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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 10, 1923)
BED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
NEWS OF NEBRASKA
IN CONDENSED FORM
Recent Hnppcnings in Nebraska
Given in Brief Items For
Ilfiitrlcp will vote on the city gov
ernment plan .lime ID.
Tlic Nebraska ltiirul Letter Curriers'
association win meet in ncaincc, tww
UN) lit 1111(1 II.
A civil service examination for per
winx eligible as l. S. railway mull
clerk- will he held lit Oinnliii .May '.!.".
l-'rly membero of the advanced
class In business cost at nut lug of
the University of Nebruskn made a
lour of omnha'.s big hiihlnc-.s houses
:ieiin Wenzl, member of Hie StelH
aurer high school baseball team, suf
feieil a hrokcii leg w Iillts practicing
at the school.
The Alnswnrth electric IIkIU plant
was destroyed hy lire of unknown
origin, a short circuit being the only
The Seventh Day AdvcntMs have
leased ii large residence property In
(Sraml Island and will cstnhlMi state
headipiarleiN In that place.
Chapman will play .Sunday hnschall,
and other Merrick county teams likely
will play there. A special election to
decide the ipiestlou resulted tiO to -t.
The V. S. Veterans Ittiroiiu, district
headipiartei'H, uialiilalned at Kearney,
for Ihe past four years, Is to he closed
and Its activities transferred to Oinnhu.
.Miss l''ann,v Hollow was re-elected
president of the third district Kedera
llon of Nehraska Woman's cluh at the
closing session of the twentieth an
mini convention at Athlon.
The American l.eglon bus taken
i barge of the matter of arranging for
a big celchratlou at Nelson on the oc
casion of the anniversary of the home
coming Juldlee of the hoys July lit.
I'rank C. Xehrimg wn re-elected
mayor of Lincoln In Ihe municipal
election last week and with him
tieorgo Ha.vtnn, William Hchroeder and
John Wright, present c.uiiiinixsluiiers.
Morris Watson, editor of the weekly
paper launched hy the dlsnhled veter
ans at Hellevtie Vocational school, has
Cone to St. Louis where he will wolk
In the olllce or M. H. Head, chief of
the veterans' liurenu.
l-'ormer Lieutenant (Jovcrnnr Mar
rows has become associated with
Frank I. Conley, in the management
and puhllcatloii of the Madison Star
Mall and Chronicle Consolidated, and
has taken up his active, duties In con
nection. The spelling champion of Klchnrd
non county will he crowned on May IS,
when the annual comity school cham
pionship will he staged at the Kails
City high school.
Northwestern Nebraska conference
summer school for ministers will be
held In Whitney June 'M to lilt. The
faculty will consist of nine ministers
named hy BMiop Homer Stunt.
Tlie Itrokeii How city council has
Issued an edict against street carni
vals or shows of alike nature exhibit
ing within the city limits and pro id
lug a Hue for any one renting pro
pel ty to such a show, within the city
Verslty Derby Sultana, a purebred
llolstein cow owned by the agricul
tural college of the I'lilverMlj of
Nebraska, has a production record of
I, ltd pounds of butler In one year, ac
cording to authorities at the college.
This is slightly more than three pounds
Mrs. Raymond Wolner of Wymore,
lias Just sent several settings of her
famous Ithode Island Ueds to chicken
fancier at Vienna, Austria, where
they will be expected to hatch fols
of a liner strain than the eggs procur- j
able In tint country. The eggs sold
here for .Mi cents per setting, and Hits
postal charges to Aiililn were .S'-'.rii).
Itev. Anton M. Lundeen, Nebraska
missionary, who was captured by
Chlne.se brigands last October, and!
was released only after diplomatic
protests and threats had been voiced
by his own and four other govern
ments, delivered an interesting address
before an audience of fiOO persons
mostly representatives of the Luth
eran churches of Omaha, telling of his
experiences as a captive for fifty
eight days with tlio robber hordes of
Kxtormlnntion of liahy coyotes Is
proving about the most prolltable
occupation for Itichard.sou county
farmers these days. Forty-two coy
otes have been turned Into the county
clerk's olllce for bounty In the lu.st
A statement prepared hy Deputy
Secretary U. L. Slnunway for the in
formation of (iovernor Hrynii, taken
from records of tlio department of
igiiciilture, contains the names of
llfly-two owners of cattle who received
Indemnity for tuberculosis cattle from
July 1, 1MM, to December ill, HUM. The
Indemnity paid was JSlilS.tWS.ia.
