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THE NOHTn PLATTE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE.
WOMEN! USE "Q1AM0N0 DYES" Oyo Old Skirts, Dresset, Waists, Coats, Stocking, OMperlei Everything. TCitrli pncknRO of "Dlitnonil Dyes" oiiiitiiinM uasy directions for dyeing any iirndn of wool, Milk. 'Otfon, linen, or mixed goods. IhiWJtv! I'oor ilye nM'i'iiIch, ftpo.ts, tnilm, iitul mini miite rf :l hy Rlvlntf It u "dyed-look." Huy "Oliiiooud Dyes" only. Drupclst w iolur (Jiird. -Adv. Rents for $10,000,000. Tn million dollars In rent from one iiilldiriK will bo received ly dipt. iT'diri Jucol) Antor during the nuxt "0 j"iuh, under the ternm of it Ichhc (tinned up Inst week In Now York city. U'ho property Is the Hotel Attor nnd w(' Itrondwny hetwefii Forty-fourth pud Korty-llflh HtreelH The hloek Is 1mh of the old Htlen pituto, which iiriKunilly sold for $!H.)00 t . Catarrhal Deafness Cannot De Cured Ur local applications, im they oatihot r 'ft- li tho diseased portion of tlio car, ( it irrlml Dea(noui) re'iulres constltu ' iii.il treatment. ItAMS CATAIUMI rtwOlciNK Is a constitutional remedy, c aUrrhot Deafness In ctniBtnt by (in In I' imwl rendition of tho mucous lining ot fc.URtttcb,lun Tube. Whn this tube Is lillameri you havo a rtirnbllnir found or iafifrfect hcnrlnt,', and when It Is entire i i.-Bi(1, Deafness Is the result Unless n- Inllammntlon can ha reduced, your Ji trine: mnv he detrnrd forever. PA.r.ra CATAKim MfCOiriNIS nrts r iroiKli tho blood on th. murous sur f'i m nt tho system, thus reducing the In- 'atninatlon and reswrtnu normal conui- '"Irmlars free. All DruKcrlsts. P J Cheney & Co., Toledo. Ohio, Notice a la Dutch. Iho t'eiuiHy vatifa Dutch hnvo their iwii way of kii.vIiis things and jri'tier oily (hey iniiniiKu to moke their menu Inj; olear, nlthoiiRh sorotltnes In un ntivenlloniil liiii(ruiiK. ' Iver the hell on the front door of n )i niMf In n llttlo town near (Jottyjabui y vvih ulllxed n card rending: Mutton doe'sn't hell. Imp." ni 'rlcan Lesion Weekly. If yon use Ited Cross Bull Blue In y iur laundry, you will not be troubled hy thoso tiny rust spots, often caused by Inferior bluing. Try It and sec. Only Cheap Thing Left. The II, C. of Living hud been (lis "iHMtd nnd the family fett ns though It h 'hooved them to watch the comers. The xiniill dutighter thought every ngiit nooe too often to tnlcu In n movie, hut mother iuslsted that con hi 'Oit going added Rrently to expense. t snipper Mnrgnret remarked: "Noth ing doing In the movie line tonight, dud , lot's take a wulk, that's the only thing that's cheap." Ifor rt disordered liver, Like Gorficld Tea, tho (Tcrlxlaxntivo. All dnipti;lits. Adv. Praise Where Due. Tho good old mlnlstor naturally wished to speak of all who had par ticipated In the benefit concert, and, happily, could pralsu the efforts of most of tho volunteer performers with alucerliy and truth. "And Miss Illghtry?" sonio ono united, "Did she sing well?" Tho od gentleman bxvdtnted, then mulled benmlngly. "Miss Illghtry's Intentions were ex client splendid most to be' nil nilredl" he declared enUiuslnHtlcally. Sure (Relief 72 INDICESTOW & Bell-ans Hot water Sure Relief RE LL-ANS itaPFOR INDIGESTION For Mothers Kansas City, Kana. After mother hood I became weak and nervous, was r u n downtoBuch an cxtont that I could hardly walk. I ached and; pained a 1 1 over. I was, plainly speaking, a co nip let wrock when a relative advised mo fr til If n rr Plorce's Favorite Presorlptlou. This I did and hi losa tbua a month I was ' well woman, Have beeu strong and healthy oyer since," MRS. ANNA TIMMEIUIAN, 1102 S. 14th SU Sold by all druggists; made with out alcohol into liquid and tablets. MAN'S BEST AGE A man Is as old as hia organs ; ho cm bo as vigorous and healthy at 70 as at 35 if he aids his organs in performing their functions. Keep yuur vital organs healthy, with GOLD MEDAL Tim world's standard