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on Pages 13, 14 and 15.
RENE BACKETS BUDGET.
EXCITING SPORT DESCRIBED IN A NEW3 GOV
Chasing the Plying Fish With Shotguns in Gasoline
Launches A Biological Station Maintained for the
) Purpose of Studying Piscatorial Problems A
Sunfish That Weighs a Ton.
WASHINGTON, D. C., April 16.
A special bulletin on "the
greatest fishing in the
world,"" beautifully illustrated with
photographs, is about to be issued by
the government fisheries bureau. It is
very attractive literature to anglers.
For one thing, it speaks of southern
California as the only part of the world
where fishes are shot by gunners for
sport- The game in this instance is
the California flying fish a species
very strong on the "wing," which
skims through the air for distances of
a quarter of a mile or more, ilarks
men go after it in fast gasoline
launches, with shgtguns, and. as tha
fishes rise out of the water, they shoos
to right or left
Must Be Accurate.
Very ready and accurate marksman
ship is required to hit the, fish, which
flies with great swiftness. It has of
ten been asserted, by the way, that this
finny creature does not move its huge
winglike pectorals in flight; but some
naturalists nowadays declare that it
does use them to keep itself aloft,
flapping them with such rapidity that
to the eye they produce the effect of
a blur. One must own tbat it is diffi
cult to see how the animaL could fly
such great distances by merely -leaping
The flying fishes shot In the manner
described are taken aboard the boat
with the "help of a scoop net. But it
is thought that good dogs might eas
ily be trained to retrieve them from
the water, and an effort is to 'be made
to utilize this idea for developing the
Fishes of the kind are particularly
good to eat, and in great demand for
food, but commonly they are sold as
bait for tuna or yellowtail, fetching
higher prices for that purpose than in
the market. During the fishing season,
from May to October, they are worth
a dollar a dozen.
The Yellovrtall Fisli.
The yellowtail is the great food fish The committee's investigation grew
of California. It is also magnificent out of a desire to ascertain what per
game, bejng th hardest fighting fish centage of the 16,000 deaths which oc-
ImrtTL-Ti Vrv beautiful Tblue and s1.
ver, with yellow fins), it sometimes at
tains a weight of 100 pounds. The rod
record is 60 pounds.
It is taken off shore from dowboats
or launches, with a six ounce or nine
ounce split bamboo, thefbalt used be
ing the flying fish or sardine. Also, it
i captured miles out at sea, where it
lurks under the kelp patches.
At Santa Catalina Island there is an
angler's club, which does everything it
can to foster and encourage the "gentle
sport." It even maintains a small bio
logical station, with numerous aquaria,
for the purpose of studying the deni
zers of -the ocean at close quarters:
and, to promote the use of the light
rod as an instrument of aquatic sports
manship, it offers valuable prizes for
the biggest fishes taken by this means
Its members are mostly persons of
some wexSth, and the club maintains
quite a little fleet of launches of eight
or more horsepower st peculiar fea
ture of these boats being that they
have glass bottoms.
Three Specie of Tuna.
Three species of tuna frequent those
waters. One of them, the "leaping
tuna." is the greatest of all game .
lishes. The angler who goes in pur- j
suit of it uses a 24 ounce rod. the butt ,
of which rests in a socket on the seat
of the boat a very useful contrivance,
inasmuch as the leaping tuna averages
170 nounds in weight. It is a wonder-
ful jumper, and preys almost exclusive-j lHOi. in tnis way nor oniy me imme
y on flying fish and squid. The bait j diate but the after effect of a period
used is preferably a flying fish, the j
method employed being to troll foi
the mighty game about a quarter of
a mile off shore though sometimes the
fisherman takes an opportunity to ap
proach a school and cast his bait in
H front of it-
The "yellow-finned" tuna averages
"Only 45 pounds in weight. It is one
of the most beautiful of fishes, some
what resembling the leaping tuna, but
with fins of a vivid, lemon yellow color, j
On occasions it has been known to tow j
a boat for two or three miles.
