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RID OLOUD, NKBXA8KA, CHIEF
MAY SEE HOME TROOPS
Plans Delng Worked Out at Washing
ton So Each Stato Can View Its
Own Soldiers In Parade.
From Wnshington comes (lie good
Hews tlint tliu gcnoinl staff Ih working
out plans whereby every state In the
union will have an opportunity to sec
ItH homo troops on parmlu when they-
return from Kraneo. This will mean
that Nebraska's homecoming troops
will intrude before their own people
and It Is believed the men will be
encninikwl nt Kort Crook, near
Onnilia, and mustered out there. The
With division, which was trained at
Oimp Kunston and which contains
tlmusniiiW of boys from this state, U
now with General Pershing's Third
American army, called the "Army of
Occupation,"' and which Is following
on the heels of the (lermans who are
moving toward the llhlne. It Is be
lieved that many of the Nebraska
boys In this army will be seen on
tlrens parade In tlilf state before long
A new society, called the Order of
the Oolil Slur, uttd somewhat similar
to the Daughters of the American
devolution, with an annual mooting to
commemorate the sacrifice of the
Americans who died In the cause of
democracy, has been organized at
lix-Govornor Aldrlcb, who wns high
man In tbo race for supremo court at
the November election, has been ap
pointed by Governor Neville to till the
unexpired term of Francis O. llamer,
who died tit Ms home In Kearney last
Alson II. Cole, sentenced to death
for the murder of Mrs. Lulu Vogt In
Howard county, bus been granted a
econd reprlevo by Governor Neville.
Cole wub to Imvo been electrocuted
July 22 hist. That time wus extended
to November 22. Tho last extension Is
to January 17.
Dr. Samuel Avery, formerly major
In the chemical warfare division at
Washington, bus received his honor
uble discharge from the War depart
ment and will resume on December 1
bis duties ns chancellor of the Uni
versity of Nebraska at Lincoln.
At least fiOO tire lighters are ex
pected to attend the Nebraska Volun
teer Firemen's association convention
ut Fremont January 11, ID and 1(1.
Plans for entertaining that numy are
being made by the Fremont Fire de
partment and the Commercial club.
Despite Attorney General Heed's
ruling that teachers cannot legally
draw pay for time lost when schools
were closed on account of lnlluenr.a,
Onutha teachers will bo paid for time
off, members of. the nietropollc
school board say.
Senator Norrls of Nebraska created
quite a stir In congress the other day
when he Introduced a resolution to
prevent tho clftilrmnn of any of tho
"big eight" senate committee) from
being a member of any other of tho
Resumption of construction work on
postolllces ami other public buildings
ordered by Secretary of the Treasury
McAdno, will menu that u number of
federal buildings contemplated for this
tuto will now bo built.
The Nebrnskn food administration
at Omnba Is sending notices to far
mers urging them to hold their Ininni
turo poultry, Instead of forcing It
onto tho market, thus creating an
All G. A. It, organizations In Ne
braska nrc called upon by the state
headquarters at Lincoln to take the
lead In extending tt welcome homo to
the soldiers when they return from
Nebraska householders and bakers
henceforth are permitted to purchase
wheat flour without substitutes, the
food administration having withdrawn
Its restrictive regulations.
Upward of 100 ministers from all
parts of the state are expected to at
tend the annual convention of the
Nebrnska Lutheran synod ut Fremont,
December 3 to 6.
State Superintendent Clommons
inutlelpated In the laying of tbo cor
nerstone of Lewlston's new consoli
dated school building.
Plnns urc being made for a monster
biubccue at Adams for tho soldiers of
that vicinity upon their l'eturn home.
Tho announcement front Washing
ton that nutomoblle manufacturers
would be allowed to build 75 per cent
of their normal output of cars, now
that peace Ik in sight, was balled
with Joy by Nebraska auto dealers.
Government methods of financing
the farmer, farm labor problems,
prices of farm products, needed legis
lation, the banker and the work of
tbo farmer, will bo discussed at the
nnnual convention of tho Nebraska
Farmers' Congress nt Omaha, Dee
The grand champion Poland China
bonr of tho 1017 International live
stock show Ik now the property of
the University of Nebraska college of
agriculture, at-Lincoln. It "was pur
chased at u cost of $1500, to Improve
tho college herd.
