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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
Why the Haynes
than its rated
48 H. P.
The Haynes motor is built in the Haynes factory.
Elwood Haynes, President of the Company inventor,
metallurgist passes on all metals used in itvconstruction.
The crankshaft, camshaft, cylinders, and, in fact, all
vital parts are made by Haynes experts; each part is sub
jected to the most rigid test and inspection before being
built into the car.
All moving parts on the
dmtnea's First Cmr
including the pistons, connecting rods, crankshafts and
flywheel, are accurately balanced.
The scleroscope is used to test all parts that have been
heat-treated, to insure the proper degree of hardness and
to detect defective material.
Every magneto, every carburetor, every starting motor
and lighting generator every unit of the car receives a
careful, scrupulous test.
The' transmission shafts are mounted on Timken
bearings, which give a sturdy construction and reduce
friction to the minimum. The axles likewise are designed
to overcome friction without sacrificing strength.
The design is so well balanced that the car weighs
practically the same at each wheel.
That's whf the Haynes develops more than its rated
That's why it has unusual hill-climbing ability. '
That's why the Haynes has enjoyed uninterrupted
success for twenty-one years.
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"The Complete Motorist" by Elwood Haynes, Father ot
tbo American Automobile Industry, fully describing the
Vulcan Electric Gear Shift, will be mailed upon receipt
of ten cents In stamps. Write to
THE HAYNES AUTOMOBILE COMPANY
35 Mala Street, Kokomo, Indiana
Bmtdtn of America' Fint Car -
...TJ?e ,l",, fr li handled by the llaynra -Motor Salrs Co.,
0M Farnani St., Omaha, Neb., The Mlaeonrl llajnei Motor Car Co.,
1708 (Irand At., Kanaaa tity. Mo., and by dealer! throughout Ne
braska, Mluourl, Knntaa and Iowa,
na!r Tbt Harnea aetla readily because of It mechanical
icmci. feature. Yon may be. in open territory tend for catalog-and
fonr pasta of detailed apeeltUatlona, giving- oTir S00
Itcma which comprise tha Haynes. Write raa right new"
THH HAYNES AUTOMOBILE CO., 35 Main St., Kokomo. Ind. '
Enclosed find 10 casta In stamp. Please eeod raa Elarood Harass' Book,
Tae Complete Motorist'
I expect to bay a ear aboat.
on many farme ia
Weetern Canada in
vis, eome yiewe
Arl'Til Paraara. As high
recorded .In eome
dlstrlcta for oats.
ao tea m la far Barley ana
tram 10 te 10 mm. far flex.
I. Kara arrived In the
country 5 years ago from I
Denmark with very little I
means. He bomeateaded,
worked bird, ie now the
owner of 320 ecree of land.
In 1913 iM a rmn of 200
ecree. which will realize him I
about 4,000. Hie wheat
vel.hed M lha.tothetMiabal 1
and averaged over M heehile
rv v Thouaanda of elmuar in.
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k"H M.aa..Ka smI.!.. haIa.a nM t.A I
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i nomeeteaaera in ivianuooa, oa-1
r Baxcnewan ana Aioena.
Tha eron of 1913 waa an abtm.
dent one everywhere In Weetern 1
Aak for deecrlotlre literature and
reduced railway rates. Apply to
Superintendent of Immigration,
Ottawa, Canada, or
W. V. BENNETT,
Bee Building Omaha, Nab,
Canadian Government Agent
te constantly growing in favor because it
Does Not Stick to the Iron
DEFIANCE STARCH CO., Omaha, Nebraska
DAISY FLY KILLER M Xl'lM ffi
lit. Meat, cImo, or
naneaUl.eonvMUiat, ebMp. taati all
ami, a. Made ef
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eipnu pete for SI M.
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uiuro nome. VbeaplnmberfurbomMj
tfalr wife. HtpreifntatlTM wanted
Trmltr VaUe? Land Co., Trlnltf, Tex.
eome work at
and it will not injure the finest fabric. For
laundry purposes it has no equal. 16 rji.
package 10c 1-3 more starch for same money.