The third species is the "long finned"
tuna, of about tne same size, wnicn is j
otherwise called the "albacore. It is
so bold and ravenous that on occasions
It has been known mctually to snatch
a sardine from a fisherman's hand held
over the gunwale of the boat
Another great game fish is the white
sea bas, which reaches a weight of
100 pounds. The record of the Santa
Catalina club is 60 pounds. It makes
fine play, and to land a large sped-
men requires no small amount of skill j surroundings and proper nourishment,
Though it prefers flying fish, it finds are all factors in the reduction of in
the sardine very acceptable. One meth- fant mortality. The lack of the means
od of taking it is to drop an empty to purchase these commodities spells
i,ftnv into a school of sardines and
"snag" one of them. If a white sea
bass is around, it will take it instantly.
The black sea bass is a mighty fish
deed, averaging 250 pounds and oc-
casionally running up to 300 pounds
weight. It is sought by anglers in and
about the kelp, a giant seaweed which,
AT SODA FOUNTAINS OR ELSEWHERE
Original ad Genuine
MCH MKJC, HALT MUM EXTRACT, IH POWDER
No! in any Milk Trust
Insist on "HORLICK'S"
Take a xackae haat
in submarine forests, surrounds Santa
Anglers use for its capture a reel
that holds 1000 feet of a kind of line,
thread-like, but exceedingly strong,
which is made specially for the pur
pose at Ashaway, TL I. The vehicle of
the chase is a gasoline launch, with
comfortable seats in the stern, and the
fisherman straps about his body a belt
that is provided with a socket to hold
the butt of his rod.
Bait for Huge Bass.
The bait used for this huge game
fish is usually half a barracuda or a
piece of albacore, which is tossed over
board in 40 feet of water. Usually
the bite is delicate, and, when it comes
the angler pays out 10 to 20 feet of
line before striking. If the fish is I
Hot Summer Months Mean Growing Death Rate for the
Children of Tenements How New York Is
Trying to Meet the Problem.
("Wilbur C. Phillips, Secretary New York Milk Committee).
THAT a tremendous difference in
the birth rate and infant mor
tality rate exists among the
wealthy and the extreme poor; that a
great number of the thousands of need
less infants' deaths which occur an-
nually take place In the congested quar-
ters of New York oliy; and that these
conditions spring from sheer Ignorance,
(easily preventable) on the mothers
part these are the significant results of
an investigation made recently by the
New York milk committee.
cur aanuany u ew .lui vny die "
respectively among the rich, the middle
class, and the poor.
Three sections of the city were in
cluded one of 28 blocks, comprising a
fashionable residential district in the
neighborhood of Fifth avenue. Madison
avenue and Central Park; the second of
five blocks comprising a middle class
residential district in the neighborhood
! of :134th street and Lenox avenue; a
third, of -three densely populated blocks,
comprising a typical tenement house
district; bounded by Avenue A, East
74th street, First avenue and East 72nd
Births Among Poor.
In 1907 the estiinated population of
these various areas was approximately
the same. In the 28 fashionable blocks
there were 7561 residents, in the five
middle class blocks there were 7696, and
in the three tenement Blocks there were
7856. The number of births recorded In
these blocks in
1907, however, varied
,.,- ntMnlir Tn -. )C fl ell I ATI!) Til A
't,i i- ..i:. -t t.h-i. "!, -a,.0 hftm
Ao, ' , f. mffliA nin Mocks
-.. v.iT.- i ., ,, throo !
tenemen blocks 434 babies f were born. I
In other words, 11 times as many ha
hie were reported as born in three
tenement blocks among- the poor as were
orn -n 2S fasnionable uptown blocks.
Kn(ro. tnat the greatest danger to
jnfants exists at the time of greatest
heat, the milk committee, at the sug
gestion of Dr. L. Emmett Holt, selected
a period of 14 days, of which the first
seven comprised the hottest week of
oi excessive ueu 1eu-avu 'Z
thing that is rarely done. The average
mean temperature of the first weeic
from July 18 to July 24, was 78.6 de
grees. In the three ieuement house blocks 16
deaths, or 4 percent of the total num
ber of infants known to have been born
during the year died during the two
weeks nine during the first week and
seven during the second. Had a similar
death rate prevailed throughout the rest
of the year the -mortality would have
been more than 100 percent.
