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This photograph proves the use of black troops by the French In their occupation of the Itutir. One black and :vvo'
white non-commissioned ollleers In a French company are plctuied above at Wurdeii, In tho Ittihr. Hitter complaint!
have been made against the use of black troops In the Utilir.
Thanks Prenatal Influence
Mrs. Itutb J. Wild nnd her beautiful daughter, Lois Wild of llrooklyn,
y. The mother firmly bcltuves that her daughter's beauty and talent came
her through the earnest thoughtH the mother had during the prenatal
period. Mrs. Wild read only (lie liest literature, saw only beniitlful paintings
and danced and sang In her heart and the result Is Lois. '
Mussolini's Private Plane
w h AM,Lr$ Kpl'iWK far ?"&$ IS $ A
Premier .Mussolini seated In ids prlwito aeroplane before leaving Milan,
Italy, on a secret mission. Tim Italian premier Is greatly Interested in aviation
and watches eager! tne progress being made In the air.
Boys Were Taken for Girls
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The Tomson twins, Pngllsh dancers, whom V. II. Savage, theatrical
producer, believed were sisters, and afler making a fruitless trip to New York
for a contract were returned to their natl.e country, without n contract,
They returned on the S, S. Ilerengnrlu on the last trip eiiBt.
French Use Black Troops in
JAZZ AT DEATHBED
"Come on Frank, the doctor says
you can't live anyway, you can drink
all the moonshine you want to," Mrs.
Florence Ulerlng. chief w'tness for tho
state In the Kllmek murder trinl at
Chicago, testified Mrs. Kllmek snld to
her dying husband. She also added to
the comfort of the deathbe.1, the wit
ness testified, by showing him coflln
ads and playing Jazz, music on tho
phonograph. The picture stiows Mrs.
Iilering on the stand.
$10 MEANS FORTUNE
While racking pool balls in the serv
ice club of the l.ettertiiiin General hos
pital, San Fnmel.sco, I'rlwite Frank
Wojclechowskl (shown above) received
a letter which told hl.u that ho bad
made his uncle, President Wojclechow
skl of Poland, a wealthy man. Frank
recently sent his uncle a $10 bill which,
when converted Into Polish currency,
brought -J4.000 marks.
PREACHES FOR MUTES
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Ituv, Howard 12. Snyder, who recent
ly held a sign and lip service for
mutes of the Lutheran faith, at the
Church of Holy Communion, In Phil
adelphia, Pa., and tho church was
filled with mutes anxious to "hear"
the sermon. Hev. Snyder plans to give
up his pastorate at tho Christ Luth
eran church nt Chestnut hill, Pa., nnd
devote Ills time to forming a congre-
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I gallon for mutes.
NEWS OF NEBRASKA
IN CONDENSED FORM
Recent Happenings in Nebraska
Given in Brief Items For
J. W. Larson, near Ci exton Urt forty '
bead thoroughbicd roland China hogs
In the blizzard.
A Itojal Neighbors lodge has been
f 'lined at Randolph with twenty-two
charter members. ,
Not foi years have ducks and geese
been so plentiful on the l'latle river as
In the last few dajs.
Covernor Itr.vnn has appointed
ileorgo A. Hall, former state treasurer,
as deputy secretary of llnance.
Sixty converts were made by the re
lul meetings Just elo-cd at the Con
gregational church at Harwell.
Kenneth Smith, L'- ear-old son of
Charles 10. Smith, of Hastings died of
burns retched when be fell into a tub
of boiling water.
(irant I.. Sbumway of Scottsbluffbas
been appointed by Covernor l'.yrnti as
deputy secretary of the Mute depart
ment of ngrlciiltuio.
Saturday morning the Loup river at
('.unveil' was wide open. Less than
twenty hours Inter It was frozen solid,
the iptlckest frccz(. In history.
Arrangements are being made by
representatives of the fulled Stntes
aerial mall service for an emergency
lauding Held at (Irniid Island.
A .1. Weaver a well known Falls City
...an .has been appointed a member of
the board of niniiai;ors of the state
board of agriculture, succeeding the
late Dr. P. I,. Hall.
