Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, January 11, 1917, Page 7, Image 7
BRINGING UP FATHER AH! ITELLXOO- ( lT N0VI" BE FUL HE ENTLEMAN-t 1 ( HEt - HE , v ( AN' I OPENED THE IT'S MICE To RE I I 10 05 explorer- f- HE HrVS BEEM N STIC - r1 IU. 41VE "WELL-HOW -i COMPLAlNIN' BECAUSE r ICE BOX DOOR AN' SACK IN THIS r1 3ffP Ht irtowc " WPUSteR-iTVOULD .HIM THE DO YOU LIKE THE HOUE. COLD! HE HAO r CHILL! I 1 COOMTf- !LKE g ' ONCEOVER' HIM- V ' NEBRASKA POULTRY i SHOW AT KEARNEY! Prize Chickens Will Be on Exhibition There Begin ning Monday. BEST BIRDS TO BE THERE Kearney, Neb., Jan. 10. (Special.) VVith the arrival here yesterday of a carload of especially constructed exhibition coops which will bouse the 2.500 prize chickens, plans for the thirty-second annual meeting of the Nebraska State Poultry association, which will open in Kearney on next Monday, January 15, are nearing com - pletion. Superintendent Charles E. Coddle of Edgar, Neb., who will have charge of the big, show, will arrive here Thursday morninc and assist the In- cal committee to make whatever final years of age, was the colonel's valet J back at that time and be just carried arrangements are necessary. Super-i and in later years became famous as his audiences by storm." intendent Coddle has been chairman a marksman. "Buck" Taylor is now j Mr. McCune relates that while re of the nonltrv pvnrp rnmmittep nf ! a resident of Philadelphia. Major I turning from England during the the association for a number of years and is considered an expert in the re- ceiving and handling of birds. An office has been fitted up for Secretary A. H. Smith of Lincoln in the Commercial club rooms and that official has stated that he will arrive in town triday morning. VVhile a majority of the entries are i made by mail, there are nevertheless always a number of late additions to the long list and Secretary Smith will take the last of these rriday night. After that time no chickens will be received for entry. The judges for this year's show are I". G. Roberts of Fort Atkinson, Wis.; 1'. O. Hobbs of Monntain Grove, Mo., and J. C. Johnston of Fairland, Ind. These men have a nation-wide repu tation for ability, experience and in tegrity and their decisions will no doubt meet with the unanimous ap proval of the large number of exhi bitors. Richardson County Goes To Commission Basis I-alls City. Neb.. Jan. 10. (Special.) At the fall election Richardson' county voted to change from the township organization of seven mem bers to the commission form with three members. A. W. Loucks was elected to the office of supervisor and was one chosen to remain as a commissioner. The work of choos ing the three was up to County Treas urer George Morris. County Judge John Wiltsc and County Clerk O. O. .Marsh They selected A. W. Loucks, I republican, Falls City, implement I dealer: H. E. Boyd, republican. Hum- no at. res estate ( fa fr: .. 1 J. Anricr democrat. Liberty township, farmer The new commissioners were hardly appointed until they filed their bond and took the oath of ofiicc and the bonds approved by the county judge ini Saturday. The board of supervi sors had adjourned to meet January which was also the day set by law for the new board to meet. Tuesday morning both the old and new board appeared at the court house. One to (heck up the countv treasurer's of fice and the other to begin the work nf looking into the business of Rich ardson county. Farmers' Association at I inrisav Ha finnri YpaP' Linu&dy nab uooa iear Lindsay, Neb., Jan. 10. (Special.) 1 The Farmers' Elevator association ! held its annual meeting here Tuesday. , W illiam Kurtenbacb and Henry I fieierman were re-elected directors, i John Borer was again placed in Lindsay aggregation. Sam Agnew's i selection of a candidate for the post charge as manager at a substantial i visit came unheralded and was short, office at this place was. held Tuesday, increase in bis salary. l:nder his ef- or the Lindsay fans would have done j The weather was fine and the roads hfient management the association this last year did $286,000 worth of business and was practically closed j flown for business in their big month m' December for the want of cars. I The manager reported that he was ! unable to buy corn now for the want 'f cars and he says the needed re lief seems very slow in coming. Be--ides declaring the usual cash divi dend the board of directors reported iliat the new $8,000 elevator was com pleted the last "year without levying on assessment or selling more stock. 