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LIST A LIFETIME
CANT RUST OR ROTNO KNOTS
"We manufacture tha celebrated Call
fornla Redwood tank. They neither
ehrlnlc nor awell and cannot rot. Our
tonka are held In perfect ahape by a
patented appliance, not found In any
other tank made. Redwood tanka
have been known to atand 68 year
without decay. Coat no more than
othera. Send for price Hit and men
tion alee of tank wanted.
ATLAS Umpire C0..218 W.Q.W. Bldo..0maha
Glad to 8ee Them Go?
Patience I see a London railroad
station has been equipped with pen-ny-ln-the-alot
macblnes for the sale of
tickets to persons who wish to ac
company friends to the train plat
form's. Patrice That' too cheap. I know
I'd give more than a penny to see
some of my friends leave the town.
Wayside Walter and Tired Tommie
met for the first time in eeveral
"Been across the country," Wayside
"Traveling incog?" asked Tommie.
"Nope," replied Walter, "in the
axle." Youngstown Telegram.
Most of us can eee a sorrow twice
as far away as a blessing.
SPECIAL TO WOMEN
The most economical, cleansing and
germicidal of all antiseptics Is
A soluble Antiseptic Powder to
be dissolved in water as needed.
As a medicinal antiseptic for douches
in treating catarrh, Inflammation or
ulceration of nose, throat, and that
caused by feminine ills it has no equal.
For ten years the Lydla E. Piukham
Medicine Co. has recommended Paxtlna
In their private correspondence with
women, which proves its superiority.
Women who have been cured say
It is "worth its weight In gold." At
druggists. 60c. large box, or by mall.
The Paxton Toilet Ccs, Boston, lisas.
tolUt prnwnttan ef nerit,
lilM to mrmdilemlM duulra,.
Beauty to Cray or Faded HaJrJ
mxu mna ,i.w AJruayiaie.
W. N. U., LINCOLN, NO. 23-1014.
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WENT DOWN IN EMPRESS OF IRE
WERE TO SAIL ON EMPRESS
Party of Nebraaka Tourlata Booked to
Ball from Quebec June 26
Lays Blame on Collier
Western Newspaper Union News Service.
Omaha. Two Omaha meu and one
from O'Neill, Nob., wore passengers
on the Empress of Ireland. John Hen
rlckson, local ngent of the Canadian
Pacific Steamship Co., reports having
booked tho following for passage on
the doomed liner:
NoIb Larson, formerly employed at
the Alfred Bloom Sash & Fixture Co.,
roomed near Nineteenth and Cass
Carl Sainuelson, Omaha, occupation
unknown. Roomed with Larson, It is
B. A. Vlqulst, laborer, O'Neill, Neb.
The namo of C. Samuelson appears
among tho list cf steorugo passengers
rescued. Tho other names do not ap
pear, nnd both men aro supposed to.
have porli ncd'.
Those three men bought third cabin
passages on tho Empress of Ireland,
and told Mr. Henrlckson that they
were gojng to Gutenberg, Sweden, to
visit their old homos. It is not known
whether they have families here, as
Mr. Uonrlckson keeps no detailed
record of third cnbln passengers.
Tho lists thus far published by tho
Canadian Pacific Co. do not Include
the third class passengers.
Places Blame on Collier Captain.
Rimouskl, Quo. Responsibility for
the deaths of nearly 1,000 persons, who
perished when tho collier Storstad
rammed and sank tho great Canndlan
Pacific liner, Empress of Ireland, was
placed hero' squarely on Captain
Thomus Anderson, of the collier, by
Captain H. O. Kendnll, of tho lost ves
sel. Captain Kendall, testifying beforo
a ooronor'B Jury, detailed at length the
story of the disaster. Failure of the
Storstad's captain, he said, to observe
whistled signals caused the collision.
Neglect to hold the nose ot the Stor
stad in the hole in the Empress' side
killed the last hope of rescue.
J. T. LEE8 KNEW 8HIP WELL.
Was Booked to Ball on Empress of
Ireland June 26.