Dr. Frank II. linstock, pioneer of,
Hayes and Hitchcock counties, is dead
at Palisade at the age of 1(V He was
a civil war veteran. j
The Washington school building nt
lied Cloud, the main part of which wiis
built In lSSU, was completely destro.ved
by tire of unknown origin. j
Frank (Jardner, 1(5, of Coad met
death when he fell from a hay loft and
broke bis neck. He had gone to thc
barn to play with his dog.
Mr. and Mrs. L. I.arsen, of Ainsworth,1
celebrated their golden redding anni
versary last week, over fifty relatives
and friends being present at the cere- j
Nebraska eggs completely outclassed
(hose from other states at the second
annual ltutgers egg show held recently .
at Xew Brunswick, New Jersey. I
Tin campaign to raise funds for the
erection of new buildings for llrownell
Hall, at Omaha In order to make it onci
of the finest schools for girls In the
west, Is progressing.
The fiftieth anniversary of the class
of ISTIt of the state University
will lie I
celebrated In June, by the two mem-,
hers of that Class J. S. Dales of Lin
coln and Judge Snell of Seattle.
With practically no opposition the
state senate has passed on third rend-!
lug S. F. No. ."!, pM'iultting cities of'
o.OOO to lin.OOO population to enter the
municipal coal and Ice business. '
The recent snow, one of the lieavl-.
est in late years, which has piled up'
in some places waist deep, has saved
the wheat crop of Nebraska, according
to Professor W. W. Ilurr of the depart
ment of Agronomy of the State Unlver-'
"The Contllct" the health masque
whlib was to have been presented by
the physical education department of I
Donne college of Crete has been post-,
poned until April and T, on occouut
of Inclement weather and Impassable
The labor situation In Seward county ,
Is becoming a serious problem. Help is
eiv s-inrce and inan.v who have asked
the county agent for aid In finding a'
loli began to lose Interest In work as
soon as a Job on the farm was men
Honed. Lllsvvorlh Van Curreii. seven-year-old
son of P.en Van Cinieii, a W.viuore
carpenter, lost the indes linger of bis
right hand when he placed his hand In
the crack at the back of a heavy door,
at the Wymore high school, and the,
door was accidentally closed. '
Falls Cit.v will see its greatest year
,if activities in local history during
P.)l2.'t If all plans now under considora- (
tlon nialeriallze. The biggest building
project likely to be started will lie the
.J'J.'O.tHMi Ulehardson county court house
that will replace the structure burned
down tluee years ngo
The Class of V.MKl of the State Uni
versity, has begun elaborate prepara
tions for the celebration of "Home
Coining week." The twenty year gra
duates will have ejitlro charge of the
Tlie University of Nebraska Is now
one of the great educational Institu
tions of the United States 'in point of
attendance The grand total of registra
tion in the schools and colleges of the
Institution will approslinato ),r00 for
the year IIWJ-'J.'l. Five .vears ago, In
11)17 is, the number of unrepealed
names was I .fill). One year ago the
total was s.l'.m.
Mrs Karl Whaley, of Custer county,
,11) j ears old, and a grandmother, bus
given birth to her twelfth child, n son.
Mrs. Wbaley's eldest daughter married
some time ago, Is the mother of a son.
Receipts at the South Omaha Market
for March 17 were the heaviest of any
Saturday In the history of the yards.
For the week It made a total of more
Mum 01,000, which Is the heaviest week
for this ear, and the total for the
month, so far, '-I7S,(mmi bead, shows an
Increase of (Kl.OOO head over the same
period In 1010, which holds tho record i and the sixth limn an Innocent farmer
for March receipts of nearly -100,000 who bud been Impressed b the on
Jiead. vlcts to drive them ncroxs the cnnmiv
A UNIQUE ESTABLISHMENT.
A $65,000 Building for the Housing of
Homeless Dogs and Cats.
Tho completion of a new SU.l.OOO mil.
tii 1 1 1 shelter of tlit Nebraska liiiiinitic
.Society brings to Oinnliit n building
nnliini! in tin middle west. It will pio
vide for the housing of stray dogs and
cats, the Immune killing of dicused
ami unwanted animals and tin- care of
animals needing medical attention. Tim
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""' " nPiti nn iwo ki-ihh-i
"Ullis, IHH I'lllMIII Ml IIOMI !"
each, nine Malls for horses and cow s mi
operating room, morgue, drug room and
a separate contagion or Isolation wind.
