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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: APRIL 26, 1914.
15 A 1 V VILLA WAN TS GARTRID GES Says if He Had Ammunition He Would March to Mexico City. DEFENDS THE CARRAtfZAjNOTE IjmlntM tUAt -"Flmt Chief 1 1-rtendly-fiid thntlW-IIrtirtinRC llria "ttceii Misunderstood by tin; Sec rctnry of Stntc. Kf." PABO, Tex., April HS.-The Inter national political situation cleared greatly today as affecting the status of the .rebel government and that of the Unled States. This city and Juarcx were perfectly ijutet. A long note from Secretary Bryan to Carranza was transmitted through Juarez to Chihuahua tonight. , 1 Francisco Villa, who arrived at Juares yesterday, repeated his declaration' that he would not be drawn Into a war with the 1 United States, '"particularly as that would serve to draw the Huerta chest nuts out of the .wire. He repeated these assertions to George C. Carothcrs, srrelal agent of the State department, and to newspaper men and many other visitors. To J.' T. McCIammy, his cattle- agent on this side of the river, he said: "It's that little drunkard Hucrta's fight; let him. fight It. I wish I had IQiOOO.OOO cartridges right, nows I'd march Into Mexico City without a stop." . Ilchel Note Mlimmlcratood, Villa Bald (hot Carranxa's note had been misunderstood and that the first chief was aS' friendly as ho was to the" United States. Jlbbcrto V. Pesquelra and other Carranxa representatives hero said that nn Idiomatic expression In common use in 'Mexico was literally Interpreted In the translation of Carranza's noto to Secre tary Bryan last Wednesday. The, translation made Carranza say that ho' hsid desired 'to avoid' war with lh' United States "until" today. As a matter of fact the expression' jn'e ant that altliQUgh his ' friend; the T'nlted States had done a wrongful act and had thereby Injured a friend (Car ranr.a), he desired to avoid war and al ways would desire to nv61d It, explained Pcsquejra. Would Mkc. Aid. Villa frankly took tho position that ho would inc8,.to.avall'..hlmseU. ot .whiik Is. in( effect, aid '-from' the United "States forces to prosecute his campaign. His j4jih for 10,OCO,000 cartridges, however, ccji'jld not be gratified today, as tho em bargo was on again, officially this tlmo, oMd t)yo rapid flrcrs whLoh were brought tjb tho customs houso 'wre turned back. Villa was given to understand that tho embargo was- temporary, and ho said that hr -acquiesced In any measures taken tr, relievo tho strain of present relations. Traffic to Juarez was again closed to night and the' gdrnbjln halls and saloons consequently we're out of commlrfslon. In El Paso the troops remained In the filly, reinforced by the arrival of. Battery Bi'nf the Third field artillery from San ArUonlo, but there was a visible reduc tion In th? temperature of the political atmosphere. ' 6 r . f Not mly Fertcrnr'Overtnre. Pesquelra Is authority for tho statement' ttlat the federal commahdcV "ar Guaymas, who has' Vnado similar overtures and been cinfemp'thobSfy roBUrt?d." Ic'eald ' a' similar proposition was made . by the Huerta -cpmmancfen at'Monterey-, xndrby. n. coKiiTilltee TprsentlrisJ.,'Hu-rtfsta4 lit" a rsow?4. i fUi vT jOfftcTanTotlflcatloii thatthe rebefs"had taken Monterey was received by? Villa to-, nights ;"Esta Blen" (It Is good) he remarked nnd diptated a telegram of cdtferlitUla t(ons to General Pablo Gonzqlcs,," ...com mander of tho constitutionalists forces'ln the region of Monterey. He' iafd" 'that Saltlllo; sputh of Monterey and then San IjUls' Potosl would be tho next federal posts to be attacked. AVlro nan Into III House. . , A telegraph wire was run Into his house tcday and he is In-, Immediate communi cation w'lth his forces at Torrcon and ebuth of that city. I Asked point blank as o bis attitiido tylth respect to Carranza's' note to "See rjiiary, Bryan Villa looked sharply at his Inq Jllor, walked to the window, came' back' and then after, two false starts, said abruptly: "It was a great mistake that g(' he stopped, wiped the perspiration fftom hln forehead and addend: ' "Well, friend, I am only a Subordinate officer and I don't believe tHat It Is best that I should give but my views not yet, anyway." ' ' , . JJtinM Into,. liiMiithter. Theh"lie-J.