Orders hnve been issued by the
statu O. A. It. headquarters at Lin
coln, for all posts In tho stnto to hold
their minimi elections of ollkers at
the first meeting In December. Kuch
post Is also cnlled uiwin to elect dele
gates and alternates to the statu en
campment nt York next May.
Provost Marshal Anderson of Ne
braska lifts sent Instructions to draft
boards over the state which pro-.
vldo that all men, aged from 37
to 45, Inclusive, registered on Sep
tember 27. last, under tlte mnnpower
act, will be dropped from the lists.
Those who have not yet filled out'
their questionnaires are relieved
from doing so, but the blank ques
tionnaires are to be mailed bnclj or(
handed back to the local boards. Lo
cal boards ore directed to enroll and
clarify all 18-yea colds, the saine as
If the war was going on.
In response to a protest sent In by
Supt. Hemll of Coleridge, Attorney
General Heed stands pat on bis for
mer opinion that school boards cannot
legally pay teachers their salaries for
the time that schools were closed dur
ing the recent Inlluenza epidemic. He
stated In his reply to Mr. Demll that
I be M-hooN were closed by law, and
t lint It Is the duly of Ihe law-making
body to remedy any condition which
existed of an unsatisfactory nature
because, of the law.
Twenty-two thoroughbred Ilolsteln
eows of it herd of 101 iinhnnls owned
by the Woodhiwn dairy, near Lincoln,
hnve been condemned as tubercular by
State Veterinarian Anderson. The
condemned animals will he killed.
Changes in the ruling of. the national
war board concerning construction of
public utilities will permit rond and
highway construction without special
permit, nccordlng to an order recelvetl
by the state council of defense.
Tho sum of $!3,000 wns paid for n
Shorthorn cow nt a sale In Omaha
recently by John Huwe, Hooper stock
raiser. This Is said to ho the highest
prlco for a cow of that breed ever
paid In tlds country.
At the request of the Stnto Jlonnl
of llenlth Unit no unnecessary public
gatherings be held, the dedication of
the new Dodge county court house at
Fremont has been postponed Indefi
nitely. Governor-elect McICclvlo will ad
dress county commissioners, supervis
ors, highway commissioners and
clerks of the state at their nnnual
meeting nt Hastings December 3, 4
and 5. '
Nebraska's potato yield will be
3,020,000 bushels under last year's
production, according to a government
icport. The yield this year Is esti
mated nt 8,8"r,000 bushels. ,
Governor-elect S. It. McKelvlc spent
?070.30 to be elected November .", ac
cording to his statement filed with
the secretary of state. It cost Gov-'
ernor Neville $1,09S to lose.
Mrs. Silas A. llolconib, .19, wife of
Judge llolconib, former governor and
Nebraska supreme court Judge and
present member of the state board of
control, died at Lincoln. '
Heports regarding appointments'
wit en Governor-elect McKelvIo gets
Into office give the adjutant general
ship -of Nebraska to Mujor Jesse V.'
Craig of Heatrlce.
Washington advices to tho Ne
braska food administration are to tho
effect tlint the licensing plan for deal
ing In food stuffs Is to contlnuo for
another year, Ttt least.
Fuel regulations will bo maintain
ed regnrdless of the signing of tho
nrmlstlce according to word received
from Washington by Fuel Adminis
trator Kennedy at Omaha.
Will Mnupln, Nebraska publicity di
rector, figures that the state's total
production of agricultural and live
stock In 1018 will be worth more than
The synod of Nebraska, postponed
from October 15-10, will meet In the
First Presbyterian church of Lincoln,
December 3-0, unless health conditions
The Dodge County bonrd of super
visors has decided to construct tho
slx-mllc stretch of concrete rondway
on the Lincoln highway west out of
A record potato yield was mode In
Grant county this year. A totnl of
750 bushels were harvested from a
tract of one and three-fourths ncres.
It Is estimated that Nebraska's four
sugar factories will produce 1,000,000
sacks of sugar, each weighing 100
pounds, this senson.