1 1 was decided to place on the mar ket another 290 shares at $25 each, which would bring their paid in capi ;al to the capital stock of $25,000. County Job for Teacher. Madison, Neb., Jan. 10. (Special.) -County Treasurer J. B. Dufphey ha;, tendered the appointment of dep uty treasurer to A. H. StcfTen. teacher of the German Lutheran parochial chool of Norfolk, and Mr. Stcffen lias accepted the appointment. How ever, he will not actively take up his duties until March 1. During the in terval W. M. Darlington, retiring treasurer, will assist Mr. Dufphey. Induce! Sleep. 'taW Or. Bell's Plne-Tar-Honn)- fi hacking night rough; It Htopa ihe and you nlwp. 26c. All druRplMp. Omaha Scene of First Wild West Show Given by Buffalo Bill Colonel Cody was always closely identified with Omaha. He was almost i t i . i. a mnrh at hnnip nore at; hp was tn North Platte, or in any other part of j idea of traveling with special cars and the great west. Many of his oldest I having a regular organization of work and most intimate friends were I men had not yet been tried out. We r. . r i j.;. i went around the country until 1887, Omahans. Omaha was close to his ! . m . . . . ' I when the colonel took the outfit over heart. to Europe. I was with the show and In 1883, when the colonel con-! 1 just want to tell you wc received ceived the idea oi taking a wild west show on the road, he brought his out- iit to Omaha for the first public per formance. 1 he exhibition was given at the old fair grounds in the north part of the city. He brought from North Platte a herd of buffalo, elk and 1 xcn. a Dead wood stage coach and a 'lot of Sioux and Pawnee Indians. He was joined by Dr. Carver and A. H. ! Bogardus. champion marksmen, and ! "Buck" Taylor, known as king of the cowboys. Johnny Baker, then 13 j Burke was associated with the colonel i j for many years. During the first visit of the Buffalo Bill show here William (Billy) Mc Cune joined the Codv forces and re mained with the show for more than thirty years. He started in as tent boss and later had charge of the ln- dians which were engaged each sea- i son. j "1 remember quite well my first meeting with Colonel Cody," related Billy McCune. "At the time I was a policeman here, receiving $90 a month. Major Burke recommended i me to the colonel who said he would give me $110 a month and expenses and he said I would be able to see the country. After the Omaha engage ment we made up a train of railroad cars in the yards and started out. 1 was in doubt at the time whether the show would be a success. It was hard ' Hartington Fair Association Increases Its Directorate Hartington. Neb., Jan. 10. (Spe cial.; l ne nartingron driving anu j Fair association Monday evening ; vntpH to amend the rnnstilntion so that there will be a directorate of six (Pror 4 8ta respondent.) hereafter instead of five. The fol- Lincoln. Jan. 10 (Special.) Ed lowing directors were then elected: j ward P. Roggen of Omaha, formerly P. C. Dclier, Fred Mecklenberg, L. D. secretary of state of Nebraska is one Greenwood. A. J. Lammers. J. M. j ot the employes of the bouse of repre Lammers and W. H. Burnev. The ! ntatives at this legislative session, ncsnriMinn h.is rerf-ntlv taken out a ! occupying the position of bill docket new charter and is in a prosperous condition. r- n..: nn rrlCnu DUbllltJ IVIdl nicciicc I IVP Tftnir.Q! rricnd. Neb., Jan. IU. (Special.) , At the business men's noon-day lunch-! ; con l ucsnay me mauer oi cmpioyiiiK j a coach for the high school basket ball team, the car shortage, and a reception for the Fourth Nebraska : infantry baud, when the boys are ' mustered out of the service and re ' turn to Friend, were taken up and j discussed. The proper committees - to look alter these matters were ap I pointed. Catcher Sam Agnew Visits Lindsay Brother Lindsav. Neb., Jan. 10. (Special.) ! Sam Agnew, catcher ol the cham- Boston Red SoXi was jn town yesterday and today visiting with his brother, Marshall ho makes his home here, who himself puts up dur ing the summer a pretty stiff article of ball behind the bat for the strong a little more than give him the glad hand. Center Point Santa OI rv f D UiatlS UieS 01 BUMS McCook. Neb.. Jan. 10. (Special.) The closing incident in the Christ mas Santa Clans burning accident at a school house a few miles north of Center Point, Frontier countv. was enacted at Indianola, this county, Monday morning when Patrick Hag heney was buried. Mr. Haghency's clothes caught fire from a candle at the Christmas exercise at which he was playing the patron saint. Before the flames could be extinguished, Jie was