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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 29, 1923)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
"Lcit s for Your
Should Not Tempt YonUse
the Economy BAKBMG POMfOEBS
THtat'3 What Millions
S Housewives Do
for Tlilo pprtartntpnt SiipiiIIpiI tr
Attipflrnn I ptfi-m Nino Hnnl
DNE-QUARTER MILLION IDLE
PUN RELIEF FOR DISABLED
KM KINO POwgW)
BEST BY TEST
They know that
God Baking Powder
can't be sold for less
that "more for the mon
ey " means bake-day fail
ures, waste of time and
money that Calumet
The sales of Calumet are
over 150 greater than
that of any other bak
1 G. W.
TOE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER
Hogin tn'.'ii lay
thmiU unit xml It
with 11 prnur of
with ono of grntl-
Von ciiii help a 11111 11 up, but oncu
up ho has kit to help lilnisolf. Theo
WHY OnilGGISTS RECOMMEND
Hall's Catarrh Medicine
Those who aro In a "run down" condW
tlon will notice that Catarrh bothers
them much moro than when they are hi
Rood health. This fact Droves that wlillo
1 Catarrh Is a local diaeuse. It Is greatly
. . , , 1 i I Influenced by constitutional conditions.
For maw years dniggisU have watched halivs CATAKIMl MEDICINE con-.-ith
wufh intercut the remarkable record slots of nn ointment which Quickly
tiiflintttio-vl by Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot, Helloves by local aiuillcatlon, and tho
Vie ur-nt kidney, liver and bladder medi- Internnl Medicine, a Tonic, which assists
, "" In Improving the General Health.
uo I Bold by druBClsts for over 40 Years.
It is a physicians prescription. j 1 J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Swamp-Root is a f.treni;thciiing medi- 1 .
line. It helps tho kidncjH, liver and Had-1 And runny 11 man's race prejudice
tier do the work nature intended they I Is duo to Ills having hot on tho wrong
Vould do. tioi'oc.
Swamn-Root has stood the test of year.
It in told by all druggists on its merit and ;
It chotild help you. No other kidney medi
tine has so many friends. '
He sure to get Swamp-Root and start
treatment at once. .
However, if you wih first to test this
creat prcparartion send ten cents to Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Hinghamton, N. Y for a
sample bottle. When writing be sure and
mention thio paper. Advertisement.
Cutlcura for Pimply Faces.
To remove pimples and blackhead
smear them with Cutlcura Ointment.
Wash olT In llvo minutes with Cutl
cura Soap and hot water. Once clear
keep your skin clear by using them for
dally toilet purposes. Don't fall to In
clude Cutlcura Talcum. Advertisement.
' Director National Americanism Com.
i mission of Legion Cites Condi-
tlon In United State's.
I Moro than a quarter of a million
jvorkinon tiro unoinplo.xod In the
United Mint os, according to a re.-ent
ly Ciarlatnl W.
Powell, director ol
tho national Amer
-In of tho Amerl
can I. oglon.
Mr. Powell states
that his unem
wore based on
dressed to all state
hanibers of com
merce and to state
ofllclals of Legion.
"The results of this census directly
refutes many arguments In faor of
lowering the liars against alien imnil
oration this jonr," said Powell. "Tluro
Is an organized movement afoot among
certain employing Interests to tepeal
the present U per cent act for limit
ing Immigration, on the plea of a
scarcity of labor. Tho American Le
gion wants to bring the true condi
tio 1 of affairs before the country. We
are not alarmists, but wo do not feel
that the true business Interests of the
country will Iul forwarded by bringing
In all the cheap foreign labor that Eu
rope can supply. Wo want to see
American Industries manned by Amer
ican labor at a living wage."
Powell declared that he could bring
forward statistics to prove that In the
coal Industry alone, three miners were
M niggling to make a living on work
enough for Just two.
'"Ihe American Legion Is pro-American,"
said Powell. "Wo are abso
lutely neutral In economic disputes, be
cause our membership Is made up from
all sorts of occupations, employers
and laborers alike. Hut vu feel It
American Le.lon Asks for Sixteen
Chances In the War niok
Substantial relief will he glvrn by
jongross to disabled vetoians of tho
World war, should
amendments to tho
war ilsk insurance
act, requested by
.loo Spark", chair
man of tho na
tlon committee of 1
the American Le- ,
glon, bo enacted ,
Into law. 1
The Legion asks
for 1(1 changes In
tho law, In older
that olenitis dis
abled as a result
of their war service, not now tccclvlng
relief tnnu the goornment, may ht
cared for by law.
