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T houig h t Hts Flash In Battle
Was ani Order From the
FIRST USE OF SMOKE SCREEN
Apache Kid Used 11. Says Noted Ran
ger* i Reai of Story of His
Eventfu' Life-Has Remarkable
E xperiences as Ranger.
t ia- iirre l i ' 1:( l W 1rsen i lt . Ili$- f:111141114
h el:ul.;11:4t.h A1p:14-11m Kil hli l t11h.
tir..t at . . ,-riln re oh- inl this
w 1:1 : ra-I lItis t itl It is I'll er vow
hily, boliwt*o huster, petty express. rider~l
1Tiart1 Ill Fliii Wi \ tst
piijrsulits, including thlos. o)fGrniu
asd he Mi, inOder Frte therto
her Ki reeltal of Is Ife, which as
be t't- i lnle10 full (of Stloy o tIf Hi -
row esalpeis that rend like 1te. assag
fron illn 4 1h I ilune n leovil . I
Fred Owen-is. Mwn nine years old,
was missing fron2 ht; 4''ie in e1a
Ingsburg. Ky., 1r,0. ring inl 18.9.
lie hnld gonle \\'l i
At elightfenii. lir- ini 1-1N. he i eenn ai
Texas :11n1ir i inll' s uch ai I sark
for hi s, 11 44lf 111th hi- wN\1( o to) 1 1the
Cl'e in i tl at ol' hi spu w it I ler
rang rs to i reporesent1 f t. 1 .n1e1114, Slar
Stat l. I SXn t-7 itll l-' I,-w was dv
Mans It'.snd, foi the 2'lli eritory.4
lie was eve behIl up bt 'ny ire
ruIro a is bent~r'i :4 onia iein hthe'
valuainrs he car'r''ied. 'icSu
In2 l.Ii1u 7i nilk h sIl nen'' in as
(11214'n 1.i 1(. the * ntst wiIIl 14hi'rf that
'nt i *;'r2n'l..'s I22pturie in thel hills
boek~i \1' of ( hun hn. Myx2iof i'loS l'
sit. AnIl he tels :4 -try (If the Inl
dInll's 411.1.st ieretha lInla lhe 1~ i4ntiof
the4 recordl'11 of the' \\'::14departinent.
01n'e ' of the'e C'%w.
In :ifi er .\entis ,h-r''uhan 4 t44h1lilhun
12!if it i ' story of the' iian'iis super'l
tii a 4l (4:414ur'e. 'h rel4 14114's pmursulE'lS
14utuber'44'I :llnonlI thern~ 2 ('(lIpinIn lIIll
neto t'im illIs 2414 11 t Iiihsi' bieine
hot4. IIlI'4Ib l'ri411 4'4(ninat11il was1 4'rnwlV
(')11( 14(r t ern, (4oward the redskin'ts
fgrh n ('lit ht s111f4he1.e o
Pocket Mirror Saved Him.
were resourceful 11nen1. A' Irivate in
the advancing Il'line had14 1 seen a44h point41
41 of vatatlge n11nd thoutghit his eny~ltnInl
should know111 of It. T1o, move( or enn(
would1 revea'tl Ihis 1"oesition11 to te in.
dians, yet 1h4 must get the lit ltnt
o'f Captini iI4elbraiei. Ta'king 1a Kiull
rays 44f th 1im.The reflec'(td on1
thd e o4'41f ilbrnde then inl inuni-)
tient 41h1inge4r of 4ih'irunknol1('M rifle4. Ittit
the flash heoat thel 1Inin's tigge'r fini
* ger. lihe saw1 thle wonerfui(l''1 briight
light a nd t houghtrl iIt 1 mlessallge' froml
henven to I denty Can f indeb01 11 4orandl
s thie GireatI Spirit. 4' ;roimol 1 ran4 I upI)li
his flag of t rile,4' mere'Ily 4 tiplating
thajt he shld~( not1 lhe 1hun2.g 4r shot4 for
is outrarges I h44 sulrreIered14l''. I IIs
in 1884 the ~IllE A Inehe h. t hlf-br1'eed
futlaw,' and ih iIs hand11 (I''11 weeIllraudl~i
lt wes4't Tfexas. TIhe~ A 'ne'he K(14 was
of the 511me4 tr'ibe, but1 11ot re'Ilted4 14
eronhno~l4. Ye't 11e possessed1' Il theiI 4
Wiis an rd sa vnge ('ruel'1ty of hIs (Ihler
~an. Co14lnei 4'we'ns 11114 hiIs fellows
, agers were sent after1 tile Ajpnehle
~he chase was a hot one. The'
african Rebels Ae C
-it -tf .with tkfrien,. wh lch was the cenlt
h y' troops.
