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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
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RECALL OF GERMAN ATTACHES
HAS BEEN REQUESTED.
PEACE IS NOT YET IN SIGHT
.British Public Asked to Consider No
Proposition Toward Peace Villa
Followers Adopt Bandit
U'estirn .Ncw?iupcr Union Nows Service.
WaBhlngtoii. Itnmodluto withdrawal
of Captulu Karl JJoy-Ed uud Captain
Franz von Pajion, respectively navnl
and military attaches of the German
embassy, has been requested by the
etato department In making formal
amjouncement of this action, Secretary
Lansing Bald the attuclies bad rend,
-ercd themselves porsona non grata to
tho United States government by im
proper activities In connection with
naval and military matters. The sec
rotary acted with the full upproval of
President Wilson, who Is understood
to have determined that the United
States shall ho rid of foreign olllclals
who make themselves obuoxloiiB by
activity harmful to tho best Interests
of the nation.
Turn to Outlaw Methods.
Douglas, Ariz. After being robbed
and then tortured by Villa soldiers,
who demanded that ho glvo them 1-1)0
which they boUovcd ho had hidden,
Mclinnls King, an American mining
man and storekeeper at Cos, Sonora.
a short dlstanco north of Nncozurl, ar
rived hcio and told of conditions south
of tho International border, whore the
Villa troops havo been operating.
Other Americans, Ring said, also had
been robbed and Imprisoned. Villa
soldiers were said to havo told Amerl
caiiH that "they were in retreat to Chi
huahua and that as Americans had
classed them as bandits they Intended
to conduct themselves as such toward
all Americans they met.
NO PEACE YET FOR AWHILE.
British Public Advised to Put Idea
Out of Their Heads.
London. A war lecture by Oeorgo
Uernard Shaw, blfnrju a mothers' meet
ing organised by London suffragets,
lealt mainly with the recent peace
"The wholo Urltish nation Is de
termined not to have peace now,"
said Mr. Shaw, "for that would mean
a triumph for Herman prestige. You
may as well put peace entirely out of
your heads, for summer sklos may
come more than onco before wo see
peace again In Europe Even if tho
Herman emperor should retlro before
tils own frontiers and announce that
having shown what tho German na
tions and army could do ho was ready
to leave matters to arbitration, we
could not accept the bltuatiou, but
would bo bound to light our way" to
Herlin to show that wo could beat
Campbell Murder Suspect Arrested.
Omaha, Neb. Guy Lemon, who was
arrested In Lincoln, has been Identified
by Vernon llarklns, a "Jitney" driver
as the man he watched run away from
the scone of tho shooting of C. 1).
Campbell hero Friday, November 19.
tie made tho Identification from a yel
low lint worn by Lemon and by a pe
culiar twitch of one of Lemon's legs
as he ran. Lemon's nose has been
broken and is crooked and IIi'iUlns
had noticed this also.
Hauser Pleaded Not Guilty.
Omaha, Nob. Arthur Hauser was
Wednesday arraigned in police court
on a charge of having murdered V.
IL Smith, cashior of tho Woodmen of
the World, and ufter pleading net
guilty, was bound over, without buid
to tho district court. Ho was taken
to the ccunty Jail, where ho will to
main until brought to trial. Hausor
acted as his own attorney at tho ar
raignment, questioning all witnesses
Revenue Receipts Break Record.
Omaha, Nob. An Incroaso of ap
proximately $85,000 In receipts of the
United States Internal revenua ofllco
for the district of Nebraska Is shown
In the report completed by Chief Clerk
Edward North. Tho rocclpta Jumped
from $222,000.02 last year, to $300,
953.01 during tho past month, break
ing all records In this state for the
month of November.
France Calls Boys to Colors,
l'aris. Franco has called boys ot
eighteen to tho colors. Tho chamber
of doputloa passed a bill providing for
such a call and 250,000 ouths uru now
subject to military Borvlco. They rep
resent tho class of 1917. War Min
ister Galllenl has promised to use
them on the firing lino only in case
they are needed Imperatively. Few,
howover, are hopeful enough to bellevo
this need will not ariso soon. It Is
expected six months at tho outsldo
may see them in tho trenches.
Lincoln, Nob. Tho number of Ne
braska national banks forced to bo
ys! come stato institutions by reason of
disparities and inequalities between
the federal and Btate laws, was fur
ther Increased whon tho First Na
tional bank of Clnrks received permis
sion to come under state banking laws.
This makes thlrty-ono such changos
In tho past twenty months, It was
stated at the banking board ofllcos.
