Spi lllll
A. Lisner G&llth
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tender, calloused feet
You're footslck! Your feet feel tired
puffed up, chafed, aching, sweaty, and
they need "Tlz."
"TIz" makes feet remarkably fresh
and sore-proof. "TIz" takes the pain
and burn right out of corns, callouses
nnd bunions. "Tlz" Is the grandest
foot'gladdcncr tho world has ever
Odt a 25-cent box of "Tlz" at any
drug store nnd end foot torture for a
whole year. Never have tired, aching,
sweaty, smelly feet; your shoes will fit
fine and you'll only wish you had tried
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$2.1)! Heavy galvanized iron, fits
anv size can or flj" QQ
TI e a v y calvanized
iron sheet iron top
CI Ina w I'h wood
i ver sMsbtl) soiled,
II e n v v
I n vv hit"
1 1 e j v al
v uiized Iron,
I ke Illustration
to ban on wall
all wood and well
Foldlns. with 6
n a i s , stronsly
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