The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, November 25, 1920, Image 3

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Another Royal Suggestion
Griddle Cakes and Waffles
From the New Royal Cook Book
THERE is an art in
making flapjack pan
cakes, griddle cakes or
'wheats, call them what
you will. But it is an
art very easily and
quickly acquired if you
follow the right recipes.
The secret, of course,
is Royal Baking Pow
der. Griddle Cakes
IK cups flour
teaspoon salt
8 teaspoons Itoyal
llaklng Powder
Iftcups milk
1 tablespoon shortening
Mix and sift dry Ingredi
ents; add beaten eges,
milk and melted shorten
ing: mix well. IJako Im
mediately on hot griddle.
t cups flour
4 Uaspoons Itoya.1
Baking Powder
teaspoon salt
1 cups milk
1 tablespoon melted
131ft flour, baking pow
der und salt together; add
milk to yolks of eggs; mix
thoroughly and add to dry
Ingredients; add melted
shortening and mix tn
beaten whites of 'eggs.
Sake In well-greased hot
waffle Iron until brown.
Serve hot with maple sy
rup. It should take about
1H minutes to bake each
ttatesman, Afflicted With Lost
Sight, Tells Good Story Bear
ing on the Subject.
Representative Sclinll, member of
the house of representatives from
Iflnncsota, Is blind, and has been for
ton years. During this time he says
that he has discovered Unit tho see
ing world has strange Ideas as to the
limitations of the blind; that It seems
to thnk because a man can't see he
can neither hear nor feel, und Is a
strange, detached piece o. human
mechanism that Is not to be reckoned
with directly, but through the guiding
Not long ago Mr. Schall was return
ing from his homo In Minneapolis to
Washington, accompanied only by his
small son Douglas. The first morning
they appeared In the diner the waiter
assigned to their table Inquired of
young Douglns: "Sou, what docs your
father want?"
"Why, orik him," quickly replied the
child, "he knows what he wants. As
for me, bring me pnncakes and snusage
aa! chocolate 1"
Remove Plaster With Gasoline.
Two letters to tho Journal of the
American Medical Association tell the
easiest way to remove nn adhesive
piaster. They are from Drs. Alanson
J. Abbe of Fall Itlvcr, and R. E. Dlck
on of Holyoku, Mass. They tell us to
se gnsollue instead of alcohol, wiping
the plaster over with It, peeling a cor
eer of the plaster back with the nail
tnd dabbing tinder the turned bnck
'With u piece of gauze soaked In gaso
line. Little by little tho gasoline will dis
solve the sticky substance and tho
whole plaster will come off without
ptdn to the patient.
Too Many After It
"Is it lucky to hnvo n rabbit's foot?"
I ddn't believe It is for the rabbit."
A Healthful Drink
With .
No After Regrets
You are sure of satis
faction when you make
your table beverage
Coffee drinkers delight
in the change because
of greater comfort,and
the price is attractive
because so moderate.
All the family will like
the flavor of Postum
At Grocers Everywhere
Hade by Postum Cereal Co., Inc.
Battle Creek.Mlch,
Abmolutety Purm
Made from Cream of Tartar,
derived from trap).
Hew Royal Cook Book cea
Ulnlng these and scons t
thtr dtllehtful recipes. Write
for it to day.
1U Fulton Street, lUw Tnk Oltr.
Its Rays So Powerful That They Can
Destroy the Useless or Dis
eased Tissue.
The use of radium In hospitals U
becoming more and more demanded
by the medical profession. Tho Sci
entific American, In telling of Its med
ical and surgical uses, explains that
It Is a tool end not a medicine. The
radium gives off three rays, known as
the alpha, beta and gamma rays. Tho
first, about 85 per cent of the total ray
force, can be stopped by tissue paper;
the second will penetrate 35 millimeters
of lead, while the third has a vibra
tion himllnr to the X-ray. This my
Is the one used In surgery.
The rays are sent Into the body,
and so powerful nro they that they
can penetrate to a great depth, and
there destroy the useless or dlsensed
tissue. As the good tissue has a
greater resistance than the bad, the
highly skilled operative can boor the
gamma rays on the olulcted part until
they hegln to destroy the good tis
sue, when the treatment must stop.
Knew What Was in Danger.
