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I IMaKBllMdB Las Cruces. X. .AL. March 10. II.
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PENALTIES TO BE
ADDED TO TAXH3
City Officials Plan a Change
"in the Time of Tax
Ta?:pajrers who do not pay their taxes
todav will have to pay the 10 percent
penalty as city assessor Louis E. Behr
will commence collecting the 10 percent
It is hardly probable that an exten
sion of time "will be granted as it has
in nnst vftars owinsr to the fact that a
majority of the citizens will have paid j
their taxes up to the time of assessing f
Mayor Sweeney said ihis morning:
'Tntfl we receive the report of the city
assessor, which will probably be two ,
weeks from now, we cannot say wnetner
an extension of time will be granted or
not. If that report shows that a ma
jority of the property owners 'have paid
their taxes it would not he fair to t&em
to grant an extension-
"We know that it works a hardship
on many to be compeled to pay their
county and city taxes at the same time,
and. therefore, we will make a strong
effort at the meeting of the next legis
lature to 'have the time changed so that
city taxes will not become delinquent
until June or thereabouts, giving prop
erty owners an interval of six months
between the time of paj-ing city and
"In order that this mav be done it will
be necessary to change the cit-" charter
so that the present administration will
bold over about three mcnOhs and elec
tion will be changed from April to June
or July, whatever time the fiscal year
WOMAN SEEKS TO
Arrested on the Charge of
Causing Husband's Death
She Conies to Texas.
St. LiOuis, Mo., 'March 1. To escape
the vindictive bitterness of the women
of Kirksville, Mo , wsere she is charged
jointly with Dr. James R. Hull for the
murder of her husband. Prof. J. T.
Vaughn, Mrs. Alma Vaughn is now on
her way to Ballinger, Texas.
She will remain there for a -time
visiting a brother of her dead husband,
Georgo M. Vaughn.
Mrs. Alma Vaughn is under a bond of
$25,000 for her appearance In Kirksville
in May for trial. It is alleged that she
poisoned her husband.
SUIT OVER DRAFT.,
In the 41st district court to"a
Walthall is heiirinir the case of
Xational bank of San Francisco vs. the
F'rst Xational bank of El Paso, the suit
being on a $1200 draft on the American
(jrocery company which ihe defendant
declined to pay, as he draft had been
made for a shipment of beans which the
grocery company refused to accept.
FINED FOR SCORCHING.
Alfonso Martinez was fined $19 which
be -paid in justice Watson's court this
morning on a charge of speeding his au
tomobile on the countv road. The of
fence was committed Friday when the
dust was blowing hard, and Martinez
said he did not know how fast he had
2VOTICE TO FAT WOMEN".
Presumably you know, ladies, that the
proper caper nowadays is lines. Curves
are passe. Tou have got to take off
3'our fat. This must be done In one of
three waj-s. By dieting, by exercises, or
by means of Marmola Prescription Tab
lets The two former will keep you busy
for months and punish you pretty se
verely, the latter will cost you 75 cents
at the druggist's. The tablets will not
malte anv alteration in your diet neces
sary and yet In all probability, before
you have used up one case, you will be
losing from 12 to 16 ounces of fat a day.
Which method do you like the best?
If you fancy this pleasant method of
getting off the fat. see your druggist
instantly, or else write the Marmola Co..
737 Farmer Bldg., Detroit, Mich., to send
you a case by mail. These cases contain
so generous a quantity of tablets that
the treatment is verj- economical. It is,,
also quite harmless, for the tablets are
made exactly in accordance with the fa
mous Marmola Prescription.
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HI MESILLA VALLEY
NEWS NOTES AND
LAS CRUCES PERSONALS
Las Cruces. X. -U. March 1 -0. II.
Brown was called to El Paso this aft
ernoon on business.
Mrs. B. F. Wills of Bi Springs, Tex..
arried last evening1 for a few days'
visit with her sister, Mrs. Charles E.
The chamber of commerce has its reg
ular monthly meeting of the members
this evening at the armory.
The Stewart Furniture company is
moving todav into ithe Aimador building
I on Main street.
. uuage j?. u- .pancer recurnea urns iore
l noon from Santa Fe.
C. R- Phillips went down to El Paso
Samuel Geek went to El Paso this
James T. Smith is attending to busi
ness for lis company in El Paso today.
