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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 9 May 1907

A SOCIAL LEADER OF KANSAS CITY Attributes Her Exiellent Health to Pe-ru-na. THE NATION'S WEALTHM.i: OUGHT HIM A LUNATIC. MRS. W. H. SIMMONS. MRS. W. n. SIMMONS, 111!) R. 8th St.. Kansas City. Mo., member of the Nat innal Annuity Assoeiat ion, writes : ' My health wascxc-pllmt until about ayenraffn, When I had a eomplrte col Inpso from overdoing socially, not Mt tintf the proper rest. aul too many late Nippon, My stomach was in a dread ful condition, and my nerves alt un strung. 11 1 was advised by a friend to try Pe mna, and eventually I bought a bottle. 1 took it and then another, and kept using- it for three months. "At the enil of that time my health was restored, my nerves no longer troubled me. and I felt myself once more and able to assume my social position. I certainly feel that Peruna Is deserving of praise." There are many reasons why society women break down, whv their nervous systems fail, why they have systemic or pelvic catarrh. Indeed, they are espe cially liable to t...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 9 May 1907

c 5 vi i ftut upctor, Tim Ta s Ti&dig ' spui ' n J Sifts CtoniH fowls. JWa.isrt J.V. .' '.".trwwi , , ,. , M . mnl knoA ti m tli" Tins Trading HttlWt- I -ITI-VKNH. eoinp'inv of Ti'ifl. mid trriiiirroi! Iy I V,,Ol.1. .,1 1 t in of Rut.i'n iir" lilt; no OWttWB. S,cor :!.(-... MM. t lh Tho fofttri R1 h" t life t . I M y MRIvnr, ' . ",, J-aatrtf. 0 tnB PffW" '"r": ( "MiO-'S. .J-lllllM 15 ".JiMR mid ""' ' Frsnk (ioit hi. u lto Iiv I'd1." w i i BAT1W ' hOB(RIIptN I thi K"itwWlg llHNntfl nm k!j jvr yw W.60 nv for www nm.- .-i. hivnbnarht .40 UXALS. SVfo SI. for M C A. Mels ""'K il to Qnettii, 1 - I v Jiu'it Br :...' uBnry in Ht1 !iblM TMe fi'li'i'U HPMwiii opens n I tdufsilny, M y If til I ! 1 Yuri Young w ov'i- from J'j'i.. (Atth tows,, the lirn of the wi ujt. Mrs. 0, 8 0'tdand i- i"' in j 3io with the Colnml.iwn Hotel j Jsrjple. M. Moait i developing the 3 j i mining properly Mod yunnlaih. J?. A. Oole who HMent h part ol Unt sowBBAr in eump, i now local Kliat Cmrron. H. t' ) nk 3VvRd...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 23 May 1907

RED RIVER PROSPE C i OR Vol. vh RED RIVER, TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THUR3DAY, MAY 23. 1907. No. 4'i THE NEW STORE JOHN MELSON MEL-i: I 8tajie e.v ." ; NEGERAL Candies asd Nu CALL YNDtfk Bond - Q is d 0 Vtt t If yon- -want an Inter at ... m 5 m'rero for the "boss.' . any Hai a Co"s 'Rfr ; u : thing m wash goods and hosiery. Case thresher, a 1 res, i i . ciiir ct-oic of shoes from five of Deer plow, a Bain wagon, '...'.- factories in the United gy, a separator a sewing tiw'li -w. ; anything yon want in furniture, household titer, - j 4 -rs, yonr choice of 25 brands tffle, hardware I deserjf.ti "f c.fi.c and five grades of flour a nobbvstiitofcl r , s opl. Lt- (ifiM Hillsbury's & Coloia in vie and wor'cr.i i; -hi j ; ) In word, anvthmg von iVi :ie boy. 01 -1 iiess !'. r t want at the MAMMOTH Kmpokuu miss, a stik or Irish Poplin '- i n l at re .sonable prices, .lor the Mrs., r hat-for thi a J TRY THEM. BOND (iUSDORF McCARTHY CO, Taos. New Mexico. The Oolumbian I lotcJM b hmM TAO.S 2...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 23 May 1907

