The Norfolk weekly news-journal. (Norfolk, Neb.) 1900-19??, January 11, 1901, Page 3, Image 3

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Li Hung Chang and Prince
Ching Wait for Orders
Atlvlse Kiupress Dowager Against Ac
cepting Trriim Irlnres 11 and ChlnR Toll
Her n ltedsal Will lie 1ntnl ami Lrjje
Signing of the Joint Note
Peking Inn 10 II Hung Chang la
butter Hoth ho timl Prince ChliiR
balked nt signing the Joint note when
they considered the question until the
court wns heard from again explain
ing that the emperors edict direct
ing them to put off signing prevented
them from using the Imperial seal until
Iterinlssloti shall have been received
which permission they claim to expect
It is known here among the Chinese
that the extreme nntl foreign clement
Is now In power and that the court
favorites now advise the empress
ll Hung Chnng and Prince Chlng
both strongly urge the signing of the
agreement and they believe their coun
sels must prevail They have pointed
out in the strongest possible terms
that the very existence of China ne
cessitates the acceptance of the terms
of the powers and that failure on the
part of China to sign may mean the
allies will as soon as the state of the
weather makes such a siep feasible
Fend troops over the country and that
parts of the empire heretofore un
touched will feel the scourge of war
Doxer Stronghold TuUen
Berlin Ian 10 The war ollice has
received the following dispatch from
Count von Wuhlorsco
Peking Inn 8 The fortress of Ho Ill
which wns stormed Jim It wits the head
quarters of newly orgmilzfil lunula of llox
its Over 1000 linil terrorized the dis
trict nuil they were plumilng to march on
Yen King mid Clinu ring Colonel Invels
column Is uiiirelilug to IM Xgon Ku to co
operate with Colonel Mtidnls column from
Yen King Colonel Pnvcl nfter extremely
severe mnrches over by pnths nuri through
high mountitliis stormed the fort lllcnt Ions
Jan i These were defended by 10 guns
and from 000 to J 000 men Having pro
tected the mines the column Is returning
In extended order iiirough Yen King
Grip lipldcmlo In Indianapolis
Indianapolis Ian 10 Estimates
placed upon the cases of grip in the
city by the leading physicians vary
widely one prominent practitioner
placing the number its high as 75000
while the more conservative mem
bers of the medical profession place
it at 0000 or 40000 The disease is
general and affects all parts of the
city alike The attendance at all of
the schools is very materially lessened
by the number of pupils suffering from
it The disease however Is mild in
form and only when complicated with
pneumonia is it looked upon as danger
Developments in Itellevuo Scandal
New York Inn 10 More sensational
developments occurred yesterday in
the investigation of the Bellevue scan
dals It is reported that eight of the
Mills training school nurses have re
signed and that 12 more are to follow
The nurses give as their reasons for
resigning the attitude of Commis
sioner Keller toward them If the
other 12 resignations occur It will
make a total of -11 nurses who have left
the training school since the investi
gation started Complaints of ill usage
of a patient named Joseph LleberUash
will be Investigated
Cut In Kates to the Coast
St Taul Ian 10 Through rates
from the Twin Cities to the coast have
been cut At a meeting held here yes
terday there were present the passen
ger officials of the Northern Pacific
Soo Pacific and Great Northern The
north coast rate on 10 day transporta
tion was cut from 00 to 50 between
eastern terminals and Spokane it was
reduced from 0 to 420 iirst class
rate from the Twin Cities to Helena
and Butte was cut from 40 to i2i0
Mosqultos Spread Yellow Fever
Havana Ian 10 The American
commission under the superintendence
of Dr Reed which has been making
examinations at Quemados as to the
propogatlon of the yellow fever germs
by the mosquito has obtained extreme
ly satisfactory results Dr Reed says
the results show beyond a doubt that
there is no contagion from an infected
person or from infected clothing but
the mosqultos alone are responsible
for the spread of the disease
Guerillas Driven Oir
Panama Jan 10--A band of guer
rillas approached the city but on the
government troops going out to at
tack them they disappeared The
government Is fully prepared being
strongly Intrenched at the bridge next
to the railroad station and at advanced
Disaster In Mexican Mine
Kagle Pass Tex Jan 10 An explo
ftion of gas in coal mine No 5 at
Honda Coahulla Mexico last night
caused the death of four men and the
Injury of upwards of 20 others among
the lntter being three brothers named