fatally burned. Golden Weddine at Falls Citv. i Falls Citv Neb Tan 10 (SoeciaM -Mr and ' Mrf Chr M He ser rcle. brated their M irth wedd nanniver Trv it the home in Falls ' n sary at the home ,n i alls Uty on Sunday evening A wedding dinner was a special feature, about which members of the family gathered with a few friends of the parents. Those present were Mr and Mrs. John Hei- wf T"0" ,': r,aml Mrs. Will Heiser and three children, l Mr. and Mrs. Uiarles Heiser andjyoii come to understand this, the I letters on the subject. There is no daughter, Mr and Mrs. Will Hahn, i quicker you will get it out of your charge for the medical advice Ad sr.; Mr. and Mrs W ill Hahn, jr.. and system. S. S. S., which has been in ( dress Swift Specific Company 40 children, Mr. and Mrs. C. Birmeley j constant use for over fifty years, will I Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga ' THE REE: OMAHA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 11. 1917. -:- ssi -:- I work in those days, because we had to 'k' different raihoad cars at nearly ! every stop and hire tiev men to help ... . ... . .... with th lifaw urnrlf nf the hnw The ovation aiter ovation in the old world We gave a special performance on the awn cti mirk ineiiain na arr. ( Mieen Victoria. J'rince and 1 rinccss ot Wales, William (iladslone, the shall of Persia, Chauncey M. Depew, Thomas A. Edison and many other notables made personal visits to the colonel's tent while wc were in England. It was a real triumph for the colonel and a wonderful experience for myself and other members of the show. The colonel was a dashing figure on horse spring of 1888 Colonel Cody's favorite j horse, "Charley." died at sea. During the colonel's visit in France, Rosa Bonhcur, famous painter of horses, painted the great American scout astride Charley. In her studio were Iwn naintitio-s shp rhprisliH nne 1 x: i i i i. i snowing iiauuicuii un nuicuta mi ,, K , la(o, ,hnon Wodona powers the Other of Colonel Cody on his I of eontraet of married woman. favorite mount. Charley was buried i it. H. 19. imroe. .lohnson Any rity of see. a . r t It I n. ond elasa or vlllaire may eontraet for llKht off the coast of Newfoundland. Ihe , or lK)wer RaI(1 nutBi(IO ,.l)rpora. ,ims. animal was wrapped in an American j n. r. 20. Hwanson. riH Reciprocal de flag and there was a touch of genuine murrage bin $1 10 a day. i .1 ,. l i-,,,-! H. R. 21, .laenbsen, hawson Kxempts sadness in the scene when Colonel ,.,.,, pm in1nurm from iurv R(.rVice. Cody witnessed the body of his pet horse committed to the ocean's depths In a scrap book owned by Mr. Mc Cune is an account of a visit of Grand Duke Alexis of Russia to Omaha in 1873. The duke went on a buffalo hunt with Colonel Cody, who knew every nook and corner of the great west. I and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Will ' a : 1 :t :u n i musiinaii ami mumy wmi icv. anu Mrs. J. J. Hoffman. Ed Roggen Will Docket New Bills in House clerk in the chief clerk's office I in the old days, when he served two J terms as secretary of state and twelve vcars as deputy in the same office. Mr. Roggen was a republican, but for scv- eral years past he has been a demo jjlc OUse committee on employes VAA enKaged Miss Lindblad as a ste- nographcr for all the house members to write their personal letters. She will have her desk in the legislative reference bureau. She will do no work 1 on hills, as that will be looked alter 1 by the regular force in the bureau. Others who have been added to the house payroll are; M. O. WorraJl, Whoo. eerl( In charge of printed hilla; T. R. Hutchinson, Kearney, proofreader ; Mrs. Slock dl Saline county, stenographer in reference hureau, who will he employed later In tin- fngroKing and en rolling room; MIshps Mi-nson and Csnhfii. utenographerK in refern11 hureau ; W. II. , 1 !).' ker. Hd It county, night WMtchman ; H. I W. Knnwli's. 'U.stodian of gallery. I'. A. trwford. hinroit.. . ustodian r chief rjerk'. II. Moss jukI Kd round Ml leu, jariitota. Emil H. Mack Elected Postmaster at Petersburg Petersburg, Neb,. Jan. 10. (Spe- cial.) The postnffice primary for the good and a large vote turned out There were 458 votes cast. There was almost as much excitement as there is at the state elections in No- vember and each candidate had his men hard at work all day. The vote for the candidates stood as follows: i Kmil H. Mack, 222; John B. Cameron, i 155: George Probst, 81. The winning candidate has been a , You Need not Suffer from Catarrh It Out Rid of Yo"r Wood to Utt Kid of It Permanently. ... Vou have probably been ,n the habit f apply,n CXtCrn,al treatments, try- ,nBJto n,re Catarrh You have used washes and ,otions d possibIy been temporarily relieved, Hut after a short tlimc had an other attack and wondprcd why, You must realize that catarrh is an infec, tjon Qf the blood and to get permanent relief the catarrh infection must be driven out of thr hlnr.d Th nnirlr.r resident of this vicinity for a "'- her of years and is a clerk i one of imc .urn. siurrs. i mc umif iiys t salary of $100 a month with an allow- I ancc for clerk hire. i Bills Introduced H. R. 1. Illehmand. Douglas Provide for new capltol build Inn and romml.