Red River Prospector RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO. The Language and the Boy. A child, with its meager store ol 'language, Is somewhat In the position of the fabled wnodchuclc, which was simply obliged to climb a tree, whether It could do so in harmony with the facts of natural history or not. He must express himself with what language Is immediately at his command, or faljin more or less seri ous degree to express himself at all; and so his little store must be treated as thoroughly plastic, just as the lan guage of his race, in its earlier stages, was plastic, says Atlantic. The existence of whiten, "to make white," Ib all the justification he needs for Bmallen. "to make small or lowen, "to make low." "Jlmmle Jones hasn't grown much since he was here before," sayB some one "Why, I believe he's ungrowed some,' answers my younger, expressing his thought clearly and fully, and delight fully unconscious of the fact that lln guistic authorities do not recognize the right of this handy prefix t...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 23 May 1907

"What makes Peck look bo wor ried?'' "He hits been contesting hi wife's will." "Why, I didn't know his wife was dear! " "Thai's it she isn't." Denver Directory You tnk no chance whan huylne a hnr neu from ur; very set war ranted to be -il Thla dou ble team liar nM complete with coll a 'a and brch Inffa. Concord style. 2-inch trace. for f-2 no Sold everywhere for $J7.00. Send for our free cat alogue t paddles hm'I hnrnenw IiowprI prices tn the I'. S The VYcd Mueller Huddle ft liar ne To.. 1415-1H i : 1 1 1 in si Denver. Colo. HAYWOOD THOIT I II KM Ask your dealer. Oun, A Hi kmc HMppiiee, Turn I e. llie Whit mpv Hporl in if t)uoUt'u., QOn 17th St.. Opp. Denver Club IIUUfR tPUflfi. "' Annual PeaWlOl. f (! OUMRItn OUnUUL iviivm Nmn, I mid 1'repnrn tory School. Denver liUMineee CoHeye. IM1 Glenaim. CUSHMAN GASOLINE ENGINE ' , ; ; ?i any. Particulars from U Tonf-ond, 1814 Arapahoe St THE DENVER PAINT AND VARNISH CO. i'he Acme ,,,,,. lj I, inc. 151) ir.i. St.. Denver. THE INDEPENDENT GLASS...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 23 May 1907

I t- " ivcr Prorpector, J Vol. VIT. JBto , f-oamtj, JVew Merino. IHr -WINTrf. HTKVRNH. Hater"' i . Sppfiiul-Cliiw. Matter t Uie MriMfi ry1 HjU) airtyv. (-months. 7fi Wiy; t'ftrve months 40 Loam h for NuticMii , v. i'o'tnu rw in town from rnt R itilfdny. T. A" Vi liti Ip-ft I'vusnlay, . fi r lit' PHrIi l ir a loml of freight. Stores I .. Ik) on ii j t r L. S. Myrrs vis lit L' ('at, TncHilny. B .Yn' otr ami h't.rlaafflitera, ifcr) n ;l.iniiiii', .if El'zaliel.htown MM v ,iitcn -in Red Kiver HAtfri Vl)iri riisialwthtown, . call at lai-Minn: n,? nn pniluft a "square watt." M-"s. ,!.,! i s Viukcr ia iu The nniin Saliliath Scliool niPBts 'm th?..i4'irHil Luildintr tvery Sun Ay.-ao'L" M -M. HXervtiim ia invited i'l'n. i.: und take part in the ssprr I'" E. H UVatotiv, B. TrErtjen NSV M. D. I)n4eher and two wos, rt ilpli and .Fred, visited the hretio Lki- the firt of the week sad f-Hiht. ahout 4'M) fieh. Harry Mohert; Hiid his twopnna, "Hurry and Oacar, arrived in ennip .Tfiirday to look aft...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 30 May 1907