Death Anions Infants.
Tn tvio four m Iridic clasc blocks and in
the 2g weaithy residential blocks of ap
proximately the same population no
deaths were recorded. . These facts tell
their own story. The probable absence
for the summer of most of the wealthy
mothers and many of the middle class
mothers cannot be considered, as fac
tors in the case, because the ability to j
leave a hot city and tnus avom a prin
cipal cause of infants death (like the
ability to employ Infant specialists,
trained nurse3. etc.) is a purely eco-
nomic advantage. Light, air, -sanitary
misery, msaDiiity nnu uiu.
For the wealths' mother, expert knowl
edge on all matters affecting the life
i i:ii. .nn ?o arollahlo Tnfant
s pres cribe an exact diet;
tSeiflurseS administer and super
vise: in all details of the baby's growth
she i supported by the best counsel and
advice. If the hild of the wealthy
mothpr dop noorlV or dies it is because
I scientific knowledge has failed, not be
cause that knowledge has been unavail
able. In tho case of middle clas mothers,
tht handicaps are .perhaps greater, as
these mothers, lacking the means to
avail themselves of "expert knowledge.
a-e obliged to rely upon less trained 1
physicians and to seek information from j
sources that often prove untrustwortny.
But because, these mothers have as a
rule, more children than the wealthy,
and because, being free from heavy so
cial demands, they can give the chil
dren more personal care and attention,
they acquire a certain experience ano
knowledge which is handed down from
generation to generation and which,
to a large degree, tends to offset the ad
vantage of purchased knowledge of an
Timely Word Would Save Baby.
It is among the mothers of the lower
strata of society that the need for in
creased knowledge on infant feeding,
infant hygiene and mattetrs pertaining
j hooked, a heavy rush follows, and it ;
i Is the business of the boatman In
! charge of the launch to cast off his
anchor Immediately. Four or five hours j
may be required to bring a large speci-
men to gaff.
One of the most beautiful off fishes j
is the bonito, or "skipjack," which
weighs about 20 pounds. It Is a vig
orous fighrer, and is sought in a launch
with sardine bait. So likewise is a J
j larger species, known as the "oceanic j
J bonito." which is of a silvery color and j
I not less handsome. The method i
adopted for its capture is ordinarily i
to troll for it with SO feet of so of j
line, the boat going three or four miles .
an hour. - j
I largest, and in its way most remark- J
J able, of all the game fishes of Cali
j fornia waters, however (according to
j Prof. Charles F. Holder, the author of
the bulletin quoted), is the "ocean
sunfish," sometimes weighing as much
as 2200 pounds. It seems to be all
head, with two enormous fins. Its skin,
by the way, is used -for sandpaper, and
its tough muscular tissue furnishes
j material for "rubber" balls.
It is not uncommon to see these sun
fishes many of them weighing half
a ton, jumping out of the water. As a
rule, they refuse to take bait, but
now and then one of them is hooked:
and under such circumstances It Is a
bit of play attended with no little ex
citement to rush In and gaff it be
fore it goes down to the bottom with
a rush such a move being almost
necessarily followed by the loss of the
Usually the method adopted Is to go
after the ocean sunfish with a spear,
creeping up to it with a boat before it
to infancy, is: most keenly felt. Step by
step as one descends from the extreme
rich to the extreme poor, he find con
ditions increasing which militate against
the lives of little ones.
Where people are poorest, and where
the scantiest means are found to combat
evils which threaten, there invariably we
find the darkest tenements, the narrow
est and most foulsome streets, the low
est standard of living and the greatest
ignorance. In consequence of all this,
the death rate among infants, as all
persons know who work in these lo
calities, is appalling. Especially in the
summer time the babies literally die like
flies. Up and down the hot streets
white hearses pass frequently. The fear
of something terrible hangs like the
sword of Damocle over the frightened,
ignorant, and too often superstitious
"Why do the babies die? The mother
does not know. She only knows that
her baby is vomiting and lying lifeless
in her arms,, and .at-jiny momjit,xitjay
follow where many others have gone
timely word, telling them to do or not
to do the thing in which their ignorance
is murderlus, in many instances would
save their baby.
