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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1916)
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"PRINCE OF PILOTS"
NuiiKOhbi-r of thu French iiriuj tivlit
.Ion corps nnd known us thu "I'rlnco of
rilots." ne lins the illstluctlon of ImV
inn yon all tho military initials. Ho
ins been wottndetl mnuy tlmus. At
tho beginning of tho wur, Nungesser
wan a CRvnlrymun. As such ho wus
promoted for distinguished service,
but refused to nccept the promotion,
saying that lie wished to learn Uylug,
tie entered the flying corps, and with
in thrco months had taken part In rU
What Did He Sino7
An Indlunapolls dentist, who In ad
iltlon to tho accomplishment of drill
Ing molars, can sing In u fine tenor
voice, has u brother-in-law who is an
undertaker. When the undertaker
gets up against It for vocalists to slug
ut funerals ho asks ills dentist relative
to holp him out. This ho did recent
ly when u bartender was to ho burled,
"What shall 1 slug?" asked tho den
tist "The family says either one of two
Bongs will do," said tho undertaker.
"You can have your cholco between
'Grossing tho Uur' and 'I've Reached
Uio Land vi Corn and Wine.' "
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NOBILITY DOING FIELD HOSPITAL WORK
An Interesting photograph of liability doing Held hospital work in France.
On the left tho Duchess of Sutherland ut her tent hospital at Itoubourg,
France, Installed by her after her hospital In Dunkirk was evacuated. Sb
bus lately reinstalled the hospital at Dunkirk. Standing at tho Mile of the
duchess Is the Count do Iiulhluul, chief of a section of the Ameilcan ambu
lance, who was decorated for his work with his section tinting the bombard
ment of Dunkirk. lie Is now lu the American aviation corps. On the right
Is the Viscountess Ilennlt d'A.y. who has done splendid work In Dunkirk
during the bombardment. Her husband was the naval attache lu Washing
ton during Hoosevelt's administration.
AFTER A BLOODY BATTLE IN FRANCE
Everyone if thes guns reprehentH u soliller dead, wounded or captured.
Most pictures of stacked guns represent them as being on the night before tho
battle. These guns tiro after the battle. They have been picked up on the
bloody Held In a drlvo on the western front.
Russellvlllo, Ark., Is enforcing Sun
day laws so rigidly that even telephon
ing on that day Is prohibited.
Chinese ship eggs long distances In
good condition by coating them with
n paste made at sen salt, vegetable
ushos nud water.
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11 til of minitower stalks, which U
about ten times lighter than cork, Is
extensively used In Hussion llfe-savlng
Fuel-savlnu' Is the purpose of n re
cently patented ring to bo placed
around the burner of a giiH or oil stove
to protect lis llama from drafts nnd
concentrate Its heat.
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60 DOWN IN BATTLE
SHEKIFF'3 POSSE AND I. W. W'9
IN DESPEHATE FIGHT
HAS SET NEW HIGH RECORD
nesouices of Nntlonnl Unnks Have
Passed Their Own Mnrk.
D.indlts Mr sort to Bnrbaric
WfMMin N(..iNp,.r Pnlini'MmNi Sarvlcs.
Hvorolt, Wash At least live men
were killed and forty Injured Sunday
in a pitched buttle at the Kveielt tlty
wharf bet ween J.'.u members of the In
dus! i hi I woikets of tlie woild, who
cuine here front Seattlo on the steamer
Ven mi, mill a posHo of Kill citizens
heai'ul by Sheriff Don M Hue Shetlff
Mi line Is among the serlouslf wounded.
After Hie shooting, in which about
1.000 shots were exchanged, tho Ver
mm uracil mound and started bin k
to Seat th'. Manj tnen weie seen to
full mi tho deck of the steamer .md
otlni'H, panic stricken. Jumped over
boutil Some wore taken fiotn tho
water but others disappeared and It is
belnned they worn diownetl.
nrb.-irlnn Methods of Bandits
M I'hmi Villa liuuillts are cutting
the ear.i from captttied f.tiniii.a sol
dins and then sentliiu: them hack to
their commaiiiU us a uumiIiik to oilier
Canitmi soldleis, sulil a Mexican civ
ilian lelugee who reached here flout
Jin ine. ('hihii.iliuii. He cuiuo to CI
I'a-o b way of Toiteon. Co.ihulla. and
ftoin there to K.iglo l'nss, Tex. as tho
rvi -1 .in Centtnl railroad wtis cut ho
tw.eti .llmltiez and Clilhtiahtin t itv
He claimed to hae seen slxto"ii Car
ran 'a soldiers at .limine with their
eais severed from their lie.uls.
