The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, June 12, 1913, Image 6

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"Buffalo Dill" Suffering From Nervous
Exhaustion Anti-Saloon League
Will Call For Referendum
i on Two Mile Limit.
"Wellington. Installation of a tele
phono In the president's room nt the
cnpltol hns stirred senators to n
keener npprcclntlon thnn they hnd
hitherto possessed that they might
expect President Wilson In their
midst nt nny moment of the day. On
the presldcnt'ii hint visit to the capltol
ho got n key to his room so that he
might come nnd go whenever ho
pleased without notice, Senators on
the lobby Investigating committee nro
of the opinion that Senator Town
nend's seiiHatlonal chnrgo thnt 1'resl
dent Wilson himself virtually had been
lobbying for thu tariff bill, will not bo
taken up by the committee as an issue
unless some spec! lie ehnrges are mnde
Will Invoke the Referendum.
Lincoln. Petitions will soon bo sent
out In the state by the Anti-Saloon
league of Ncbrnskn, under tho direc
tion of Stipt. II. P. Carson, calling for
a referendum on the ninendment pro
moted by the league to limit saloons
in tho stnto from within two miles of
a stnte institution. This wnB decided
upon nt n meeting of tho Anti-Saloon
league held In this city Prldny. Twen-ty-slxi
thousand signers approximately
must be secured to the petitions In
order to secure n referendum on tho
question, distributed in nt least two
fifths of tho counties of the state.
There will be no delay In sending tho
petitions out nnd it Is believed that
by July 1, nil of them will havo been
taken out by Held workers for tho Antl
6aloon lenguo.
Nebraska Plainsman Stricken at Knox
vlllc, Tenn.
Tlcnver. In response to a telegram
summoning her to tho bedside of her
husband. Mrs. William V. Cody left
Sunday night for Knoxvlllo, Tenn.,
where Colonel Cody, better known us
Buffalo Hill, Is seriously 111 from
nervous exhaustion. Mrs. Cody nccom
pnnied her husband to Denver severnl
months ago when Mr. Cody enme hero
as a result of his Interest In the plans
being mnde for the Indian pageant to
bo held In 1015. Sho remained In this
city when Colonel Cody left to join his
show. Ho was with his company when
taken 111, nnd Is now confined to tho
home of n cousin In Knoxvlllo.
Will Be In One District.
Lincoln, Neb. Cadet Taylor, stir
vcyor of customs nt Omaha, has been
In Lincoln conducting n preliminary
cxnmlnntlon In preparation for tho re
vision of tho list of customs ports or
entry July 1. -According to tho revis
ion. Nehrnska nnd Wyoming will be
mnde Into one district, at tho head of
which will bo Mr. Taylor nt the Omaha
office. Lincoln will ho retained as n
port of entry nnd another port will
probably bo established In Wyoming.
Pnnnma. Republic of Panama.
flellsnrlo PorrnB, president of Pnnamn.
has signed n decree prohibiting in tho
future the naturalization of Chlneso
In Pnnnma. The census taken In 1911
showed 2.313 Chlneso on tho isthmus,
463 of whom "wcro native born or
naturalized. About fifty becamo
naturalized within the last two years.
Celebrate Signing of Treaty. .
London. King Georgo entertnlned
tho pence delegates of tho P.alknns nnd
Turkey nt the palace to celebrate tho
slKnlng of the treaty of peaco. Other
guests Included tho duke of Connnught,
Premier Asqulth, foreign Secretnry Sir
Kdwnrd drey nnd Viscount Morlcy of
Ulnckburn. lord president of the coun
cil. While pence Is bolng celebrated
In London tho situation In the near
cast Is still threatening.
, Want Suit Reopened.
New York. Sixteen hundred Inde
pendent tobneco dealers In Now York
nnd New Jersey have urged Attorney
Ceneral Mclteynolds to reopen tho dis
solution suit ngnlnst tho American
Tobneco company, according to an
nouncement by Henry H. Hunter, their
Chicago. Aviation claimed another
victim when James Colovnn, a young
amateur llyor, was killed by the over
turning of his biplane when It struck
a tree hero Saturday.
To Teach Chinese to Fly.