-islon to agree on dnnign, etc. H. R. S, Norton. Pol Provides for call of constitutional convention. M. R. 3, Hownrd, rougla-rMtnlmum wave bill. v ' II. K. 4 Minimum wage for municipal employpi. H. 11 ft. Howard. Oouglaa Right -hour day for females laborer. H. It. 6. Norton, Pollf Create a state ef ficiency survev I'ommlMlDii. h. it. 7. Moffmeister. chase Requires i ri,lin" iiiipNir ( ,un!U " nmi unupcd rim ht -of-way. Kxempt Inter urban. H. R. R. Naylor. Pawes County bond Is sues for grading and Improving public rondu It. H. . Anornon. Royd Provided for sate of state school lamia. H. R. 10, Kadke and Fleetwood Non partisan election of stale and county school superintendent. II. U. 11, Radke and Fleetwood Fixes mrlhod for determining county population for netting salaried of counly official. 11. R. 12, Raton. Fleetwood und Rndke changes haift of whool fund apportionment. H. R. ill, Krtea. Howard--Fish license bill, no charge to residents of county for county fishing. . R. 14, Frlea and MrAlllMer Const It u tionnt amendment, creating state water V'VseV! rli-Cin works. Maintains laud ' district, unrveya at county expense Instead of rotul 16, Thoman am) Wallc AmhorlfoH the ntHtp crfm-atlnniil land ami fund board to exrhanK. srhool landn for forest rpHi-rvo, II. H. 17. Thomaa aod Walt. Provide for establishment of forest areas by eounllea. .elllea and village.-.. Hates. "heyenne Stale athletic commission hill a la dene Malady. H. R. 23. OIHk. Valley Nonpartisan elec tion of state and county m-hool superintend ents. R. 24. Real. Keith Judicial reappor- tlonment making Blight changes in weM and district. ii. r. 25, Richmond, riongiaa Provides L.neoindy "d WrkJ' 0f Abr"h"m ' n. r. 26. Moeiy, Lanranter Right-of- way now1" granted to light companies for towe.ni aj well as pole: H. R. 21, Radke and Fleetwood Creates a department of Plate police, for prohibition enforcement. H. R. 2H, Reinhlck, Richardson Appro priates $20,000 for legialaiive expense. H. R. 29. Relshick. !lichardnon Appro priates $10S.ftOO for legislative salaries. H. n. .10, Oltls. Valley Provides for In vestment of permanent school funds In Fed eral Land bank bonds. H. R. 31, Ollta, Valley Authorizes trust companies to inveet funds in Federal Land bank bonds. II. R. Zi, Shannon. Douglas Kor taxation purposes railroad right-of-way shall include only strip of Und 100 feet on each side of center of main track. H. R. .1.1. Shannon, Douglas Provides semi-monthly pay day for railroad em ployes Burglars' Brotherhood Will Defend De Weese Sail Uke City, Utah, Jan. 10. Howard Dc Weese, in jail here fac ing trial for the alleged murder of his wife in a local rooming house September 2 last, has informed Co lice Chief I. Perlev White that funds f."r h'f defense will be furnished by a u,b,,-7 ".V"-" says ne is a incniuer. nc sum main tains he was engaged in a diamond burglary when his wife was slain. Difference A battery is not a piece of machinery. It is a chemical device, that's why it needs the occasional attention of a battery expert. Come and see us. Free Battery Inspection Delco-Exide Service Station Zn? Farnam SL Onaba, Na. Phana Douflai 3897. drive the catarrhal poisons out of your blood, purifywK and strencthenimr it. so it will carry vigor and health to the mucous membranes on its journeys through your body and nature will soon restore you to health. You will , relieved of the dropping of mucous in your throat, sores in i.os rHs bad brea(n hawkm' andpit tn,s All reputable druggisN carry S. S. S. in stock and we recommend you give it a trial immediately The chief medical adviser of the ( nmr,,n ;ti un(.,tu. n Elusive Exide Batteries Drawn for DI1DT TP UUADTWPQ AW rUDLllj llMluMUlJ UN LEAK SUSPENDED on tinned from Pag One-.) receive such information?" "Absolutely no member had any ad vance information." Boiling said he had no knowledge of any official of the government or administration who hau profited by stock transactions