The Desbler Hed Cross celebrated
the news of tho armistice .by voting
$500 to tbo Nebrnskn base hospital in
The first potnto flour plant in Ne
braska nml the second In the United
States will soon bo In operation In
Will Polnck of Able, 22, was In
stantly killed and four other persons
were more or less Injured In an uuto
mobile wreck near Fremont.
Over 2,000 bushels of corn nnd
1,000 bushels of oats wero lost when
llro destroyed n big elevator at Valley.
Tho loss Is placed nt $12,000.
Work Is to be resumed on the new
consolidated schools at Fllley mid
Virginia, Gage county, which was
stopped some weeks ago by the war
board. The two school buildings will
cost approximately $100,000. ' I
Out of more than 15,000 ballots sent
to Nebraska soldlors In this country
who had not gone to France, hut 1,970
wero returned voted and approximate
ly 131 of these were rejected by Ihe
election commission because of defec
According to the latest report Is.
sued by tho National Wur Savings
headquarters at Washington, Ne
braska leads all states in tho union In
per capita salo of thrift stamps. Ne
braska's per capita sales since the be
ginning have been $11). 13, Tho.atuto's
ginning lmvo been $19.13.
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1 Illngen, one of the cities on ttie left bank of the nitlne that passes Into control of the allies by the terms of
tho armistice. 2 View of the harbor of Helgoland, the fortified Island which 'the mutinous sailors of the Ger
man fleet seized. 8 John D. Rockefeller, Jr., opening tho United War Work cnmpnlgn with the aid of on elephant.
NEWS REVIEW OF
Central Europe in a Turmoil of
Revolution, With the Social
ists on Top.
RULERS ABANDON THRONES
Germany's Plea for Food Will Be
Granted by Allies Mutiny of Fleet
May Hamper Armistice Pre
dictions as to the Peace
By EDWARD W. PICKARD.
Falling thrones and fleeing kings nnd
princes; a maelstrom of social revolu
tion and military mutiny; Soviets of tho
workers and soldiers In control, nnd
former nutocrnts In hiding.
I That In brief Is tho condition In cen-
i tral Europe, following the cessation of
hostilities, now It will all end not
'tho wisest statesmen can conjecture.
Quick work by level-headed leaders
may direct aright the great movement
and bring out of tho chaos orderly and
firmly grounded governments of and
for the people. At present It seems
that n fnvorlto Jest has become a sober
fact and that the big task now Is to
make democracy safe for the world.
1 In Germnny tho Socialists nre estab
lishing themselves under the leadership
of their chancellor, Frlodrlch Ebcrt, a
brainy and highly esteemed mnn. The
several fnctlons of tho party appear
to be working In somo harmony, nnd
tho bolshcvlkl, though yet In the de
cided minority, hnvo been gtven recog
nition which Is encouraging them to
demand moro. In Berlin, where tho
German republic was proclaimed, thero
has been Intermittent fighting between
the revolutionists and somo officers and
troops that remained loynl to tho old
order, nnd In some other cities there
were conflicts ; 'but on the whole tho
change has been accomplished with re-
j mnrkably little violence. Tho leaders
occupy tho relchstog building In Berlin
I anil fir atrlvlnv in nnf ttin affairs nt
life on a normal basis.
In the allied countries there was a
Jhrewd suspicion that the reyolution
was being fostered nnd directed under
cover by the lenders of the old govern
ment In the hope that through It they
might be spared some of tho rigors of
tho peace settlement. Such, too, wns
the explanation of tho establishment
of a republic In Bnvarla, and in Schles-wIg-Hol8tcln.
which stntes now say
they will become parts of the new Ger
Tho man In the street, nnd most of
the newspapers, In America, England
nnd France, did not nt first look kindly
on Doctor Solf's appeal to President
Wilson that tho allies take steps to
savo the people of Germany from star
vation. It savored of Impudence, com
ing from n representative of the peo
plo who starved Belgium, Serbln, Po
land and Roumnnln without n qualm of
conscience. But tho nllled govern
ments hnvo looked at tho matter In n
different light, nnd, probably wifely,
havo determined to supply to the Ger
mans such food ns can be spared, not
only for humnnlty's sake but on tho
theory that order can bo more quickly
and enslly restored among n well-fed
people. If tho excesses of tho stnnlng
Russians wero repented In Germany It
might be difficult to carry out tho
terms of tho nrmlstlce. The feeding of
hungry Germany, becomes a common
sense business proposition, nerbcrt C.