San Francisco. Tom Ounn. Chinese
aviator, who sailed for Slinnghnl
Thursday, announced beforo his de-'
parture that ho was to establish n
military aviation school for tho new
republic. Ho took with him n biplane,
a flying boat and a military tructor.
Washington. D. C Sec-rotary Bryan
JiaB accepted an Invitation to address
the luternntonal meetlg of the Chris
tian Endeavor union nt Los Angeles,
Cal., at some date between July 1
and 9..
Events of Importance as They Trans-
plre in Doth Branches
of Congress.
Tho Scnntc Iobby Investigating
committee continued hearings.
West Virginia mine strike Investi
gating commltteo begins hearings nt
Charleston Tuesdny nt 'Z p. in.
Senator Jones conducted a filibuster
to get action on his resolution for two
clerks for each senator.
Granted lobby committee until June
28 to mnko Its investigation and re
port. The House. Met at noon and ad
journed at 12:40 p. in. until noon Tues
day. Hanking nnd currency committee nn
poltcd a Btib-commlttco to consider
open hearings on currency legislation.
Chairman Palmer of democratic
caucus announced nn Investigation of
patronage in the house.
Representative Illncbtrtigh, in a
speech urging adoption of his resolu
tion, attacked financial management
or the St, LoiiIb & San Pranclsco
Representative nroussard Introduced
bill for continuance of commerce court
and extension of Its powers.
Representative fJraham Introduced
bill to nuthorlze three battleships and
appropriating $15,000,000 Immediately
for that purpose.
Tho Senate Lobby Investigation
commltteo continued hearing.
Commerco commltteo voted to fa
vorably roport a bill to delay eiiBtoms
service reorganization until January
1, 1914.
Mrs Laura Kellogg,' before Indian
affairs committee, condemned Indian
education system nnd Indian bureau.
Plnnnco commltteo continued con
sideration or tariff bill.
President Wilson submitted for con
firmation several nominations.
Senator Hitchcock Introduced nn
nmendment to the tnrlff bill to levy
additional tnx on tho production of
tho lnrger tobacco factories to prevent
Senator Kcnyon Introduced a reso
lution Instructing interstate, commerce
commission to investigate acquisition
of Chlrngo & Knstcrn Illinois railroad
by tho St. Louis & San Pranclsco and
subsequent receivership.
In executlvo session decided to post
pone renewal of limited arbitration
trentlcs with Great nrifnln, Italy nnd
Spain. v
.West Virginia coal mlno slrlko In
vestigating committee continued Its
'plans for hearings nt Charleston.
Tho House Not In session; meets
nt noon Prlday.
Iludget commltteo ljognn considera
tion of plans to reform methods of
framing npproprlntlon bills.
Public lands committor heard San
Pranclsco delegation on Ilotchey val
ley water project.
Americans Desert City of Mexico.
Mexico City. More than ir.0 Amen
cans who havo no money to pay theii
way to tho United States havo been
sent from here to Galveston by way or
Vera Cruz as tho result of representa
tions by the ambassador to the admin
istration nt Washington. The steamer
La Mexicana was chartered for this
purpose, Red Cross funds being used.
Most of the Americans reside In Mex
'co City.
California Has Tornado.
Redding. Cnl. An Intenso but pure
ly local tornado, snld to bo the first
storm of tho kind evor reported in Cali
fornia, snapped ofT a mile and a half
of telegraph poles three miles Fouth of
hero Thursday night, uprooted fruit
trees nnd unroofed many lightly built
barns nnd sheds. The usual funnel
shaped cloud by which tornndoos are
made vlslblo was seen, but In UiIb case
It was cream-colored instead of black.
A heavy downpour or rain succeeded
tho wind.
Refugees at Galveston.
Galveston, Tex. Among 1.008 refu
gees who havomrrived In Gnlveston on
board the steamship Harry Morso
from Tamplco. Mex., wns W. I. Volght.
who was seriously injured while de
fending his wife nnd sister ngnlnst
marauders near Tamplco. Although
no one wns allowed to bonrd the Harry
Morso pending qunrantlno Inspection,
It was learned that hundreds of por
sons wero flocking Into Tamplco in
tho hopo of being nble to return' In
safety to the United States.
Head of Mall Service.