remedy for kidney, llvnr, bladder and uric avid troubles Ktiicn 1696 corrects disorders; stimulates vital organs. All druggists, three sizes. tdtkit. tor th mo Cold Mtdal on rr boa ftud accept tut imitation mm ALLIES SOLID FOR CANCELLATION Want United States to See it Must Compel Germany To Pay Obligations TUXES ON ASSETS OF CAPITAL Collection of Income Taxes oh Proflti Prom Sale of Capital Assets to -i Continue 'Till Constitution ality Is Settled. Paris. Great Britain's movo for it mutual ciincclhitlon of war debts was niiido after full consultation with ,lier allies, and Is the first step In n con certed allied plan to compel the United Stales to see that the payment of war debts Is dependent upon (lerinan rep. illation, riirthermore, It now" seems Hear that the V2 per cent export tux, adopted hy the Paris conference, Is Intended, as u warning to America of the sort of repi-Nnls the allies can adopt If the United States malntiilnH nn attitude of aloofness, indeed, It Is well recognized In allied circles that the proposed tiipc would operate heav- Hy to the dlsadvnnlage of the United States. The proposal to cancel war debts was made In the mime of Great Brit- III largely because she Is in a position o show that sho would lose nioro than she would gain under such mi nr- angenient. Prance, however, Is not In he mime position and the French gov ernment was unwilling to appear la the capacity of u beggar. Senator Borah Predicts War. Washington, D. ( War between the United States and either Japan or treat Britain within the next few years If competitive navy building con tinues was predicted by Senator Borah f Idaho during u heated debate on tho disarmament question in the sen ate. The debate followed hard upon tho receipt of news that the Japanese bad received overwhelmingly n meas ure providing that Japan enter Into negotiations with tho United States nil Grent Britain for a Joint agree ment on curtailment of nnviu building. TAXES ON CAPITAL ASSETS. Collection Will Continue Pending De- clsion of 8upreme Court. Washington, D. C, Collection of In- conic taxes on profits realized from the sale of capital assets will continue, Internal Itovenuo Commissioner Wil liams announces, until the constitu tionality of that provision of tho law lias been determined by tho supremo courr, iioiwidisuinuiiig me recent ue- Islon to tho contrury by a Connecti cut court In which was known as the Brewster case. "Tho sumo question," the commis sioner declared, "Is involved In tho Eldorado and Itycrson cases, which were argued In tho supreme court some weeks ago. A decision in these cases undoubtedly will settle tho general question. In view of the severe pen alties provided by law for false or fraudulent Income tax returns, tax-. payers aro warned not to omit from their returns, for tho year 1020 such gains and profits." Say Atrocities Stories Overdrawn. Washington, D. C. Stories about al leged atrocities committed by French oluntal troops In the occupied area In icrmnny, "originate In Berlin and ap pear largely in anti-French prop aganda," Secretary Colby said, In u let terHo Senator Spencer, republican, Missouri, Tho senator mnde tho letter public, with the explanation that It answered "many Inquiries nnd protests" received about alleged misconduct of tho French troops. Farmers Oppose Repeat of Tax. Cleveland, 0. Farmers of the coun try will oppose any attempt to repeal excess profit and Incolne taxes. J. It. Howard, Chicago, president of tho American Farm Bureau federation said farmers of the corn belt region, including Ohio, Indiana and Missouri, were ready to donate 00,000,000 bush els of corn to starving people of China and Europe, llnllroad brotherhoods, ho said, havo volunteered to seo that tho grain was delivered to tho sea board. Qas Overcomes 22 at Church. Council Bluffs, lit. Eighteen chll dron, one man und three women wero overcome by uas durlni: tho Siindnv