Changes will bo urged In tho federal
banking law by Senator Hitchcock,
Including tbo provision for a national
WILL ASK FOR PEACE TERMS
ITALY WILL SOON MINGLE IN
German Socialists Will Put Question
Up to Chancellor Nebraska
Fanners' Congress Favors
WuMti'in Newspaper Union News Service.
Louden. Italy, through her for
eign minister, liarou Souiiluo, has an
nounced her udheslon to the treaty
of London, whereby the allied powers
undertake nut to conclude a separate
peace, and at the same time has de
clared her intention of sending help
to the Serbian army in the ilalkans.
This news, tho most important for
several days, will go far to clear tho
situation, especially In Greece, where
negotiations arc still proceeding be
tween King Constantino, his cabinet
and the ministers of the quadruple
entente. These negotiations have
been protracted owing to Greece's un
willingness to allow the allies free uso
of the railways and the right to pollco
Greek waters against submurliius.
They are not yet completed, but latest
atlvl -es indicate that they are likely
to end In complete satisfaction to tho
untento powers, the assurance that
Italy, as well as Great Hrltaln, Prnnro
nnd Hussia, Is to glvo military support
to the Serbians, In their efforts to re
gain Jtheir lost territory, making the
case for Greek assistance stronger.
Partners Favor Prohibition.
Omaha, Neb. The Nebraska farm
ers' congress turned down the reso
lutions committee insofar as its mom
bcrs oppesed prohibition, and u pro
hibition resolution proposed as an
amendment to tho committee report
was adopted by a vote of 52 to 7. This
action came after cue and one-half
hours of lighting on the lloor, and the
result was obtained by a standing
voto. A. G. Wolfonburgor of Lincoln
was active In tho support of the resolu
tion and the light on the lloor for It
was led by W. F. Dale of Denton and
Frank G. Odell of Omaha. Charles
Wooster, who led the light for the
wets In committee, continued his lead
ership en the door of the house.
ASK FOR TERMS OF PEACE.
Social Democrats of Germany to Put
the Question Squarely to the
L'criln. The Uorwaerts. the organ
af tho social demociatlc party, an
nounces that thu toelul democrats in
tho relchstag havo determined to put
thu following Interpellation in a body
at the next session: "Is the Imperial
chancellor ready to give Information
as to the conditions under which he
would he willing to enter into peace
Herr Suheldmaiiu, tne leader of the
party, will put the question, and lierr
Lausberg has hern chosen to do'mto
It. A more detailed and seaichlm' In
quiry im to tho government's attitude
respecting peace wjib defeated by the
social democrats by a vote of 5S tc 53.
T:io Vorwaerts In commenting on
tho subject, nays- "What wo demand
Is a definite expression on tho social
democrats' peace demands and a clear
answer given it."
Lincoln, Nob. An offort to solvo
tho farm credits problem launched In
tho organization or the United Farm
ers' Rural Credit association, a co-operative
Nebraska corporation with a
capital Btuclc or $500,000, is exciting
Intel est The association plans to in
vent In Nebraska farm mortgages and
in h'suu collateral bonds, secured by
these mortgagos, for sale to tho gen
eral public. It Is designed to elim
inate the profits of the middleman by
furnishing to its members long-time
loans without a loan agent's commis
sion and at a minimum cost.
Big Order for Copper After War.
New York. OrdorB for copper ag
gregating about 200,000,000 pounds,
nearly one-fifth the annual production
in the United Stntes, havo been placed
by German representatives with cop
per concerns in this country. As cop
per was quoted at twenty cents a
pound tho cost of tho German pur
chases amounts to $10,000,000, In in
stances whoro tho contracts havo been
(lied tho metal has been placed In ator
ago under an agreement to ship to
Germany Immediately after tho war.
POWDER WORKS EXPI OSION IS
STILL A MYSTERY.
America More Prosperous Than at
Any Time Since 1906 British
New Liquor Law Now
WVatcin NVr.p'ipt-r I'nlon News Service
Wilmington, Del. Nothing has yet
developed that would throw any light
on tho cause of the explosion at the
Dupont black powder plant, near hero.
Olllclals of the Dupont company, after
an investigation by a largo force ot
detectives, deny the dlsastor was the
work of an outside agency. An of
ficial statement says:
"Wo have no ground to suspect the
explosion was the result of anything
other than nu accident. The whole
thing Is shrouded In mystery. Un
fortunately, those who might havo
knowledge of the causo are dead.