Washington-Alexander H. Stephens
has been appointed by Postmaster
Genernl Ilurloson general superintend
ent of the railway mall service, vice
Theodoro Ingalls.
State Sunday School Association.
Lincoln. Tho Nebraska State Sun
day School association will hold Its
forty-sixth convention In Lincoln
June 17, IS nnd 19. At, least 2.000 del
egates aro expected. About 150.000 of
floors, teachers and pupils aio under
tho wing of the association. The ses
sions will bo held In St. Paul's Method
1st church. A largo chorus, led by
Professor L. L. Henry of Chicago, will
Includo singers from all of the
churches nnd Sunday schooln of Lin
coin. Ono of tho lending speakers on
the program Is Dr. Charles T. Paul,
Ml sssssMssk 1
This Is tho board of engineers on valuntlon recently selected by tho
Interstato commerce commission to assist In formulating tho plans under
which tho valuation work on the property of common carriers will bo done.
Prom left to right: Prof. Wm. D. Ponco or the University of Wisconsin,
Howard M. Jones of Nashville, Tenn., J. S. Worley, Edwin F. Wendt of
Pittsburgh, Pa., and II. A. Thompson of California.
Sensation at Dublin by Seizure of Con
signment of 500 Rifles
Americans Ask to be
Washington. Tho principles of com
pulsory arbitration written Into the
code that has bound the United Statea
with twenty-four great and lesser
nations of the world for the last Ilvo
years is In serious danger, and unless
there is a decided chango in sontl
ment In tho scato, tho renewal of
twdnty-threo of tho treaties which
gavo a concreto cvidenco of this
nation's belief in such a policy may
bo impossible. In executive session
tho senate again laired to ratiry re
newals or the arbitration agreements
with Great Urltaln. Italy and Spain,
which recently expired.
Sensation Caused at Dublin by Seizure
of a Consignment of BOO Rifles.
Dublin, Ireland. A sensation was
caused by tho solzuro Friday by tho
customs nutltorltlos of a consignment
of 500 rifles and bayonets ori board a
steamer from Liverpool. Tho arms
wero addressed to Raron Parnham,
who Is thirty-three years old, Is tho
.eleventh baron of tho line, and former
ly was nn.ofllccr I ntho regular army.
No served through tho war In South
Africa. He is nlso ono of tho leading
unionists or Ulster nnd hns taken a
prominent part in tho campaign
against homo rule. The cases of rifles
and bayonets came rrom a London
firm and it Is reported that the author!
ties have discovered an eluborato or
ganization In London ror supplying
unionist centers in Ulster with arms.
Americans Demand Protection. .
Tamplco, Moat. Three" hundred
Americans located In southern Tamau
HpuB, representing pixty-olght fami
lies, havo demnded in a long message
to President Wilson, sent through
Consul Miller here, to know once for
nil "whether they can expect protec
tion from their homo government."
slnco they "do not desire to take
measures for our own sarety which
would embarrass our government with
out giving duo notice berorehand."
8aye System Is Failure.
Washington. Mrs. Laura Kellogg, a
itudent of tho American Indian, told
the sennto Indian affairs committee
thnt only when the bureau wns nbol
Ished and tho Indian allowed to flght
out his own problem of existence
would tho red man return to tho
proud plnce he onco occupied. She
suggested tho establishment of model
villages to bo conducted by tho In
dlnns themselves. Mrs. Kellogg con
demned the Indian education system
nnd said thnt it had been proved n
Long Hike for Boy Scouts.
New York. A tramp from New
York to Snn Francisco by a company
of twonty-flvo American boy scouts is
being nrranged by Captnln, Galaraldo,
tho nntlonnl director of tho organiza
tion. Tho start Is expected to bo made
nbout Juno 15, nnd nlong the way re
cruits will bo enlisted among any boys
wishing to Join In tho long hlko. A
military automobile with necessary
equipment for camping will nceompnny
the scouts. There will also bo a phy
slclnn nlong to look nftor tho health
of the boys,
Poet Laureate of England Dead.
London. Alfred Austin, British poet
laurento Blnco 1S9C, died horo Tues
day nt tho age of soventy-soven. Al
fred Austin, besides being n poet, was
a barrister, a critic," a novelist, n war
correspondent and a political writer.
Urge Teaching of 8ex "Hygiene.
