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WISNER TEAM HOW
Holdi Independent Toot Ball Title
b7 Beating Nonpareils, Seven
GAME IS HARD FOUGHT ONE
1 film like Trojans, the Nonparr-lls of
tmaha aucurnbed to the rornfeda i
atatc that hail from Wirner. Nebraska.
For eovernl yar the state IrKlrnendent
Trot r.ll honor have unquestionably been
the property of thli hum. and Judirlnc
from the ref truet and flying machine
tow tossing the leather tun for WUht.
this town will he the proud possessor of
the belt for Rome moon to oome.
Althufrh the Nonpareil fought with un
flnchmg courage aaalnat the overwhelm
ing power of the AVJsner line and tho
Jieerly Irreslstfble bark fro mtha first
toot of the whistle until the asbestos
dropped, their work availed them nothing
In the acortnir department Nevertheless
the Omaha, contingent la entitled to ondlc
tt credit, a It fought hard for every
Inch, working desperately, but In vain,
ralnat the superior equipment of Winner.
M'laarr Skowe (lass.
V The foot ball devotee around tries
Jungle were treated to a tirprle yester
day afternoon when the Nonpareil,
iharnplons of Omaha, held the Wtancr
btroupa to seven points, while they failed
o register. The only material difference
1 etween the two squads waa that the
Wiener aggregation amply demonstrated
. better stata of preparedness, and for
this reason they triumphed over their
Omaha, rival after sixty minute of on
p,;;tt the most grueling battle Indulged In
Y4 r round this neck of the woods for some
tune, neither team appeared to have a
f narked advantage, except In the first
iiuarter, when the Non parell looked the
beat, and a few mintjtes during th ev
nne quarter, when Wiener oozod over the
only touchdown of thla wonderful battle.
Q f course, the Wlsner boy have a clean
cut, welt-arned title to the championship.
rarrertheleaa the Omaha foot ball dsvoteea
? unanimous In tha c pinion that th
r ,.l)0yt up state haven't got a thing on the
, j roducta stationed here.
py Details of Gasae.
Hera la tha way tha fireworks atarted.
frank kicked off to Sullivan, who ad-
vanced ten yard. Then Haaeen galnnd
'vs. A forward pass. Moor to Koran.
netted seventy yard, only leaving a few
' , yards for the Nonparella to go, but they
" were unable to puah the oval over. Dur
ing thla quarter the Nonpareil had th
better of the deal and the quarter term
inated with the egg on Wiener' forty
" five-yard line.
'1' At the start of the second quarter the
'"Nonpareil pui,(ed. Then Wiener atartod
down the flrlu. Frank peeled off ten.
Then Wood skit ted the left end for
sixty raids, prank reeled off U. Then
Wood went over for a touchdown. Prank
kicked goal: FrnnltUlcked off to Foran,
(io advanced trn yard. From then on
Wlsner had tho better of thla quarter,
but were unable to soore.
, In' the- third quarter Fitch kicked off
to--Katf-ky. who advanced twenty yard.
Thin a pass, Prnnk to leo Kan, netted
Nr'y 41. WlfiiiT gained their yarda
aatln nnd u ! hsm, Frank to Kane, nniud
ti;it yjnlx, mi. which Kaiw scored a
Kuchduwn, whl'b wu not allowed on
'count of a Wlsner' man beln offsldo. 't tat legislature In Crippling Inatl-Ki-Am
thru on the ofnnha bunch bilnht- ! tutiona of the state by a refusal to ap
tfn'edtip and played like real vciornn.i ' proprlntc sufficient fund to carry on
Urn-balance of tha quarter, . , ) ,n, work 0f thoM department of tha
in ma mirrt quarter when the Non
puiell were forced to punt Kinky (Koran .
i vrrrcfl in pun i, wnu n neiica a lonj -
rd gain. This wa the only time the
Nonpareil looked dangerous In tho third
At th beginning of th fourth iiuarter
the Nonpareil were forced to punt. lo
Kane returned thirty yarda. Then a pass,
Frank to Lao Kaae, netted thirty yards.
With ten yarda to go, KaUky gained
thie, but Wlsner, with only one yard tu
icq, could not push tha ball over after
ttirea attampts. Th Omaha bunch kicked
out f danger and th pigskin wa In tha
middle of th field when tha whistle
rran. Pearson and Haaaen were the
particular stars for th Nonpareil, whllo
Frank, Leo Kane and Wood starred for
Next Hunrtsy th Nonpareils will play
an all-star aggregation from th north
end at Pourke park.