A plhe Kill knew horses, and1 from
''t niln tit''41pt rellnss Ii) oni tie fast
es iifreshests hor sem inl corrals hie
asdl. The2 rage'rs itigged aI long o(
1th01r annaM pon11its. Buit they followedl
the4, I ill Io list talit they drove the
.\ ih 11141 1d a i hanIiidS to i field
' 1fwer corrails and iliore desperate
They 1urrOlld lipthe 111 han( at Sti ni
ill, WElls, Si-tnlli'4 frot tie Suli)Iurl
fulks that rIP4 frotn its pit. As the
w 4liel ilosed1 Ii the Alnelic T(l
111 Ill* f a .:iloke screen. Tle
wh01l was lwillnt from his hand to
wniril lr fill, rangrs. The 114111ils fired
I1w 111r1irh10. TiEn. unde41cr CON'ver of the
st1ioke. livy broug4h1iIlt. dIown-It s41ie of the
Colonel Is Wounded.
('0111nt (1wen-4 lid 1n4ot O.i11npe. Two
f theI' WVoll ys with wio2 ii ile h hd
1.4-l4v whenl ho fir't (eltne to Texals fell
in tih. ri-ll. fire. ('oloniel (Owels draggedl
then4it triu11gih It anlid retirniIed to get
his h he. Then he rode Into a bullet
Ihit 41night him in i lhe left thigh and
:llthr killed his horse, which fell on
11h v4ilonel, erlslied his eiiest, and left
bim lnl(conselo'. 'When lie cntne to
linlslif it. was seveni iiles nearer
vivilization. biving cnrried (iln the back
(if a frilndly 2luw. The \olff boys
Were Sa 1vel.
Itecniperaling hle nealtin took lip the
else ilid helped to muake It moerry for
the Aalhe Kid until Iltt outlaw was
riln Ill eover lii Itear ellnyol on
ihe Pecos river, aid died from a ran
Ie then lroke 1.1 horses to w-ork
wihotit lino, irhdir or lilt. ail their
Iper'fi rInnliet was presented th4 1le firs*'
44m244 ( wengs went b'ackc to lTexas2. 1I4'
added4'i t( his st rring of "to1k rac ~teers."'
a 1lthey wi'ee't nlhi I, and1 41reentedl
t hiimi forl two4 5(easons4 with the Har
liull & lHni ley cirlres. Then lhe sold
thI Ca~~ O th11 (4it f compan..
N rtturnled to Te'xt and11( took up
thle trall of Bass Seott and11( hIs hand
oif enittle rulstlers. ThIs *'rowd was ex
t('-ihut ed 10(0 iles from Fort Stock
144n, lbu tbefore the4I r etnd Colonel
Owens'1i had4 I'( reil a terrIble wiounid
thait ('ruI'h4d in h Is left side.
1,000 Head Were Dead.
Th'ils 11lai imi lil for some14 titme, hut
he' wentt (on thle lust '"hig dIrive" of ('at
OWNS FAMOUS NECKLACE
i .'ret't 1411414dge of41 tart PoIn . 144 let~
n rI h ido of the . not. Tmior Emufoe
tuire'r 8he Is tihe Irest.'I (owne.ir of
thle pentrI neek lne-'. voo- I n~Ist .%2r,o00
-1nce the proper-ty of l1tmpress *l.'athit
er-Iine of 5tuiinSl--the 511 i' of whtichi
e'nsedl a tiwsuitl betw"een two big jew.
Qer of tie recent (isturbanlces created h3
Gives Beating to Wife
Who Wouldn't "Doll Up"
lhIi)I Magarino, twenty-five
year:11's toll, it llototrlan of Brook- I
a 1ynI. N. Y., Is differelit fronm most g
Ilishiln(is, for h4e not only d44es
1 not 11objet to ils wife uin'lig cosI
*ltres, hill hle insists sh 414) .