Washington. Laws requiring pro
duction of henlth certificates by appli
cants for mnrrlago licenses, and Jho
teaching of sex hygiene wns urged at
a conference hero or promlnont soci
ety women and sociological workers.
iS " 4
Causing Reign of Terror In Kentucky
Tobacco District Trusts
Not Yet Actually
Seattle, Wash. Japan is finding an
outlet ror her surplus population in
South America, according to Informa
tion. Firtecn hundred Japanese were
landed at Santos, Brazil, May 15, to bo
tho first members of a pcrmunent Jap
anese colony under an agreement with
Brazil and Japan. Ono hundred and
fifty thousand acreH of agricultural
land has been set apart by tho Bra
zilian government for the colony. An
other largo colony will be established
next yenr, the settlers to leave Japan
about the end of 1913. Both Brazil
and Peru are being supplied with
coolies, who leave Japan under con
tract with various South American In
dustrial organizations.
Further Action Against Trusts.
Washington. Neither tho Stnndard
Oil nor the tobacco, trust has been ac
tually dissolved to meet tho require
ments of tho Sherman law, according
to tho views of Attorney General Mc
Reynolds. When this fact beenmo
known It was taken as a forecast of
posslblo further action against tho oil
ns well as tho tobacco Interests If the
results of tho Investigation Jutft com
pleted by tho department of Justice of
tho workings of the oil dissolution de
crees Indicates that there Is a problem
which enn still bo dealt with under
tho Sherman law.
Causing Reign of Terror in Kentucky
Tobacco District.
Henderson, Ky. A reign of torror,
moro serious than similar depreda
tions of recent years, Is threatened by
"night riders" against tho tobacco
growers of this district. In the last
week there have been minor depreda
tions by organized bands and threat
ening communications from the "rid
ers" wero received by Wllllnm Elliott,
president of the district tobacco asso
ciation, and Leigh Harris, editor of the
Henderson Dally Journal. In tho let
ter to Harris tho "night riders" assert
they aro thoroughly organized and will
prevent the production of a singly
pound or tobacco in this district this
season. They announco that they
plan to destroy beds, plunts and to
bacco barns.
Reorganizing Military Prison.
Washington, D. C Thomas W. Mor
gan or Ottawa, Kan., has been ap
pointed warden or tho United States
penitentiary at Leavenworth, Kan., by
Attorney Goneral McReynolds. This
is the attorney gencrnl's first step In
a reorganization of tho prison.
Big Demand for Machinery.
Lincoln, Neb. Tho unusually heavy
alfalfa crop, tho prospect ror a bumper
wheat crop, moro extensive in scope
than tho good crops of other years,
and a genernl outlook for returns from
Nehrnska boII that will swell many a
rural bank account bororo next winter
sets In, has called ror tho purchase or
moro machinery in this state than has
been sold in many a year past. Bulle
tins coming to tho state board or ngrl
culturo Indicate that tho demand ror
mnchlnery of nil classes has been par
ticularly heavy during tho past two
months and thnt many of the country
dealers are still behind with their
Mutineers Burning Bridges.
El Paso, Tex. Forty railway trestles
on tho Mexican Northwestern railway
south of Medanos, on the line between
Juarez and Casas Grandes, were de
stroyed by Maximo Castillo and his
bnnd of 150 federal mutineers on the
refusal of tho American officials of the
English nnd Canndlnn owned lino to
pay $10,000 for Immunity from dam
age. Fortune for Former Nebraska Woman.
Chicago. Mrs. M. S. Wilson or Lou
Isvlllo, Ky., formorly or York, Neb., la
heiress to a half million dollars,
Items of Interest Gathered from Re-
liable Sources and Presented in
Condensed Form to Our
Tho seeds of several Nebraskt
plantB, which wero grown on this sol'
beforo America was discovered, havt
been given to Melvln R. Ollmore, cu
rator or tho State Historical society
museum, by Amos J. Wnlker. of the
Omaha tribe, who perpetuates the
plants of his tribe by planting a little
crop eneh yenr from tho seeds handed
down by his ancestors. Thero aro
threo varieties of corn In existence out
or firteen varieties formerly grown by
tho Indians or Nebraskn. These spe
cies are the blue, white and blue and
white speckled flint corn, used as food.