(nirst; into' laughter' nnd said: "You inewspaper boys will get me Into a holfl'i';vltl ypur. uncn'dlng questions!' , iou ii-Rfv pip 10 sny 'someining Dororo: 1 em ready 'to say It. Just .eay that I know war too well to want It, and particularly we don't want It with your country across the line. 1 like them for a fact. Americans have stood by me when I needed friends and 1 know' them better than any other foreigners In Mexico," JIUAVY LOSSliS OF MEXICANS Hundred nnd Tiven ty-9ik Dead nnd J03 Wpmidcd. . WASHINGTON, April 25.-One hundred and twenty-six Mexicans have been killed and 105 wounded In the fighting at Vera Cruz since the American forces landed, there Tuesday. Tho. first (official an nouncement of Mexican Casualties came tonight In a dispatch from Rear Admiral Fletcher, made public by the Navy de partment in this statement: "Admiral Fletcher further reported that nt "S fo.' m. today ho- Informed Admiral Badger that quiet prevailed throughout Vera Cruz, and that affairs generally are being straightened out and confidence restored. The city council, he said, had called, a', meeting for o'clock this aftor nbon in an endeavor to retain present municipal officials In office, , IlefuBcen Arrive. . "Admiral Badgej'ln- a-dispatch" dated :26 p. m., rej)ort that'-SyO r-jfugeps ar rived from -Mexico C(t'y at. 2 p, m,' to day, ' : " Thtjjrcfuge question U now the most difficult? of. all"- Admiral Badger stated. Rear vAdrnfral UadcerJ reported to" tho Navy llepurtment tonight that his forces, at Vera Orfii were i, strongly (posted. unit no aiiacK irom tno "Mexicans was vxpeqted at present. He-said, there had. been no further casualties and that the wounded, jyere. dqlng well. Reporting to the Navy department from Vera Cruz under date of 1S6 p. m. today, R$ar. Admiral Badger saldr , VFollowlng received from ' the captain of the British cruiser Uerwlck at Puerto, Mexico. Itefunreea nn Hoard Strainer " There are now about 200 American refugees on board, three Hawaiian steam ers anchored off breakwater. They, have not sufficient food to take refugees to tho neareet American iort Would sug get."that I supply each of them with ;ne,ral Tellcz, who offered to, loin wJth tho- repels? In.-.that. ."dijftVlcasalnat; the United States, ' Is ' n'al "the only federal suffl.-'ent food to take them ttr Galveston, hml wUl. It you give authority, give them instructions to leave ferthwlth for Gal veston.' " Secretary Daniels said he hail wired Admiral Badger tho necessary authority. Admiral Badger's report,contlnued: , "Reports Meelvid .frornj YuMtin. Indl 'oate considerable' number 'of refugees, at Progroso, Fruntera and other nqrts. V' charter trainer MBnttre and h61d hare as' n refugee deposit ship until filled. Steamer Mexico full of refugees, number ing about X, and will all tor Galveston today or tomorrow." IHvUlniiM Omnnlted. VKltA CRUZ, April 24.-Ftve divisions of the civil administration wore organized today police, sanitary, harbor, flnaneo and customs. An effort -was made to place Mexicans as the heads of all the departments. This was found to bo Im possibly at least In two departments and Ambrlcan officers were assigned. They are Lieutenant Commander McNeely of the battleship Louisiana, who was ap pointed chief of poHcoi.