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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA, CHIEF
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Largest Percentage of Income
Tax Returns Come From
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA NEXT
Southern Agricultural States Are Well
Down the List New York Leads
In Total Returns Million
Washington. Interesting tilts of In
formntlon relating to American In
comes nro Included In the Treasury
department's report covering returns
for the calendar year 1010, which has
Just been made public.
Contrary to popular opinion the larg
est percentage of returns according to
population was not from tlio wealthy
Industrial centers, but from Alaska
nnd tlio District of Columbia. The
territory's showing 17.17 per cent
was explained by tho number of In
dividuals operating their own business,
while that of tho District of Columbia
13.-I0 per cent was believed to have
resulted from the high ratio of govern
mono employees with salaries of raoro
thnu $1,000 a year.
Tho southern agricultural states In
variably were far down tho list. Mis
sissippi citizens inndo returns com
prising only 1.83 per cent of tho total
population; North Carolina, 1.45 per
Scot, nnd Alabama, 1.7-1.
New York led In total returns with
roc than $3,000,000.
Sources of Revenue.
Tfco analysis mado by tho treasury
pt tlio sources of Incomo showed thnt
thoto In tho $1,000-$2,000 class ob
tained 77 per cent of their personal
ffcfeiuo from wages nnd salaries, 3.S
pei' cent from rents nnd roynltles, 1.4
per cent froln dividends nnd 4.7 from
interest on Investments.
This was contrasted with tho tax-
Eayers with Incomes of 51,000,000 who
row only 1.84 per cont from salaries,
23 per cent from partnerships, 11 per
cent from snlo of real estate, stocks,
etc., 0 per cent from rents nnd royal
ties, 88 por cent from dividends nnd
11 per cent from Interest on Invest
ments. Deductions permitted by tho govern
ment also showed a wldo variance,
amounting to 7.47 per cent for Incomes
between $1,000' nnd $2,000 and 20.43
per cent for incomes of $2,000,000 nnd
Agriculture in Lead.
Agriculture nnd related Industries
comprised mpro than 81 per cent of
those making returns, "trado" 20 per
cent nnd public service 22.
Corporations reporting "no not In
come" totaled 110,504; tho aggregate
deficit In this class was $005,000,000.
Wales and His Fine Indian Tiger
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Tho princo of Wales' first big gnmo hunting expedition to tho wilds of Nlpnl
on tho southern slopo of tho Iltmnlyas, India, was of unusual success, his royal
highness bagging ns flno u specimen of n tiger ns tho best of professional hunt
ers ever hoped for. Like all gcnulno sportsmen tho prince proceeded to havo
his picture taken with Ids prlzo.
HE MAKES A
Radio Operator on Doomed Ship
Grim Humorist to Last.
fTalks as If He Were Going on Lark
In Port Instead of to Bottom of
Sea Not a 8oul Saved
Now York, Tho grim humor of a
wireless operator, who laughed at
death and flashed bits of wit Into the
ether as his ship, tlto Norwegian steam
er Grontoft, with thirty persons on
board, wallowed and slowly sank dur
ing a mid-Atlantic hurricane, was
recorded on tho radio log of tho Dan
ish steamer Estonia.
Each detail of tho ship's plight,
each call for aid, was supplemented by
tho Jesting comment of tho radio man,
whoso identity Is still unknown.
LIo tallica as if ho were going on n
lork in port Instead of to tho bottom of
the sea. Ills laBt message, a disjoint
Sevcnty-ono per cent of tho firms en
gaged in mining nnd quarrying de
clared thoy had mado no profit in 1010,
ognlnBt 40 per cent in ngrlcultur6 and
related lines and 13 per cent In tex
tiles. Interesting changes In tho flnnnclnl
status of certain taxpayers were noted
in tho report. One group of 001 each
who reported Incomes of under $100,
000 In 1014 was reorganized In 1010
so that only 100 remained In that
brocket; 180 returned Incomes of up
to $800,000, 205 up to $1,000,000 nud
eight over that figure.
