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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
HARVEST WAR CROP
It Will Equal Two Bushels for
Every Man, Woman and
' Child in the Land.
STAPLE FOODS TO ALLIES
,Motto Thla Year Is "Eat an Apple and
8end a Biscuit" Unusual Need
For Handling Crop May Be
' Short of Help.
The United Stutcs Is about to hnr
Vest Its gront wnr crop of tipples. It
equals two bushels to every innn, wom
an nnd child In the country. In order
to send ns much staple food ns possl-
io to our lighting allies, Americans
uro urged to use ns many apples ns
possible. The motto this yenr Is: "Eat
an apple and send n biscuit."
War conditions nlso confront the
apple growers, for there Is a scarcity
of pickers, nnd enrcful preparations
must now he made to see that this
crop Is all safely harvested and put
into storage. Now Is the time to be
Sln organizing picking crews In every
npple growing section. A survey of
the situation shows that the farmer
will need co-operation from business
men In the towns nnd cities round
about nt which ho trades, nnd' which
have Just ns great nn Interest in this
crop ns the farmer himself. This Is
emergency organization work to be
taken up Immediately by chambers of
commerce, boards of trade, state nnd
county councils of defense, nnd busi
ness men generally.
The labor supply to harvest this
crop cxlstu right In the cities ndjacent
to the apple orchards In most cases,
but tho draft and demnnds of fac
tories nnd railroads for labor have
disturbed the normal supply of work
ers upon which the farmer usually
draws, nnd It Is necessary to recruit
new kinds of workers. People who
hnvo never regarded themselves as np
ple pickers may this year be asked to
go to the orchards and help get in the
crop for patriotic reasons.
The organization work should take
the form of an Immediate survey of
labor resources to see where n picking '
force is to be recruited. Stores and
factories can often release clerks and
workmen for this service If notified In
time. Families who would like n week
or two of vacation In the country with
light, healthy outdoor work at satisfac
tory wages, may nlso be Induced to
join the picking nrroy. It has been sug
gested that the schools might be open
ed later this year so that boys and girls
can be sent to the orchards, but this
will not be necessary in all cases. One
very good source of pickers can be
found among the women's organiza
tions of this country.
Much Is heard about the scarcity of
labor, but there Is not as great a scar
city as most people imagine. Workers
upon whom the farmer depends In or
dinary times have simply been' shifted
Into other occupations, and wnr condi
tions demand that business men step
in, locate other classes of workers who
can be shifted to the orchards for this
emergency and see that the farmer has
plenty of help.
The principles of careful fruit pick
ing are very simple, and easily under
stood. If the farmer con start with
two or three experienced pickers and
spend a little time explaining 'good
picking methods to his volunteers ho
should get excellent results, for these
Toluntecrs, while new to the work, will
also be people of good average intelli
gence, and the war emergency will ap
peal to their Interest so that they will
be more than ready to help harvest the
Apple growers are advised to get in
touch with the business organizations
in their nearest town, ask that help be
given in securing pickers and report
the number of pickers needed by them
selves. One of the greatest difficul
ties in organizing harvest hands for
any crop is that of gathering accurate
Information as to how many helpers
are ljecded on each farm and In each
township. For lack of such informa
tion it very often happens that one
township will bo handicapped because
It Is without sufficient helpers and u
township twenty-five or thirty miles
away will hnvo a surplus of workers.
By ascertaining In advance Just how
many workers will be needed In each
locality, business organizations will be
able to recruit a sufficient force nnd
there will be neither scarcity nor sur
plus In nny section.
This year's apple crop calls for spe
cial methods of handling. The size of
the crop makes it ueccssary to send
only the first-class fruit to market and
to see that all seconds and culls are
sold in bulk around home or worked
up Into by-produca. There must be
great care to see that apples are not
exposed to the heat or outdoors after
picking, but are properly housed In
temporary storcgo places on the farm
nnd carefully cooled. The scarcity of
pickers will probably make it neces
sary to pick and house the crop first
and grade and pack'it nftcrwards. Full
directions for handling tho fruit will
be published later.