Seottsbulffs business houses closed
for an hour while the city p'lld tribute
to Albert Peterson, policeman who was
Mint down hy a bootlegger at Mitchell.
Knillug a light that has lasted
throughout the session tlio house voted
(II to .'15 to add it'JS.VHH) to the appro
priations of this session for bovine
Klmer and Ilmlly Mall, living east
of Lincoln, who were held captive for
two days during the "Shorty" lirny
penitentiary outbreak in J 0 1 It, have
been given ?l:i 1.70 us a reward for
their aid In capturing the escaped
PATRIOTIC HISTORIC AMERICA
Daylight Pageant to be Presented by
Ak-Sar-Den this Fall.
The Autumn Celebration to be given
at Omaha the coming fall by tho
Knights of Ak Snr-Hen will he carried
out on ii grander and more elaborate
order than has ever before been
attempted, su cording to plans already
The subjects choen for presentation
are of a nature calculated to arouse
and renew an Interest in the study
of the early history of the countrv,
ii in I will be borne out as lur as posi
hie In a manner nhsnlutcl.v authentic
and historical, and will consist of dls
plays reptesentlng Putrid. Henry
delivering his famous speech at Itleh
moml ; Paul ItUere's Hide; Washing
ton Taking Command of the Arm. ;
Ktlmn Allen at Tlconderoga ; Surren
der of Hurgo.Mie; Washington Cross
ing the Delaware; Surrender of Corn
wallls; Incidents at the Signing of the
Declaration of Independence; Opening
of Constitutional Cuiicullou, and
Scenes dining the Speeches of Wash
ington, Alexander Hamilton, Ilenjamin
I'Vunkllii and other historic characters
who participated; Inauguration of
Washington ami presentation of his
Farewell Address; Thomas Jefferson
Approving Louisiana Purchase; John
C. Fremont The Pathtlnder; Storm
ing of Fort Suinpter; Surrender of
Lee to Oraut; Lincoln Signing Ktniin
cipatlou Proclamation; Scenes from
the Spanish War; Theodore Roose
velt, (icncrnl Pershing, and other
Participants; Marching Croups of
Soldiers in Historic Uniforms of the
Revolutionary War, the Civil War, the
Spanish War, and the (ireut World
War Periods; the whole theme teeming
with patriotism and thoroughly edu
cational In all Its features.
Committees mi the various sections
have been designated and many of
them uie already at work on plans
for milking the production and presen
tation of the Pageant a grand success
lu every particular.
A movement Is on foot nt Omaha
toward getting linger prints of all the
"newsies" In the city for purposes of
Cattle rustling Is going on In Custer
county again. Lloyd I line., leports
Hint .seventee'i-head have been t-ken
from Ids place in iwo d..ys. other
ranchers report .similar lossc-..
Using explosives, bandits wrecked
the sure of the Coryell Oil tilling sta
tion ut Lincoln and obtained between
SSI 10 and s 1,000 In cash, two days' re
ceipts of several Idling stations.
John Roberts, u Lincoln pioneer, who
for a quarter of a century lived In two
rooms adjoining a little machine shop,
has sailed for his old home at New
port, Kngland, to share the hciiolltsof
mi estate of nearly $100,000 left to
him hy his brother, Henry, stockholder
in the Klmherly diamond mines lu
The tornado which struck Cage
county last week, did considerably
more damage than was at llrst repott
ed, according to a complete check
made. F.lcveu farms were damaged,
each ranging from xioo to si.ooo, with
a totnl of over Xl.'.OOO damage, three
lives lost, and ten head of live stock
a lot of timber, crops, gardens, and
.several county bridges destroyed.
farmers arotinu intuiiar Have or-,
gani'ed to conduct u wolf hunt to cap- j
tore or kill a big gra.v wolf that has
been causing much loss among lilt li
ens and sheep in the vfclult.v of the
William Hichter farm, anil which has
become so bold that It does not seem
to fear a man. It has killed siveral
dogs that have fought with It, and
comes up Into the hack yards of the
Nebraska farm bo.vs have a chance
to win some worth-while trips, some
J good cash prizes, and establish a seed
j corn business by getting into a corn
club for Hie coining season. The huh
j est ranking member in Coin Club work
In each county Is entitled to a free
! trip to Hoys and Girls Club Week at
I the Agricultural College at Lincoln.
