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THE NORTJI PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE.
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
Warning! Unless you sco the name
"Bayer" on pnekago or on tablets you
are not getting genuine Aspirin pre
scribed by physicians for twenty-one
ycurs nntl proved safe by millions.
Tnko Aspirin only as told In the Bayer
package for Colds, Headache, Neural
gia, Itlicumntlsm, Earache, Toothache,
Lumbago and for Pain. Handy tin
boxes of twelve Bayer Tablets of As
pirin cost few cents. Druggists also
sell larger packages. Aspirin Is the
trade mark vof Bayer Manufacture of
Monoacetlcacldcster f Sallcycacid.
CALIFORNIA TO GROW DATES
Possibility That That State May Bo.
come Center of Culture of Fruit
In the World.
Within a few ycurs the Solton sea
basin, near Indlo, Cal may become
the center of the world's (Into culture.
tlinnks to the efforts of the Depart
ment of Agriculture. For ncury twenty
year the bureau of plant Industry has
been endeavoring to procure shoots of
the date tmltus which bear the fruit,
known commercially as tho Suldy, or
Wahl, and Sowl varieties. So difficult
wbb the source of the splendid fruit
to trace that, up to 1013, only n few
shoots had been procurable. At thnt
time an Immense grovo of 200,000 of
tHtfi palms In the ousls of Dnlthla, Tunis,
was discovered. .
Kegotlntlons for the purchaso of
specimens having been satisfactorily
concluded, tho collection of tho shoots
was begun. That It was slow la ac
counted for by the fact that a tree puts
forth only twenty to thirty shoots dur
Ing Its lifetime. However, tho collec
tion was finally completed and the
work of setting out 2.800 of the young
trees will be started within the near
future. Populur Mechanics Magazine,
Important to all Women
Readers of this Paper
Thousands upon thousands of women
nave kidney or bladder trouble and never
Women's complaints often prove to be
nothing else but kidney trouble, or tho
resmt ot kidney or bladder disease.
If the kidneys are, not in a. healthy con
dition, they may cause tho other organs
to become diseased.
You may suffer pain in the back, head
ache and loss of ambition.
Poor health makes you nervous, irrita
ble and may bo despondent; it makes any
But hundreds of women claim that Dr
Kilmer's , Swamp-Root, by restoring
health to the kidneys, proved to bo just
the remedy needed to overcome such
Many send for a sample bottle to see
what Swnmp-Uoot, tho great kidney,
liver and bladder medicine, will do for
them. By enclosing ten cents to Br.
Kilmer & Co., llinghamton, N. Y., you
may rcccivo sample nizo bottle by Parcel
Post. You can purchaso .medium and
iBigw. slid uoiucs at an urug. stores.
Arthur, ngo nine, returned from his
first visit to the art Instltuto with such
a depressed nlr that his mother was
"Didn't you like It, dear?"
"Not much. Mostly there wero peo
plo with their heads cut off.'
"But there must hnvo been soma
pictures of unlpmls and trees nud love,
"Oh, n fow, but," in disgust, "thera
were moro of pcoplo doing things they
"Things they shouldn't?"
"Yes, somo of them had taken off
all of their clothes, oven their union
Now U Iha Tint to Cat Rid of
Tkaaa Ugly Spot.
Thro' no longer the slightest need ot
feeling aahamed ot your freckles, at Othtnt
double strength li guaranteed to remove
theee homely spots.
Simply set an ounce of Othlne double
strength from your drugglat. and apply a
little ot It night and morning and you
should soon sea that eten the worat freckles
have begun to disappear, while the lighter
ones have vanlihed entirely. It la seldom
that mora than ona ounce la needed to corn,
pletely clear the akin and gain a beautiful
Ba aura to aek for the double strength
Othlne, as this la aold under guarantee ot
money back It It fatla to remove freckles,
A Belligerent Race.
"I can sympathize with Lloyd
George," rcmnrked Mr. Dubwalte,
"Why, ho has tho Irish problem on
"That's why I can sympathize with
him, Mrs. Dubwalto and I have an
Irish problem on our hands. Her namo
la Naruh and she's supposed to bo
something urotiud n gns range." Bir
mingham AgcIIernld, r
Don't Forget Cutlcura Talcum
When adding to your toilet requisites.