"When they begin to realize this their
eagerness to learn their hunger for in
struction is pitiful, more pitiful than
phyiscal hunger, or its twin specter
undernourishment, stamped on the faces
of so -many, many women and children
of our tenements.
This is the real trasredv of 'infant mor-
j tallty the unsatisfied desire of souls
! "fm Irnrmrlilopz . -vsv--tut-i (..
:-' '"-"&. - iich.im.uu ul Sp-
ikucw ijuiiciiug ijlll UIM.LII.
Maintain Milk Depot.
-To Prevent the needless sacrifice of
tne innocents, the New "Fork milk com
nttee since June 1, 1908. has maintained
a. uumoer oi imams miiK depots in
congested quarters of Xew York city.
These depots, in a :ense, have been ex
perimment stations, where the relative
value of raw and pasteurized "milk, the
efficacy of class and instructional work
among mothers, the encouragement of
maternal nursing, problems of milk dis
tribution and relief, and the, proper
feeding of infants, have been 'worked
I out and and where It has been demon
j strated beyond all doubt that by fol
lowing certain known methods, the
deaths of large numbers of Infants aie
Some of the most prominent phy
sicians in Xew York city are members
of the milk committee and confidently
oeueve tnat it tne work, of which it has
laid SUCh Strone: foundations, rnn ho !
extended quite generally throughout the
city, it will resnlt in the saving- of thou-
sands of baby lives annually.
(Excluslve service Survey Press Bu-
You'll be surprises at the results you
will get from a small want,
for sale ad iu The Herald.
W 111 HOt
cost more than 25c to 50c. Phone Bell
115, Auto 1113 and tell the girl.
A wonderful, simple device which pro
duces astonishing- nerve strength.
Sh "Ms lis Wft ntT XvC
1; 1 NO I; I
3l Jfe: ClU 3g J&
m? Article Jftftf
u e oirer no argument, as our con- upon the babv food with which she is
tract covers 4t all. All druggists are in- nourished and her raynerv will be a
structed to sign a binding, legal con- j marvel if it comes to pass,
tract with each purchase of ELECTRO- Tuesday when a reporter for The
PODES. agreeing to refund the money j American again called upon the girl, no
without a question if they fail to cure t""11100 progress had in . mf!a jouywI
rheumatism In any form, nervous heaa
aches and all other nervous ailments, or
fail to restore a good circulation of the
blood. ' If EL.ECTROPODES cure -they
cost one dollar, and positively not one
cent if they fail to cure.
If your druggist cannot supply you.
-end S3. 00 direct to the WESTERN
ELECTROPODE COMPANY, 259 Los
Angeles Street, Los Angeles, California,
and they will see that you are supplied.
Girl That Attracted all Northwest and Med
ical Profession is Now in El Paso
Remarkable Case' of Young Lady Who Suffered Paralytic Stroke, Was Unconscious for Five Days, Apparently Died,
Was Revived by an Eminent Osteopath, Dr. Beslin, and When Revived Becomes a Baby as Far as the Mind Is
Concerned alks Like a Child, Plays Like a Child, Must Be Treated as a Child.
COMES HERE TO TAKE TREATMENT AND IS IMPROVING- RAPIDLY.
Pitiful Condition of a Young Lady Who at One Time Displayed Considerable Talent, but Is Now Helpless, but
Condition Is Rapidly Improving Since the Treatment Has Been Given by Dr. Ira W. Collins, of the Still's Osteo
pathic Infirmary, Where She Was Placed by Dr. Beslin.
Dr. Collins's Remarkable Success Is Attracting Patients From All Parts of the World Below We Give the Facts
From Aberdeen Papers.