A couple of darkles were digging o
hole in hurd ground under u side
walk. One down In the half-finished
hole, held a small Iron pipe upright
upon the end of which the other pound
ed with n largo sledge In order to
loosen up tho dirt. Tho sledge wield
or swung the heavy tool rather reck
lessly and It looked as though he might
miss at any moment nnd strike his
comrade's head, Just below. A pass
ing white man muttered: "Better be
more careful, Tom, or you'll bring that
sledge down on Andy's head."
"All right, boss," replied tho sledge
swinger. "Ah'U be more careful; dlr
am de only sledge we got." New
York Post
Ambition Is always boxing content
meat on the ears.
rO- II
(Copy fur Thin tUTurtliiMit Supplied by
the American Legion New HervlCfi.)
Eben Putnam Performed Similar Serv-
Ice Before the Office Was Made
A life of singular variety and nd
renturo hn been that of Kben Putnam,
new-chosen nation
al historian of the
American Legion.
Mr. Putnam was
I. r ei I t Cntftll
Mims., Oct. 10, 18GS.
" He received his
education in pri
vate schools and
the Cambridge high
school. While he
was a boy he was
the companion and
assistant of his
father, the distinguished anthropolo
gist, Trof. Frederic Ward I'utnum, In
archaeological explorations In vurlous
parts'of the world.
Mr. Putnam has been deeply Inter
ested In genealogy, eugenics and New
England histories, nnd has compiled
and published n number of works on
these subjects. He has conducted cx
tenslvo Investigations over a period of
more than twenty-live years Into the
juestlon of Immigration. Ho Is a
member of the Society of Colonlnl
Wurs, the Sons of the American Revo
aitlon, the Military Order of Foreign
Wars, and American Historical Socie
ty. Early In the fall of 1013 Mr. Put
jttin became convinced that this coun
try must enter the war oveutunlly,
and Joined tho training school organ
ized In his state. He attended tho
Plattsburg camp the following sum
ner nnd the next winter was a mem
ocr of a provisional battalion of Infan
try. He was barred from n commls
lion In the line because of hls.ngc, but
an April 4, 1017, was commissioned a
rnptaln In the qunrtermnstcr corps.
HIb son also was In the service.
Mr. Putnnm served as assistant to
the depot qunrtermnster In Boston nnd
Inter served overseas In tho fuel
nrnnch. Ho was discharged August
22, 1010. Mr. Putnam 1b n charter
member of Wcllesley Post No. 72 of
the American Legion, nnd was Insur
ance ofllcer and post hlstorlnn until
he resigned to accept the post of de
partment historian for Massachusetts,
where he served also In the capacity
of a member of the state executive
committee. He lint performed the
duties of a nntionnl historian of the
i Legion before that olllco was innile
) permanent.
I State of Indiana to Erect Magnificent
Building to House Legion Na
tlonal Headquarters.
Tho erection of a magnificent build
ing to houso nntlonal headquarters of
The American Legion In Indianapolis
Is nssurod following the nctlon of Uie
Indlann state legislature, which voted
that the state war memorial should
tako the form of a structure for tills
A tract of state-owned land In the
center of Indianapolis; 000 feet long by
450 feet wide", will bo dedicated to tills
project and tho city has been author
ized to lncludo two additional city
blocks adjoining the state properties.
The result will bo a splendid plaza
with American Legion headquarters In
the center. The luntl Is valued at ap
proximately $12,000,000.
The Legion building will be con
structed under tho control of a board
of trustees appointed by tho governor
of Indiana. All members will be men
of tho Legion. Already tho Indiana
legislature has voted a tax levy which
will yield moro than $3,000,000 as an
earnest of ltd desire to adequately
house and equip natlonul headquar
ters of the Legion.
Mrs. Janette Logan Jacobs Has Been
Hard Worker In Interest of Dis
abled Ex-Service Mln.
A fearless nnd devoted worker In
die Interest of tho disabled ex-scrvlco
man, Mrs. .lun
ette; Logan Ja
cobs of New York
city, has proved
herself n sincere
friend of tho
American Legion.
It was Mrs. Ja
cobs who sup
plied the Legion
with many of tho
facts which It laid
before congress
when It demand
ed tho reform of
tho lederul board for vocutlonnl educa
tion, a reform which had been carried
out largely under tho direction of the
veterans' organization.
Post Meets In Two Towns.
When Leo-Bishop post of the Ameri
can Legion was orgnnlzed In the two
towns of Hudson and TwtiiBburg, O.,
a novel scheme was hit upon to avoid
ealousy between the communities.
Tho post holds Its sessions In the two
ol&ces oo alternate meeting nlghta.