-and the fleet pay't master, who was made collector of cus toms. An American will be mailo In spector over' each department headed -by a Mexican, Tho pollen provisions call for a continu ance of the patrol of Americans, although th Mexicans have been Invited to cd oporate In the organization of native force. The customs. receipts. It Is said, may bo .Placed to the. credit of the United States. ... Pnliltcntlnnn tjnilr Scrutiny,, ., Close- scrutiny will be maintained over "nil newspapers .and : other publications and no edltoilal comment concerning, the. American occupation or news regarding the movement of troops will be permitted. Tho commandant of the San Juan cje Uloa fortress In the Inner -harbor, dressed In full uniform, called on Rear .Admiral Fletcher today'and .was, granted permis sion to take supplies to the women and children refugees In tho fortress. The battleship Louisiana sailed for Gal veston to convoy tho army transports, to Vera Cruz. nelntloim Contlnl. The most cordial relations exist between Rear Admiral Badger and Rear Admiral Sir Christopher Craddock, commander of the British cruiser squadron hero. They hav& agreed to divide the tlmo for the use of tho wireless as follows: Six hours for tho American fleet, six for the British and the remainder for other nations. The Nashville departed today for Pqerio Mexico to take refugees en board. Ameri can and Hawaiian steamers havo been permuted by Mexican officials to resume the', loading' oT sugar there. All 'messages frnn that place, however, -are Censored, Tho battleship .Louisiana arrived today and '"Immediately' landed marines! -and blucjncketBj Tho Mississippi' also pre pared to send ashore TOO marines, a bat talion of -bluejackets and two aeroplanes. By-- tomorrow the total force on shoro will probably-reach fi.EOO. These outposts have been equipped wjth twelvo machine guns nnd several three-1 Inch field pieces, which were taken to the front today by means of teams of six horses to each gun. Find' "Wounded Mexicans. Rear'Admlral Fletcher's headquarters 'at tho Terminal hotel are guarded by ml' chine guns, while seven field pieces are held In reserve In the vicinity. The, commissary, ordinance and quar termaster's departments' ' Worked "effi ciently. All supplies were promptly dis tributed among .the troqps, . wno also, re ceived distilled water from the ships un der the superintendency-. of the med!cal jdepartment. j , ., T 'V i0?. i-Sf'can.. sicic .ahj woundea Were foqnd In 'tho Sdn Sctastlan hospital. In' "the mortuary 6f the Iioopltal 'there wero forty Mexican dead. A supply of ammunition was also found ' here. Tho building had been protested frpm the gun flrq q the warships and. the rifle fire if tho landing parties by the hospital flag. Conditions ' in. the h.ospital wete,' found to "be, so bad .that thre.e nayy surgeons wero detailed to assist, there., Food and medicine "were supplied "from the' Solaca. All tho American wounded are on board the Solace. Until the arrival of the Solace the wounded nnd tho prisoners were on board tMe 'Prairie. That vessel la 111 suited for hospital work, Tho medical department today opened negotiations with tho Mexican health of ficials in the hopo of Inducing them to return to their work. To Jin-re Tito Customs, With Commander Herman .0. Stlpk ney of tho Prairie, appointed com mander of the port, the American author ities today undertook tho administration of the customs. For a time there will be In reality two customs. Marian O. As carraga, the Mexican customs collector, Is not Inclined to servo under American supervision, hut declares ho will tads ql-.arge of the undlspatched business which was in hand at the moment of occupation. Kidney nnd Liver Troubles quickly relieved by Electric Bitters. Best remedy for Indigestion, dyspepsia, heart burn and most kidney troubles. 0c and $1. All druggists. Ad vet tlsement. lioy to the Situation Bee Advertising MEX STRENGTH ON BORDER Combined Reb and Fed Forces in Two States 21,000 Men. MORE Vt) S. TROOPS EXPECTED Sorinrn v 'Sorerrior Urnen Cnnatltn- (Inrinlict tiefrntn from Antt-ForelRH Manifes tation. NdGAt.ES. Ariz., April 3V Although tho rebel General Obregon, followlne In structions 'from General Carranza, con temptuously refused" the proposition of the? federal commander at Guaymas, Gen eral P." K.' Tcllez, to Jolh forces to repel a foreign Invasion, according to 4the text of notes exchanged by them nnd made public tonight, tho Incident served to arouse Americans as to just what forces could bo raised against the United States In this section. ' In the states of Sonora nnd Slnaloa tho federals and rebels havo a combined strength of 2I,ono. Thy would have