Lincoln. Dr. J. T. Lees of the state
university, who annually heads par
ties of tourists in Europe, was booked
for passage on the Empress ot Ireland,
which was sunk in tho St. Lawrence.
The Lees party was to leave Quebec
on June 2G.
Dr. Lees does not now know how
his party will sail. The arrangement
will be left to tho steamship company
which has contracted ,to carry them.
The only live interest tho conductor
of tho party can take In It is to know
that the arrangements made are sat
isfactory. Dr. Lees say8 the company
operates other boats, but these two,
the Empress of Ireland and the Em
press of Britain, aro tho only ones on
which ho would caro to take his party.
Master of Collier Denies 8tory.
Montreal. The other side of the
story of tho collision in the St. Law
rence river last Friday morning be
tween the Canadian Pacific liner Em
press ot Ireland and the Norwegian
collier Storstad which resulted in the
Binklng of the llnor with the loss of
more than nine hundred lives, has
been told here, and the master of the
Storstad denies the charge that he was
responsible for the disaster and says
he old all In his power to aid.
Red Cross WIN Aid.
Washington. While aid has not
been asked by Canadian and British
organizations in bohalf of survivors
of the steamer Empress of Ireland and
those dependent upon victims of the
disaster, the American nntlonal Red
Cross society his announced it would
forward to tho proper authorities any
contributions sent to it for that pur
pose by Americans.
Bringing' Back the Bodies,
Queboc. Tho Canadian government
steamer Lady Grey brought from
Rimouskl Sunday 1S8 bodies recovered
from tho wreck of tho Empress of Ire
land. The historic heights overlook
ing the St. Iawronce were black with
spectators as the funeral ship moved
slowly up the river. The coffins were
carried ashore and tho mournful work
of identification began without delay,
The Lady Grey waB escorted by his
majesty's ship Essex, and fifty sailors
from tho warship with bared heads.
Big Fire Loss at Nebraska City.
Nebraska City, Neb. Fire, starting
from an unknown cause, destroyed tho
building occupied by the Bradley
Catron company, one ot tho largest
wholesale grocers in this section, caus
ing a loss or $100,000, fully covered by
Insurance. The fire was spectacular
In tho extreme, starting in tho fourth
or top story of the building and send
ing forth great clouds of amoko, which
mad tho work of, tho volunteer de
partment extremely hazardous and re
sulting In several firemen being overcome
HOG CHOLERA CURE WARNING.
Government Has Not Approved Any
Treatment Except Serum.
Washington. Evidence of what ap
poais to bo n well organlzod campaign
to deludo farmers throughout tho
country Into buying nn nllcged ouro
for hog cholera, under tho Impression
that this has been investigated nnd ap
proved by tho United States govern
ment has reached the department ol
agriculture. Articles praising this
mcdlcino aro being sent out wide
spread to newspapers. Theso articles
aro bo worded that it appears as if ths
department of agriculture had received
reports from tho state of Minnesota
showing that tho modlclno had proved
most beneficial. As a matter of fact
tho ono report received by tho depart
ment was an unofficial and unsolicited
statement sent presumably from the
promoters themselves. The depart
ment attaches no Importance whatso
ever to this statement. It has no rea
son to bellovo In the efficiency of any
proprietary cure for hog cholera and
docs not rocommond nny. Under cer
tain condltlotiB It urges farmers to
protect their stock with anti-bog chol
era Berum, but that Is all.
Two Brothers Electrocuted.
Chicago. Hugh and August C.
Becker, brothers, wore electrocuted
n they stepped from n florist's, where
they had purchased flowers for tho
funeral of their younger brothor, An
drew, who was killed In a motorcyclo
collision. The brothers, with their
arms filled with wreaths slopped to
the edge of the sldowalk. An elec
tric light wiro foil and curled about
the nock of August. Ho wob enveloped
In b.uuo nnd died Instantly. Ills
brother Hugh grasped tho wlro to un
coil it nnd met a similar fate.
' Congress Buckles Down.