If ' 6 RI VERPROSPECTOR. Vol. VII KED KIVER, TA.OS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THCR3DAY, MAY 30. 1907. No. 43 ft RED THE NSW STORE JOHN M,12L.S( )N L. It. 1ENN MELSON & PENN Btapio ad Fsvicy Groceries MEGERAL MERCHANDISE Candies an Nuts, Tobacco and Cigars. OAtii ANftER 1'S AT THE POKTOPFICE. JBond - Gnsdorf - McCarthy Company. r- -JA.KUY EVERYTHING. rr IT yon -want an International Harvester Ob's fftttajicr, a .1 . I. Case thresher, a hav press, a John Deer plow, -a:F iin trajfon, a bugj gy, a separator. B i rig machine, furniture, household v'er.sils. a ntie, hardware of any deeerfptien, a. nobby suit of clot I.e.- 1 1. j lo date in style and worki,airf tp,, &4.wit the boy, oi a Urea l'jr the miss, a s'lk or Irish Poplin dress for the Krs,, or. a hat for the kdy, BONB (JU.SDORF McCARTHY CO, Taos, New Mexico. The Columbian Motel, TAO.S NEW MEXICO. Rates 2.00 Ter Dae. Fine Sample Rooms and Good Accomidation. MRS I. KHAR I'M AN, Proprietor. 1HE M011EM VALLHf iSSAyC!i. OX47. KU'ZABl -...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 30 May 1907

Red River Prospector RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO. Agricultural Prosperity. Signs multiply pointing to mother year of agricultural prosperity. From very direction come reports that the hardier grains and fruits are doing well, and In the winter wheat region the prospects are particularly cheer ing. The New York Tribune has made careful inquiry In the great grain-pro ducing states, and announces that "the year's wheat crop will be a bumper one, despite reports of bugs and drouth;" that Kansas, the fore nest wheat-growing state, has the largest winter wheat acreage ever planted, with the growing grain classi fled at 100, or perfect condition; that Iowa Is planning for the greatest har vest ever gathered there; that In Ne braska the condition of winter wheat Is 100, while Minnesota and South Da kota seem certain of big yields, with Increased acreage and plants In un usually fine condition. In some parts ef the middle west there has been a slight falling off, and In Texas and Oklahoma some dam...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 30 May 1907

KIDNEY TROUBLE Suffered Two Years Retimed In Three Months. MR. C. B. FIZER, Mt Sterling, Ky., writes: " have Buffered with kidney and blndder trouble tor ten years past. "Dast March I commenced using Peruna and continued for three months. I have not used it since, nor have I felt a pain. " I believe that I am well and I there fore Rive my highest commendation to the curative qualities of Peruna." Pe-ru-na For Kidney Trouble. Mrs. Geo. II. Himser, Grant, Ontario, Can., writes: " I had not been well for about four years. had kidney trouble, and, In fact, felt badly nearly all the time. "This summer 1 pot so very bad I thought I would try Perunu, so I wrote to you and begun at once to take Peruna and Manalin. "I took only two bottles of Peruna and one of Manalin, and now I feel better than I have for some time. "I eel that Peruna and Manalin cured me and made a different woman of me altogether. I bless the day I picked up the little bookand read of your Peruna. " It Is the business of ...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 30 May 1907