In active service tho railroad running from Mazatlan north through Cullacan, Guay mai and Hermostllo to Nognles, which Is garrisoned by only thrco troops of the Tenth United States cavalry and one ma chine gun platoon. Thq equipment of the Mexican roads to run trains directly Into United States territory prompted citizens of tho American bonier towns today to organize an emergency brigade composed kof merchants who havo armed themselves. Jlorr Troonn Hxpretrri. More United States troops ar expected hero within a few days, however. Tho Importance of Nogalea as a border point lies In thfc'fact that through tho railroad running south it forms a gateway to tho wholo Paclflo coast of Mexico and gives direct connection with the western sea ports. ' Jose M. Maytorena, governor of Sonora state, on Instruction from General Car ranza, today posted this, notice In all cities controlled .by the rebels: ."To the Mexican peoplei you are urged to. .refrain from all antl-forctgn demon strations. Tho honor of the country at this moment Is put to tho test and It be comes all citizens loyal to tho republic to abstain from doing anything which might cast discredit upon us. General Carranza Is discussing the Vera Cruz question with tho Washington government through diplomatic channels." At the time, he Issued this placard Governor Maytorepa .sent a train with 150 soldiers north to the Mexican village oppostto Nogales. Federal and rebel forces on the west coast, according to Information gathered by United States consular agents, are as follows; Federal At. Gunytnas, t.OOO. under Gen eral Tcllez; at Massatlen, 3.000; other points,. 1,000; -total,.. S.ijOO. These, figures do not Include the federal garrisons at Tepdc and Guadalajara, where, tho actual strength of tho Hucrta forces Is unknown. Rebels fJear Guaymas, 6,000, under General -Alyarado; In and near Hermo slUo,, 6,000. undorffeneral Alfaro Obregon at 'Navajo and Cullacan, ,2,000; total, 13,000. Tpfci frbujd account t pr 21,000 rebels and federals, distributed at Varjous points along' the-, wes Jjexlcan- coas nnd alt; contioote'd by, -al.lr'oad'.'wlth 'the UnlUal StiUM.'.'boVdef atcfloSilefl. unueq &iaios uonuur jproaencK Dim- 0 fl Binds e Bargain THEN $1.00 a Week This Superb g Home Outfit Complete Only HP We are going. to place 100 Outfits in-the homes of 100 Responsible Citizens on the Easiest Terms Ever Offered Pay $1.00 in Order to Bind the Bargain -Then $1.00 a Week These Terms Have Never Been Equaled. SGHMOLLER & MUELLER PIANO CO. Tlctrola and' Grafonola Headquarters. 1311 A Wonderful Sale Over 1,000 of Them Included The Entire Surplus Stock of a Well Known Maker, Bought at About 50c on the Dollar TO MISS THESE WILL BE TO MISS THE BARGAIN OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME. The Entire Stock in Two Big Lots: Beautiful Gowns, Street and Calling Dresses, mndo to sell up to $45; most artistic now desigijs and beautiful colorings in crepq de chine, chif fon, taffetas, flowered silk, satins and g fCO novcltv Kill, nil I LIQU at one price Q" plch today sent tnit moro messengers by horseback and automobiles to warn Amo leans In the Interior to leave Mexico at or.co The consular agent at Kaco Is re ported to havo chartered a special train to carry Americans from Cananea, where 4W of them are employed In a copper mine. About 'W0 Americans Including some women are still In western Mexico, Many pf these are located In remote places, whleli oanhot bo reached In less than a week. An official version of tho cxpulslot of 13) Americans from Nacozan, 125 miles south of Douglas, Ariz, was received by Consul Slmptch over long distance telephone tonight as follows: Given Orders to Leaves "On Monday night a delegation of rebel lenders called on J." 3. Williams, manager of tho copper company, and served nottco that all Americans In Nacozart, must leave Mexico before daylight. AH tho Americans, numbering 120 accordingly were called together and by 2 a. m., a train wa made ready and a start made for the border." The Incident was the first unfriendly act on the part of tho rebels experienced at that point." Consul Slmptch also received word that the copper mine at Cananea had closed down, sending the American employes to the border and throwing 6,000 Moxlcans out of work. Americans who arrived from Hcrmo slllo on tonight's train reported that 1.UM Yaqul Indians on hearing that, the Ameri can forces captured Vers. Cruz deserted tho federal army and went to the hills, with their arms. The Yaqul Indians are credited with being the best fighters In Mexico. llefuneea Ileaclt Dnnsrtna. DOUGLAS, Ariz., April M.