Amendments to tho war risk Insur
ance net icquested by the Legion at n
recent hearing follow :
1 Tlmt If the ItiMlniiiio of n netlrn-pny-chlntilo
patient of tho veterans' bureau
h.iH lapsed and ho Iiiih not had a K'lntdUn
appointed by court, that tho director of
tho Halted States veterans' bureau bo
directed to tehiHtatn his liisiiranco an
continue It hi force
I To prevent the exntnlnorM of tho vet
emiiH' bureau from uhIik their Judgment
to whether n man's dltulillitv Is of
cervlco 1 rlKin when this disability wim
not noted at tho tlmo of his enrollment
3. Tim word "pulmonary" bo stricken
from tli law bo that service men suffer
ln from ttihercuIoslH of the kIhikIi or
bone may bcomo eompeiiNablc.
. Tlmt thn period of Hopiirntlon from
nctlvo service during which nn cx-servlc
tnnn would be consldored to hu con
tracted tuberculosis automatically from
service be extended to live yenis from the
prcient period of two ears follow Iiir dls
chnrKo E. That thn provision limiting to two
years a man's automatic pcrvleo connec
tion when suffering from a neiiro-pHychla-trlc
dlscaiio, ho lUitomntlcnlly extended to
0. That burial expenses or JtnO b
niiiniidul toprovldo for jam, tiansportntlon
of tho body and burial, and that this bo
extended to claimants of tho bureau who
die In Institutions under tho Jurisdiction
of tho bureau, nlthoiik'h they hao not
been declared compensable,
7. That whrro a disabled veteran 1ms
been an Inmate of a hosplal or asylum
during n continual period of ono year or
more or wheio such person has been
rated as totally disabled or totally and
temporarily disabled for a continual1
period of one yenr or more, ho shall be
rntcd as totally and permanently disabled,,
8. Providing that tho total permanent
disability rating clans be amended to In
cludo the loss of tho hearing of both onr
as permanent nnd totnl disability.
our duty to warn the American people. ' tlmi B" J'be 'S3 "uT
less a physical examination has been
J made slnco the last rntlng, nor until hn
shnll have been given at least three
months' notice mailed to his last address
or tno bureau's intention to in alio a re-
that the population of this country Is
nlready one-third foreign by blrdi or
extraction. Unrestricted Immigration
would Etiropeanlze this country In five
years more. That Is a condition we
do not desire."
Many n tombstone inscription Is too
pood to be true.
Most young folks enjov doing wlmt'.s
right If they know their efforts aro
SUES FOR WAR CHEST FUNDS
I Commander of Ohio Legion Depart
ment Seeks to Gain Control of
mScMi. SsS-P?-:-w,-, War c,iest f,in,ls Collected for serv
MM$5mr -v---1 1(-,(i ""?" of tll World war belong to
mP- tl1" Amur,cun Ltv-
Jf -a S&SomM commander of tho fi , v7
M 4TItftf fJmSM ' department f &!
V IMkl. . T . -fc J-- " .1 7,, jo f
&. '"v- ! AvlnK "" tnls (NkS n
fe.a"K. v i.Ts.- 1 ...ii..c m u,.,i I ?- T ,fv
5S C? ' man ' has' Instl. lM sH
tr-l i "m ' 1 . ... 1 ..iJ
G. R. Bettman. I
Last Giance for
THINK of what you could produce on a farm of vircin fertility, without the
x burden of high-acreage cost. Think of what 20-to-40 bushel wheat would mean
to you under these conditions, and of dairying and stock raising on cheap pasture land.
Land pays for itself in a few crops no artificial fertilizer no heavy investment.
You have envied the farmer who got his start when land was cheap. Here's your
chance, perhaps your last chance, for the same brand of prosperity.
Western Canada is the farmer's land of oppor
tunity. Thousands of settlers who started not
many years aco with little or nothing, are today
the owners of fine farms, with comfortable
homes and barns, thoro'bred stock, dairy herds
all the marks of prosperity. Vet land Is not
dear only $15 to$20 an acre for rich, vircin, prai
rie convenient to railways. Land is not dear in
Western Canada yet became there it io much
of it. Dut many settlers are expected in 1923,
and now is your opportunity, before the best
farms are taken. Get started. Taxes are re
duced, not raited, on land brought under culti
vation. On farm buildings, improvements,
machinery, personal effects, automobile, etc.,
there is no tax at all, Canada wants workers
it wants Its land farmed and the farmers,
through their municipal councils, have practical
control of all local taxation.
est six per cent.
Get the Facts Costs You Nothing
fdailtliecoupon to the agent mentioned below located nearest to you. Ho
stheoflicial representative of the Canadian Governmpnt. anthnrtrpH In
give you information and assistance, without charge, and glad to be
01 service 10 you.
Mail the Coupon Tell us something of your portion, and
,nu.. wn, wwnm wnaf you are looking, for, and receive
uescrumve dook wnn maps, una tree service ot the Canadian
government Agent in your territory; also information how
tpccial railway rates can be arranged for a trip of inspection.