. Will Have Sheep
Feeding Day Dec. 3
'MXCOLN. Nov. .-Spelal.)-A sheep
f oder' day will be held at th unlvsr
slty frm on Friday, Uoceraber a, at
which gl fersons interested in sheep are
inMted to attend. Tha visitor will have
an opportunity of looking over the sheep
la'ed In the experiment which will be
closed at that time and to hear speeches
by sheep faedara a well aa members of
tha collage faculty. The address of wel
i'oim will be given by Lean 15. A. Bur
i;att. , Among th other speaker and
their subject are: G. AV. Ilervry, Omaha.
"Need of Legislation for the fchep Men;"
"Jarnc lUx k, Kavld City, "The Ileal
Methods of Handling Western Ijnhsi"
Tlieodoro Johnson, Hurnham, "The Out
look, for tha Sheep Men;" Janus Ilaug.
Fkelton, "Can the Nebraska Hhcep Man
Iroduc His Iambi tieaier Than He
i'an Buy Them?" If. J. Gramllch, pro
fesspr of aulmal husbandry, will review
tha result of the sheep feeding experi
ment. Just cloaod. and will also give a
in lew Cf imt winter' experiment, which
, has lust been published In bulletin No. Hi
ff th agricultural experiment station.
CORN IN CUMING COUNTY
' ; NOT OF BEST QUALITY
VVEpT I-OINT. Neb., Nov. 3.(8ne.
rial.V Th major portion of the corn crop
of Cuming county haa been husked and
almost evry farmer U atralnlng etery
nrj-v to finish th work before winter
wtather set in. A very large proportion
or th corn In this section Is light and
huff)-. Occasionally a field I found ef
'airly good quality, but th average grade
of corn b far below that of former yaara.
jb Cgttl feeders complain that tha corn
they are feeding to atotk luck substance
nd nutritive qualities and that It take
at (east twtc the quantity usually needed
to accomplish th iun result. Sheep ap
pear to thrive Letter on thla year' com
than any other kind of stock. There are
a few flock belnj- fed In Cuming county.
Oarar R. Thompson of the weal slds hav
ing recent! shlpprd In about 3,t0 brad
A Kali tmk Harts lb !-.
1'f. Bt' pine-Tar-Honey stops the
cough and prevents your old cttine
' If euranud. Only ric. All
trufcsiDie Adverttaemrnt. '
POLLARD ON REFERENDUM
Believes the Law Good, in that It:
Removes from Politics Questions !
of Moral Nature.
TO MEET HERE WITH FARMERS
fpTim a Staff Correandent.)
LINCOLN. Nov. 2ft -fPpertal.) H. M.
Pollard of Nriwka In very well satisfied
with the i."'l"ti the people aro giving
hi rnndl'lnry fur the rcp'jli.l' mi nnmln.-i-tion
Mr. t'ollard wan In Lincoln Iset night
and l-ft toilny for his homo In fans
county, mid this week will attend the
meet In it of the National Farmer' rnn
Kifvn, whlrh will tn lir-ld in (hnahii,
where he will take tin a tlve part In the
"1 was very well ph'iispd with the re
sult of my trip," said Mr. Pollard. "I
vlnlteil Ornnd Inland, lied ("loud and sev
eral other point, and 1 find that my
candidacy Is locked upon very favorably,
especially by the business men in thwte
town. They appear to' like the stand I
have taken on the nueetloiiK which the
voters will have a rhanre to vote upon
at the next election and fell nic they ure
with me on thnt proposition.
"When the Initiative and referendum
law waa passed by the lexltlature one of
tho strong points made by thomj. who de
sired Ita enactment Into law was that It
would take questions like those of a moral
nature out of politics. It would give the
people of the stata a chance to pass upon
them solely upon their merits and give
them a chance to vote for men upon their
fitness as future laa-makare or official,
without these questions Influencing the
vote. At the time the law waa passed In
the 1911 aeaelon the law covered this very
" 'Al propositions submit ted In pursu
ance hereof shall be aubmltted In a non
partisan manner and without any Indica
tion or auggestlon on the ballot that
they have been approved or endorsed by
any political party or organization. '
"The act of Itself show that It was
passed with the Ides, that the submission
of any proposition to the people ahould
stand on Its own merits and. that the
voter ahould not be Influenced In any
way by any other thing. It waa passed
with tha Idea that It would relievo the
candidate from having to bother with
any question which the r-opla themselves
were deciding by their vote and was
simply an effort to get results direct from
the people, leaving tha candidates them
selves to stand entirely upon their flt
nesa for tha office they were aspiring to
be elected to.