-Comlng by special train from tho mining camps"and ranches of Nacorarl, 237 refugees arrived hero today. Tho rebel authorities extended every courtesy. Members of the "Sonora state government and thirty-five soldiers as a guard accompanied the train, On the way here numerous stops wore made to pick up the foreign occupants of unol;' ranches. None of the refugees .was allowed' Xa removo his firearms.' EDGAR R0THERY AND MISS CLARK WED IN THE BLUFFS Edgar R, Rbthery. son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Rothery, and Miss Cora Clark, both of Omaha, were married yesterday after noon by Justice Cooper In Council Bluffs. Both of the young people are under 21 years of age and It .was necessary for the young roan to have tho consent of his parents. Mr. and Mrs". Rothery ac companied them and signed tho marrlsgs license record. Jack A. Clark-and Miss 'Edna M.- Clark, brother and stater of the bride,' were -other membprs, o'f the .bridal party and signed tho marriage certificate as witnesses. It was one of the happiest and brightest bridal partica that have graced tho county court house, for a long time. Heller Responsible. 8TRACUSB. N. Y April 25. A Jury in the United States court decided In. effect that the occupant of an automobile who Is Injured by the breaking of a oertajn part of the car can recover from tho company which Bold ' the automobile rather than from the manufacturer of the part that broke. Tills Tlctrola, Stylo XL, ffltk 10 Doable-fflced Eepords, 20 Superb Musical Selections, Only 8107.50 - 13 Farnam St. of Dresses Monday Values That Were Never Surpassed Over 00 Pretty Dresses charming designs, suit able for any occasion; taffetas, crepe de chine;? and fancy silks in a broad assortment of col orings; nearly 100 de signs for your selection; made to sell at i ACn 12 uu choice Monday ENTHUSJ ASM FOR HUERTA London Correspondent in Mexico City Sees Factions Uniting. . . JAPS MAKE DEMONSTRATIONS Chrcr llrfor 1'orrlnn Office "When MlnUtrr Spruits on I'rlrnil hlp of Ihr Two n lloim. LONDON, April 36. TcURraphltiK from Moxlco City Thursday th correspondent of tho Dftlty TelKntih snys: "Thre years of frntrlektnl war was for Kotten In h day, th Mexlran revolution cc nsrd and' tho nation was bltmtrd Into nn unity which seems ?jrm:Clable. The utmost cnthtiMnam nnd devotion for President Huerta was displayed ty nil rlntse.i today nnd President Wilson's namo was Rrcoted with howls of 'Death to tho Americans." 'Patriotic demonstrations arc unceas ing. The Indian masses, whom tho revo lution wns drlvlnc Into anarchy, now oro offering themselves as volunteers. Thou sands of women havo offored their serv ices for active defense. ConrriiitHtlon of Troop. 'Tho concentration of troops townrd Vera Crus Is beginning. Alt railway serv ices havo been suspended and trains aro belnK employed for tho transport of troops. Tho stations along the line to Vera Crux are tumultuous encampments. "Tho Japanese residents here are mak ing srent demonstrations with flags and lanterns. They chered before tho foreign office today and tho foreign minister ap peared op n balcony nnd addressed them upon the closo union between Mexico and Japan. Pntnful ImprCaalnn. "A painful tmprtssiun was caused by tho daring appearance nt Mrs, Nelson O'Shnughncsscy, wife of tho Ameflcan charge d'affaires, nt tho wedding today of President Uue'rta's son. During tho ceremony Mrs. O'Shaughnesscy sat Im mediately besldo Scnor Hucrta and In the procession had tho arm of tho commander of the rural guards. "This morning when