These corn cropB have been raised
every year by members of the Walker
family of tho Omohas ror at least 700
years. Ono variety or squash out of
rour grown by tho Indians has been
saved by his family and samples of
tho seed nnd tho dried plant given to
Mr. Gllmorc. Two species of Indian
beans havo been snved throughout tho
vicissitudes nnd changes undergone by
this Indian family, and .eight lost. In
return for n favor done by Mr. Oil
moro for Amos Wnlker, these gifts
from tho treasured seeds cherished by
his family were made while Mr. Gil
moro wns on a visit nt Walt hill, whero
Mr. Walker lives with his daughter.
State Treasurer's Report.
The monthly report of State Treas
urer George shows a total of $70(1,
374.29 in the state treasury at tho close
of tho month of May. Thero is $26,
836.01 in the general fund and $143,
2C8.93 Inv tho permanent school fund
and tho other trust funds, making a
total of $170,104.94 available for tjie.
purchase of state warrants. This Is
enough to call In somo outstanding
general fund warrants, but as there Is
a total of $600,000 of genernl fund war
rants outstanding, drnwlng 4 per cent
interest, nnd the funds nro coming In
slowly, thero is littlo prospect that tho
state will soon get rid of this floating
debt of ?COO,000.
Asks Indulgence of War Department.
Indulgence of tho federal war de
partment with regard to the showings
made by Nebraskn guardsmen nt tho
annual spring Inspections Is asked by
Ltcutonnnt Colonel W. E. Ayor In a
roport forwarded to Washington. Tho
reason therefor Is given in tho fnet
that several companies or tho guard
wore called Into the field for service
nt Omaha following tho Easter day
tornndo nnd many Inspections wore
postponed and were later held at times
when 'the companies could not tako as
high ranking ns would have boon tho
laso otherwise.
Best Display Ever Undertaken.
Tho bonrd of managers of tho state,
horticultural society held a meeting nt
which plans for the exhibit at tho com.
Ing state fnlr wcro talked over. Tho
most protontlous display of fruits and
flowers evor undertaken by the Ne
braska horticulturists Is to bo made.
It will bo housed in tho spacious new
hall which Ib to bo erected on the
grounds during tho summer. The
mnnngerlnl board comprises Clydo
Unrnnrd, Tablo Rock; L. Henderson,
Omaha; J. 'A'. Yager. Fremont; W. H.
Harrison. York; J. R. Duncan, Peru,
and Peter Youngers, Geneva.
End of Grewsome Relic.
The old Nebraska pen gallows, re-
minder of several hangings, Is to bo
torn down following the enactment of
n law by tho late legislative session
nbollshlng hanging. The work has
been started in order to make room
for prison Improvements. The gallows
wns on tho market for a time and ne
gotiations were begun with New Mex
ico looking to sale to that state. The
price could not be agreed upon, how
over, and tho deal roll through. In
1900 tho gallows was brought here
from Douglas county, whero It did
service several years. William Rhea
of Dodge county was the flrst man ex
ecuted on it. Albert Prlnco of Doug
las was the Inst. Seven men in all
paid tho death penalty on this grew,
tome old Instrument.
Adjutant General Hall hns gone to
Berlin, whero he will supervlso the
gathering up or state military tents
and other property lonned temporarily
to tho sufferers of tho tornado on
Mnrch 23, which wiped out thnt vil
lage. -
Dr. E. J. C. Sward of Lincoln Is be
ing considered by members or tho ad
visory board of control ns possible!
head of the Norfolk hospital for the
insane. Dr. Sward wns secrotnrv ni
'the stato board of hcaUh under former
Governor1 Mickey.
Penitentiary Wants Pay for Light.
"Warden W. T. Fenton hns presented
to Secretnry of Stato Walt and Land
Commissioner Beckmnnn a claim
against the state for $1,917,53 for elec
tric light furnished by the peuitentlnry
power plant to tho stato oapltol, capl
tol grounds, governor's mnnslou, ortho
pedic hospital and tho old homo for
tho friendless. The claim Is regularly
presented by every warden in tho peni
tentiary, but no direct npproprlntlon Is
mndo to cover tho expense of manu
facturing the electric energy In question.
' Reason Why.
