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W. C. T. U. DEPARTMENT
Mr. J. J. Vance. Press Supt
Just a Little
Yes. but it made
Not long ago I nttonded n niisloiiRr
coeventkHii While at dinner "he
omvontlon was IMM at a country
church and lunch was raerved on the
icroundsi a fine looking woman see
ing my white ribbon, touched It. and
turning friend aW. "Mr. H
oik asked me why I didn't wear
thf white ribbon, as troMI are to
fond of ifbbotW, mid I told him that
When I Joined thf church I joint il a
toiniwrimco si iot When who fin -fulled
snewklng ' "anted to retort,
but instead. I menially taw myself
a simre look in the faee and stood
Just a wif mite straighter
Toll inc. if you please, isn't every
chnrch supposed to lie n missonnr,
NiK'.ty" Yot there wan that dear
jrood woman a delegate from I ho
Woman's I'orelgn Missionary Socii i
ol !.'! church attending and tnklim
part In a missionary convention. If
her rhurrh is a missionary i hutvh
ami tin1 church that Is not is as
dead as tho provei bia.l door nail I
why doe she think it necessary to
ti me a member of a missionary
iracieiy? Simply because she wauls
to emphasize tho fnet that mls.fiuis
is a work which she firmly lieliei es
lo bo of permanent importun- JtHri
ho It is with iwr temperance work.
1 believe that every church is or
ought to he a temperance society;
ye.t I know that int einpcrunce is
mirely sapping America's manhood of
spiritual force and inllty; and be
lieving this to bo true it behooves
me to take a vory decided ataml
against this mieiuttous liquor truffle.
nct give oniphasis To my views by
uniting with a temperance orgauia
tion. and working with liaOOOOUer
;iblo zeal to throttle, this monster
evil which menaces our fair world
The most Herculean, the most far
reac bing and lovellpst iff all temper
ance organUntlonis. is tho Woman's
'hiit4an Temperaii'o I'nlon, and I
hnll wear tlhe white HHbo-ii as long
a life lasts, fcr I love our ein'blent.
beautiful In its simplicity, saying to
very troubled heart in the whole
world,"Krlend, 1 want to help you."
W . -ar it till Mattel Aye, and ever
sifter, for ere I reach Hint sleflji
from which there is no waking, I
whall hove given Instruct Ions "for the
White ribbon to be pinned In its ac
customed place s i that even in
death we do not i art Sue t'hapman
in ljiluiptta White Kiblnin
ur citiviriloli houl I il.1 ilt'fru f
lb! ral:ed States, nn-d especially ell
pontic inoii, discontinue entirely Hie
HM of It. they would n M only pro
noli 1 1 1 . r own personal benefit, ll'lf
he ,c d of the i null' ri and of til
world .lames Madison, John jjiln
Adams. 'Andrew Jacks n, .Martin Van
Huren. John Tyler, JAOK i K I'olk.
Zarhary Taylor, Millard Klllni ire.
Kr.uiklin I'lerce. Jill Buchanan.
Abraham 1incoln "
Secretary o! interior Upheld in
Religious Garb Case.
Speaking of the c4d saying that
n man who squeezes a dollar neirr
MMMM his wife, an MakMfP says,
"After glancing over our subscrip
tion list vt have i oncliided tlftri
4ln-r are a gtunl in an J married wo
men in this coinniuni.y who nre not
gettink the nt ten tion the deserT."
Who Discovered Blond
Eskimos In the North.
PRIVILEGE 0ENIE0 IN FUTURi
About People and Happenings
Nearby Townj and Country
that Will Interest
CULLEC FOR BUSY READERS
The aviation part of tlio Sheridan
county fair was brought I i a .sudd a
finish the first day. The machine
was whpi'ri out, the aviator took
his seat and the engine startpd. 1
When about fcrty foot from t ho j
ground a hole in the air was struck.!
according to the ptateniml of Vvint-
or Thornwall Andrew. He ;i:tptnpt-i
e.il to land, when a fen re was rtruek.
the machine deutolir'heti and the av
iator injured, but not MftOtMhr,
The Carden rounty fair
held m Oshkosh. October
The Morrill coun:y tn'.r at Dridge
pcrt has ben post pan d frcin Sop
t.einbi i . l'."i and 2i bO October I.