lf r rector VL.erf ifrj ThvrnOn) at Jte4 Shvr, Tuot t'tunij, tftt Mtxioo. afc i lrRKMONTV. STEVENS, POBT.ISIIHR, fc n.l .ponrt-CIS--Mff"' ' the MH3 erf !" I teilno, PBfltofllMl MVT-7M OH- ivfKSCKIKnO.V. ai ywir !50 f$mmX. si miiiilln 75 Hwdys thiw montlm 40 LOCALS. rtO Steve's for Stationery an may rrnde of .it, e ot then nwt p ttlc. lmt Stove crt! i in it fhw liiw of FTiVi, laiers, Lin Mid Efcels. 011 Mid I.Hf Bfcddioaj. hotel nmn t Qsrfte. left yntnliiv morning for JsVnvfi on basin eas. jHyon want to Vuy a fiist class imsoarat a dieooouti call nr lliMM tilis office "When in rJlsabotbtoinr, ciil'st AltMiner's Ibn and' u'et' a V;iiare JMaI."Mr. JameH Vieker is in MKe.. 3ft is reported that some of 'tlie Ble crees iti the T-ios-vslley have 3dssnaed die seoond ti.ne this f t)K Joseoli BHiiler writes Irom (Joltl- mi, Nevada, (hat' that camp since olopt- of tlir strike is nnin 011 .He boom. Birth Brird tb Mi. and Mrs. c. X WalUce, dnririfi the preninK o Say 23rd, 1307, a iil wti(rbioK o...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 6 June 1907

RED RIVER PROSPECTOR Vol. vii RED RIVER, TAOS COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. THURSDAY, JUNE G. 1907. No44 THE NEW STORE JOHNMEI.K-N L. E. PENN MELSON & PENN Staple and Fancy Groceries Fresh and Salt Meats iav and Grain. "GENERAL MERCHANDISE Candies ftn 1 "Juts. Tobacco and Cigars. CU.I. -VP SEE lTS AT THE PQSTOFFJOM Bond- Ckisdorf- McCarthy Company. URRY tiVEL.YTfcllMG. If yon wart -r Jlarv : tcr (V & Case thresher, a h rn'?rnali".ial , . a J. I. ' a lolin'1 iJeer ulow. a B tin inon. a Him- . r, ' . -, ; a separator, a -sewing inachir. . num. uc, iiuusei.oia utensils, a 'rifle, hardware of any description, n nnhlnv iiif rf ili'.tlr t Aurv t.i !.( 1 turnuuie. liouscliokl utensiis, il in style nrM workmamrtiip,) anit Mo.) In a word, anything von for the boy. or a Qress for ,;:e ! want -at the Mammoth Emporium miss, a silk or Irish 'PopHti drrssjanl at reasonable prices, for the Mrs., or afcat for the raiy, TRY THEM. BOND euSDORF McCARTH Y CO, Taos, New Mexico. The Muniliian Hotel, TAO.S ...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 6 June 1907

Red River Prospector RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO. Edison's Ingenuity Is as nothing compared with that of a baseball re porter who ran get up a new slang phraae meaning base hit. Admiral Schley declares that undpr no circumstances would he run for vice president. The admiral Is al ready on the retired list. It may be true, aa that Yale pro fessor says, that vegetarians show more endurance than flesh-eaters, but do they enjoy life as much? To the question where the tnllk came from In the milky way, It might be observed that It probably came from the cow that jumped over tho moon. A patent for paper waistcoats has been taken out In Switzerland. They will cost only four cents, and are said to be warmer than a woolen gar ment. Mexico Is to be allowed to partici pate In the Central American Inter ventlon. It 1b to be hoped that she will Introduce some of her soothing and justly celebrated salve. And now even Turkey has appro priated additional money for the Im provement and increase of ltB army...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 6 June 1907

Red River Prospector RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO. A Great, Good Charity, The latest charitable enterprise of Helen' Gould Is notable not only in it elf, but for Its suggestion of a way In which the city slums may be meas urably cleared of a large class of per :aons who, helpless there, might in a different environment become Indus trious and Independent. Miss Gould has purchased near Greeley, In Colora do, a tract of 100,000 acres. She is Teady to expend $100,000 for imple ments, aeed and fencing. The land Is to be sold in small tracts, and the buyers who prove themselves worthy 'will be allowed easy terms of pay ment. They will have the advantage of instruction, with access to a library, land the sanitation of the tract will be jatiperlntended by skilled and practical I directors. Early In the operation the shiftless will be weeded out. No bet ter choice of location could have been made. The town of Greeley was set- 'tied many years ago by colonists from the east inspired by the advice o...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 6 June 1907