Ab exquisitely scented face, skin, baby
sad dusting powder and perfume, ren-
' derlng other perfumes superfluous.
You may rely on It becnuso ono of the
Cutlcura Trio (Soap, Ointment and
, Talcum). 25c each everywhere,'
A Man's Works.
The' potter forms what ho pleases
'Wftli 80ft clay, o a man accomplishes
-lifSw'orks by his own act. Ultopa-d'Siux;
NOW IN CONGRESS
Bill Introduced in the House
Without tho Customary
HUGE REVENUE FORECASTED
Many Articles Removed From the
Free List Boosts Duties On Im
ports Now Taxed F.arm Im
Washington, D. fV The administra
tion's penniimcnt tnrlfT bill, now be
fore congress, Is expected to return n
revenue to the government of approxi
mately $700,000,000 a year, according
to unofllclnl estimates.
The bill was Introduced In the house
last week by Congressman Kordncy
and Immediately thereafter was tniido
public for the first time. No explana
tory statements accompanied the Intro
duction of the measure, us heretofore
lias been customnry.
lOxamliintloii of the bill shows that
In some enses the ruloK proposed are
higher than corresponding rates of
tho I'ayne-Aldrlch law, while others
are correspondingly lower. This law
In the normal prewar years, produced
a little more than $:100,000,000 a year.
An critlmntu of how the whole bill
compares Willi tnc rnync-Aitincn
law would be possible only through
a detailed study by tariff experts.
because the schedules of tho new bill
are, In ninny cases, not framed In
parallel wltlr the schedules of the
In comparison with the Underwood
tariff law of tho Wilson ndmlnlstrn
tlon, tho new bill removes mnny
articles from the freo list, although It
leaves a large list free of duty, Inelnd
lng print paper, wood pulp, leather,
harness and agricultural Implements,
It raises tho duties on the great bull:
of Imports already being taxed ami
has mado no notnblo additions to the
free list. ,
Soldiers Break Up Meeting.'
Detroltt Mich. Bursting Into the
hall where the national convention of
socialists vns being held, seventy-five
veterans, delegates to tho convention
of Disabled American Veterans of tho
World Wnr, demanded an explanation
of a speech, In which the speaker Is
said to havo declared "there Is only
ono flag, the red flag," and demanded
thnt tho snclnllst delegates who hnd
nny such Idea "step out and light?
Tho mooting adjourned.
Hnll Damages Crops.
Sioux Falls, S. D. Damnges est!
mated at several thousand dollars,
was done to crops whort n hall storm
swept thru sections of Lincoln oounty,
South Dakota, laying tho grain Hat for
it swath of from two to threo tnllt's In
width and twenty to thirty miles in
length. According to farmers visited
by tho storm, sinnll grain crops are
n total loss, tho fields nppenriug ns If
they had been cut with a binder.
Corn was not seriosly dumuged.
Blue Law Supporters Lose.
Glendnle, Cal. Proponents of "blue
laws" mot defeat In the city election
to chooso flvo trustees. The margin
was so narrow that the result was In
doubt until tho final tabulation.
There wore throe tickets In tho
field, "Liberal," "Blue" and "Com
promise" Tho five elected wero the
choico of the compromlso element and
wero known as fusion ticket.
Wilson New York Lawyr.
Now York. Former President Wll
sou hns been admitted as u practicing
attorney and counsellor at law In tho
state of Now York. Ho will enter a
pnrtnorshlp with former Sccrotury of
oiuiu iHiiuuriugo uoioy.
Reduce Miners Wages.
Lead, S. D. The Ilomestnkw Mining
company, tho largest gold mine in
South Dakota, has annouticod a re
duction of CO cents per day In the
wages of all Us employes effective at
Big Sum to Prevent Strike.
Chicago, 111. Tribute to union load
ers in tho BUm of $50,000 was exacted
from the local Hotel Aiiibussudor dur
ing Its construction, according to test
imony given beforo the Dalley legis
lative Investigating committee, Thomas
S. Kearney, president of tho Chlcugu
building trades council, was Indicted
by a spoclul grand Jury on a charge
of extortion. Ho was alleged to havo
exacted $15,000 from n motion plcturo
concern to provont strikes during tho
erection of a thentre.