Many sensational rutnoro havo been
current, but all are groundless as far
as our Information goes. No placards
giving warning of planned explosions
wero posted at Carney'B 1'olnt, N. J.,
or along tho Urandywlno creek hero.
Neither was an electric wire dis
covered leading to thu plant from the
opposite side of tho creek as was re
ported. "The company has no reason to
place any credence In roporta that
tho disaster was the deliberate work
of anyone Inside or outsldo tho
Liquor Law Goes Into Effect.
London. The now restriction on the
snlo of liquor has become effective.
Subject to tho unusual exemption for
residents of the promises and to spo
clal provisions for Woolwich, Green
wich, the district around Hartford and
certain wharf areas, it Is made an of
feuso punlEhublo by a lino of $500 or
Imprisonment for six months to sell or
supply Intoxicating liquors for con
sumption on tho premises except bo
tween tho rollowlng hours:
Week days Noon to 2:30 p. m., and
G:30 to 9:30 o'clock In tho evening.
Sundays 1 to 3 p. in., uud C to
9 p. in.
Spirits for homo drinking cannot bo
purchased on Saturday or Sunday, nor
on other days except botweeu noon
and 2:30 p. in.
PLENTY OF CHRISTMAS MONEY.
Americans Hava More Than Any Year
New York. Merchants here say
Americans have more money to spend
tor Christmas this year than In any
holiday season slnco 1900. The big
stores nro preparing for a record trado
and wholesale houses aro unablo to
fill orders in ma.iy linos. This Is at
tributed to a rush of buyors from other
cltleB to ropleniuh depleted stocks.
L. S. I'elz, secretary of tho whole
sale and retail merchants' association,
saly that the merchants of Now York
huvo never known hotter times. '
"Tho business which haB romo to
America bocauso of the war lias put
dollars In the pocket of tho averngo
man," he said, "but I do not believe
this prosperity Is dopendent upon the
war. If tho war ended next month
there would still be prosperity here."
23,000,000 Ready for War.
Herlin. "The famous Hindu scholar
TaruknasdiiB declares that tho Moham
medan nations of Apia ravor a union
with Turkey and Hint there aro 23,000,
000 Mohammedans In India who are
ready for war," says a dispatch given
out by tho Overseas Nows agency.
Toklo. Great Britain has Inrormed
Japan that tho Urltish government has
not contemplated an njllanco wlu
China, as had been roportod, tho Jap
anese rorelgn offlco has officially an
nounced. Negro Convict Found Guilty.
Juliet, 111. Joseph Campbell, u ne
gro convict, war. found guilty of mur
dering Mrs. Mazlu Odotto Alton wlfj
of former Warden Allen, In the war
den's apartments of tho stats peulten
tlary here, Mrs. Allen, a former mu
sical comedy star, was found doad In
her bed In tho warden's suite at tlij
stato prison on tho morning of June 2-3
last after a llro which was uupposcc.
to have been started by thu murderer
to conceal his crime, was extinguished.
PEACE CRAFT AT SEA
HENRY FORD AND PARTY AWAY
UNITED STATES TO PROTEST
Requisition of Amerlcnn Ships C
lleved Illegal. Panama-Pacific
Wrntrin New ! paper I'tilnn NVu Sen Ire.
New York. Henry Ford and moro
than eighty peace advocates sailed
from hero Saturday on tho steamer
Oscar II for Chlsllansand, Norway.
The party was accompanied by fifty,
sovon newspaper correspondents and
photographers, and more thnii twenty
general assistants, secretaries and
Btenogrnphors. A number of the mem
bers who arrived too late to sail on
tlid Oscar II, have had reservations
mado Tor them on (he Frederick VIII
of the same line, which sails later.
This second party may number a
dozen and, It was announced, will In
clude three governors who did not go
on tho Oscar II.
Panama-Pacific Exposition Closes.
San Fransclco. The I'niiiitiiii-I'urllic
International exposition closed Satur
day. Hundreds or thousands of In
candescent lights twinkled and tremb
led tho farewell slgnnl a few minutes
heroic midnight and at 12 o'clock tho
lights went out for the last time. Tho
exposition of 28S days duration oill
clally was at an end, though the fare
woll carnival continued In the morning
hours. With the extinguishing of tho
electric lights there was a Hash In tho
sky or thousands or rockets, bombs
and star shells. More than hair a ton
or powder was used to hurl them Into
tho air, making a salvo which W. n. A.
Hyatt, tho director or lllunilnntlon, said
was tho heaviest and most elaborato
pyrotechnic display over attempted.
UNITED STATES WILL PROTEST.