GREAT TRIAL ON Chiefs of the Western Federation of Miners, Accused of the Murder of Former Governor Stuenenberg of Idaho, Soon to Face a Jury -State Is Divided on Question of Their Guilt or Innocence---Immense Fund Raised for Defense -Fight Prom ises to Be Long and Bitter. Boise, Idaho. No one living in the Rocky mountain regions can have an unprejudiced opinion regarding the Steunenberg murder trial. This Is the most Important event that has occurred in western America In re cent years, and William D. Haywood, secretary of the Western Federation of Miners, charged with the murder of Idaho's governor, has half the popu lation of the entire western country with him and half against him. This is the culmination of a long line of bloodshed In the mining camps, begin ning in the Coeur d'Alene's mines 15 years ago, and culminating In the bloody mining riots in Colorado. The prosecution alms to show that all the crimes in the mining eampB which appeared at the time to have their motive in...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 6 June 1907

PUT RELIGIOUS DUTY SECOND. torn Law of Business Corns Says Austrian Court. Pint An Interesting case at law, whirl centered on the observance of an old Jewlah custom, was decided In Vienna recently. A merchant, says the Ameri can Israelite, discharged a clerk on ac count of neglect of duty. Among the! charges against him was that he came to il.. store late in the morning be cause he attended service at the syna gogue in order to say Kaddlsh the prayer for the dead for his father. The clerk argued that It was his privi lege and his duty to say the prayer for his departed father, while the mer chant, who was also a religious man, maintained that "If Moses had known that a man had to pay 8,000 gulden a year rent he would have made differ ent laws." The judge would not allow such an argument, but decided In fa vor of the merchant, "because the dally attendance at the synagogue could not be considered the right of the clerk without the consent of the employer." $100 Reward, $100. The rr-k...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 6 June 1907

m i i c tec n ( V II; 'febi Mv w fynrmlttff at TTt.i . . Anter"n K.'-nn! -! MM'n Ht the Wwfc I V-.pWjrWWs ....... v 1 SO IMljS.M monMia,. .? Wwklv. threw mor-H; 4U H nn - , . ifNtaocaesrs LOCALS. ; to PMv 8 f Station- ry. A. Mwn nfi'1.- t j f o rt. &-J3(l, x'olcn'tl". 'l.i.Hk. Jkav IT. Ton 1 1 ir of tjjwst '. iiukIh 9rtiitie8 llip t'' MhUth nnt Wrs.R. (?. .M - of rfiiltn Fe, : . -1 :-.tr a fw' rwfc Hontliem firfifornia. , P.FT Hat-li la luv lis Iron Mni-k iind Kit flue lonk'llL'Oie. nt' Work on (jfTtllg out 3. J. TotniH "f li'i'hethtowi) gaised through town jnetT!ay On 4l way to .anl.iid to titlt ln's pBiily.. iliaa Ofjfvm Bioiiiett .and Pfed Bb.DwBfal of Xriu'dad, are vmiR Weirnneteaiiil niint. M r. and Mrs. HemliVirawli wihihk of fourteen jff tii CrwIffaW1 at- llie Winona Mrademyat NVinotta I.ae, Indiana, ale ,L-st of t li -ei moiith. Mr. and Mi. Ql & Malleiio's aihirena let-nreted the urnvea of , dead in Red Rlvei v,ilu wild Sriwerson memmial day. - .,-JZ ,77. , Jjr. Ii. ...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 13 June 1907