scnooi services at the First Baptist cliurch here. Sunday inornlne at 10:1B. The deadly gas was declared to bo odorless carbon monoxide generated in the exhaust Hue of the uas lumti which was wurmlm: the water In tho baptistry for the Immersion of three of tne children. All were taken to theli homes after tlrst ulil hud been admin Istered. Washington, D. C After developing Bouie high spots In tho case of drover C. Bergdoll, the house military com mltteo decided to ask congress for nuttioiity to tlntl out how the rich draft dodger escaped from a military guaru ami went to Germany, the conn try ho had refused to tight. The com tnlttoo so voted after hearing DIs- trlct Attorney C. 1). McAvory ot Phi! ndelphln, who declared there was no evidence to Justify tho charge that anybody coiuujcti'd with the war de partmonl had been corrupted with Bergdolrs money. LEGISLATIVE HEWS The Nebraska somite by unanimous voto lias granted Lieutenant Governor Barrows, presiding ollicer, a two-weeks Jcavo of absence to allow blih to tnke no ofllclal trip us commnndcr-ru-chlcf of tho National Sons of Veterans. Ho will visit seventeen clips In the enst nnd attend twenty-one meetings. lie will share honors with either President-elect Harding or Vice President elect Coolldge as speakers at the an mini Philadelphia Lincoln day pro gram. Governor McKetvIo has signed Tien nte Hies 80, 81 and 8J, relating to child welfare Independent Investiga tion If minors are Involved, In divorce cases where default Is entered; mak ing It felony to conceal or harbor u child under 30; and making It unlaw ful to cruelly treat or abandon u child under 10. Tho house declares In favor of tho bill requiring the governor, when fill ing a vacancy In the United States Motility or hous- of representatives, or In tho stutu legislature, to appoint one whoso political alllllHtlons are the same as those of his predecessor. A bill Introduced In the houso by JteproKontatlve McLollun allows own ers of tubercular cattle killed by order of state authorities up to !$'jr per head for grade animals mid $f0 for puro ored, exclusive of federal compensa tion. Personnl liability of state ofllcers. who are heap's of departments, for de ilclencles Incurred within their re spective Jurisdictions may be Imposed by the Nebraska legislators as a need ed check upon some olliclal activities. Although women enjoy suffrage rights, they are not to sit upon grand and petit Juries In Nebraska, tho mem bers of the lower house having bus-, talped the majority report submitted by the Judiciary committee. The question of whether or not orientals aro likely to become a men ace In Nebraska, Is covered by the Davis bill, which would deprive aliens Ineligible o citizenship of ownlni: Ne braska land. A bill sotting uslde November 11, Armlstlco day, as a legal holiday, pass ed the committee of the whole In the lower house. This makes ten statu tory holidays In Nebraska, In addition to any special day designated. The house committee on revenue and taxation turned In a favorable fecoin- inendatlon on Itopresentutlve Miner's 1)111 providing- for real estate assess ments every two Instead of four yours. An antl-clgnret bill by Anderson of Hamilton provides for the repeal of tho present Inw nnd tacks u fine from $50 to $100 upoil anyone manufactur ing, selling, or giving away clgarets. Men convicted of lissault nnd sen tenced to tho state penitentiary will be barred from parole under a bill passed In the lower house by almost unanimous majority. Dr. George A. Young, of Syracuse, has been appointed u member of tho Mate board of veterinary examiners by Governor McKclvlc. Ills tt"n will be for threo years. Tho stnto legislature hns been re quested by Governor McKelvIo to make appropriations for running the state government the next two years of ?20,8-I5,i:07, Tho Nebraska American Legion hns refused to Indorse a hill recently Intro duced In the state