Hoover already has sailed for Europe
to direct the distribution of food.
Tho Socialists In control, though
walling at tho "terrible harshness" of
tho armistice terms, declnro they will
do all they can to obey them. On lnnd
this will not be so hard, but the nnval
sltuntlon has been complicated by the
seizure of most of tho Gcrmnn fleet nnd
of tho fortified Island of Helgoland by
rovoltlng sailors. These men snw, In
the surrender and dismantling of tho
war vessels, the end of their livelihood,
so they took possession of the ships
and sailed from somo of tho ports.
Their future plan of action, If they
bavt any, Is misty. When tho allies
nro given possession of the land bat
teries tho warships can be driven to
sen, and there they can be dealt with
by the allied fleet.
Tho abdication of the kaiser, the em
peror of Austria nnd the rulers of mi
nor stntes In central Europe, whllo
doubtless of nbsorblng Interest to them
selves, cannot be considered of great
moment nmld all the tremendous
events that nrc taking plnce. These
monnrchs were but symbols of the or
der that Is passing, nnd even tho knlscr
already had lost most of his power.
He, ns William Hohenzollern, Is now
Interned nt tho residence of his friend,
Count Bcntlnck, in Holland. Abdica
tion -vas forced on him; but In fleeing
from his country he showed tho yellow
streak. Comparo his course with tho
really dignified, exit of that othor seek
er nftcr world domination, Napoleon.
The Dutch government pretended to
bo surprised and disconcerted by the
arrival of William, but In renllty It
knew ho was 'oralng nnd nrrnnged
for tho event. There Is a report that
tho former kaiser will eventually tnko
up his residence In his pnlace on tho
Island of Corfu. This presupposes
that tho allies will not take possession
of his person and put him on trial for
his monstrous crimes ngnlnst civiliza
tion. Tho Germnns themselves might
dccldo to do this, for thero Is an In
sistent demand among them that such
wnr leaders as Admiral von Tlrpltz,
Mnjor General Kelm, Admiral von
Uoltzendorff and Dr. Wolfgang Knnpp
be arrested nnd tried. Hlndcnburg
and others of tho army commander
hnve sought to evndo such fnto by sub
mitting to the rulo of the soldiers'
Tbo former empress of Germany Is
sold to bo HI In Potsdam, and thero
nro all kinds of rumors nbout the ex
crown prince. Probably few care
whether or not ho has been killed.
Charles of Austria by abandoning
his throne dodges the great task of
straightening out tho affairs of tho
countries that comprised his realm.
This will dovolvo on tho penco confer
ence, and doubtless will not be settled
without many disputes over conflicting
claims and aspirations. As was fore
seen, tho German part of Austria has
elected to become a part of the new
There was grout rejoicing along the
entire front In France and Belgium
when tho news spread of tho signing
of the armistice. Allies and Germans
alike cheered the announcement and nt
once emerged from their trenches and
threw aside tho caution to which long,
years of warfare had accustomed
them. The retrogrado movement of
the Huns was accelerated In obedience
to tho terms of the armistice but for
several days the allied armies did not
follow them. Then begun their own
advance Into the regions the enemy had
been forced to evacuate.
On Thursday It was announced that
tho Americans had crossed the frontier
toward Mctz and Strassburg, and that
on Sunday Marshal Foch, commander
In chief of tho allied armies, would
mnko formal entry Into thoso cities
of Lorrnlno and Alsace in tho presence
of President Polncnro nnd Premier
In Brussels nnd other cities tho Ger
man soldiers got out of hnnd and wero
reported to bo burning and pillaging.
Tho allies' high command at once
warned tho Germnn htgh command
that unless this violation at tho arm
istice terms wero stopped the allies
would take drastic steps.