"While I am not afraid to take a stand
on any of tha questions which may come
up, I feel that any effort to bring these
Issues Into the campaign of any candi
date for office simply kills the effect of
the Initiative and referendum Idea as ex
pressed In the law when It waa passed
and handicaps the voter In his selection
of the men ha would Ilka to vote for. if
tha law was a good law when It was
passed. It la still a good law, and It
Idea ahould be carried out"
By Lack of Cash
(From a Btaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Nov. .-(Special.) Tha un-
; buslnesrllke and penurious action of the
Is evidenced occasionally
tho blennlum la not half
It wss discovered tsst week that two
depirtmenta had drawn warrants for '
about sto.ntiO In advance on a fund that
would have lapsed if thla action had not
been taken. i
The National Ouard has been pretty
badly crippled becauau of the action of
the legislature In holding down the ap
propriation to a less lum than waa given
the guard by th former legislature. Tn
the face of war complications and tha
fact that th national government had I
fr..-A . ,. ..... i. 4t.l
""-'H ntiiu (V Ul nvemiajl t I, II
guard wa fitly recognised. General Hall
had asked for an appropriation covering
the needs of the guard which would en
able It to make itself more effective and
coma tip to the army requirement.
Aviator McMlllen baa been greatly
handlca"pe( hecMe f f '-cV -f t
own hla pww plane and th.ua the guard
has been fortunate In that degree, but
therd haa been little money to pay the
captain for hla efforta to put the Ne
braaka truard on th map. He has made
several flight at county fairs this last
see son and In that way haa been able
to get a little money and get along very
welt H very much desire to make
in aeroplane department of th Ne
braska guard th best In th enuntrv
and would do ao had he funda to do It.
Hla experience In Omaha where he dam
aged hla machine allghtly and the guard
had no funda to enable him to repair It
ao he could fly back to Lincoln, shows
one of the ways In which the state haa
neen setback by th action of the last
High Lino Cut-Off
From Chapman to
Valley Is Selected
HTRO.MSp.VRO, Neb.. Nov. 28 -ffW
elal. On Friday a committee from th
Commercial club at Ilk and one front
the Commercial club at Htronishur made
a drive in automobiles from Polk to
Wahoo for the purpose of selecting a
High Line cut-off to th IJncolii high
way. This cut-off ruin from Chatmn
through Polk, Btromshurg, Vlysses.
Dwlght. Valparaleo. Wisten and Wahoo
and Jolne th Lincoln highway ag-ttln at
Valley, ft glvea a direct route and missel
the sand. It alao runs through the three
or four best counties In the stata and
will not only give a better road, but will
advertise Nebraska to advantage to tour
ists passing through the state. A few
hills were encountered on the route, but
they were nothing In comparison with
the aand. It also cuts off several mile
of the rlUt a nee. The personnel of the
party was: C. II. Unduurg, if. m. Mc
Oaffln of the Polk rrogrras, t O. John
son and H. T. FYasier of Poik, and C. V.
Nelson, R. L. Anderson, secretary ef
the Htromsburg Commercial club; Post
master B. H. Keck and Mir Che tile
Coleman, editor of Ihe Headlight, all of
Took a KetaakMr-. A4le.
"Lat winter my son Clauds hsd a
sever sttsca of . ro'.p. I took a neigh
bor's advir snd procured hot lie of
Chsmherlsln s Couub Retnody. It re.
bevel him promptly." wr is Mrs. T.
i Hrll. Vandergrslt. a oUalnab'e
every here Aavcrrtiaemeni.
THK TTF.K: OMAHA, MOXPAV.