legislature provid ing a cash bonus for ex-service, men. A bill Introduced by Velser of Doug las, asks for repeal of the workmen's compensation law. No provision Is made for u substitute. A bill, Introduced by Johnson and Nerval, provides that all loaves of bread shall ho of uniform weight "un Jess otherwise marked." The houso committee on miscel laneous subjects voted to report for Indefinite postponement the Legion's boxing bill. The lower house passed Smith's pound for pound bread bill by a vote of 815 to n. A state Industrial commission with rmntilote control of all Industries Is provided for In u bill by Epperson of Clay. Tho boat would bo composed of threo members appointed by the governor and continued iy tne senate When the tlmo limit for tiling bills In tho senato was reached a total ot !M0 bills had been Introduced to that body. With the (117 bills introduced In the bouse it Is evident that a lot of hard work Is to be done before ad Journnient of tho fortieth Nebraska legislature. Attention of the eglslature will bo called to the fact that twelve stat utes passed in lillO aro Identical to laws embodied In tho civil ntlmlnlstra tlvo code. It Is likely that a commit' tee on correlation will be named to re peal tho duplicated laws. Hverv member of tho house took a hand In the Introduction of bills ut this session ot tho legislature, usually there are u few solons who put In no measures of their own, but not ono missed out on getting n bill In this time. Amebkm LEGION (Copy Ut niia Utimrunnt auppltrd bjr th American !.lnn nw nrvict. I WELL KNOWN IN HOME STATE James T. Duane, Commander of Massa. chusetts Department, Known to Many of His Buddies. Tames T. Dunne, commander of Hie MiiNsnchusetts department of the American Legion, Is perhaps better known to the Le gionnaires In his state than an oth er Legion olliclal. He Is said to have met more than ft), poo former service men anil women during the time he wns head of the military division of the Massachusetts state treasury de partment, which had charge of the distribution of the state bonus. When Mr. Duane sailed for France with the Twenty-sixth division, he wns a private; when he returned to Ameri ca after participation In almost every major offensive of the wnr, he was the captain in command of the compnny with which he went overseas as a private. He had also served as a bat talion commander for u time during tho Argonne-Meuse drive. Mr. Duane hns been a retail sales man In Massachusetts and New York, a member of the theatrical profession nnd assistant manager for an electric and gns company. During his career us a state official, he was In charge of the disbursement ot $20,000,000 In gratuities to veterans of the war. AS a member of the state welfare and post activities and state executive committees of tho Massachusetts de partment of the Legion, Mr. Duane wns Instrumental In blocking the pro posed transfer of ex-service mental patients to the old State Insane asylum nt Worcester, Mass., nnd In the es tablishment of a permanent staff of teachers In the vnrlous Public Health Service hospitals. RULES IN SOUTH CAROLINA G. Howard Mahon, Jr., Elevated to Department Commander of Legion in Home State. Although G. Howard Mahon, Jr., of Greenville, S. C, commander ot the South Carolina de partment of the American Legion, wns severely jvounded In action, spent long mouths In French, English and American hos pitals nnd was dis charged with dis ability, he has tak en a prominent part in the organ ization of tho Legion and In civic affnlrs of his state. Mr. Mahon Is now president of the Young Men's Business - lengue ot Greenville. Following his discharge from tho hospltnl, which did not occur until April n, 1020, he wns elected commander of his home-town post and later department commander of the Legion. Having nttended the "Citadel" mili tary school, Mr. Mahon developed nn Interest In mllltnry affairs