It Is generally ngreed now that the
world pcaco conference will meet some
where In Europe, probnbly In Ver
sailles. Whether or not President Wil
son will attend Is not settled. It hns
been suggested that he be present nt
tho opening and then return homo to
attend to the vastly Important domes
tic problems that must be solved. Pos
sibly America's representatives at the
pence board will include Secretary Lan
sing, Colonel House, Ellhu Root and
Justlco Louis Brnndels. The proceed
ings of tho conferenco nre suro to bo
protracted, and well informed corre
spondents nro amusing themselves and
their renders by speculating on the
conclusions that It will reach. Briefly,
they predict that Germany will bo com
pelled to restore Alsnce-L'orntlno to
Franco; that Luxemburg will bo united
to Belgium; that Polnnd will receive
large additions, including part of Prus-
sin with an outlet to the sea, nnd pnrts
of Austria ; that Serbln will get Bosnia
nnd Herzcgovlnn; that Italy will re
ceive the Trentlno, Trieste and most of
Dalmatla ; that a plebiscite may bo J
iukcii iu ueiermine me desires or tlie
Croats und Slovenes; that Ukralnla
may get part of Galldo ; that England
Is to hnvo Mesopotamia and Franco
will take Syrln, and tlint Palestine
will become an Independent stnto.
Among the many difficult things to bo
settled nre -the conflicting claims of
Ituly, Serbia and Greece; tho status
of tho Arabs nnd of Armenlu ; the dis
position of Constantinople and the
coast of Asia Minor, and the reduction
of Bulgnrla to the weakest of the
It is expected that the peace confer
ence will open in the latter part of
December, after tho English parlia
mentary elections, nnd nlreudy the
representatives of all tho smnll na
tionalities with grievances nro gather
ing in Paris. Many of the questions, It
Is understood, will be settled In ad
vance by tho entente powers and the
Turkey Is awaiting In dread the rep
aration demands of the nllles. Al
ready tho nllled fleet has passed
through the Dardanelles mid dropped
anchor off Constantinople. The men
now In control In Turkey hnve accused
Tnlaat Pashn, former grand vizier;
Enver Pashn, former minister of wnr,
and DJemel Pasha, former minister of
mnrlne, at embezzlement and other
crimes, and thoso worthies hnve fled
from the capital.
Before the Ink wus dry on the armi
stice agreement America began turn
ing to the problem of getting buck to a
pence footing. Its solution will require
the best work of our wisest minds.
Tho demobilization of tho immense
army will be gradual, and the men will
bo returned to civil life In the order
of their Importance In peaceful pur
suits and with proper regard to the
ability of industries to absorb them.
The National Association of Manufac
turers gives assurance tlint every man
will find nwultlng htm tho plnce ho
left when he went Into tho service, nnd
there is little doubt thnt thero will be
work for all. Innumerable projects
that wero suspended owing to tbo de
mands of the wnr will be resumed at
once, and the demnnd for labor on
these public and private enterprises
will bo enormous.
Tho department of wnr put a sud
den stop' to the sending of drafted men
to tho nnny camps and notified men
between tho ages of thirty-two nnd
forty-six to return their questionnaires
unflllod. Tho men below twenty-one
now in the camps may be retained
there for n time, for tho training und
possibly to rcplnco somo of those who
already have seen service. In Europe.
As for the army on tho other side, It
Is likely to be there for a good many
months yet, for there will bo n big Job
of policing to be done. Tho navy nnd
marines still nro taking recruits. Their
part In enforcing the nrmlstlce nnd
peace terms will be n considerable ono,
If present plnns are carried out.
Many of tho regulations to which
wo hnvo grown accustomed In tho pnst
year and a half tiro being abandoned.
Tho food administration has suspend
ed the rule requiring tho use of wheat
substitutes In baking and has Increased
tho sugar ration In somo stntes, but
at tho smno tlmo emphasizes tho ne
cessity for continued conservation of
all staple foodstuffs. Deferred build
ing projects amounting to many mil
lions of dollars were released by Chair
man Bnruch of tho war Industries
board, and many Industrial restric
tions wero removed.