Sullivan maimed beyond recognition
Diltlsh Casuultlcs at Naaujioort
London Jan 10 The British cas
ualties In the lighting Jan 5 between
Colonel Babblntons forces and Gen
eral Steenkamp at Naauwpoort when
the burghers were forced to retire
were 12 killed and 13 wounded
Jeffries Ilegln Training
New York Jan 10 Champion J J
Jeffries has opened hie Lock Arbor
training quarters ut Allenuurst N J
and has started In upon a regular
preparatory system of work for his
coming battle With liltn Is his
brother lack and Hob Armstrong
with both of whom he had a wirmlng
after finishing a brisk run on the ocean
Iliirrlennr In Abating and the Ninety
ton on Stranded French Mull
Strainer May He Saved
Marseilles Jan 10 During a lull
the men on shore succeeded In getting
a line to the steamer Hussle but It
snapped as It was being pulled on
board Other similar attempts failed
but a more hopeful feeling prevails
In view of the Indications that the
weather Is clearing A message from
the Russlo says The passengers arc
kept below but all the crew are at
their posts and the captain and olli
cers are lashed to the bridge The
seamen tried to construct several
rafts but as they neared completion
they were washed away
The sinking of the stern In the sand
proves to have been a lucky thing for
those on board as the bow of the mall
boat is tilted above all save the big
gest wave and affords a refuge Oth
erwise It Is believed that all would
have long since perished
The cruiser Galileo and a tug with
rocket apparatus left Toulon arsenal
In an attempt to rescue the passengers
who are chlelly colonial functionaries
and soldiers
Construction Quartermaster Is Itotiuvcd
From 1IU Duties
Washington Jan 10 Action was
taken by the war department yester
day lu the case of Captain C W King
roeontly arrested at Mobile Ala on
the charge of having accepted a bribe
from M Ilobson the contractor for
the construction of barracks at Fort
Morgan Ala Instructions were sent
to General Brooke to send an otlleor
to Mobile at once for tlio purpose of
Investigating the case with a view to
determining whether Captain King
Khali be tried by the civil authorities
or by a court martial An order also
was sent to Captain King relieving
him of his duties lu Alabama
King Denies Guilt
Fort Dodge In Jan 10 Dr Wade
King received a telegram from Captain
Cyril King his son who is under ar
rest at Mobile Ala charged with ac
cepting a bribe from Contractor Hob
son reading its follows Dont worry
over the news you hear Have been
victimized Am innocent of any
Congressman Nevilles Condition
Washington Jan 10 The condi
tion of Congressman Neville of Ne
braska who is dangerously III tit his
residence in this city is more favor
able There has been no recurrence
of the hemorrhages and the family
hope that his ordinarily strong consti
tution will resist successfully the bad
results following
President Is Improving
Washington Jan 10 Secretary Cor
telyou reported that the president had
passed a comfortable night and that
the rasc was yielding to treatment
No unfavorable symptoms had ap
peared but from the nature of the dis
ease the president would be compelled
to keep IiIb bed for several days
Kaunas Miners on Strike
Topeka Jan f Most of the miners
In the Weir City zinc mining district
are on strike The trouble resulted
over wages and the introduction of
non union miners There was a riot
at one of the mines yesterday In which
an attempt was made to hang one of
the superintendents
let Sioux City Franchise
St Joseph Mo Jan 10 At the
meeting here of the Western Leagues
representatives it has been decided that
Sioux Citys franchise shall be trans
ferred to Minneapolis
Dlizard at Dubuque
Dubuque Jan 10 A blizzard Is
sweeping this section and the snow Ik
drifting badly train and street rail
way service being Impeded
First Lieutenant A S Smith assist
ant surgeon general died at Manila
The house committee on hanking re
ported favorably the Broslus bill to
extend the charters of national banks
The Carnegie company will build the
largest pipe and tube manufacturing
plant in the world at Conneaut Har
bor O
Representative Smith of Michigan
proposes si constitutional amendment
providing for the election of all con
gressnien every second year
Should no fresh developments ren
der his presence in China necessary
Count von Waldersce will return to
Furope at the end of March
After Feb 1 trans MIssouri lines will
charge shippers for unloading and stor
ing carload freight at points where
there are no public warehouses
Counsellor Hogers of the New Jersey
Junior Order United American Me
chanics formally announced that the
state council litis severed Its connec
