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A NU AH V 14, 1911
Trn r ! i nAc A mien r jLLUTf j h SON TO THE GRAVE HERE NINE YEARS ECHOES General Huerta. Madero's Assassin. Dies at El Paso I'M II' v I - Three Others Executed by the Bandits Trusj in Peopl BLISTERS ON FACE HEALED BY CUTICURA SOAP AND OINTMENT II.mIi. - i r f llowed and in bhind him, h id ii i d Fnltcd -i. Mi M.m Ki .ill im-iil In i i i uu I : n i ' Ism . Sampli I at h I ree lv M.iil The Treatment of Influenza or La Grippe M.M Be Killi ! t.il l'rn. -.1 .1.1- II 'III Montenegro Is Ruled by the Austrians s H-S When Your Feet Feel As Big as All Outdoors from th-se ' i corn or callouses and Me doesn't seem worth living get Nab-lt from your druggist rd banish all the WAIT a lr or two or even an hour for relief. It n q-acker tkian a minute It l for ! at drusetsl Price ZJc You II r Itt worth II any Uny i. .ill- n I a I n - ii Ii in KnM-r I ur Otiti ...i I ur Groves I ur I ap- l taiwH s igbtgtm i and Pajamas 50c, II. 11.50 i 1 1 . 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Tulsa, Oklahoma Dr. A Parlier Prar Co., Oiicatn Warned "i Danger. sjiiv iiml I nsafc, M 11 oplc ICiii'l Knott Irii niT'i help. Take D Km; Nan Ufa rills and sec bon Inej lieli ii m ui thrf whole system. Fine foi (hi stomach too. Aids digestion I ,.! illl H t III' I 'loud llllll 1 1 .1 I fi 11, . i i.lli i mod. Only Zfio Bl your Druggist d During the daj Becretarj Lansing in ni. ii clear that the United Btatea would expeel from the do facto gov ernmenl evidence thai the murderer: had been punished and thai if proper steps were n -t taken an issue mighl ., t im' li I ii ii tin 1 riltnl Si. it' - iii.d the CaiTanM administration. This si.tti mi nt v im considered significant of the determination of the United Btatea to enforce protectloa of ita at t ! he i ni i 'i .ifiir the rei Becretarj J ' CarraBM at warn d Amei rltory Whit li ous. Mr AtiU'i Ii uii . f In t he thirttles should have Icani to Kiiiy out of t-r-th'y considered danger. Arredondo'i itateraenl that nils had been warned to ki dahgeroui dlatrlcta were made corridors of the state depart. it the conclusion of his confer- thi f i r- from the French and Kritish --i ,i in screening the retiring Rumors of the state of the German reports that the Mown prince has cuss measures In ease tht emperor! .iiniiw i prolonged. An Amsterdam dispel h attacnt sign If lean c t the fad thai 1 1 - emperor failed par sonally tu n ad the speech from Un throne at the opening of the Prussian diet and savs that the emperor re- prorals d to be present at tl on. terdara dispatch to (he Kx elegi aph ompany fays: n i. n,r is .Till at.i d sufp ring fever has set atedlj IS f Th from the throat and n in " Th , i "respondent fmi to give tiro so r e of his Information, however. The only news direct from Merlin quotes the Tageblntt tl savins: thut the "boll" frmii which the emperor ,- - ,ffi ring docs not prevent his walk ing out. Itnipj era ma ied to grow more acute Amer .i'iiis were dtspatchad to n w..:irs .md a large number ips v ere com i ntrati d on the At the same time the cin . lata, put the Carransa faction themselves, advanced fmrn the lef -atinir the lliuita t'oi.ps ,n Climax came In April when a of Ann rlcan bluejai sets was at Ver.i I'rtiz and thrown Into Americans were quickly re leased rut Huerta The i i.t . . lied i" rth, battle The party se ied ..i,i P fuw , I resldotlt Wllson'a demand for a formal s.ilntn to the st.T-s .nut atrlpea as a measure of rep . i .r n in April II American bluejackets and murines landed at Vera Cruz in force and occupied the i itv after some street fightinc in whit h a number of Americans were killed, Shortly afterward a mediation pro posal a.s made by Argentina, Hrazil and Chile and accepted. Conferences were held at Niagara Falls but brought no decisive result. I inallx Id -ii;ll- Matters dragged along until July 7 when lluena, his finances exhausted, his army thoroughly beaten and dis organized, his enemies growing stead ily stronger, presented hit resignation to the Mexican congress. He sailed tiom Puerto Mexlio a few day later on the German cruiser Dresden and fur a short stay In Jamaica, char tered a steamer and sel out for Spain. 'U'. November President Wilson 'ordered the evacuation of Vera Crux, on March t. IBIS, General Huerta I left spam i etenslbly for Buenos Ains li disembarked al Algeclraa, Morocco, and early in April hoarded a steamer for New York, declaring he was commf to this country -amply on a pleasure trip. After re malnlng In New York for some time he started west with the announced intention of wsiting tin s.m Francisco Panama exposition, t n June 2" he was arrested by secret service agents Bl Newman. V M.. on a charge of conspiring to Itu it e a revolution against a friendly country. He was released on bond, but was rearrested by secret service men at KI Paso OH July 3, when apaprently planning to cross the bordi r iici.i iii .inn Huerta remained in jail until re cember '8 when he was permitted to be removed to his home In Bl Paso on account of the serious nature of his illness. During lluerta's stay In America numerous stories were circulated from various sources asserting that he was being backed by German IgentS In a plot to embroil this coun try with Mexico. These stories were I i t7 RUFF SHAI SOAP RamOTCI dandrut! leaves the scalp clean and refreshed, niake- the hair soft. flufTv an silky. Induces hair, growth stops falling hair, and pro motes hair health. In a cleanly, convenient. metal hinged b"x; Price 25 centi. Sold only at Nyal Quality Stores Ttifrr't on .,1 Vr food drof it, rirbt la yeur adfhborhuod-- Mlr fla.r Id 1 I i (flcially denied by Count von Bern storff, the Qarman amia8sador. They were revived again, however, by statements by federal officials tfal Franz von liintelen, a German ,ic n;. had spent large sums of money en deavoring to cause disturbances u' ' hi Mi i, B n bol der.