Tho great big task Immediately
ahead is that of securing a picking
force, and in this work the business
man nnd the farmer nro co-operating
to nn extent never known before. TblB
la a war crop. It will be harvested
iwith a war organization.
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Monroo on camouflage. 2 Belgian soldiers crossing one of the ninny canals jn their country In a ferry barge. 11
Amerlrnn soldiers In France loading a train with their equipment. 4 1 Truhee Davison, son of II. 1. Davison, na
tional director of the lted Cross, who was seriously Injured when his nlrplauo fell into Long Island sound.
NEWS REVIEW OF
THE PAST WEEK
Food Control Bill, Giving the
Powers, Now Is Law.
GETTING AFTER PROFITEERS
Government Predicts Record-Breaking
Corn Crop German and Russian
Ministries Re-Formed Elihu
Root Returns With Confi
dence In the Russian
By EDWARD W. PICKARD.
Tho senate last Wednesday adopted
the conference report on the food con
trol bill, the mensure was signed by
Speaker Clark and President Wilson,
and Is now tho law of the land, n law
conferring on tho president tremen
dous powers over the food nnd fuel
supplies of the country, nnd designed
to protect the people from extortion.
Sixty-six senators voted for the bill
and seven against it. Those who per
sisted in their obstructionist tactics to
the end were France, Gronnn, Hollls.
Hnrdwick, La Follette, Penrose and
Heed. Sherman nnd Gore both were
paired against the bill.
Tho law contains drastic prohibi
tion provisions. Thirty days nfter the
date of its approval It will be unlaw
ful to use foodstuffs In the manufac
ture of distilled beverages or to im
port distilled spirits for beverage pur
poses, and the president will be em
powered to commandeer for military
purposes distilled liquors now held In
bond and to regulnte or restrict the
use of foods In the manufacture of
wino and beer.
The senate also adopted the con
ference report on the food survey bill,
designed to stlmulato production and
to give the country Information on
food resources, and thus the adminis
tration's food control program was at
Coal Prices and Profits.
Coal prices ore causing a great stir,
especially In the Middle West, nnd In
Illinois the state - council of defense
advised Governor Lowden to seize the
mines because the operators would
not sell atwhat was considered a
reasonable profit The governors and
defense councils of 10 Middle West
States were asked to meet in Chicago
to confer on relief measures.
President Wilson last week made a
personal visit to the federal trado
commission nnd the department of
Justice to urge the hnstcnlng of ac
tion to curb high prices, and made It
evident that he intends to do every
thing In his power to stop the exact
ing of exorbitant profits. The war
Industries board followed up .this by
announcing that American producers
selling war necessities to America's
allies would bo permitted to make
only reasonable profits, provided that
tho allies must reciprocate In selling
to tho United States and to ono an
other. The president, moreover, has
said that tho prices to the public must
be made tho same as to the govern
ment. Record-Breaking Corn Crop.
Cheering news came out of the de
partment of agriculture In the form
of tho August crop report, which In
dicates a corn crop of 8,101,000,000
bushels, the largest In the history of
tho country. The prospects Improved
during July to the extent of 00,000,000
bushels, and general rains over the
corn belt since the reception of the
data on which the report Is based en
hance still further the expectations of
tho farmers. The onts yield also will
be n record breaker, but tho report
on wheat Is a bit disappointing. Tho
government already has under way a
campaign for the raising next season
of a crop of more thnn a billion bush
els of wheat and 83,000,000 bushels of
rye. Tho food control lnw authorizes
tho fixing of fair prices for wheat and
the sale by tho government to the
farmers of nitrate of soda from Chile
to be used as fertilizer. Kvery state
Is asked to plant as large nn acreage
In wheat and rye ns Is possible with
out upsetting proper farm practice.
The exports In Washington say thnt
while fertilizer may be scarce, there
will be no shortage of seed, farm r.m
chlnery or transportation facilities.
On Thursday Provost Marshal Gen
eneral Crowder Issued tho regulations
for calling the National army to the
colors. The first 200.000 are to be
called up to September 1 and sent to
cantonment enmps by September f.
The government wishes the first day
of the mobilization appropriately cele
brated throughout the country In or
der that the citizen soldiers may be
Some Antidraft Riots.