'2 ami ::.
The tasi part of Sect is Uluff coun
ty had a m-nre about the horse dis
i i " that ha- made such havoc- !n
Other paris of :he country. Tht c,;in
ty comiiiission.'rs s u' a veterinarian
c-.:t to invi itckf a'e and he founJ tint
:nr?e horses had di d. bm not iroin
the dread disease. One had ilied of
old aue, HkOthw had died from being
DO poor OOMtMIOn and the other hid
b i ! by :hi jwntr.
Revocation of Order Barring Church
Insignia From Government Schools
Approved by President Fills Obli
gation to Present Teachers.
Washington. Sept. 23. 8erreary
Plabor'a a.tioa lpst January In revok-i
ing the onler of former Indian Com
Tiiissioner v'a' mino, liarring reliaious
HArb or IjMltati from government In
ilhin cboota, VII upheld h !res;dent
'i a it in an onler Just made public.
The decision of the president Is
that toacheis now employed In Indian
noola may continue to wear the garb
ol their religious orders; but the priv
ilege is den! 'd to any persons li re
aftei eiiterin: the aenrleo. This rul
ing wi'l liable the goM'iinnent to nil
fi'l its obligations, the president says,
to the teach, rs who were taken into
the government si rvloe When religious j
NrhOOil W TC tak'T over hoilily as gov-,
Th" pr,s'll""'s niling Is the final
ctep ir. n eonirovorsy that has enga: d
the inlTl ir department with reHgiOtta
botttea more Mian year. Commls-1
tlpner VnJentine'a order would have:
prohibited nny teachers from wearing
I'digions gnr'i in the Indian schools
after the T.d ot the last school year.
President Tali's order, and a letter;
from Bee rotary fiaber to Mr. vaiQn- j
tine which aCCOfltPanlea It, lay stress
on the fact that Cotnaalaeiooer Valetf
tin- iss'ied h's ruling without consult
ing the aOCretaf) or president: and
while tne entire aUblOCt w-as under In- j
vest iga ion Mr. Fisher's revocation
of th" order row is made final.
. Secretary FtahOT! formal letter
Btatea fiat the government had long
left the education to religions mis-
' a-d that when it finally i
IHI. ty American IYcsb Association.
Fifteen Reasons Why One Man
Votes for Prohibition
Because I believe In sobriety, tem
pi i . iin e i.m! go mI n eminent
Because intemppraiice unileriuiiies
lie ory foundations f cttl so i'ty
Because traffic In that whic h de-
' ps men of their reason and In
cites Wiem to crime, ought not to
ha tre'tpl as a legitimate or honor
nble Une of business.
Because a traffk' whicdi Is so ilatt
gerooa and deadly in its nature and
tendeneles as to require constant pol
ic g ami heavy llvenslng In order
io prOTeal It from over running and
ruining socdety outrlisht, cannot he
a -ood traffic.
BOfMtM prohibitory and n il laws
ah made to prevent and pnuiali
orhnit' aid the liuiior traffic Is onn
of the arnalad Dromotera of ertme. I Wnda
Co.. tha stain ir leirnllze. therefore, hem
i. . u tn aumk :ii i i os s - on rnoses. wise
JO IWI . v - " - -
Because the liquor traffic is one or
tne greatest inc cut lies to rteo, l"
niorallty and deeds of violence.
Because the liquor traffic can
thrive only upon wasted money,
irraeked manhood and rulnpd honips.
Because the sighs and sorrows of
oroteeu-hearted wives mil neglected
children, caused by drink, ippeal to
ana for help-
Because the liquor tr flic tends
to pauperize those who ;u ist !t in st
and gives no adeinuile , turns lor
tan money paid into t,
Becans.. alcehol Is a pQleOB, and
the traffic in alcoholic beveragi s
. 'kens men physically, mentally
an I morally, unfits tiiem for life
iiiaiiions and parenthood, and is
Me of the greatest causes of In
sanity. Because the liquor traffic fills our
courts with criminal caaet, our Jails
..: prisons with convicts, our In. spit
als and infirmaries wiili pat'ui s, our,
orvlianages with hc.niolcss children,
ind our in-ianp asylums with Inmatei
thus iuijMislng a heavy burdtu upc:n
lex-HUse the llqu:r traffic toads o
pr luc-e an indigent class, aV) un m
P toyed cda and an i.api n Ipleil
class the greatest fut-s to forlaty
and free haatltatiooa,
because where pr i biii'. n litis
bct-n tried, nid allcwrd to proh'.btt,
it .ias ito-sened riaie, rclljvtJ suf
fering, dried tears, bright .r..'J In ni s,
niytled jails, increased prosperity,
promoted peace and bai ti a "o! est- ag
in every ia sue
Berau: no a on wah tier known
to per ah bee::; a K stood for ti u-p-ran
while . 1 ib' nations of n
(iquity v, it down tarn intemperance
and i6 atieux orlla.