tion with the national council of the
The recent experiments with wire
less telegraphy In connection with the
French licet have been so satisfactory
that It has been decided to provide the
entire Mediterranean squadron with
wireless apparatus
It Is stated at the war department
that the action of General MacArthur
hi sending several Filipino leaders to
the Island of Guam was taken with
the full knowledge and approval of
the secretary of wur
Prospects More Favorable for
Candidates Getting Together
Four of llin RW Senatorial Aspirant Hold
a Second Meeting mid rractlcally Agree
on TcrmsCrounse and Itliiahavv
Drudluek 1 nllkcly
Lincoln Jan 10 -Although an at
tempt to secure a second meeting of
the six leading candidates for United
States senator last night resulted In
partial failure the Indications ale
more favorable than they have yet
been for the candidates getting togeth
er on the calling of a senatorial caucus
Four of the six held a second meet
ing yesterday Those present were
1 10 Thompson George I Molklc
John Frank M Currle and Fdward
Rosowuter With them was Speaker
Sears They adjourned to meet again
this morning when Governor Crounse
and 10 II llinshaw or his representa
tive are expected to be present
The four who met last night suc
ceeded In reaching his agreement
That they will acquiesce In the ailing
of a Joint senatorial caucus which
caucus shall make lis own rules that
the call for the caucus must be signed
by 50 members to become effective
that 4 votes shall be required to make
any candidate the caucus nominee for
United Slates senator
Action to Shut OH Coiiiiniinleiitlon With
Insurgents Volunteers for Iollee
Manila Jan 10 The military gov
ernment is considering die quostelon
of closing certain ports lu the south
ern Islands In order to prevent more
effectually communication between
the Insurgents The prt of Ubay on
Bohol Island Inn already been or
dered closed as te garrison stationed
there has been withdrawn
The act for the organization of the
metropolitan police of Manila has been
passed by the Philippine commission
The force will consist of three com
panies selected from the volunteer
Woman ilovttcrs Compete
Chicago Jan Mrs L C
ninth of Chicago carried off the honors
yesterday at the womens bowling
championship tourney which opened
yesterday Mrs Kddy of the Brilliants
showed an excellent claim to second
place Some nervousness was dis
played by the contestants owing un
doubtedly to the large number of spec
tators that packed the gallleries The
high average went to Mrs L C
Wnehsniuth whose 1t7 made her eas
ily he leader The nearest approach
to the figures of Mrs Wachsmuth was
made by Mrs Kddy of tin Moderns
who ran up an average of 1JW 1 3
Holding Nash lor ISurglury
Laramie Wy Jan I John D
Nash of Omaha a printer arrived In
Laramie yesterday asked for help
from printers in the Itoomerang ollice
and was given the price of a meal and
lodging In the evening he became
intoxicated and it is alleged thai
about midnight lie broke open the rear
door of the Laramie Hardware com
panys store and took four line re
volvers and all the money there was in
the cash register Half an hour later
he was arrested with the stolen prop
erty In his possession
Threaten to KIM Mayor Ames
Minneapolis Jan 0 Mayor A A
Ames of Minneapolis who lias earned
the hatred of ox policemen and detec
tives by making practically a clean
sweep of tln police department walks
the streets armed and ready for con
flict The mayor received warning
last night from several aldermen who
are his personal friends that his life
was In danger The names of sev
eral ox policemen and detectives were
cited as those of men who had threat
ened to kill Ames at the Iirst oppor
Nebraska Historical Society
Lincoln Jan 10 The Nebraska His
torical society last night concluded its
two days animal meeting The fol
lowing officers were elected Presi
dent J Sterling Morton Nebraska
City vice president Robert V Furnas
Brownvllle secretary II W Caldwell
Lincoln treasurer C II Gere Lin
coln For the Hist time in many years
President Morton was unable to be
present owing to the death of his son
Try uk to Buy Missouri Fuel tie
New York Jan 10 It Is reported
that the Rockefeller Interests are try
ing to buy the Missouri Pacific and
the Wabash railroads If they suc
ceed In obtaining these roads It Is said
they will unite them with the Missouri
Kansas and Texas railway thus ob
taining ii trunk line extending all the
way from Galveston to Ruffalo and
connecting with other laleo towns
like Detroit Toledo and Chicago
Sleet Damages wires
Kansas City Jan 10 Sleet In places
half an Inch thick covers central Mis