Paper Mills 8trlke at End.
Now York. An arbltiMtlou agree
ment was signed hero by union work
ors at nil the paper mills In this
country and Canada, with the except
tlon of the International Paper comp
any. Tho worker had been on
strike slnco May 1.
Tim workers will rurn nt the wage
scnlo in effect when thy walked out
and will nbldo by tlw decision of an
arbitration board ot seven as to
whether tho companies aro entitled to
Introduce a vrniro cut
CORN PROSPECTO ARE BEST
Reports From Three States Indicate
Bumper Crop For This Season.
Must Have Rain
Slonx City, In. Never before in
northwest Iown, South Ditkotn and
northern Nebraska has corn looked
better than It does just now and never
before wns It so fnr ndvnnced ns It Is
now according to reports from 'those
rectlons. In t lie southern sections cul
tivation Is completed and In the north
ern the finishing .touches are being put
on, two or three weeks earlier thnn
However, conditions nrc exceedingly
critical. Unusually high temperatures
havo dried "the soil and tho absence of
rnln during the last two weeks Is be
coming ntnrmlng, though no damage
has been done to corn.
In some sections, early planted po
tatoes and close cropped pastures havo
already suffered badly from the
drought. Dumugc will result to nearly
all crops If high temperatures continue
and there Is no general rainfall soon.
Winter wheat and rye are being
hnrvested nnd nro average crops,
while spring grown grains nro at the
singe to be greatly damaged by con-
Untied drought or by excessively
Carrying Dry Laws to Extreme.
Washington, D, a Declaring that
the country Is "drifting towards pro
hibition anarchy," nnd unless calm and
sane judgement "dlsplnce popular ex
citement nnd hysteria," all respect for
tho law so essentlnl to enforcement
will bo lest, Alfred D. Van Duron 'of
Kingston. N, Y., hns resigned ns chief
counsel to tho federal prohibition com
missioner. Explaining his action Mr.
Vnn Huron nssertod thnt tho Volstead
enforcement law has carried things to
extremes and tlmt tho people are Just
beginning to renllzo that the effort to
carry Into effect natkwnl prohibition
!b nffoctlng tha practice of medicine,
pharmacy, chemistry nnd religion.
Anti-Beer Bill Passed."
Washington, D. C Hopes for n
medlclnnl 4-per cent blew ended, when
the houso passed th Willis-Campbell
nntl-bcer bill by a vote of 250 to 03.
ixxnuers pinn to rush the measure
through tho senate to forestall Issu
ance of regulations by the .treasury de
partment, which would make It pos
sible for physicians to prescribe pre
Volstead beer for ailing patients. Tho
bill absolutely prohibits tho uso of
beer ns medicine.
May Pay Debt In Commodities.
Washington, D. C The paying In
commodities instead of cola may solvo
the problem of getting from the allies
tho $10,000,000,000 war debt owed the
Treasury department ofllclnls, it has
been lenrncd havo considered such a
The United States needs millions of
dollars' worth of goods annually from
Orcnt Britain, our greatest creditor,
her colonics and from Franco, Italy,
Greece and other nations which owe,
money to the United States.
A Notable) Gathering.
Washington, D. 0. President Hard-,
lng, tho cabinet and 000 odd officials
who guide government expenditures
mot last week with Director Dawes of
the new budget system to lay what
was hailed as the foundation for a .new
era of economy In federal ndmlnlstrn
tlon. Tho president opened the con
ference with tho declaration that
"there Is not n mennco In the world to
day like growing public Indebtedness
nnd mounting expenditures." Ho re
ferred to the gathering ns a first and
extraordinary method adopted to moot
Steamer Believed Lost.
Sydney, N. S. W. Tho steamer Can
ns'tohn, '1,001 tons, Is believed to havo
been lost between Welllngtop, N. Z,
nnd Sydney. She Is now ten days
overdue and hns not been h.enrd of
by wireless during thnt tlmo.
Legislative Program Uncertain
Washington, D. C. Congressmen nd
mlt that the legislative record of tho
special session of congress Is now In
tho balance. The fato of many pieces
of important legislation Is uncertain
and unless a change of sentiment oc-
curs moro wrangling nnd now delays
will develop, it was Indicated.