PRODUCE EXCHANGE TO
BUILD FIVE HAY BARNS
Las Graces,, X. M., March 1. The Me-
silla Vallev Procure vc-hano i -nmv
J getting ready for fche construction of the
first oi the series of hay barns in -the
valley. Four or five barns will be built
and manager Phillips hopc?s to fliave t-he-m
all readj' for this vear's alfalfa. The
first one will be built at Las Cruces and
for this one $2100 has already been
Rock Island Plans to Extend Its Line From Graham
Across the Panhandle to Roswell; Has Already
Bought the Rails for the Line-, It Is De
clared New Texas Line Chartered.
Austin, Tex., IMarch 1. The Texas, I Fort Worth, Tex., starch l.-iThe Rocfc
Xorth & South Railroad company to- Island today announced that It had or
day Incorporated vrith a capital of $30.- I dered sufficient teel to extend the
OOO. The line will run from Coleman I " from Graham, in Young: county,
-.-. i west to IlosTrel!. . 31.. also to Stam-
to A err Braunfels, passing: through j ford aud HailkelL
Center, Throckmorton, ShacUelflord, j This Indicates that the road has defi
Coleman, McCulIoch, San Saba, Mason, ' nitely decided on the routes of Its new
Llano, Gillespie, Kendall and Comal j extensions and that construction vrill
counties. The incorporators are K. K. I Iick'u within a month.
Burgrscoit, la. E. Collins. W. X. Cam
eron, W. H. Stephens, J. C. Dibrell, J.
A. 3IIHer. B. L,. Burcseott, TV. Tr. Chapin,
D. A. Haddleford, all of Coleman.
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Chicago, III-, March 1. Several score Chicago clergymen of many de
nominations swept the floors, dusted, made beds, cooked and washed dishes to
day, in order that their wives might devote their time to fight against sa
loons. The women met at noon at AVIIIard hall and formed an organization
that until election day will be actHe in the campaign for local option.
The agreement of the clergymen to do house work one day and relieve
their wives of domestic cares came as a result of an appeal by L.ncy Page
Gaston, of the anti-clgaret League aud Mrs. Emily Hill, president of the Cook
County "VV. C. T. X. The fight to make Chicago "dry" grows hotter every
day and both sides are putting forth every effort to win the battle In this
Pile. Report HaS It Tliat ItPened to find it they would not hurt
Was a Case of Attempted
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SlUClde: FamilY Declares
It Was Accidental.
One report has it that he had a quar
rel with his mother and tried to end his
life, or at least frighten her; another is
that it was merely an accident, but
anyhow, Flenore Tyra, 18 years of age.
is near death's door as .a result of a
bullet wound in his head, self Inflicted,
this morningat his home on Rosa
street. Lincoml Park, shortly after 10
Drs. J. C. Reinschmidt. of East El
Paso, and assistant city physician A. H.
Butler attended the boy and Dr. But
let probed the wound for a distance of
three inches. He has expressed the
opinion that the boy cannot recover.
The bullet entered the forehead and
lodered in the brain.
One reoort is that after a scene with I
his mother, the boy. evidently trying
to scare her, went to an adjoining
room, placed the barrel of a .3S-callber
revolver close to his forehead and fired
the bullet into his brain, immediately
So close was the revolver to his head
that the skin was powder burned and
the barrel of the revolver was spat
tered with blood.
Members of the family who were in
the front room, rushed in and found
the boy lying unconscious on the floor.
They immediately summoned the physi
cians and wanted him removed to a
hospital, but., believing the case hope
less, the doctors advised against this,
action and he was permitted to re
main in the home.
At noon he was reported as still un
conscious but breathing regularly and
may live for several hours.
Sayi " as Accident.
Dr. .T. C. ICeltner. the ramily physi
cian, who was later summoned, said
over the telephone: "The boy was tak
ing the cartridges oat of an old gun in
the kitchen and accidentally shot him
self. We cannot say whether he will
live or not. He is still unconscious and
in a precarious condition but is breath
Ed Li. Millican, who resides two doors
ast of the Tyra home, said this after
noon that he had been with the family
after the shooting and the boy's mother
said: "My son traded something for the
gun yesterday and I told him hehad
better be careful with it. Hewas about
to start for the bosque this morning to
secure some cottonwood trees to set
out around the house and told me he
would take the cartridges out of the
gun so if the smaller children hap-
LAS CRUCES DAILY RECORD.
