The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, February 22, 1923, Image 3
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It Is a denial of Hinduism to kill n human being to protect a cow: Hindus are enjoined to protect tho cow by self-purlllcntl.in, by self-sacrifice. The present-day cow protection lias degenerated Into a perpetual feud with the Mussulmnn, whereas cow protection means conquering the Mus sulman by our lovo." FREEDOM FROM LAXATIVES Discovery by Scientists Has Replaced Them. Pills and salts give temporary re lief: from constipation only at the ex pense of permiuient injury, says an eminent medical authority. Science bus found a newer, better way u means us simple us Nature. Itself. In perfect health n natural lubricant keeps the food waste soft and moving. Hut when eonstlputlon exists this nat ural lubricant is not sufllcient. Medi cal authorities have found that tho gentle lubricating action of Nujol most closely resembles that of Nature's own lubricant. As Nujol Is not a laxative It cannot gripe. It Is In no sense a medicine. And like pure water It Is harmless nnd pleasant. Ts'ujol Is prescribed by physicians; used In leading hospitals. Get n bottlo from your druggist today. Advertise ment. Escaping the Critics. He was showing his friends his new bouse. "This," he snld, "Is an Idea of my own. It Is my bridge whist room." "How very small. Tliero Is room hero only for four chairs." "Yes," he replied, "that's tho lden. I wanted cto have one place where wu could play bridge without being both ered by the experts who merely wnnt to look on." I O, Wondrous Age I I "Dr. Harvey I trace Lemon of tho I University of Chicago's department of , physics will lecture on tho secrets of Ills department by radio tonight." News Item. When a wlfo reigns she sometimes Btonns. It Is wcli to bo confident, best to bo sure. IlllllllllllllllllllinillllllllllllllllllllllllU Indian Lodge Tales By Ford C. Frisk nillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll: THE LOST CANYON T ONO j nrs ago, before our fathers and our fathers' fat hers were born, but long after the Maiiltou bad rreated the boiling springs and the beautiful hills and the vullc.vs for bis children, the cIiom'ii people were rich and prosperous. Gold nnd silver they I had In plenty nnd the brave ones of the tribes v. ore glorious ornaments and rings and' bracelets made from pure gold thelook from the hl'ls where the Maiiltou hail laid It. And all the chosen people were hap py, and there was plenty of food and plenty of meat and the entire tribe vvuxed rich from the fruit of the plains and the gold and silver of the bills. Hut one day there came from the southlands strange white men, swarthy of countenance, bepilng strange rods which spit forth tire and sparks and which Killed at long distance. Their clothes were strange to look upon and on their faces they grew long hair, and their language wns u strange one to the chosen people, who made them welcome nnd who shared their tepees with the strangers. When the strangers saw the gold and silver ornaments they became much excited, and by gesture and strange speech they demanded to know where the precious metal could be found i And then' wns no one among the j chosen people to tell them bow to go or where to llud the gold mid those who knew- only shook their heads ami ran away, for they were sore afraid. When the chosen people would not tell, the strangers became angry and turned upon them with their magic rods ami from the rods came thunder and llinues, and many of the chosen race were killed and sorrow was on tho land. And the chosen people ran and bid In the canyons and in the hills whllo the struugfts roamed the land. Final ly one day they found one of the chosen ones, the son of the aged chief, and took him anil bound htm fast nnd threatened him with death unless he would lead them to the spot when -e came the gold. Now It so happened that all the gold was taken lrom a hidden canyon and no one knew Its entrance except the chief nnd his sons and bis family. And when the slm was captured then the old chief came forth from the moun tuin where he was hid and promised to tnke the strangers to the gold If they would spare the life of bis son. This they promised to do. So the nged chief led them In sor row to the hidden canyon and the strangers laughed and shouted and beat him on the back and spit In bis fate. And when they saw tho gold they shouted uloutl and each and every one throw down bis rod nnd be gan to pick and dig at the shining rock where the gold wns hidden. And the chief then asked the leader for his son that he might lend him back safe and unharmed. Hut the leader only laughed, and turning his rod toward the young lad he killed him there, nnd then be slew the chief while all the while the others laughed and Joked. t Hut when the Maiiltou saw the cru elty anil greed of the strangers lie win very wroth. And as they killed the chief he sent the darkness. And In his anger he picked n thunderbolt nnd hurled It earthward to the walls of the canyon. The wnlls split anil slid In, and all the strangers were burled up In the muss, nnd the mouth of the canyon was closed by the slide and the strangers could not get out and there they died and there wns nono to help them In their plight. When the chosen people snw what the Manltou bad done, they fell on tlielr faces and thanked him for bis grace, which saved then from the cruel and grasping strangers. And there they vowed that never more would they enter the canyon walls for fear of death. So was the canyon lost and to this day no one has been able to llnd its mouth or enter to gather tliero the gold. Yet It Is there between the two great peaks a giant canyon cl.tsnd ut both Its ends. If you doubt, go forth nnd llnd It there. And if you enter Into Its hid den depths there will you find I be magic rods of those who went before. And there are riches too, for lilin who tluds nnd enters in the canyon which Is lost. Fatal Lapse of Drain Action. Sudden lapse of brain action on the part of the engineer has been the cause of a large proportion of railroad collisions IP this country. Hs4 the Wrong Ellen. It itAri out In tile country, whore about ten farmers are on one purtv ' telephone line. Hy menus of varied rings one enn telephone to any one of tlio others without culling central. One day I called tip my friend, lOllen, and asked her to go to the dance with me. 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