Miss Genevieve Dearing, the young
lady of Aberdeen. S. D., who attracted
so much attention throughout the
northwest and the entire medical pro
fession since the latter part of last
December, is in El Paso. Her case is
one that has puzzled the best medical
talent and the fact that she lay uncon
scious for five days and was given up
for dead, is only a part of the story.
El Paso people who have seen the
young lady are deeply puzzled. At
present she is staying at the 3Iayfield
apartments, just north of the Provi
dence hospital. When seen yesterday
she was playing with paper dolls. The
tfact that she is very clever at sketching
and is said to be a good short hand
writer, makes her case more interesting.
She talks and acts just like a child.
Perhaps the history of she case would
be more interesting which is reproduced
from the Aberdeen (S. D.) papers.
Place of Pain
Seemng Death of Girl Paralytic Gives
Way to Conditions of New
, born Babe.
FUNCTIONS RESTORED BUT
MIND IS THAT OF INFANT
Who Can Explain Strange, Occurrence
In State of Intense and Help
Prom Aberdeen Dailv American.
"ban a" young woman 21 yeaTS old be
freed of her pain-racked body, be born
again and .beginning nte as a iuue
babe, grow up into health ,and strength ?
For nine months or more fiss Gene
vieve Dearing, of Florence, Colo., has
made her home with Dr. F. P. Beslin,
307 ilain street, suffering with acute
paralysis. Of late she has grown worse
'and her bfe "has been despaired of.
Christmas day she felt the end near,
and bidding the family farewell sank
into unconsciousness. Since then she
has lain in a stupor unable to talk, but
occasionally, and not able to recognize
At 10 o'clock Sunday morning, ac
cording to Dr. Beslin. she suddenly j
opened her eyes and was able to see
for the first time. She called for Mrs
Beslin and asked her to bring the pic
tures of her parents. Kissing and fond
ling the likenesses of her loved ones she
bade them farewell, calling- each by
name. The she took a parting from
the family, assuring them that she
could never get well.
TVitha sigh of weary exhaustion she
sank to unconsciousness, breathing
ceased and her body assumed tfie rigor
of death. Dr. Beslin -says that the'
all believed her dead. Later the rigor
&emv? loee fWn fchflf. f flositih anil of-
forts at restoration were made, with
Llt m. i. - - j
the result tImt in a " tmiiutes, sud-
j denly from the girl's lips there came
j the cry of a new-born babe.
Since that time the girl has been in
the condition of a babv from its birth.
She is able to breathe in both "hings. to
move her bead, arms and legs, something
ilia TvnvolTTTrw"! frtnrlif.inT lioc trina im
possible for months. She has no power
of speech, or recognition or further in
telligence than lias a child of a few
'Monday afternoon the five months
old son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Krawitz
was taken into 'her. and the two played
and cooed together as two happy "ba'bies
might do. Thus was she occupied when
a reporter 'for The American visited
her. Almost immediately she fell asleep
in a doze that was -broken by a crying
spell in a voice that sounded just like
the wail of a babe. Every effort of
speech or action failed to evoke an in-
Oan you explain this? The family)
where the girl lives has no theory of
what the mysterious and remarkable
transformation means. The American
offers no solution. These are the facts
as told 'bv the intimates of the girl
j and as observed b3r a reporter. Is it a
! miracle? The trirl seems tn be "ninincr
a larger intelligence. The little daugh
ter of the nur-e had been in to see the
young womanand she had excited the
interest of the patient until she lud
murmured a child's first cry of "mama."
It is believed now that ina -month' he
will be up, for she is taking steadily
greater quantities of nourishment daily.
Any physicians or scientific observer
who desire to- investigate tne stramrc
case are imited by Br. Reslin to call
and see the girl
Genevieve Dearing Continues
To Gain In Strength And Health
Young Woman Who Becomes as Babe After Having Al- i rf en - yMX H
that organ is superfluous. These men
most Died Is Making Rapid Progress Toward Com- i who assume 'to be wiser than the ai
. plete Becovery-Osteopath Who Treated Her Ms- TJT.