Because, las ly, I love my wita, my:
!i Idr.'a. my iu hturs, my cou.atry
; :i 1 my lod; :uid I do n. wish c
s- my bORaOi m.v c hililien's lu m-.
my neighbors' homes, my boaaja Ian 1.
nor the world Ood' home for man
rained tliru the wi hcriiii. blignt
lug influ ! is of drink W . A. t'ol-1
coi l, in st. ixui.s Ohrfcthaa AWo
A Remarkable Temperance Document
The folluuiu: is taken from : he
issue of the Western Christ lull Ad-o-atp
datnl August IS, 1841, HsO
sii-uatur. - w re secured by Hon. Kd-
anard C. Detavaa of South BaUacoa,
New York: ,
'Being satisfied fnun observation
and experience, as well as from uied
teal testimony, that ardent spirits as
a drink, is not only needless, but
hurtful; and that tiie entir- disuse
ol it would tend to promote Hie;
h-,.Uh, i. virtui and happiness of
the community, we hereby axoraa
There Is at least one
fangl In Sheridan county
c-,f Alii; :; e. as
(Olio wiili Hem
will be M-en by the
from lit Friday's
Itushville Stun lard: ".Inks A. San
dot was up from the rlvrr Monday
and had ;i load of t'in W'y rat tame
plums which lie w ass el lit; g at $1.00
ptr bu.-hed. He told us that he ra;s
I I nearly 700 bus. e ls of plums an
his place this year and had supplied
his neighborhood with this frui't. As
to apples he has a p-n'y, there br
Hm fifteen varletis grown OQ 1 1 i s
pla. nd lie pi., h ' ; 1 1 1 i cr: p, in
Ctudhll crab appb a' 800 h isln-ls
t . yi tr He stitld he has ales a'
ntee lot of at m and otb r kinds at.
I'ru!t, and if there is anybody si
pi -simistlc as to doubt Sheridan
county as being capable of raising all
hetan a systematic handling of the ad-!
icattorni proMettl It took over manv
of the n-llgiotis '-'hools
pt ' The transfers thus have often neon
effect' d hV the ajOVmttneOt'a renting
dnionuiintlnnnl schools and tnhit'g
over the whole plant and teachers as
e!l." aaid r,ro.-iil in Taft.
"It anpe.at s Mint BUI of 2,000 tench
ers in the Indian Reboots there are
fifty -one who wear a nligions garii
and wdio nre regntartf cla'slflc-d tin m
lers of the Kovernemnt civil aervfee.
To dirct theM to give up their re
ligious garh WOtlld necessarily cans'
their leaving the service because of
their vows nader which they have as
sumed the g.arh.''
Secretary Kisher holds there Is no
legal prohibit ion against the employ
ment of government teachers who
Wear religious dr ss; and that opinion
Is Indorted by the president. It Is
nolnted out that sectarian religions in
struction ? pot given In any of the
si hools und"r eminent control.
TO PROBE MILKTKUST
Federal Investigation Follow Chargt
of Combin-j by Chicago Dealers.
Chicago, Sept. 23. United States
o'llctals prepared to make a thOTOUgl
investigation of charges made by
farmera ami ahtppera thai the price ol
milk in Chicago is controlled by r
COtoblnatlOII in violation of the Bhct
it beeatne bnowa that (Jolted
Slates Attorney General Wiolcershai
has sanctioned the proposed lOveatl
galioi's and it is probable that wit
Beaaea will he summoned to appeal
before a federal grand jury when ::
meets Oct. 7.