Mexico City awoko It was surprised to find the statue of Qeorgo Washington on Its pedestal. but at tho foot of tho statue of Benito Juarez, a national hero." The Times correspondent In Mexico City In a dispatch published today, says "Tho indignation of tho Mexicans at the aggressive action of the United Btates Is Perfection Peto doca loro to row Or tall tapea tho trntir .. Because be. snakes a hit you (C4 With arery mother's daofttUer. it . . . Perfection 'Clothes find favpr with boys and Grown tips too. Boys liko them for their man nish good looks. Parents knotf that no other clothea are as. satisfying as ifffft)f riflft,l Brand. The Spring Norfolks ore prize winners. The clever styles; snug fitting collars; the trim "set" of the shoulders; the full-pegged knickera;-all capture the lad'o heart. WoplonB and coloringa this, scaaon aro .exceptionally handsome the prettiest we've had in many a day. The nrlcca warrant vour oeeinor tha new stocks. We Will Clothe Your Boy on $1.00 Down 50c Per Week We Invite You to Call and See Our Won derful Showing Of Ladies' Wearing Apparel and Millinery Complete Line of Men's Clothing BEDDED 1417 Douglas iniTeas'ntf. and I observe a grim determ Inatlt.ii on their part to fight for their flag and liberty. Demonstrations In favor ef the government are being held day nnd night.-1 The Terslstent and Judicious fie of Nowspaper Advertising Is the Road to Iluslnrss Success. Begin Issuing Life Policies to Those About to Go to War JfBW YOltK, April S8.-Ufe Insurance companies, with l.adnuarters in New York, today began to take cognizance of the troublos In Mexico and began Issuing war policies to those about to leave for Mexico. One of the largest companies Is sued Instructions to Its agents that the limit of Insurance to be accepted from members, or those Intending to Join, tha tnto mllltla, naval guard or naval re serve of the United States was J 2,000 with out disability benefits. The company also declared that during tho first year of such nollcles. If ih in. sured should die while engaged outside mo united stales In naval or military service or in conseduenco of such tho amount due under the policy should ue only one.tenth of Ha face value. This restriction, however, may be waived If the Insured before leaving the country pay an extra cash" premium equal to 5 per cent of the faoe value of the policy. LUXUS MERCANTILE CO. DISTRIBUTORS PHONE DOUQ. 1889' and -have -a case sent home. "Nellie G. writes: "Can you prescribe a good treatment for catarrh? I suffer with pain above my eyes and my breath Is offensive." Answer) Catarrh I very annoying and dangerous If neglected. The best treat ment can be had by the use of antisep tic vllane powder. Obtain In two or elcht-ounce package or box and use as per directions accompanying same. "Maud" write. "Can anything be done for an Itching scalp? My scalp Is covered with dandruff and 1 am in great dlstross. Answer: You can very easily be cured of nn Itching scalp, also dandruff, If you will get a 4 ox. Jar of pla(n yellow mlnyol and use according to the directions given on the Jar.- Two or three applications havo been known to cure. Try it fairly and vou will advocate Its use to your friends. ' "Kllen K." writes: "I am not fleshy enough. I should weigh JO pounds more. 1 am ashamed of my thinness and wish to beenmo plump and attractive. Can you hl? mo? Answer: Yes. I can help .you, "Ellen K." and many others In the same plight. A thorough oourso of treatment with three-grain hypo-nuclane tablets will gradually give you more rod and whtto Mood corpuscles, adding to your weight, health and color, giving you pink cheeks, red lips and sparkling eyes. These tab lets are packed in sealed cartons with directions. Do not expect rueults too quickly. It takes time to chaiiR tho c tils nnd. tissues of the body, but you ran depend on gaining weight If you are persistent. ' "D. E. F." writes: "If you know of anything that I could take to cure my rheumatism? please tll me. as I suffer pll the time. Am getting worse all the lime." Answer: Take the following and you will noon be relieved of your rheuma tism. This Is the best remedy that I have ever known for this trouble. Iodide of potassium, 3 drams; sodium salicylate, 4 drams; wine of colchlcum, l-t ox.: comp. eaBence rardlol, ox.; comp. fluid Imlmwort. 