On tho other hand 07 selected tax
payers, who paid on Incomes of $1,000,
000. and over In 1014, dwindled pro
grcsslvcly to 23 In 1010; eight of those
"lost" dropped back to tho $100,000
IODINE LEADS AS ANTISEPTIC
Especially Preferred by Physicians
Engaged In Industrial Work, Con.
ference Board Finds.
New York. Iodlno still holds first
plnco as a skin and wound disinfectant
In Biirglcnl technlc, particularly In the
Industrial medical field. Such objec
tions as havo been raised to it wcro
against tho danger of burns nnd tho
discomfort it causes rather than
against Its efllclcncy as n sterilizing
agent. In spite of tho great popular
ity attained by chlorln compounds in
tho treatment of war wounds, Iodlno
still holds Its general popularity and
fuvor In medlcnl circles in tho trent-
Wireless Telephone Receiving
Stations Are Rapidly Grow
ing in Number.
MILLIONS BY END OF YEAR
Washington Keeps No Record of Re
ceiving Stations, but Officials Estl.
mate Huge Number Will Soon
Be in Existence.
Washington. Before tho end of 1022
there will bo installed throughout tho
United States u minimum of 1,000,000
receiving apparatus to pick up tho
"chatter" that is being broadcasted
dally through the air by radio, so gov-
JOKE OF DEATH
ed one, was a scries of witticisms
with death as tho butt of tho joke.
Tho Estonia, Itself hard hit liv tho
110-mile gale, mado n valiant but un
successful effort to reach tho Grontoft,
which first sent out calls for aid when
about 700 miles cast of Capo Race.
Tho Estonia at that tlmo was forty
eight miles west of tho disabled Nor
wegian and steaming in an opposite
direction. Cnpt. Ilans Jorgcnsou or
dered his ship about and It steamed
slowly toward tho Grontoft.
Meanwhllo Itndlo Operator Hansen
engaged tho operator of tho Grontoft
In conversation. Tho latter sent out
first tho following a stereotyped Irony
of tho Tseos.
"God pity tho poor sailors on n night
like this." Then followed n series of
"And' say," ho continued, "tho old
man thinks this calm will bo over by
nightfall. Wo euro need somo breeze."
An hour later an urgent call for aid
was sent out by tho Grontoft, und Its
operator Jested again.
a Washtub Sentence I
Judge Gcorgo It. Ileftloy of
Huntington, W. Va., established
n precedent when ho sentenced
James Alexander to duty nt ids
wife's waslitubs, Alexander was
arrested on Ids wlfc'B complaint
that he failed to support her nnd
that ho was dependent on hor
earnings from washing clothes.
Arraigned In court, Alexander
pleaded lack of employment and
was sentenced to help his wife
do tho washing until ho found
ment of cuts and various Injuries In
Tho Conference Board of Physicians
In Industry, which nets as adviser to
tho National Industrial Confercnco
hoard. 10 East Thirty-ninth street, on
medlcnl problems In Industry, recently
Investigated tho extent In which iodlno
Is used as a wound disinfectant In In
dustrial work, tho strength In which It
Is used nnd tho method of preliminary
cleansing of tho wound before tho op
plication of Iodlno nnd dressings.
ncplles were received from 05 phy
sicians, all of whom wcro doing Indus
trial work or surgery closely allied
to Industry. Forty-live replied thnt
they used a solution of flvo per cent
strength or less nnd twenty used U. S.
P. or grcnter strength'. A few indus
trial physicians snld they did not use
Iodine, or only sparingly. Thcgo men
preferred such disinfectants as dl-chlornmlu-T,
picric ncld, Dakln's solu
tion nnd similar products. The objec
tion to Iodlno wns that it caused burns
Several physicians emphasized tho
importance of having tho skin per
pectly dry before Iodlno Is applied.
eminent ofllcinls In Washington esti
mate. No license nnd no record Is required
of rccelvlug stations nud thero Is no
way of knowing Just how many thero
are, but where there were only about'
25,000 a yeur ago It is believed thero
are at least 200,000 now, and of thnt
number fully half havo broken Into
tho radio gnmo In the past thirty days,
Developing Radio Operators.