A court Is provided with runs fur the
animals and there is even a 'ieclal
kitchen and bath for the canine resid
ents. The building will be tin- hendtpiartcia
for all the work of the oclet which
Includes a children's and girl's pro
teethe division and a Iluuiane IMuca
tlon department. These olllces are on
the second lloor which also contains a
live room apartment for the caretaker
and a large nssemblv room to be used
for meeting and lectures.
Tho new Christian church at Aurora
was dedicated last Sunday. A plpf
organ will be installed shortly. '
Harry Koblbcrg, l-i, Is to be given n
bronze medal by the Omaha l'.oy Scout
organization in recognition of his hu
mane treatment of an in lured dog.
The Seven Valleys trade and Held
championships, which will be held at
Callaway April 'JO, promises to be one
of the big cinder meets of central Neb
raska. ISy the sale of RM-1.000 additional
.sclmnl linnilu ilm r!i..iti.l i.in..,i ...i.,...i
,(0n ,s I(n,v,(l(,(1 wIth ,,;, flM. ,
building of additional room for (MX) to
.lohn Sullivan, a Denton, fanner,
plowed eleven miles mi foot through
snow drifts Impassable with vehicles to
he present at the courthouse in Lincoln
for Jury duty.
A gift of SIO.OOO has been made for
the West Nebraska Methodist hospital,
now being constructed at ScottsblulT,
by a man whose name Is not announced
by the hospital board.
Much time and efrorl will be given in
WS. by evtenslon workers of the Uni
versity of Nebraska agricultural col
lege to the encouragement of home
orchard plant big in Nebraska.
Miss Tillle Illankenburg Is the only
woman In Nebraska to servo as county
judge, olTlcIals at North Platte say. She
has been appointed temporarily in the
place of Judge Woodhurst. who is 111.
Seventy-five students attending the
University of Nebraska have been
benefited by the Agricultural Students'
Aid fund, created by public subscrip
tion under Hie auspices of the Omaha
Chamber of Commerce.
A hunch of high grade white faced
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n -ivm in tJiMIWI wiiuillll HIM )l't'U. IHI-
Ing more than doubled their weight
since being put on feed.
The Itev. .1. P. Thiol has resigned
the pastorate of the First Congrega
tional church at Hastings to accept a
call to the Congregational church nt
Franklin, Neb. He has lived in Hast
ings 11; years, serving three Congrega
Damage estimated between .slil.OOO
and M.'.OOO as a result of the recent
storm was reported by the Lincoln
Telephone company. Fifteen bundled
telephone poles, It was said were
broken off ami many miles of heavy
wire torn down.
The P.inilngton passenger station at
Nebraska City was robbed by a lone
bandit, who forced Night Operator
Tinisey, at the point of a gun, to admit
him to the olllce and the cash drawer.
The robber worked quietly while sev
era I people were near.
The spring seed list of the Nebraska
Crop ( J rowers' Association 1ms nen
prepared and Is now icady for distrdm
tlon. This list gives the mowers of
certified Nebraska J1 oats, which is a
selection of while oats from the ordin
ary yellow Kherson variety. It has
oiit.vlchlcd the ordinary Kin rsoii oats
about eight bushels per acre in tests
covering several .vears. Crow its of
i other kinds of set Ms are also listed.
The list may be obtained by writing
the Nebraska Crop drawers' Associa
tion, Agricultural College. Lincoln.
i The alllrmatlve team of the drain!
Island high school debaters holds tho
record of being the only one In the
Hastings, York, Kearney, (irand Island
circuit remaining undefeated In tho
series of contests just closed.
The McCook chamber o commerce
has invited the Ciolden Itod highway
state convention to meet in that place
April 'J.'l. Two hundred delegates aie
expected to attend this big state meet
ing. The lower house, by a vote of tbtotO,
killed the bill which called for the state
to accept us a gift, Alitor Lodge and
the J. Sterling Morton home, with the
understanding that the state woull
mill ii t ti In the 70-acre tract ami pave
around It. The objection made bv
many was that there was no limit
placed In the bill on how much would
be demanded for maintenance.
According to announcement, made at
the ofllce of Chancellor Avery of the
State University, the student publica
tion, iiu Shun, bus been abolished
by vote of the Sigma Delta Chi.