* H ratlise lldelen, his sp 1)1s', IT- I
A1844d to Its(" roulge andn powdler,
I Aligatrlin , levor-diig it t I
(.hn r1ge, helt t her.. \\'henl .\[n is
f rat.t I.1loilt hleatillf the untisll m
(lit for l ag rilI's 'tIIege l
Iwllting of his w\Ife,. hit, ordered
he n innI placId Oil prba4 iII
* tion, per ling it flr-thter ivestliga
n---........ ........... ..a
Ill froii T4'xas. There were 5.0)
hi 1 ill (lit' herl0 . In1 SteveIs Sau r
TexWs, sit elled hrauISe. (Ihe htills fofrn
i glint Sn1i-er. it ciote harked 1nit
a (mwhoy fired a shot at it. Whe;14')
the staiipede1 was o0vr Onle 11ltost14:
helad of cattle we're dtead and twenty.
live i unIredIl wPre lost.
lIt irnI Ig to cIvIlI Izatoin, Colon0
Owelns hwenrd of a midget broncele
ponly born on the trail. He bought
this little nhiinal, which was the great
trick poniy "Cleo." Ile traIned "Cleo"
and tihe animal was taken around the
wirld twice by Colonel Owens. "Cleo"
diled in 1918. Colonel Owens then left
Walit is thought of h-im 1b)y showmen
1N evblened by his Initial, amd since
aultolinitie electionls as 0haln of
their club. Ile can still take the
thmIIb, fore and mhidle tingers of li
plisttl o, ll and crimp ni eignrette
hlit wboys vay, in spite of tIle fact
that th'se4 three fingers are marred
by thll nulrk oif at bulllet that qhot the
gull oilt of his hand.
(.otlone1l Owents is still a Texas Ran
ge'r. Itte has never resignedl, lhe has
neave'r been dlischarged. Ile is a1 man8
itf t<iult 11nien, and14 to mee'(t haim one
wouh~tillnever1 rea'liz h74'le was onie oif the
va1 lint en that c-aried4( h lawid order
C to and over the front ie.rs.
SHOT 102 TIMES, BUT LIVES~
Sergt. Samuel Joseph of Kentucky
Has Record for Stopping Ger
Le'xinto n, Ky.-Sergt. Alv In T.
divit'le oos ftr ti'apt uring or dest roy
In Gernmnt-ia s duiiri ng the Wuirblt wttr.
hut at the Goi d Samaflr~ th hospital
In this cilty is an1 Ams-'ritan sergeant
wvho probab.liy 0topped1 .:ore hulle-ts
rhhan any "'h.-r -onit-r in~ Unrtie Samn'
arm1!y,:ar'd. .-houghC h:- me'rits are un
with thr--.I,/ Y'rk tndWoofr'.
7r -/ -: - ' 1g n wa.. h s i
nust.i f:- a -, *.A'b oper atin o.'
% r. A' 'gf~'r o:;, t>, Ii bu wit Vrek
on :'r.i - y, '--/:- : s'rs haid tik'
ara .i -i r, yW. > iiix~ rhe v'u--div oii
4t.i i .e-, i, a'' 45 ria g in te fr(ttt
frli- - f :a ' th C: 35 mnnusfont witou
'ot I c frru c-ri 1, rythn''n oiut wasr ~gt
I:nmr at ( G.~'a 'Itenthi InfthAry,
gorilnb(' ort pwh r in r'te'v atr
of l(luntig:'y, helpted a sta nd take
.\ionell itir was in the1 g',reatc' drivegtn
flting~ 111Il lieth e(b mane' front unr
tprt ig t l in teI.uiay fg t
Yng tCaEa Thperry y Cin thenAr
g Anedorts, Glahers on rAdved of t
1f heis wounds, wo u an wsit1"o aknt toa
Fort'i 2t -onts heraie i tsoetilI1 the gu
Youi' ng Ext-Em per of1(I C in inally
Adopts' Glasse or fAviceh ofo
l'taki ngT wuar "spe" or nots t
BRI NEWS NOTES
WHAT HAS OCCURRED DURING
WEEK THROUGHOUT COUN.
TRY AND ABROAD
EVENTS OF IMPORTANCE
Gathered Prom All Parts Of The
Globe And Told In Short
Vatican officials said recently that
the report circulated that Pope Plus
might address a note to the heads of
tle delegations to tho Glenoa confer
once were without iny foundation in
Two children were wounded during
the Belfast disturbances and later died.
A tramcar depot in Fals Road was
raided. The cashier was bound and
robbed of 550 pounds sterling.
The employers lockout of forty
seven engineering unions apart from
the Amalgamated Engineers' Union,
of London, .vhich was to have become
effective on April 5, has been suspend
ed pending negotiations between the
employers and representatives of the
Acceptance by the British govern
ment of the equity of the American
views pertaining to the maintenance
costs of the American army of occu
pation, as expounded in the recent
note of Secretary of State Hughes to
the allies, has been informally con
veyed to the American government.
although a formal note officially con
firming the acceptancec has not yet
An official dispatech from Vladivos
tok to the Japanese war office states
that the commander of the Chita army
in Siberia notified the commander of
the Japanese garrison at Spassk. 100
miles north of Vladivostok, on April
2. that the Chita forces intended to
occupy a line of neutral territory and
to continue a further advance south
ward. The Japanese commander ig
nored the note.