Requisitioning of American Ship
Hocking Believed Illegal.
Waahlngton. -Vigorous representa
tions will he made to Great llrltal'i
by the United States against the requi
sitioning ot tho American steamship
Hocking without prizo court proceed
ings. This became known after tho
receipt of olllclnl continuation from
American Consul Geneial Young nt
Halifax of reports that the Hocking
had been held.
The ship has been detained at Hall
fax since her seizure by a llritlsh
warship while en routo from New
York to Norfolk.
Tho action ot Great Hrltaln Is to
bo vigorously contested us in viola
tion of international law.
Belgium Wants Nebraska Goods.
Lincoln, Nob. That part of Hulglum
that is liberated from the German
sway wants all the machinery, tools
nnd raw materials that Nebraska can
export to rebuild Its former indus
tries, according to u communication
recolvcd by Secretary Whlttou of the
Lincoln Commercial club from Dr. 10.
L. Do Lanuy, ot Omaha, acting Hoi
glan consul. Secrotary Whitten re
plied that he would rerer the matter to
local shippers. In Dr. Do Lanny'a let
tor were two conimiinli tlons from
Consul De Wnllo or New Orleans, ask
ing tho Omahn consul to get In touch
with local producers and rorward their
catalogs and prices at the earliest pos
Government Takes No Hand.
Washington. Several European na
tions, neutrnl as well as belligerents,
havo Inquired or the United States con
cerning thu status or the pence party
which has sailed In n vessel chattered
by Henry Ford. To each Secretary
Lansing has replied that tho American
ovenimont not only has no connec
tion with the expedition, hut assumes
no responsibility tor any activities or
negotiations on the part or those on
gaged in tho movement.
Sir Horace Plunkett Coming.
Now York. Among arrivals on tho
Unor Adriatic from Liverpool wns Sir
Horace Plunkett, head of tho Irieli
congested district board, who is on
his way to Nebraska seeking Informa
tion Hint will aid In the agricultural
Improvement of Ireland.
San Antonio, Tex. Plans for nn In
ternational ralr here In 1918 to cole
brato the two hundredth anniversary
of tho founding of San Antonio by
tho Franciscan monks have been put
lindor way. It Is proposed to ralso a
fund or $1,000,000 to luunch tho ex
position. El I'aso, Tex". A reorganization of
tho Villa government In Mexico nnd
tho election of n new president are to
bo considered at a meeting ot tne "sov
ereign convention" of tho Villa gov
ernment, soon to be held at Juarez,
according to announcement.
Lincoln, Neb. Nobrnska university
students celebrated tho close of the
Vhlrd all-victorious football season
Friday evening with a monster ban
quet at the Lincoln hotel. Moro than
four hundred students and alumni
Joined In tho festivities marking tho
finish ot the 1915 football Benson, nnd
paid tribute to tho gridiron horocs who
had helped to write Nebraska's nanio
on tho foremost pngo of football his
tory. For four hours and a half the
mascullno half of tho student body
dined, sang, cheered and listened to
Doyle wns breaking stones on tho
toadsldu beneath one of the high
hills in South Kilkenny. Eating the
grass bcslile him was tho ass that cur
ried him to and fiotu his work. Tho
donkey wan old, and, as Doyle would
say, "us cute as himself." One day
an English tourist chanced to come
thu way, and the ass, seeing him n
preach, began to bray loud and long.
Thu tourist, coining up to Doyle,
"Why does that old nss bray at see
"1 don't know,' sold Doyle, "but
thoro Is nn old snyln' In the place
'when rrlends meet henrts warm.'"
Guest (to waitress, doubting his
bill) What! I'm supposed to have
drunk lonrteen glasses ot liver 7 That
Is Impossible, little one, or I should
have kissed you long ago! File
Kendo lllnetter (Munich).
An Improved Quinine, Docs not Cause
Nervousness nor Kinging in Head
The liKppv eonihliiMtlmuiMitkiitlieft in LAX
ATI VKimo.l(l.'ININT,iimkl lilt-Ijuliiliio
lu tlilit form luuo it fur Mliir i-II eel limn tlio
onllmirr Quinine, nnd It run Im tnltcn tiv any
one wltiioill itnVctlnc IIik liratl. Iti'imuntnT to
cull for tlio full imiiH',1. ii nllve lit omuQulnlnt.
Look forblgiiiituiiiuf K. W. tiioMt U"m
And to Others.
"What's all this about the allies
situation in the llnlkans?"