1 oz., and syrup sarsaparilia. romp, b ozs. Mix by shaking well and take ono teaspoonful at meal times and again at bed time. Helen" write.' "Can you -give me a, reliable remedy for coughs and colds? Great CRUISE f 1915 Drsr.Vn.K;,"' "Cleveland" From New York, Jan. 31, 1915 Visiting famous cities and countries on a palatial steamship which serves as your hotel. Every luxury and comfort assured. 135 days $900 and up lacludiac Shore Trip snd aQ necetwy expense. Alto CrntiM to tli Wnt Indie Pern an Can&l, nnd Medlterrmneu trip. StnJ of ttoktd, tiding trait HAMBURG-AMERICAN LING 180 yf, Randolph St., Chicago, HI., or Ziooal Agents. ADVEIlTISINa IB TIIE UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE SPOKEN EVEKYWHEKE BY BUYERS AND SELLERS. IheDoCTOR &T 2r. Zcw's JSaAej Tho questions answered below are gen eral In character, the symptoms or dn luses are given and tho answers should vpply to any casu of similar nature. Those wishing further advice, tree, may address Dr. Lewis Baker, College Bldg., College-Elwood Sts., Dayton, O., enclos ing colf-addretsed stamped envelope for reply. Full name and address must be given, but only Initials or fictitious name will be used !n my answers. The pre ocrlptlonn can be filled at' any well stocked drug itore Any druggist can order of wholesaler. t My cough la so tight that I am afraid of pneumonia." ' -. Answer: The tightest cough cth be loosened In one hour by using the fol lowing: Oct from your drugglrt'a S 1-3 ox. package of. essence mentho-laxene and make according to directions on bot tle. This will break up any cold and loosen the tighten cough and soon cure It by lta laxative (tonto action. "Miriam a." Nvrltes: "I am afflicted with stomach and bowel dosordera and am fearful that It will result in appen dicitis, Please advise me." Answer: Undoubtedly a ' great many people' could provent appendicitis by us ing precaution, and overcoming stomach and bowel disorders in time. I advise that you take tablets trlopoptlhe. 4 "Carpenter" writes: "r have palps In my spine and frightful hoaduche In back of head, fainting spells, twitching and trembling, nervousness, sleeplessness, loss of appetite and strength, and In fact am a 'has been,' when It comes to perform ing accustomed work and duties. Please advise." Answer: In all such cases the assimi lative functions have not kept pace with waste functions and a powerful, harmless tonic treatment Is needed, I find three grain cadomene tablets unexcelled and astonishingly beneficial In such cases and advise them for you. "Mrs. W. C." asks: "Is It safe to re duce one'n weight when It Is excessive? 1 have often wanted to take something but have been afraid that It might do more harm than good.' Answer: Some remedies might not be safe, but T prescribe, one which Is both safe and effective. Ask any well stocked pharmacy for s-groln arbolona tablets, packed In teuled tubes, with full direc tions for home usi. They will usually reduce at the rate of a pound a, day, ''Qeraldlne'' writes: "I am-troubled & great deal with headache, dlsxy spells, dark spots before my eyes, .twinges of rheumatism. Can I bo helped .at all?" Answer: You cannot only be "helped but you can be freed of all the troubles you mention. You need three-grain sul pherb tablets (not sulphur) ' which are. racked In settled tubes and contain full directions for ute. Thoy are made of sulphur, cream of tartar and herb med icines. If these are taken regularly they purify the blood, stimulate the liver and bowels Into healthy action and will grad ually effect e, cure. 'Mother"-Medwettlng In children la usually a disease which can be corrected by the use of the following: Tincture cubebs, l dram- tincture rhus aromatic, 3 drams- comp fluid balmwort, 1 or. Mix and give the child 10 to IS drops In water ono hour before each meal. Adv. I