Washington has never witnessed
anything like tho wuy tho wireless tel
ephone has caught tho imagination of
tho American people. All such mat
ters como under D. B. Carson, com
missioner of navigation in the Depart
ment of Commerce, Washington, who
Is literally deluged with applications
for licenses for sending stations, espe
cially tho big broadcasting plants.
Tho big growth hus como within tho
past month slnco the" few successful
demonstrations on a large scale of tho
wireless telephone. Prior to this tho
department conducted propaganda to
Interest amateurs to break Into tho
game, so tlio nation would hnvo a re
servo of radio operators who know tho
game. Now it con hardly answer tho
thousands of queries thnt come In.
Manufacturers of receiving, appara
tus for tho wireless telephone report
that thoy cannot begin to 1111 tho or
ders nnd are doubling their output
every fow weeks, while tho turning
out of homemade apparatus Is being
undertaken by the Inventive American
Farmer Will Benefit Most.
As government ofllcinls In Wash
ington see It, perhaps tho biggest beno
llt from this new and marvelous de-'
vclopinent will nccmo to tho farmer
In reducing his Isolation. Some months,
back tho Department of Agriculture
began broadcasting market reports,'
through postal stations nt six points.
Sim then three stnto universities nnd
n half dozen newspapers have taken
up tho proposition.
Less Manila Hemp Produced.
Moniln, P. I. Total production of
Mnnlln hemp In 1021 wns 092,822 boles,
compared with 1,051,001 ba!e3 In 1020,
a reduction of about 30 per cent. Tho
decrenso In production Is ascribed to
tho poor demand, especially in tho
United States, which is tho chief con.
suiuer of hemp.
"Well, tho steward Is making sand
wiches for tho lifeboats. Looks Uko
wo wero going on n picnic."
Again n half hour later he sent:
"Tho old wngon has n list Uko n run
down heel. This is no weather for a'
fellow to bo out In without nn urn-'
"Hold on," returned tho Estonia's
wireless, "we'll bo alongside soon."
Tho Grontoft did not reply "until forty
minutes inter. Then:
"Wo nro sinking stern first. Tho
boats nro smashed. Can't hold out any
"Tho skipper dictated thnt Ho
ought to know where did I put -my
hot7 sorry wo can't wait for you,
pressing business elsewhere
Six hours after picking up tho first
call from tho Grontoft tho Estonln
reached its reported position, nnd
though it cruised about for four hours,
failed to find oven n trnco of wreckage.
Tho number of hours tho fog along
tho Atlantic const Is greater toward
tho north, nnd has amounted to as
many as 1,000 hours per year.
Idle Husband Given
NEWS OF STATE
Recent Happenings in Nebraska
Given in Brief Items For
Tho east ward school building ntover the state.
(Ioldrcgc was completely destroyed by Mrs. Minnie Gnrrlson, of Lincoln,
Are. Tho loss Is estimated at $7",000. has brought stilt for .W0.000 ngntnst
Tho Hlgler Hurdwnrp Store of Bent- ( Drs. II. II., O. W. and M : II : Kverett
flee was broken Into for tho second who she alleges left a lMnch rubber
time within n week, several revolvers tube sewed up In her body n year ago.
K'i'u' tlPI,.' . J AI,)ort "" Alfred naumelster of
The North Omaha Manufacturers' Merrick pleaded guilty to having In
exposition wlfl be held nt Twenty- ti,0Ir position n pheasant which had
fourth street and Amos avenue during
the first week in April.
Preliminary arrangements for the or
ganization of the branch of the Knights
of Columbus nt Schuyler have been
made by tlio Columbus lodge.
The bnnk at Stnplehurst, was robbed
111 litffrrlttitl ttili ik litmil li .. ( n a l ml
raped with several hundred dollars 1
Worth of war saving stamps.