souri and Kansas today and has
caused much damage to telephone and
telegraph wires In Missouri trees
were broken by the weight of fee Iu
Kansas less damage has been done to
wires and wheat will be benelltcd
Stock In western Kantas will not suf
Mrs Nation still In Intl
Wichita Kan Jan O The attor
neys for Mrs Carrie Nation yesterday
applied for a writ of habeas corpus
before District Court Judge D M
Dale but were denied their appeal
Later they filed their petition lu the
conit of appeals where l was again
denied The attorneys hen left for
Topeka to make application for he
writ before the supreme court
Will lie Sent nt Citys Kipcuso to Attend
Intel nor lu Washington
Des Moines Jan 10 The Dubuque
company of the Iowa National Guard
will be an escort o Governor Shaw at
the Inauguration of President McKln
ley lu March and here will be three
oilier companies lu the procession If
they will do as the Dubuquers propose
doing Captain Thrift of the Duhuquo
company antl Colonel Dows he colo
licl of lie regiment had a conference
with Governor Shaw and Adjutant
General Myers yesterday anil offered
the Dubuque company as an escort
to the governor The people of Du
buque will pay all the expenses of he
company and the stale will not be out
n cent They sent heir company o
he Yorktowu celebration some
years ago and were well pleased with
the result
The adjutant general Immediately
wrote the olllccra of he companies at
Red Oak Sioux City and Davenport
staling that If hey will do the same as
the Dubuque company these four com
panies will be taken to Washington
II Is believed that they will anil that
Governor Shaw will appear lu he par
ade at lie head of four good compan
ies of the Iowa militia
Thousand lather at Ills lller Funeral
hurt Ices Mucked by li eat Simplicity
Interment at tlrneelaud
Chicago Jan 10 -Private funeral
services over the body of the late Phil
ip D Armour were held yesterday at
the Armour residence lit Prairie av
enue Following the services at lie
house the body was taken to the Ar
mour mission where from noon to
oclock It lay In slate and was viewed
by thousands of people numbering
many friends acquaintances and
throngs of employes from the great
packing houses and other business In
terests of the dead Millionaire many
of them standing for hours in the
street for an opportunity to gel a last
glance of their former friend and em
The services at he house were of
the simplest character carrying out
the expressed wishes of the deceased
and were attended only by the family
and close friends
Dr Gunsaulus of Plymouth Congre
gational church where Mr Armour
formerly attended services hen of
fered a prayer The home of the dead
millionaire was tilled with Dowers
They came from everywhere many
beautiful pieces being sent on cable
orders from far off countries and from
employes In nearly every large city
of the country
At public funeral services
were held lu Armour mission and here
again simplicity was observed lu every
arrangement Dr Gunsaulus deliv
ered no funeral sermon simply reading-
from the lth chapter of Corin
thians Singing by the choir followed
and the vast crowd hen united iu the
Lords prayer After conclusion of
the services the coliiii was taken o a
special train and conveyed to Grace
land cemetery where the hotly was
laid to rest In the Armour family lot
Ilouso to Ilouso Vaccination Cauvnss
Kansas City Jan 10 -Physicians
carrying on he crusade of compulsory
vaccination begun recently will to
day start a house to house canvass
vaccinating every one who cannot dis
play a good scar The city will be
divided into districts and each physi
cian will be accompanied by a guard
to prevent persons hiding or escaping
The city physician recommended that
every home and every business house I
or other public building be scrubbed
and fumigated A few additional cases
of smallpox were found
President McKlnley Is suffering from
the grip but is progressing favorably
Congressman Frank G Clarke died
nt his home in Peterboro N II
Paymaster Charles p Thompson of
the United Slates navy died at his res
idence In Washington Tuesday
The board of managers of the New
York Coffee exchnnge has decided to
list tea on the exchange The opening
call will be made on Jan --
One of the children burned in the
Rochester orphan asylum tire Tuesday
Allen Belmore died Wednesday This
was the death In the lire
The Canadian department of mi
litia has completed arrangements for
recruiting 1000 men for
constabulary In South Africa
Dr Leyds according to a dispatch
from The Hague Is organizing a band
of agitators to proceed to Cape Town
and to endeavor to establish it corner
In provisions