Special Renter's Plan
Buy Out of Profits
To aid and encourage the honest worker with
perhaps little capital, the Canadian Government
has n "Renter's Plan", whereby one may work
a new or improved farm "Try it out" for sev
eral years If desired and buy a farm of his own
out of profits.
Thirty-Two Years to Pay
For the benefit of those wishing to buy land, a
national non-profit sharing organization th
Canada Colonization Association has been es.
tablished, with head office at Winnipeg, and
United States office at St. Paul. This Assocla
tion offers selected land convenient to rallwjys
much of it at$15 to $20 per acre on very rmall
cash payment; no further payment until third
year; balance extended over thirty years, but
purchaser may pay up and obtain title at an?
time, if desired. Inter-
W. V. BENNETT
Deik W, 300 Peter's Truit Bids.
PVf J4rimfffnri. "? "" "iiUtbla In none locglltlM. Cnn
rree riOmeiieaUS ,h urlrume TnurUta iiuue mid
oe uureouuirr no ruuporrn rt-quirwl
fTrr&rz?i uneoT &snti
3Z ffJKrH jkrhi
to Gilbert H. Hett
man of dnolnnntl,
commander of tho
. Ohio department
of thu American
Acting on this
belief, Mr. Hett
man has Insti
gated civil suits
In nn endenvor to
obtain 11 court ruling granting tho
residue of war chest funds to the Lu-
Ills most remarknble victory was
the recent ruling of tho Ohio Court of
Appeals, nwardlng 0 fund of lir,000, ,
collecK'd during the wnr to supply
comforts for the men of the Highly- ,
third division, to the Legion. '
Tho court ruled that the Legion Is
the ono representative organization of
vetetans of the World war and that
comforts belonging to tho men who J
served should come properly to them 1
In their present organization. "As tho
O. A. H. Is to the Civil war, so tho
American Legion Is and will be tho
outstanding military organization rep- (
resenting the ox-soldiers of the World .
war," tho opinion of tho court stated. J
Mr. Hettman hns started a member- '
ship campaign in Ohio with a goal of )
00,000 Legionnaires. Ohio posts will
havo exceptional Inducements to beat !
the bushes for new members, since tho
war chest fund nwnrded by the Court
of Appeals will bo distributed among
the posts on n basis of membership
on July 1. '
The Ohio Legion head was n warm
personal friend of tho late F. W. (Sal
brnlth, Jr., and Is chairman of 11 Legion ,
committee which will erect a $2(i,000
memorial to tho former Legion leader '
on n cliff overlooking tho Ohio river
10. To extend the period from ono year
after dlschhrge or from August 9, 1922, to
August ?. 19M, for obtaining certlllcatea of
11. To make certificates of disability Ir
revocable. 12. That tho dato by which government
term Insurnncn must bo converted to In
surnncn onrrylng n reservo shall bo ox
tended from 1926 to 1931.
13 That nn applicant for relnstntemont
who sufferi from 11 disability of service
origin, and who Is Indigent may relnstato
his government tnmtrnnco and hnve thai
lapsed premiums charged against tho face
of his policy.
14, To m.iko permanent total disability
payable to veterans whoso Insurnnco hns
happed, whero compensation In excess of
premlumn was duo.
15, To make Insurnnco payable to benn
tlclarlcs, whero a permanent totnl dls
nbled veteinn was denied reinstatement
beeauso of hl.s condition, nnd has slnco
10 To provide that tho veterans' bureau
Bhiill furnish nil patlnnts on dlschnrgo
from hospital, a statement of thn medical
finding ns to tho condition of such patient.
A (I Or ess Ntnrcnt Agent V,' V
300 Peter e Trmt Uldg
Ae.nl. Dr9.rim.nt of !mmlrTt?oo-PLu Mti4 m roar frtt book M I
Coo!., 1 mi.rtltultly InUrMUdla
. I Uf . . 1. . . a..-. .
1 , nmririMiiM. t I rilHTBWISI
Legion Chair to Do Endowed.
An American Legion chair of Amer
ican history nnd patriotism Is to be en
dowed ut Pacllle university, Forest
Grove, Ore., for wyhloh purpose $."0,0K1
now Is being rnlsed. Since the close
of tho war, Pacific university has been
granting ox-servlco men free tuition an
an Inducement to acquire a college ed
ucation. To aid Its program, tho Le
glon chair of patrtlsm was launched
"to tho end that the Ideas nnd Ideal of
our forofnthers may still abide ; to tho
end that the heroic servlco and sacri
fices of the Legion men he porpntuatod
' 1 " ' In tho lives of those who will enter
Putnam Fadeless Dyes dyes or tint as you wish , tno lloors of Pucc university."
It. T U.No.rrBt. Addr.n.