March II, was the eleventh aunl
verMiry of the outbreak id com his at
the Nebraska state prison. The out
break took place In a hard snow storm
during which the wind blew and the
snow drifted. That outbreak cost the
lives of six men, tbreeif them officials
at tile prison, two escaping lotivletH
She Took Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vege
table Compound and Escaped the
Operation Doctor Advised
Louisville, Ky. ' I wish to thank yoo
for what your medicine has dono for
mc. x was in nua tor
eight or nine daya
every month and had
n great deal of pain.
The doctor said my
only relief vns an
operation. I read of
Lydia E. Pinkhnm'a
medicines nnd tried
the Vegetable Com
pound and the Sana
tive Wa?h, nnd they
surely did wonders
for me. I feel fino
all tho time now. also am nickinc tin in
weight. I will toll any one that your
medicines arc wonderful, and you may
publish my letter if you wish." Mrs.
El). Bobunleih, 1130 Ash St., Louis
Backachc.norvousnoss, painful timeo,
irrcgulnrity, tired nnd run-down feel
ings, are (symptoms of female- troubles.
Lydia E. rinkham's Vegetable Com
pound should bo taken whenever thero
is reason to fear such troubles. It con
tains nothing that can injure, and tends
to tone up and strengthen tho organs
concerned, so that they may work in a
healthy, normal manner. Let it help
you nait hnathousanda of others. Lydia
E. Pinkhnm'a Vegetable Compound :4
Dow selling almost all over the world.
A man is as old ao his organs ; ho
can be as vigorous and healthy at
70 ns at 35 if he aids his organs in
performing their functions. Keep
your vital organs healthy with
The world's standard remedy for kidney,
liver, bladder and uric add troubles
vital organs. All druGr.ists, three sizes.
Look for th name Gold Meclnl on every
box nnd accept no Imitation
Unrch Drlnc Out I'nstghtly Spot How
to Itcraovo Cully.
The womnn with tender Kln dread
Mnich liecaubo It U likely to covsr her
face with uitly freckles, No matter how
thick her veil, tho nun and wlnJn have-
atronir tendency to ninko her freckle.
1'ortunalcly for her pence of inlnil, Othlna
duublo strenRth inakrN It possible for
even those mojt susceptible to freckle to
keep their Mkln cli'ar nnd white. No matter
how stubborn n cato of freckles you have, tile
double dreiiKth Othlna should remove, them.
Jet nn ounce from your druggist and
banish the freckles. Money back It It falls.
Original color easily and safely
restored by Mary T. Goldman's
Hair Color Restorer. A clear, color
less liquid, cle.in as water. For gray,
f.tded, blcarhcd, streaked or dyc
discolored hair. Write for free trial
bottle. State color or enclose lock
Tent It on one. Incltof hnlr. RAJ
t, ,fr?..i.i... nt , i. .1-.., ii iiH'ri
nn.utiiuui.il iiiuk., l l BUI, imilll,
Clear Baby's Skin
W ith Cuhcura
Soap and TaScuni
Soap 25c, Oistrccnt 25 and 50c, Talcum 23c.
On the Links.
"Who'x the pulr of g.nlis- In purple
golf togs?" "Willies of tho Held."
I.ouisv llle Courier .loiirnu).
Discovery by Science
IMIIs anil suits give temporary relief
from constipation only ut tho expense
of permanent Injury, say.s an eminent
Sclenco has found n newer, better
way a means as simple as Nature It
In perfect health a natural lubricant
keeps the food waste soft and moving.
i Ihit when constipation exists tills
I natural lubricant Ik not sulllclcnt.
Doctors prescribe .N'ujol because It
acts Jllco this natural lubricant nnd
thus secures regular bowel movements
by Nature's own met hod lubrication.
I As Nujol is not a medicine or laxa
tive, It cannot gripe and, Ilko pure
water, It Is harmless nnd pleasant.
! Nujol Is used In leading hospitals.
Get u bottle from your druggist
opinion cannot bo
Look to Your Eyes
Beautiful Eyes, llkcfinc
Teeth, are the remit of Con sunt
Care. The dity uie of Murine
matci Eye Clear and Radiant.
Unlovable. Hirmlen, Sold and
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