'Don't ask, child. It's all Greek (o
Ret Content IS Fluid Drachms,
alcohol-a IM'.ll oi:nt.
llic Sloiii.ich.smul Bowels el'
ncss nnd Rc.st.Coiitnias neither
Oiiiiun.Morpliinc nor Mincsfll,
2v tfouDesiiiu PiratUL
X perfect Remedy forCHmslTplF'
lion. rxur -xoinacii.uuirniuen,
Worms, revvrtshucfts iiruL
Loss of Sleep
7ic Centaur comivwV
Bct Copy of Wrapptr
You should love your neighbor In
splto of his spite fence.
Wrlto murine ICjrellemody:o., Chicago
tor Illustrated Hook of tbo Kyo Froo.
Liquor doesn't drown troubles; It
Is Clogged Up
Thmt's Why You're Tired-Out of Sorts
.Have No Appetite
will put you right
in a lew cays.
Biliousness, Indigestion and Sick Kcadacha
SHALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE.
Genuine must bear Signature
Send ua antnpleH mid Hlate how much you and
ver,Tlinotby,Hin!au Qntkit and any otlier need.
fillNN QFrn CC ? H,10tl. Street,
jwa..- wxua ". 1.1
FOR RENT OR SALE
Larectt atock In the Weil. Shipped
by cxprei anywhere In the U, 8.
THEO. LIEBEN & SON, 1516 Howard St, OMAHA
oLoumr and mmmr
T. J, Tliorpe IMarlilno Co., 1038
M Ht., Lincoln, Neb, Machlnnand
1'utU'm Hur of ull kind!. Wrlu.rf.U.
Tho Lincoln Tannery
Send us your Hides nnd Furs nnd
havo them made into Robes and
Garment for the whole family,
w s m uiaiiraT mum rou units iiorcss
Address HENRY HOLM, Prop,
917-919 Q St, LINCOLN, NEB.
.BHSSM PI LLS.
Wr MSf l
mm Habit ma
Keeping daily watch on
THE LIVER AND
At the first sign of trouble resort to
It helps Nature rcstoie normal
conditions throughout the system.
MFM ANH Kldnoy trouble proysi
iV1 .tZ . . "iwin tho mind. dU-
VVOrVlFr cviurnurs mid lessens
" viTEi. ambition: benuty, vla
or nnd rlieerfiilnrnR oftmi illnuppenr when
tlio kidneys nro out of order or dlsoupiod.
For Rood result uso Or. Kilmer's)
Hwnmp-ttoot, thu irrcnt kidney remedy.
At ilnik-idHtn. Hntnpln slzo bottle by Par.
col Post, iiloo p:ini)lilet.
Aridrcx Dr. Kilmer A Co., ninqlmtntnn.
N. V nnd unrliuie ton cunts. H'hen writ
ing mention this papur.
For Infants and Childron.
Mothers Know That
TMK INTAUn OMMMV, NCW TON fTV.
Hooma from 81.00 up stogie, 7B oent up double.
CAFK PRICES REASONABLE
Hingis, F ur
If your local dealer will not supply
yen, write us direct, glvluft- till mime.
LINCOLN STOVE REPAIR CO. RtUus Beck. Use!. Nth.
THE UMELl HOTEL
EUROPEAN UNCOLN. NEB.
OENTCn OF THINGS AOTVE
Rooms $1.00 With Balb $1.50
R. W. JOHNSTON, Oweer and MaaatV
We carry the larsest stock of artistic memorials la
lha woit Why buy. tli tough agents when you caa
buy direct and save 90 ? Writ for boohlmt.
1700 O Street Lincoln, Nebraska
Wear Out Your Old Tires
ruKVKus num. ons
norma 'nuk Hiixtus
HIM. KOT HUT OR HUn
rUHS 01 AftStTTIJla
. Tirfff.T - u etum
...ifu.jr jr,f mimi
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The flexible steel rims or bands marked (B) are
endless and II flat aealnst the Inside ol the tire
opposite the beads. These metal rims answer the
same purpose in the Sub-Caslnit that ths beads do
In a tegular tiro When a tire Is rim cut as shown
by letter ,B) the Sub-Caslnz holds the pressure (or
mo reason that the metal rims (B) ara below the rlm
cut, and there Is no chance (or the Sub-Casing to be
forced through the rlm-cut, as would be the case
w'lh ordinary rellnert which are loose at the edges
next to the bead. We have a special proposition (or car
owners In towr s where we hare no dealers Ask ua,
FISHER MANUFACTURING CO., 1530 N St., Uacsb, Nek.
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W. N. U LINCOLN, NO. 60-1816,
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