The state prosecutor has ordered the
seizure of all newspapers which pub
lished the legitimists' proclamation
proclaiming Francis Joseph Otto. eld
est son of the later former Emperor
Charles, as king of Hungary. The
proclamation read: "With the death
of Charles, Otto II is king of Hungary,
although temporarily prdVented from
coronation." It was signed 19 aristo
crats, headed by Count Albert .Ap
After a twenty-year search extend.
ing to all parts of this continent, Mrs.
Louise F. Lesueur, of Boston, recently
found her son, Everett, now a mem
her of the Canadian mounted police
at Ottawa, Canada.
A car containing mail from England
destined for Italy, was broken into be
tween Paris and Laroche and thirty
bags of English mail matter were
Intermittent earth shocks are report
ed in the northern part of Serbia.
The heart of former Emperor
Char-les of Huangary 'was removed and
will be sent in a glass jar to Austria.
The present intention is to send the
body13 to H1ungary'.
The motion attacking the coalition
presented in the British house of conm
mons b~y Sir William Joynson-Hicks,
Unionist, has attracted considerable
attention in newspaper circles.
By a vote of more than 3 to 1 the
house recently passed and sent to the
senate a bill authorizing the dleporta
tion of aliens convicted in state or
fedleral courts on charges of l'aving
violated the narcotic and Volstead
The seismograph at Georgetown
university recordls an earth movement
of pronounced intensity, centered
about two thousand miles from Wash
Actual wojrk on the new negro hos
pital for negro veterans at Tuskegee,
Ala.. should be unc'er way by the
middle of May, as the contracts for
the mechanical eqiuipmnent and build
ing work (on the institution should
Ibo let by May 10.
Increased employment ranging up
to 28 per cent over the precedling
month was reported to the employ
mernt service of the department of
labor from 43 of ?5 representative
r:ities for the month ending March
31. The automotive and allied indus
tries, iron and steel and their prod
ucts and lumber headed the trades
showing improved activity. The net
increase for the country, figured on
reports fronm 1,428 firms was 2.5 per
For the third time withirr a year
the house was thrown into an uiroar,
with Representative Blanton, demo
crat, Texas, the object of attack. in
a fiery ten-minute SPeech, Represen
tative, dean of, the Texas delegation,
dleclared that Mr. Blanton was "as
common a liar as ever- spoke a wordl
of ianglishu in this country."
Trho house has put its foot dlown on
a. proposal to pay salaries of $35,000
to four shipping board officials, r-efus
ing to approve the conference replort
on the independent offices apprilopr-ia
Comlmunicattons addlressed to tile
state -depar-tment by A mbassadlor
Riccl, of Italy, appealing agalinst the
use of the 1910 .cenisus figures asa
basis for fixing tihe three ih ' cent(
quotas under the immigration 'estie-|
aon' act, have been forwarded by Sec.
retary Hughes to Chairman1 Johnlson,
of tile house i'mmigration ,.lnmtte
Demand for investigatlon by tbo'h
partment of justice of charges that.
Anti-Saloon League of America! as
failed to report mmpaign expenditutes
as r6quired under the corrupt pfctloes
act has been made in the house by
Representative Tinkham, Republican,
A congressional effort at settlement
particularly as It involves the bitumi
nous fields, has been begun. Chairman
Nolan of (lie house labor committee
has been authorized to telegraph inv'
tations to a number of representative
Operators and officers of the operators'
association in the central competitive
field to attend a meeting with the
miners' union leaders in Washington
April 10, and attempt to reach an
War contracts audited by the war
department to (late show approxi
mately $45,000,000 due the govern
ment. Of this sum, it is stated, more
than $26,000,000 is iII proces of col
lection and about $4,000,000 in claims
against contractors have been turned
over to the department of justice for
Confidence that congress in the end
will ertain the army at approximately
the figure asked by the war depart
inent was expressed In administration
quarters after Chairman Kahn of the
house military committee had talked
the situation over with President Har
(ling. Mr. Kahn said he believed that
eventually the army bill would carry
an officer personnel of 13,000 and an
enlisted strength of around 150,000.
Senate agriculture committee mem
bers have been called upon by Chair
man Norris to vote on a motion to
aniend the army appropriation bill
when it is acted upon in the senate
in a way that will provide funds -for
army engineers to resume work on the
Wilson dlam at Muscle Shoals, Ala.,
Using the family axe as a weapon
some one killed Theodore Tremblay,
18, hacked four of his younger broth.
ers, three probaibly fatally, injured the
father and set fire to the house and
barn at the Treiblay farm near St.