as a result of the peace note and was excused after a brief examination. W. A. Crawford, bead of the local bureau of Central News of America, which supplies news to Financial America, a Wall street paper, read a confidential message he said he sent to his New York office December JO, saying that a note was coining, but that, according to Secretary Lansing, it was not a peace note nor a move for mediation. "There was absolutely no leak in our service nor from anv of its clients," said he. ' Representative Harrison said he had examined the Central News tapes for December 20 and found nothing indi cating that the confidence of Secre tary Lansing had been violated. He read from the ticker report of that day several references to Lloyd George's speech in Parliament and its effect on the market. "I have found absolutely nothing in the ticker," said Representative Har rison, "to intimate anything about Secretary Lansing's conference with newspaper men of that date. Accord ing to this tickci report it was the Lloyd George speech which affected the market that day." Crawford Reads Statement. Crawford read a statement declar ing that Central News was not the only news service with financial pa pers among its clients and he thought . jt fajr sincc jt had been "singled Otlt" 1 , , , , , in the inquiry that this be known. 7 he ! International News service, he said. j he was "reliably informed," served the ; ow Jones Company and that TllC Associated lJress served the New York Journal of Commerce. "You don't think any of them vio lated Secretary Lansing's confidence, do you?" asked Representative Ben nett of New York. "Oh, no," Crawford replied. "Neither The United Press nor The Associated Press is connected with any ticker service, is it?" Representa tive Harrison continued. "No," Crawford answered. Representative Henry brought out that Central News had the privilege . of a representative on the floor of the house of representatives. i Representative Chiperfield asked i A Nervous Wreck At Doctor says Nuxated Iron is greatest of all strength builders Often increases the strength and endurance of delicate, nervous folks 200 per cent in two weeks' time. i NKW YORK, N, Y. Not long kro a man c&me tn me who ! was nearly naif s century olU and anked mc tn Rive him a preliminary examination tor life in nu ran re. I wax oHtoninhed j to find him with the blood prenmire of a boy of HO and an full I of visor, vim and vitality tin a young man; in fart a young i man be really wan, notwithstanding hia aue. The secret, he Maid, wan taking iron nuxated iron had filled him with re , newed life. At 30 he was in bad health: at 46 he wart oare- worn and nearly aJI in. Now at 50 after taking nuxated iron J a miracle of vitality and hin face beaming with the buoy i ancy of youth. Ait I have said a hundred limen over iron i the greatest of all strength builders. If people would only throw away patent medicines and nauneouH concwtionn and take simple nuxated Iron. I am convinced that the livK of thounanda of person might be aaved, who now die every year from pneumonia, grippe, consumption, kidney, liver nml heart trouble, etc. The real and true cauae which Htarted their di eajtcfl wan nothing more or lean than a weakened condition brought on by lark of iron in the blood. Iron in aliHolutely neeeasarv to enable your blood to change food into living tisnue. Without it, no matter how much or what you eat, your food merely paaaea through you without doing you any good. You don't get the strength out of jt and an a eonseoiirnrc you become weak, pale and aickly looking, junt like a plant trying to grow in a wil deficient in iron. If you are not trong or well you owe it to yournelf to make the following teal: Set bow long you can work or how far you can walk wilhout be coming tired. Next take two five-grain tablet of ordinary nuxated iron three time per day after menln for two weekn. Then tt your atrength again and nee for yournelf how much you have gained. I have Keen dosena of piTnorm, run-down people who were ailing all the while, double their Htrength and endurance and entirely get Hd of all ymptoms of ilymiepHia, liver and other trouble in from ten to fourteen days' lime simply hy taking iron in the proper form. And thin after they had In Home cane been doctoring for monthn, without obtain ing any benefit- Rut don't take the old form of reduced Iron, acetate or tincture nf iron simply to aave a few cento. You mnnt take iron in a form that can easily be ahnorhed and assimilated, like nuxated iron, if you want it to do you any