CUSSeS Case. third of those operated upon for tha
removal of the Appendix, of the ovaries,
. succumb directly to the operation, whil
From Aberdeen Daily iews.
The strange case of !Miss Genevieve
Dearing, who two weeks ago last Satur-
plete invalidism to one as a new-born
bate. first reported Iby the News and
since taken up by all the leading pa
pers of the northwest, has, because of
its peculiar characteristics, brought
forth varied expressions of disbelief.
A reporter of the JSews todav made ' tne morning or fcurmay, January lo, ; irritating the live- stomach and in'es
a call upon Miss Dearing and spent when, all things being harmonious, the j tm ad ' in Jn
some time talking o her as he would chemical reaction which destroyed the J
to a baby. The young woman whom ' virulence and power of the paralytic I tlie bones ere replaced and a
lie saw today was far different from poison took place just as breathing complete cure followed,
the one who was seen when the strange ceased and the body became rigid, ap- j OSTEOPATHY IS ACCURATE,
case was 'first discovered. The pale, parently dead. " j Thirten differeilt versOTia vho
sunken cheeks todav are taking on a Transition, Not Dissolution. I t, j. TJ ,, , .,. ...
ruddy hue, while her general appear-j b ,vaSj however, transition tead j ' that they were suffering fro
ance is very .much improved. i of dissolution, ily treatment then was GariCer & Stomach came to Doctor
Every function of her body is abso-' at Just the right time and place to set j Beslin for relief. In every case bony
lutely normal. Though still she is as a the nerves to work again, and renew I displacements were found that had been
babe, she is learning very fast. Some the circruation. Had this little trea- j irritating the stomach, liver and intes
few days ago she was given a picture ment been delayed even for a few mm- , . .. ,, , . .
of her another, and at once she showed utes the dissolution would have been ! tine3 the S disturoances re
signs of a memory, because she started inevitable. That the transition should sembled those of cancer, and a cancerous
to cry as tbough her heart would break, leave this twenty-one-year-old girl in j condition actually existed. Cancer cf
Gains In Weight the condition of a little child, free from j fche stomch has'alwavs been regards
1 hough she is given a diet identical disease and pain, may seem miraculous. I . -, , ,, ,, ,. .
to that which is given to babies, she and like being orn a-oin. But the13 incura,ble b the Medical Fraternity,
is rapidly increasing in weight. It is es-
1 timated that she "has gained at least one
j Pouna- I51" day. .
oue is aim aeugiitea witn a rag aon, emaciation and the creat physical and fwrri-f' rtf a mo.ft BnrxrJ ,
and gazes in wonder at the things onental weakness reultin therefrom. T f of the ne supply, and renewed
which happen on the street, sbe being Her freedom from disease and pain is ! the emulation of rresh, healthy blooir
able to watch the passersby from her , proof enough that the paralytic poison ' " tIie circulation of fresh, health?
chair in Dr. Beslin's cf fice. A small ' ja her system was destroyed and since ! blood into the diseased areas, and a com
toox with a few balls in it, serving as a ' osteopathy was the only curative agent pMe cure followed in everv one of t,
rattle also pleases her very much. . emploved, spontaneous chemical reaction PpOTe iolIwv jn eve ne f
Within the past few days she has gained " permitted by the harmonious conditions i ttirteen cases- Osteopathy las foun
enough. knowledge of the language so as that had been established, was the only' bufc ver3 few diseased conditions than
to be able to make her nurse understan-i means bv wliich this destruction could ' can resist such treatment for a verv
what is wanted of her. f be accomplished. Since the transition Ion- time.
Finds Many "Doubting Thomases." ; riss Dearing has been taking nutrition 0 ,
In speaking of the case Dr. Beslin regularly and in suitable quantities, the f e V s"fle froul GU
today stated that there are many peor various 'organs of the bodv have been ' stones cme to the Osteopath and ob
ple who 'have told him that they did nerforminr their fnnnHnn rl- ,? tained relief without The use .of tha
?? " the story printed in the
Bwin TXoH -f J 1 rf-T' :
7 r. , 7 c.vpio.uauwii,
to which request he said:
l eaiPlna.t30n of this s embodied
mJ? foJiwing propositions:
irst The transition of IMiss Dear-J
Full of Interest1
PECULIAR STORY OF GIRL WHO!