FORD AND PEACE SHIP TO CARRY PACIFICISTS TO
EUROPE Henry Ford, from a picture made at the Hotel
Biltmore on Wednesday last, and the steamship Oscar II,
which he has chartered to carry a delegation of pacificist
to Europe. The ship will sail from New York on De
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PRESIDENT AND HIS
Wilson Party Attracti Almost at
Much Attention as Players
RETUHN TO CAPITAL TODAY
NEW YORK. Nov. 28. President
Wilson and his fiancee, 1r. Norman
Oalt, and a large party of friends and
relatives, came yesterday to attend
the Army-Navy foot ball game. Tbey
attracted almost aa much attention
as tbe players themselves. Despite
the rain, tbey remained until tbe end
of tbe aama and said they enjoyed It.
They will return to Washington Mon
day. During the game the president and
Mrs. Gait and their party first occu
pied a box on tbe Navy side and dur
ing the second half they went over
to the Army stand. They wer Bur-
rounded by West Point rooters at
the end of the contest.
(sta at Theater Party.
After th gamo lh president took
Mis. Oalt to the apartment of Mia
Ucrtruda Gordon, her. friend; walsa Mar
garet Wilson lo Hi hom of friends
of the Wilson family and then went
himself to the horn of Colonel J5. M.
House, where he had dinner. Mra. Gait,
Miss Wilson. Miss Oordon. Mr. and Mrs.
Dudley Field Malone and other friends
were guesta at dinner of John Wllaon,
a cousin of the president's, and Mrs.
Wllaon. Tonight the 'president, Mr.
jslt and other members of the party
were guest of Mr. and Mr. Wilson at
a theater party.
Th president arrived her shortly after
one o'clock on a special train. At th
nation he personally saw to tha placing
yf members of hla party In five auto
mob'les and responded to tha cheering
from a crowd. Colonel and Mr. House
wer there to Welcome th president.
The procession of autos went directly
to the polo -rounds for the foot bell
theerlaa Greets Preside!.
Cheering greeted the chief execu
tive aa ha atapped from hla automo
bile In front of hla bog. Secretary
Daniels, who occupied th next box. wel
comed the president and Mr. Gait to the
Navy aide. During exciting periods dur
ing the game,- the president stood up
and eagerly leaned forward. He contin
ually explained the plays to Mra Uslt.
At the end of th first half, the presi
dent stood up, and accompanied by Mra.
Oalt and th real of tha party, walked
aero th field. A he reached the
Navy aide, th Navy band played the
Star Spangled Banner. Th president Im
mediately stopped and faoed th Navy
atand. Tha entire regiment of cadets
from Annapolis stood at attention and
the president waved his hat to them.
They cheered him until h reached th
center of the field, where th Army
cadet took It up and continued until
he reached hi seat. Secretary Qarrlaon
met him hslf way acres Ih field and
escorted him to hi bos.
J. II. Hlley.
M1TUHKLL. Neb.. Nov. St. 8pla.
J. II. Riley ef Ih firm ef Riley Tyler
died Krlday at hla home northeast of
Mitchell of heart failur after a liugerlng
Ulnaia Mr. hlley waa U year of vi
and had been m business In Mil' hell f-ir
nine year. He rain here from KlrkvUie,
la. Iln leaves widow and four n. alt
of Mtt.hr II.
Hr. I.. H. rela-
MITCtlKLU Neb.. Nov. rs. (Hverlsl I-
Dr. I. It. Cral
Is. .n of ihe bsvt known
M ern K.brrk. id here
I ihvul. lans in w
VYednod.iv no-u of hu;rt fa'lure. Dr.
Craig was 41 yrirs of sge and had been
a resident of Mitchell since 101. He re
ceived hi education In the Ohio Wes
leyan, the Mtarllng Medical college, the
Baltimore College of Physician and Bur
geona and the Loulcvlll Medical college.
He wa a native of Ohio, being the son
of Jttdga T. N. Craig of Waahington Court
House, O. Ha held the position of coro
ner for several terms and at the time of
hla death waa county health officer.
. Fraak KoUrlk.
CRETE, Neb., Nov. 2S.-Speclal.)-Prank
Kolarlk. who had been employed
by the Burlington railroad for thirty
seven year, died Krlday morning of heart
failure. The funeral wa held today.
I. M. AsdrrH.
CRETK, Neb., Nov. 2.-(SpeolBl.lL.
M. Andreas, an old Crete resident, died
of paralysis Thursday night. He leave
a daughter and son.