Sho was n dear, old fasloncd,
modest simple, maiden lady, So that
when sho announced the ract that sho
thought of paying a chiropodist a visit
her great friend was duly astonished.
"I didn't know you suffered from
cornB," remarked tho latter, when ttio
news was flrst broken to her.
"I don't," replied tho old lady mild
ly, albeit firmly; "neither am I af
flicted with bunions, chilblains, nor
nny other pains In the feet."
Her friend gazed at her with grow
ing consternation. '
"Then, my dear," sho remonstrated1
gently, "what on earth do you want
to visit a chiropodist for?"
Tho littlo old lady's checks blushed:
a delicate pink as sho leaned rorwnrd.
laid oncmitteiied hand on. her interro
gator's arm nnd whispered:
"It's this way, my dear. I do so
want to bo able to boast that at least
once In my life I had a man at my
Just a Bit Mixed.,
London Is laughing over n story
which has recently come out concern
ing IJoytl George. It nppears that
shortly after the death or King Ed
ward an Englishman traveling in
Wnles got into talk with an elderly
Welshman and happened to be the
flrst to tell him or tho king's demise
"And who might be king now?" ask
ed the Welshman.
"Why, Georgo is king now."
"George!" ho ex'clnlmed in surprise.
"Well, how he haB got on, to bo sure
and me to remember him as a llttk
lawyer In Criccleth!"
Poison Oak or Ivy Poisoning
Ib quickly relloved by bathing the af
fected parts In a solution or two tea
fepoonfuls or Tyrcc'B Antiseptic Pow
der to a pint or wator. 25c. at all
druggists or samplo sent rreo by J. S.
Tyrce, Washington, D. C Adv.
Many a man's Interest in a womam
Is confined to wondering what foo
thing she will do next.
Mrs. Wlnalowa HooUHDg- Bjrrnp for Chlldret
tothlnr, softens the g-ami, rrduces Inflammnv
Uon,sJU;a palu.curas wind eollcJBo a bottlcJWfc
The girl who has two or threo broth
ers at home finds no chance to devel
op conceit.
The satUfyinn quality In LEWIS' Sinjtlo
Binder is found in no other 6c cuiar. Adv-
When misfortune overtakes a bust
ler it has to go some.
Advice to Expectant Mother'
The experience of Motherhood Is a try
ing one to most women and marks dis
tinctly an epoch in their lives. Not orio
woman in a hundred is prepared or un
derstands how to properly caro for her
self. Of courso nearly every woman
nowadays has medical treatment at such,
times, but many npproach tho experi
ence with an organism unfitted for thai
trial of strength, and when it is over
her system has received a shock from
which it is hard to recover. Following
right upon this comes tho nervous strain
of caring for the child, and a distinct
change in tho mother results.
There is nothing moro charming than
a happy and healthy mother of children,
and indeed child-birth under the right
conditions need be no hazard to health or
beauty. The unoxplainablo thing iv
that, with all tho evidence of shattered,
nerves and broken health resulting from,
an unprepared condition, and with am
ple time in which to prepare, womem
will persist in going blindly to the trial.
Every woman at this time should rely
upon Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetabla.
Compound, a most valuable tonic and',
invigorator of the female organism. '
In many homes
once childless thero
are now children be
cause of tho fact
that Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable
Compound makes
women normal,
healthy and strong.
If yon want special advice write to
Lydia E. Plnkham Medicine Co. (eonfl
ieatlal) Lyan, Mass. Your letter will
be opened, read and answered by a
womaa and held In strict coaMcace.
The Army of
Is Growing Smaller Enr n-
riPTED'C IItib '.smT'
.ii.XL4.0 'ii slit
LlVtK NLLS are
responsible they
hui oniy give relief .
iney perma
nently cure Cc-
tipstion. Mil-.
lions use.
them for
IndlieiUoo, Sick Htdicht. SiAW Ski..
Genuine must bear Signature
Hti. Not. elesn or
nsusntaJ, oomenUnt,
cheap, istti
on, Hide at
oer will nut soil or
Injurs anything,
Ournted tfft-ctlT.
All dealer orttsnt
AJlD SOMSU.U0M. At.T'Bi?". .
W. N. U., LINCOLN, NO. 24-1913.
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