I'suallv niTiinucments can he made for
I more than the highest winner to uet
j a free trip. Gold and sor medals
will be given to the cluh members
milking first and second lu corn iluh
I work In each county. The I'nion Pa-
clllc Hallway offer to the hoy ranking
highest In each county through vvhUh
this road runs a S"."i Scholarship in
either the Agricultural College or the
School of Agriculture. Numerous
prizes are offered at county, state and
winter fairs and corn slums-.
The Norfolk Rille and Revolver
association with twenty-five charter
members has been organized.
The t'nlverslty of Nebraska is under
ellhieut management and is making
good to the state, according to a re
port filed in the state senate hy a
subcommittee of that hod.v.
Inmates of the Gage county Jail,
objecting to the failure of another In
mate, to take a hath, held a kangaroo
court and sentenced him to spcml
twenty minutes lu the bathtub. Ills
sentence was carried tint with applica
tion of the necessary force on the part
of the other prisoners.
Directors of the Omaha Manufac
turers association are planning an ex-
' position for
' any of the
lll'-'.i which will eclipse
previous Made in Omaha
A petition has been tiled In district
court leqitestlug that a special elec
tion be called to allow the residents
of a proposed Scrlbner rural election
dish Id to vote on a .00,0(M bond Issue
for the establishment of tho district
and the construction of light ami
power lines. This is the llrst petition
for a charter to he tiled under the
passage of the new amendments by
Tribute to Nurses Who Died for Their Country
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A murium nutfces and members of the American Rod Cross jiiylng tribute to eleven army nurses who gave their
lives In tho set vice, In the American cemetery ut Suresnes. Col. Francis 10. Drake made an address.
WEDDING CAKE FOR YORK
This Is the cake baked In Reading,
Puglund, for the wedding feast of the
duke of York and his bride. It was 10
feet high and 7 Hi teat in circumfer
ence. In the sugar coating were rep
resented Windsor castle, St. George's
chapel, Glands castle, the arms of the
iluko of York nnd of the Strathmore
family, and various other things.
ELECTED BY D. A. R.
Mrs. Anthony Wnynu Cook of Pitts
burgh, Pa., was elected presldent-gen-erel
of the Daughters of the Amerlcnn
KtKolutlon, receiving 010 votes to 770
for Mrs. O. W. W. Hanger.
Illh 1'iiKi', nliifU'i'ii, iiinl pretty, of
Vancouver, Wiihh., In default of !?l,20(i
bull bonds, is occupying u cell lu the
Ttu'onm, W'tiHh., Jull churned by the
federal granil Jury with endenvorlim
to obtnln money from uriuy ollhors mill
liuslness men by threatening their lives
A deslro for pretty clothes was the
motive, it is asserted.
.W" K? Of) AXm. H..H. J I &?.
Tree Movement Helped by Senators
mW. 'p 4u Sax wWv& SKlrii irwvtSAivFJ8il'
"Plant a tree and perpetuate the forest" is the slogan of the senate refor
estation committee, of which St-nntor C. L. McNary of Oregon is chairman.
Mr. McNary Is hero scon planting u tree on the capltol grounds; Senator Dun
can U. Fletcher of Florida, a member of the committee, stundlng at left. Tho
tree Is a red oak and stands near the historic Washington elm. The committed I
was organized In accordance with a resolution of Senator Pat narrlson of Mis
sissippi and has been making a survey of the United States forests during thu
past few months. These two benators nro the first senate members of tha j
American Tree association, tho requirement being that each member plant a
Burn Ship in Memory of Great Fire
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San Francisco celebrated recently tho eighteenth anniversary of the big
tiro which laid over 1100 sipiare blocks In ruins. Tho burning of the good ship
Mludoro in the waters of San Francisco hay was commemorative of the con
llagratlon. Tho photograph shows the Mlndoro ublaze and lire boats runnln;
alongside lighting the Humes.