Farmers Fight Grasshoppers.
Colorado Springs, Colo. Facing nn
army ot countless millions ot migra
tory grasshoppers thnt nro threatening
crops In this section, more than 100
formers began a systematic fight on
tho pests In tho southeastern part of
121 Paso county,
Just where tho grasshopper army
had Its qrgln Is not known hut It has
spread over n Inrgo section of Lincoln,
Crowley nnd Pueblo counties nnd Is
threatening to enter El Paso county
from both cast nnd south.
Gas Line Texas to Missouri.
Houston, Tex. Articles or ngrcC'
ment which nro declared to constltuto
tho first step toward one of tho biggest
gns marketing propositions tho country
has seen havo been filed for record nt
Shrevcport by tho Union Power Co
nnd tho Fidelity Trust Co. of Houston
according to udvlces hore. Tho pro
Ject embraces a 'pipe lino froln tho
Shrevcport section to St Louis, prob
ably by tho way of Memphis, nnd to
nouston, glvrig these sections prac
tically an unlimited supply of gas.
(Copy for Thla Department Supplied lit
me American Legion nawi Berries.)
EMERY THE NEW COMMANDER
Grand Rapids (Mich.) Official Is Ele
vated to Succeed the Late F.
W. Galbralth, Jr. ,
Maj. John Garfield Emery of Grand
Itaplds, Mich., was unanimously elec
ted national commander of tho Ameri
can Legion at a meeting of tho nation
al executive committee held la In
dianapolis. Ho succeeds tho lato Frederick W.
Galbralth, Jr., who was recently
fatally Injured In nn automobile acci
dent at Indianapolis.
Major Emery wns ono of the flvo
vice commanders of the Legion, hav
ing been elected to that position at
tho Cleveland meeting ot tho organ
ization. Thomas J. Bnnnlgan, of Hartford,
Conn., wns elected vice-commander,
succeeding Mr. Emery In that position.
Major Emery saw much fighting dur
ing tho World war. He entered tho
Becond officers' training camp at Fort
Sheridan August 27, 1017.
After finishing tho course ho wns
commissioned a captain ot Infantry
JOHN G. EMERY.
and sent to France wltk tho first
group of Americans. He at first was
assigned to the railway transportation
fflco at Blola, France, and remained
thero until February 20, 1018. Later
ha attended tho First corps school at
Gondrecourt until March 24, when he
took charge of company F, Eighteenth
Infantry, First brigade, First division
Major Emery participated In all the
major actions with his regiment In
1018, at Cantlgny In April, May nnd
Juno; at St. Mlhlel In September, and
in tho Meuso-Argonno offensive In
September and October. Ho was com
missioned n major of Infantry August
On October 0, 1018, during tho Meuse
Argonno drlve Major Emory wns
Wounded in tho left arm and was In
valided home, being discharged at
Camp Custer. Soon after his return
to Grand Itaplds, ho - was elected a
member of the Grand Rapids city com
mission, a position he has held slnco
that time. Beforo entering the service
he wns a real estate and lnsurnnco
Major Emery was born July 4, 1881,
In Grand Itaplds.
As vice-commander of the American
Legion Major Emery was a closo
friend and confidant ot Commander
WORKER FOR THE AUXILIARY
Devil's Lake (N. D.) Woman Is Elect
ed First Vice President for
When the United States declared
war against Germany her son was" op
erating a "largo
ranch In North
Dakota. The son
mother hurried to
him and with her
husband took over
the task of man
aging that strip
of fertile lund
which would pro
vide bread and
beef for the
Feulon, Devil's Luke, N. D played no
spectacular part, therefore, In the
world conflict hut she learned the
service of sacrifice. There wero times
when the ranch wns running smoothly
enough and she spent the hours mnk
lng bundles of comfort kits and knit
ting box nnd sweaters.
When the mothers, sisters ami
wives of ex-servlco men organized a
women's auxiliary to the American
Legion in her city, Mrs, Fenlon wns
chosen president. The organization
furnished clubrooms for their boys nt
an expense of $2,000 during her first
administration. Mrs. Fenlon recently,
nan elected first vlco president of the!
pTemen's auxiliary of North Dakota.