K-7 A-
fe x
yAfaaaasR--' r Ti
Position of National Body, Adopted at
Cleveland Meeting, Made Clear
In Bulletin.
A clenr and well-defined exposition
of the olllclul attitude of the American
Legion toward organised labor Is con
tained In a bulletin Hout out by nn
tionnl headquarters of the Legion In
Indianapolis, setting forth tho state
ment on the question Issued by Past
National Commander D'Oller, which
was adopted by tho national conven
tion as the Legion's platform In Indus
trial dllllcultles. The Mutemeut fol
low s :
"The nttltudu of the Legion toward
organized labor Is the same us Its at
titude toward all groups1 of American
cltlrens who uru Interested In a square
deal for all In the maintenance of law
anil order, and the protection of tho
Institutions banded down to us by out
forefathers. In any controcrsy be
tween capital and labor, the Interest
of the American U-glon Is confined to
that of the maintenance of law and
order and, without taking part on
either side. In enso a situation should
arise where life and property nro en
dangered, It Is tho duty of members
of the legion to perform their full
duty as citizens, nccordlng to their
own conscience nnd understanding.
"In such a contingency It 1b tho
Legion man's duty to assist In tho
malntenauco of law nnd order by act
ing as nn Individual and offering bis
services to tho duly-constituted author
ities for the maintenance of Inw nnd
order. There Is nothing to prevent
the Individual member of the Legion
as an Individual from taking either
side In such a controversy but the
Legion, as un organization will not
do so."
Robert H. Tyndall Is Reappointed
National Treasurer by the Na-
tlonal Executive Committee.
Tho handling of tho finances of the
American legion will continue to be
directed ny od
crt IL Tyndc.ll, nn
tlonal treasurer,
who was roup-
jmil ..iff,. l ywn.T U V V
wV??!c BltIon hy the "n"
XljYa t,onal cxecutlvo
Jy. ' v-jinfefc committee. Mr.
Wk m Tvndn.ll Is n na
tive of Indianapo
lis, and during tho
war served as
colonel of the One
Hundred and Fif
tieth Field Artillery, Forty-second
("Rainbow") division. Ho wus In
command of the regiment throughout
the war nnd wns with the nrmy of oc
cupation in Germany until April, 1017.
Previous to his1 service In tho World
war Mr. Tyndall had long been Inter
ested In mllltnry nffalrs. He enlisted
In Ilattery A of the Indlnna Natlonul
Guard In October, 1807. Tho battery
was mustered Into the Twenty-seventh
Indlann Volunteer Battery on Mny 10.
1808, becoming n part of tho expe
ditionary forces In Porto Rico during
August and September or that year.
In 1000 ho enlisted In tho reorganized
Indlnna Nntionnl Guard and served us
corporal, sergeant, lieutenant, nnd
captain of Ilattery A until 1013, when
ho wns promoted to major of tho First
Itnttallon, Indlann Field Artillery. He
served on the Mexican border from
July, 1010 to January, 1017, and re
ceived the runk of colonel In April,
Philadelphia County Committee Ap
peals to President Wilson to
Provide Firing Squads.
Following advices from the adju
tant gcncrul of the array to the effect
thut it Is Impracticable for the War
department, without a special appro
priation for transportation expenses,
to provldo military escorts for Uio
burial at Philadelphia of Boldler dead
whose bodies are being returned from
overseas, tho Philadelphia county com
mittee of the Legion has appealed to
President Wilson to provldo at least
two tiring squnds for this purpose
from Camp d or through tho Frank
ford, nrsenul, at Philadelphia.
"Tho American Legion represent,
tlves," tile letter reads, "wero not sat
isfied with tho excuse offered by the
adjutant general of tho army for re
fusing to assist In meeting this emer
gency. Tho bodies of soldier dead ot
the A. E. F. ure being returned to
Philadelphia dully, and as many as
five requests a tluy aro being received
by tho American Legion. The Legion,
through Its representatives in tho
county organization, took the portion
that It cannot nvold Its responsibility
to, honor thetw men who gave their
lives for their country.
"The United States army Is now re
crulted to u strength of 800,000. It
was tho unanimous opinion among tho
Legion representatives of the 70 posts
In this county, that as commander In
chief of the United States army, you
might consider it a privilege to assign
to Philadelphia 10 men who might
servo as military escorts, thus assist
ing the American Legion In perforin,
lng n paramount pntrlotic duty."
Tho letter was signed by Romoln O.