EMERGES FROM ILLNESS WITH
MIND LIKE BABY'S.
From Daily Xews, Aberdeen S D '
Probablvno story appearing in local I
papers has aroused as much discussi n 1
as tnat .ir 'ene-.ieva ijciirin'' which
was first printed m the Xew last even- f
-. it . . i
mg. feopie m an ivaiKs ot lite have1 . ." .. o...( tlv.. o..x
talked over the strange storv and manv I Just as lfc Jiad "efore at birth. Oh this c,?t women for all sorts of pelvic dls
opmions have been formed, though ft Osteopathy is the only way to handle ' ordcv including Uterine, 0-arian ana
is doubtful if any one here has any , diseases. The curing or benef-Vng of Jb"lar dl5fases of every degree of in
explanation for the case. .Many take' .- rtnnun, racM lz.h n. h! tensity and proved the priceless value
no stock in the story, but think it mere- "T T f CaSGS th nly the loSS of,.tbe Osteopathic Science in their 'be-
ly a -figment of imagination.
The story is given to the public as
given to the Xews by Dr. Beslin, and ' low some of the great work which '
any distortion of the facts is not by .' has ,been done bv this Dr jc,un ,vho f, '
thiV paper. Today the girl i, sitting up ! , , " - i , "'
in a wheel chair. and -as in Uxe chair? frm K,rksvi"e- "asonnfc great j
for over three hours, which was the . un"versity of Osteopathy, lo hov you ;
first time since last April, according l
, it i-r. -i.l-.-i. 1. 1 i i i
to the doctor, that she had been in her
chair. She is now able to hold herself
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unrisrht in the chair, not rechnincr all the
time against the back.
Vlso she can
turn her head from side to side without
fi,ll Refnre she alwravs usetl one '
hand to push or pull her head in the ; professional poisoners and b utchers when "T !'i "J1 P
I direction in which she wished to look, i ' , 1 . . uuicners wne.i A conideraole number of persons sut-
Today in addition to milk she took,
broth and is- rapidly gaining according j
to those about her. !
Dr. Tra W. Collins, tlie osteopath here
in El Paso, who is handling the case
ing from her old suffering self into the
condition of a new-born child. Ireed "b "- " ciguu u m
from disease and pain, was in accord- j Aberdeen Doctor Beslin treated tbirty
ance with the laws of nature, or it could J seven cases of Appendicitis, every one
not have occurred. Nature's lawsaie of whom Lad toM that "n
divine, supreme and comprehend all,. ,
that is i n was necessa'rT' E1 every case the
"Xater in the day Xmas she relapsed j the disorder was a rotated In
infn nnenTiwiftiiTiP55 nra?n jitw! remain- "nominate, some twisted verterbra, or
j ed in a semi-comatose condition until
. childlike condition is due to her total
abstinence from all nutrition for two
months prior to the transition, frightful
both physical and mental strength are
rrmn? ? PIj as could be expert-
ea- xmt wnetner miraculous or not the
j facts are as tbev e nnd can not be
changed. I will add that the main facta
! as published in the Xews were abso-
at present. ' says he found the leaion
I at the first dorsal vertabra where the
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long continued sufiermg had cau.ed
i them to contract and deaden the heart
nerves, and that Dr. Beslin loosened
them at just the moment when disso-
l.if; ,,-i4 i t t f ..
iution ould have taken place and the
weakened condition of the entire necv-
US s-stem an cessation 'of chonvcai
chan?es when set in motion again oy the
freeing of the nerves had all the eon-'
i;t;nnc nf o .j...r. kt, ...i. t.
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u nun i .