good, otherwise it may prove worse than uselens. Many an athlete or prizefighter has won the day simply herau.se he knew the secret of great strength and endurance and filled his blood with Iron before he went into the affray, while many another has gone down to inglorious defeat dimply for the Jack of iron. K. SAUKR. M. D. NOTE Nuxated Iron, recommended above by Dr. Sauer, i not a patent medicine nor secret remedy, but one which i well known to druggints and whose iron conntituentn are widely prescribed hy eminent physicians everywhere. Unlike the older inorganic iron products, it is eanily assimilated, doea not injure the teeth, make them black, irr iipnet the stomach, on the contrary, it in the most potent remedy in neany an lorms oi indigestion, an well bh for nervoun, run down conditions. The manufacturers have such gr-rit confi dence in Nuxated iron that they offer to forfeit ? 1 00.00 to any charitable institution if they cannot take nny man or woman under 60 who lacks iron and increase their strength 200 per cent or over in four weeks' time, provided they have The Bee by George McManus Crawford if his linn in New York maintained a wireless station for the purpose of getting information. Craw ford said there was a wireless station, but that he did not know to what extent it was used. Archibald Jamieson. also of Central News, told of the conference in Secre tary Lansing's office on the morning of December 20 with newspaper men at which they were informed that a note would be ready at 5 p. in. for release in morning papers. Jamieson said he telephoned liis office, includ ing in his message the statement t hat the president and Secretary Lansing were anxious that the matter be held in strict confidence because they wished no leak to get out that might affect the stock market. "On what did nt base that state ment regarding the injunction against a leak to the .;toek market?" asked Representative Harrison. "My impression is that Secretary Lansing said that," said Jamieson. "Of course 1 have no transcript of the conversation." Representative Lenroot questioned the witness at length to show that Secretary Lansing himself had testi fied he did not have the stock market in mind at all when he talked to the newspaper men on that morning. Representative Henry asked Jamie son if he knew whether his confiden tial message regarding the nole was so kept by his employer in New York. Jamieson said he had been so in formed. How Note Was Printed. Cornelius Ford, the public printer, testified that he obtained his first in formation regarding the note from the newspapers and did not Jtnow when it was being printed in the gov ernment plant. W. J. McKvoy, as sistant superintendent of work at the plant, described every step taken in FREE PANTS Juit to keep our tailor buiy, w ar giving an extrs pair of $7 panta ab solutely free with every luit (C. 4 P.) tailored to your meamre at Open Saturday Evening! $15 Oar Window We put honest, pure wool fabrics, fine durable tailortnc into our clothes, and don't forget tiiia It'i th kind of style, quality and value that costs $26 to $30 elsewhere. Comar 15th and Harney SU. (f)unde 46 A Miracle of Strength And Vitality At 50-Taking Iron t the printing of the note anil said he was certain there was no leak in the government olice. William S. Oilin of the Interna tional News Service testified that his service on December 20 sent no dis patches regarding the note except an announcement to the New York office after 4 o'clock in the afternoon that note was coming for morning re lease and a similar confidential an nouncement to editors. O. W. Harron, head of Dow Jones & Co., was directed by formal sub poena to bring papers and records of his office for Wednesday, Decem ber .'0. Episcopal Mission at McCook. McCook, Neb., Jan. 10. (.Special.) K'ev. William Shaw, dean of the Al liance dcancrv, will open a mission in .McCook, January 22, at 8 o'clock. He will be assisted by Kcv. H. J. Johnson, local rector. IArrow HitCOLLARS arc curve cut to fit the. slwuldcrsp:rfrctly Ctucttfcabody &Cb:!nc.mrs j Perry Lock j ! Steering Wheel ! I a positive I a positive Theft Insurance I I No two locks have keys alike. Front wheels are wild ) when car is locked. I Ask us about it now. Phone I Douglas 3217. Auto Device Sales Co. I 894 Brandeis Bldg. Omaha, Neb. Did It Mr tn H i n sen.iu oriranii- trouble. Tliey aiao offer to refund your money if it doea not at leant double your strength and en durance in ten daya' time. It ia diapenaed in this city by Sher man a McConnell DruH Stores and all other drugaiats.