One point to be considered is w
the farmer receives only M'.j cents n
quart for his milk, while the BOBSOtaei
Is required to pay 8 cents a quart li
Operations of the Illinois Milk Deal
ers' naaocintlon will. It is said, be an
othe: object of careful scrutiny by
agenti of tin- govern ntent.
KILLS WIFE. CHILD AND SELF
lav l.t es
LONG DISTANCE RUN
A number of
school boys will
In a long distant
September L'S, if
the Alliance High
compete for prizes
I run next Saturday,
the weather is fav
orable. The stare and
at the First Naticnal
The distance to be
fcur and one-half mill1
Kveryone is invited to
in I finish, and follow
in autos if possible. Tin
take place at 8:84 p.m.
floiah will be
run is ah or
see the start
tlie rutin If!
3.000.000 ACRES TO BE SOLD
Mrs. J. F. Daniels, of
Sip, Ky., mites: "I was
so sick for 3 or 4 years,
I had to hire my work
done, most of the time.
I had given up hope. When
1 began to take Cardui, I
knew, right away, it was
helping me. Now, I am
better than ever before in
my life, and Cardui did it"
U. S. Will Auction Off Choctaw
Chickasaw Land This Fall.
McAlester, Okla Sept. 23
I'nited States government si;on
hegta the sale of nearly 8,000,009 acres
Of land belonging to the Choctaw and
Olckasaw nations. The sale will be
by public auction to the highest bidder,
rind will torn millions of dollars into
the treasury of tVese tribes tor per
capita di- imtion. It Ts beiieved all
th" lands vill have been sold by .lun
S i of next ypar. This will dispose of !
all the surplus realty of these tVo
The rut to go on the market are'
known as the UOnllOtl d land- and em i
brace about 800,000 acres. This salt
will begin within the next two months.
Then will come the 148,000 acres rep
r '-seating the surface of the segregat
ed coal and aaphalt lands, and later
the pine and hardwOOd timber lands
amounting to nearly 1,600,1 acres
which were reserved from allotment
tnat the Indians might iveeive theii
per capita alUtre cd' the value of the
CITY WILL RUN -JAG FARM"
New York Buy 1100 Acres on Which
to Reform Drinkers.
New York. Sept 8. The site ol
New York's "jag farm" has been se
lect.'d Karly next month the munb I
pal authorities will take title to 1,100
acres of land in Orange county.
Archltorts' plans for the Holding?
olso have been prepared, and the work
oi onst ruction rill he raahed to per
rut or the no '!! . :c of the "Farm for
laebrUtee" In tin apting.
Missouri Farmer Fails to Effect Recon
ciliation and Commences Killing.
Webb City. Mo., Sept. 23. William
Laden berg, a miner, shot and killed
his former wife, Mrs. Ollie Triplett
and his fix -year-old daughter, and
turning the revolver upon himself, in
flict.'d a wound from which he died.
Mrs. Triplet! had separated Iron:
her second husband and Ladeitber
had gone to her home in an effort tc
effect s reconciliation. Failing, b
Ared a bullet into the head of his
daughter and aa Mrs. Triplett raahed
toward him. hilled her.
After attempting to end his owr
life Ladenberg walked a block. To an
officer, who had boon attracted by th
firing, he calmly described how be had
killed Mrs. Triplett and his daughter
Then he collapsed.
LADY SHOW YOU SOME LAYER
237 Eggs In Ten Months Record ol
Hen in Missouri Contest.
St. IxJuis. Sept 23 ''Lfldy Show
ion," a two-year old White Plymouth
Rock ben from Millersville. 111., Il liv
bog up to her name in the national eg
laving contest at the Missouri statt
poultry experiment station at Moun
tain (inic She leads egg prodm er
numbering 610, repreaehttng thirty
nine varieties from twenty-five states
aitd Canada Her rec ord for ten mouth.
Is 'JUT eggs. Her nearest compctitoi
is a Barred Plymouth Rock hen, w hich
has produced 21 il egg! In that time.
Orozco's Father Taunted.