John It Laing believed to have been
the oldest Free Mason In the United
States tiled In Chicago Wednesday
aged 100 Laing Joined the order In
Scotland In lSO
At the age of 100 years Mrs Van
Katon of Iu Id n Minn mother of a
Union soldier killed tit the battle of
tfhiloh has sought aid from the sol
diers slate relief fund
A young man named McCarly com
mitted suicide at Uniontown Ky
Wednesday by hanging lie was to
have married a Miss Slzemore and de
spaired at the last moment
Peter Santos a Greek candy mer
chant at Huntington supposed to have
been murdered by his partner George
Polltz has turned up alive at Colum
bia S C Polltz Is serving a ten yeai
sentence for the murder of Srutob
Ml n
Millionaire Packer Expires at
Mis Chicago Home
ftenllrrs Death Is Near and Itepents Lords
Priori Almost With Ills Ilnnl llrralh
Nrtrr Itreowied Ilom Shock i Ills
Sons Heath Sketch or Ills Career
Chicago Jan 7 Philip lianforlh
Armour philanthropist llnanclcr and
in til 1 1 millionaire head of the vast com
mercial establishment that bears Ills
name died at bis home Prairie
avenue at ft oclock yesterday aft
A muscular afreet Ion of lie heart
known to Hie medical profession as
myocarditis was the Immediate cause
of death lie had been slowly recov
ering from pucumnulM thai for three
weeks had threatened his life At II
oclock yesterday morning his heart
gave way under the strain of his re
cent Illness his pulse running up o
1011 Thai was he beginning of Ihe
During he day he had realized that
death was near To those around him
he had said I know I am very sick
and am ready for death when It
Soon after luncheon and Just before
the physician forbade his talking more
Mr Armour in feeble tones said that
he would like o hear lie Lords
prayer read
One of the trained nurses who had
been attending him drew a chair to
lie bedside and slowly read from lie
bible the prayer for which the dying
man had asked It was read sentence
by sentence and each was repented by
Mr Armour When the amen had
been repeated by htm lie sank back on
the pillow and closed his eyes rest
fully It was the last word the great
llnanclcr spoke except feeble fare
wells to his family a little laler
The end came after wo years of
Illness during which line Mr Armour
visited German balhs passed the cold
months In southern California and de
voted himself largely to an attempt
to restore his health which however
had been broken never to he regained
For several weeks he dead millionaire
had been living at the old family home
on Prairie avenue the usual trip to
southern California not having been
taken this winter lie came down to
Hie ollice of the Home Insurance
building but seldom and as lie cold
Increased he did not come at all It
was understood iu I lie ollice that la
had had an Incipient attack of pneu
monia but if was given out no later
than a week ago that he was on the
road to recovery It was noted how
ever that ho constant attendance of
Dr Frank Hillings the family physi
cian at tin bedside of the sick man
did not corroborate the favorable re
ports at the down town ollice
For several days death has been
feared as the outcome by he close as
sociates of lite great eaplaln of liwbis
try They realized that the decline
from day o day did not cease and
that there could be but one end When
death came his grandchildren who
had so close a place in his heart were
at the family residence as was J Og
drn Armour the surviving son
Lost Strength Steadily
Mr Armour had lost strength stead
ily from day to day since the com
mencement of Hie winter The pneu
monia was checked but strength was
not regained The firm grip he had
so long maintained upon the business
of Armour Co whether at the ollice
or thousands of miles away slowly
relaxed Reports no longer Interested
lilm as they were wont to do during
the first months of his declining
health The sudden death of his sou
and namesake nearly a year ago hung
heavily on him during lie closing
mouths of his life Iu fact he never
recovered from the shock he experi
enced from that event It stopped his
progress toward recovery In his winter
home at Pasadena and lis sorrow re
mained fresh until the end
After the death of Philip D Ar
mour Jr the vast Interests of Ar
mour Co which had been carried
on as n eo pnrlnershlp were incor
porated under the old name of Armour
Co This was to provide greater
stability Iu case of death and made
no change lu the practical owner
ship of properties Some years before
the grain department had been Incor
porated under the title of the Armour
Elevator company The death of
Simeon B Armour nt Kansas City In
March 1800 caused no particular