at an early age. Ho wns In command of the First battalion, 118th Infantry from the tlmo It wns organized until he was wounded when the Thlrtloth division routed the Bodies nt Belllcourt. TO HOLD CORDIAL RELATIONS Legion Representatives In Attendance at Recent Formation of Inter.AI lied Veterans' Association. American Legion representatives took nn active part in the formation of tho Inter-Allled Veternns association In Paris recently. The association Is composed of delegates from the Union Nntlonnle ties Combnttants of France, tho Comrades of tho Great War of Great Britain, the Federation Nation nle des Combnttants of Belgium, tho Assoclnzono Natlonulo Combattentl of Italy. Druzlnn ot Czechoslovakia and tho American Legion. Tho primary purpose of the organi zation Is to preserve the cordial rela tions between the nntlons associated In the war on the allied sh'e. As ono mentis of accomplishing this it Is pro posed that the membership card of euch society shall be recognized by the so cieties In all tho uatlons represented In the association. Tho delegates who attended the Paris conference have boon Instructed to report back to their respective or ganizations the details ot tho amalga mation. Tnrls was merely the starting point, from which veternns ot the World wnr may fonn their own League of Nations. Tho committee which represented tho American Leglou nt the Paris con ference Included Cabot Ward and Ar thur W. Kipling of Paris Post No. 1 ; Norman C. Coster, department adju tant of France; E. Sadler and II. A. Coleman of London post; Edmund L. Gros, George A. Dunnglu and K. J. Sollgmau. TIMELY HINTS BY SETLIFFE Illinois State AdjuUnt Offers Eleven Commandments Which He Has Found Useful. Eleven commandments In "reverse English" have been found useful by William Q. Setllffe, frtate adjutant of the American Legion In Illinois, In building up the Legion's program for that state. They are as follows: 1. Don't nttend meetings If It rnlns. You might got your feet wet, nnd you uro not In the physical condition you wero nt the cantonments, or nt Brest. 2. Don't think of going If It is n warm, moonlight night. There are lots of other things you could do thnt sort of a night. F'r Instnnct Oh, roll your own Idea. .'I. If you should attend n meeting, find fault with everything that's go ing on. If your ofllcers nre showing pep, demand to know In open meeting what political offices they Intend run ning for. 4. Never accept an office In the pot. Moit otllces have duties connected with them, and It Is much easier to criticize the way the other fellow Is trying to handle the Job. fi. Get sore nt the orgnnlzatloo If you are not appointed on a committee. (I. It you are nppolnted, don t both er about attending the committee meetings. They often are a bore. 7. During discussion of a motion keep still. After It has passed, tell some one why they should have voted It down. 8. Forgot to pay your dues. Tho post can get nlong awhile longer with out your contribution. 1). Don't try to get new members. George will do It. 10. Don't tlo any work on post af fairs, or any more than Is absolutely necessary. When other members roll up their sleeves and give unselfishly or ther time nnd ability to help things along, get up on your hind legs and howl Hint the post Is being run by a clique. 11. Kemember, you owe no duty or obligation to a sick or disabled buddy youi own personnl comfort comes first. DOCTOR IS DEPT. COMMANDER Ira L. Parsons, M. D., Is Leader of the Mississippi Department of the American Legion. Dr. Ira L. Parsons, commander of the Ml-'lppl department of the American Legion, was one of the thousands of phy slclans who left lucrative prac tices to enter the military service during the World war. Howevor, his case is excep tional In that he wns 41 years old at the outbreak of the war. l.llK'dlll county, Miss., Dr Parsons was educnted In the public nnd high schools of his