Washington. Ostensibly congross
has settled down to tho stendy grind
of turning out of the legislative hop
per the bills thnt President WIlBon has
Insisted must pass before adjourn
ment. Tho hotiso has bcon talking
against tho thirty-two hours time al
lotted to tho discussion of tho Inter
state trades commission bill, the anti
trust bill nnd the measure to rcgulato
tho issuance- of railroad stocks nnd
bonds. Tho senato has been wearily
approaching the end of talk on tho
tolls question, and preparing to get
busy with trust measures.
Exceeded the 8peed Limit.
Washington. A Whlto houso auto
mobile in which Miss Margaret Wil
son, tho president's daughter, and two
friends were riding, was held up for
exceeding the twelve-mile speed limit
Saturday by county officers in Hyatts
vllle, Md. When the chauffeur told
who his passengers were he was al
lowed to proceed. The officers claim
the car was running twenty miles an
hour and referred the case to the stats
Public 8ervlce Plants Sold.
Norfolk, Neb. Plants of the Iowa
Nebraska Public Service company
were sold here Friday by Henry B.
Maxwell of Omaha, the federal court
receiver. Bondholders are understood
to bo the purchasers. The plants Bold
for $5,250. subject to the trust deed
securing the Issue of $490,000 of bonds
nnd a mortgage. Present values of
tho plants are $410,745. Tho indebted
ness Is approximately $500,000.
.Getting Ready for Newspaper Men.
Lincoln. Neb. Iocnl committeemen
of the Stato Press association have be
gun to lay out tho Epworth park
grounds for the annual meeting In
Juno. Tenting spaces are being
platted and the grounds aro being
cleared In order that everything will
be in readiness to receive tho mem
bers a day ortwo before tho formal
opening. June 18,
Back to the Oil Country.
Galveston, Tex. Two hundrod and
Blxty Amorlcans brought from Tamp!
co on April 21 returned to the Mexi
can oil country Saturday on tho United
States naval transport Hancock. The
refugees were warned that they re
turned to Mexico at their own risk.
Most of them nro oil operators and
oil field workers.
Seattle. L. H. Darwin, stato gnme
wnrden, has asked the United States
govornmont to take back tho hord of
mountain elk liberated in Snohomish
county, tho animals having become a
nuisance, bocauso of their dopreda
tlons on farms. Tho federal authori
ties will Bhlp tho herd to Oregon if
tho beasts can bo corralled.
Falrbury, Neb. Boys bjUhlng In the
Blue river near here found a mall
pouch containing dozonn of bundles ot
letters. Tho sack was stolen from
the Rocky Mountain limited, on route
from Donvor to Chicago at Falrbury
about April 2C. Tho boyB did not re
alize tho importance of their discov
ery and tore opon a number of letters,
tossing them over tho mill dam. Sev
eral men nearby saw what tho boys
were doing and rescued tho remain
der of the letters. A draft for $50 was
found in one of the envelopes which
had been torn open.
Want Armory Decision Reversed.
Lincoln, Neb. That tho Nebraska
supreme court reverse tho decision of
tho Lancastor county district court in
tho Nebraska City armory case is
asked in a brief filed hero. The lower
court decided that tho matter of tho
appropriation of $20,000 by tho legis
lature for a nntlonal guard armory at
Nebraska City should bo referred to a
vote of tho people of the.stato, under
a referendum petition filed with tho
secretary of stato. Tho case will be
heard by the supremo courtd uring the
first week In June,
MAY JOIN IN
DOORS OPENED TO EMISSARY
TAKE MONTHS TO SETTLE IT
No Half Way Measures Will be Tole
ratedWill Take Time to Work
Out the Entire Solu
tion. Weetern Newspaper Union Ncwi Service,
Washington. Mexican mediation
was a subject of discussion at a cabi
net mooting hore, and tho administra
tion took a positive position thnt tho
communication forwarded to tho medi
ators at Niagara Falls by General Car
ranzn, chief ot tho constttutlonnllBt's
forces, Bhould bo received. President
Wilson announced to tho cabinet that
Gonernl Carranza had addrosscd a
note to tho mediation conference seek
ing representation. Details of the
Carranza message wore not discussed
by tho cabinet, but it later was de
clared that tho administration took
tho view that tho constitutional chief
should, not bo ignored. Whlto tho
cabinet was in session, word camo
from Niagara Falls that thero was
doubt whether Juan Urquldl, agent of
Carranza, would borccelved by tho
South American medlntors. letter It
wob learned that tho administration
had directed tho American representa
tives at the peace conference to urgo
thnt the message- from Carranza bo ac
cepted. Lasting Peace la Main Object.