Las Cruces. X. M.. March 1. The fol
lowing deeds an I other papers of record
have been filed -with the recorder of
Dona Ana countv:
J. T. Miller to L- A. Hollis. warranty
deed to lots 11 and 13 in block 75 of
Miller's addition, consideration $1 and
other valuables: dated May 17. 1909.
Charles E. Miller et uk to Edward
Clark Adams et al. warranty deed to the
southeast quarter of the northeast quar
ter and lots 3 and 4 of section 12 town
ship 2C south range 2 east, consideration
58S46.50; dated Feb. 1, 1910.
L. H. Yaaiderwerf to Y. L. Fanner,
warranty deed to lots 33. 34, 35, 36, 37
and 3S in block 57 of Miller's Washing
ton Park addition, consideration $1 and
other valuables: dated Feb. 19, 1910.
L- H. Yanderwerf to H. C. Preston,
warranty deed to lots 21 and 22 in block
2 of Miller's Washington Park addition,
consideration $1 and other valuables:
dated Feb. IS. 1910.
J. T. Miller to W. W. Edwards, war
ranty deed to lot 26 in block 24 of Mil
ler's Esparanza addition, consideration $1
and other valuables; dated Aug. 16,
J. T. Miller to Ed Person, warranty
deed to lot 21 in block GG of Miller's ad
dition, consideration $1 and other valu
ables: dated April 5. 1909.
J. T. Miller to E. Pack, warrantv deed
The new lines open a new territory
for Fort Worth which heretofore has
routed frelgrht to Kansas City and Ok
"Then he went into the next room, I
heard him taking the cartridges out of
the gun and suddenly there was a re-
port. My daughter and I ran into the
next room and found him there still
standing with the wound in his head. I
am sure it was purely accidental."
Millican denied that (the boy had
quarreled and said the family assured
him the whole affair wlfcccidental.
Drew First Map of the City
and Is the Seal Father of
the Eeclamation of the Eio
Gen. Anson W. Mills, accompanied by
H. B. Stevens and Wilbur Keblinger,
Gen. Mills's secretary, has been calling
on his friends this morning and in
specting the plans for the hoav sky
scrapers at the office of Trost & Trost
with a view to getting suggestions for
the proposed new Mills building which
Gen. Mills is going to erect to replace
the present Mills building on the cor
ner of Oregon and St. Louis streets, fac
ing the two plazas.
"We are considerinc: nlan for n nw
j building." Gen. Mills said this after-
"uw"- ""- mere is nothing definitely
decided yet. When there is I will let
Drew Map of City.
Gen. 7,Iills had the honor of drawing
the fir&t map of El Paso, the map
Which bears life n-imo onrl n onrvir nf
which is now on file at the Carnegie
iiuitry. mis map was drawn In 1S5S
and hows the streets of the old town
oi that time. To show Gen. Mills's keen
foresight into the future of El Paso, the
present Mills building corner was se
lected by him as the center of the clty
which was to be. True to his predic
tion, the Mills building corner Is the
axis around which the business of the
city revolves and the new Mills building
will mark the business center of the
new EI Paso.
i Planned the Dnni.
Gen. Mills originated the iea of the
international dam, which firtally re
sulted In the present Engle ddm. Gen.
Mills planned a dam above the.El Paso
bEM. MILLS HEBE TO StLEjJ PLANS
HEIlAIiD ON SAT..B IN LAS
C2UJCES, N. M.
Frank A. Knrley, Ageat, opposite
Daily Herald m sale by las Crueea
TtraK Co., Camozze'a News Stamd,
to lot 31 in block 1 of Miller's addition,
consideration $1 and other valuables;
dated Mav IS, 1909.
J. T. Miller to Chas. R. Rankin, war-
lantv deed to lots 2, 4, 6 and S in block
ID of Miller's addition, consideration SI
. and other valuable; dated Mav 18,1909.
J. T. Miller to William Sehultz, war
ranty deed to lot 4 in block 2 of Miller's
addition, consideration SI and other val
uables; dated Mav IS, 1909.
7. T. Miller to Lon R. Smart, war
ranty deed to lots 19 and 20 in block 39
of MUler's Washington Park addition,
consideration $1 and other valuables;
dated Dec- 24. 1909.
t AT LAS CRUCES HOTELS.