Taking the country as a whole, tho
exemption boards are having mighty
little trouble In carrying out their du
ties In the drafting of the Natlonnl
army. Part of Oklahoma and some
districts In the Southeast, however,
are glaring exceptions to this rule.
Serious riots have occurred and bands
of draft reslsters have- armed them
selves nnd taken to tho woods. But
they are being captured by the score
and subjected to tho proper punish
ment. Much of tho trouble Is stirred
up by the I. W. W., nnd by certain
un-Amerlcnn publicists who argue con
stantly thnt American soldiers should
not be sent nbroad to fight, but should
be kept nt home to nwalt the Invading
Germans nfter they have whipped tho
Among those nrrested Inst week by
the federal agents was Dr. Fritz Bcrg
meler, president of the'Volks-Zeltung
of St Paul. On orders from Washing
ton ho was put In Jnll on chnrges of
making disloyal utterances, to be held
until President Wilson directs his re
lease. He is an enemy nllcn.
Canada also is to hnve u drafted
army, tho Canadian conscription bill
having been passed by tho dominion
parliament. Under Its provisions 100,
000 men between the ages of twenty
nnd thirty-two years will be drafted,
nnd it is the expectation pf the au
thorities that they will be In training
German Ministry Changes.
Chnncellor Mlchnells remolded the
Imperial and Prussian ministries to his
desire, or thnt of his masters, hut the
many chnnges nroused no semblance of.
enthusiasm In tho empire. On the
contrary, they are commented on by
the liberal and radical press with dis
trust nnd dissatisfaction, nnd no one
who has talked for publication has
given them his approval. They offer
no hopo for parliamentarism or any
other marked chango in Internnl pol
icies, nnd so far us can be seen, the
wnr policy of Germany Is not likely
to be altered. Doctor Kuehlmann, who
has succeeded Zlinmermnnn ns foreign
secretary, Is supposed to be opposed
to ruthless submarine warfare, but
Doctor Helffcrlch Is retained as the
representative of the Imperlnrchnncel
lor, and ns he Is ambitious nnd power
ful It Is feared he will more than coun
Germnny's lntest pence suggestions
having met with the disdainful recep
tion they deserved, It Is unlllcely that
any more such proposals will cmnnnte
from tho kaiser for some time. Seventy-eight
professors of Bonn univer
sity have signed a petition urging the
German government never to make an
other pence offer.
Root Has Confidence in Russia.
Premier Kerpnsky last week succeed
ed in completing his coalition cabinet
nnd obtnlned the pledges of all fac
tions that they would support him. He
has promised many reforms, nnd also
has assured Russia that discipline nnd
authority must first be restored. That
he and his colleagues will win out nnd
thnt Russia will continue In the wnr
until Germany Is whipped Is the confi
dent nssuranee of Elihu Root who has
Just returned from his mission to
Petrogrnd. The disorders there, he
says, are not alarmingly serious nnd
are not typical, and the loss of morale
In tho nrmy ho Is sure Is only tem
porary. Already the resistance of the Russian
troops to the advance of the Germans
and AuBtrlans in Gallcln nnd Bukowlnn
is stiffening, and though in general the
retreat continued, it ceased to be a
rout and In some Instances the Teutons
were thrown hack. General Kornlloff,
who succeeded Brusslloff as generalis
simo, says the first stage of the wnr Is
over and the second stage has opened,
nnd Intimates that the Russian armies
will yet give an excellent account of
themselves if British nnd French offi
cers nre sent to help drill the mil
lions of men under itrin. They will
need this help, he says, if they must
meet the massed Germans Instead ol
the comparatively weak Austrians.
On the Western Front.
Activities In Flnnders during tho
week Indicated thnt the allies wero
following their usual course attack,
consolidation of positions won, nnd
preparations for another attack. Tho
heavy rains hampered operations con
siderably, but tho British made many
trench raids and townrd the end of
the week their nrtlllery fire Increased
to n tremendous volume. Meanwhile,
the Canadian troops pushed up closo
to Lens nnd had that Important coal
center nearly surrounded.