Carrying on 8
With the 8
American Legion 8
Of all the fruit that crows in tho
Imperial valley of Cullfornln, a consid
erable portion In planted and tended
wouviuu vine-runs 01 uio worm
war, Whllo receiving $100 monthly
compensation from tho government,
tho men aro placed on tracts of land
me reuernl Hoard of vocational ed
ucation and nro assisted In getting out
meir crops, it. T. Fisher, assistant
national director of tlio imvnrnniKnt'n
rehabilitation work, recently compli
mented the California department of
tho American Lcclon for KufoiMmrdlnir
the Interests of the veterans who aro
winning their way hack to lienlth nnd
usefulness in tho fruit-growing project.
Tho aid of women's clubs of thu
West In tho interest of a coast to coast
Victory Memorial highway will be so
licited by Capitol post of tho Ameri
can Legion In Toncka. Kan., with
which the plan originated. The To-
poka Woman's club will place the re
quest for co-operation before the com
ing convention of the state federal ion
of women's organizations. Iutcsrrul
highways now In uso would bo hurd
surfuced by the govcnimont. Bronze
memorial figures of American soldiers
In full equipment and with rifles at
"present urms" would mark all-state
Another move to Induce the United
States government to force the release
by the Bolshevlkl of Capt Emmet K1L
Patrick, Uulontown, Ala., has originat
ed with the department of Poluud of
the American Legion. Latest reports
declare that the American, confined In
a Moscow prlsou, Is in a deplorable
condition from brutality und terror.
Captain Kllputrick, a Bed Cross work
er, was captured in Crimea.
The National Americanism commis
sion of the American Legion Is making
arrangements to have a member pres
ent at nil Legion state conventions. In
addressing tho conventions the Ameri
canism ofllclnls will lay. emphasis upon
the necessity ot co-operation with
teachers for the furtherance of educa
tion In citizenship, the promotion ,of
patriotism and the development ot
A house-to-house canvass of the en;
tire city of Chicago has bcon under
taken by posts of the American Legion,
in seeking out veterans who have been
unsuccessful In adjustment of compen
sation claims with the government. A
recent membership campaign in 1111
nols netted a gain of 10,000 members
for the first four months of 1021 over
tho corresponding period of last year.
Tho American language will replace
German In the services of the Bethany
Reformed church of Baxter, la., under
the provision of a resolution adopted
by the congregation after, a conference
with tho local American Legion post
commander. Tho Lcglou objected to
preaching In German at- the funerals
of veterans who wero killed in France.
Aerial mall flyers, their mechani
cians and all who assist them In tho
U. S. Tost Ofllce department's air mall
sorvlco will be ex-service men, accord
Ing to nn order Issued by John S. Jor
dnn, San Francisco, chief of construc
tion, acting superintendent' of the traf
fic division, air mall service, a copy of
which has reached American Legion
A proper education for American
children In China and Jupan Is tho
end sought by the Peking (China) post
of the American Legion, which has
written to Legion national headquar
ters to enlist the aid of ex-servlco men
in the movement- The American
Chamber of Commerce and other or
ganizations nro working with tho Le
gion in the project
Because they believe that Memorial
day should be observed In a reverent
and decorous manner, members of tho
American Legion in Indlnnnpolis, Ind.,
have asked that the annual motor
speedway race bo held In tho future on
July 4 lnstend of on May SO. More
thun 130,000 persons attended the In
ternational motor classic this year.
When tho town of Lawton, Okla.,
set about building n road to the oil
fields, 20 miles away, Lowry post of
the American Legion undertook the
building of a . , much-needed bridge
ubout eighteen miles from town. Dur
ing the construction members of the
post's Women's Auxlllnry brought food
to the busy Legionnaires every day.
Fifty-eight years of residence In
America were not enough to Induce a
resident of Emerald, Neb., to famili
arize himself with tho American lan
guage nnd institutions of government.
As a result his application for filial
citizenship papers was denied at a
naturalization hearing in which Amer
ican Legion members testified.
A resolution calling upon congress
to pass tho American Legion's legisla
tion fpr the relief of disabled veterans
of tho World war sent by an American
Legion post at Newberry, S. C, was
accompanied by a large pair of shears.