I Las Cruces, X. M.. March 1. The fol-
, lowing guests are registered at Hotel
Don Barnardo: Miss Hutzell, Los An
geles; G. A. Trost. El Paso: R. V. Win-
, Chester, Albuquerque; Mrs. M. G. Vom
, Staufen. Ciudad Juarez.
Park Hotel: W. P. Lmdley. Kentucky;
Miss Hutzel. Los Angeles; A. M. Mc-
I Dermott. Philadelphia.
CHICKEN PIE SUPPER.
Las Cruces. X. M., Macrh 1. The wo
men of the Methodist church will serve
the jeople of Las Cruces with a regular
old fashioned chicken pie supper Satur
GARCIA IS DEAD
Wounds Sustained Beneath
Train Too Much for Him.
Little Jesus Garcia is dead. The body
of the 10 year old lad could not resist
the mangling received in the train acci
dent in Juarez a fortnight ago. He died
as he has lived since the accident, un
complaining of a great pain.
Following the accident, the many
school children of the Mexican city had
collected a huge amount of money, they
considered, with which to buy treat
ment and artificial limbs, if need be.
Little Jesus was a school boy, and the
little boys and little girls of the Mex
ican schools considered It their duty to
help. The boy's father was Very poor.
But the money is of no use now. It
was yesterday when the broken body
"of the child was placed 1n a grave in
j the Juarez cemetery. A sorrowing
I family watched the interment.
T2t,r of-fii If- -woe All nrpr n ctraniTp
thing occurred. Many little children,
all out of breath, arrived at the grave.
They had come to the' funeral but too
late, and that because their little legs
could not keep up the pace of the
Such was the tribute made by the
children at the death of a child. They
did not go too slowly, but the horses
went too rapidly, It may be said in the
name of charity.
HE IS TROUBLED
Bull Fight Promoter De
clares Soinebodv Wants
to Take His Life.
Exbull fighter and now bull fight
promoter Rodriguez Hernandez, of
Juarez, believes he has some enemies.
At least he was assaulted last night,
and today he wants to become a
deputy, so that he may carry a "plstola"
and protect himself, he explains.
Police were called to the home of the
bull fight maanger by the sound of a
revolver shot last night- The police ar
rested William Miller, who with an
other American who escaped, assaulted
the bull fighter, so the bull fighter
himself says. He had answered a tap
ping on his chamber door when it
started. The revolver noise was made
by the bull fighter himself.
But William Miller -says he is a citi
zen of some importance; he knows very
well, he says, many great Mexicans, es
pecially Alberto Terrazas. "a very dear
friend." The police really do not know
what to think about the matter.
SENATOR HOL.SEY MAY BE
DAVIDSON'S ADJUTANT GENERAL.
Austin, Tex., March 1. Senator Hol
sey, of Corsicana, visited the headquar
ters of R. L. Davidson today. It is un
derstood that Holsey is slated for ad
jutant general in case Davidson is
elected governor. Holsej- is now a cap
tain in the Texas Xational guard.
smelter to hold the waters for Mexico
and the El Paso valley and was the
pioneer In the movement. Ho has lived
to see the government recognize the
importance of his project, only on a big
ger scale, to include New Mexico also
in its benevolence, and can well be
called "the father of the reclamation of
ths Rio Grande valley."
BAD TEETH CAUSE
At Least They Do STot Ad
vance in Studies as
Eapidly as Others.
Chicago. 111.. March 1. "Children
with bad teeth require half a year
Ipnger to complete eight grades in the
primary schools than do children with
sound teeth," said Leonard P. Ayer
of New York, secretary of the Russell
Sage foundation, speaking before a con
vention of superintendents of the Na
tional Educational association today.
Mr. Ayers reported some results of
his Investigation Into causes and reme
dies of retardation in child education
Physical defects provided the import
ant cause, he said, and he urged co
operation for improvement of the
physique of cnrldren.
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X HOUSE WANTS MORE 1
SHIPS POR XUY X
. Washington, D. C, March 1.
: The house committee on naval ..
affairs today voted for the con- ..
structlon of two battleships, one .
repair ship, two fleet colliers, ..
and four submarines. ' i
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J. R. SEG-ALL THBGW3F
FROM MOTORCYCLE ;
Has Left TJnst Broken and
Is Badlv Bruised in
.?. R. Segall had a serious accident
Monday afternoon while riding his fast
t motorcycle down the hill on Cotton
, He had his foot on the brake wheel
i but the brake became heated and
locked, throwing1 him over the handle
bars. He struck the ground on his face
and left side, immediately losing con-
piousness. His left -wrist w.13 broken.