native state, Mississippi college nnd Tulane univer sity. Since graduation he has been engaged In the practice of medicine at Brookhaven, Miss. During the border troubles, Dr. Par sons served ns tlrst lieutenant and cap tain, respectively, In tho Mississippi Nntlonal Guard. Later he was pro moted to major and placed In charge of Field Hospital ir3. He went over seas In command of the Seventh corps field hospltnl and served with that unit until December, 1918, when he was placed In command- of Collecting hos pital, Seventh corps at Wltllch, tier many. Dr. Parsons wns a member of the executive committee and was elect ed state commander of the Mississippi department of the Legion In 1020. PIECE FROM ENEMY'S LINES Captured German 77 Now Adorns the Public Square In Marshfleld, Wisconsin. It's a harmless piece of Junk now, but It formerly spoke with considerable degree of authority. This captured Germnn 77 Is now pernpinently retired, on the public square In Mnrshlleld. Wis. It waB placed there, by members of William Adorns Marshfleld (Wis.) Public Square. J. Lcsselyoung post with appropriate ceremonies. During tho festivities It wns noticenblo that Argonne veterans shied away from the business end of the gun. Cared for Many Orphans. Sixty-two French war orphnns were cared for during the period of one year by the adoption fund raised by the American Legion. The total amount contributed by Legion posts In many parts of the country nut! In dlvltluals for 1020 was $1,030. JiOl'll in Back .Given Out 1 There's surely some reason for that lame, achy back. Likely it's your kid neys. A cold or strain ofttlmcs congests the kidneys and slows them up. i'hat may be tho reason for that nagging backache, thoeo sharp pains, that tired, worn-out feeling. You may have head aches and dizzy spells, too, with annoy ing bladder irregularity, Use Doan i Kidney PWt, They have helped thou sands. Ask your neighbor! A Nebraska Caso E. D. Clark, CIS Firth St, Aurora, Nebr., says: "I had a sovero attack ot kidney complaint, ns my kidneys had boon weakened by hard work. I got so lame In the mus cles ot my back and across my hips I was unable to do anything. A friend advised me to take Doan's Kidney Pills and I cot some. Less than two boxes cured me or the uttack." Cat Dotn's at Any Store, 60c Bos DOAN'S "iSES? FOSTER -M1U3URM CO., BUFFALO, N. Y. HuyFairy Sodas packed in tin Jtb keep the dointytrerhnessm I FAIRY SODA I TZi-kl DlCPIII-riT" 11 tn tn j. uimwrwuwunAuii-unAiw As Tasty and Fresh As the Day They were Baked That's the way you iret Fairy Soda Crack- em when you buy them In returnable cant. Packed while ctlll warm from the ovens. these crackers retain their flavor and crisp- nets until used. Returnable cans are moisture proof, dust proof. Insect proof, odor proof. nuvlriK In full cans is economical and satisfactory always. Ask Your Grocer tor I-TCN'S FAIRY SODA and be sure you en the genuine. LUCKY STRIKE cigarette. Flavor is sealed in by toasting Vaseline Reg U& PsLOfC CAR BO LATE D PETROLEUM JELLY Adcan,counfer irritant for scratches, cuts, etc Healing refuse suBsnnrrEs CHESEBROUGHMFGCQ (CONSOLIDATED) State Street Newark Cuticura Talcum is Fragrant and Very Healthful Soap 25c, Ointment 25 and 50c, Talcum 25c. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM RcrooTrftO&narntT-atopfill&lrraltloi Beauty to Gray and Faded JUty ! eoc. &ndt00atl)rninrlsts. tnnnot viirnu t us. r atcnogu. n. y HINDERCORNS TtemoTPS Onrnt, Cl oust, ete.. imps all tain, eniurvs comfuri to th Stf- 'tl'.7 Jso.tr rant or at Urea- (Kta. UUeox Cbwaloal Works, I'aUliopw, H.X. 6 Dividends For Information and circulars write, OCClDENTAt. BLDC. & LOAN ASSN. 3tt S. 18u Street. Omthi, Neb, PATENTS ffite . V, 7T ,) U Advice and book free, Bates reasonable. Ulsbest references. Uestserrlcea. Alfalfa 110. Bwet clover 17. Corn 12. Tim. othy II. J. MULHALL, Blout City, Iowa. W. N. U., OMAHA, NO. 0-1921. Vjoastedj