SET NEW HIGH RECORD
Resources of Notional Danks Have
Passed Their Own Mark
Washington The rcKouices of the
national bunks of the t'nltcil Stutes
lime passed their own highest mark
nt'in boosting the previous hlnh roe
oid of May 1 by $21(1,000.0(10 Reports
to the comptioler of the treasury. In
response to the lust hank cull, show
that resources September 1- lotulod
This Is mi Increase of $ISfi,000,000
over tho ,1tiue HO report and of $2,144,
000.000 over tho September. 1015. re
port. Total deposits were $ll.:ifl'2.000.
000.000. which Is $227,000,000 moro
thnn ever shown before. It Is moro
than two billion dollars above tho
total of n year ago.
Ames Lost to Cornhuskers.
Lincoln Neb -Nebraska won from
Amos Saturday afternoon It to 0. Tho
Cornhuskers fulled to stint anything
except In flashes and thoy really were
ltickv to escape a tie game Amos had
h little tho holler of tho breaks in that
penalties didn't go her way often and
In that slio had I bo wind to her buck
when It was absolutely necessary to
punt. Hut tho farmers played the gumo
for all that was in them. Tho lino
wub stubborn both on deleuse and of
fenBo anil tho Cornhuskers looked list
less in comparison.
Russia to Establish Blacklist.
Petronrad - A blacklist similar to
tho one In force In f 5 rent Britnln and
Including the names of most of thu fot
elgn linns trading with enemies of
Russia will soon he published by tho
ministry of tiudo nud Industry lu ac
cordance with a decision of tho conn
cjl of ministers, which needs only the
signature of the empnror to become a
Greeks Sending Reinforcements.
London. Router's Athens corre
spond nt snys tho Oreok governmont
has sent reinforcements of Infantry
and ar'li!ry to Knterlna. The corro
ipondnnt mills that Admiral Du Pour
not, commander of the allied fleet In
tho Mediterranean, has sent notice to
tho Greek harbor authorities Indicat
ing n danger zone for vessels entering
or leaving Piraeus harbor.
Marshfleld, Oro. Three doad and
two injured was tho result of a gas ex
plosion which occurred 3,000 foot bo
low tho surfaco In tho Reaver Hill
coal mine near hero. Only ono body
has been recovered, nn black damp
Is impeding rescue work.
State Irrigation Meeting
Rrlilgeport, Neb - Tho seventh an
nual convention of tho Nebraska State
Irrigation nspoclatlon will bo held hero
December C, 7 nnd 8, tho Miller Opora
house being tho headquarters. Kvery
Irrigation canal will huvo nt least one
roprcsontatlvo at tho convention, If
tho invitations aro accepted. Tho an-
nouncements say tho exocutlvo com-
in n ice ucionor n oiiinnen mo progrnm
and mndn tho convention plans. This
Is a "legislative year" and many
amendments to tho Irrigation luws will
Austrian Fatalities During Year
Oenova. Austrluns have lost 850,000
men since tho beginning of tho year,
neenrding to autborltatlvo Information
Of this numbor, 450,000 nro prlaonora
In tho hands of the Russians or Rat
ions. When Rumania declared war,
Austria had forty-six dlvlsloun on thn
TttiBHlon front, thlrtyono on tho Italian
front and two In Serbia nnd Albania,
From those forces alio withdrew
eighty-eight bnttallann to send against
tho Rumanians This forco was lator
augmented as fighting grow less v!o
lent on tho Russian front,
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'fj Tltcrcby IVomoilnvinivicslIonV
i Cheerfulness (uin iksvii
. in,Mniiim Mornhinenor
a i.),r.iii.Vim'il for
Fnc Simile SijnMlof (
KNOCKOUT FOR MR. BROWN
His Better Half's Story of Experience
With Lottery Certainly Not
Flattering to Him.
.Mrs. Hrown has a ipei lul horror of
lotteries, nud at all times ami places
hhe embraces eery opportunity of
holding forth with chcmoncc concern
lug tills pet abomination. Her Indig
nation will therefore be imagined
when, one evening, her worthy spouse
came homo and proudly announced
that he bail Joined a goose club, I'm
something like an hour she poured the
vials of wrath on her unfortunate hus
band's bead, while he endeavored
meekly to bear It all.
At lust the warmth of the attack
proved quite too much for the long-en-during
John, nnd lie decided that the
time hud come for him to lire up In re
turn. "I siippns.0, my dear," sulil h, en
deavoring to be sarcastic, "you were
never lu a lottery, were you?"
Hut, alas for the speaker! Mrs.