! the left cheek torn open so that six
i stitches were taken in it, his left knee
1 was seriously bruised and he has sev-
j eral scratches about the face. However,
' ha 'is able to be downtown.
MEXICAN HAS HIS
Another Mexican Is Held by
the Poli2e on Sus
picion. Piliberto Caytan was taken to the po
lice stattlon about 4 oclock Monday aft
ernoon suffering from a fractured skull,
and Dr. Butler ordered him sent to the
j county hospital. According to a story
toia oy tne iainer oi tne doj, hu is
but 18 years old, he was hit over the
had with a revolver by another Mex-
j ican when they had a quarrel in the al
ley on Ninth street between Broadway
and Oregon streets. Mike Hernandez
was arrested Monday night and docketed
as a suspicious character However, he
denies having made the assault.
DIGGING- FOR DEAD
EN THE DEBRIS
(Continued from Page One.)
slide occurred, two are dead and half
a dozen injured. It is not known how
many more are beneath the wreckage.
This avalanche is not so extensive as
the others, but its force was terrific,
the mountainside being fairly swept
clean before it.
T-he fourth slide at the North Frank
lin mine, near Burke, played a peculiar
freak when it descended upon the bunk
house of the miners. Two men were
sleeping in one room of the bunk house
and in the front part of the log struc
ture. The avalanche tore the building
to splinters except the room in which
the men were sleeping and rushing
down the mountain, piled up in a gulch
not a hundred yards from a group of
cabins containing many miners and
THE COOK OF THE AIR
Boston Man Brands as FaJe Asser
tion of Another That He Fleyr from
Boston to Nevr York at NJRht.
"Worcester, Mass., March 1. Wal
lace E. Tillinghast, the Worcester in
ventor, who claimed to have made
100 ascensions in an aeroplane of his
own invention, has been denounced
by J. Walter Flagg. of this place,
director of the New England Aero
club, who was appointed by the
club to investigate the claim of his
Tillinghast startled the country re
cently with a statement that he
made a flight from Boston to New
York on the night of Sept. S, 1909,
reached an altitude of 4000 feet and
remained in midair 46 minutes while
the motors were being repaired by two
machinists. He refused 'to give any de
tails of the trip.
Tillinghast would give no par
ticulars, but promised the New Eng
land Aero club to exhibit the aeroplane
at the Boston Aeroplane show this
week. He has made no entry and Mr.
Flagg has made an informal report. Mr.
"When I make my formal report
to the Aero club of New England I
shall state in substance that I believe
Chis man is a fakir; that the claims he
has made are unfounded, and that I do
not believe he has made a single flight.
You may better understand how thor
oughly convinced I am of the truth of
the report I have made when I add that
Mr. Tillinghast said to me 'I have done
all they say I have, and more, I have
made 100 flights in my machine, and
more.' He had a chance- to give out a.
sensible story, based on scientific prin
ciples, and refused to do it.
"At first I had information to lead
me to believe Tillinghast had invented
an aeroplane, but I found this to be
without foundation. After a searching
investigation I do not find one fact to
warrant the statement that he has ever
made an ascension or completed a ma
chine In which to fly."
Andrew P. Taylor, .educational di
rector of the Y. M. C. A., who went to
Tillinghast in connection with the as
sociation's department of aeronautics,
"I know Mr. Tillinghast made some
drawings for an aeroplane, but that is
as far as he ever got."
DISAPPEARANCE OP HORSE
PUZZLES JUAREZ POLICE
El Paso Resident Is Arrested In Jnarex,
But Is Released AVhen Horse
Returns to Stable.
It was Saturday when a favorite mare
disappeared from the stable of Hesl
gino Slavez, who lives on the out
skirts of Juarez.
Sunday found Octaviano Garcia, a.
Mexican resident of El Paso, in the
Juarez jail. He was arrested on com
plaint of the Juarez resident.
But last night the missing mare re
turned to the stable of the Mexican
citizen. And today Garcia, of necessity,
"Did that mare steal herself and then
come back?" is the question which, is
worrying the Juarez police.
ROADMASTERS OF THE
STATE FORM ASSOCIATION.
Austin, Tex., March 1. The Road
masters association was organized
here last night and Waco was selected
for (he first convention. June loth. F.
