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SaD.mUv, November 8 .
THE TALLS CITY NEWS
BURIED IN WAR, STILL ALIVE.
V a ta ra n , S a v a n ty -fiv e , K ic k e d U p
W h i la B a in g L a id at Raat.
D ir t
POUNDS THE SPINE TO
REDUCE URGE HEART
Centralia. Mo. — .lames M Halan.
who has Just celebrated his seventy
fifth birthday, claims the distinction
f t being the only man who. after he*
was pronounced dead and had been Contraction Usually Follows
burled, lived to tell the story.
Hulen was shot through the right
Quickly, Says Professor.
eye with a 44 caliber bullet during the
civil war. He was pronounced dead,
was burled, and ’he clods were rattling Philadelphia. — Enlargement of the
down Into his grave when hts foot heart
-the "athletic heart" mav be re
kicked up through the dirt.
by simply tapping the spine
The burial was stopped and Hulen
a hammer, according to Professor
removed from the grave. The other with
Meyer Solls Coheu of this ctt.' Hade
dead were burled, and presently the scribed
treatment In the New York
sravedtggers came back, expecting to Medial the
Of course it should
find Hulen really dead by this time not be attempted save
But hla heart was still beating, and be The tapping should be by done,
was sent, to a hospital.
on the "spinous process of the seventh
The experience occurred when Hulen 1 cervical
which In every day
was In the First Missouri brigade. English vertebra."
Company G. under command of Colo, the spine at the bottom of vertebra
nel Cockrell. The brigade was at New Uttle above the shoulder line.
Hope. Ga.. attempting to cot o!T Sher To protect the spine from the direct
man's march to the sea
shock of the blow Professor Soils
Cohen has usually used a rubber eraser
or a piece of soft rubber or linoleum
WEARS HIS CARD ON BROW about
six Inches long, one and a half
inches wide and about a quarter of an
M e x ic a n H a s H i s N a m e an d A d d r e s s
T a tto o e d o n Forehead.
Putting this deadener against tbe
San Francisco.—"What's your name?" spine
the point Indicated, he gtie* a
demanded Assistant District Attorney series at of sharpand
Becaey of a Mexican charged with va an ordinary hammer vigorous
that has a lubber
tip or with a jeweler's hammer, in au
The defendant brushed back his hair, emergency
he lays his fingers on the
but did not speak. Becsey repeated hi> spine and then
bents the fingers with
question. Same response Then the his fist
Spanish interpreter tried. The man This exercise on the spine Is usually-
pointed to a spot on his forehead. Bee followed. he says, by a contraction of
sey looked closely, and tattooed on the the
and of the aorta, which lat
man's brow was. "Fred Harris. 6onora. ter Is heart
artjry that comes out of
tbe top of the heart and supplies the
"What's the idea?" asked Becsey.
body with blood.
"I have heart disease. I may drop entire
“I have been exciting this reflex." he
dead. I don't want my grave to be un says.
"In many cases of dilated heart
marked." the prisoner explained. Judge and aorta
in both private and hospital
Brady dismissed him.
practice. There were several failures,
chiefly In children suffering from endo
BLIND, SHE SEW S MAIL BAGS. carditis (inflammation of the lining of
the hearti and resulting myocarditis
M i s s M a d d o x H a s W o r k e d F o r U n d o «inflammation of the tissues of the
heart), with loss of compensation, con
S a m T w a n t y - a ix Y e a rs .
In which the heart and aorta
Washington.—Twenty-six years ago a dltlons
usually failed to contract on concus
blind woman asked Postmaster Gen sion.
eral John Wanamaker to give her a "Iu most cases the response was
job sewing mall bags.
a lateral contraction of over
“Mr. Wanamaker.” she said, “you marked,
Inch being usual and of over two
give seeing people a two months' trial. an
being not uncommon "
Will you give me that much time to inches
•Of the cases treated and used ns ex
prove I can do it?" He consented to amples
of the success of the method
give her a trial
were male and five female One
Today you will find Miss Hattie Mad eleven
under ten years of age and four
dox in the mall bag repair shop of the was
were under twenty. Six were over
postofflee department busy with a pile fifty,
one being seventy.
of sacks reaching nearly to her shoul
der. She is one of Uncle Sam's best
workers on mall bags.
SEVEN TEACHERS IN FAMILY.
ERROR GIVES SCARE
TO NAVAL PAYMASTER
Slip In M aking Up Estimates
Guts $19 6 ,0 (10 From Pay.
Washington —In making up the navy
department estima’es for the ensuing
fiscal year enough, enlisted men were
overlooked to mal e an aggregate of
It caused not a Ettle consternation In
the office of the pit-master general of
»he navy A board of four officers wag
appointed to go over the figures and
locate the error, amd It took them four
days to do it
One year somebody overlooked all of
the warrant officers assigned to duty in
tbe engine rooms of our naval vessels
The amount involved on that occasion
The error managed to pass undlscov
ered for a time It finally got to the en
gine room crews, however, and they
promptly announced that unless their
salaries were Included in the estimates
lnstanter not an engine in the nary
would turn over. It did not take the
powers that be long to discover the
error and correct it.
The marvel to officials Is that so few
errors occur In making up tbe estl
mates, when the Innumerable govern
mental activities are taken into consid
eration. Usually when the book of es
timates la finally completed In the
treasury department from the figures
submitted by the several departments
It Is correct down to the smallest de-
SNAKES IN SCHOOL LOCKER.
S c a r s G ir ls , W h o N o w P ic k S t e p s B e
c a u se So m e E s c a p e d .
La Cnag.se, Wls.—Normal school maid
ens are walking circumspectly since
the discovery of a nest of so called
water moccasins deposited In a locker
by a reptilian mother evidently anx
ious to obtain education for her family
There was real excitement when tbe
uest of small reptiles was discovered.
With the opening of the locker the
snakes darted out and about the floor.
aDd there was a scramble. Some of the
snakes met violent deaths, but sever*
wriggled fnto holes of safety; hence
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of California, battled for fifteen min
utes with a burglar in her bedroom.
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alar crawling on all fours. She jumped
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