Tho Germnn resistance In the constat
region Is powerful, for the commnnd
ers of course realize how dangerous to
them Is tho turning movement. Along
the Chemln des Dnmes the crown
prince continued bis attacks, all of
which were beaten off by tho indomit
In the Asian fields of. combat there
was little doing last week, but it was
reported that General von Falkenhnyn,
now Germnn commander In Turkey, Is
planning nn attempt to recapture Bag
dad. General Maude's Mesopotnmlan
nrmy, however, is now bo strongly en
trenched thnt It has little to fear, and
the same may be said of the. British
forces In Slnnl, which nlso have the
support of the fleet.
. European dispatches say that the
high military authorities in France be
lieve the wnr will last through tho
winter nnd spring, nt least, and thnt
the policy of the allies will be to ham
mer nwny nt the Teuton lines contin
ually nnd wenr the enemy down ns
much as possible until America gets
on the field In full strength. Then the
advantage of numbers will he with
them to so grent extent thnt victory
by force of arms will bo In sight
American Troops to Russia?
Senator Lewis of Illinois declared
last week that the next big contingent
of American troops would be sent to
Russia, which would be surprising 'In
view of tho fact that Russia now has
under arms more men than she can
handle effectively. Tho Sammies now
in France nre proving themselves quick
pupils nnd have won the praise nnd ad
miration of tho British and French offi
cers who nre Instructing them In the
methods of modern warfare. They are
happy and eager to get into action but
are wnlllng for American tobacco.
In England Is another big contingent
of American troops mnde up mostly
from the operating nnd construction
divisions of American railways. They
will be rendy to rebuild and operate
the roads In France and to fight, too,
if necessary, and In preparation for
this nre receiving Intensive training In
a peaceful English vnlley.
The navy department has made an
other chnnge of policy, dropping the
construction of the small U-boat chas
ers and concentrating on the produc
tion of destroyers, which nre to be
turned out in great numbers. They
seem to be the most efficient enemy of
Argentina, dissatisfied with the prog
ress of negotiations growing out of the
sinking of the Argentine steamer Monte
Protegldo by n German submarine, has
sent a peremptory note to Berlin, de
manding a clear and final reply within
n reasonable time. Liberia, which
some time ago severed relations with
the central powers, has now declared
war against them. This, like the ac
tion of Slam, means that the diplomat
ic representatives of tho small nations
have made up their minds as to which
group of belligerents will gain the ulti
mate victory. What perhaps has an
gered Argentina most is the recent dis
covery of on extensive German espion
Chlnn, too, has decided to cast In
her lot with tho allies and the cabinet
resolved to declare war on Germany
und Austria-Hungary; the assistance
of the great oriental nation l Xar iron
He Didn't Care.
A man pushed his way hurriedly Into
the subway nt Brooklyn bridge In New
York. In his haute he collided with
another man, who was not too hot to
"Look where you're going," shouted
tho militant ns he grabbed the other.
"I'm going to knock your block off."
"I should worry. I was caught In
the draft," said the other with an nlr
The man who wanted to fight
laughed, while everybody In the car
CUTICURA KILLS DANDRUFF
The Cause of Dry, Thin and Falling
Hair and Does It Quickly Trial Free.
Anoint spots of dandruff, Itching nnd
irritation with Cuttcura Ointment. Fol
low nt once by n hot shnmpoo wlt'i
Cutlcurn Soap, If a man, and next
morning If n woman. When Dandruff
goes the hair comes. Use Cutlcurn
Soap dally for the toilet.
Free sample each by mall with Book.
Address postcard, Cutlcurn, Dept L,
Boston. Sold everywhere. Adv.
Did He Get the Handout?
Housewife Shall I have to ask my
husband to coineV
Hobo Lady, If 1 was married to a
peach like you, you'd have to ask me
to May away. -Judge.
Minding one's own business is u good
method of developing the brain
THIS is a topic we all hear now-a-days because so many people are in
clined to exaggerate. Yet has any physician told you that wo claimed
unreasonable remedial properties for Fletcher's Castoria? JuBt ask
them. We won't answer it ourselves, we know what tho answer will be.
That it has all the virtuos to-day that was claimed for it in its early days
is to bo found in its increased use, thorccommcndotionbyprominentphyBicians,
and cur assurance that its standard will bo maintained.