An attached card bore the Inscription:
"For the Love of' Mike, Cut Out tho
"No plan for future preparedness
can be carried out without the support
of the American Legion," said General
Pershing nt a banquet held in his hon
or at Lincoln, Neb. .
KILL RATS TODAY
By Using i
The guaranteed "killer" for naU.MIej. Ooekroachel.
Anu and WaterbnKS me ,Sy","",, rooortT.
S? 01""?:. Th?7 ieetror both food and - Kg"
from the bulldlns for Ji?Iairv TRAPS
RKADT FOB OSMimKBIBWmra
Tiro SUes, BSo and IU0, Hnoogh to kill U to 100 rsw.
Saved My Life
Says New Jemmy Woman
"1 was nearly dead until I found -Eatonic
and I can truly say It saved
my life. It Is tho best stomach medP
clno ever made," writes Mrs. Ella
Acid stomach causes awful misery
which Eatonic quickly gets rid of by
taking up nnd carrying out tho acidity
and gases which prevent good diges
tion. A tablet taken after meals brings
quick relief. Keeps the stomach,
healthy and helps to prevent the many
Ills so liable to arise from excess acid.
Don't suffer from Btomach miseries
when you can get a big box of Eatonic
for a trifle with your druggist's guar
antee. Might Be Ericsson's Ship.
A traveler In Norway has been look
ing at tho two ancient ships In ona
of which Lief Ericsson may havo
reached the western world llvo cen
turies before Columbus.
The ancient pagan custom that
buried the craft of the sea hero pre,
served the galleys away In the soil of
.Norway, thanks to a covering of pot
ter's clay, and a Twentieth-century
farmer discovered tho second one. Tho
savants looked it over, and dated It
from tho Ninth century, contemporary
with the adventurous Ericsson, possi
bly his own ship.
About seventy feet long, the vessel
Is shaped not unlike a double pointed
rowbout, flat and low, with forked up
rights for 15 pairs of oars, and the
conventional dragon carved on bow
Under the floor aro tho compart
ments where the voyagers doubtless
.stored their provisions.
For your daughter's sake, uso Ited
Cross Ball Blue In the laundry. Sho
will then have that dainty, well-groom-cd
appearance that girls admire. 5c.
Many Kinds of Honey.
There are more kinds of honey than
you think. There is honey that Is
black and sour; honey that Is red;
honey that Is poisonous, honey that Is
green nnd honey that Is rose color.
Many -of us have eaten honey that Is
white, and most ot us know honey
that ranges In color from pnlo yellow
to brown. Honey is of many flavors,
depending on the kind of blossoms
the bees work on.
A man is as old as his organs; he
can be as vigorous and healthy at
70 as at 35 if he aids his organs in
performing their functions. Keep
your vital organs healthy with
The world's standard remedy for kidney,
liver, bladder and nrlc add troubles slnco
1696; corrects disorders; stimulates vital
organs, All druggists, three sizes.
Look for tho name Gold Medal oa OTery box
And accept no imitation
Kill All Flies!
Placed anywhere, DAISY FLY KILLER attract! and
kills all flies. Neat, clean, ornamental. ccmYtnlcnt and
aft. Mada of metal.
can't anill or tin over;
will not anil orinlnr
U A la I
5 br EXPRESS-prepald. 11.28.
HASOLD 80ltell3. K0 1 Kalb A.. Ilrooldyo. N.X-
at roar dealer or
Comfort Your Skin
and Fragrant Talcum
Seap 25c, Oiatment 25 aid 50c, Talcsa 25c.
Kcsiorea iuor ana
Beauty to Cray and Faded ab
ninfot Chrm. Wka, ratchogne.K.T,
auc. ana ai.w ai urnnriat.
louaea. etc, stow all pala, eniurea comfortto tha
'I'b Bnf,5?.,'Jik"1"l rV.?,- J byraalloratDru.
BE A NURSE
Exceptional opportunity at the present Urns
for young women OTor nineteen years ot ago
who hare bad at least two years In high school
to take Norses Training In general hospital.
Oar graduates are In great demand. Address
SHpt, of Nurse, Lincoln Sanitarium
TCMTC kmm ud STACK covins
I Kb 11 1 Ctt ear Prtoa. Thr ut Rljat
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