Depart saent Order.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 7ft rSnefl.l T.i..
gram. Isaac D. Keppart waa aonolnted
postmaster at Norrla, Mellette county.
South Pakota. vice Paul H Putnam .
Civil servlo examination will be held
on January g for postmaxter at Bin-
ham. Dig and Cowl, Neb.
Oeorg A. Loorala of Fort Podge, la.,
haa been appointed a laboratory assist
and In th bureau of standards at iltta
Tn poatomc nepartment haa accepted
the proposal of the Nellgh National bank
to renew lease of present quarters for
the postofflee at Nellgh, Neh.. or a
term of ten years from December 1.
Apartments, flata. House and cottages
can be rented quickly and cheaply by a
Pee "For Rent."
Itnk "tenHnen (1.. 'Ud ttr for
the week ending November ft. reported
to Rrcl'tr. o'm .lourr'sl. ew York
sate t.l,14,rl.0M, aaalnst H.PU.W.niy last
week and $Mtt.T;i.W In this wee't tt
year. Canadlnn clearings aggrega' 11,.
s7... aa against HOM t.9 o tart week and
H40,71,noo In this week last year.
Following, era the returns for this week
witli percentage of change shown this
week as compared with thla weak lasl
CI t lea
Washington, D. C.
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DEMOCRATS ARE j
: IN GREAT HUDDLE
(Lack of Harmony in Party it Crop
ping; Out at Every Turn
in te Road.
BOARD OF CONTROL IN TROUBLE
I Frnni a Staff Cot respondent.)
LIJffOLJf. Neh., Nor. frel
Thatther is harmony In tha democratic
party all democrats are willing to wer,
hut just where it t to be found, they
r unable to point out at this time.
Errry weeSc btings new c5mpllcat'on
and chancea for continued democratic
Job holding are growing beautifully 1.
That disease Is contagious would seem
to be th reason of the conditions which
xist. Starting with tha dlssent'rm in
the cabinet which resulted In the resigna
tion of Mr. Eryan, Nebraska democrat
contracted th disease of d scintent and
a there were few republican In office pVernn,nt has been dictated by with get In he has-he.n" cIbr.. (Jet a bot
to find fault with htey began to pick rMir( to tha same stat of facta" today; If it doe.'n't prove to you that
flaw In their polltl-aj brother. otir hair can be natural colored, and that
PvarvhnHv Is f.mtll.r with tha doa , lp?eta. V' u can he aa youne-looking as you want
Kr)Ooly IB familiar with th con. p .to. your money will he given buck bv
dltlon at th stat house caused by the ( WINNIPEG. Man., Nov. 3. News of I Sherman A McConnell Dnr Cr..'s ftores.
refuaal of State Treasurer Oeorg Hall j th embargo on export of Canadian wheat i -Advertisement.
to pay warrants where no appropriation
had been rrade for their payment. Then
cam th pronunvlamato of Mayor
Charles Bryan of Lincoln a the mouth
piece of hi brother William, that fio
democrat could have the Bryan aap
port unleas he pledged himself tor pro
hibition. This vu a direct shot at the
very democratic vital and ' it
a storm of protest.
That "t -) Po-rer."
Then Mayor Charlie Bryan charged hi
brother commissioner of Lincoln that an
"unaeea power" and tha "pecKl Inter
eat were running th city government
and more trouble cam.
Last week Colonel John O. Maher rdad
the charge through tha local demo
cratic paper that Brother-in-law Tare
Allan esaited th bonding company that
put up th Indemnity bond for tha Lin
coln Qa company In Ita suit In federal
court. At brother-in-law tothe mayor i
wno had been elected to office because '
of hi fight on th ga company, and
also Vnlted States District Attorney
this alleged "unholy thing' on the part
of Mr. Allen wa cona dered by Colonel j
Heher aa being undemocratic and he J
rusnea into print witn an "inquiry- into '
. Allen Become Roaaed.
Thla aroused th Ir of Mr. Allen and
he dema tided through the same paper
some ort of retraction and th nam of i
th writer of th article who had signed
himself an "Interested Clt!sen." Th
paper Jigged back immediately Snd gar
the name of tha warlike Colonel aa th
writer of the arttole. Now the Colonel
come back and admit h wrot It. but
made ni specific charge that Mr. Allen
had profited by the deal on th band,
ard he simply Inquired If Mr. Allen
had a hand In the commission pi.