T. Odoum, of Cleburne, was elected
president; B. E. Mosher, of Palestine,
vice president; and H. Hanket, of
CARELESS FIREr S GETS
FIVE 1KAH9 i. x-iviaun
Shreveport, La . March 1. Con F. Ir
vine, a Kansas City Southern railway
fireman, was this afternoon sentenced
to servo a five year term in the peni
tentiary on conviction on the charge of
manslaughter, growing out of a colY
sion of a Texas & Pacific train and a
Kansas City Southern locomotive here
recently, in which three persons were
If troubled with TnOlgcstlon. consti
pation, no appetite or feel bilious, give
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets a trial and yoa will be pleased with
the result. These tablets invigorate the
stomach and liver and strengthen the
digestion. Sold by all druggists.
Little Folks Dresses
Ready to Put On
You'll agree with ns when you see the dresses,
that it 7s hardly worth while to work and wor
Ty over the making of dresses for the little
folks. They're prettily made, of good mate
rials and in the very neatest of styles and the
prices are scarcely more than the materials
alone would cost you.
We show many ven- good style washable
dresses for misses of 13 to 17 years.
Scotch plaid zephyr gingham dresses, 2 to 14 years, in
high or low neck styles, i?Q J?A fe2 E"
in most beautiful colors... P3 iOU to POLI
Plain color zephyr gingham and chambray dresses, 2 to
14 years, in a variety of d? E!lfc rt5 PA
stvles and qualities
Fancy plaid and check
gingham dresses, 2 to 14 vrs
Plain and fancy gingham, madras and percale dresses,
sizes 2 to 14 years, in a variety of very Q Q
pretty styles, values up to 1.50, special tO C
GAMBLED IN ESAE
OF EL PASO BAB
Two Men in Police Court
Swear That Gambling Is
Charles Hopkins and Sylvester Hay
ward, were fined $10 each in police cout
Monday evening on a charge of vag
rancy. The men were arrested in a room at
the rear of the Sirty-six bar on the cor
ner of Third and Oregon streets Satur
On the stand, both admitted that they
had gambled in the wine room at the i
rear of the saloon and Hayward said I
that gambling had been going on there
for some time, and the police knew it.
Policeman Woods said that he sus
pected such conditions existed but conld
not secure sufficient evidence to war
rant a raid.
HIGH WATER DAMAGES
PROPERTY IX OHIO
Cleveland, O., March 1. High
water, in several rier valleys
throughout Ohio yesterday cost
two lives, did much property
damage, flooded several towns
and Impeded traffic. Today the
waters are receding.
IXDICT3IEXT IX 3IfRDElt
CASE QUASHED AT FT. WORTH
Ft. Worth, Tex.. March 1. Judge R.
H. Buck, of the 4Sth district court, to
day quashed the indictment against
Bob Hammond, charging him with the
murder of patrolman W. A. Campbell.
The defence charges irregularities in
the jury which returned the indictment.
Hammond was rearrested this morning
and placed under a $5000 bond for his
appearance for trial Wednesday. ,
FTENTIMES you are careless
in your manner of eating.
fTiito 'Kt-iwtTtit rt , .xli .c T.ar 9
uiw muiji-g uu x open ui J.UU1- n
gestion and kindred ills. It isa
then you will appreciate the value
AT SODA FOUNTAINS OR ELSEWHERE
Original ad Genuine
RICH MILK, IWLT GRAM EXTRACT,!? POWDER
Kof in any iilk Trisst
Insist on "HORLICK'S"
I iOSTETTER'fll CLOSING OUT
111 stowach il SilLE
II 1 BITTER Wl
1 film a nnnlriA 1
J? JL oSJ? XJiy cPcruv
4J Ttw to
SAVES HIS PARTY
Others AH About Them Are
Stricken "With Deadly
Gondokoro. Africa, March 1. Roose
velt luck has attended the American
hunters and scientists, ana tney may be
congratulated on their escape from
African fever that has followed in the
wake of the expedition.
Dr. Rod eric Presch, a French medical
missionary, who took luncheon with Mr.
Roosevelt yesterday, died suddenly of
fever today. At a camp adjoining that
of the Americans an English sports
man is critically ill following a trip to
KTampalia. where the Roosevelt expedi
The district commissioner of Gondo
koro has also been stricken with fever
When Col. Roosevelt and his party
sailed for Khartoum yesterday they
apparentlj- were in good health. '
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