Washington. Every Indication In
Washington points to prolongation ot
tho Mcxlran mediation negotiations at
Niagara Falls. That tho Washington
government desires tho Mexican con
stitutionalist's represented in tho pro
ceedings tending for peace Is un
doubted. Tho view of tho administra
tion Is said to bo that terms of peace
for Mexico which will not bo perma
nent peaco aro useless. Administra
tion leaders, cognizant of this view,
reiterated thcljr oft-oxprossdd confi
dence that the mediation conference
would not adjourn until tho pathway
to an adjustment of tho differences
between Huorta and the United States
and the internal conflict in Mexico
had been cleared. In circles close toi
the administration it was declared the
American representatives at Niagara
Falls conference had been instructed
to urge upon the South American
mediators the necessity of giving'
recognition to the constitutionalist
foroes in framing a plan to compos
the turbulence of Mexico.
Mentha Required for Settlement.
Washington. Although the Niagara
Falls mediators are confident they
will be able to reconcile all Mexican
factions it was said hero thnt it will
take months to work out the entire
.solution. Even though all factions
can reach an agreement on a now pro
visional government thero aro many
problems that aro certain to cause
trouble, according to tho vlow of
thoso hero who aro In touch with the
solution. Chief of thcBo are claims
for damages and reparation for
foreigners slain. Great Britain, it is
admitted, has not dropped the Benton
case and there aro a number of other
Instances where foreigners were killed
In which responsibility has not yet
boon fixed. China, Japan, England,
Germany and France aro already pro
pared to file enormous claims or dam
age to property of their subjects and
the question of whether tho proposed
new government will assume responsi
bility will result In lengthy dlplomatio
correspondence. The state depart
ment is withholding information re
garding tho position taken by the con
stitutionalists on mediation. It Is like
ly, however, that an announcement
will be made on this point from tho
mediators themselves in tho nenr
future. Tho Carranzlstas have ad
mitted thoy would not oppose the
name of certain individuals to conduct
a temporary government at Mexico
City. Therefore officials hero aro
anxiously awaiting an expected an
nouncement from tho Mexican capital
naming by Huorta a minister of
foreign affairs. If a strong Individual
of neutral bollofs Is named It will be
accepted Immediately as forecasting
tho elimination of Huorta,
Niagara Falls, Ont. Tho actual
terms and details of a plan for the
pacification of Mexico aro now under
discussion by tho mediation confer
once, according to an announcement
by Justice Lamar. An early agrcemont
Is now anticipated. The turn in the
proceedings from a point whero it
eomed as If tho land problem might
cause serious embarrassment to an
understanding ns to the treatment of
some of the delicate issues involved,
came aftor a conference between the
mediators and the American delegates.
Mexico City. Extreme optimism is
manifested in official circles over tho
final outcome ot the peace conference
at Niagara Falls on tbo basis ot tbo
preliminary negotiations. The foreign
office in particular was greatly pleased
and confldenco was expressed that tho
difficulty between tho United Stntes
and Mexico would bo satisfactorily ar
ranged. A high official said that
President Huerta, actuated by tho
highest patriotic motives, was willing
to Hocrlflco himself for tho good of
tho country, and a sottloment ot the
difficulty was now believed to bo less
ACHES AND PAINS
Have All Gone Since Taking
Lydia E. Pinkh&m'a Veg-
Terre Hill, Pa. "Kindly permit me
to give you my testimonial in favor of
Lydla E. rinkham'a
pound. When I first
began taking it I
was suffering from
female troubles for
some time and had
almost all kinds of
aches pains In low
er part of back and
in sides, and press
ing down pains. I
could not sleep and
had no appetite. Since I have taken
Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com
pound the aches and "pains are all gone
and I fool liko a new woman. I cannot
praise your medicine too highly. ' 'Mrs.