t RED RIVER PROSPECTOR. t)L. vir RED BIVER. TAOS COUNTY, NEW 1EXI00. THDR3DAT, JUNE 131907. No. 45 TE E NE W STORE JOHN M F t SON 1. R.JESN M ELS ON & PENN Staple and Fancy Groceries Fresh and Salt Meats May and Grain. GENERAL MERCHANDISE ... indie? and Nuts. Tobacco and Cigars. PU.L AND SEE Pg AT THE POSTOFFJOE. : r 1. Gh pri erf - McCarthy Company. GARRY EVEIiY'l HING. Tf yon "vrrrrtt an Iniernational KirvcstCT 'o's Reaper, - .! I. Case thresher, a hay pr John Deer p1w, a Bain wagon, i bug gy, a separator, a sewing machine, vnrniturr. household utensils, a jrifle, hardware of any description, a nobby it of clothes (up to date in style and workmanship, a suit for the boy. or a dress for t he miss, a silk or Irish Poplin dress for the Mr.;., or a hat fot the Ifdy, BOND GUSDORF McCARTH Y CO, Taos, New Mexico. The Columbian. Hotel, TAO,S IKW MEXICO. Rates $2 00 Per Day. Fine Sample Rooms and Good .ccomidat'ion. MRS I. E. HARTMAN, Proprietor. TBE MORKM) VALLEY ASSAVMiTIl UOX ?3,-f:...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 13 June 1907

mm Red River Prospector RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO. The Right to the Land. Tho rioting In Rouniania, with which the civil war began last month, grew out of the struggle of the peasantry for control of tho land, a struggle sim ilar to that now in progress In Russia and Ireland. Until 1864 the peasants of Roumania were serfs. The land was owned by the church, the monas teries and the noblemen. The peas ants cultivated It, and paid a tithe of the product to the proprietors. They also bad grazing and fuel rights In the pastures and forests of the proprietors. When, In 1864, the law was passed for the emancipation of the serfs by the distribution of the land among them, the fuel and grazing rights were extinguished, and the peas ants, although each household re ceived title to from seven to fifteen acres on easy tenns of payment, had to continue to work for the old pro prietors to get money to pay for their fuel. They were soon at the mercy of money-lenders, who exacted usuri ous rates of Int...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 13 June 1907

Red River Piospector RED RIVER, NEW MEXICO. Millions for Music. An industrious calculator has esti mated that 910.000.000 were spent last winter by the people of America for the enjoyment of serious rr.nalc music, that Is to say. as It la known In our conceit halls and opera houses; not the music of the comic opcta stage and the vaudeville house. The figure Is more likely an underestimate than an exaggeration, says Everybody's Magazine. Few social phenomena of recent years in this country have been more remarkable than the enormous Increase In tho popular demand for music of the better class. Then years ago the works of Wagner, of Iteetho ven. of Schubert, of Schumann, of Tsehalkowsky, were relegated in the average mind, to the vague and unat tainable limbo of "classical" music; to-day, one catches one's carpenter whistling the "Siegfried" motive from "Der Ring des Niebolnngcn." and tho little dressmaker from the Buburlis discourses Intelligently upon the revo lutionary art of Richa...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River prospector. — 13 June 1907

Curing Fever Among the Bedouins. 1 Bedouins that wander in the desert perhaps the most unique of these is the have a rough and ready method of attempting tb cure fever caused by the wounds they have Inflicted on those they have captured for sale as slaves. Ice baths being out of the question, the patients are buried up to their necks in sand in the hope that the cool soil will allay the raging fever. The victims remain buried for several days until, indeed, it is said they are either killed or cured. Statistics obtained by those who have investigated the matter say that fully 80 per cent of the prisoners succumb to the treatment. The use of medicines is almost unknown among the tribesmen who inhabit the deserts. ABATE LOSS OF LIVES. GOVERNMENT TO MAKE STUDY OF MINE DISASTERS. Expert on Explosives to Conduct a Series of Tests with a View to Making Toil Underground Less Dangerous. Washington. Sclent illc study of the causes of mine disasters has beeu un dertaken by the fuel division o...

Publication Title: Red River Prospector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
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