Imitations are to bo found in somo stores and only because of the Cas
toria that Mr. Fletcher created. But it is not the genuino Castoria that Mr. '
Fletcher Honestly advertised, Honestly placed beforo tho public, and from
which ho Honeatlv exnects to receive
Genuine Castoria always beam the
Raise High Priced Wheat
on Fertile Canadian Soil
Saskatchewan and Alberta. This year wheat is higher but
Canadian land just as cheap, so the opportunity is more at
tractive than ever. Canada wants you to help feed the world
by tilling some of her fertile soil land similar to that which
during many years has averaged 20 to 45 buahela of wheat
to the acre. Think of the money you can make with wheat
around $2 a bushel and land so easy to get. Wonderful
The University of Nebraska
First Semester Wednesday, September 1 2.
Second Semester Thursday, January 31.
Summer Session First week in June.
All colleges and schools will be open as heretofore.
On any point of information, address
Station A. - - Lincoln
Her "Meatless Day."
The day nfter Prosecuting Attorney
Horace O. Murphy und his deputies
nnd constables mnde n Sunday morn
ing rnld on a Muncle "blind tiger" nnd
nrrefded f9 persons found there, muny
of the men going to Jull on various 1
charges, the wife of ono of those whose
fate It was to be locked up, wns con
fiding In Billy Blarney, the elevator
man nt the Wysor building, In which
Murphy hnR his office, says the Indian
"I'm considerably worried," she told
him, "about my Sunday dinner yester
day nnd thought Mr. Murphy might
straighten things out. You see, my hus
band Btnrted nwny from home nbout
ten o'clock In the morning to get some
meat for dinner nnd wild he Intended
to stop In lit the club (nil "tigers" nre
clubs in Muncle) and get n bottle of
beer on the wny, like be nlwnys does,
Sundays. Well, he hnsn't brought thnt
meat home yet, nnd meat nowadays
costs too much to waste."
A True Optimist.
"Terribly rainy weather."
"Yes. Jt's n relief to' ray mind. It
rnlns so regularly that I never forget
my umbrella any more."
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TRY A MEDICINE THAT
PROVES ITS VALUE
During the cntlro period of lime thai
I have been handlinf? Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root I have never heard n ninglc com
plaint. My ciiatomcrs arc Rcncrally plcanerl
with rcMiltn obtained and upeak words of
praise for the merit of the preparation.
Very truly yours,
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Per Julian ,1 Gill,
Sept. 20, 1010. Starkvillc, Miss.
Pr. Kilmer & Co.
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For Yoj
Scud ten cents to Dr. Kilmer &.' Co.,
Illiisliiitnliin, N. Y., for a sample sizo
bottle. It will convince nnyonc. You
will alo receive n booklet of valuable in
formation, telling about the kidneys and
bladder. When writing, lie sure and men
tion this paper. Large and medium sir
bottles for eale at all drag stores. Adv.
His Wife Liked Him.
"My wife," said u defendant to tho
magistrate In the court of domestic
relations In New York, "doesn't llko
me." "Ah. but she does," answered
tin magistrate. "That's the curious
fact of the matter, she actually does
like you." "Well, even that doesn't
cheer me up any," answered the bur
dened white innn. "I took her for
better or for worse, nnd believe me, X
know what I got."
"What u bouncing babyl"
"Yes'm; lis father Is u rubber man.'
alirnAture of t&SX &CC4ZC
Canada extends to you a hearty invita
tion to settle on her FREE Homestead
lands of 160 acres each or secure some
of the low Driced lands in Manitoba.
yields also of Oats, Barley aad Flax. Mixed farming
in Western Canada is as profitable an industry as
created acrease into grain. There Is a great demand for
farm labor to replace the many young men who have
volunteered for service. The climate is healthful and
agreeable, railway facilities excellent, good schools and
churches convenient. Writs for literature as to reduced
railway rates to Sup t, of Immigration. Ottawa, Can., or to
W. V. BENNETT
Raaas 4, Bee Bldej., Omaha. Neb.
Canadian Governmtnt Agent
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