This has stirred tip some more "hr.
mony" and It Is Intimated that Allen
may sue for damagea. wh!l th Colonel
with th usual fighting spirit which haa
mark Ms (eta on many a bloodless
battlefield, eimply says, ''Let "em come."
. Now com rumors of a recall of thd
mayor and what Is peculiar about It Is
that the noise 1 all made by democrats
who hav formerly been th very strong
est supporters which th Prysns hav
had In th paat, Just how far the thing
will go will depend very largely upon
future act of tha mayor, but the fit
ha teen budded, th political pot la be
ginning te simmer and If a llttl more
Raarei of Car Maddle.
pay haa again twitched to th elate
houae. Charges are mad by a tried and
true democrat In an Omaha democratic
papr under a Lincoln data line thla
morning that th state board ef control,
a majority of whom ara democrat and
all Appointees of the governor, are not
wor..lng In harmony with th governor
and that h haa been entirely Ignored
when It cornea to being consulted regard
ing the running of state Institutions.
It la charged that the success of the
governor's last campaign was du to th
fact that much stress waa laid on th
successful management ef state Institu
tions over which tha governor had gen
eral supervision and th board of con
trol waa supposed to manage.
Now It appear that the board la
Ignoring th governor end ha refused
ef neglected to discipline er remove men
at tliee Institutions whom th gover
nor belive Inefficient. Tha charg Is
mad that It Is well known around th
state heus that "two head of stste
Institution are not going their duty a
they should, hut th board Is standing
for them, lthr through fear of disturb.
Ing them because they acquis In what
hs been shown to b unusual activities
at th Institution in charg of the
two men. Unquestionable proof a to the
m competency of these two heads, from a
TW 7' V
Enjoy tha Southland's balmy climate during this coming
winters-beautiful beaches, groves of palm trees and everything
that makes for a summer in winter in the serowropics.
Tickets on le dailj to April 30th with
rtura lioait of June 1st. 1916
Only 150.68 for the round trip to Jackaonvilla, Fit., 187.11
to Havana, Cuba, with corresponding reductions to other points
in the South and Southeast.
Ls'tWa Stopow PriviUf
Connecting aerrice vi Rock ItUnd line
Automatic Block Signal
Fit AoJgf-n All'Stfl Equipment
Superb Dining Ctr Serrke
humane standpoint, has eome to light,
but the board has not seen fit to make
i any change In affair.
I A thla Information emanate from a
democratic source and Is made openly.
It therefore jroee to gtva evidence that
It is snother case of the "Llttl old
woman who lived In a shoe snd hsd o
many children he didn't know wiat
to do. "
WHEAT AND WILL
DECIDE ON PRICE!
(Continued on Page Two. Column SI)
and not to the holdera of grain in store. 1
While tha holder of grain In store are i
fntltled to fair treatment. It na neen
j thought deetragle not to precipitate mar
I ket eond'tlona at tha expense of the cus
tomer from whom w hopa to obtain
order in the future and who are our
alllc in tha war.
"Tha action taken by th British gov-
mmni ! tmmA entirety on war condi-
on, ,B(J lh fon, 0f the Canadian
crested a ensatlon in gTln exchange and
transportation clrc'.es. General opinion Is
tha order wVl prevent any hipment In
bend or olherw'se of Canadian wheat Into
tha United State either by rail or lake
A meeting vn neia or me winning
Crsln exchango to eoneider whether the
exchange liall open th market for
May Bear Market.
Local rrJn men did aot know tairt
night jut what th effect of th aelgura
would be they ld that It would de
pend largely upon what price n fixed
by th Prltlsh government. Tbey said.
however, that they thought It would have ,
a bearish effect on the local market.
"Great Britain, which realise the 1
enormou crop wo have my he trying to
cheapen our crop," aald one leadlnn '
wheat aperator. "If the government ;
Up In and decide to handle th wheat
crop it cut out in miaai men wno are
alwsy striving to keep up th prlcei. if ,
the British government make the price
law, it will rava a tendency to drive
aown th prlc the frrnr of tha Vnlted
fltatea will receive. .
"Just what th effect will be cannot
foretott? until more detail are avail
able. This wheat must have all been
Intended for export anyhow."