Ilassrlck, secretary of tho committee.
Legionnaires as Guard of Honor.
Impressive ceremonies marked tho
funeral of Elbert F. Wuld, late com
munder of the Department of Panama,
whose body wub laid to rest In the
National cemotery at Arlington. v.
Cutlcura for Sore Hands.
Bonk hands on retiring In the hot suds I
of Cutlcura Soup, dry nnd rub In Cu
tlcura Ointment. Remove surplus
Ointment with tissue paper. This Is
only one of the things Cutlcura will do
If Soap, Ointment and Talcum ure UBed
for all toilet purposes. Adv.
Who Made the Sign?
One day I went to a new grocery
and the clerks wero nil busy, so tho
proprietor bustled up to me. He wns
extremely affable, so I had no hesita
tion In asking him who printed tho
sign In the window It was poorly
printed und some of the words wero
"Why?" he asked.
"Whoever made It didn't know how
to spell," 1 replied, grinning.
"1 made the sign," wns all he Fnld,
but It was enough. 1 turned hastily
away. lixchnuge.
Catarrh Is a local disease greittlr Influ
enced by coiiBtltutlomil conditions.
Tonic and Wood Purlllcr. 13y clennslnR
the blood nnd bultdlm: up tho Bysttmt,
normal conditions und allows Nature, to
do Its work.
All UruKKlstn. Circulars free.
V. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Where Lies Arcadia?
A correspondent suggests thnt one
way of celebrating the Pilgrim cen
tenary would be for a lot of new pil
grims to get together und, llkt? their
forefathers, take ship nnd sail uwuy
from profiteering, labor troubles, rent
raising, taxes and gramr.phoues. All
very well but whither? Boston Trail
Thousands of women have kidney and
bladder trouble and never suspect it.
Womcns' complaints often prove to be
nothing else but kidney trouble, or the
result of kidney or bladder disease.
If the kidneys are not in a healthy
condition, they may cause the other or
gans to become diseased.
Pain in the back, headache, loss of am
bition, nervousness, are often times symp
toms of kidney trouble.
Don't delay starting treatment. Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, a physician's pre
scription, obtained at any drug store, may
be just the remedy needed to overcome
such conditions.
Get a medium or large site bottle im
mediately from any drug store.
However, if you wish first to test this
(Treat preparation send ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a
sample bottle. When writing be sure and
mention this paper. Adv.
"Grandpa, when I'm grown up cun't
I get married?"
"My child, I regret to see you antici
pating trouble so early In life."
No Wonder.
"Buttle told me be had had a raw
deal.", "Yes, he wus soro because he
was roasted."
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Kill That
Cslds, Coughs
Neglected Colds are Dangerous
Take no ckancea. Keep this standard romedy handy for the arst i
Breaks up a cold In 24 hours Rsllsvse
Grippe in 3 days Excellent for Headache
Quinine la this form does not affect the head Caacara is bast Toale
Laxative No Opiate In Hill's.
osv Kjne5HS
at in Skin
Because of her rosy cheeks and
satin skin a woman attracts the.
admiration of all men. When the.
young woman
' peers in he
glass, she may
sec p i m p I e t
and blotches
and she: im
mediately goei
to the drug store for paint, povr
ders and beauty creams, when sh
should go there for a blood med
cine and stomach alterative knows
as "Golden Medical Discovery."
This vegetable tonic and blood
alterative clears the skin, beauti
fies it, increases the blood supply
and the circulation, while pimple,
boils and eruptions vanish quickly
Ask your nearest druggist for Dr
Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
cry in tablet or liquid form or send
10c. for trial package of tablets toj
Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel b
Buffalo, N. Y.
Clogged-Up I
Liver Causes
Ifs foolish to suffer from conatlpitJoa
sick headache, biliousness, dizziness,
indigestion, and kin
dred aliments
Carter's) lgmrwm&
Littles Liver VrHniCltO
Pills will end JHIITTLC
au misery inyn bb ixxfr
PureW veae arwl ra
table. Act
gently on liver and bowels.
Small PUl-Small Dose Small Met)
Exceptional opportunity at the present time
for young women ovor nineteen years of art
Who have bad at least two years In high school
to take Nurset Training In general noipltaV
Oar graduates are In great demand. Address
Supt, of Nurses, Lincoln Sanitarium
Lincoln, Nebraska
For Infants and Children..
Mothers Know That
Genuine Castoria
Bears the
For Over
Thirty Years
Cold With
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