A Wide, printed In 1707 nt Com
bridge, England, was among articles
placed In tho new public school build-!
lug cornerstone Just Inld nt liny
: The elevator belonging to tho Te
feumsch Farmers' union was sold nt
public unction for $G,r00. A new com
pany will be organized to take over tho
Horticulturists state thnt prospects ' -"'ss Margaret Slttner, a Y. M. ('. A.
were never brighter for a fruit crop in employe nt Hastings, learned that in
the southeast section of the stnto. the meantime her mother, her sister
Cherries and other small fruit sliow!anl ler brother havo died, while her
grent prolnlc. father has become paralyzed mid two
F. W. Taylor. Omaha, regional chair-, brothers, nro caught In the famine re
man of the war finance committee ns-. slon.
sorts thnt federal loans aggregating District Judge W. M. Morning of
$10,0-11.000 hnvo been made to No-! Lincoln committed Zelmn Iiigg, III,
brnska farmers. j bride of Lewis P.lggs, 17, to tho (Jeiievn
Farm work Is reported three weeks . Industrial Schhonl for girls, nfler show
abend of the umiiiI season In Cheyenne'ling by Juvenile court ofllcinls of her
ano iJiiei counties. The soil is In good ,
condition In spite of the fact that the
winter hns been extremely dry.
Phillip Frost, farmer living between
Sargent and Bnrwoll, sustained two
broken arms and a split shoulder blade
when lip wns Jolted from his wagon as
it struck u ditch nnd his tenm ran
General John J. Pershing has no
titled the American Legion at Wayne,
thnt ho will accept the Invitation to
speak at the Fourth of July celebration
If his presence In Alaska is not neces
sary at that tlmo.
rhonins Piirmeloe, 40, former mnyor ,
of Plnttsmoutli, at one time president
of the Hank of Commerce nt Louis
ville, and for many years one of the
wealthy citizens of Nebraska, died nt
the stato hospital In Lincoln.
The board of education of consoli
dated district No. 14, southeast of
'"""' "' " ""l "W l "'
Dawson has let tho contract for the'
mwilnn nf n .... h-IM, hll,lm
wiili.li will r,.st nnnwirimniniv oo.nnn
exclusive of tho boating nnd plumbing.
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Loreno Taylor, formerly of Fullerton,
now employed by the Paramount I
-i ire cnrimnmon at uo.iywoou, cai., requesting that the governor recom
fn thft experimental photographic de-1 mcml to Noi,n,sI..,.s congressmen log
partment, has evolved a method by i ,, lllllt ,, Int,.n,lp(1 t0 nx tllt. pnco
which pictures can bo produced In ' 01I IIRricii!turnl products,
color at n nomicnl cost, I , , A ,
n , , , ' One of the largest prairie fires this
One hundred nnd (ifty-one acres of Hecl,on of . lHte ,,,, SCUI ,
land adjoining bo men's reformatory I ovCr a thlrty-mllo strip In southern
southwest of Lincoln were purchased Um.k cmmty ,mriliB thousands of
Vi,!!1-0 AV.V 1"',ir;1. of1co,1,t1 f"r l'- tons of hay and destroying pasturo
WIAj. Title to ho lam Is given I,y ,,,. Th(1 0JC1(;, lxtont ,,, tl,L ,,,.
X C. ncrest. 1 he additional land ac- affv ,111S ll0t ,;on IIHCcrllliIlc,,. lt ,8 ,)0.
aulred will bo used In developing Instl- llovi(, tlmt llM!re wns nn ,()SS ()C nre
tutlonnl enterprises Persons wero summoned from all over
Ity the terms of the will of tho Into, the southern part' of the country to
Chrlstene Muenstormanii, who died re- ( fight the Humes, hut were unable to
cently at bis homo near J.anham, sev- stay the progress of the fire until after
oral Lutheran organizations will re- It had swept through the territory
ceive bc(iipsts amounting to Sr,n00. ' around llutka postollice. and hnd reach
The sum of .fll.OOO Js willed to Martin ed to within a fo,w miles of Pony Lake,
Luther seminary of Lincoln; ?l,r00 Is only twelve miles south of Newport,
to he deposited at the Mulenherg Mis-1 Schuyler business men announced
jiloii, Liberia, Africa, port to bo used t Umt tlly ,mvi, pm-chaned the plant and
by the hospital for the maintenance of io1Hi)k of Wells-Abbott-MomaTi Co.,
n Wllholni and Chrlstene Muenstei- ,Kilt ,y nlo cinrk of the Omnlm
maun room. National bank a receivers' sale last
Claims aggregating $121,000 against November. The price paid wns !52."0,
the defunct American State bank of .000. This Is the largest milling in
Aurora, based upon alleged fraudulent stltutlon In the middlowost, with n ca
converslon of money nnd property by paclty of grinding 7,000 bushels of
Charles W. Wentz In his triple ofTIcInl ' wheat dally and of producing ,."00
cnpaclty, are upheld by tho Nebrashn barrels of flour dally. Upon the death
supreme court ns preferred Items of Chnuneoy Abbott, tho last of tho
ngnlnst thp assets of the bonk now In three founders, the plant was re-lncorp-possessloti
of A. F. Ackerman, re- orated and stock In tlio sum of $l,n00,
celver. The decision will wipe out n , 000 Issued and nearly 200 men wero
cash fund of approximately $100,000, .employed. The sharp decline of grain
It is stated. Wentz was prosecuted and flour during tho winter or 1020
nnd convicted for violation of the bnim- i"d '21 and tho tightness of tho money
Ing lnws and has an nppenl pending be- market forced tho plant Into the hands
fore the supreme court. (,f " receiver.