El Paso, Sept. 23. "Viva OrOSCO,'
cried derlalve federal sympathizers at
the railroad station when Colonel Pas
oual Orozro, foinier military chief ol
Juarea and father of the leader of th
Mexican revolution, arrived from
Marin, Tex., h andc uffed to a smuggb r
In custody of a United States mar
thai. "The i evolution will triumph.'
retorted the aged Orozco to the crowd
of hooting Mextraaa who followed bin.
to the county Jail.
Is the Immigrant a Peril?
By CHARLES STELZLE
CHE "peril of the immigrant" l a fantasy of the Imagination. We are
aometlmes overawed by the fact that the natives of other lands are
coming to us In such large minibers, but It is Interesting to note that
the percentage of foreign born living In the Dotted States at any one time ha
not materially changed since 18!0 PettOWtOg are some figures: In 1S10 the
(lerecnt.-ige of foreigners In the L'nlfec! Stales was g.l per cent: In 18"'), 14.4
per cent: In 1SS0, tSJ per cent; In 1S00. 4J er cent: In IftOO, 13.7 per cent;
In 1010. H.7 per cent. The constant pgftlOgtage. therelore. Is about 14. It la
slgninennt that during some years more than half as many immigrants re
turned to the fatherland as came to AgaOricM The latiOr market In America
determines the numlior of foreigners that rome and K'. so that Immigration
Is In a constant slate of flux. The foreigner, therefore, Dot only takes care
of himself by returning to his native land w hen. he can lire more cheaply
during a period of business depression. Inn be relieves the labor market of n
congestion which might result In gTeal harm Id the American worker. It has
aOtOetlanea hOOg declared with considerable feeling that the Immigrant COBMI
here merely fur the purpose of making w hat is to him a small fortune and then
SOURCES OF IMMIGRATION.
shows proportion from Germany, Great BritainslrelandScaridanaWa
showsproportion from Austria -Hungary, Italy, Russia
300. 0 )
Ztz: lines s yw rum tvr tjf i 's per year
Si, atiht mcs 5howtixi-i R)r the w lotclpcr od. 'J I
- t . . I I . - - .
111 - - l - - ' ' .
The Woman's Tonic
Cardui has helped thous
ands of weak, tired, worn
out women, back to health.
It has a gentle, tonic ac
tion on the womanly sys
tem. It goes to the cause
of the trouble. It helps, it
helps quickly, surely, safe
ly. It has helped others.
Why not you? It will
Try it Get a bottle today!
D'.ss Worse Thgfl Disease.
I .os Angel, s. Sci . 18. Ualajg the
l.os Angeles fashion ahOW for his t' xt,
Pr. Allied .lores, a clist ingiisl. l nerve
specialist of London, maile the asser
tion that "ilrc.ss is causing the ruinu
tion of more lives in American thun
malignant disease. "
Frank Murphy's Estate $2 367,197.
New York, Sep.t The appiais i
Ifjarl of the estate of the late Frank
Murphy -jt Omaha was glad with
the surrogate and shows that Mr
Mm i by c ft property in N w Tork
valmd at g'.i7."" This inelcd .- I
oral par.1 Is of valuable real estate.
Tlie total estate in Nebraska Is $J
retnrnlng to bis own country, remnliilng there to spend this BMNley. Bat In
the lirst ptaee be has honestly earned whatever be takes with bini ami has left
more than Its equivalent, and he has a right to do with it as he pleases
But what aliiuit the peril of the immigrant'.' Is there none? Yes. hut
usually the American Is responsible for It The nverage foreigner will make
n good citizen f the Americnu will show him bow. The "'peril" Is in the
American A foreigner not yet naturalized wrote to friends la the father
land: "America is great couutry. They not only allow you to vote, but they
pay you for voting." Who was responsible for this situation? It is the
caiiflVea of the foreigner who are our greatest peril, nnd they have received
their training in this country. The criminal classes are largely augmented
from among these children of respectable, hardworking foreigners. Any
movement which seeks to help these children should be heartily supported.
After nil. It resolves Itself Into a question of uelghborliness. How would you
like to be a "problem 7"
"MRS. TOMMY ATKINS"
(With No Apologies to Kipling.)
I went Into a church last night as meek as meek could be;
And lo. the preacher rose and aimed his sermon straight ar MK!
And while he railed at womankind I smiled beneath my fan:
I'm . s;,j,i I, "Wa may be DMBADPUL, but we're good enough for MAN."