Hrown turned upon him with wither
"Once, .Inliii, unit only once," said
hhe. "They suy, as you know, that
nuirrlugo Is u lottery. Well, I went In
for that, and I mself won a goose l"
CUTICURA COMFORTS BABY
Buffering From Itching, Durnlng
Rashes, Eczema, etc. Trial Free.
Glvo baby a bath with hot wator and
Cutlcura Soap, using plenty of Soap.
Dry lightly und apply Cutlcura Oint
ment gently to nil affected pnrta. In
stant relief follows and baby falls Into
a rofroshlng sleep, tho first porhnps
In weoka. Nothing moro cffcctlvo.
Proo Bamplo each by mall witli Uook.
Address poBtcard, Cutlcura. DopLL(
Boston. Sold ovorywhoro. Adr.
Surprised Dinner Party.
In a recently published book Sir
Henry Lucy has a charming story of
the Into Canon Alnger. The ennon
was very fond of children, and set out
one night to attend a party given "by
children for children."
"Don't announce me," he snld to the
Leuvlng his coat and hut downstairs,
ho iiuletly opened tho drawing-room
door, whero the buzz of voices an
nounced the presence of company.
Dropping on ids hands and knees lie
entered, making strange noises distinct
ly resembling the neighing of a horse.
Aware of a dead silence, lie looked up,
and found the guests assembled for an
eight-o'clock dinner regarding him
with disgust not unmixed with alarm.
The children's pnrty was next door.
Too Much of a Strain.
It was little Martha's bedtime, and
hbo was being tucked In, but she was
Inclined to delay tho process by some
thing she hud to tell her mother. Sev
eral times sliu attempted to tell her
mother, hut each tlmo was told to close
her eyes and mouth tight and go to
sloep. Klnally In desperation, "Hut,
mother, I want to tell you."
"No, dear. It Is time for you to go
to sleep. You can tell me lu the morn
ing." "Hut, mother, I Just can't hold It In
my mouth all night."
Pimple, boila, carbuncles, dry up nnd
iltDinpeur with Doctor I'lercVd Golden
Medical Discovery, la tablets or liquid.
"What niudo the limn kill the gooso
who laid tho golden egg?"
"I can only guess at It. Mitybo food
was costing bo much that ho got re
sentful because tho bird kept handing
him old metal Instead of regular eggs."
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Exact Copy of Wrapper.
For Infants nnd Chlldron.
Mothers Know That
TMt OINIU OMPNT, MIWTOKHOITT.
She Countered Neatly.
Three joung chaps were eating In
the (lining room at ono of l'lttshtirgli'H
pleasure parks, mid Incidentally wero
tiwlng to lllrt with the pretty waitress.
After devouring everything In sight
they decided to have some Ice cream
"What kind will you have? Devil'
fond, plain or nut cukes?" asked tho
"Hlvo me deUs food," said two of
them, ami the other asked for walnut
"Two devils and one nut," cried tho
bright young girl.
"What are niuiilllccnt people, pop?"
"Why, they're the ones who am
milking munitions, son."
Gave It a Dose.
"You naughty child! Why did you
pour your tonic Into the clock?"
"Cause tint was run down, too,"
Iluoins from $1.0) II ) nl utile. 75orntn up iloubla.
CAFIC PRICES REASONABLE
' local agent or write for
National Fur & Tanning Go.
1921 S. 13th SI. , Omaha, Neb.
Poultry, Butter, Eggs
Write (or price lUt and tags.
Consolidated Poultry It Ego Cf.
Omaha and Council Bluff
IlefrrcncFNi Oumtia National Dank, Council
IllutTx Having Hank, Dunn ami Ilrnilatreet.
IB V1107.KU OK LKAUS
BEND :t TO ua.
F.F. FINK, Auto Tinner
317 S. 20lli . OMAHA. NEB,
ALSO I.AMI' AND ITHNDErt ItEPAIltlNQ.
Make the Liver
Do its Duty
Nine time3 in ten when the liver it
right the stomach and bowels are right.
pel a lazy liver
do its duty.
and DUtreit After Eating'.
SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE.
Genuine must bear Signature
from a Bono Spavin, Ring Done,
Splint, Curb, Side Done, or similar
trouble and gets horse going sound.
It acts mildly but quickly and good re
sults are lasting. Does not blister
or remove the hair and horse can
be worked. Page 17 in pamphlet with
each bottle tells how. $2.00 a bottla
delivered. Horse Dook 9 M free.
ABSORBING, JR., the antiseptic liniment
for mankind, reduces Painful Swellings, En
larged Glands,Wens, Bruises, Varicose veins
heals Sores. Allays Pain. Will tell you
more if you write, ft and $2 a bottle at
itiltn or dtllrcrcJ. literal trtil bonle lor lOe iuoj.
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