change in tho Armour Interests there
as they were operated as a stock com
So carefully had tho plans for the
future been mnde that the death of Mr
Armour will have little effect on the
outward working of the great enter
prise with which he had been so close
ly Identified It Is believed all the
Armour properties will be held Intact
until the grandchildren come into
their own
Estimates of Mr Armours own es
tate run from 10000000 to 2ft000
000 This of course docs not in
elude tho ir000000 or 20000000
owned by the younger members of the
family For years every enterprise
ho was Interested Iu has been making
linmenso profits His holdings of
stock have all advanced largely dur
ing the last three years
Sketch or Ills Curetr
Philip D Armour who was in bis
CDtli year made his own lite on lines
unique and wholly original with him
self From a not over rich Oneida
county New York farmer to the posi
tion of paying more freight and cou
trolling uiorv provision than uuj
other man In the world were the two
ex Ironies of his life
Pile ancestral Armours were Con
necticut people but Philip Armoui
was not born until after he family
had moved o Sloekbrldgc Oneida
county New York Ills hlrlli date
was May 11 IS
Tlie California gold fever struelc
western New York In IS 10 and yotini
Armour was the Iirst In Hlocrflirldivi
o determine to vhtll he Pacllle coast
lie secured the permission of his pa
rents and at the age of 17 started hav
ing three or four companion from t lire
taine neighborhood The almost In
credible pnrt of it was that Ihe parly
wall ed nearly the entire distance from
New York to California Tho com
mercial sense which always predom
inated lu his life Indicated liu pres
ence as soon as he saw the gold IoIiIm
of California lie made money from
Ihe start and at the end of six TCiirn
he ret ui lied home with a fortune Me
coming illssatlsllcd with he quiet life
of his native own he came west
again and together with a
established a wholesale grocery
house In Milwaukee Pills venturi
was iiIho successful und In a yeartt
time he purchased Ihe largest grain
elevator In Milwaukee Phis led to
more elevators and railroad slock Itt
ISilit he came to Chicago o lake charge
of the Chicago branch of a New Yorlc
packing establishment The result
wiih that the Chicago house ceased ti
he a branch and ho west gained llu
largest packing and provision plant In
the world
II was announced that the fnncraf
services would be held probably at In
Armour mansion ell her Tuesday or
Wednesday They will be conducted
by Dr GunsauliiM and In keeping
with the life ami linhlls of the de
ceased will be simple In character
Crnr Agree to Dole I liln Against Any
Altnek on Her nilsCulcstlnl
Army Moves North
London Jan 7 The Peking corre
spondent of lie Chronicle says that
Russia In her agreement with Ulnu
agrees to defend tho latter iiust
any attack on her forts
Reports have been receive here
from Sinn lu says the Shanghai
correspondent of he Standard thai
General Full Slangs troops have mu
tinied at Ku Yuen Cliou iu the prov
ince of Kan Su and thai General Fcrer
Tse Pals army has been sent from
lie province of Hun Nan to suppress
lie rebellion
An Imperial decree was Issued to d
lay the alllxlng of signatures hut tho
Chinese plenipotentiaries replied thai
It was Impossible to recall he assent
already given
It Is rcporod from Shin Fu that the
empress dowager has ordered General
Feng Tse Tsal commander of the
provlneo of Yun Nan to proceed with
Ills army to the Yank Tse valley and
from that section to move northward
Ills force is said to consist of liOOtt
men armed with modern weapons
Count von Waldersce it Is assert cif
has arranged with Prince Clilng and
LI Hung Chang that the allied troop
nre not o operate in lie prefectures
of Shun To Huang Ping and Pa Ming
In Hie province of Chi LI
Int Itevnliitloiilsts Surrender
Caracas Jan 10 The last place oc
cupied by the revolutionists Carupuno
surrendered yesterday
I Babies and children need I
proper food rarely ever
I cine If they do not thrive
I on their food something is
wrong They need a little I
j help to get Iheir digestive j
machinery working properly f
will generally correct this
1 tl ficulty
If you will put from one
fctirth to half a tcaspoonful
i babys bottle three or four
times a day you will soon see
rr Rcd improvement For
s larger children from half to
a tcar poonful according to
rc dissolved in their milk
iJ ycu so desire will very
oc n show its great nourish
ing povcp If the mothers
nX docs net nourish the
odfcy she needs the
r It will show an effect
t o cc both upon mother
zA child
is and f i oo al druggists
s OTT Si HOWKK hniiists New Vcrfc
11 li Mr M MM