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Mrn-o lmv inc. Jtiriiirt: ii si.irni mir. t
ui sii oy usteopatny nere m n,i iaso
reafis like a fairy tale. So we iv
that it is m the science when applied J
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by skillen thoroughbred Osteopaths and '
ti,f h,- ; .t,i ' . I
that there Is nothm"- superhuman aiioun
c F " -wu-,
" J,ur " 4u;,CK:ery. and that we do '
not claim to cure n-ery individual case
"Rnf. fhnf w , o i..i ff :
c co,,u::' lo c,mns Ulsetlses a fcxhson s
great telephone systems are of the ol'5
stage route. r
OSTEOPATHY AS A LIFE SAVER
I doctor a. i. &tiu, the founder of Os-
rs. i a rr .-., . . I
teopathy, speaking of the prei-ailin fau j
for diagnosimr everv pain in thc side '
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as Appentncuis, ana the famn.W.i
craze for dangerous and harmful opera-
liuiis, iras tins to sav:
''Almighty God, the designer and 1
maker of the human machine
achine. is iufi-
nite in wisdom, knowledge and power
All that man knows of the human body
proves it to be the most perfect machine
in existence. Just the right number and
the right kind of bones in the frame
work; exactly the right number of liga
ments and 'muscles to hold them firmly
together and permit the greatest variety,
grace and beauty of motion: not an- ar-
tery, vein or duct too many; just the
right number of organs, glands and
cells for the enjoyment of health and
the pleasures of life, and exactly ras
right number of nerves to properly con
trol this machine, yet some men are
I t"n rocf ora TiTrr- wall fwi'wi -A "'
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j some displaced ribs punching into and
bu? thQ Osteopath re-adjusted the dis-
placed structures, thereby removing the
t cause af the irritation, restored the lu-
knife. In even- case the cause of the
Kver disturbance was removed and the
liver restored to its normal activity.
A normal Liver means normal Gall, and
this means no Gall Stones.
After all other means had failed to
give relief, five women who were suffer-
, ing from Pernicious or Uncontrollable
Vomiting, were brought to the Osteopath
Ior "ej"nt- xne usteopatnainea
complete control ot tne condition annv&
iinIm;diateiv ani reiieVed the distress!
each case without resorting to anv dan-
gerous operation. Two of these had
been vomiting bloou. but in less than
three davs each one was taking light
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nourishment and retaining it with ease.
Et it i in v-maip ,i;nn!ra fW
the Osteopath has actually relieved the
greatest amount cf suffering, and saved!
raete5t ier of women from
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LrlirUlT 1115; first OlfrrttAAn TJlftnrhsi in
Burinir his first
it- . T "lk TT j t "
O " 0 -w ...
-HTOT-fioori fvtai- kac in trnotari ovr--.
naii. 3.U ot tnese had been marked
cardidates for th? surgeon's knife, but
0steyathZ-Jlved them. Which do you
Preter to trough life maimed by a
dangerous unnecessary operation, or
have the cause of vour disorder removed
an a re cstahlished in the natural
a mistaKv vas made, and
tllf wnrlr (lino . -ior ni-?i A a annlK.
work done was accurate, specific
number of voiing irls strulin
in" womnnliood and smteriiur untola
Lm,ar agonies, were assisted in their
development by the Osteopath, and are
'tenng ironi Chronic Siek Heida-he or
Kgrain. some of them for thirty and
even forty year, have been entirely re-
I iicvetl from tin distressing malady r
rift crnnnAf i IJt-r
L v'c"-'-uPit'" xjirnn.
Busess men suould step uid think
. mome,lt-'t Acute and Chronic Xephn-
fie Hri(T4!r.-. TJ- f jt -. . . .
"' """, wcasc oi cne ivine". i
produced by your strenuous way of iiv-
mir. your haste and your worry, and in-
SMU,ous,.v tasten? ttself upon yon with
, y ,ur Knowff lt:"
Thi disorder ha
long been regarded as incurable, ani
even the faraway specialists make mis
erable 'failures trying to handle it, but
Osteopathy has proven to be master or
tliis -disease, and your home Osteopath
has conquered several cases that cann?
DR. STILL'S OSTEOPATH INF.,
201 W. Mo. S, El Paso, Texas.