Augustus Lyon, Terre Hill, Pa.
It Is true that nature and a woman's
wonc das produced tho grandest remedy
for woman's Ills that the world has
ever known. From tho roots and
herbs of tho field, Lydia E. Pinkham,
forty years ago, gavo to womankind
a remedy for their peculiar ills which
has proved more efficacious than any
other combination of drugs ever com
pounded, and today Lydia E. Pinkham'a
Vegetable Compound Is recognized
from coast to coast as the standard
remedy for woman's ills.
In the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn,
Mass., are files containing hundreds of
thousands of letters from women seek
lng health many of them openly state
over their own signatures that they have
regained their health by taking Lydla
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound;
and In some cases that it has saved then
from surgical operations.
Prompt Relief Permanent Cure
LIVER PILLS never
fall. Purely vegeta
ble act surely
out genuy on
improve the complexion, brighten the eyes
irenuine must bear Signature
Dog Mothers Kittens.
"Mike," a rat terrier owned by Wtt.
Ham Bailey ot Georgetown, was db.
covered yesterday mothering a pair of
kittens he bad stolen from the home
of a neighbor. "Mike" had gone to
the house, picked the kittens up by
the neck, and carried them to his owa
home, where he was discovered play
ing with them and making thein. com
fortable in every way. When the twe
kittens were returned to thler mother
"Mlko" was inconsolable, and has
slnco refused to eat. Oeorgotowa
(Dol.) Ditspatch to the Philadelphia
Bxasalae carefully every battle of
OASTORIA, a safe aad sure remedy far
Infants and children, and see that li
Dears the Tsy r ??
Signature of Cjtjjrytgtfffifa
In Use For Over 80 Tears.
Caildrtn Ory for Fleteb.ers futealsi
A Big Man.
"He seems to feel rather Important"
"Well, yes. He thinks tobacco
stocks ought to slump a bit whenever
be swears oft smoking."
.. LADIES CAN WEAR SHOES
Onaauaamatlaraturnaina Allant Toov-Bu. tae
Anilaapllo powder to baataakan Into tha aboat. U
nakaallgbtornswaboaafeat caay. Joatthe tblae
(or dancing. Ittfuit $ubHtuUt. for CRIB trial
She Why does a hen cackle whea
she lays an egg?
He Because the egg can't. I guess.
Attaint aned KM. Parma tor aale od arop pajfc
menu. J. Mnlhall, Boo Cltr, bw-Adr.
Somo folkB get what they want by
pretending not to want it
Good Cause for Alarm
Deaths from kidney dlaeanea bare la
oreated T8 la twenty yeara. People over
do nowaday s la ao many wari that the oon
ataut filtering of poisoned blood weakeas
Beware of faul Brigbt's disease. When
backache or urinary ills tureen weak
kldueye, Me Doau'a Kidney Fills, drink
water freely and reduce the diet. Avoid
eoSee, tea and liquor.
Doea'a Kidney Pills eommataA eoaft
denoe, for no other remedy Is so widely
used or so generally suooeeafaL
"Sararal yaara ao.
X waa afflloteA with
kidney trouble aaa
Atovr," ears Q. X.
Booth, pelater, Slam
dolpn. Neb. "Mr
back aefced severely
an4 sharp, AartlBjr
p a I a s went all
tnrouaa any boar.
Mr limbs as4 body
swelled. J ka4 to
Siva up work tor a
month and waa all
doubled up. Thel
war la awful shan.
When X bad almoat
rven up In despair,
heard ot Doan'e
Kidney Pllla. Four
boxes restored ma ta
srood health and X have aaver
Oet Deaa'a at Atajr . SO a Bea
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