SINGS IN YORK POST REVUE
Mlsa Nora Sechrlst, Vocalist, Assists
Pennsylvania Doys In Dig En
tertainment. Remembering the cheering effects of
poldler shows which enlivened tho
1 o n g, d roar y
months while the
boys were waiting
In Franco for Un
ship to tnke them
tho practice of
ductions In all
pnrts of the couu-
woman friends and relatives, the Lo
plonnnlres have been ablo to produce
some creditable performances. Among
the productions of 1023 was the Amer
ican Legion Itevuo, hold by the post at
Miss Nora Sechrlst, who sang tho
leading rolo In the 1021 nnd 1022
revues of the samo post, consented to
assist the Legionnaires by starring In
tho 1023 performance.
WET FEET mm COUGHS A! COLDS
Until entirely rlil of n cough or cold, look ouL They aro a source of danger.
Ju.t 11 few dopp.1 of To-ru-nn
taken soon niter exposure or
ilrattnnnltratKtlon of troublo
will tumidly break a cold or
rilwlpntolnn hurry tho nimt
TABLETS OK LIQUID
Two KoneretlorLS have known
VK-KU-NA nnd Ita wtonUh
Ing surrcs.1 in thu rrllrl of
catarrhal discoitat. 1 ha pro-
11c r medicine to linvocnliaod
or over day Ills.
KEEP IT SN THE HOUSE -5&
Take a good dose of Carter's Little Liver Pills
then take 2 or 3 for a few nights after.
You will relish your meals without fear of trouble to
follow. Millions of nil nge3 take them for Biliousness,
Dlzzincss,Sick Headache. Upset Stomach and for Sallow,
1'impiy, Uioicny SKtn. hey end (he misery of Constipation.
iinitu'e-' stfienr&vxC Sma" Pill;Smi!l Doie;Smsll Price
Working hours were math' for work.
i't,M!1 i,-ntt "Whero were ynij
ailldrcn's handkerchiefs often look ,omV W,iMaw Wien-"I wasn'l
hopeless when they eomo to tno laun-. Hirn j lls imtclied."
dry. Wash with good boap, rinse In
H'ulni liltiml iiIMi T!iwl (1ni(iu Itfill lllm,
A,il.Ptiu,.,,nf Strive to mnko today alone for th
A Rain Trap.
In n tlmo of distressing drought a
harassed amateur agriculturist stopped
Into a hhop and bought a barometer.
The clerk was making a few oxplann
tlons about Indications and pressures
when the customer Interrupted linpn
tlently, saying :
"Yes, yes, that's all right, but what
I want to know In how you sqt tha
thing when you want It to raln7"
American Legion Weekly,
Gives Old Capes Glow of New
Fund to Buy Linens.
Tho Marlon County Council of thi
American Legion Auxiliary In Indian
apolis, unanimously voted to raise $2
POO for n memorltil fund to buy llneni
for tho first unit of the James Whlt
comb IUloy Memorial Hospital for Chil
dren, now under construction.
Do It and It will soon be none.
sins of omission or commission ot
Look for thm Crow
mnd CircU printed
in red on every gen
mine package. For
emle at all good tt ore
tJla l '-
l m mp m z
M- J-Vt -TtII ri T'
al 1 1 1 rm U .'s'
1 H B3 r5'- SB EH f-Sl
V KB H r-s-'S-c f fflrN Cvr ,
Finish new walls with
Alabastine, the wall coat
ing particulary adapted
for use over plaster or
wall board and is always
artistic and sanitary.
Redecorate the old home
with Alabastine because it
can be applied over any
Interior surface new or
old. There will be nodis,
appointment, no expen
sive mistakes to correct
if you use
Hardware and implements"
f.o.b. rimt, MUh.
wk rs I ih
The Practical Man's Car
The quick success of tho Chevrolet Utility Coupe has
proved how accurately its designers gauged the trans
portation requirements of the nverago busy man.
This fully equipped, modern car combines day-by-day
reliability, remarkably low operating costs and the
lowest price asked for a Fisher Body automobile.
The mammoth rear compartment is especially attrac
tive to the man who is always moving tools, sample
cases, repair parts for farm machinery, and luggage
of all sorts.
Any Chevrolet dealer will be glad to Qhow you it
xceptional engineering features.
for Economical Trantporlallon
Prices F. O. D. Flint, Michigan
SUPERIOR Two Paucnser Itoadxer . . $510
fiUPI-.IUOIl Five Paurnger Touring . . 525
SUI'l.RIOK Two F-auenger Utility Coupe 680
SUPI ItlOll lour Paiienuer Sedanette . 50 '
SUl'imiOR I ive Patienuer Sedan . . .860
SUI'LHIOU Light Delivery 510
Chevrolet Motor Co., Detroit, Mich.
Divition of General Motors Corporation
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