Nebraska lias a poultry population of The congregation of tho Presbyter.
10,000,000 fowls, nn Increase of 28 per , Inn church of Scnttshluff, by a vpte of
cent over ten years ago, according to two to one, decided to build the new
tho report of the state agriculture o-1 church homo on tho slto f the present
Tho stnte cnpitol commission nt Lin
ieoln has Installed an electric lino run
ning from the Iturllugton grounds
without waiting to ascertain the
court's decision on tho attempt of
property owners to obtnln nn injunc
tion. Materials are being hauled to tho
grounds and excavations are under way
Jn preparation for erecting tho $.",000,-
In nccordanco with a p2tItIon signed
by 200 business men and farmers, tho
Union Pacific has made Lodgepoio a
lag stop for train No. 10, facilitating
passenger truffle to points west.
The Methodist church at Mnrslond Is
raising a ten-aero field of Triumph ! h,s nil,1 woro ,rol(,
potatoes to. aid church activities. A Clint Adams of Peru pleaded guilty
farm motor machinery company has h, court to n complaint filed by County
(offered to farm half of the Held with Attorney Helnko charging him with
tneir motor ninciunery tor the purpose
of mnkliig comparative tests. A church
nt Harrison, hearing of the plnn, an
nounced that it wll) plant n field for
At the Seventeenth annual Automa
bile show, Omaha tho attendance wns
in excess of 10,000 persons tho opening
Tho farmers near Powell are organ
izing a company to take over tho
Powell elevator before the wheat-crop
A petition in the Interest of former
Governor John II. Morehead of ltlch
ardson county ns n demnrrnttr rim ill-
(date for governor Is being circulated
Just been killed. Pheasants are pro
tected by the law nnd so the Judge
fined them Sl.'IO and costs.
Said to hnvu drunk illicit liquor In
celebration of his twenty-fourth birth
day his first taste of hoozo Lennnrd
Whaley died In Lincoln sanitarium,
IJ.V V " !"m V'S,1K!n
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It cost Herman Lurcur. 10,000 rubles
J" M'n'1 lotu''' frll Kl Hussln to
his uncle, tho Itev. II. I). Penner at
Hentrlco. Normally this would repre
sent ?7,000 in United States currency.
Loronz recited a tale of famine nnd
In the first letter she had received
from her homo in Husshi In three voars
Immnturn ni:o. "This rnimnltiiipnt la
not for an offense committed," Judge
Morning said. "It is merely to give
her n chance to go to -chool. When
she Is released, she may retain to her
husband. Her marital status Is not
A peculiar accident happened to Mar
tin Larson, living south of Lexington,
wiille hauling to market u wagon toad
of hogs. When crossing tho old wood
en bridge ne.-oss the Platte river south
of Darr, n span gave away, letting tlio
wagon, pigs, horses and Larson fall
twelve feet into tho river. Larson was
successful in coming oiit without a
scratch and also succeeded In driving
and swimming the pigs to the bank.
which was about a half a mile away.
Tho horses were unhurt.