Best Liver and
for Family Use
"Cascarets" regelate women,
men and children without
Take when bilious, headachy,
for colds, bad breath,
Instead of nasty, harsh pills, ' salts,
eastor ell or dangerous calomel, why
don't you keep Cascaret handy in your
home? Cascarets aet oa th liver and
thirty ft of bowsl so gently you don't
realise you have taken a cathartic, but
they act thoroughly and can be d p nded
upon when a good liver and bowel cleans
ing I necessary they move th bile and
polfon from the bowl without griping
and sweeten tbe stomach. Tou eat on
or two at night Ilk candy and you wake
up foaling fine, the headache, bilious
ness, bad breath, coated tongue, sour
stomach, constipation, or bad cold dis
appears. Mothers should give cross,
sick, feverish or bilious children a whole
.Oaaoaret any tlma thy are harmless
and safe for the llttl folka-Advartite.
Wnta, ftaoae call at Reck Maae Trara Burma,
1UJ Famam ttieet, for tkkati, reservati, iblorsaa
tioa. J. 1 MaMAULY, Drrist) raarsc Agew)
bM DgUa 4l2t
RICH. NATURAL COLOR TO
GRAY AMD FADED HAIR
f , wV
to "wish away" tho."" gnv
what vour vour.e-looklnf
frl nd do hr'nn ac ; the nnfrnl color
with Hay's Hnlr Health. F'rove that It s
an easy matter t& get rid -f pray hair
pe rrranently. Not s coul need know It.
b'caus' ih s prenara'ton works jrrndii.
ally and naturally, brlnplnr back th"
ratural color t fa'Jed hnli keptnn
your hair nlof.v and wavy and remov
ing e:i Aanaruir.
THIRD BIG WEEK
O fi t rcrformar.ee Tonight
O 6 51 Spsaks for Itself!
Still Playing to Crowded Houses.
P.W. Griffith's World Sensation,
CO 7 ft -fl Pcopls Saw It the
00,1 U! First Tv.o Weeks!
You Can't Afford
to r.liss It!
A man told ns last night that ha
bad driven ICO miles tu thla
Picture, and that "BY OCX, IT
WAS WORTH IT!"
Mat. Dally, 2:15; Evening, 8:13
Matinees. 25c to $1
Evenings. 50c to 52
Brilliant Musical Burlesque
Twirc n am y a i
I II IUL uniL I '
GOOD WATUB.ED, BO&ET-POJ.OT
And th Ksw
S.aolll Mao ion,
Bert'i n how sllv as tlms tor
VPliu": vsu'rs ine busy I11.1VM. I'm
dallshtrd "1 snure rev ft th siisVs
luto tl' mjiiIv d,lfrnl (ram
laet work's inlfu (and pIwm nwj that
I Sldn't gusrsnt lint bims te rou.)
ii I, JOHNHON. M.r GirMr.
I- aainirs. Suaaar ft Holiday Mass ,
15o, 8 So. 60o and TBo.
ifrr'MATS. 15omd 250'
Ch.w soi If r like, but aa amokln.
LADIES' If). AT AWT WBUI
TICKETS 'WO EAT KATIUXB
waby Sarrlav Oarer la th I.ohbr
vlitTV. - - ffni:.,tmm;4-,i
DJ I U ' 'te-.ilnni.iis, 1 to 11 a. ai.
Today, Tussda? and Wadnosoar,
aoBiai idesob la
tlTSA-SIW TO OMittA-
oag BcortM, I ; wi.n I
, ... X.savs th
MnslosJ MoTlea, ( Worl4 bhbo.
ZTery Satnrdsr. IOiSO te Booa,
oo auaates' raaay wimi iwi
Mihta. I la.
rnher aria: IU Hall
Wakaflald. Vrank Mllte
l)lon bluara: llaa
tiaMr Matlnaa. I H.
fcajijani: 11 a r a a a r
inoj waan- a Billet
van a Hil: Orphi
1 r.Tl wmiij.
maw Maliaaa. sailarr. lev baat au (i
Saisr.ur aa4 Sao.laj. Ur. Nlxtla. Inc. lt. aaa
HIPP Sirs.at. 10c
X-ast Tlmsa Today ' WV
in "BODY AND SOUL"
A Tas Drama of Dual FraaUty.
Bee Want Ad
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