Ghoulish Outrage in Ireland
mw 0mmim&L p
r ' n
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The city cemetery nt Ilelfust, Ireland, vviib the sceno of an extraordinary
series of dehpleahle outrages recently, when some CO tombstones nnd crosses
vvero thrown from tho foundations by fountlcs, thirty-two helnt; broken by the
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1 Harris Declares Tanlac Ended
1 Long Standing Stomach
I Trouble Gains 15 Lbs.
"I've got to hand It to Tanlac, for It
has made ino stronger anil healthier
than I have been In tunny a day," said
t Jasper Harris, Till W. Hlth street,
j Kansas City, Mo., well known tlreinati
I in the yards of the St. Louis, San
I Francisco railway company.
"P.efore taking Tuuhic. I had hit
pitch a tough grade I hatdly had steam
enough to pull It. My appetite was
, gone. I suffered with stomach pains,
- heartburn iiud palpitation, and was
, losing weight. I was terribly bilious
mid headaches and dizziness made mu
t wretched. My sleep was restlos, my
buck felt sore, and I ached all over
so bad it nearly killed me to tire my
"I can't emphasize too strongly how
good Tanlac Is. for the treatment has
put me In the pink of condition. I
have gained fifteen pounds now, and
feel like u two-year old. Tanlac is
the best medicine ever put in a bottle."
Tanlac Is for sale by all good drug
fists. Accept no substitute. Over
117 million bottles sold. Advertisement.
The surface of Hlack Diamond iiioun
tain, near Carinel, Pa., Is slowly sink
ing on account of it tiro In the coal
beneath. The lire ha been raging for
111 years and eventually, It is feared,
the side of the mountain will drop.
Causes! l7 Troatjles Women .Often
Have Relieved by Lydia E. Pink-
ham'a Vegetable Compound
Medina, New York. "I had a great
deal of trouble such as women often
have, and this al-
fectcu my nerves.
For over two years I
suffered thu way,
then I read in tho
Lydia E. Pinkham'a
pound and have
taken it with very
good results. I am
very much better
and feel justified in
nraiaintr the Veeeta-
lo Compound to my friends and neigh
jors who suffer from anything of the
kind." Mrs. Wm. H. Adkins, 311 Erin
Road, Medina, N. Y.
Feels Like Girl Sixteen
Rochester, N. Y. "After my twin
j girls were born I was all run-down. My
I neighbors thought I was going to die.
I saw your advertisement in tho paper
and bought Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vege-
! table Compound. The first bottle helped
1 me and I kept on taking it. I only
, weighed ninety pounds when I began
taking it, and I have pained in weight
and feel like a girl of sixteen. I never
can sayenough for Lydia E. Pinlcham'3
Vegetable Compound." Mrs. Nellie
DouEY,lCSku3u Park, Rochester, N.Y.
in New York City alone from kid
ney trouble last year. Don't allow
yourself to become a victim
by neglecting pains and aches.
Guard against trouble by taking
"" HAARLEM OIL
The world's standard remedy forkidney,
liver, bladder and uric ncid troubles.
Holland's national remedy since 1696.
All druggists, three sizes. Guaranteed.
Looli for the namo Gold Modal on every
box nnd accept no imitation
A safe, dependable and
effective remedv for
Couyhs, Colds, Distemper, Influen:a,
Heaves cnil Worms among horses and
.nulcs. Absolutely harmlcss.and assafe
tor colu as ic is for stallions, mares or
rjcldlngs. Give "Spohn's" occasionally
i a preventive, bold at all druu stores.
"Well, lui'." eluifklPil SKlnny Simp
B'ui lu the inh'st of his reading.
"What now?' Inriuhvd his sire.
"Why, l'inv. It su.vs here, The erlml
mil vviut foith vvltli the mark of Cain
on his brow.' That'- n funny pbic
to ;et n vvhalluK, alr't It?" Ktinsai
Many a inr.n does not realize hov
hard his work Is until u vacation
shows It to him.
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