The government's contracts for wnr J
materials nre not to be cnncellcdj
abruptly, so the contractors will hare
time for readjustment.
The people of America are being
kept nwnlco to the fact that with the
near appronch of peace their financial
responsibility due to tho war has not
ceased. At tho present time thoy nro
cnlled on to raise a hugo Wnr Work
fund to bo expended by tho seven or
ganizations whoso work Is by no means
ended. Then, enrly next year, there
probnbly will be n fifth Liberty loan,
for tho nation's expenditures duo di
rectly to tho wnr must bo enormous
for n long tlmo to como. Most of whnt
was raised In tho past was spent be
fore It was received.
HOW TO FIGHT
By DR. L. W. BOWERS.
- Avoid crowds, coughs and cowards,
but fear neither germs nor Germans 1
Keep tho system In good order, take
plenty of exercise in tho fresh nlr nnd
prnctlco cleanliness. Remember n clean
mouth, n clean skin, nnd elenn bowels
arc n protecting armour against dlscnse.
To keep tho liver nnd bowels regulnr
and to carry nwny the poisons within,
It is best to take n vegetable pill every
other day, made up of May-apple, aloes,
Jalnp, and sugar-coated, io bo had at
most drug stores, known ns Dr. Plcrco'f
Pleasant Pellets. If there Is n sudden
onset of whnt appears like a hard cold,
one should go to bed, wrap warm, take
u hot mustard foot-bath ond drink copi
ously of hot lemonnde. If pain develops
In bend or back, ask the druggist for
Anuric (anti-uric) tablets. These will
flush the bladder and kidneys nnd carry
off poisonous germs. To control the
pains nnd aches take ono Anuric tablet
every two hours, with frequent drlnki
of lemonade. The pneumonia appears
In n most treacherous way, when the
Influenzu victim Is nppnrently recover
ing nnd anxious to leave his bed. In re
covering from n bad attack of Influenza
or pncumonln the system should be
built up with n good herbal tonic, such
as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery, mado without alcohol from the
roots nnd barks of American forest
trees, or his Irontlc (Iron tonic) tnblets,
which enn be obtained at most drug
stores, or send 10c. to Dr. Pierce's Inva
lids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., for trial
will set you right
Small Pill, Small Dote, Small Price
Carter's Iron Pills
Will restore'color to the facet of
those who lack Iron In the blood,
Mmost pale-faced people do.
Get the Genuine
They Don't Feel Friendly.
"Tho idea of thoso Germnns seema
to bo to kill ns many advancing Amer
icans ns they can nnd then shout
"Does the plnn work?"
"Not always. After one or two ex
periences of thnt sort Is It any wonder
thnt the Americans seem to be afflicted
with Incurnblo deafness!" Birming
KIDNEY TROUBLE OFTEN
- CAUSES SERIOUS BACKACHE
When your bsclc aches, and your blad
der and kidneys seem to be disordered,
o to your nearest drug store and get a
bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root. It
U" physician's prescription for ailment
of the kidneys and bladder.
It has stood the test of years and has
a reputation for quickly and effectively
giving results in thousands of cases.
This preparation so very effective, ba
been placed on sale everywhere. Get a
bottle, medium or large size, at your near
However, if you wish first to test this
S reparation send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer
; Co., Bingliatnton, N. Y., for a sampls
bottle. When writing be sure and men
tion this paper. Adv.
The Real Article.
"I'm n very busy mnn, sir. Whnt 11
"I want to make you rich."
IJust so. Leave your reclpo with
mo and I'll look It over later. Just
now I'm engaged In closing up n little
deal by which I expect to mako $3.60
In real money." Brooklyn Citizen.
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Send today for free samples of Cutl
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how quickly they relieve Itching, skin
and scalp troubles. For free samples,
address, "Cutlcura, Dept. X, Boston."
At druggists nnd by mall. Soap 25,
Ointment 25 nnd CO. Adv.
"What on enrth can n host do with
a mnn who uses such choppy talk?"
"Ho can uso him to break tho Ice."
In noble hearts tho feeling of grotl
tudo has all tho urdor of n passion.
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