Governor McKelvle is not In sym
pathy with any program for fixing
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products, "8 "what tile hllslllOSS of tllO
"i?try nec.lH most now, and this in.
eludes the fanner, Is to bo let alone a
while so thnt the natural laws of econ
omy niny operate iiutrnmmeled," ho
,,;, , ' ,eUur t0 1(.nJnmm , .Marsh.
one near tho business district.
The recent rain nnd snow gnve tho
ground In tho western part of the stato
tho first good wetting It hns had for
over six- months. Farmers who had
examined their wheat were saying It
wns still nlive If only U could hnvo
moisture. Now it liau had tho much
needed moisture nnd no doubt In ft
few days the miracle of a resurrection
will he wrought In tho wheat fields.
W. N. Rrooks, of Pawnee City, bus
iness mnn, was seriously Injured
when ho fell down a long flight
of steps after losing his balance.
Ills shoulder, hack and three fingers
wore badly sprained and two hones In
passing n worthless check on n mer-
chant several months ago, lie was
fined ?25 and costs which lie paid muT
was released after making tho check
Lift Off with Fingers
t Doesn't hurt a bill Drop a littls
"Frcczonc" on an aching com, instantly
that corn stops hurting, then shortly
you lift it right of! with fingers. Truly!
Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of
"Frcczone" for a few cents, sufficient to
rcmovo every hard corn, soft corn, or
torn between the toes, nnd the calluses,
without soreness or irritation.
In n recently published story occurs
tho following: "Ilnving'thrust a New
Testament into ills pocket before
starting he now took It out and read
the Twenty-third Psalm." This must
have been n rare copy of tho Testa
ment, unknown to nny person other
than tho author and his character.
A Feeling of Security
You naturally feel recurc when you
know that the medicine you are about to
take is absolutely pure and contains no
harmful or habit producing drugs.
Such a medicine b Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, kidney, liver nnd bladder remedy.
Tho same (standard of purity, strength
and excellence is maintained in every
bottle of Swamp-Root.
It is scientifically compounded from
It is not a stimulant nnd is taken in
( It is not recommended for everything.
It is nature's great helper in relieving
Ind overcoming kidney, liver and blad
A sworn statement of purity In with'
every bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Gwamp
lloot. If you need a medicine, you should
have the best. On sale at nil drag stores
in bottles of two sizes, medium and large. v
However, if you wish first to try this jLi
prcat preparation send ten cents to Dr. fr
Jvilmer & Co., Ringhnmton, N. Y., for 4 -'
sample bottle. When writing be sure and
mention this paper. Advertisement.
Where Texas Draws the Line.
Personally we claim thnt women,
hnvo n right to smoke if thoy want to,
but we would bote to seo a Ifousewlfet
making pies with a pipe In her mouth, y
-flalvcston News. "
Whom They Do.
Orator "And speaking of work
" Voice From Rent "Landlords
do tho leased 1" Wayside Tales.
Baby Carriages &Fumiturv
Ask Your Local Dealer
Write Now for 32-Page
The Lloyd Manufacturing Company
Menominee, Michigan (19)
Use Martin's 100 Pure Varnltliea to
Drottct and btautlfr floors, doora nnd
frame, window taah and trim, etc Sim.
pie to apply, easier to keep clean, more ,
swing, lpanomi ana iiracuve.
Martin's 100 Pur VarnUha are
not uajitnttd wun renin, Mntla and
umiiu lUHiiraut. jn coti no mora
. uu i nit nor tutu wn. uroaiirajMd-
to tw mama's varaiaaaa. ir
aava no own in toot
19 wn, wnn lor nun
MARTIN VARNISH CO., Chlcaao, IU. I
jnajtsra or ;w rurm vamttht
LARQEST AND STRONGEST IN
THE CENTRAL WEST
Keep Nebraska Money In Nebraska
Patronize Home Industries
Watson B. Coleman
: r, ".u. AOTicaana book irea
Bate remonablc. Ulabatt referencei. UMtierrloea
1).C. Adrlcaand book Inm
booklct"Fmm Ratlrnad Clork to Oil Macnnto.''
FOR SALE-Alfalfa $7-Swect clover JC
Timothy U. John Mullmll, Boo City, lo'va.
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