Oh, it's Woman this and Woman that, and "Woman is to blame!"
(Remember, back in Kden, shim Adam said the same!! .
It's "Woman's clothes and 'Woman's ways!" "Her hat-s. her hee'.s,
It's "Woman, Woman, WOMAN I " -And I'm tired of the talk!
It's "The Woman with tlie Serpent's Tongue," when poets wield the flail,
Or "The female of the Species," tar more deadly than the male!
It's "The Hoble-skirted Horror," luring men to sin and debt.
It's the vain and wily "Vampire" or "Th Strong-armed Suffragette!"
PahOVl It's Woman this and Woman that! "The Woman tempted
Hut it s, "Oli. forgive me. ANfiKL!" when they're waking from a
It's the "mannish modern woman," or the "silly, frilly" one;
Hut it's "(Joel bless home and MOTHER!" when they want their rook
It's the "sneaking, peeking woman," never known to work or think;
It's the "nagging, ragging woman," driving patient men to drink;
It's the "rumbling, gambling woman." spending all her husband's cash;
It's he "ghoulish, clubbisb woman, " letting hubby live on hash.
Oh, it's Woman this and Woman that, and "Lord, I didn't do it!
"Behold, tlie Woman lured me on!" or olse, "She drove me to it!"
It's Woman here ami Woman there, Man's burden all thru life!
Hut when they get a toe-ache, it's "Oh, where's my little wife!"
Now, we aren't all plaster angels, and it's lucky that we're not.
As long as we must live with MHN (a rather earthly lot i !
We may have cur faults and foibles, but if all your taunts were true.
Well, don't you think we still should be quite good enough for YOU?
Oh, it's Woman this and Woman that, and "Iet's reform her quick."
Hut it's "Ministering ANCKI." when they're down nnd out and sick.
It's Woman here and Woman there, and "Ware the sir -n s snare."
Hut if Man gets into Heaven, 'twill be Woman gat him there!
oc"a? aia ONI Ik HA
r m n m me m m
V I j Al fa V f ar I L
Kalians Victors: Lose
lion" 3e; t 88 -Another r. n hour
li'ittie, remitting in the Italian occupn-
linn ol the oa-is of Zeii7eur. is report
ad to the italiaa war OSes b) general
llogni. The tallaa losses are glv.'Il
as 2un men killed and wound d.
Sbep Cying of Mysterious Cisease
Sioux Falls. 8 !).. Sept 83 -Sneep-
mea oi Gregory county ar greatly
alarmed by the death of muii of their
sheep, the . uis.' appearing. be u
Weed Of m.Vstel " :s . r -f ' t - I, whlcil
the aheap devour.
T. R. Ceil! Wilson Another Buchanan
Tonekn. Sent. 83 ' Mr. Wilson
the Buchanan of the present Industrial
situation in the United) States " Colo
B"l RflftoeTOH thus summed up hi
opinion of the Democratic nandjldatc'i
position and policies. He charged
that Dover ar Wilson bad "dineetly in
v.-rt d the truth "
Brilors and Russians to Divide Persia
Indon. Sept 23 The practical dl
vision of Herala between Great Hrit
aiu ami fousia appears almost assured
as a re.-ult of the t onferences which
BerglHJ Sazon iff. the Russian foreign
minister, haj had with British states
ran m w
make arrangameaK to are ao
or ruoie of to luaiaiBceal
Autsmobll FlOral Parade.
Tuesday afternoon. Oct. uu
Clactrlcal Pa tad a,
Wednesday nifbt, Oct. tad.
Dedication Pat ada,
Tnurtday af terauon. Oct 3rd.
i : . i oiarhi, Oct. 4th.
CHEYENNE FRONTIER DAY
Will be brought bere so everyone ean
see tbe grnaleat Wild West
snow in tue world, u . ,
Hi onuboa Rough ltidera- In
diaos. Cam and th
ral CMynn aho. Kvery
afternoon froiu Seit. is to Oct 5. IncluaiT.
Iu ad lit ion to all this there will be tho
STREET CARNIVAL FOR TEN DATS
A BIO Timi-l'oi KrerytHXly-A OOOO TIME
Parade and Performances Daily
HON'T FORGETOMAHA COME
laat. 28 t Oct. a, lata