Joseph, Mo. Officers say they are
without clues. The elder Tremblay
could throw no light on the murder.
The crime was discovered by neigh
bors attracted by the blazing house
Complete suspension of coal produc
tion in the non-union Winding Gulf
coal fields of West Virginia is pre
dicted in a statement by Lawrence
Dwyer of Beckley, W. Va., a member
of the executive board of the United
Mine Workers of America. In the
New River field he says only fifty men
are at work. Mr. Dwyer said the min
ers in Winding Gulf number 10,000 and
those in the New River field about
Arrested at New York upon his ar
rival from Washington in connection
with a civil suit involving the theft
in Transkalkalin in 1919 of goods
valued at $475,000, General Gregorie
Semenoff, anti-bolshevik military
leader in Siberia, was released on
$25,000 bail after being held tinder
guard in the Waldorf-Astoria hotel
for five hours.
An alleged oil fraud, said to involve
the loss of $1,000,000 to investors at
Boston, Mass., and possibly millions
in other parts of the country, was
disclosed by federal attorneys when
they made public the names of 18 oil
financiers in New York, Boston andl
Holyoke who have been indicted se
cretly by the federal grand jury for
fraudulent use of the mails.
IDealings in all classes of stock on
the New York stock exchange recent
ly amounted to about 1,576,000 shares,
the largest total of any session since
1920, when marlset values were sub
jectedl to considerable dlepression.
The number of stocks traded in, most
ly at extreme gains of 1 to 6 points,
was estimated between 440 and 460
1separate issues, this about equaling
the record made last March.
IA reduction amounting to 3 1-2 cents
per one hundred pounds in hardwood
lumber rates from southwestern pro
ducing territory to Central Freight
association aind Eastern Trunk Line
territory, has been granted by the in
terstate commerce commission, it is
announced in Memphis, Tonn.
Bessie Sisk, on trial at Memphis,
Tenn., for slaying her lover, Hor-bert
Bingham, was acquitted, after te
judge remarked that the imn "get
what was comning to him--possibly.
not in the right way, but he got it."
Maj. .John WV. Simons of Charles
?ton, S. C., and Lieut. G. H. Fitzpatrick
of Sacramento, Cal., were killed at
Houston, Texas, in an airplane acci
dent on Ellington field.
While firemen were fighting flames
in St. Ann's Catholic church in New
York, men, women and children knelt
and prayed that the flames would not
spread. There was very little dam
A United States marine is being held
uinder observation at tfie barracks
here in connection with the ceath of
Mrs. Ruth Mercer, whose body was
found on the beach at Ocean View,
near Norfolk, Va,
A plattfor a general jail delivery
at the Raymond street jail in Brook
lyn, where Miss Oliva M. P. Stona
charged with murdering Ellis 0. Kin
kend, is confined, was' illustrated rx'
Olivio M. P. Stone, former trined
nurse, was fouind not guilty of the
murder of Ellis Cl. Kinkoaud, formier
corpor-ation councel - of Cincininat i,
whom she shot to decathi on thet plon
that lhe hadl abaindoned her after mitk
lng her his commion'law wife, by at
jury which reported after nine hourti
The Skin and Po. n
Esy and Eenilcal Resuts Qk
Of what use are fine features
with an ugly, mottled skin,
flabby flesh, sunken cheeks,
pouches, under this eye, or a
careworn, sickly-looking face?
If you want to quickly clear your
skin and complexion, put some frm,
healthy flesh on your bones, increase
your nerve force and power and look
and feel far better, Pimply try taking
two of MASTIN'S tiny yeast VITA
MON TABLETS with each meal and
watch the results.
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duce real "stay-there" flesh, clear
skin and increase energy.
Under their purifying influence,
many embarrassing skin eruptions
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the skin and coinplexion fresh, clear
and glowing with ruddy health.
To protect yourself against imita
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USE SLOAN'S TO
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Y OU can't do your best when
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Apply Sloan's Liniment freely, with.
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Good for rheumatism, neuralgia,
sprains and strains, aches .and pains
sciatica, sore muscles, stiff joints and
the after effects of weather exposure.
For forty years pain's enemy. Ask
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Lumbago or Gout ?
Take RIH EUMdAVIDE to remove Ihecause
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MALARIA, CHILLS, FEVER AND LA GRIPPE
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IT'N A POWJI)Elti AND) INFALLIlBLE
The ehtoks inhaule the dust. Kills the worm
an weil a thie (Germ--saves the chicks.
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lsafe remedy is
Beauty to Cra andle
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